April 1, 2016 - March 31, 2017
4-H Clubs of Cullman County
- Served around 1200 youth per month
Participated in livestock shows, camp and regional and state contests
Developed youth through educational programs and several hands-on projects each month
American Red Cross, Cullman Chapter
Commission on Aging
- Total meals served to homebound - 29,624
- Total meals served through Senior Centers - 35,741
- Medicare open Enrollment clients Served - 2,023
- Medicare open Enrollment Plan savings - $902,581.11
- SeniorRx - $817,132.00
Cullman Caring for Kids
- Helped 6,237 families and over 12,114 individuals
- Distributed over 217,000 lbs. of food in 2015
Cullman County Center for the Developmentally Disabled
- We serve over 200 people in the Cullman Area
- We served babies 6 weeks to age 3 with developmental delays.
- We are the only agency in Cullman providing such services.
- We provide developmentally disabled adults with the opportunity to reach their optimal skill level and become a functional part of the Cullman County.
- Provide temporary shelter for 11 clients
- Provided services such as clothing, utility bill support, transportation, food, shelter, RX etc to 2,778 clients
- Tot estimate of clients is 34.
- Sent 3 campers to Camp ASCCA
- Provided therapy for teen with mental illnesses
- Provide meds for qualifying clients
- Provide adult diapers for qualifying clients
First Call for Help
Foster Grandparents & Senior Companion Program
- Volunteers are stationed in schools to provide one-on-one daily tutoring or mentoring, under direction of classroom teacher, to students identified as being at-risk.
- A no cost, in-home care option for elderly, disabled adults and caregivers that provides basic living assistance all in effort to promote continued independent living.
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- Worked with 8 local troops made up of 100+ girls and 20 adults
- Participated in community service projects
- Sold over 14,242 Girl Scout cookies
- We have 149 Girl Scouts.
Good Samaritan Health Clinic
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- Provides healthcare services to uninsured, low-income residents who would otherwise forego or delay treatment at great cost to themselves and the community.
- Provides care for routine illnesses and chronic conditions as well as dental extractions, hearing evaluations, and vision care for high risk individuals
- Served 596 uninsured residents of Cullman County who met eligibily requirements
- Dispensed 10,546 prescriptions to clinic patients
Hope Horses, Inc.
Hospice of Cullman County
- 140 clients served
- 5001 visits by nurses, aides, social workers, chaplains and volunteers
- Provides services to include medical care, spiritual and social services support, medications, medical equipment and supplies related to the terminal illness.
Pilot Light House
- Foster emergency home where abused neglected children are provided a safe secure environment
- Provides food, clothing, education and self-improvement skills
- Loving care by house parents
Saving Forgotten Warriors
- Help filing for VA benefits through other organizations.
- Assistance with appointments.
- Assistance with home repairs and adapability upgrades.
- Finding and vetting companies needed to assist with home repairs and services.
- Resume building services.
- Finding housing for homeless vets.
- Help finding financial assistance.
- Sheltered 99 adults and 47 children - total of 3877 bed-nights in shelter
- Provided services to 22 sexual assault victims
- Outreach clients served - 201 individual
- Answered 453 crisis calls
- Participated in 146 community and outreach events
Youth Advocate Program
- Served 162 at risk children through the child welfare and juvenile justice systems
- Provided intensive, in-home behavioral, basic living and family support services to these youth and their families
- Our goal is to keep children safe and keep them out of long term incarceration and foster care if possible.