revised 2007 Annual Report post-audit

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Board of DirectorsWilliam F. Koenigsdorf, ChairmanDavid L. Rambo, First Vice ChairA message from the Chairperson...Jerry D. Smith, Second VRudolph R. Rhodes IV, Third Vice Chair With the community’s support in 2007, Ozanam’s programs have Skip L. Hutton, Secretaryexpanded and evolved in response to opportunities to serve even Janet L. Mark, Treasurermore children and families needing help. For example, Ozanam Matthew Aberle David McCoyobtained a new residential contract to care for more boys and girls Lanna J. Bernard Todd A. McCulloughin Kansas. Ancillary services on campus have also expanded to Catherine A. Boyd Tim B. Mesecherbetter serve young clients once they arrive for treatment. As a result, Cathi Brain Thomas J. Preussa new creative arts therapist and a new vocational coordinator were Eric Collins Terry Putneyhired in 2007 to develop these talents in children.George N. Cook David L. RamboGreg Davis Rudolph R. Rhodes IV Ozanam’s community-based programs for educational consultation Jack Dunbar Jill Robertsand transitional living services have also grown in the past year. Leslie T. Dunn, Ph.D. Thomas P. RossA new consultant based in Lincoln, Nebraska, joined Ozanam’s Neil A. Grant Marny ShermanBehavior Intervention Support Team (BIST) in 2007 to direct Chris Hotop David A. Smithworkshops that are in high demand for teachers and schools in that Joseph Houlehan Jerry D. SmithMark G. Stingleyarea. In addition, the Pathways Program ...
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A message from the Chairperson...
 With the community’s support in 2007, Ozanam’s programs have expanded and evolved in response to opportunities to serve even more children and families needing help. For example, Ozanam obtained a new residential contract to care for more boys and girls in Kansas. Ancillary services on campus have also expanded to better serve young clients once they arrive for treatment. As a result, a new creative arts therapist and a new vocational coordinator were hired in 2007 to develop these talents in children.
 Ozanam’s community-based programs for educational consultation and transitional living services have also grown in the past year. A new consultant based in Lincoln, Nebraska, joined Ozanam’s Behavior Intervention Support Team (BIST) in 2007 to direct workshops that are in high demand for teachers and schools in that area. In addition, the Pathways Program received new contracts in both Missouri and Kansas allowing services for shelter and supervision to be expanded for young adults who are at-risk of becoming homeless. In an effort to offer even more guidance to these youths, a special mentoring program was established through Cornerstones of Care to provide both paid and unpaid mentors for those who could benefit from additional encouragement.
 Of course, successful program development at Ozanam would not be possible without the community’s support, which was tremendous in 2007. More than 500 volunteers from Asurion, Embarq, GE, Ozanam Guild and many others completed helpful projects on campus. Donated services from MarketSphere volunteers even made it possible for Ozanam to design and launch a new website. Moreover, our special events enjoyed increased participation and financial success. Our 24th Annual Hollywood Holiday Gala raised a record-breaking $370,000 – thanks to Honorary Chairs John & Marny Sherman, Gala Chairs Dave & Della Rambo, and the many others who helped make this event such a success!  On behalf of everyone at Ozanam, I want to thank all of the supporters who have been committed to helping the organization grow. I am honored to serve on the Board of Directors alongside such outstanding men and women who truly care about the boys and girls. With our combined efforts, I am confident that we can continue to strengthen Ozanam’s legacy of providing hope to hundreds of children and families who need our help each year.
Bill Koenigsdorf, 2007 Chairman of the Board
Board of Directors William F. Koenigsdorf, Chairman David L. Rambo, First Vice Chair Jerry D. Smith, Second Vice Chair Rudolph R. Rhodes IV, Third Vice Chair Skip L. Hutton, Secretary Janet L. Mark, Treasurer Matthew Aberle David McCoy Lanna J. Bernard Todd A. McCullough Catherine A. Boyd Tim B. Mesecher Cathi Brain Thomas J. Preuss Eric Collins Terry Putney George N. Cook David L. Rambo Greg Davis Rudolph R. Rhodes IV Jack Dunbar Jill Roberts Leslie T. Dunn, Ph.D. Thomas P. Ross Neil A. Grant Marny Sherman Chris Hotop David A. Smith Joseph Houlehan Jerry D. Smith Jason Houseworth Mark G. Stingley Skip L. Hutton Matt Tidwell William F. Koenigsdorf Charron Townsend Brenda Kumm Louis S. Williams Janet L. Mark Justin Evans - ex-officio Heather Mergenmeier - ex-officio Advisory Board Joseph Agnello Joseph N. Lawson Robert A. Babcock David M. Lockton Charles J. Brasher Hon. Harold Lowenstein Carol Cobb Jan Martinette Anne M. Cox Sean Miller Michael D. Chrissy Larry Moore Paul DeBruce Robert D. Payne  Wood Dickinson Charles D. Peters Robert Dockhorn, M.D. Morrie Pitluck Don Eckers Sally Quinn  A. LaMont Eanes Karl Roscoe Brian Hakan Martin L. Rosemann Paul Holewinski Becky Schaid John S. Johnston Vicki M. Stuckwisch Mark Jorgenson Jerry Swords James E. Karlin Beverly Norman Weishar Dave White Foundation Board James H. Bernard, Jr. Richard Mather Thomas D. Cooke Robert Miller Thomas E. Gleitsman David P. Ross Carter R. Harrison Jr. Jane Rutherford Jeffrey Jernigan Martha Carpenter-Smith William Stueck
Ozanam developed a new Creative Arts Program in 2007 for boys and girls in its Residential and Day Treatment Programs.
Helping children and families find solutions to the challenges they face.
Ozanam 421 East 137th Street Kansas City, MO 64145 816-508-3600 FAX 816-508-3797 www.ozanam.org
2007 Milestones
Ancillary services were expanded for boys and girls in residential treatment. Ozanam added new positions for a creative arts therapist and a vocational coordinator to direct our pre-vocational, vocational and work programs.  The Ozanam Gala once again exceeded its financial goal and raised a record-breaking $370,000 for the children, thanks to the efforts of the Ozanam Board and the leadership of Honorary Chairs John & Marny Sherman and Gala Chairs Dave & Della Rambo.
A new website for the organization was designed and launched this year with donated services from MarketSphere and additional support from the Board of Directors and its Public Relations Committee.
Ozanam was chosen as the community partner for Asurion, a company that provided significant support and active volunteer assistance throughout the entire year with weekly activities like Learning Lab for the boys and girls. A new consultant for Ozanam’s Behavior Intervention Support Team program (BIST) was hired in Lincoln, Nebraska, to serve more children in their local school districts. This is the very first BIST consultant hired to work exclusively outside of the Kansas City area!
Hundreds of volunteers from Asurion, Belton School District, Barstow School, Embarq, GE,Asurion employees volunteered and formed teams for  JE Dunn, Kansas City YoungOzanam's 14th Annual Golf Classic presented by Asurion Matrons, Ozanam Guild,on May 14, 2007, at Hillcrest Country Club in Kansas City. Sprint, USDA Agencies, and many others visited Ozanam throughout 2007 to assist with a variety of activities and projects. They truly made a difference!  Ozanam obtained a new residential treatment contract for Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities (PRTF) that provides an additional referral base for Kansas children needing care.
 New transitional living contracts in both Missouri and Kansas enabled Ozanam's Pathways Program to expand services and to serve more youth. The new Kansas contract will allow us to provide additional supervision for a group of young adults living together in one apartment building. A special mentoring program was established through Ozanam’s Pathways Program and Cornerstones of Care’s foster care case management contract. This new program will provide both paid and unpaid mentors within the community to provide long-term, ongoing guidance to youth.
Financial Statement
1/1/07 - 12/31/07 2007 2006 Operating Fund Revenues Contributions 531,982. 606,888. Non-cash contributions 372,520. N/A Heart of America United Way 186,150. 173,169. Grants 34,181. 91,446. Government revenues 6,610,901. 6,239,896. Payments from private sources 1,395,231. 773,388. Other income 516,906. 271,865. Total Revenues  $8,156,652. $9,647,871.
Operating Fund Expenses Salaries 5,231,100. 4,990,333. Fringe benefit expense 1,008,895. 955,001. Other personnel cost 60,096. 47,886. Professional contracts 618,621. 327,271. Program supplies 52,921. 36,382. Food services 379,874. 342,612. Individual assistance 60,655. 45,076. Occupancy cost 822,913. 657,258. Equipment cost 107,508. 99,446. Transportation expense 175,247. 144,771. Professional insurance 93,166. 92,332. Agency administration cost 597,036. 322,400. Fundraising 28,910. 27,780. Total Expenses $9,236,942. $8,088,548. Change in Fund Balance / Operating $410,929. $68,104. Project Grants $210,395. $30,844.
Foundation Contribution $94,785. $127,047.
* Financial statement for 2007 reflects audited figures.
Program Analysis
1/1/07 - 12/31/07
  
 2007 2006
 Residential  Admissions.................................................... 108 96  Boys........................................................ 69              60  Girls......................................................... 39              36  Discharges.................................................... 106 98  Boys........................................................ 68              60  Girls......................................................... 38              38  Total Served ................................................. 164 155
 Campus Group Home  Admissions...................................................... 19 18  Discharges...................................................... 18 19  Total Served ................................................... 31 30
 Treatment Days (Residential & Group Home)  Boys..........................................................18,565 18,406  Girls........................................................... 7,200 7,031  Respite.............................................................. 5 99      Total. ........................................................ 25,770        25,536  Occupancy Rate..........................................96.7% 95.8%  Day Treatment  Total Served/Main Campus............................ 84 82  Family Focus/Aftercare................................... 23 25  Independent Living  Scattered site apartment admissions............ 117 89  Scattered site apartment discharges.............. 94 98  Transition house (The Path) admissions........ 17 16  Transition house (The Path) discharges......... 18 14  Total served................................................... 175 154
 Behavior Intervention Support Team (BIST)  School districts served................................... 52 48  Schools served............................................. 310 260  Charter schools served.................................... 3 5  Parochial schools served................................. 9 2  Total Consultation Hours......................... 14,419.5 9,834
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