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Community Health Improvement Plan

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christina farmartino

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Transcript of Community Health Improvement Plan

Community Health Improvement Plan
THE OPEN DOOR, INC.
Building from a harm reduction model, The Open Door, Inc. provides supportive housing and related services to improve the health of the forgotten population of high-risk, chronically homeless people living with HIV.
Housing IS Healthcare
WHO WE ARE
WHO WE SERVE
HOW WE SERVE
TOWS
OPPORTUNITIES
Increase in need or support for housing and/or rep payee services
Increase in activities and funding to end homelessness
Ryan White funding (engagement and retention in care)

THREATS
ACA, Social Security Administration, Ryan White, state and federal regulations
Decrease in available funding and restructuring of funding
Increase in competition for federal tax credits

STRENGTHS
Cost-effectiveness of services
Our results!

WEAKNESSES
Lack of sustainable funding
Lack of adequate staff
Inefficiency of representative payee services

THE PROBLEM...AND OPPORTUNITY
THANK YOU!
Christina Ascension Farmartino, MPH, CPH
Executive Director
The Open Door, Inc.
PO Box 99243
Pittsburgh, PA 15233
Cell: 412-977-7973
cfarmartino@opendoorhousing.org
opendoorhousing.org
Jamie McLaughlin, MSW
Clinical Social Worker
Positive Health Clinic
Allegheny General Hospital
1307 Federal Street, Suite B10
Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Work: 412-359-4984
jmclaughlin@opendoorhousing.org
RESOURCES
ANTICIPATED BUDGET
Development Cost: $6,500
NIH Grant: $275,000

COST SAVINGS:
Housing: <$50
Representative Payee: <$10
METRICS
Metric Overall SMART Objective:
30% of clients enrolled will reach or maintain viral suppression by December 2016 in selected pilot area.
THE CHIP
GOAL
To formalize and share best practices in order to improve HIV-related health outcomes for high-risk and chronically homeless individuals.

PROCESS OBJECTIVE
Leverage funding for one pilot site by December 2015.

OUTCOME OBJECTIVE
30% of clients enrolled will reach or maintain viral suppression by December 2016 in selected pilot area.*

STRATEGIC OPTION
Development of a representative payee training manual and/or toolkit for replication.


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