Personal Well-being Index (PWI)
Survivors of torture experience numerous psychosocial stressors that threaten individual well-being as they rebuild their lives in their new homes. The Personal Well-being Index (PWI) is an assessment for documenting, evaluating, and addressing the holistic needs of torture survivors.
The PWI shows six areas of need and four levels of need (in crisis, vulnerable, stable, and safe).
Client-reported Outcome Measures
Client Service Data: City Heights and El Cajon Residents
- In the past 5 years, 53% of client services have been provided to 312 clients from City Heights and El Cajon
- In the first 6 months of FY2017, 49% of client services were provided to 76 clients from City Heights and El Cajon