Family Care Network's

2020/2021 Impact

Celebrating 33 Years of Serving our Central Coast Community

Our programs served 1,442 children, youth, and families, and 95% of them
successfully achieved one or more life-changing program goal, including:

Family reunification
Healing from trauma
Having their mental health needs met
Being empowered and strengthened
Establishing a community-based support system

Finding stability and safety
Developing stronger parenting and relationship skills
Improving behaviors and maintaining their placement
Securing housing and critical resources

Adoption by their “forever” family
Achieving self-sufficiency
Developing critical life skills
Securing employment
Setting and starting their career and/or higher education journey

Of our 46 children and youth in Foster Care:

100%

were provided safety in a family setting

100%

reduced harmful/ reckless behavior*

100%

made academic improvements*

*excludes Emergency Shelter Care youth
Asset 2

Another 36 Foster Youth received specialized support services while in Emergency Shelter to keep them safe.

We had 13 full-time and 2 respite foster parents provide family-based care, participating in specific training to manage and support children and youth experiencing crises and/or the impact of trauma.

Of the 73 current and former foster youth supported through our Housing Support Programs:

%

stabilized in care and improved their behaviors

%

reduced harmful/reckless behaviors

%

made academic improvements towards their goals

In our Wraparound Program, of the 93 youth and families served:

%
found stability with their housing
%
of youth made academic improvements
%
of families made improvements in their life skills
%
of youth reduced harmful/reckless behaviors

Year in Review

Mental Health Wellness = Stability, Security, & Self-Sufficiency

All Mental Health Programs Combined

In Our FSP Program

88%

reduced harmful/ reckless behaviors

of those served stabilized their behaviors

88%

reduced harmful/ reckless behaviors

of youth reduced harmful/ reckless behaviors

of youth improved their academic performance

FCNI owns 9 apartment complexes that can house 72 participants

67

families secured housing within one of our housing programs

44

families were reunified due to securing housing

205

housing families were supported in overcoming housing barriers

27% transitioned to independent living

Another 64% are remaining in care to continue working toward their goals of independence

Ending Family and Foster Youth Homelessness

Investing in Healing

Our Therapists Provided

Our Rehabilitation Specialists Provided

Our Family & Youth Specialists Provided

1,821 hours
15,789 hours
1,428 hours

of individual and family therapy for youth experiencing the impact of trauma and to help families heal and improve their relationships

of in-home and community- based support directly to children, youth and families to help them improve their daily functioning, heal, and move toward better mental wellness

of support to youth and parents, sharing their unique experiences as past recipients of care to help current clients navigate and services, and reach their goals

Attended to 37 crisis situations through our 24/7 crisis-intervention services

Supported 19 youth in their transition home after being discharged from psychiatric hospitalization

How We Meet Youth and Families “Where They Are”

Ensured that bilingual Spanish-speaking services were provided from the first point of contact throughout all proceeding support services for those who prefer to speak Spanish.

Eliminating Barriers to Increase Opportunities

Between our Independent Living Program and Financial Assistance Program:

299 youth were provided with Financial Literacy, Career Planning and Life Skills Development Training

99% of youth were ensured access to medical care, family planning care, mental health services, and drug and alcohol prevention services

281

received support in their quest for higher education

57

youth were financially supported in attending higher education institutions

89%

of eligible youth obtained their High School diploma, GED or equivalent

Our staff accrued over 7,800 training hours in 2020/2021

Empowering Families Starts with Empowered Staff!

On average, each staff completed 55 hours of annual training—doubling the minimum required hours in our industry.

New employees complete about 110 training hours during their first year of employment.

Ensuring our staff undergo high quality training ensures that we are equipped to provide the highest quality of care to the highest needs youth and families in our community

Financials

Since our inception, the Family Care Network has received an annual audit or review. For the past 30 years, Glenn Burdette, an independent auditing firm, has audited the financial position and the related statements of activities in unrestricted net assets, functional expenses and cash flows of the agency. Government standards require that auditors plan and perform these audits to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatements. For each of the years that the Family Care Network has been audited by Glenn Burdette, we have received an unqualified opinion on our financial statements, meaning that the independent auditing firm believes the financial statements present fairly in all material respects, the financial position, the changes in net assets and the cash flows of the agency.

Actual Revenue & Expenditures for Fiscal Year 2018/19

SERVICE DIVISION REVENUE EXPENDITURES NET +(-)
Family Support Services $5,198,725 $5,331,158 $(132,433)
Behavioral Health Services $6,794,124 $6,794,124 $0
Housing & Support Services $4,754,935 $4,632,388 $122,547
Educational Support Services $1,150,343 $1,030,512 $(7,285)
Other Program Services $48,262 $201,687 $(153,425)
Donations and Fundraising $598,978 $129,262 $469,716
Total $18,418,251 $18,119,131 $299,120

For more in depth financial information