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					                 Florida Prosperity Partnership

                     WELCOME



               TO THE THIRD ANNUAL
 FLORIDA PROSPERITY PARTNERSHIP
       STATE CONFERENCE
SEPTEMBER 4,    3RD ANNUAL FPP STATE CONFERENCE   1
2011
                  Florida Prosperity Partnership




                NANCY LASCHEID
               NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CLINIC




SEPTEMBER 4,     3RD ANNUAL FPP STATE CONFERENCE   2
2011
Officers:                             Directors:
David Weston, Chair                   Thomas Brick, DMD
John McDonough, Chair Elect           John Cardillo, Esq.
Martha Marland, Secretary             Joseph Davis
Connie Dalis, CPA, Treasurer          George Ferguson, M.D.
Nancy Lascheid, RN, BSN, Co-Founder   Martha Marland
William Lascheid, M.D., Co-Founder    George McLaughlin
                                      Robert Morantz, M.D.
                                      Deborah Russell, Esq., Immediate Past Chair


                                             Medical Director:
                                      Robert Boyd Tober, M.D., FACEP
                                                   CEO:
                                         Nina Gray, M.A., LMHC
              Mission Statement
• Deliver quality medical care to low-income, working,
  uninsured Collier County adults using an all-volunteer
  professional staff.


                       Vision
• Deliver all healthcare services in a caring and
  supportive environment that respects the dignity of
  each patient.


                        Goal
• Break the cycle of poverty and give hope to our
  current patients and all future patients in need.
                Cost Effectiveness
 Percent of each donated dollar going directly to patient care
                  (Programs and Services)


95%                  91%


90%


85%
                                                       NHC Average
80%                                                    National Average
                                  75%

75%


70%
                      2010
$1M = $4M
Facts & Figures                          Fiscal Year
                                         (2009-2010)
                                                          Since Inception
                                                          (From April 12, 1999)
Total Number of Patient Visits              5,544                44,526
Total Number of Prescriptions Filled        22,874               123,011
Dollar Value of Prescriptions Filled      $ 1.9 million   $ 9.2 million
Volunteer Hours                             22,921               152,145
Dollar Value of Volunteer Hours           $ 1.2 million     $11 million
Dollar Value of Out of Clinic Services    $ 1.8 million      $ 9 million
  During the past year, generous support of the Clinic has allowed us to:

           •Direct $.91 cents of every dollar to patient services.

               •Raise nearly $500,000 at our signature event,
        the Block Party held at the Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club.

 • Disburse an average of $200,000 retail value in medication each month.
In November, 2010, the Clinic dispersed 330 prescriptions in just four hours.

         •Provide specialty clinics for complex medical conditions:
                     •Hepatology        •Urology
                     •Lipids            • Otolaryngology (ENT)
                     •Neurology         • Gynecology
                     •Rheumatology      • Dermatology
                     •Cardiology        •Endocrinology
                     • Dental

        •Provide patient education and research projects that include:
             •Diabetes Self Management •Healthy Lifestyles
             •Colon Cancer Screening   •Breast Health
             •Hepatitis C Treatment    •Social Services
                          Neighborhood Health Clinic

                                                       Board of Directors




                                         Chief                              Medical
                                    Executive Office                        Director




                                                                                                      Director of     Patient
Stewardship   Executive    Office                                  Nursing             Med Room
                                             Bookkeeper                                                Quality       Services
  Manager     Assistant   Manager                                Coordinator           Coordinator
                                                                                                     Management     Coordinator


                          Receptionist


                                         Transcriber




                                                         Volunteers
                                          Neighborhood Health Clinic Patient Flow Chart

                  New Patient                                                                           Returning Patient


                                                    Every 6 months or change in employment status
                  Financial Eligibility
                      Reviewed
                                                     Colon Cancer Screening (50 and older invited)


                                            Breast Health Program (all women invited)


                        Triage and assessment by volunteer nurse (data collection for key health indicators)


                                             Primary healthcare visit by volunteer physician



              Refer-to-Clinic Program                               Out-of-House Referral (1)                Dental
                                                                                                             Program

Social Services                                        Laboratory                  Radiology                     Dispensary

      Healthy Lifestyle                                      Medical                Mental Health
                                                             Specialist                                        In-House Laboratory and
        Diabetes Mgmt Program                                                                                  Biomedical Testing (1)
                                                                                           Surgical            EKG; Urine Pregnancy Tests;
                                                                 Hospitalization
          Hepatitis C Treatment Program                                                    Specialist          Protime/INR; Rapid Strep A Test;
                                                                                                               Microalbumin; O2 Saturation;
                                                                                                               Peripheral vascular doppler;
                                                                                                               Hemoglobin A1c; Hemoglobin
                       (1) Results placed in medical record, patient is notified, and                          non-automated; Wet smears;
                                                                                                               Helicobacter pylori; iFOB and/or
                                    referrals noted in Patient Database
                                                                                                               Hematocrit
Neighborhood Health Clinic Patient
 Alfredo’s Thankful Appreciation
        Our Mission                         Our Vision                                      Our Goal
To delivery quality medical       We are committed to deliver                      To break the cycle of
care to low-income, working,      these services in a caring,                      poverty and give hope to
but     uninsured,     Collier    supportive environment that                      the future generations of
County adults, using a            respects the dignity of each                     our patients.
volunteer professional staff.     patient.




                                   Hope and Healing
                            For low-income, working, but uninsured, Collier County adults
               Florida Prosperity Partnership




                 LINDA BROST
          DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
                   WAYS TO WORK




SEPTEMBER 4,   3RD ANNUAL FPP STATE CONFERENCE   15
2011
              and the
                        FPP….
      Moving Florida Families
             toward a Brighter   Future



Funded by:
               For One Day…
• Park your car and put away your keys

• Imagine your life without a car….

• How would you get your children to daycare?

• How would you get your older children to school?

• How would you get to work?

• Is your office on a bus line?

• How far is the bus stop from your house?
          Life without a car…
• What time would you need to leave home to catch
  that first bus?

• How many transfers would it take to get to
  daycare, school, and work?

• What time would you need to leave to pick up your
  children before school and the daycare closes?

• How would you get to your child if you got a call
  at work that he or she was sick?
         A Recent Brookings Institute
               Study Found….
• Across all metro areas, the typical worker can reach
  only about 7 percent of their region's jobs in a one-
  way, 45-minute transit commute.

• Three-quarters of low-and middle-skill jobs cannot
  be accessed even by a one-way, 90-minute transit
  commute.
             “Missed Opportunity: Transit and Jobs in Metropolitan America”
                         Brookings Institute: May, 2011
In Florida….Jobs reachable in
   90 minutes via transit…

• Bradenton/Sarasota/Venice:   24%

• Miami/Ft. Lauderdale/PB:     16%

• Tampa/St. Pete/Clearwater:   16%

• Orlando/Kissimmee/Sanford:   16%

• Palm Bay/Melbourne/Titusville: 7%
  What is the Ways to Work Model
• Focused financial education for all applicants
   “Just in time” financial education at a teachable moment
   Curriculum based training and individual coaching
• A low interest, character-based loan with real-
  world expectations for repayment, most often used
  to purchase a reliable used car

• 24-30 month loan repayment period serves as a
  practicum to apply lessons learned and practice
  new behaviors, with case management support
  The Ways to Work Loans
• Character-based loans approved via
   Host agency staff recommendations
   Local volunteer loan committee review

• Loan values up to $6,000 – flat 8% interest rate
• Loans carry 24-30 month repayment terms
• Typical monthly payments of $150 to $220
• Borrowers commonly save $750 to $3,000 versus
  predatory options
Who are Ways to Work Clients?

The typical borrower:
    A single mother, one or more children

    Employed, meets low-income standards

    Income 80% of area median or less

    Poor or non-existent credit history

    Dedicated to improving family economic
     prospects
     Ways to Work Structure

• WtW National Office provides program model,
  lending capital, central lending system, training,
  guidance and support

• Local non-profit host agency provides local staffing,
  program oversight, implementation and operational
  funding

• Local United Ways, foundations, employers and
  JARC provide local funding, collaborations, etc.
            Impressive Results
              (2006 & 2009 Program Evaluations)


• Borrowers averaged a 41% increase in income

• 90% reported car helped them maintain or advance in
  their employment

• 50% accessed education or job training with the car

• 90% of borrowers reported their car had significant
  impact on quality of life for their families

• Credit scores improved during and after program
  participation
    The Ways to Work Network




• 46 programs in 23 states and expanding nationwide

• $58 million in loans to 29,000 families

• 104,000 financial education experiences
            What is….
       Ways to Work Florida
• FPP and WtW Collaboration to explore and build a
  Ways to Work statewide network in Florida

• Promote the program, provide exposure, identify
  potential community leads and partners

• Identify common needs across the state and resources
  to meet these needs

• Convene planning groups, share best practices
       Currently in Florida…

• Top performing WtW site at SunCoast Center-St. Pete

• New Program: Family Foundations-Jacksonville

• Miami: 1st year funding secured

• New site planning groups at work in Orlando, Sarasota
  and Tallahassee
            Changing Lives

“Having a car has been a very big help to me,
and to the entire family. Ways to Work helped
   me repair my life—not just my credit.”

                             – Ways to Work Client
           Introducing the true
          Ways to Work experts:
Elaine Taylor
SunCoast Center -Ways to Work Host Agency

Malekia McKinney
Ways to Work Client

Kara Moore
Prosperity Campaign Outreach Specialist
United Way of Tampa Bay - Local Program Funder
                 Florida Prosperity Partnership

                     WELCOME



               TO THE THIRD ANNUAL
 FLORIDA PROSPERITY PARTNERSHIP
       STATE CONFERENCE
SEPTEMBER 4,    3RD ANNUAL FPP STATE CONFERENCE   31
2011
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2011
               Florida Prosperity Partnership




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                 Florida Prosperity Partnership

                     WELCOME



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