CEO Report-February 2020
Our Mission Carole's House of Hope provides transitional living for young women and mothers who have aged out of foster care or have become homeless.Our home-like environment, paired with innovative programs and services, encourages self-sufficiency and independence, promotes healing and ultimately restores hope.
To ignite hope in women and mothers and inspire them to discover their individual promise, purpose and power to influence their families, impact their communities and change their world.
Women 19-26 and children to age 9
CHH 18-month program for women and mothers that have aged out of foster care or have become homeless.
$250 monthly fee includes: case management, room, bedding, therapy, 24-hour staff, variety of groups
Dollars saved and provided to participants to utilize towards move out expenses (w/9mth commitment)
Program Updates and Needs
Currently 14 women and 15 children
Completed 2020 AOP
No leadership staff changes-Program staff at full capacity
2020 Financial Review is underway with Bland and Associates
Hired fulltime Jill Krelle, LMHP provisional to assist Gail Williams with behavioral health
2 Participants began working part time at CHH...
Have one participant that may be in our Aftercare “apartment” program
Youth Jewish Giving $1,500(Decision will be March 22)
Applications to be submitted
First National $10,000
Weitz 20,000-Approved...to receive in May
Kim Foundation $25,000...received in January
Received an additional check for $56,807 for roof and a/c repairs-awaiting meeting date with Children’s. Roofers will discuss remaining needs with insurance company. The amount paid is still about $100k short of bid.