2019-2020 Report to the Community

FY2019-2020 Report to the Community 

 

FY2019-2020 Report to the Community 

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We are excited to share with YOU – our donors, community partners and friends – Mental Health Center of Denver statistics, expressions of appreciation to our supporters, and community impact stories to keep you informed.

Impact Partners | January 1, 2018 - December 31, 2019

Thank you for supporting the Mental Health Center of Denver.

We appreciate all that our donors help make possible. It is with pride that we share our honor roll of Impact Partners who make a measurable difference in our well-being work and the lives of the people we serve.

Winter Edition

 

Winter Edition

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Gifts of Joy Holiday Gift Drive

2,500 Gift Cards

For Teens & Adults

1,000 Toys

For Children

183 Gift Bags

For Residents in Services

"The cost of living has affected a lot of areas. Thank you all for doing this. I wasn't sure how I was going to pull off Christmas this year."
-A Person We Serve

We'd like to thank our donors, community partners, sponsors and staff for helping to make the holidays special for those we serve.

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People We Served  |  July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019

The Mental Health Center of Denver provided treatment, prevention and crisis services to 21,458 unique individuals. We provided an additional 73,108 outreach services at early learning centers, schools and more. 

Race* & Ethnicity**

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*Does not include “declined to answer” or “unknown” race. **People we serve who identify as Hispanic/Latinx may belong to any race.

Age

Graph showing ages of people served in fiscal year 2019. Adults 18+: 80%, Children 0-17: 20%

Lifting Up Community Voices to Impact Change

Nancy Lugo’s passion for childhood caregiving and education led her to the Mental Health Center of Denver in 2018, when she joined the Providers Advancing School Outcomes (PASO) Program. PASO is a community-based intensive training program for early childhood caregivers seeking to close the achievement gap for Hispanic/Latinx children.

Just a few months after graduating with honors from PASO, Nancy got the opportunity to take her leadership to the next level. She represented the Mental Health Center of Denver at the 2019 Aspen ThinkXChange alongside her husband Jesus, their baby Leonardo and Michael Niyompong, Mental Health Center of Denver’s Vice President of Strategic Community Partnerships. The ThinkXChange event, hosted by the Aspen Institute, focused on advancing family success. It centered around the voices of those most impacted by family and work policies – parents like Nancy and Jesus.

“I have never attended an event so organized and valuable for the community,” Nancy said. “It was a great experience to explore community problems related to childhood education, which is so important because children are our future.”

By sharing their stories and bold ideas, parent leaders worked alongside organizational and policy leaders from across the country. Together, they strategized new ways to move families forward, specifically economically marginalized families.

“PASO provides countless tools to guide children’s learning and become a better childcare provider,” Nancy said. “It also helps families a lot economically to have the extra income, which leads to more opportunities.”

In addition to PASO, community members get involved with the Mental Health Center of Denver in many ways across the city. In the future, the Mental Health Center of Denver looks forward to expanding its role as a connector to ensure that community voices are centered in decisions that will impact their individual well-being and that of their family, city and society.

Representing the Mental Health Center of Denver at 2019 Aspen ThinkXChange from left to right: Jesus Ramon Sanchez, Nancy Lugo (PASO graduate), their child Leonardo and Michael Niyompong (Vice President of Strategic Community Partnerships)

Financials  |  July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019

Revenue: $112,021,945

Graph showing revenue sources in fiscal year 2019.
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Expenses: $106,448,111

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Expenses include Adult Services: 28.3%, Child & Family Services: 14.3%, Pharmacy: 13.2%, Rehabilitation Services: 6.0%, Access Services: 1.8%, Residential Services: 10.8%, Administrative: 24.7%, Fundraising 0.5%, Loss on Disposal of Assets: 0.4%
Financials for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2019
Total Income $112,021,945
Program Expenses $79,227,815
Fundraising Expenses $550,937
Administrative Expenses $26,253,978
Total Expenses $106,448,111
Added to Reserves $5,573,834