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Orange County Rescue Mission, Inc.

AKA O.C.R.M.

Tustin, CA

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Orange County Rescue Mission, Inc.

Also Known As:
O.C.R.M.
Physical Address:
Tustin, CA 92782 
EIN:
95-2479552
Web URL:
www.rescuemission.org
Leadership:
Mr. Jim Palmer
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Fiscal Year Starting: Oct 01, 2011
Fiscal Year Ending: Sep 30, 2012
Revenue
Total Revenue $12,755,409
Expenses
Total Expenses $12,773,926

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Basic Organization Information

Orange County Rescue Mission, Inc.

Also Known As:
O.C.R.M.
Physical Address:
Tustin, CA 92782 
EIN:
95-2479552
Web URL:
www.rescuemission.org 
NTEE Category:
P Human Services 
P85 Homeless Services/Centers 
L Housing, Shelter 
L40 Low-Cost Temporary Housing (includes Youth Hostels) 
W Public, Society Benefit 
Ruling Year:
1972 

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Mission Statement

The Rescue Mission's purpose is to minister the love of Jesus Christ to the least, the last and the lost of Orange County through the provision of assistance in the areas of guidance, counseling, education, job training, shelter, food, clothing, and health care.

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Leadership (GuideStar ExchangeThe GuideStar Exchange allows nonprofits to regularly update key information directly to GuideStar. It provides richer and broader information about their programs, impact, finances, people and more. January, 2014)

Mr. Jim Palmer

Term:

Since Jan 1988

Profile:

Jim Palmer, President of OCRM since October 1992, is an ordained pastor at the Village Church of Irvine. Born and raised in Orange County, Mr. Palmer co-founded Irvine Temporary Housing, which assists homeless men, women and children and he served as Co-Chairman of the U.S. Olympic Committee in 1984. Jim has quietly served on over 42 different non-profit Board of Directors Since 1997, he has served as a County Commissioner for the County of Orange's Housing Commission; today he serves as its Chairman, and was instrumental in the development of the Continuum of Care Leadership Cabinet, a sub-committee of the Housing Commission which assists in the development of regional strategies for homeless programs. As Chair of the Leadership Cabinet, Jim Palmer has helped the Orange County government secure over $53 million in federal funding for county homeless programs. Furthermore, Jim's vision for collaboration led him to found the Orange County Partnership, a collaborative group of hunger, housing, and healthcare providers. He is a strong advocate for decentralizing non-profit administration - empowering staff to make decisions centered on mutual values. Under Mr. Palmer's direction OCRM received the 211th Presidential Point of Light for program excellence and cost effectiveness on behalf of the homeless in Orange County. Jim's strong belief in serving others, and excellent reputation as a leader, have recently led him to a Presidential appointment and Senate confirmation to a role as a Director on the Board for the Corporation for National and Community Service, which he served through 2011. Jim was elected to the Tustin City Council in November of 2006. Jim believes that good government begins with principles. Jim led a county-wide effort to assist the hurricane evacuees who came to Orange County. As a result, this was the only county in the nation who allowed a government, public and non-profit disaster recovery effort to be led by a non-profit organization. Jim currently also serves as Chairman, for the Professional Service Responders, Orange County Sheriff's Department, in Orange County, California; and as the Director of Security and Safety Division Spirit West Coast Del Mar, Tustin, California.



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Program: Multiple Mobile Services Program

Budget:
$104,000
Category:
Human Services, General/Other
Population Served:
Homeless
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Program Description:

OCRM's response to incorporating mobile programs into a consolidated outreach program to the poor and homeless to address multiple and complex problems. The Multiple Mobile Services Program involves a mobile feeding program, an adult medical mobile, a legal mobile, and a Care Coordinator to assist with information and referral to OCRM programs or other community based programs.

Program Long-Term Success:

The Multiple Mobile Services Program provides three distinct services to homeless, poverty and under- served populations. The feeding mobile program targets the chronically homeless in areas such as Santa Ana, Dana Point, and Huntington Beach. Meals are prepared in the commercial kitchen at the Village of Hope and delivered by community volunteers. This outreach provides opportunities for staff and volunteers to provide information to the homeless about OCRM's programs as well as other community based organizations. The long term success is to move the chronically homeless into transitional or permanent housing.

Program Short-Term Success:

The MMSP program provides meals, legal assistance and medical care to chronically homeless persons. Short term success is measured by: 1) the number of meals provided; 2) the number of persons receiving legal counsel and referrals; 3) the number of patients receiving medical care.

Program Success Monitored by:

Program success is monitored by the following: Mobile Feeding Program: data is maintained on the number of meals provided by OCRM staff. Trinity Mobile Legal Clinic: Trinity Law School maintains data on the number of persons served and the types of legal issues encountered. Medical Mobile Clinic: Hurtt Family Health Clinic operates the medical mobile and uses a data based program (EMR) to track various health care parameters, such as demographics, insurance, health issue, and referrals.

Program Success Examples:

Mobile Feeding Program: meals served Trinity Mobile Legal Clinic: 150 legal consultations; 125 follow up consultations Medical Mobile Clinic: 694 unduplicated patients received health care services.

Program: Food Box Distribution Program

Budget:
$50,000
Category:
Human Services, General/Other
Population Served:
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Other Named Groups
Immigrants/Newcomers/Refugees

Program Description:

The Food Box Distribution Program provides 1,000 food boxes monthly at various distribution sites and to low-income patients of the Hurtt Family Health Clinic. A care coordinator accompanies the distributions, providing information and referral to community based services.

Program Long-Term Success:

The Food Box Distribution Program targets very low income individuals or families who are experiencing food insufficiency.The food box provides a family of four with meals for a week. It is anticipated that 90% of individuals or families receiving the food box will be food sufficient for 1 week.

Program Short-Term Success:

Short term goals of the Multiple Mobile Services Program include regular access to food for those suffering from hunger.

Program Success Monitored by:

The Care Coordinator maintains information on the number of food boxes distributed as well as the number of community based referrals provided.

Program Success Examples:

In 2011, 16,105 food boxes were distributed, an increase of 34% over projected outcomes and 2,438 referrals were provided. The top referrals were for shelter (transitional and emergency), health care, and employment services.

Program: Strong Beginnings Program

Budget:
$102,000
Category:
Human Services, General/Other
Population Served:
Other Named Groups
Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)

Program Description:

The Strong Beginnings Program is a case management based outreach program for families with children birth to five years of age residing in poverty motels in Orange County. The major goal of the Strong Beginnings Program is to assist families at risk of homelessness achieve and maintain stability and to help them transition to permanent housing. Strong Beginnings Program is designed to help motel families achieve self sufficiency through the provision of the following:* Emergency assistance (food, emergency rental assistance, transportation)* Stabilization services (case management, job development, life skills, money management)* Transition to safe and permanent housing (referrals to housing resources, deposit assistance)

Program Long-Term Success:

1. To address emergency needs and help maintain housing, 100% of participants will receive direct assistance and case management services.2. To help stabilize families, participants will receive eligibility screening for health care and access to supportive services, such as child care, health care, etc. 3. To help families transition to permanent housing, assistance will be provided with housing education to locate affordable housing.4. To increase access to health care, participants will receive screening for eligibility for state or federal health care programs.5. To increase access to educational and vocational resources, participants will be appropriately linked to community based programs.

Program Short-Term Success:

The Strong Beginnings program is designed to help motel families maintain stability and to help them move toward self-sufficiency in the community. Short-term success is measured by the number of persons/families who maintain stability.

Program Success Monitored by:

The case manager for the Strong Beginnings Program maintains data on the types of services provided to the families and to the children. The case manager also tracks the number of families who transition from the hotels into permanent housing.

Program Success Examples:

In FY 2012-13, To meet the objectives of the grant, the following outcomes were achieved:1) 11 households received rental assistance; 3 households were referred for housing assistance; 1 household received deposit assistance.2) Participants received 137 case management consultations; two households were referred for counseling; 5 households were referred to credit/budge counseling.3) One Strong Beginnings family (five individuals) graduated into permanent housing.4) Five children received health screenings; 5 individuals were linked to health care services.5) Three participants were referred to One Stop, EDD; five households received bus passes.Total Unduplicated Clients 43Total Units of Service: 20,138

Program: Village of Hope

Budget:
$1,903,865
Category:
Human Services, General/Other
Population Served:
Homeless
Children and Youth (0 - 19 years)
Other Named Groups

Program Description:

The Village of Hope, a 192 bed transitional housing program located in Tustin, is the most programs for homeless single men and women, single parents and intact families in Orange County. Services include: Case Management: Case managers assess needs, define services, monitor treatment plans and outcomes, and provide a nurturing, relational context for guidance and assistance. Counseling Services: A licensed therapist offers oversight of the individual and family counseling programs; Pepperdine University partners with the Village of Hope, providing professional counseling and recovery services. Sunwest Success Center: The success center provides workforce and career development services , including job search, resume preparation, GED completion, and asset building. Food Service Department: The Food services department provides approximately 600 meals daily to residents of the Village of Hope and prepares an additional 500 meals weekly for the mobile feeding program. Child Development Center: The Child Development Center provides child day care service to infants and pre-school age children. Concordia University offers afterschool tutoring and homework assistance programs to our school age children. Medical, Dental and Vision Care: Health care services are provided to all residents through the Hurtt Family Health Clinic, a Federally Qualified Health Center located on the Village of Hope. Spiritual and Personal Development: The Village's 288 seat chapel and auditorium offers opportunities for residents to grow spiritually and socially. Transportation Services: Residents are assisted with bus passes. Legal Assistance: Trinity Law School provides interns to assist VOH residents with legal issues that can keep them from becoming employed or from renting an apartment.In FY 2012-13, 38% of VOH residents were children birth to 12 years of age.

Program Long-Term Success:

The primary goals of the Village of Hope programs are to prepare homeless individuals and families to become self sufficient. The Village of Hope's 18-24 month program provides the majority of services needed by the homeless to exit homelessness on its beautiful five acre campus. Residents receive assistance in areas such as job development, asset building, parenting, life skills training, recovery, and individual and family counseling. The Village recently implemented the Individualized Treatment Plan which the resident and case manager complete shortly after intake. The Plan identifies goals specific to each individual or family and the time line for completion of each goal. The resident progresses through his/her Treatment Plan based upon the complexity of their needs; in other words, the program is self-paced, although specific goals are identified.

Program Short-Term Success:

As mentioned previously, each resident has an Individualized Treatment Plan with established goals and timeline for completion of goals. It is anticipated that by the end of the first year, 90% of residents will enter the job development and job search phrase of the program.

Program Success Monitored by:

Each goal of the Individualized Treatment Plan is monitored by the case manager and case management team as well as other VOH departments, such as counseling, identified as a need and goal in the Plan. Counselors track number of counseling units and measure progress through recovery programs. Job development staff track a number of measurements, such as number of persons completing GED, number completing financial workshops, number of persons completing job success workshops, and number finding employment.

Program Success Examples:

Program: Double R Ranch

Budget:
$470,860
Category:
Human Services, General/Other
Population Served:
Homeless
Substance Abusers (Drug/Alcohol Abusers)
Males, all ages or age unspecified

Program Description:

The Double R Ranch (DRR), located on 142 acres in Warner Springs, is a transitional housing program for adult males in recovery. DRR is a working ranch and boards, rescues, breeds and shows Arabian horses. The ranch also breeds Boarder Collies and goats; proceeds from sales support ranch operations. All residents are assigned chores on the ranch; many report having been healed emotionally by their relationship with the animals, particularly the horses, and the beauty of the land. The ranch can house up to 24 men for 18 to 24 months. The men are also connected with the services offered at the Village of Hope, including medical health care, counseling services and job development.

Program Long-Term Success:

The Double R Ranch models the program structure of the Village of Hope, a transitional housing program for homeless men, women and children. All men entering the program develop an Individualized Treatment Plan with the on-site case manger. The Plan identifies individual goals and a timeline for completion of goals. Men can reside at the ranch for up to 24 months, receiving recovery classes, as well as real life experience as a ranch hand.

Program Short-Term Success:

The short term goals of the DRR is to provide a safe environment for men to go through the recovery process.

Program Success Monitored by:

Program success is measured by the number of men who maintain sobriety during the 18-24 month period and the number of men who graduate from the program.

Program Success Examples:

Randy had spent sixty percent of his life behind bars, and when he left prison, he found himself more strongly addicted than ever. He heard about the Double R Ranch through a rehabilitation program. Randy entered the program and eventually became a trail boss and participating in horse shows, where he won blue and red ribbons. Over the course of his stay at the Ranch, Randy reconnected with his estranged sister and daughter. He is now attending the Alcohol and Drug Studies program at Palomar Community College and working in a recovery program in San Clemente.


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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

In FY 2012-13, the Rescue Mission provided 2,071,063 units of service to 24,092 unduplicated persons. Service units included 1,276,990 meals, 128,270 shelter bed nights, 26,632 medical exams, 2,658 mental health assessments, 2,129 vocational and job training sessions. During the year, the Rescue Mission received funding to implement a pre-school readiness program for the children residing at the Village of Hope as well as increase the bed capacity at the Village of Hope by 30%. In addition, the Rescue Mission is investigating the potential of moving the Double R Ranch, a recovery program for men located in Warner Springs, CA. to Orange County, which could potential increase the number of transitional shelter beds offered to homeless men, women and children. This fiscal year the Rescue Mission is implementing an outreach program for victims of human trafficking and investigating the purchase of housing for homeless veterans and elderly homeless males.

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