Community Report 2011

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Community-Based Care Homes

  • 33 individuals reside at one of Clare Housing’s six community-based care homes.
  • 6 residents experienced an improvement and stabilization of health and were able to move to a more independent setting, Clare Midtown.
  • Clients had a 97% adherence to their HIV/AIDS medication.
  • 1 resident received compassionate, quality end-of-life care and/or hospice services.
  • 3 residents, although disabled, maintained part-time employment.

 

Scattered-Site Affordable Housing

  • Clare Housing provided housing for 13 formerly homeless individuals and 8 formerly homeless families in the Project Cornerstone program.
  • 85% of residents retained housing in our scattered-site housing program.
  • All individuals and/or families in the program received supportive services from Clare Housing staff in collaboration with HIV case managers to achieve housing stability and services coordination.

Supportive Housing

  • Clare Midtown opened in March 2011 and provided 45 low- income individuals with safe, affordable housing including 37 who were formerly homeless and 8 who were considered chronically homeless.

  • Clare Apartments provided 32 individuals with safe, affordable housing including 18 who were formerly homeless, 6 who were considered chronically homeless, and 8 needing low-income housing.
  • The average length of stay at Clare Apartments is 19 months. 6 residents have been living at Clare Apartments since 2005.
  • 72% of the residents at Clare Apartments have been chronically homeless and achieved 2 or more years of stable housing.
  • A total of 80 residents, between Clare Apartments and Clare Midtown, received supportive services.
  • All Clare Housing residents received referrals to economic assistance and/or nutrition programs and help with completing applications for benefits.
  • 2 managers, 10 resident assistants and 5 nurses were hired at Clare Midtown.

SUMMARY OF POPULATION SERVED

The residents of Clare Housing represent the diversity of people most impacted by HIV/AIDS in our community: 38% African American, 12% Latino, 6% American Indian, and 44% Caucasian; 17% women and 83% men; the average age of residents in our community care homes is 49 and in our independent living facility is 40; more than 50% have a mental health diagnosis; 70% have a history of chemical dependency; and 50% have been homeless at some point in their lives.


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CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION

ASSETS
Cash and investments $583,346
Reserves and escrows $493,440
Receivables $449,417
Other assets $181,962
Prepaid expenses $142,285
Property and equipment net $14,461,477
TOTAL ASSETS $16,311,927

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
Accounts payable $584,032
Accrued expenses $171,853
Accrued interests $46,869
Deferred grants $1,321,395
Debt $7,070,729
Repayable advances $1,396,970
Tenant security deposits $22,360
TOTAL LIABILITIES $10,614,208

Unrestricted net assets:
Unrestricted $5,200,564
Temporarily restricted $497,155
TOTAL NET ASSETS $5,697,719

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $16,311,927

REVENUES AND SUPPORT
Program service fees $2,066,009
Contributions $238,640
Government grants and contracts $394,577
Special events $144,339
Rental revenue $300,505
Developer fee $210,000
Interest income and other $8,082
TOTAL REVENUES AND SUPPORT $3,363,152

EXPENSES
Program services $2,865,227
Management and general accrued interest $582,517
Fundraising $202,898
TOTAL EXPENSES $3,650,641

OTHER
Syndication costs (67,695)
Contributions for capital campaign $135,196
CHANGE IN NET ASSETS (152,294)

NET ASSETS, BEGINNING OF YEAR $5,917,978
NET ASSETS, END OF YEAR $5,697,719