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Crisis Nursery Programming - Fiscal Year 2016
Annual Report July 2015 – June 2016

Profile of Crisis Nursery

The profile of Crisis Nursery consists of total numbers served in both our Safe Children & Strong Families programs.

Unduplicated Children Served     860
Unduplicated Caregivers Served 819

These caregivers and children create the following:

Unduplicated Families Served         541

Safe Children Program

Admissions into Safe Children Program        5,048
Safe Children Crisis Care Hours 33,735

Profile of Children Served

African American               42%
Caucasian 27%
Bi-Racial 18%
Hispanic 12%
Asian 0.5%
 Other 0.5%

Reasons for Admissions

Parental Stress 40%
Job/School Related Crisis 33%
Medical Related 13.5%
Home Crisis 6%
Public/Support Services 2.5%
Court Related 2%
Mental Health 2%
Domestic Violence 1%

Strong Families Program

Parent Support Groups 70
Parent-Child Interaction Groups 64
Home Visits 1,024
Nurturing Parenting Education Classes 16
Community & Agency Referrals 1,176
Follow-up Activities 3,463
Basic Need Items Given to Families     $37,533

Crisis Nursery’s Program Outcomes

Outcomes are measured by self-reporting client surveys for both the Safe Children & Strong Family programs. Out of 337 families surveyed in fiscal year 2016:  

  • 74% reported a decreased level in their stress
  • 94% reported a reduced risk of maltreatment
  • 96% reported an improvement in parenting skills

Making it possible with their gift…

Our volunteers assist us with our Safe Children and Strong Family programs, special events, beautiful gardens, mailings and our fundraisers.

Crisis Nursery Volunteers 772
Crisis Nursery Volunteer Hours 19,650
*The monetary value of their time $453,326

    *The Independent Sector estimates the dollar value of volunteer time as $23.07 per hour for Fiscal Year 2016.