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									HEALS, Inc. and ‘Caring
      For Kids’




     Health Establishments at Local Schools, Inc.
         Tracey Wright, Executive Director
                 308 Fountain Circle
                Huntsville, AL 35801
      256-428-7560         256-428-7561 (fax)
             Email: twright@hsv.k12.al.us
     Website: http://ww.orgsites.com/al/heals
  HEALS Delivers
Comprehensive Care


           • Primary Medical Care
           • Preventive and
             Restorative Dental
             Services
           • Social Services/Case
             Management
             About HEALS
•   Founded October, 1998
•   Opened first clinic January, 1999
•   5 medical clinics and a dental clinic
•   Currently serving over 7,600 children in Madison County
•   Over 43,000 encounters as of May 2006
•   Provided $1,030,000 in dental services
•   Volunteers have contributed over 38,500 hours
•   Majority of funds go to Direct Services
    – (2004 IRS Form 990: 13.5% administrative costs)
                  Growth History of ServicesTotal Encounters by Year


10000
                                                                                            9111
9000

                                                                              8019
8000
                                                                                                          7399
                                                              6928
7000


6000


5000


4000


3000
                             2288          2432
               1952
2000


1000


   0
        1999          2000          2001               2002            2003          2004          2005
HEALS’ Collaborative Partners
• Huntsville City Schools
• Boys & Girls Club
• Second Mile Development
• Community Action Agency
• Community Free Clinic
• National Children’s
  Advocacy Center
• DHR
• United Cerebral Palsy
HEALS Dental Staff and Volunteers

                  Paid Staff
                  •   Office Manager
                  •   Contract Dentist
                  •   Hygienist
                  •   Assistant
                  Volunteers
                  •   Dentists (currently 15)
                  •   Hygienists
                  •   Assistants
                  •   Drivers
                  •   Escorts
          Annual Cost
Operating
            Insurance/Medical Fees   $ 2,965
            Transportation             3,350
            Operating Expense          2,741
Dental Supplies
            Durable/Expendable        18,650
Payroll
            Wages                     83,142
            Taxes/FICA                 8,750
            Contract Dentist          34,500
TOTAL                                $154,098
HEALS’ Funding Sources
           – Third Party Reimbursement
               • Medicaid
               • BCBS/AllKids
           – Foundations, Grants
               •   RWJ Foundation
               •   Healthy Community
               •   Boeing Employee Fund
               •   CAS Cares
               •   Johnson & Johnson
           – Churches, Businesses, Individuals
               • Dental Pledge Program
               • Local churches
           – In-Kind Donations
               • Local dental supply company
               • Equipment /Supplies
               • Toothpaste/brushes/floss
   Third Party Reimbursement

• Medicaid
  – Alabama law states must have
    a dentist on site
  – Cannot reimburse for hygienist
    if no dentist on site
  – Accounts for 31% of HEALS’
    dental income
• BCBS/AllKids
  – Currently 5% of total budget.
    This will increase as we see
    students from New Hope.
Developing Business Partnerships
      as Funding Sources
• Pledge program allows financial support from local
  dentists
• Support from school system (21st Century Grant,
  At-risk Funds)
• Local hospital support through Healthy Community
  Foundation (this is our 6th year of continuous
  funding)
• Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
• Local business support (Boeing, CAS)
• Accounts for 65% of HEALS’ dental income
    HEALS’ In-Kind Donations
•   Donation of time
     – Dentists, hygienists,
       physicians and assistants
     – Dental and Medical Director
     – Transportation volunteers
•   Donations of supplies
     – Dental and medical supplies
       and equipment
     – Paper products and office
       supplies and equipment
•   Donations of services
     – Equipment repair and service
     – Facility Maintenance
     - Computer technology
   Barriers We Had Before
    Caring For Kids Grant

• Finding a dentist who would work for
  what we could afford to pay them
• Finding transportation for students
  from other schools
• Limited space
• Offering Orthodontics
Impact of Caring For Kids
         Grant

• Allowed us to find a solution to the
  problem of needing a dentist on-site
• Helped solve our transportation issue
• Opened our referral system to all students
  in Madison County
• Benefits of the visits from the CFK
  representative
Because children have a right to be
             healthy.

								
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