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CCH – Consumer Advisory Board of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

October 21, 2016

CCH  –  Consumer Advisory Board of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

Steven Shankland

Gayle Van Loan

X  Tanger Jones <tangescorp@yahoo.com>,
“radiohead205@aol.com” <radiohead205@aol.com>,
X  LaRay Kraeplin <lkraeplin@yahoo.com>,
“vdwhitsett@gmail.com” <vdwhitsett@gmail.com>,
X  Randle Loeb <randleloeb@gmail.com>,
“lorimalone1960@gmail.com” <lorimalone1960@gmail.com>,
“carlbarge11@gmail.com” <carlbarge11@gmail.com>,
X  “GAZvanloan@gmail.com” <GAZvanloan@gmail.com>,
Bruce Ratliff <bratliff@coloradocoalition.org>

Rocco SMALL

Mary Lea Forington

Sarah Lightfoot

Tammy Bellofatto

Denay

a woman from  ________club house –  Bruce Ratliff  MON  WED  FRI  ALPHONSO is at the CLUB HOUSE

Torry Whitsett

Kate Dale  

ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN  

OVERALL POSITIVE –  COLOR RESULTS

MAY 84  PATIENTS 

CULTURAL COMPETENCY

DUAL PURPOSE

6%  ESPANOL

SOME NEEDED ASSISTANCE

 

8   QUESTIONS LEIKERT SCALE ADDITIONAL RESPONSES

1  LOWEST

 

SCORED HIGHEST

IN TWO AREAS WELCOMING NATURE OS SIGNAGE AND BATHROOMS

COMFORT OF CARE ROOMS  HIGHEST RATED

READABILITY OF THE SIGNAGE WAS HIGHLY PRAISED

52  of 84  respondents strongly agree that  the signage is welcoming  many were neutral

cleanliness  69  strongly agreed

comfort  safety in waiting areas  strongly agreed

 

giving an attitude  disturbed  her  the newer person here 

 

how safe the staff makes me feel  11 somewhat somewhat disagree

care rooms are on second floor  and exam rooms

 

open ended  needed to be cleaned more often  leaving things in the bathroom more

 

qualitative feedback  focus group  participating   encouraging people to participate.  

 

having quiet areas to wait  if you are strung out

 

personal space  where you can rest

 

WORK FORCE    Tammy is presenting

family support services  writing more grants as of now

900 +   April, 2016  # of participants since 2012   796  placements  in jobs

2009  vocational specialist    Tammy started working here

2012  grant funded program expanded CSBG in   2012

Chair of Denver’s Road Home subcommittee  55 organizations are part of the Workforce committee

$300,000.00 GRANT in 2014

STOUT STREET WORKS –   janitorial housekeeping front desk, security  temporary    work for a few months placed in the community.

awarded a grant BED BUG  PROGRAM  treated 70 units

 

parking lot staffing from the Stout Street Work

 

 

Our CAB meeting is on Tuesday, October 18th, from 11:30 am to 1 pm in the SSHC Community Room. 

Please let me know if you have any questions! 

Best,

Sarah Lightfoot
Administrative and Grants Associate
Stout Street Health Center
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Office: 303.312.9582
2 to 4 hours of 132 degrees  fahrenheit
line inside of the walls with diatomaceous earth
audit on the program  they demonstrated the bed bug  program  they  spread  they’ve done 70  units  different frame of mind  a lot of stuff there is more likely an issue  ratification program
will not migrate unless the infestation is VAST  introduced on a person’s body  bag with bed bugs with them  a guest put their  things in a plastic bag  travel in your  clothes along the living  never pick up furniture in trash  in new building there will be a place for your things to be sterilized
crossroads and samaritan house  salvation army  they do not have this program  will take special insurance and funding
TIM MARSHALL  Always looking for funding options
financial literacy  savings  planning envelope savings previous debts
November 20  SOUP FOR THE SOUL
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