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Greenwich House, Inc.

AKA Greenwich House

New York, NY

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Greenwich House, Inc.

Also Known As:
Greenwich House
Physical Address:
New York, NY 10001 
EIN:
13-5562204
Web URL:
www.greenwichhouse.org
Blog URL:
twitter.com/Greenwic...
Leadership:
Mr. Roy Leavitt
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Fiscal Year Starting: Jul 01, 2011
Fiscal Year Ending: Jun 30, 2012
Revenue
Total Revenue $11,526,123
Expenses
Total Expenses $12,197,578

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Basic Organization Information

Greenwich House, Inc.

Also Known As:
Greenwich House
Physical Address:
New York, NY 10001 
EIN:
13-5562204
Web URL:
www.greenwichhouse.org 
Blog URL:
twitter.com/Greenwic... 
NTEE Category:
P Human Services 
P28 Neighborhood Center, Settlement House 
A Arts, Culture, and Humanities 
A20 Arts, Cultural Organizations - Multipurpose 
F Mental Health, Crisis Intervention 
F30 Mental Health Treatment 
Ruling Year:
1930 
How This Organization Is Funded:
Medicaid and other insurance - $6,910,000
Government Grants - $3,993,000
Private Support - $800,000

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Mission Statement

Greenwich House is a multi-service, non-profit organization in the settlement house tradition. Founded in 1902, Greenwich House is dedicated to providing vital social, health, cultural and educational services that improve the quality of life of the individuals, families and groups who make up the communities we serve and who need our services. The operations of Greenwich House depend upon the continuous efforts of committed professionals and volunteers. While our base of operations is in Greenwich Village, we reach out to individuals, families and groups who reside throughout the greater metropolitan area. Greenwich House serves over 12,000 individuals annually.

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Leadership (GuideStar ExchangeThe GuideStar Exchange allows nonprofits to regularly update key information directly to GuideStar. It provides richer and broader information about their programs, impact, finances, people and more. May, 2012)

Mr. Roy Leavitt

Term:

Since June 1999

Leadership Statement:

Since before any of us was born, Greenwich House has been providing an extraordinary range of social services and arts and education programs to New Yorkers of all ages and economic circumstances. No other Village charity serves anywhere near the diversity of human needs that Greenwich House serves. Greenwich House conducts its programs from eight buildings in Greenwich Village and Chelsea, but as one of our senior center participants has said, it is not the house, it is what goes on inside.



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Program: Health Services

Budget:
$14,412,653
Category:
Human Services
Population Served:
General Public/Unspecified
General Public/Unspecified

Program Description:

We provide an array of programs including: child care, mental and medical health services for people struggling with substance addictions, senior services, cultural and educational programs at our Pottery and Music School and services for people living with HIV and AIDS.

Program Long-Term Success:

Greenwich House remains a constant in the community, keeping an eye on the changing needs of the community, whether responding to the needs of youth suffering from abuse or trauma, music outreach programming in underserved neighborhoods, or maintaining hot meals for seniors at four senior center sites.

Program Short-Term Success:

This year we were able to ensure continued service to seniors in lower Manhattan by taking on the management of three senior centers, formerly run by The Caring Community.  Without the management from Greenwich House, these locations and services would have been shut down.

Program Success Monitored by:

We measure the number of people served and see that the need continues for the delivery of hot meals to seniors.  At Greenwich House we serve nearly 500 hot meals daily to seniors at four locations.

Program Success Examples:

Through the support of city and private funding, Greenwich House was able to maintain program activities at four senior centers that povide daily activities to engage seniors and help them live more fulfilling lives.  Now hundreds of seniors have free access to yoga classes, Tai Chi, "Brainersize," poetry writing, theatre excursions and more to keep them vital and active, and reducing the likelihood of them being a financial burden on society.

Program: Children's Safety Project

Budget:
$356,418
Category:
Human Services
Population Served:
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)
Crime/Abuse Victims
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Program Description:

The Children’s Safety Project (CSP) provides psychiatric counseling and support services city-wide to children, adolescents, young adults and their non-offending family members who are dealing with physical or sexual abuse, domestic violence or other crimes. Most clients come from families with incomes of $10,000 or less. We treat more than 300 individuals, 156 clients between 2 and 21 years and their siblings, parents and extended family members. Clients come from all five boroughs of New York City and receive care regardless of their ability to pay for services. Our staff therapists work with children, parents and other family members, giving them the tools to recover from the adverse effects of trauma and abuse by focusing on their specific needs and unique strengths. Therapists work on developing positive relationships with the families they treat so that they create “safe spaces” for these families to express their anger in ways that prevent abuse and neglect. The staff emphasizes healing and empowerment by assisting children in coping with their feelings of guilt, shame, anger, depression, anxiety and powerlessness; they work with adults to help them develop positive behaviors and to identify and utilize community resources to build their own support systems.  We have currently trained the staff in a new methodology, Child-Parent Psychotherapy to treat children between the ages of 0 and 5 that are effected by domestic violence and child abuse; we have been receiving referrals for this service steadily. Our program receives client by referral from the Crime Victim’s Board, hospitals and other social service agencies All staff are paid therapists, with 2 Psychiatrists, 1 being the program director and four additional therapists, all social workers, and one a Spanish bi-lingual therapist.

Program Long-Term Success:

Through the Children's Safety Project, we are aiming to end destructive cycles of family violence expressed in the abuse of a child. Additionally, we intend to reduce the likelihood of substance abuse, which is common among victims of child abuse.

Program Short-Term Success:

The Children's Safety Project staff works toward recovery from trauma by emphasizing healing and empowerment. We make every effort to develop the victims’ confidence and give them tools to help counteract their feelings of powerlessness, so they can move on to productive lives. In measurable terms, we aim to have at least 75% of our clients improve by a minimum of ten points on a 31-Item Treatment Plan Evaluation Scale that our staff relies on. Outcomes are measured on the program’s 31-item Treatment Plan Evaluation Scale, which assesses progress in post-traumatic symptomatology, cognition, behavioral regulation, attachment, disclosure, and treatment issues. The goal is for 75% of clients to show an improvement of ten points on this scale after a six month treatment period.

Program Success Monitored by:

For this past year, 14 sets of comparative statistics were available. The range of improvement has been between 5 and 46 points.  In one instance, where a child was experiencing a recurrence of psychotic symptoms, there was a decline of 17 points. The mean change in score was an improvement of 18.3 points, the median was 15.5. Our results indicate 85% of clients showing an improvement of more than 10 points, 10 percentage points above your goal.

Program Success Examples:

Paul, age 4, was referred to Children’s Safety Project along with his 12 year-old sister about a year ago after their mother was brutally murdered by Paul’s father.  They are temporarily living with a grandmother who is loving but unable to care for them permanently, and Paul has been very concerned about what is going to happen to him. Initially he dealt with his trauma, loss, and confusion through hyperactive behavior and explosiveness at home, in school, and in treatment sessions. It was only through the therapist’s gradual and patient attempts at providing a safe space and gaining his trust that he was able first to play out, and then to verbalize, his sadness at losing his mother.  As he did this, his aggression diminished and he was able to participate in the normal activities of a child his age.. Paul has come to see CSP as one of the few consistent things in his life, a place where he can let down his guard and be himself.  For Christmas, his therapist presented him with a set of Legos, just like the one he loves to play with during his sessions. She told him—as we always do—that the gift was “from Greenwich House.” Paul took this to mean that the entire staff participated in choosing the gift—and every time he encountered a new staff member, he would thank that person enthusiastically for his Legos.

Program: Senior Health & Consultation Center

Budget:
$1,206,246
Category:
Health Care
Population Served:
Aging/Elderly/Senior Citizens
Mentally/Emotionally Disabled
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Program Description:

Greenwich House serves seniors in the community with the critical mental health care that they desperately require in order to enhance their quality of life. Many of the clients we treat are homebound (40%); our services are the key to their survival. Others, though mobile, need the support of our services to maintain stability and remain in their homes. This program provides more cost efficient and effective solutions when considering the health needs of this population verses the higher cost of institutional and long-term care alternatives. In fact, the cost for us to serve our clients is about $8,000 per client annually, while the cost for the government to institutionalize a senior with a similar profile is $74,445 per year.  SHCC services include assessment and treatment planning, psychiatric rehabilitative readiness determination & referral, verbal therapies, medication therapy, health services in conjunction with psychotherapy, case management, and home health aide services.  We also provide case management services to identify and help them apply for benefits (i.e. food stamps, senior citizen rent increase exemption.).  The SHCC team not only provides seniors with a continuum of care, such as with housekeeping and other household tasks, but also serves an essential role with social workers and other service providers in identifying and responding to seniors’ needs.

Program Long-Term Success:

The major objective of the Senior Health & Consultation Center is to enable clients, who would otherwise have to enter nursing facilities, to remain in their homes and in the community.

Program Short-Term Success:

We are proud to report that the SHCC has been exceedingly effective by all standards. Over the past three years, only one senior has moved to a nursing home which was at her request.  In addition, very few SHCC clients have had to visit local hospitals for purposes of stabilization.

Program Success Monitored by:

We evaluate the effectiveness of the program based on whether we succeed in keeping our seniors in the community and functioning in a positive fashion. We also consider the number of times that clients must go to the hospital for services to help them remain stable. The program  is evaluated by the DOHMH and has consistently received the highest ratings from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), which is responsible for program oversight and from the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH), by which it is licensed. Moreover, SHCC clients give the program top ratings for the personal and thoughtful attention and care they receive.

Program Success Examples:

Ms. T., a woman in her 80’s now homebound, came to the clinic at age 60.  Ms. T. had been a waitress in Jazz Clubs for most of her life and fired because of her age.  Ms. T. was quite depressed and had no means of support. Although, Ms. T had very little formal education, she is an intelligent and capable woman.  The treatment focused on her strengths, (her inherent brightness, and love of Jazz) to assist her with self-esteem issues and her depression.  In the course of treatment, the social worker encouraged Ms. T to further her education. The social worker found a program that would pay for education with a stipend.  Ms. T entered college and graduated as an architect.  Although she never practiced as an architect, several of her professors took her on architectural trips in Europe.  Ms. T is now in her 80’s and homebound.  She is visited weekly by a social worker.  SHCC changed and broadened Ms. T’s life. Assisted her in alleviating her depression and building her self esteem after loosing her livelihood as a waitress.

Program: AIDS Mental Health

Budget:
$679,000
Category:
Mental Health, Substance Abuse
Population Served:
People Living with HIV or AIDS - PLWHA
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Substance Abusers (Drug/Alcohol Abusers)

Program Description:

In 1987, Greenwich House opened the first mental health program in the country to focus on people living with AIDS. The program initially began in the Greenwich Village community, but as the disease has spread across the nation and world, so has the need grown across the city. Our health care services for people living with HIV and AIDS are available to individuals from all five boroughs of New York City and in the past year, the program delivered treatment to nearly 900 adults.

Program Long-Term Success:

The program's long-term success is to keep clients in adherence with their treatment, which in turn, keeps them on track, and taking responsibility for their own wellness.

Program Short-Term Success:

When a patient comes to Greenwich House for services, they are treated as if they are going to a private family doctor.  Today, the need for private funding is even greater, as a result of the closing of St. Vincent’s Hospital, the only hospital in the neighborhood that supported the needs of people living with HIV and AIDS, who now rely more heavily on Greenwich House.  And Greenwich House has focused on providing care for those who formerly were served at St. Vincent's Hospital.

Program Success Monitored by:

Each client receives one-on-one treatment that allows them to work through their struggles with a personalized level of care. Our staff recognize that many clients struggle with other issues in addition to their health, including incarceration, homelessness, and substance abuse, and treat each person seeking service with the utmost respect and sensitivity. Each client is carefully monitored to keep track of treatment adherence.

Program Success Examples:

The program has a 75% success rate of clients adhering to treatment and remaining active in the community.   One program client noted that because of Greenwich House, "The is the longest he has gone without being incarcerated, over 5 years, as a result of his treatment and the dedicated service provided by the social workers and support system of Greenwich House."


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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

Through the dedicated service of its professional staff and support from its board of directors and volunteers, Greenwich House has ensured the uninterrupted service to seniors in Greenwich Village by saving three senior centers, formerly run by The Caring Community.  These centers will continue to provided cultural and health services, case management and money management programs, nearly 1,000 seniors in Greenwich Village.

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