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2017

Annual Report


CHiP Board of Directors Sharla P. Klingel, Esq., Chair Robert Boyle, M.D. Shane Cook Barry Fontaine Mary E. Gibson, Ph.D., R.N. Sharon Millner, M.Ed. Jim Plews-Ogan, M.D. Valerie Palamountain, M.S. Susan Payne Carolyn Pettit Walker Richmond Vickie Southall, M.S.N., R.N. Mimi Scully Andrea Tribastone, M.D. Autumn Wade, P.M.P., P.M.I.-A.C.P. Erica Wheat Elizabeth Willingham


CHiP Friends and Partners, Our deep thanks to each of you for all your support in 2017. As we partner with local families to help them to provide nurturing homes and raise healthy children, we count on all of our community supporters and partners every day. The teamwork among CHiP parents and our staff leads to healthy, school-ready children. And each of you are part of the CHiP team as well. Our work together improved the lives of 567 babies and young children in 2017, throughout Albemarle, Charlottesville, Fluvanna, and Louisa. As local families face the challenges and uncertainty of 2018, they do not do it alone. Their CHiP team is ready to help them overcome the barriers they will meet in building strong families and loving homes. CHiP means children’s health, and your support means more children grow up healthy and ready to succeed in school and in life. Thank you! With warmest regards,

Sharla Klingel Jon Nafziger Chair, CHiP Board of Directors Executive Director


CHiP’s mission is to partner with families to create nurturing home environments and promote the health and well-being of children in our community. Our dedicated teams of community health nurses and professional family support workers meet with families in their home to: Promote family health and well-being through health assessments, health education, and access to health care. Enhance parenting skills and confidence through a developmentally appropriate curriculum and trusting relationships. Foster self-sufficiency by partnering with families to set goals, solve problems, and connect with community resources.


Financial Summary for FY2017* WHERE OUR MONEY COMES FROM: 40.5% Local Government $725,703 25.5% Individuals and Foundations $454,559 23.5% CHIP of Virginia $420,089 7.5% United Way $136,140 In 2017, 567 children in Charlottesville, Albemarle, Fluvanna, and Louisa counties benefited from the work of CHiP and our community of support. CHiP staff made 3,938 home visits with 357 families. CHiP’s home visiting program is so effective because of the trusted relationships our diverse, knowledgeable, and compassionate staff build with CHiP families.

3% Fee for Service $50,837 Other $640 Total Revenues for FY2017: $1,754,248

WHERE OUR MONEY GOES: 88.4% Program Services $1,447,414 6.1% Management $100,903 5.5% Fundraising $89,904 Total Expenses for FY2017: $1,638,221 *July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017


CHiP works. Data shows that after one year with CHiP: 98% of children have a medical home.

80% of CHiP babies are breastfed.

98% of children have health insurance.

75 children were enrolled in preschool programs.

92% of children are up

64% of families have at least one parent

90% of children met essential milestones on the Ages

11% of children had a newly identified

to date on their immunizations.

and Stages developmental screening tool, and those who need further assessments receive them.

88% of children are up to date on well-child visits, a 37% increase from the time of enrollment.

86% of parents demonstrate positive parent-child interactions.

employed.

developmental delay.

3% of children needed dental care and did not receive it.

0% of children needed medical care and did not receive it.

There are appproximately 2000 days between birth and the first day of kindergarten. These first 2000 days of life lay the foundation for a child’s future health and academic and workplace success.

“CHiP’s mission plays an important role in making sure that young people get a great start.” --Steve Landes, Virginia House of Delegates


75 pregnant moms received prenatal case management. Families enrolled in CHiP are less likely to have low birthweight and preterm babies, and CHiP babies spend 44% fewer days in the NICU. A year of CHiP services costs approximately $3,500 compared to a single day in the NICU which costs more than $3,000.

39 teens

enrolled in our Parenteen program. Through education, home visits, and peer support, teens learn how to have healthy babies, parent well, stay in school, set goals, and postpone having more children. That’s making an impact... two generations at a time.


87 refugee families

were served by our diverse and culturally competent staff last year. CHiP works with families to overcome whatever obstacles they may face in meeting the health and developmental needs of their children. For refugee families resettled in the Charlottesville area, that work requires an acute cultural sensitivity and understanding the impact of trauma. And of course, language is one of the first barriers these families face. CHiP staff rely on interpreter services to help families meet the challenges of starting over in a new country, and thanks to the generosity of our community, over $16,000 was donated in 2017 specifically to help defray these expenses.


All smiles at Westhaven Community Day

Market Day at Friendship Court Photo Credit: Kayli Wren, Charlottesville Tomorrow

25 families 38 children 3 pregnant moms

Making bubble wands at Westhaven Community Day

“Our chief objectives are meeting families where they are, learning what their goals are, what their struggles are, and working with them to prioritize our work together to best address their needs.� ~Rosemary Heflin, Family Support Supervisor

served by the Neighborhood Outreach Project.

2017 was a challenging year in our community. A distrust of systems and institutions can be a barrier to the health and well being of local children and families and contributes to disparities in care and outcomes. Thanks to a grant from the Adiuvans Foundation, CHiP launched the Neighborhood Outreach Project, placing a team downtown dedicated to serving our historically African American neighborhoods. In addition, three part-time health educators were hired from within the community, all with the goal of building relationships and being a trusted neighborhood resource.


“Where we live and how we live, our environment, very much impacts our health. Even stress. When families are under a lot of stress, we have research now that tells us that it affects how a child’s brain develops.� ~Tessa Gerberich, RN

62 families 103 children served in rural Louisa and Fluvanna counties. Isolation, transportation, and limited access to services and resources are real obstacles for some families living in our rural communities. In this context, home visits are uniquely valuable to parents desiring the kind of support that CHiP nurses and family support workers bring. This year we combined our Louisa and Fluvanna programs in one location at Zion Crossroads. CHiP staff benefit from better peer and supervisory support, and families benefit from the improved collaboration and pooling of resources.

Zion Crossroads office ribbon cutting


Your contributions make amazing things happen! Gifts received January 1-December 31, 2017

$50,000 or more Adiuvans Foundation United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area $10,000-49,999 Anonymous Bama Works Fund of Dave Matthews Band in CACF Batten Family Fund in CACF The Inez Duff Bishop Charitable Trust The Charles Fund Mike and Mary Chinn The Dammann Fund Farkas Family Foundation Harvest Moon Catering* The MLG Foundation The Rimora Foundation Katherine L. Rhyne and Charles W. Axten Mimi O’Connell Scully Sterba Family Fund in CACF Elizabeth Willingham $5,000-9,999 Julie Christopher and Marge Connelly The Dogwood Foundation* Friends for Youth

The Heymann Foundation Louisa County Community Fund in CACF Jim and Peggy Plews-Ogan PYMWYMI Fund Quantitative Investment Management Kevin and Carolyn Schuyler Silverchair Information Systems Wardle Family Foundation

Merchants Association University of Virginia School of Nursing Westminster Presbyterian Church John Will

$1,000-1,999 Albemarle County Rotary Club* James Amato Anonymous (2) Carlos and Desha Armengol Meredith Benusa $2,000-4,999 Bob and Karen Boyle Anonymous Charlottesville Catholic School Book Baskets* Charlottesville Rotary Annual Fund in CACF Katherine Brooks and George Beller Church of Our Saviour Children’s Dentistry of Charlottesville Myra M. Cooper Grace Episcopal Church Martin and Alida Couric Fred and Stasia Greenewalt Cove Presbyterian Church Hantzmon Wiebel LLP Frank and Fran Feigert Heiner Family Fund in CACF Barry and Dorrie Fontaine Dennis Holmberg* Robert S. and Mary E. Gibson Karen Cromer Isaac Fund Randy and Lisa Huffman Maya Wood and Company* Carol Hurst and Jon Nafziger Old Dominion National Bank Dawn and Bobby Jenkins Catherine J. Rotolo Twentieth Century Merchants Fund of the Martin and Sharla Klingel Matt and Meredith McClellan Charlottesville-Albemarle Retail


Many thanks to our 2017 donors. $1,000-1,999 (cont.) William D. McGarity Sharon Millner Oakwood Foundation Mr and Mrs. Frank J. Quayle III S&P Global Market Intelligence Sedona Taphouse Al and Vickie Southall Andrea Tribastone and Mohan Nadkarni United Bank University of Virginia Children’s Hospital University of Virginia Office for Diversity and Equity Autumn Wade Worldstrides $500-999 Anonymous (2) Rives and Carey Bailey Robert B. Cathcart Carol F. Clarke and Dr. Stephen Clarke Deborah A. Cohn and Charlotte J. Patterson Congregation Beth Israel Shane and Caroline Cook Custom Ink Effort Baptist Church

Heidi and Ned Gumble Paul and Maria Henderson Jennifer Hendrick Peter and Susan Kools Michael Latsko Robin and Barbara Lee Lenhart Pettit, Attorneys at Law Montague Miller and Company Valerie Palamountain Susan Payne David and Carolyn Pettit Tom Raney Stillfield Fund I in CACF Angela Taylor Kirk and Cathy Train Virginia National Bank Volvo of Charlottesville Erica and Zach Wheat Yancey, Bowman, and Helsley, CPAS* Steven Zeichner and Rachel Moon Under $500 Jonno Alcaro Alere Informatics Daniel and Dela Alexander Susan Almarode

Anonymous (21) Dyan Aretakis Bertha Armstrong Rives and Betty Bailey Margaret Baird David and Lori Balaban Barbara Baumbusch Kathie Beard Frank Berry Rudy Beverly Phyllis Binder Karen and Warren Boeschenstein Mozell H. Booker Butch and Susan Brodie Peter and Nancy Brooks Jacki Bryant Marie Buffmire Judy Campbell and Michael Henke Carter Meyers Automotive Rosamund Casey Charlottesville Friends Meeting Amy Chenoweth Robert and Janis Chevalier CoConstruct Communitas Consulting John Conover


Under $500 (cont.) Josephine Conover George and Deb Conway Robert and Elizabeth Cook Jenn and Brian Corbey Katie Cowen Margery and Tom Daniel Virginia Daugherty Bridget Davis Lucille Digges Bill and Cassandra Dittmar Doug Dodd Lindsay Dorrier Jr. Bruce and Diane Dotson Bob and Pattie Downer Steven and Jane Engel Joann Faillace John and Renee Ferguson Fernald Family Fund Ellen Fisher William and Marcela Foshay Paul Freedman and Kim Langford Elizabeth Frieberg Lynette Friesen Molly Fulton Sim and Donna Galazka Sean Gallagher

Bryan Garey Patty Garvey Dr. and Mrs. Joe H. Gieck Monte and Luella Glanzer Thad Glowacki and Susan Sajadi Susan Goins-Eplee Bill and Nancy Gordon Ken and Heidi Graff Greg and Ginger Graham Claudette Grant and Juandiego Wade Yacov and Sonja Haimes Jon and Heather Hill Linda Hitchings Fred and Mary Hitz Shannon Holland Simona Holloway-Warren Holly Grove Christian Women’s Fellowship Joyce and Michael Holt Sharon Hostler Richard and Susan Howard-Smith Jessica Humphreys Ron Ignotz and Alicia Lenahan Institutional Investor Ashley Jurney Drs. Neil and Lee Kassell Dirk Katstra Mark and Meg Keeley

Bryce and Ann Kellams Blair and Laurie Kelly Wally and Karla Kirtley Kona Ice Kathy Koziol James Larner Linda Levin Lester Peppy Linden Andrew and Deborah Lockman Ed and Carolyn Lowry Kevin Lynch Carol Manning and Eric Turkheimer Dave and Kristen Martel Margareta Mattsson Heather and Ryan McClellan Diantha McKeel Dan and Mary-Lewis Meador Mark and Julie Mendelsohn Merkle|RKG Robert S. and Ann M. Michel Molina Health Care Moms Club of Charlottesville Ralph and Diane Morini Heather Mullenax Matthew B. and Mary P. Y. Murray Maureen Nelson James Newlin Walker and Maggie Noland


Rosemary Noona Wally and Donna Nunley Patrick O’Connor Orangetheory Fitness Jeanne Orell Gary Palmer Robert Pates Brandy Patterson and Richard Shannon Pediatric Associates of Charlottesville Drs. Periello and Shah Kathryn Phillips Edgar Pierce Eddie Pinson Diane Post Kathy Ralston and Mike McMahan Judy Randle Random Row Brewing Company John and Jan Redick Paul and Amy Rentz Mary Rice Walker and Hallie Richmond David and Debbie Ripley RoomKey Chelsea and Steve Rosinski Jane Saunders Rebecca Scharf Rusty and Laura Schundler David Schmidle

Sharon and Stuart Scott Valerie Semer Mr. and Mrs. William G. Shenkir Matthew and Marlena Simon Brian and Jen Slaughter Ned and Anne Slaughter Dede Smith Judy Smith Jeff and Linda Sobel Phil and Julie Sparks Frank Squillace Lynsie Steele Betty Stokes Thomas M. Strassburg Edward and Louise Tayloe Sharon Taylor Anne B. Ternes The Trebour Family Sharon Veith Cammie and Mike Waite Robert Walters and Janet Muse Mitzi Ware Kathy and John Warren Juliana Weaver Page and Peggy Williams Betsy Woodard Elizabeth Wright Xiaochao Zheng

An investment in the future is an especially meaningful way to honor someone’s life and legacy. We are thankful for the gifts that were inspired by the following people: In honor of: Carey Bailey Couples Prayer Group Molly Fulton Mary Gibson Neonatology Division of the UVA Medical Center Seth and Cara Pates Carolyn Pettit Jim and Peggy Plews-Ogan Walker Richmond Mimi O’Connell Scully Judy Smith Elizabeth Willingham And in loving memory of: Dana Woodward McGarity Myrl Nafziger We do our best to present the most accurate information, but sometimes mistakes happen. Please don’t hesitate to bring any errors or omissions to our attention.


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