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CENTERBOARD INC

Mission Statement
TO REVITALIZE THE CITY OF LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS AS AN URBAN CENTER WHICH SUPPORTS THE ENTIRE REGION WITH A VITAL CREATIVE ECONOMY AND STRONG, SAFE, AND STABLE HOUSING, JOBS AND SCHOOLS.

Formed 1988. The IRS granted this nonprofit coporation 501(c) status in July of 1989. Its accounting period ends in June.

Tax Code Designation: 501(c)(3)

Contributions are tax deductible.

Foundation Type: Organization which receives a substantial part of its support from a governmental unit or the general public

Principal Officer: MARK DEJOIE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Tax Returns for Centerboard Inc

Form 990 2014 Full Details

Tax Year: 2014 (2014-07-01 - 2015-06-30)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $9,454,780

Investment Income: $131

Other Revenue: $68,679


Total Revenue
$9,540,703

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $0

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $4,410,897

Other Expenses: $4,679,781


Total Expenses
$9,090,678

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $1,458,719

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $450,025

Total Liabilities $2,233,809


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$1,608,744

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $1,023,952
Revenue: $0

TEEN LIVING PROGRAM THE TEEN LIVING PROGRAM (TLP) IS A RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM DESIGNED TO PROVIDE A PERMANENT AND STABLE HOME ENVIRONMENT FOR ELEVEN PREGNANT OR PARENTING YOUNG MOTHERS AND THEIR CHILDREN. IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION THE PROGRAM MAY TEMPORARILY ACCOMMODATE THREE ADDITIONAL TEEN MOTHERS AND THEIR CHILDREN UNTIL PERMANENT HOMES ARE FOUND. TEEN PARENTS MUST BE REFERRED TO CENTERBOARD BY THE MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. EVERY TEEN MOTHER MUST ATTEND SCHOOL REGULARLY AND PARTICIPATE IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT. THIS STRUCTURED CURRICULUM IS BALANCED WITH A NURTURING SUPPORT SYSTEM DESIGNED TO FOSTER PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR THE RESIDENTS AND THEIR CHILDREN.

Expenses: $930,255
Revenue: $0

ADOLESCENT GROUP HOME THIS GROUP HOME PROGRAM PROVIDED RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FOR 12 YOUTHS (AGES 13-18) WHO WERE UNDER THE CARE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. THIS PROGRAM PROVIDED LONG TERM CARE FROM THREE MONTHS UP TO TWO YEARS. YOUTHS IN THIS PROGRAM HAD AN ARRAY OF CONCERNS SUCH AS: DIFFICULTIES IN SCHOOL, ISSUES AT HOME, BEHAVIORAL ISSUES, AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES. YOUTHS HAD THEIR MEDICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS ADDRESSED WITHIN THE PROGRAM BY A TEAM OF PROFESSIONALS. FAMILY MEMBERS WERE ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM WHENEVER POSSIBLE.

Expenses: $1,460,228
Revenue: None

PRE-INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM 728,414 PROGRAM FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING 267,883 SUPPORTED TEEN EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM 102,555 SCATTERED SITES STABILIZATION PROGRAM 329,968 FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER 31,408 _________ TOTAL 1,460,228

Form 990 2013 Full Details

Tax Year: 2013 (2013-07-01 - 2014-06-30)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $6,593,742

Investment Income: $5,335

Other Revenue: $5,562


Total Revenue
$6,621,173

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $0

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $3,683,069

Other Expenses: $2,861,542


Total Expenses
$6,544,611

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $1,382,157

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $76,562

Total Liabilities $1,615,249


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$1,458,719

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $1,315,643
Revenue: $0

SHORT TERM ASSESSMENT & RAPID REINTEGRATION PROGRAM THIS RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM PROVIDES EMERGENCY PLACEMENT FOR 12 YOUTH (AGES 12-18) WHO ARE IN THE CARE OF THE MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (DCF). THE PROGRAM PROVIDES SHORT TERM ASSESSMENT FOR YOUTH WHO ARE NEWLY ENTERING DCF CARE, TYPICALLY 15 DAYS, OR AS LONG AS 45 DAYS. THE PROGRAM PROVIDES CASE MANAGEMENT AND CLINICAL SERVICES AND ASSESSMENT. WHILE A YOUTH IS IN THIS PROGRAM THEY ARE IMMEDIATELY CONNECTED WITH A CLINICIAN FOR MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS. A REGISTERED NURSE WORKS WITH THE YOUTH TO ADDRESS AND ASSESS ANY MEDICAL NEEDS THAT THEY MAY ENTER THE PROGRAM WITH. THE GOAL OF THE PROGRAM IS TO WORK TOWARDS PERMANENT CONTINUED ON SCHEDULE O CONTINUED FROM FORM 990 PAGE 2 PLACEMENT SOLUTIONS FOR A YOUTH AND IN ENGAGING THE YOUTH AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS IN SERVICES. YOUTH IN THIS PROGRAM MAY MOVE BACK HOME WITH STRONGER SERVICES IN PLACE, MAY MOVE IN WITH ANOTHER FAMILY MEMBER, MAY MOVE TO A RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM, OR MAY MOVE INTO A FOSTER CARE HOME. PLACEMENT IS BASED ON THE BEST OPTION FOR THE YOUTH AND TO DECREASE MOVEMENT WITHIN THE SYSTEM.

Expenses: $580,658
Revenue: $0

TEEN LIVING PROGRAM THE TEEN LIVING PROGRAM (TLP) IS A RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM DESIGNED TO PROVIDE A PERMANENT AND STABLE HOME ENVIRONMENT FOR ELEVEN PREGNANT OR PARENTING YOUNG MOTHERS AND THEIR CHILDREN. IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION THE PROGRAM MAY TEMPORARILY ACCOMMODATE THREE ADDITIONAL TEEN MOTHERS AND THEIR CHILDREN UNTIL PERMANENT HOMES ARE FOUND. TEEN PARENTS MUST BE REFERRED TO CENTERBOARD BY THE MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. EVERY TEEN MOTHER MUST ATTEND SCHOOL REGULARLY AND PARTICIPATE IN SKILL DEVELOPMENT. THIS STRUCTURED CURRICULUM IS BALANCED WITH A NURTURING SUPPORT SYSTEM DESIGNED TO FOSTER PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR THE RESIDENTS AND THEIR CHILDREN.

Expenses: $1,397,620
Revenue: None

ADOLESCENT GROUP HOME 348,902 PRE-INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM 479,310 FINANCIAL STABILITY CENTER 156,701 PROGRAM FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING 241,803 SUPPORTED TEEN EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM 111,223 ANDREW STREET HOUSING 34,852 PUBLIC ARTS 24,829 _________ TOTAL 1,397,620

Form 990 2012 Full Details

Tax Year: 2012 (2012-07-01 - 2013-06-30)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $6,355,944

Investment Income: $502

Other Revenue: $-8,459


Total Revenue
$7,137,163

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $0

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $4,201,365

Other Expenses: $2,848,576


Total Expenses
$7,049,941

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $1,294,935

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $87,222

Total Liabilities $293,422


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$1,382,157

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $1,356,144
Revenue: $0

SHORT TERM ASSESSMENT & RAPID REINTEGRATION PROGRAM THIS RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM PROVIDES EMERGENCY PLACEMENT FOR 12 YOUTH (AGES 12-18) WHO ARE IN THE CARE OF THE MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (DCF). THE PROGRAM PROVIDES SHORT TERM ASSESSMENT FOR YOUTH WHO ARE NEWLY ENTERING DCF CARE, TYPICALLY 15 DAYS, OR AS LONG AS 45 DAYS. THE PROGRAM PROVIDES CASE MANAGEMENT AND CLINICAL SERVICES AND ASSESSMENT. WHILE A YOUTH IS IN THIS PROGRAM THEY ARE IMMEDIATELY CONNECTED WITH A CLINICIAN FOR MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS. A REGISTERED NURSE WORKS WITH THE YOUTH TO ADDRESS AND ASSESS ANY MEDICAL NEEDS THAT THEY MAY ENTER THE PROGRAM WITH. THE GOAL OF THE PROGRAM IS TO WORK TOWARDS PERMANENT CONTINUED ON SCHEDULE O CONTINUED FROM FORM 990 PAGE 2 PLACEMENT SOLUTIONS FOR A YOUTH AND IN ENGAGING THE YOUTH AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS IN SERVICES. YOUTH IN THIS PROGRAM MAY MOVE BACK HOME WITH STRONGER SERVICES IN PLACE, MAY MOVE IN WITH ANOTHER FAMILY MEMBER, MAY MOVE TO A RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM, OR MAY MOVE INTO A FOSTER CARE HOME. PLACEMENT IS BASED ON THE BEST OPTION FOR THE YOUTH AND TO DECREASE MOVEMENT WITHIN THE SYSTEM.

Expenses: $732,186
Revenue: $0

ADOLESCENT GROUP HOME THIS GROUP HOME PROGRAM PROVIDES RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FOR 12 YOUTHS (AGES 13-18) WHO ARE UNDER THE CARE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES. THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES LONG TERM CARE FROM THREE MONTHS UP TO TWO YEARS. YOUTHS IN THIS PROGRAM HAVE AN ARRAY OF CONCERNS SUCH AS; DIFFICULTIES IN SCHOOL, ISSUES AT HOME, BEHAVIORAL ISSUES, AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES. YOUTHS HAVE THEIR MEDICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS ADDRESSED WITHIN THE PROGRAM BY A TEAM OF PROFESSIONALS. FAMILY MEMBERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM WHENEVER POSSIBLE.

Expenses: $1,980,178
Revenue: None

TEEN LIVING PROGRAM 566,778 PRE-INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM 559,091 FINANCIAL STABILITY CENTER 431,897 PROGRAM FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING 285,540 SUPPORTED TEEN EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM 97,737 ANDREW STREET HOUSING 39,135 _________ TOTAL 1,980,178

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