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Of human fr a n n I e pe a bO dy cen t er annual repOrt 2006: dignity a letter from our director Dear friend, patti capouch, lcSW Executive Director It’s been quite a year at Frannie Peabody Center! 2006 Board of Directors In 2006, we served more people in Maine at risk for, or living with, HIV/AIDS than robert Hark, esq. ever before. And we’ve continued to strive for wise strategic planning, programs that re- President ally work, strong partnerships in the community, and effective public advocacy. Wendy r. cherubini Why? Because even today, after 25 years, we’re still fighting the stigma of HIV/AIDS. The Vice-President disease is more widespread but also, in some ways, more invisible. And there’s still no cure. Steven G. McGrath Yet the people we serve are right here! They’re our neighbors, our friends, our family. Secretary And they deserve human kindness, dignity, quality care, and a safe home just as surely as Jon Bradley, DSW you and I do. Arthur A. Aleshire Now, however, in the face of even bigger challenges, funding sources are growing John Hatcher scarcer just as costs are increasing. We had to close our supplemental-food pantry in Peter Haffenreffer August for lack of funding, for example, and the cost of heating our Peabody House Ann M. E. Lemire, MD Assisted Living Facility went up 33% last winter, and promises to rise even more this Sam Surprise coming winter. Tough stuff. Daniel C. D’Entremont That’s why we’re so grateful you’re reading this annual report. Please keep read- R. Scott Hawkins ing! We couldn’t do our work without your care, your commitment, and your financial Caroline Teschke, MD support. The Center’s staff, board, volunteers, and partner organizations are making a Mark Register difference in so many people’s lives. We hope you’ll join us—and make a difference, too. Thomas McLaughlin, Ph.D. Thank you, Main Office and cumberland county Services 335 Valley Street Portland, ME 04102 Robert S. Hark, Esq. Patti Capouch, LCSW Phone: (207) 774-6877 Fax: (207) 879-0761 President, Board of Directors Executive Director york county client Services Meadowbrook Plaza 647 US Route 1, Suite 303 Our programs York, ME 03909 P.O. Box 724, HIV prevention Our case managers spent more than 4,000 York, ME 03909 Phone: (207) 363-3558 or O ur prevention team promotes HIV/ AIDS awareness in the community and reduces risk behaviors by providing informa- hours in direct contact with 267 clients in 2006 (up 26% over 2005), including 50 new intakes—more than ever before. Toll Free: (866) 439-8075 Fax: (207) 363-3996 tion, resources, and anonymous testing. We offered comprehensive assistance in In 2006, we provided 70 hours of commu- obtaining help with life planning, medical HIV prevention Services nity education and 600 hours of outreach to care, legal advice, mental health and sub- 49 Oak Street, Portland 7,000 at-risk Maine men and women, includ- stance use counseling, insurance coverage, Office: (207) 871-0216 ing GLBTQ youth and adults, people who financial assistance, and housing. We made Fax: (207) 871-0219 are addicted to drugs or alcohol, women in more than 1,000 successful referrals and dis- HIV Testing: (207) 749-6818 prison, people who are homeless, and racial bursed over $50,000 in funds to help clients Men’s Health: (207) 807-4586 and ethnic minorities. with unreimbursed medical expenses. We also tested 496 at-risk individuals In keeping with national trends, the de- peabody House for HIV infection and 71 for STD infec- mographic profile of our clients has changed Portland, Maine tion. (Early diagnosis is a key part of stay- significantly. We saw more women (indeed, Ph: (207) 774-6281 ing healthy longer.) Testing at our Portland women with HIV could soon outnumber Fax: (207) 879-4947 storefront office grew 129% over that of the men) and more people of African descent, previous 12 months. For every 83 people including African-Americans as well as immi- www.peabodycenter.org grants and refugees from Africa. Almost 10% tested, one was HIV positive. firstname.lastname@example.org of our clients spoke no English or spoke it as client Services a second language. Half reported household On the cover Our client-centered care program aims to help incomes at or below the federal poverty level. Staff and residents at Peabody improve the quality of life and self-determination And more than 75% reported mental health House, Spring 2006 of Maine people living with HIV/AIDS. issues, substance use issues, or both. residential Services Eight people lived at Peabody House in 2006. We help people living with HIV/AIDS find or maintain a HAVEN is a federally funded, statewide housing collabo- safe, stable home. ration between Frannie Peabody Center, the city of Portland, Our Peabody House is Maine’s only assisted living facil- Shalom House, and Ryan White, providers of HIV case man- ity for people living with HIV/AIDS. Peabody House is a agement and medical care. It provides rental subsidies; short- six-bed facility that provides room, board and assistance term assistance with mortgage, rent, and utility payments; and with activities of daily living. A team of social service and support services exclusively to people living with HIV/AIDS. nursing care providers work together to provide 24-hour HAVEN served 216 clients statewide in 2006, helping 95% of care and support to residents of varying levels of need. them find or maintain permanent housing. 2006 Financials F rannie Peabody Center had an annual operating budget of approximately $2.4 million in 2006, 90% of which came from federal and state government grants and pro- please see In Gratitude on the back page of this annual report or visit our website, at www.peabodycenter.org. In 2006, we spent more than $700,000 on client as- grams. We were also the recipient of grants and generous sistance and program supplies, including medical supplies donations from numerous private organizations, foun- and safer-sex kits, and $1.4 million on personnel and other dations, and individuals that helped us build additional costs directly related to the provision of client services. We service capacity, subsidize shortfalls in public funding, and are proud of our financial acumen and ability to get honest stay responsive to an ever-changing disease. To learn more, value for our dollar. revenues by Source expenses by program Total Revenue: $2,376,225 Total Expenses: $2,384,340 Case Contributions Management $105,759 $420,051 Program Revenue Prevention $40,055 Peabody House Services $544,633 $223,754 Government Contracts United Way $2,153,428 $34,635 Management and General Foundations $206,160 $26,872 Housing Programs Other Revenue $909,994 Development $11,864 $79,748 Investment Income $3,613 the challenges ahead A s part of carrying forward and expanding our work, we’ll be tackling the following challenges in 2007 and beyond: cal, and private funds—to help us hire new staff to serve our ever-growing caseload, reach more rural communi- ties, and offer low-barrier access to mental health and • Overcoming the obstacles to, and stigma of, compre- substance abuse counseling services. hensive HIV/STD/hepatitis testing and care in Maine’s • Finding ways to pay for the more than $40,000 in direct York County, including the establishment of a Needle administrative and evaluation costs that are not reim- Exchange Project. bursed by our federal housing grants. • Balancing client requests for social opportunities, food, • Finding donations of labor and supplies to make needed and housing assistance against the 2006 Ryan White structural improvements to Peabody House—including Treatment Modernization Act’s call for more medically a new roof, flooring, windows, and kitchen repairs— focused case management services. that are not covered in Peabody House’s MaineCare cost • Developing more outside resources—such as federal, lo- reimbursement structure. In Gratitude $10,000 and Higher Dr. Lani Graham Congregation Bet Ha’Am Ben and Frankie Odom Brenda Chute Scarborough Middle School Mr. and Mrs. Reis F. Hagerman Linda & Ross Converse, in memory of Brian Ollariu and Chad Fernandez TJ Clinch Rev. Linda Peyton Hancock and David Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olum, in Rita M. Coutu $1,000 - $9,999 Morris C. Hancock Ms. Joann Cook, in memory of Robin memory of Robin Lambert Robert Dow Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aleshire Mr. Joseph R. Hanslip Lambert Mr. Steve Ouellette, in memory of Suzanne Lacroix Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Harwood Mr. and Mrs. William K. Cormier Robin Lambert Michael Lothrop Mr. Kevin Beal R. Scott Hawkins and Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Coughlin Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Page Brenda Miller Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bowie Ross M. Harpestad Mrs. Mary A. Crabb and Mrs. Angela Paris Wade L. McClay Bonny Eagle High School Peter and Judith Haynes Joanne M. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Paulhus Della S. Raymond Ms. Sara Crisp and Mr. Gregg Lipton Ms. Janet Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Creighton Shirley M. Pelletier Gerard Samson Ms. Madeleine G. Corson Mr. Vernon Moore Mr. Terence Cronin and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton D. Pendleton Kristen Schluntz The Episcopal Church Mr. Mark Irwin Ms. Linda Snow Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan D. Pert Margaret A. Spann of St. Mary the Virgin Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. LaFountain Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Crowley Ms. Mary Frances Polito, in honor of Marilyn H. Thomas First Congregational Church Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Laskoff Donna Crowninshield and Joshua D. Cutler Pamela A. Warren Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glickman Mr. and Mrs. John Leary Allen Westberry Mr. Charles L. Pollock Hannaford Bros. Co. Mr. Gaston Lee Mr. Ernest Curtin Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Powers Gift in Kind Mr. Tim Stein Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Leeman Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Cutler Allen and Margaret Pusch AAA Mr. and Mrs. A. Holmes Stockly Dr. and Mrs. Richard Lemieux Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Davis, in Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Ralston Admiral’s Inn Caroline Teschke Ms. Rosalind W. Lewis memory of Robin Lambert Ms. Marion H. Redlon Arthur and Julie Aleshire Dr. and Mrs. Chris Lutes Ms. Shirley Delosier, in memory of Mr. Robert R. Renwick and Artemesia Cafe $500 - $999 Mr. James W. McCalla Robin Lambert Mr. Ivan P. Jenny Bagel Works Mr. John Anton and Mr. and Ms. Scott Meighen Diane and John Delvin Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Reynolds Bikram Yoga College of India, Portland Ms. Renee H. Schwalberg Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Morash Mrs. and Mr. Wendy Derzawiec Ms. Marilyn Reynolds Mr. Donald Bisson Coffee By Design, Inc. Randall Mullin and Florian Daniels Mr. and Mrs. William Drake Leslie Richfield and Scott Horton, in Black Boar Inn Cross Insurance Ms. Jane V. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Weston S. Evans memory of Daniel F. Richfield Books Etc. Mr. Bob Depaolo Ms. Cora R. Paradis Mr. Rick Filbert and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rose Caiola’s Restaurant First Parish in Portland Ms. Mary B. Paul Mr. Rick Schnurbusch Mr. John S. Rozos Cape Shore Day Spa Leon and Lisa Gorman Ms. Barbara Peabody, in memory of Ms. Joan R. Fink Ms. Constance M. Rush Collective Capacity LLC Mr. John Hatcher and Frannie Peabody, also in memory of Ms. Patt Franklin Ms. Lorine B. Ryder Commercial and Industrial Properties Mr. Dan Kennedy Peter Vom Lehn Ms. Alicia Frenette Mr. and Mrs. James Satterthwaite David’s Restaurant Timothy Honquest & Marvin Olsen Physics Consultants, Inc Mr. Rolf A. Fuessler Joyce Saunders, in memory of Robin Ms. Laura Dobson Mrs. Betsy Evans Hunt Mr. Will Plumley and Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Givertz Lambert Fore Season Indoor Golf Ann Lemire, MD Ms. Rebecca Reinhart, in memory of Hon. Caroline Glassman Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Schaefer Garrand Marketing Communications Lee Management Co. Robin Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gorham Justine H. Sears GlaxoSmithKline Mr. Neal Margulitips Ms. Elizabeth C. Potter Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Green Sharon R. Sevigny Gobeil’s Furniture Galleries Ms. Karla McGowan Daniel Reardon and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Mrs. Peggy I. Shattuck Great Lost Bear Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meyerkopf Bernadette Woodcock Andre Grimard, in memory of Gisele Ms. Mary Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Green North Yarmouth Academy Mr. Mark D. Rogers Grimard Mrs. Dolores Shevenell, in memory of Peter Haffenreffer and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Robinson The Rotary Club of Portland, Maine, Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Grondin Dean Shevenell Mallory Marshall by Rachel Rohner of Deering High Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Hachey Ms. Beverly L. Sloat Heaven & Earth Day Spa $250 - $499 School Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hand David and Laurella Smith, in memory Hollywood Entertainment Corporation Mr. David P. Becker Sanford High School Mr. and Mrs. Reginald L. Hannaford of Robin Lambert Joe Fletcher Presents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Cathcart Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sawtelle, in memory Ms. Wendy Harlan Rebecca and John Smith Ms. Angela Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. D’Entremont of Robin Lambert Mr. Bruce L. Harrington Dr. Daniel B. Sobel and Ms. Leigh Peake Ms. Anne S. Drummond Mr. Salvatore Scaglione and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harvey Ms. Kira Wigoda Lifestyle Fitness Center Mr. and Mrs. J. Casey Faiman Mr. Dana Heacock Ms. Mildred Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stavenhagen LT’s Screenprinting First Congregational Church of Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Hawk Ms. Joan Sturmthal Maine Rock Gym Scarborough Leonard and Edith Skoog Ms. Sara J. Hayes and Thornton Academy Margarita’s Mexican Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Dino Giamatti Harold A. Smith and Dianne N. Lewis Mr. James C. Chute Town of Scarborough Ms. Anna Melbin Mrs. Marie Z. Graves Mr. and Mrs. Seth Sprague Joseph and Carolyn Heasly Leslie and Mary Alice Tripp Mesa Verde Mexican Restaurant Tom Hinkle & Gary Duford Sam Surprise Mr. and Mrs. Willard J. Hertz Mr. and Mrs. Duane W. Wakefield Ms. Ann K. Messinger Mr. Leo J. LaPlante, CPA and Robin Thatcher Gloria Hevey Ms. Catherine H. Walz Narrow Gauge RR & Museum Mr. Lewis J. Simoneau Dr. Philip P. Thompson Jr. Lester and Sidney Hodgdon Ms. Pamela A. Warren Nine Stones Mainestreet Mr. and Ms. Robert S. Tyrer, in Ms. Christine Holden Ann Wehrwein, in memory of Robin Nomia’s Boutique Mr. and Mrs. James E. Nelson memory of Robin Lambert Hornby Zeller Associates, Inc. Lambert Nonesuch River Golf Club Kathy A. Nespoli Mr. Anthony Volponi Rev. Gordon Hutchins Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Winslow O2 Saco and Biddeford Savings Institution Ms. Sara Walbridge Mrs. Louise P. James Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Woodbury Oakhurst Dairy St. David’s Episcopal Church Katherine J. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Griffith M. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Barry Zimmerman Ogunquit Playhouse St. Luke’s Cathedral Weight Watchers of Maine, Inc. Simone P. Jones Old Port Mariner Fleet Mr. and Mrs. James Shaffer Mrs. and Mr. Marian M. White Mrs. Janet Converse Kanai Foundation Support On the Main Robert P. Smith, M.D. and Barbara J. Wood MD Ms. Brenda Keene Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Patriot Cinemas, Inc. Ms. Margaret P. Creighton Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wright Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kimber Coldwell Banker Cares Pepperclub Mrs. Katherine F. Woodman Mr. Bryce Lambert, in memory of GlaxoSmithKline Ms. Anne Marie Polanski Up to $99 Robin Lambert Glickman Family Foundation Portland Antiques & Fine Art $100 - $249 Mr. and Mrs. Josiah K. Adams Madeleine Lambert, in memory of Maine Community Foundation Portland Pirates Ms. Elizabeth Adams Martha Addington-McCormick Robin Lambert Maine Health Access Foundation Pottery Barn Mr. Paul D. Agnew Mr. Gary L. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaRoche National Semiconductor Mr. Christian Prudente Charles B. Alexander MD Ms. Henrietta M. Andren Ms. Susan A. Leonard Palmer Walbridge Foundation Ms. Maralee Ranger Richard A. Ames M.D. Anonymous Organizations Ms. Shari L. Lewchanin and Roy A. Hunt Foundation Mr. Al Romano Ms. Nancy Ansheles, in honor of Bath Savings Institution Mr. Bert M. Meek, III Syringe Access Fund Royal River Natural Foods Debra Andrews Mr. Christopher Behan and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Linehan TD Banknorth Charitable Foundation Saco Sport & Fitness Mr. Leroy W. Barnes Mr. James Light L.L.Bean The Eunice Frye Home Foundation Saltwater Grille Major John B. Barranco Walter and Mary Jane Bergren Alfred and Simone Loranger The Haffenreffer Family Fund Skillins Greenhouses Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Berman Merrill Bittner and Nancy Noppa Mr. and Mrs. Michael Luce Until There’s a Cure Foundation Spring Meadows Golf Course Jim Bratton and Drew Tait Mrs. and Mr. Sally J. Blackman Bethany and Sam Mateosian Wal Mart Standard Baking Company Dr. Andrew and Sandra Candelore, in Ms. Emily Bley Alice McAdams Sugarloaf/USA memory of Erin Mr. Richard S. Blumm Marilyn and Dennis Melton, in honor Workplace Giving and Matching Gifts Sunday River Ms. Wendy Cherubini Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bornstein of Leo J. LaPlante Aetna Foundation The Body Shop Rev. Stephen F. Concannon Claire P. Bouffard Mrs. Margaret Messinger Allstate Giving Campaign Three Rivers Whitewater Mr. Daniel N. Crewe Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bradley, in honor of Julie and Rebecca Michals Rinaldi National Semiconductor Time Warner Cable Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Dalbeck Jon S. Bradley Ms. Katherine L. Mills, in memory of United Way To Life Chiropractic Mr. Euan G. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Robert Britton, in Frannie Peabody United Way of Central Indiana, Inc. Jos and Beth Van Mierlo Mr. and Mrs. David DeMello memory of Robin Lambert Ms. Sarah E. Moore United Way of Delaware Wal Mart Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.H. Dodge Mr. Franklin Brooks Jr., LCSW Miss Marianne C. Moore United Way of Eastern Maine Willowdale Golf Club Ms. Julie Doughty Mr. Peter J. Callnan Mr. David Martines United Way of Greater Portland Yankee Publishing Mr. and Mrs. Josiah H. Drummond, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Campbell Mr. Donald Myer, in memory of Robin United Way of Mid Coast Maine Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Young Ms. Priscilla B. Eames Mr. William Carhart Lambert United Ways of New England The Episcopal Church Women Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Caron Mr. John C. Merriman, in memory of Wellpoint Foundation We made significant changes to our of St. Peter’s Casco Bay High School Robert F. Merriman data systems this year. If your name Mr. David Estabrook Mr. and Mrs. Aldus H. Chapin Mr. R.C. Narvaez Workplace Giving is not on this list, please accept our Mrs. Bess P. Faust Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Clark, in memory Ms. Penny Nevers, in memory of Anonymous apologies and do not hesitate to First Parish Federated Church of Evelyn & Peter Clark Robin Lambert Douglas S. Bean contact us, so we can update our Ms. Joanne Fedorocko Ms. Kristi Clifford North Pownal United Methodist Church Marie Briggs records. Our Mission Frances Wilson Peabody • 1903-2001 Frannie Peabody Center is committed to compassionate care for the community We are proud to celebrate the vision, heart and commitment of “Frannie” infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS in Maine. The Center helps the Peabody. After the death of a grandson from AIDS in the 1980s, Frannie worked community face and fight the realities of the disease by providing prevention for two decades to help awaken our communities to the suffering of people living education and direct services, including housing, information, education, with the disease and to find humane, effective ways of helping them. In 2002, advocacy, and counseling services. Frannie Peabody Center treats the whole Peabody House and The AIDS Project merged to become Frannie Peabody person with dignity, care and compassion. Center, named in her honor.
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