CHiP 2018 Annual Report

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2018 Annual Report

CHIP Friends and Partners, Every day, the CHiP staff hear stories of family: stories of challenges, stories of fear, stories of happiness, stories of hope. In many ways, CHIP workers are key supporting characters as these stories unfold, and your support plays a critical role in writing happier, healthier stories. Our deepest thanks to each of you for being part of the CHiP family in 2018. Our partnership with local families to help them provide nurturing homes and raise healthy children includes everyone in our community every day as we work to improve the lives of children. In 2018, our work together positively affected the lives of 540 babies and young children, throughout Albemarle, Charlottesville, Fluvanna and Louisa. Instead of facing challenges and uncertainty alone, our local families have CHiP’s support. We hope you will join us in writing more stories of hope and success for our CHiP children in the coming year. CHIP means children’s health, and your support means more children will grow up healthy and ready to succeed in school and in life. Thank you for your support! With warmest regards,

Valerie Palamountain Chair, CHiP Board of Directors

Jon Nafziger Executive Director

CHiP Board of Directors Valerie Palamountain, Chair Shane Cook Barry Fontaine Mary E. Gibson Claudette Grant Sharla P. Klingel Sharon Millner Cara Pates Susan Payne Carolyn Pettit Jim Plews-Ogan Mimi Scully Andrea Tribastone Autumn Wade Erica Wheat Elizabeth Willingham Jon Nafziger 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 improved 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.

Last year, CHiP staff made

3,940 home visits

throughout Charlottesville, Albemarle, Fluvanna, and Louisa counties.

540 children in 342 families benefited from the work of CHiP and our community of support.

Financial Summary for FY2018* WHERE OUR MONEY COMES FROM: 40% Local Government $735,185 29% Individuals and Foundations $531,612 22% CHIP of Virginia $414,839 7% United Way $125,928 2% Fee for Service $37,706 Other $9,404

(includes value of donated services, unrealized gains, and earned interest)

Total Revenues for FY2017: $1,854,674

WHERE OUR MONEY GOES: 88% Program Services $1,595,503 7% Management $126,357 5% Fundraising $94,867 Total Expenses for FY2018: $1,816,727 *July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018

CHiP’s home visiting program is effective because of the trusted relationships our diverse, knowledgeable, and compassionate staff build with CHiP families.

CHiP works. Data shows that after one year with CHiP: 98% of children have a medical home for sick and prenatal care. 97% of parents demonstrate positive parent-child interactions. 94% of children are up to date on their immunizations. 90% of children met essential milestones on the Ages and Stages developmental screening tool, and those who need further assessments receive them.

87% of children are up to date on well-child care. 84% of age-eligible children were enrolled in preschool or child care. 76% of CHiP babies have been breastfed. 60% of families have at least one parent employed. 16% of children had a newly identified developmental delay. 3% of children needed dental care and did not receive it. 0% of children needed medical care and did not receive it. The earliest years of a child’s life are critical for brain development, for growth, and for long-term health. If we don’t support healthy development in children, we aren’t going to have healthy adults to carry on the work of community.

Improving Birth Outcomes

Families enrolled in CHiP are less likely to have low birthweight and preterm babies. On average, 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.

Addressing Disparities in Health Care

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. CHiP’s Neighborhood Outreach Project has created a downtown team dedicated to serving our historically African American neighborhoods. In addition, two part-time health educators were hired from within the community, all with the goal of building relationships and being a trusted neighborhood resource.

Reaching the Hard-to-Reach

Isolation, transportation, and limited access to services and resources are real obstacles for some families living in our rural communities. Home visits can be uniquely valuable to these parents desiring the kind of support that CHiP offers.

Equipping Pregnant and Parenting Teens for Success

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.


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.

“I was feeling very defeated and CHiP was there to say, “Hey, everything is going to be OK, and we’re going to help you get there. We’re going to help you reach your goals; we’re going to help you get through this hard time in your life.” -Tracy, CHiP mom and 2018 Imagine Award honoree.

Because every parent wants to be the best parent they can be.

Tracy’s Story When Tracy enrolled in CHiP, her sons were 3 and 6. She had lost her husband in an automobile accident and then her home to foreclosure. Her oldest son began having behavioral issues at school, and both boys were having behavioral issues at home. Besides the usual challenges of parenting two active boys, Tracy was in crisis. Tracy worked with her CHiP team on parenting strategies that would increase her confidence in addressing problem behaviors as well as a variety of typical child development issues. Her team connected her to resources that would help address her son’s speech delay, find affordable childcare and preschool options, and get her finances in order. CHiP was also able to help Tracy address her own mental health and unresolved grief by connecting her to in-home mental health counseling services. The encouragement and support Tracy received from her knowledgable and compasssionate CHiP team has given her the confidence and resources to provide a home where she and her boys can heal and thrive.

In fact, at families’ annual updates, the Survey of Parenting Practices show: • a 45% increase in Parenting Knowledge • a 35% increase in Parenting Confidence • a 36% increase in Parenting Ability • a 34% increase in positive Parenting Behaviors

For families enrolled more than 15 months, those numbers increased to: • a 112% increase in Parenting Knowledge • a 89% increase in Parenting Confidence • a 64% increase in Parenting Ability • a 104% increase in positive Parenting Behaviors

Many thanks to our community of support. $100,000 or more Adiuvans Foundation Albemarle County CHIP of Virginia City of Charlottesville United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area

Katherine Brooks and George Beller Karen Fairchild Foxfield Racing Association* Grace Episcopal Church Fred and Stasia Greenewalt Hantzmon Wiebel LLP Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Quayle III $10,000-99,999 Catherine J. Rotolo Anonymous Twentieth Century Merchants Fund of Bama Works Fund of Dave Matthews the Charlottesville-Albemarle Retail Band in CACF Merchants Association Batten Family Fund in CACF United Bank The Charlottesville Radio Group* University of Virginia School of Nursing Mike and Mary Chinn Wells Fargo The Community Endowment Fund in CACF Westminster Presbyterian Church The Dammann Fund John Will Farkas Family Foundation Maya Wood and Company* Fluvanna County Harvest Moon Catering* $1,000-1,999 Louisa County James Amato The Rimora Foundation Anonymous (2) Katherine L. Rhyne and Charles W. Axten Carlos and Desha Armengol Mimi O’Connell Scully BB&T* Sterba Family Fund in CACF Meredith Benusa University of Virginia Health System Bob and Karen Boyle The Wardle Family Foundation Children’s Dentistry of Charlottesville Elizabeth Willingham Chad and Blair Ciesil Myra M. Cooper $5,000-9,999 Martin and Alida Couric Julie Christopher and Marge Connelly Cove Presbyterian Church The Dogwood Foundation* Frank and Fran Feigert Friends for Youth Barry and Dorrie Fontaine The Heymann Foundation Robert S. and Mary E. Gibson Inez Duff Bishop Charitable Trust The Heiner Family Fund in CACF Louisa County Community Fund Dennis Holmberg* in CACF Randy and Lisa Huffman Jim and Peggy Plews-Ogan Carol Hurst and Jon Nafziger PYMWYMI Fund Dawn and Bobby Jenkins Quantitative Investment Management Martin and Sharla Klingel Kevin and Carolyn Schuyler Matt and Meredith McClellan Silverchair Information Systems William D. McGarity Virginia Eagle Distributing Company Oakwood Foundation Old Dominion National Bank $2,000-4,999 S&P Global Market Intelligence Anonymous Al and Vickie Southall Book Baskets* Andrea Tribastone and Mohan Nadkarni

Your contributions make amazing things happen! Donations for FY18 received between July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018

University of Virginia Office for Diversity and Equity Autumn Wade

John and Alyson Ball Barbara Baumbusch Kathie Beard Frank Berry $500-999 Rudy Beverly Anonymous Phyllis Binder Rives and Carey Bailey Karen and Warren Boeschenstein Robert B. Cathcart Daniel Bowman Carol F. Clarke and Dr. Stephen Clarke Butch and Susan Brodie CoConstruct Peter and Nancy Brooks Deborah A. Cohn and Charlotte J. Patterson Jacki Bryant Congregation Beth Israel Marie Buffmire Sarah Cooper Judy Campbell and Michael Henke Effort Baptist Church* Carter Meyers Automotive Fernald Family Fund in CACF Rosamund Casey Erin Garcia Charlottesville Friends Meeting Bill and Nancy Gordon Robert and Janis Chevalier Heidi and Ned Gumble Gerald Clore Paul and Maria Henderson Dave Collier Jennifer Hendrick Communitas Consulting Peter and Susan Kools Josephine Conover Robin and Barbara Lee John Conover Lenhart Pettit, Attorneys at Law George and Deborah Conway Sharon Millner Robert and Elizabeth Cook Montague Miller and Company Shane and Caroline Cook Valerie Palamountain Jenn and Brian Corbey Susan Payne Katie Cowen David and Carolyn Pettit Margery and Tom Daniel Tom Raney Virginia Daugherty Stanley Martin Companies, LLC Bridget Davis Stillfield Fund I in CACF Lucille Digges Gary Taylor Doug Dodd Kirk and Cathy Train Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation Virginia National Bank Dorman Weiss Family Fund in CACF Lindsay Dorrier Jr. Volvo of Charlottesville Bruce and Diane Dotson Erica and Zach Wheat Bob and Pattie Downer Steven Zeichner and Rachel Moon Amy Eichenberger Caroline Emerson Under $500 Steven and Jane Engel Jonno Alcaro Joann Faillace Dela Alexander John and Renee Ferguson Susan Almarode Ellen Fisher Anonymous (17) William and Marcela Foshay Dyan Aretakis Paul Freedman and Kim Langford Elizabeth Frieberg Rives and Betty Bailey Lynette Friesen David and Lori Balaban

Under $500 (cont.) 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 Ken and Heidi Graff Greg and Ginger Graham Claudette Grant and Juandiego Wade Yacov and Sonja Haimes Linda Hitchings Fred and Mary Hitz Shannon Holland Holly Grove Christian Women’s Fellowship Joyce and Michael Holt Sharon Hostler Richard and Susan Howard-Smith Jessica Humphreys Ron Ignotz and Alicia Lenahan Ashley Jurney Drs. Neil and Lee Kassell Dirk Katstra Judy Kavanagh Mark and Meg Keeley Laurie Kelly Wally and Karla Kirtley Christina Knicely James Larner Michael Latsko Linda Levin Lester Andrew and Deborah Lockman Ed and Carolyn Lowry Kevin Lynch Faye Male Carol Manning and Eric Turkheimer Dave and Kristen Martel Heather and Ryan McClellan Diantha McKeel

Dan and Mary-Lewis Meador Mark and Julie Mendelsohn Robert S. and Ann M. Michel 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 Jeanne Orell Gary Palmer Robert Pates Brandy Patterson and Richard Shannon Drs. Periello and Shah Kathryn Phillips Edgar Pierce Eddie Pinson Judy Randle John R. Redick Fund in CACF Paul and Amy Rentz Mary Rice Walker and Hallie Richmond David and Debbie Ripley RoomKey Chelsea and Steve Rosinski Jane Saunders Rebecca Scharf James Schlotauer and Gretchen Ellis Rusty and Laura Schundler Sharon and Stuart Scott Valerie Semer Mr. and Mrs. William G. Shenkir Joan Shettig Matthew and Marlena Simon Brian and Jen Slaughter Ned and Anne Slaughter Dede Smith Judy Smith Jeff and Linda Sobel United Way Day of Caring volunteers from UVA

Back to school supply drive by Hometown Helping Hands


Phil and Julie Sparks Lynsie Steele Betty Stokes Story House Thomas M. Strassburg Jay and Betsy Swett Edward and Louise Tayloe Angela Taylor Sharon Taylor Anne B. Ternes Mary Tillman The Trebour Family Sharon Veith Vineyard Vines Cammie and Mike Waite Robert Walters and Janet Muse Mitzi Ware Katherine and John Warren Juliana Weaver Page and Peggy Williams Betsy Woodard * includes in-kind donations

An investment in the future is an especially meaningful way to honor someone’s life and legacy. We are thankful for gifts inspired by the following people: In honor of: The 3 Amigos - Marian, Madeleine, & Donna Couples Prayer Group Seth and Cara Pates Jim and Peggy Plews-Ogan Walker Richmond Mimi O’Connell Scully Judy Smith Elizabeth Willingham And in loving memory of: Dana Woodward McGarity

And special thanks to our community of support that generously gives their time and talent, donates goods and services, and collects needed health and safety items for our families. 3 C’s Cakes Albemarle County Rotary Club Blue Ridge Area Food Bank Bodo’s Bagels Body Balancing Center Charlottesville Families in Action Chick-Fil-a Church of Our Savior Doubletree by Hilton Care Committee Harris Teeter Hometown Helping Hands Junior League of Charlottesville Kroger Little Gym Love No Ego Party Starts Here Pearl’s Bakery PRI International Robert Walters Robin Macklin Photography Roots St. James Episcopal Church of Louisa St. Paul’s Memorial Church Sticks Kebob Shop Toy Lift Charities UVA Athletics UVA Curry School of Education Wegmans Westminister Presbyterian Church

We do our best to present the accurate information. Please don’t hesitate to bring any errors or omissions to our attention.

hair - Undisputed Human Foosball Champs

Greenstone Girls Group

Safety supply drive by BB&T

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CHiP means children’s health. We change lives two generations at a time.