Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Finances

Revenue

  • Private Donations & Grants
  • In-Kind & Non-cash
  • Gov't Support
  • Interest & Other Income

Private Donations & Grants: $1,454,321
In-Kind and Non-Cash: $8,063,114
Government Support: $437,944
Interest & Other Income: $109,256

Program Expenses

  • Medical Program
  • Crisis Program
  • Housing Program

Medical Program: $8,208,430
Crisis Program: $910,784
Housing Program: $472,559

Administrative v. Program Costs

  • Program Costs
  • Admin Costs

Program Costs: $9,591,773
Administrative Costs: $533,722

Open Door Clinic

Nearly 2,000 patients call our Open Door Clinic their medical home, receiving high quality medical care from volunteer doctors, nurses, pharmacists, lab techs and more. Community partnerships allow us to refer patients to specialists at no charge, and to offer in-house mental health counseling. Our voucher program allows clients who may not need our clinic – they already have a prescription but can’t afford to fill it – to stay on their medication, which can mean keeping their job, their home and their family together.

Patient Outcomes

60%

Diabetes patients with
A1c below 7.0

Nationals Standard: 35%

68%

Hypertensive patients with
blood pressure below 140/90

Nationals Standard: 59%

4 in 5

Reduced work absenteeism
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"The Open Door Clinic opened a lot of doors that I didn't even know existed within my body"

-Gwenerva, Clinic Patient
Read Gwenerva's Story

39,251

Prescriptions Filled

8,494

Lab Tests

5,861

Medical Visits

4,051

Immunizations & Procedures

Crisis Support Services

Urban Ministries’ Hunger & Nutrition Program provides a week’s groceries to as many as 50 families each weekday. Last year, we distributed 250 tons of food and served more than 8,000 families, including 11,000 hungry children. Clients are shoppers, choosing the foods they know will benefit their families most. Crisis volunteers also issue life-saving prescription vouchers (separate from the Clinic), and provide "warm" connections to dozens of partner agencies.

22,990

Individuals Fed

2,405

Prescriptions Filled

1,640

Community Connections

Food Pantry Shopper

"It was the first full meal I’ve had in weeks, I’ve been just eating to survive, and last night I had a balanced meal”

-Barbara, Pantry Shopper

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Helen Wright Center

Our Helen Wright Center for Women provides safe shelter, warm food, and genuine care to as many as 36 homeless women each night. Caseworkers connect clients to services in the community. Each woman’s story—and need—is unique.

307

Women Sheltered

27,328

Meals Served

135

Group Activities

61% of Homeless Women Moved from Program into Permanent Housing

"With me not being in this situation before, you think people will look down on you, but they'e not like that here. It's been a welcoming experience"

-Tracy, Helen Wright Graduate
Read Tracy's Story

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