Outcomes – 2017 Report

Growth and Direction

Rainbow has grown from a small provider of residential rehabilitation services to a much larger and more sophisticated network of programs.  Recent network diversification and program development includes:
  • Many new and diverse community employment opportunities for clients.
  • Expanded residential services which includes opening a new center in Southfield.
  • Expansion of day treatment services in Farmington Hills and Flint.
  • Enhanced mental health, substance misuse and behavioral programming.

For more information on Rainbow’s outcomes, please contact the Admissions Department.

  • Satisfaction
  • 97%
  • 97% of customers would
    recommend Rainbow to others
    Customers include referral
    sources such as:

  • Family Members
    Case Managers
    Insurance Companies
  • Persons Served
  • 600
  • Nearly 600 clients served by Rainbow each year

  • 12+ Average hours of clinical treatment per week
  • 47 Average age of adult clients
  • 77% Acquired brain injury involvement
  • 9% Spinal cord injury involvement
  • 32% Orthopedic injury involvement
  • Employees
  • 800
  • Over 800 employees work throughout the Rainbow system

  • 125 Therapists
  • 100+ Employees are Certified Brain Injury Specialists (CBIS)
  • Employees are Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainers (CBIST)
  • Places
  • 48
  • 48 locations in
    Southeast Michigan

  • 5 Treatment centers in Genesee, Oakland, and Washtenaw Counties
  • 2 Vocational centers in Oakland and Washtenaw Counties
  • 41 Residences
  • Rainbow U Courses
  • 100+
  • Therapeutic day treatment with real choice for clients.

    Over 100 courses are offered each year, including electives such as:

    Pet Therapy
    Book Club
    Express Yourself
    Problems and Solutions
    Cooking Skills

  • Vocational Services
  • 35
  • Community employers and work sites for vocational opportunities.

    Rainbow has placed or returned clients to a wide variety of industries including:

    Food Service
    Real Estate