Yellow Jacket Hope Center For Teens

Yellow Jacket Hope Center For Teens

YELLOW JACKET HOPE CENTER FOR TEENS Dawn Johnson, Michelle Klochack, Joan Kronlein, and Jennifer Paulsen OSP Group 3 NUR 440 QUESTION: Where would YOU go if you were homeless? And a teenager? And sick, or abused, or hungry, or scared, or alone, or addicted, or? ANSWER: A A A A A A A A

place place place place place place place place of help of caring to feel connected to feel better for health of trust of safety called Yellow Jacket Hope Center for Teens OUR COMMUNITY PROPOSAL

Greenville is a small community located in mid-central Michigan. According to an article in the local newspaper, there are about one hundred homeless students that the public school advocates for (Ameling, 2011). There is a need in the community for free health care for these students. At the present time the public school funds medical needs for these students through the use of McKinney-Vento federal funds, local community donations, and a grant from the Greenville Area Community Foundation (Jeltsema, 2011). Our group proposal is to provide free health care to homeless students via a teen center. The McKinney-Vento funds can then be used for additional needs of the homeless students, like housing and perhaps repairing or preventing the reasons these students are homeless. . Mission Statement The Yellow Jacket Hope Center for Teens is Dedicated to improving the health and well being of homeless

and low income teens in the Greenville area. Our mission focuses on prevention, early treatment and health maintenance through the combination of physicians, nurses, dietitians, social workers and counselors. PHILOSOPHY ( Watsons theory and the four major concepts, para. 1) (Watson, 2012, The Seven Assumptions, para. 3). PHILOSOPHY CONTINUED Our commitment is to provide quality care in a safe environment with the following focus: Patients We believe that everyone deserves to have access to high quality basic medical care regardless of ability pay. We believe that everyone deserves to have health education opportunities regardless of ability to pay. Nursing We believe nurses are an integral part in helping this population obtain health care services needed without fear of inability to pay. We believe nurses can play an integral part in health education for this vulnerable population.

GOALS ORGANIZATION AL Ensure high quality care will be provided to all homeless teens regardless of their ability to pay. Ensure availability of physician, nursing, dietitian and medical social work services. Ensure high quality care in a safe environment. Ensure that sex education and counseling services are provided. Ensure a clean welcoming environment is available for teens. Ensure that nutritional information is provided. Ensure care plan development that encompasses all discipline recommendations. Ensure appropriate referrals to community resources.

GOALS CONTINUED The Yellow Jacket Hope Center for Teens will strive to play a vital role in the lives of those who seek services by providing caring and compassionate care. The success in attaining these goals will rely on support of the community and support from the school system. To holistically care for mind, body and spirit. To provide comprehensive medical care regardless of ability to pay. To foster a trusting relationship with the clients we serve as evidenced by returning To solidify our place in the Greenville communitys healthcare landscape by partnering with Greenville Public Schools

and United Memorial Hospital. ORGANIZATION AL OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES CONTINUED To provide a safe health care environment, free from judgment, intimidation and ridicule. To provide accurate health education to those we serve by using evidence based practice models. Organizational Chart (Board of Directors oversees) Clinic Medical Director Nurse Practioner

or Physicians Assistant RN Clinic Nurse Registered Dietician Social Worker Mental Health Counselor Finance Coordinator Maintenanc e personel Clinic Manager

Receptionist POSITIONS REQUIRED FOR SUCCESSFUL TEEN CLINIC The Medical Director/Clinic Physician Nurse Practitioner or Physicians Assistant Clinic Manger RN Clinic Nurse Medical Social Worker

Mental Health Counselor Registered Dietician Grant Finance Coordinator Receptionist Maintenance Personnel/Housekeeping JOB OPPORTUNITY (EXAMPLE ADVERTISEMENT) RN Clinic Nurse We have a unique opportunity for a caring Registered Nurse (BSN preferred), who loves to work with diverse teens in a personal and friendly atmosphere. We are looking for the right blend of attitude, care, compassion, expertise, and collaboration for our new health center. If you have this combination of

characteristics, please email your cover letter and resume (with references). Please contact: Joan Kronlein RN [email protected] We look forward to hearing from you. EOE. BUDGET PLAN FOR YELLOW JACKET HOPE CENTER FOR TEENS The proposed budget will begin fiscal year 2013; this will allow time to secure the Blue Cross/Blue Shield (BCBS) Competitive Grant as well as secure private donations. The grant from BCBS will be the main source of income for the clinic with private donations of both supplies and cash. Supplies and medications will be sought through donations. Pharmaceutical companies will be contacted for donations of common antibiotic medications that may not be covered through the Meijer and Walmart free antibiotic program. BUDGET PLAN CONTINUED The Yellow Jacket Hope Center for teens will operate on a budget with a projected patient population of five to ten patients per week and will be

open year round. The Finance Coordinator will manage all expenditures and income and report monthly to the Board of Directors who will include leaders in the community as well as a representative from the public school system. Proposed Budget Sheet (May 1, 2012 April 30, 2013) %FullPosition Duration of Time unit Wage rate Per unit Total Title time(FTE) employment Clinic Medical Director

10% (6-10 hrs/wk) 12 Month $2,400 Month $28,800 Nurse Practitioner 10% 12 Month Volunteer Month

$0 Finance Coordinator 10% 12 Month $640 Month $7,680 Clinic Manager 10% 12 Month

$980 Month $11,760 RN Clinic Nurse 10% 12 Month Volunteer month $0 Registered Dietician 10%

12 Month Volunteer Month $0 Social Worker 10% 12 Month Volunteer Month $0 Mental

Health Counselor 10% 12 Month Volunteer Month $0 Maintenance 10% personel 12 Month Volunteer Month

$0 Receptionist 12 month volunteer Month $0 10% Personnel Total Budget = $48,240.00/ yr BUDGET SHEET CONTINUED Grant Total Awarded

50,000/year Private Donations 20,000/year Building & Maintenance Equipment/Supplies Donated 10,000/year +70,000 monies awarded -48,240 personnel -10,000 Equipment/supplies +11,760 Thank you for your time and

attention to this presentation. Yellow Jacket Hope Center for Teens REFERENCES Ameling, K. (2011, December 25). Greenville community dinner to help those who go without. Retrieved from http://thedailynews.cc/2011/12/25/greenville-communitydinner-to-help-those-who-go-without/ City-Data.com (2012). Greenville, Michigan. Retrieved January 18, 2012 from: www.city-data.com/city/greenville-michigan.html Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce (2009). Coalition of greater Greenville. Retrieved from http://www.greenvillemi.org/Chamber-of-Commerce/CoalitionOf-Greater-Greenville.aspx Greenville Public Schools (2012). School Nurse Services. Retrieved January 18, 2012 from: www.greenville.k12.mi.us/district.cfm?subpage=90729 REFERENCES Jeltsema, R. (2011). Need help staying in class? Greenville school fund stands ready and waiting. Retrieved from http://thedailynews.cc/2011/10/29/need-help-staying-inclass-greenville-school-fund-stands-ready-and-waiting/ Michigan Department of Technology, Labor and Budget, (2012). MI Fast Facts. Retrieved January 21, 2012 from http://www.milmi.org/ United States Department of Education. Title VII-B of the

McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act as amended by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. (2001). Education for homeless children and youth program. Retrieved from http://www2.ed.gov/programs/homeless/guidance.pdf Watson, J. (2012). Jean Watsons philosophy of nursing. Nursing Theories: a companion to nursing theories and models. Retrieved from http://currentnursing.com/nursing_theory/Watson.html

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