Achieving Well-Being within the Community
Annual Report 2013
Contents Letter from the Board Chair and Executive Director
The Five Pillars of Well Being
Board of Directors
Letter from the Board Chair and Executive Director Dear Friends,
We all know that New York City can be a difficult place to live. Challenges abound that make it hard to break through the isolation that often accompanies a variety of life stages and lifestyles; aging, access to treatment for an addiction, or resolution of difficult family circumstances all bring on stresses that can get in the way of daily living. At Greenwich House, our job is to help people overcome those obstacles by promoting the Five Pillars of Well-Being* and empowering those in need to define and pursue their personal goals. Each year, Greenwich House’s social service and arts education programs help 15,000 New Yorkers lead healthier and more productive lives by embracing positive emotions, engaging in challenging activities, developing positive relationships, accomplishing goals and finding meaning by being part of a larger community. As a neighborhood hub of activity and resources, Greenwich House is home to a diverse group of New Yorkers seeking to enrich their lives. Greenwich House epitomizes—and helps sustain—the very community that makes our neighborhood a great place to live, work or visit. We invite you to learn more about Greenwich House and the people we serve. We hope that you will strengthen your ties to Greenwich House in order to achieve your own personal goals as well as support our efforts to help those in our community in need. Sincerely,
Samir Hussein Chair
Roy Leavitt Executive Director and CEO *Based on the principles of Dr. Martin Seligman, Director of the Penn Positive Psychology Center and Zellerbach Family Professor of Psychology in the Penn Department of Psychology. Dr. Seligman is the founder of positive psychology, a field of study that examines healthy states, such as happiness, strength of character and optimism. 3
The Five Pillars of Well Being 1. Positive Emotions
being completely absorbed in activities
being authentically connected to others
a sense of accomplishment and success
Featured Accomplishments Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program
Greenwich House After-School Program
After a lease cancellation and a complicated construction project, Greenwich House re-opened its much needed Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program (MMTP) on December 28, 2013. For nearly two years, the main MMTP location was temporarily closed and relied on facilities at Beth Israel Hospital to maintain client support systems during this period.
In order to maintain a valuable community resource, Greenwich House successfully integrated the After-School program, taken over from the Childrenâ€™s Aid Society when it closed the Philip Coltoff Center. The program welcomed over 75 students in its first year of operation, with popular and engaging classes in architecture, science, and photography, among others. Greenwich House has been able to provide scholarships to one in every three students in the program.
MMTPâ€™s primary objective is to help individuals overcome addiction to narcotics and other substances. In addition, the program provides medical care, psychiatric evaluation, individual, family and group counseling, and vocational services. The MMTP is a leading example of how Greenwich House works tirelessly to promote the five pillars of well-being for all clients and their families in therapy.
Program Highlights Underpinning Greenwich House’s 130 year history is the enduring commitment to help individuals and families lead more fulfilling lives by providing the assistance they need to realize their goals. A decision to be a part of Greenwich House, in whatever way one chooses, enriches the community and enables opportunities in which to grow, prosper and live up to one’s potential.
Arts and Education Greenwich House Pottery In 2013 the Clay in Culture exhibition series took on a new name, Ceramics Now, recognizing its contemporary significance in the art world in New York. With the decline of craft ceramics galleries in the City, and the importance of “craft” being overshadowed by “Fine Art” the Pottery’s Ceramics Now series is filling the void, as one of the few galleries dedicated solely to ceramic art. After-School and Summer Arts Camp In 2013 Greenwich House granted tuition assistance to 33% of the participating families in the After-School program, making the program available to a diverse population of children largely from the neighborhood public schools, providing them with a place to develop deeper and more meaningful relationships.
Greenwich House Music School In June 2013, Greenwich House Music School welcomed its new director, Rachel Black. A native of Mississippi and a classically trained actor and MFA graduate of the American Conservatory Theatre, Rachel was the General Manager of Summer Stage, New York City’s largest free performing arts festival before taking the helm of GHMS. Rachel’s primary focus is to introduce new techniques for the children’s early enrichment program, including Suzuki Violin, as well as strengthen group and private lessons, and elevate the Music School’s concert series. Under Rachel’s direction, GHMS is poised to lead a new generation of students of all ages by fostering a positive sense of community and individual accomplishment. Barrow Street Nursery School Recognizing the demand for programming for toddlers, BSNS created a program designed around children who are just turning 2. The program includes parent participation in the classroom as children engage in activities, such art, music, yoga, story time, cooking, and creative movement. After separating, parents engage in discussion based workshops with our developmental psychologist on topics such as discipline, language development, and sibling relationships.
Childrenâ€™s Safety Project
The Showtime and Chorus Groups, comprised of more than 40 center members, performed many plays and chorales such as Music! Music! Music!, Holly Jolly Christmas, Halloween Horror and A Tribute to Irving Berlin engaging a variety of senior centers throughout New York to participate in and attend performances.
In 2013 CSP provided 2,142 treatment sessions to its 142 primary clients. Of those, CSPâ€™s bilingual therapist serves some 12 families in Spanish annually, about half of her caseload. CSP works to meld the five pillars of well-being that have often been stripped from these families, nurturing a new sense of stability.
Senior Health and Consultation
Chemical Dependency Program
Over 40% of SHCC clients received home visits on a regular basis to help manage the emotional and physical challenges that come with aging in New York. The team successfully found housing for eight seniors who needed to move from walk-up buildings to ones with elevators. These changes have proven to be instrumental in allowing seniors to continue living their lives on their own terms and boosting positive emotions.
In keeping up with the changing technological times, CDP has been transitioning from paper to computerized documentation for preadmission, admission and treatment plans. The implementation of the new technology has streamlined the admissions process. The goal is to fully transition to paperless charts so that staff can spend more time with clients, helping them work towards accomplishing their goals.
Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program
Support for Hurricane Sandy Victims: Most Greenwich House seniors suffered dearly from the impact of Hurricane Sandy; many were left without hot water, heat or electricity. Our four senior centers also lost power. The case management team quickly moved into action providing meaningful support to the complex needs of over 300 seniors that were brought on by the hurricane, such as replacing critical items like mattresses for those whose apartments were completely flooded, as well as lost eye glasses and hearing aids for many others.
The Patient Advisory Committee at MMTP developed a new Patient Welcome packet for incoming patients, introducing them to the Committee, the Methadone is Recovery Group (a peer self-help group), as well as informing them of what to expect in treatment from the patientâ€™s perspective. MMTP provides the building blocks of the five pillars on the road to recovery. 7
Financials Year Ending June 30, 2013
Year Ending June 30, 2012 Total Operating revenues and other support Contributions Special Events Less direct cost of special events
Program Tuition and Fees Less Financial Aid
$4,113,783 30.29% (79,703) (0.6%)
$4,777,793 37.35% (104,440) (.82%)
Medicaid and Other Insurance
Interest and Dividend Income
Total Operating Revenues and Other Support
Non -operating activities Net realized and unrealized loss on investments Change in value of beneficial interest in remainder trust
Miscellaneous Income: Rent, Interest & Dividends 2%
Medicaid & Other Insurance 27%
Year Ending June 30, 2012
Program Tuition & Fees 30%
Miscellaneous Income: Rent, Interest & Dividends 2% Government Grants 32%
Private Support: Events, Individual Giving & Foundations 9%
Medicaid & Other Insurance 24%
Year Ending June 30, 2013
Program Tuition & Fees 37%
Government Grants 27%
Private Support: Events, Individual Giving & Foundations 10%
Demographics Greenwich House Client Population by Program Arts and Education After-School and Summer Arts Camp Barrow Street Nursery School Greenwich House Music School Greenwich House Pottery 22%
Behavioral Health Childrenâ€™s Safety Project Chemical Dependency Program Methadone Maintenance Program
Senior Services Judith C. White Center Center on the Square Independence Plaza Our Lady of Pompeii Health and Consultation Social Services Case Management
Greenwich House Client Population by Borough Bronx 2.5%
Staten Island Other 0.5% 4.5%
Queens 3.5% Brooklyn 11%
Donors Greenwich House gratefully acknowledges the many individuals, companies, and foundations for their generosity during fiscal year 2013: July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013. $50,000+ The New York City Council The Paul E. Singer Foundation The Department for the Aging $25,000 - $49,999 Bain Capital Ventures Myrna Chao CME Group Community Foundation Bertram Elgot Isaac H. Tuttle Fund Windgate Charitable Foundation Inc. $10,000 - $24,999 Tracy Dockray and Mark Rudd Karen S. and Edward A. K. Adler Credit Suisse Annette and George A. Davidson DCI Group, LLC Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group DJ McManus Foundation Elissa Lipcon Kramer and Jay Newman Louis & Anne Abrons Foundation Manhattan Borough Presidentâ€™s Office Marion E. Kenworthy - Sarah H. Swift Foundation Morgan Stanley Kathleen A. Mundy and Frederick Hessler New York City Department of Cultural Affairs New York University The Rite Aid Foundation Pamela C. Scott and Phil Balshi Susquehanna Foundation Theodore & Renee Weiler Foundation $5,000 - $9,999 Beth Israel Medical Center Dammann Fund, Inc. Dechert LLP
Edith C. Blum Foundation, Inc. Epiq Systems Ernst & Young Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies First Presbyterian Church of the City of New York The Greenwich Collection, Ltd. Maria Gutierrez and Gabriel Orzoco Hughes Hubbard & Reed, LLP Erin and Samir H. Hussein Betty Jones Carolina and Soohyung Kim Amy and Christopher K. Kiplok Diane C. and Gerard Koeppel Peter J. Lane Kenneth Lee Lillian and Joseph Miller Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation New York State Council on the Arts The Robert & Beatrice Hompe Foundation United Neighborhood Houses of New York, Inc. $1,000 - $4,999 Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation Brett Baccus Bedford Barrow Commerce Block Assc. Alison and Barry H. Berke Jeffrey Berman Marie Brenner and Ernest Pomerantz Carlisle Etcetera LLC Kristin and Didric Cederholm Corcoran Group Cares Jane R. Crotty Charlotte Davidson Linda Hong de Clef Gary DeWaal Feroz Dewan Stephen W. Dizard Dodge & Cox
Mary Ann Eddy Epicurean Management LLC Irina and Roger Erickson Mark D. Falk Paula and Ronald Filler John Fox Samantha and Matthew Fremont-Smith Carmen Grange Judi and Martin Grant Christine Grygiel and Todd West Barbara Hajim Corey Hajim Elisabeth and Ryan Heslop Jane Street Block Association The Judith C. White Foundation Daniel R. Kramer Benjamin Lam Ronald H. Lamey Nancy Langsan and Daniel K. Bernstein Thomas C. Laris The Law Offices of Brian A. Raphan Lawrence Israel Family Foundation Kenneth Lee Aura Levitas Limited Brands, Inc. Loeb & Troper Margaret B. Lowe Theodore Mayer Elizabeth D. Mazza Alli McCartney Manton B. Metcalf III Metzger-Price Fund, Inc. Karina Mudd New York Community Trust New York University Community Fund Andrea Newman NYU Bookstore Sarah Oâ€™Neill and Barry Munger Patricia M. Paz Sheri and Tom Peters Principal Financial Group Joan Rappoport Rosenfeld and Steven B. Rosenfeld Joan B. and Mark J. Siegel Robert Silverstein SMART Management Inc. Sharon Tomao and Richard Sokolow Standard General L.P. Thompson Hine LLP The TJX Foundation Victoria Traube
Laura Valeroso and David Seidman Ricarda Lindner and Jan-Willem van den Dorpel Ashley Waters and Kevin Gundersen Wells Fargo Insurance Services Bruce Wolosoff Robert F. Wright $500 - $999 Stefan and Jan Abrams Reia Balchan and Sharad Khemani Toby Baldinger Bank of America Charitable Foundation Marshall Beil Lois and Stephen Bernstein Cassidy Blumenfield Margaret J. Hoag and Adrian B. Cockerill Paula and Jon Comings Diane Donnelly Nicholas F. Donohue Down the Hatch Emigrant Savings Bank Far West Tenth Street Block Association Stuart Fishman James Fitzpatrick Maria E. and Frank A. Freda Toby and Michael Gorelick Lee Grinberg Trish and Jim Gutman Bianca Heslop and Eric Mason Nancy and Brian Hogan Debbie and Mike Irwin Nicole A. Jackson Alice Jarcho and Thomas Gallagher Alexandra Jenkins Mitchell Karp Diane R. Katzin David Lerner Joseph Martingale Robert Maxant John P. McGinn Marlene Myers and Stanley Rogovin Sallie and Sherwood Newman Off the Wagon Neil Oxford Alexa and Daniel Pearson Mary Ellen Pisanelli Patricia Pope Lester Richter Jacqui and Michael Schein Mark Schumann
Liadain W. and Palmer N. Smith Jenny Stapleton Sidney H. Stein Eleanor L. Stetson Michelle and Stephen Stoneburn Vipul Tandon Mila and Chris Tewell Three Sheets Saloon William Tomai Lisa M. Uribe and Daniel Lipton Katherine and Heath Watkin Daniel Weiner Cathy Weinroth James C. Wernz Elizabeth H. and Brad Whitman $250 - $499 1002 Foundation Pamela and Howard Abrahams Carmela and Milton R. Ackman Paul Angelastro Jason Benton Victoria and Steven Bernstein Mark Bierman Jerry Bizer Jackie Blum Jennifer Bodenweber Shoshana Bohrer Andy Braiterman Donna and William T. Burke Perla Capriles Dorothy Carpenter and Emek Basker Sarah L. Cave Francine Cecere Koren Christofides Eve and Arthur C. Cohen Shirley R. Cohen Terry Connell J Patrick Cooney Leonore Cooney Penelope Dannenberg Cathy Dantchik Leslie Dantchik John L. Dauer Jr. Willem F. de Vogel Lauren N. Doyle Senator Thomas K. Duane Miriam Eaves Jody Eff Robert J. Egan
Edgard El Chaar Joan Ellis Danielle Epstein Rachel and Melvin Epstein Sarah and Robert B. Fairbairn Martha and Harry Fairtlough Angelo Fanelli David Fanger Tim Ferguson Nancy and Robert Funkhouser Joshua M. Gendel James Giddens Nancy S. Glauberman David Glazek Lorraine Glennon and Roy Leavitt Dustin Goodwin Peter Gourfain Lorna and Larry Graev Deborah A. Green Donald Greenhouse BJ Greenspan Deborah and Howard Hagen Amina Hassan Vilia Hayes Susan and Bob Heller Mahoko and Adam Hemlock Lauren Hennessy Senator Brad Hoylman Christine Iererdi Marcie Imberman Gary Kahn Marlo Karp Max Kawer Daniele Knowles James B. Kobak Lesley and John Koegel Eli O. Koenig Elinor Koeppel Belinda Lasky Jessica Lawson and Nick Ball Gordon Leavitt Joshua Levkov Martin R. Lewis Brian Loughman William Maguire David Malvern Claire and Christopher Mann Robin Marsico and Jeffrey R. Coleman Lindsay McGarry Morgan McGarry
Randy Meadoff and Tyra Liebmann Meredith Corporation Foundation Alix Michel Susan Midler Hilary Miller Michelle and Maziar Minovi Craig Mitchell and Jeffrey Rothman Bernadette Murray Nina and Leonard Nathanson Alex Neil and John C. Vennema Stephanie Nieto Laurie Niles and Jim Erwin Justin Pach Stephen H. Palitz Robert Parker David M. Parsons Kathryn and Daniel Pitiger Terry and Allan Putterman Seth Raphaeli Camille Parrish and Kirk Read Walter Ricciardi Jill Ross Royal Fulton Inc. Richard Sackett Julie Salamon and William M. Abrams
Lena Saltos Yoshinori Sasao Patrick Schwarz Lance Scott Shoko Sekiguchi Linda and Arthur Sheran Jonathan Siegfried Courtney Smith Amy Sohnen David Soo Paul Stallings Esta Stecher Rosemarie P. Strickland Syska Hennessy Group Eleni Theodosiou Betty Tiago Kelly and Josiah Trager Cheryl Tuttle and Henry Frommer Ava Tyson Theodora and Howard Waltman Vera Weintraub Carrie Weprin Jennifer Winslow Carole Yass
Board of Directors Samir Hussein Chair Edward A.K. Adler* Vice-Chair George A. Davidson* Vice-Chair Elissa Kramer* Vice-Chair Jan-Willem van den Dorpel Secretary Myrna Chao Treasurer
Alison Berke Craig deLaurier Mary Ann Eddy Christine Grygiel Soohyung Kim Christopher Kiplok Diane C. Koeppel Joan Rappoport Rosenfeld Mark Rudd Pamela Scott Laura Valeroso Robert F. Wright Roy Leavitt Executive Director and CEO
Directors Emeriti Robert J. Egan* Ronald H. Lamey* Margaret B. Lowe Manton B. Metcalf, III David M. Parsons Katheryn C. Patterson Alvah O. Rock Carol A. Strickland Steven I. Wulf *Past Chair
Locations Arts and Education
After-School and Summer Arts Camp 27 Barrow Street 212-242-4140, ext. 277
Judith C. White Senior Center 27 Barrow Street 212-242-4140, ext. 277
Barrow Street Nursery School 27 Barrow Street 212-242-4140, ext. 263
Center on the Square Senior Center 20 Washington Square North 212-777-3555, ext. 106
Greenwich House Music School 46 Barrow Street 212-242-4770
Independence Plaza North Senior Center 310 Greenwich Street 212-267-0499
Greenwich House Pottery 16 Jones Street 212-242-4106
Social Services Childrenâ€™s Safety Project 27 Barrow Street 212-242-4140, ext. 237 Chemical Dependency Program 122 West 27th Street, 6th Floor 212-691-2900 Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program 190 Mercer Street, 4th Floor 212-677-3400
Our Lady of Pompeii Senior Center 25 Carmine Street 212-989-3620 Senior Health and Consultation Center 27 Barrow Street 212-242-4140, ext. 277 Senior Case Management and Daily Money Management 20 Washington Square North 212-777-3555, ext. 114
Administrative Office Greenwich House 224 West 30th Street, Suite 302 212-991-0003
Greenwich House Programs Arts and Education
After-School and Summer Arts Camp
Arts programs that provides children ages 5-17 (Summer Camp 7-14) the opportunity to learn and have fun outside of school by tapping into their interests in the arts through unique curricula.
Four senior centers in lower Manhattan that provide hot meals every week day and offer social, cultural, health and recreational activities to seniors 60 years and older. The Centers also offer Case Management and Daily Money Management services.
Barrow Street Nursery School A private education and childcare program with half and full-day sessions that features a service-learning curriculum. Greenwich House Music School A school for artistic education and expression providing music instruction for youth and adults, dance and visual art programs for children, concerts, workshops and music education outreach to New York City Public Schools. Greenwich House Pottery A school with studio and exhibition space for ceramics offering classes for all ages, workshops, fabrications, residencies, intern programs and solo and group shows.
Senior Health and Consultation Center The only one of its kind in Manhattan, the center provides mental health care for seniors, particularly the homebound, coping with the challenges brought on by aging.
Social Services Childrenâ€™s Safety Project A treatment and prevention program for victims of child abuse, domestic violence or other types of trauma. Chemical Dependency Program An outpatient clinic that provides diagnosis, treatment and medically supervised drug-free counseling to people and their families struggling with substance abuse. Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program An outpatient clinic that offers individual and group counseling, medical treatment, harm reduction and vocational counseling to individuals 18 years and 15 older.
Greenwich House's 2013 Annual Report. July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013