Jefferson Area CHiP
annual report 2015
CHiP Family and Friends,
A Message from the Executive Director
What a year for Jefferson Area CHiP! It has been so exciting for me to join the CHiP team in June. Our Board and our supporters are wonderful. Our dedicated nurses and parent educators are truly inspiring to watch as they partner with families to improve the lives of local children. I have been warmly welcomed and love being part of CHiP! In last year’s annual report, our founder and long-time director, Judy Smith, stated: “For all the changes, a few very important things have remained the same: We still use a team approach with a nurse and a family support worker working together to meet the health and social needs of families. We still believe that if given the opportunity and support, families can overcome barriers and can provide nurturing homes for their children. And while we collect tons of data and have excellent outcomes, we still value relationships with families that support change.” These words are truer than ever. This is CHiP’s approach -- focusing on building positive relationships in the home and highlighting family strengths amid challenges. As you will see in this report, CHiP continues its work as a leader in preparing children for success in school and beyond. We are creating a brighter future for each of the over 500 children we worked with in 2015. And each of you make that future possible. Thank you for partnering with CHiP families and our staff in improving so many lives. Your support makes a tremendous difference, and we look forward together to a great 2016 for our community’s children! You are always welcome to stop in and visit your family here at CHiP! With warmest regards, Jon Nafziger, Executive Director
A Note from our Board Chair Dear CHiP Partners, Do you know that just as we partner with families, you partner with CHiP families, too? Your interest and your support make CHiP’s home-visiting services possible. Through this work, we aid parents to become better teachers of their children so they are ready to begin school; we assist in connecting them to health resources; and we guide families towards self-sufficiency. This report tells the quantitative story of this work, but the qualitative part is the real story. If you haven’t viewed the videos of CHiP families on our website (www.jachip.org/category/stories), please do. They provide a great window into the work that you make possible. Thank you for your partnership! Sincerely, Mary E. Gibson, Chair Jefferson Area CHiP Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors
Our Focus CHiPâ€™s mission: We partner with families to create nurturing home environments and promote the health and well-being of children in our community. We:
Mary E. Gibson, Ph.D., R.N., Chair Robert Boyle, M.D. Shane Cook Barry Fontaine Lila Heymann, L.C.S.W., M.A. Sharla P. Klingel, Esq. Sharon Millner, M.Ed. Jim Ogan, M.D. Valerie Palamountain, M.S. 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. Elizabeth Willingham
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 FY2015* WHERE OUR MONEY COMES FROM Local Government Support $725,703
Local Government Support Support
CHIP of VA CHIP of
CHIP of Virginia $335,783** Individuals and Foundations $272,191 United Way $131,542
WHERE OUR MONEY GOES
Fee for Service
Program Services Program Services Management Management
Fundraising $86,454 Total Expenses for FY2015: $1,389,129 **Includes funds restricted for FY2016
Program Services $1,200,691
*FY15 runs July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015
Individuals and Foundations
Fee for Service
Fee for Service $51,690 Total Revenues for FY2015**: $1,513,719
Individuals and Foundations
State Grant United
State Grant $48,500
Equipping and empowering families, We meet families right where they live, with
4,055 home visits
Families enrolled in CHiP are less likely to have low birthweight and preterm babies, and CHiP babies spend 44% fewer days in the NICU. On average, one day in the NICU costs $3,000 or more.
79 pregnant moms received prenatal case management.
who were pregnant or parenting got help keeping focused on their education and their futures. 6 of our 7 senior Parenteen moms graduated from high school last spring. Thatâ€™s delivering hope... two generations at a time.
were healthier, happier and better prepared for school, and parents gained confidence in their role as their childâ€™s first and best teacher.
strengthening our community. CHiP WORKS.
73 refugee families were served by our diverse and culturally competent staff.
Data shows that after one year with CHiP, 100% of children have a medical home.
89% of children are up
to date on well-child visits, a 29% increase from the time of enrollment.
who successfully achieved a level of parenting knowledge and skill to graduate from CHiP services.
96% of children were up
to date on their immunizations.
82% of children had met
essential milestones on the Ages and Stages Developmental screening tool, and those who needed further assessments had received them.
We provide clinical placements to from the UVA School of Nursing each year.
83% of parents met or
exceeded measures for nurturing their children.
65% of families have at
least one parent employed, a 40% increase from the time of enrollment.
42% decrease of families with unmet food needs.
3possible Imagine Award Winners show itâ€™s to overcome significant obstacles and flourish.
thank you Many thanks to the following donors who made generous contributions to CHiP between January 1-December 31, 2015.
$100,000 or more Anonymous(1) United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area
$1000-1999 James Amato Eze Amos* Anonymous (2) $10,000-99,999 Elizabeth Birdsall and Eric Young Adiuvans Foundation Bob and Karen Boyle Anonymous(1) Katherine Brooks and George Beller Batten Family Fund in CACF Shane and Caroline Cook The Charles Fund Congregation Beth Israel Harvest Moon Catering* Nicolas and Jill Douthit The Perry Foundation Frank and Fran Feigert Barry and Dorrie Fontaine $5000-9999 Heiner Family Fund in CACF Bama Works Fund of Dave Matthews William D. McGarity Band in CACF Sharon and Jamal Millner Mike and Mary Chinn Nick and Natasha Lawler Community Endowment Fund in CACF Lenhart Pettit, Attorneys at Law The Dammann Fund Frank and Peggy Quayle Farkas Family Foundation Ronald McDonald House Charities Folk Hero Films* University of Virginia Office for Friends for Youth Diversity and Equity The Heymann Foundation Autumn Wade Inez Duff Bishop Charitable Trust J&E Berkley Foundation $500-999 Louisa County Community Fund Carlos and Desha Armengol in CACF BB&T Jim and Peggy Plews-Ogan Dyan Aretakis and Stuart Berr Kathy Rhyne and Chuck Axten Linda Bullock Mimi Oâ€™Connell Scully Rip and Millie Cathcart Elizabeth Willingham Elizabeth Carpenter and Dan Feigert Charlottesville Friends Meeting $2000-4999 Kaye Cooper Book Baskets* Shirley S. French Julie Christopher and Marge Connelly Fred and Stasia Greenewalt Robert S. and Mary E. Gibson Randy and Lisa Huffman Dennis Holmberg* Carol Hurst and Jon Nafziger Martin and Sharla Klingel Blair M. Kelly Merkle|RKG Christine Kennedy Catherine Rotolo Grace Episcopal Church Keswick Silverchair Information Systems Robin and Barbara Lee SNL Cares Foundation Ed and Janet Miller (West Wind University of Virginia Childrenâ€™s Foundation) Hospital Montague, Miller and Company University of Virginia School of Nursing Realtors Wells Fargo Randall and Liza Moorman Westminster Presbyterian Church Matthew and Mary Murray
Oakwood Foundation Old Dominion National Bank David and Carolyn Pettit Quantitative Investment Management Fund in CACF Walker and Hallie Richmond Graham and Rebecca Scharf Kevin and Caroline Schuyler Sentara Martha Jefferson Hospital Judy Smith Al and Vickie Southall Heather Troudt Travinia Under $500 Lisa Adkins Albemarle County Rotary Club* Alere Informatics Anonymous(6) Dyan Aretakis and Stuart Berr Curtis Argo Dr. Rosa Atkins Margaret Baird David and Lori Balaban Doug and Eleanor Barrese Frank Berry Rudy Beverly Phyllis Binder Susan and Jonathan Blank Andy and Kelli Block Body Balancing Center* Anna Boeschenstein/Grounded Landscape Architecture and Design Peter and Liza Borches Kathleen and Daniel Bowman Jacki Bryant Marie Buffmire Sarah Carter Rosamund Casey Robert and Janis Chevalier Steve and Carol Clarke George Cohen Communitas Consulting John Conklin Deborah Conway Robert and Elizabeth Cook
thank you Your support makes amazing things happen!
Sarah Cooper Martin and Alida Couric Cove Prebyterian Church Tim and Bridget Davis Ken and Lucille Digges Bob and Pattie Downer Earl and Louise Dudley Gretchen Ellis and James Schlothauer Steven and Jane Engel Susan Goins-Eplee Joan Faillace Doug Ford and Deena Hurwitz William and Marcela Foshay Jeffrey and Kay Fracher Paul Freedman and Kim Langford Elizabeth Frieberg Frank and Sue Friedman Lynette Friesen Molly Fulton Bryan Garey Peter and Vicki Generelly Joe and Sally Gieck Bill and Nancy Gordon Ned and Heidi Gumble Erin Hall Fern Hauck Kara and Andrew Hawkins Rosemary Heflin Michael J. Henke and Judy S. Campbell Fred and Mary Hitz Pat and Sharon Hogan Sharon Hogan Simona Holloway-Warren Holly Grove Christian Women’s Fellowship Richard and Susan Howard-Smith Brian and Andrea Hubbell Gary and Janie Hunter Elizabeth Irvin Dawn and Bobby Jenkins Drs. Neil and Lee Kassell Lawrence and Judith Kavanagh Mark and Meg Keeley Jessica Keim-Malpass James and Elizabeth Kennan
Douglas and Deborah Kingma Mike and Valerie Kirkman Patricia Kline Scott and Karen Knierim Kona Ice Diane Krehmeyer Harriet Kuhr Ludwig Kuttner and Susan Krischel James Larner Olive and Ron Lear Alicia Lenahan Linda Levin Lester Andrew and Deborah Lockman Valerie and Don Long Kevin Lynch William and Nicole Lynch Carol Manning and Eric Turkheimer Robert and Cherri Marvin Kelli McCaskill Grey and Sarah McLean Jane and Mike McQueen Moms Club of Charlottesville Mylinda Moore Preston and Sherri Moore Matthew B. and Mary P.Y. Murray Tony O’Brien Kelly O’Connell David and Alix Paget-Brown Valerie Palamountain Pampered Chef Brandy Patterson and Richard Shannon Elayne Phillips Eddie Pinson Kathy Ralston and Mike McMahan Judy Randle John and Jan Redick Paul and Amy Rentz Mary Rice David and Debbie Ripley Steve and Chelsea Rosinski David and Allison Saunier David Schmidle A. Frederick and Linda Seaman Peter and Jane-Ashley Skinner Joan Shettig
Betty Stokes Ruth Stone Thomas Strassburg Edward and Louise Tayloe Anne B. Ternes Paul and Sarah Tesoriere Mary Jean Thiele Mac and Elsie Thompson Gary and Maggie Timmons Tompkins Family Charitable Fund Kirk and Cathy Train Andrea Tribastone and Mohan Nadkarni Molly and Dustin Vaselaar Sharon Veith Erika Viccellio Juandiego Wade and Claudette Grant Mike and Cammie Waite Mitzi Ware Page and Peggy Williams Elizabeth Woodard Meg and Richard Zakin 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 and given in honor of the following people: Susan Borches Elizabeth Carpenter Marietta Feigert Barry and Dorrie Fontaine Pamela French Christine Kennedy Ann Meyers Carolyn Pettit Walker Richmond Judy Smith Donna Sutton UVA School of Nursing Dean’s Council Elizabeth Willingham And in loving memory of: Dana Woodward McGarity Carmela and Charles S. Rotolo * includes in-kind donations
April 24, 2016 Mark your calendars and get your team together for our second annual human foosball tournament! Register your team or become a sponsor: www.jachip.org/foosball
1469 Greenbrier Place | Charlottesville, VA 22901
ANNUAL REPORT 2015