Applicant Details & Scoring
ARC State Program Manager Comments
Total Qualifying Score: 3
County (ARC Region): Yes
State (ARC Region): Yes
Q3. IRS Status: Nonprofit – 2
Q4. Parent Entity: No – 1
Q5. 2 or More Full-Time Employees : Yes (as of 12/31/2019)
Q7. Budget Level: Above $3 million or below $100,000 – 0 (Last Fiscal Year Actual Income)
Q8. Restricted Reserves: Yes – 0
Q9. CARES Act Funding: Yes – 0
Q13. Participation by Executive: Yes
CONTACT & LOCATION INFORMATION
County (ARC Region) Barbour
State (ARC Region) West Virginia
ORGANIZATIONAL & FINANCIAL INFORMATION
The mission of Mountain Hospice is to provide a comprehensive program for the residents of Barbour, Grant, Mineral, Pendleton, Pocahontas, Randolph, and Tucker Counties. Including physiological, psychological, social and spiritual comfort and care for the terminally ill individual, family and close friends.
Q2. How organization aligns with ARC’s Plan & Goals:
Increase education, knowledge, skills, and health of residents to work and succeed in Appalachia;
Since the pandemic began in March, we have sought after increased education available to continue are pursuit in providing the best care available to the patients that we serve in rural WV.
Q3. IRS Filing Status: 501(c)(3)
Q4. Unit or Chapter of Larger Organization: No
Full-Time/Part-Time Employees: 28/6 (as of 9/1/2020)
Full-Time/Part-Time Employees: 27/8 (as of 12/31/2019)
Current Year Income/Expenses: $3,504,800/$3,504,800
Q6. Fiscal Year: Calendar
Q7. Budget Level
Last Fiscal Year Income/Expenses (Actual): $5,038,105 / $4,677,392
Current Year Income/Expenses (Projected): $3,504,800 / $3,504,800
Q8. Restricted Reserves (Amount): Yes ($250,610)
Q9. CARES Act Funding (Amount): Yes ($653,086.24)
Received From: SBA and US HHS Date Received: 04/17/2020
For What Purpose(s): Payroll protection, PPE, PPE storage, hardware, educational equipment and cleaning supplies
Q10. Negative Impacts from COVID-19:
It has given us some challenges of meeting our clients needs and keeping them as safe as possible. The fear of contracting the virus has minimized within the patients as we have shown them the safest practices necessary to keep their likelihood of contracting the virus minimal.
Q11. Top Three Concerns:
The safety practices of our healthcare workers during there visits to our patients in their home.
Being prepared for the future not knowing how long this pandemic could last.
Having the most education and knowledge during these trying times of running a health care organization.
How Participation in Program Will Address Concerns:
We have used fund-raising in the past to assist our patients who need charity care that do not have any health insurance available to them. We have not been able to do any of our fundraising events that we had planned for 2020, due to the pandemic. We do not want any patient to be turned away for health care because they do not have health insurance. Our goal is, and always has been, that our patients on Hospice would not have any out-of-pocket expenses for their end-of-life care. The hardship of losing someone is difficult enough for families to bare. That’s why we are applying for any and all educational avenues that feel will help us in the future.
Q12. Applying as a Proposed Cohort? No
Q13. Executive Director or CEO Will Participate in the Program? Yes
Q14. Top Two Choices for Cohort Instruction:
Course #1 Choice: 1-Fundraising
Course #2 Choice: 2-Fundraising
Q15. Desired Course Schedule for Cohort Instruction:
#1 Desired Course Schedule: 1-Winter 2021: 10-Week Course (Jan. 25. 2021 – Apr. 4, 2021)
#2 Desired Course Schedule: 2-Fall 2020: 11-Week Course (Nov. 9, 2020 -Jan. 24, 2021)
APPLICATION SUBMITED BY:
Name: Donna Haddix, Grant Coordinatior
Application Approved by Organization Director or CEO? Yes, Approved by Executive Director/CEO