Ic Clean People Recovery Housing

Everett, WA   |  http://iccleanpeople.com/
This organization has not appeared on the IRS Business Master File in a number of months. It may have merged with another organization or ceased operations.
This organization's exempt status was automatically revoked by the IRS for failure to file a Form 990, 990-EZ, 990-N, or 990-PF for 3 consecutive years. Further investigation and due diligence are warranted.

Mission

To help anyone quit drugs/alcohol and provide a safe, clean and sober home for them. We provide low income housing to anyone with no income or credit check. We offer hope to people who have nowhere else to go and no funds to get there. And to continue working with The City of Everett to improve all clean and sober housing.

Ruling year info

2007

Principal Officer

Mr. Timothy A Rehberg

Main address

2901 Everett Ave % Timothy A Rehberg

Everett, WA 98201

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EIN

68-0634034

NTEE code info

Low-Cost Temporary Housing (includes Youth Hostels) (L40)

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Our programs

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Family Emergency Shelter Program

Rent subsidy for chronically homeless families with diagnosed mental illnesses receiving support from Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) HEN (Housing Essential Needs) Program. DSHS provides $433 per month for rental expense for homeless families with at least one person diagnosed to a mental illness. To house a family with mental health issues IC Clean People requires $750 per month. DSHS has indicated they will need shelter for a minimum of 20 families every month. We pick up these families at DSHS and take them home, we provide furnished rooms with cable TV in each room and the family living areas, full kitchens with all cooking and eating utensils, dishwashers, refrigerators and freezers for bulk food storage, WiFi and hard wired internet access, help setting up and accessing email accounts for employment purposes, local/long distant phone services, all utilities paid (heat, water, sewer, electric, garbage and gas) and full service laundry facilities including ironing (important for job interviews). We also help clients find transportation, entitlements, food supplies and free/ low cost clothing. We also help with employment through Work Source; Help with computer literacy through classes at VOA. There are many other helpful classes offered at Work Source and VOA and we help clients attend them. We also help clients staying clean and sober through various programs (NA, AA, CA etc.) offered free at many treatment facilities. All of this is in a home with a family style atmosphere.  
The alternative to staying with ICCP is bleak. These people have been screened by DSHS and would be homeless if not for our facilities. The only other housing available for chronically homeless persons with a diagnosed mental illness and a family with just $433 per month for rental expense is dormitory style living (very limited space and not safe), with many strangers crammed into a very small space. These conditions are not good for children and can be rife with drugs and alcohol. Frankly there are very few places to put these people. Imagine yourself in a dormitory with your family. Think how hard it would be trying to find employment in this economy with no personal phone and limited computer access. Even getting to Work Source would be a trial. Applying in person for a job and looking clean and presentable would be very difficult. How is an employer to contact you? What address, phone number or email contact do you put on the employment application? The Everett Public library has a limited number of computers and they are available on a first come basis, for a limited time each day, so trying to continuously monitor your email is impossible. ICCP prides itself on being the premier low income housing provider in the City of Everett and the county of Snohomish. At our family style homes all the little things that help homeless families stabilize their living conditions are provided. We try hard to help these families regain that stability and find permanent housing. We will be providing housing for 100% of the chronically homeless and mentally ill families from in Snohomish County per Department of Social and Health Services.

Population(s) Served

Emergency Shelter (ES) program that takes in homeless men with substance abuse problems who have nowhere else to turn to. There are at least 50+ programs for women, women with children, children and seniors but, to our knowledge, there are no free programs to help adult males obtain clean and sober shelter in a family style home.
There are more than 50+ programs that are focused on helping women, women with children, children and seniors, but none designed to help adult males outside of drug court or the regular court system. We can think of no free programs designed to help adult males outside of the legal system. If an adult male doesn’t have insurance and loses employment there is no place to go. Substance abuse often leads to loss of employment. We are seeing a large number of opiate and meth abuse in our new clients. If these people end up in jail we know the cost of incarceration for one year is $47,085 per year. The cost to society when the addict is using living on the street is much higher.  We would like to offer a last chance to adult male substance abusers.
1) The program objective will be to help adult male substance abusers get clean and sober outside of the legal system. If we can help our client to avoid the legal system a get clean and sober without the cost of drug court, jail and police intervention we can show a dramatic saving for the City of Everett. 2) Program components will be 30 meetings at AA, NA, CA, etc. in 60 days. UA’s will be administered randomly to enforce sobriety. Intensive job searching will be required. Mandatory attendance at any continuing education classes required for job placement or improving job skills. Participation in house meetings and daily chores will also be mandatory. Behavior, attitude and willingness to conform to normal everyday life will be closely watched and graded. We will use any and every agency with which we have relations to enhance the client’s chances to become a productive member of our community. Daily goal setting will be encouraged. 3) Who will we serve?  Our target is adult males who still have and want a chance at getting free of the trap of substance abuse.  We will closely screen our candidates. We will be looking for that spark that shows they really want to get clean and sober. 4) Our service will be 24/7 in one of our homes. 5) The service we offer will be enhanced by all the services provided by the agencies we listed in Section A / Coordination of this grant. All medical/ professional services will be provided by third party providers.

Population(s) Served

Inmates from 5 state correctional institutions are given an early release if their behavior warrants it. They are released with $40 and a bus ticket. We pick the client up at the bus station. We take them to one of our homes and start the reintegration into society right away. We try to limit the free time where the client could get into trouble by long hours of intensive treatment. They are required to attend classes several times per week. These classes are several hours each. We provide feedback to DOC on behavior, class attendance, UA results and how the client is adjusting to a responsible lifestyle. At our home  we provide furnished rooms with cable TV, WiFi and hard wired internet access, help setting up and accessing email accounts for employment purposes, local/long distant phone services, all utilities paid (heat, water, sewer, electric, garbage and gas) and full service laundry facilities including ironing (important for job interviews). We also help clients find transportation, entitlements, food supplies and free/ low cost clothing. We also help with employment through Work Source; Help with computer literacy through classes at VOA. There are many other helpful classes offered at Work Source and VOA and we help clients attend them. We also help clients staying clean and sober through various programs (NA, AA, CA etc.) offered free at many treatment facilities.

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Awards

Support for our VA grant application 2010

Salvation Army

Letter of support for IC Clean People 2010

Senator Patty Murray

Recognition Housing Mentally Challenged Homeless Families 2011

DSHS Washington State

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Ic Clean People Recovery Housing

Board of directors
as of 06/02/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Timothy Rehberg

IC Clean People Recovery Housing

Term: 2009 - 2015

Timothy Rehberg

No affiliation

Richard Thorp

No affiliation

James Johnson

No affiliation

Greg Lerner