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TROSA COMPREHENSIVE CARE CENTER When I arrived in Durham in 1994, charged with building an innovative recovery program from the ground-up - with only $18,000 and a flooded, abandoned school house - I welcomed
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TROSA COMPREHENSIVE CARE CENTER When I arrived in Durham in 1994, charged with building an innovative recovery program from the ground-up - with only $18,000 and a flooded, abandoned school house - I welcomed the challenge. Failure was not an option. I knew firsthand what it would take to get results, and that lives were counting on me. I started the program with about 30 residents; today, we have over Million Americans need treatment for drug or alcohol abuse, yet only 11% will get the care they should receive. Multiply this by the friends and family affected by addiction, and the toll of substance abuse is devastating. A main barrier to treatment is cost. We keep TROSA free to all, so that our residents can focus on what matters most: Recovery. More and more people are waking up to the reality of substance abuse. Its debilitating effects have no regard for race, gender, income level, employment. It doesn t matter how old you are or where you live. In addition to providing evidence-based therapies, our emphasis on education, vocational skills, job placement, and continuing care gives TROSA graduates the tools they need to maintain their sobriety. We need to ensure that as our population grows, we can provide an integrated model of health care for our residents. We need examination rooms; we need private, secure counseling rooms; we need centralized areas for medication, equipment and training; we need space to take advantage of the tremendous offer from our community health providers to volunteer their time; and we need to show our residents that their health matters. Building our new Comprehensive Care Center is long overdue. Now is our opportunity to show that this innovative, model approach to recovery can continue to succeed in the face of growing demands for our help. This is a pivotal moment for TROSA and for the field of recovery. I hope you will join us. Thank you, President, CEO and Founder OUR NEED Now is the Time to Invest in Recovery TROSA has experienced unprecedented growth without the needed upgrades to our physical and mental health service facilities. As our resident population increases, so does our urgent need for a new Comprehensive Care Center to address the physical and mental wellbeing of the more than 500 individuals living at TROSA, each and every day TROSA remains an innovative recovery center that works. Our success i s d ue i n large part to addressing the long-term comprehensive health needs of our residents. To keep pace with the urgent demand for our services, we are building a new Care Center that will address high volumes of complex resident physical and mental needs fielded by small staff: In 2015, TROSA provided 5,364 mental health service hours TROSA handled more than 11,000 health-related issues for 987 individuals with over 500 living at TROSA full-time at any given time. These include: o o TROSA s Rolling Average Daily Population 7,691 medical appointments handled on-site at TROSA 3,345 off-site appointments coordinated, which include specialty care such as dental, vision, surgical, and emergency services - all at no cost to TROSA residents TROSA s Existing Health Facility TROSA s current on-site health facility is housed in a former forklift shed. The shed was remodeled by our residents who were being vocationally trained in construction. Unfortunately, due to age and structural limitations, further remodeling is not feasible. Our current clinic is not conducive to an integrated care model. For example, physical therapy must be conducted in a corner of the gym, and counseling and psychiatry are in yet another location. We provide excellent care in the face of such constraints, but we need to consolidate our services. We have a need for additional community health providers and senior-level medical students from neighboring schools and health centers to volunteer their time; however, we do not currently have the space to best utilize their services. A New Care Center = An Improved TROSA 12$ Expenses FY Funding Sources FY The benefits of our new Comprehensive Care Center will be felt throughout TROSA s campus. In addition to ensuring that all health-related services, and clinical and volunteer health staff, are housed under one roof, the Center will also be home to our Intake care team. Intake specialists handle admissions to TROSA and field inquiry calls from prospective TROSA residents. 11$ 10$ 9$ 92% 3% 5% $15.3 Million $15.8 Million 58% 27% 6% 9% OUR NEED In 2015: 2,392 assessments were made for individuals looking to begin recovery at TROSA. 21,933 phone calls were made to TROSA, asking questions about our program. As residents present increasing complexity with respect to their recovery needs, it s important to be able to make informed assessments, and for all staff to communicate quickly and easily because when an individual comes to TROSA, every second counts. Our Comprehensive Care Center will allow therapy groups such as Seeking Safety, Anger Management, and Grief & Loss, and educational classes such as Nutrition and Smoking Cessation to be conducted in one centralized location. Building our Center will release a number of spaces on campus currently used as satellite locations for care, allowing TROSA to internally enhance all of our campus properties. In short, investing in the Care Center will be an investment in TROSA s overall growth. Every $1 invested in addiction treatment through TROSA yields a return of $12 in reduced crime and health care-related costs. 8$ 7$ 6$ 5$ 4$ 3$ 2$ 1$ 0$ One year later Program Services Fundraising Managment and Administration Completely Sober Fully Employed Criminal Offense Free Graduate Success Rates In Kind Donations Monetary Donations Government Grants TROSA s Vocational Training Businesses 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% Percent of Program Graduates OUR NEXT STEPS TROSA Comprehensive Care Center Building Healthy Lives Campaign Estimated Project Cost $2,639,000 Cash and Pledges Received for Care Center $1,769,700 emaining for Care Center $ 869,300 Illustrative View of Exterior With groundbreaking scheduled for Summer 2016, generous lead gifts to our Campaign will be recognized in a number of meaningful ways. Gifts of $5,000 and above will be publicly recognized. Naming opportunities are available for lead gifts. For more information, please contact: Kristin Pearson, Director of Development (x 1284) James St. Durham NC 27707 Program Elements: Appointment Waiting Room Exam Rooms FIRST FLOOR Medication Waiting Room Staff Offices File Rooms Building Services Circulation Areas Illustrative View of First FloorWaiting Room SECOND FLOOR Program Elements: Intake Waiting Room Intake Offices Counseling Offices Meeting Rooms File Rooms Building Services Circulation Areas Illustrative View of Second Floor Meeting Room SECOND FLOOR PERSPECTIVES A B A B FIRST FLOOR Intake Waiting Room Intake Offices Counseling Offices Meeting Rooms File Rooms Building Services Circulation Areas Appointment Waiting Room Medication Waiting Room Staff Offices File Rooms Exam Rooms Building Services Circulation Areas Illustrative Building Section A Illustrative Building Section B LEADERSHIP GIFTS Leadership Giving As our great thanks, to mark the importance of this project and recognize the inspirational giving of our donors, lead gifts to the TROSA Comprehensive Care Center- Building Healthy Lives Campaign will receive the following recognition opportunities: Gift Level* $500,000 $250,000 $200,000 Naming Opportunity Name Our New Building Your name, your company name, or the name you choose will be prominently displayed above the name of TROSA on outdoor signage for the Center visible to all guests on TROSA s 1820 James Street campus. Main Appointment Waiting Room On TROSA visitor/tour path. Your name, your company name, or the name you choose will be most prominently displayed in the Appointment Waiting Room, visible to all Health Center visitors, including: residents; staff; visiting and volunteer medical professionals; visitors on tours and guests. Intake Waiting Room This space is designed for residents and guests interviewing to begin treatment at TROSA. On TROSA visitor/tour path. Your name, your company name, or the name you choose will be very prominently displayed in the Intake Waiting Room, visible to all Care Center visitors, including: residents; staff; visiting and volunteer medical professionals; visitors on tours and guests. Number of Opportunities at this Level 1 Reserved 1 Donor Wall Name will lead our donor recognition wall, most prominently displayed inside the main entrance to the Center. Name will be most prominently displayed on our donor recognition wall inside the main entrance to our Center. Name will be prominently displayed on our donor recognition wall inside the main entrance to the Center. Event Recognition Our public thanks at our 2016 events: Family Day, BBQ, Bluegrass & Friends, and TRO- SA Tree Lots. Our public thanks at our 2016 events: Family Day, BBQ, Bluegrass & Friends, and TRO- SA Tree Lots. Our public thanks at our 2016 events: Family Day, BBQ, Bluegrass & Friends, and TROSA Tree Lots. Print and Electronic Media Recognition Name will appear in all publications, print and electronic media, and references to Center. Name will appear in all publications, print and electronic media, and references to Center. $150,000 $100,000 (option 1) $100,000 (option 2) $50,000 $25,000 Medication Waiting Area On TROSA visitor/tour path. Your name, your company name, or the name you choose will be prominently displayed in the Medication Waiting area, visible to all Care Center visitors, including: residents; staff; visiting and volunteer medical professionals; visitors on tours and guests. Counseling/Psychiatry Offices Name will be prominently displayed on the door of one Counseling or Psychiatry Office, visible to all Care Center visitors, including: residents; staff; visiting and volunteer medical professionals; visitors on tours and guests. Large Meeting Rooms Your name, your company name, or the name you choose will be prominently displayed on the door of one Meeting Room, visible to all Care Center visitors including: residents; staff; visiting and volunteer medical professionals; visitors on tours and guests. Examination Rooms Your name, your company name, or the name you choose will be prominently displayed on the door of one Examination room, visible to all Care Center visitors, including: residents; staff; visiting and volunteer medical professionals; visitors on tours and guests. Intake Assessment Rooms Your name, your company name, or the name you choose will be prominently displayed on the door of one Intake Assessment room. *NOTE: Gifts made at the $100,000+ level can be paid in pledge installments for 2-3 years. *NOTE: All gifts of $5,000 and above will be publicly recognized Name will be very prominently displayed on our donor recognition wall inside the main entrance to the Center. Name will be very visible on our donor recognition wall inside the main entrance to the building Name will be very visible on our donor recognition wall inside the main entrance to the Center. Name will be displayed on our donor recognition wall inside the main entrance to the Center. Name will be displayed on our donor recognition wall inside the main entrance to the Center. Our public thanks at our 2016 events: Family Day, BBQ, Bluegrass & Friends, and TROSA Tree Lots. Public thanks at two 2016 events: Family Day and BBQ, Bluegrass & Friends Public thanks at two 2016 events: Family Day and BBQ, Bluegrass & Friends With great thanks to our Campaign Committee: Catherine Gilliss (Chair) Jeff Clark Perry Colwell Kevin McDonald Prue Meehan Miles Palmer Garrett Putman
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