EIN 95-1648184

Neighborhood House Association (NHA)

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Developing children, families and future leaders of our communities through empowerment, education and wellness from our house to yours.
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Program areas at NHA

Child care progams - head start, early head start and child development program:head start is a federally funded child development program for very low income children, ages 3-5, and their families. It provides preschool children of low income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social health, nutritional and psychological needs.early head start focuses on enrolled children 6 weeks to 3 years of age as well as pregnant and post partum low income women. Comprehensive services include parenting class and transition services for children moving on to preschool. Total enrolled children - 6,658.nha's nutrition services receives, handles, prepares and transports food to preschoolers according to all federal, state and local laws pertaining to safe food handling. The team is led by a registered dietitian who ensures that all meals prepared exceed pattern guidelines provided by the usda's child care food program. Total meals served - 583,358.
Youth and other services:neighborhood House association's emergency services home work center provides tutoring services to children from elementary to high school with a quiet safe place to study when their alternatives are limited. Use of nha's homework center is free to qualifying students and features transportation from designated areas to the center, computer and internent, printers, school supplies and snacks. Total students - 54.nha financial counseling and coaching program (fccp) was created to provide valuable coaching and financial education to low-income families. The program teaches families how to manage and overcome debt, create a spending plan and budget, and establish a viable saving account and emergency funds. The financial counseling and coaching program also provides full resident services; including afterschool and tutoring services, to both the coronado terrace and vista terrace hills apartments located in san diego
Health & nutrition:neighborhood House association's adhc center provides dual day treatment program options to adults 18 years of age and older, offering both adult day health care (adhc) as well as adult day program (adp) services. Adhc is a medical-model program designed for adults with physical, mental, cognitive or intellectual impairments/disabilities; providing participants with nursing, rehabilitative therapies (physical, occupational, and speech therapy) and psycho-social services. The adp is a social-model of care focusing on memory and personal care assistance, while providing a variety of cognitively stimulating activities. Total clients served - 114.project enable is a full scope mental health program that was established in 1982.since 1982, additional programs were added: friendship clubhouse, geriatric specialty, employment support services and project in-reach.nha friendship clubhouse is a member-driven rehabilitation and recovery program for adults 18 and above with a history of serious and persistent mental illness including those who may have co-occurring substance use disorders. The clubhouse's services focus on social and independent living skills enhancement, health and wellness, recreation and vocational rehabilitation. These services are facilitated in compliance with the principles of bpsr via a variety of self-help groups, work groups, classes, individual support and peer-led activities. Besides pursuing personal recovery goals of their own choice, members of the clubhouse fully participate in the planning and conducting of all program activities. The goal of the program is the empowerment of members to re-establish normal roles in their community and successfully re-integrate into community life.project enable's geriatric program provides outreach, engagement and case-management services to the formerly homeless at alpha square. The focus is to assist alpha square residents, 60 years and older to decrease current and future homelessness, to thrive in permanent housing, to improve their overall functioning, quality of life and, as appropriate, vocational status. Senior outreach services composed of geriatric specialists who provide in-home assessment to at risk seniors, 60 and older in the central region. The intent of the program is to reach out to older adults who are experiencing a mental health issue, who are unable or unwilling seek assistance from other mental health settings, who are at risk, and may be isolated, homebound and unable to access needed resources and counseling to maintain a healthy, fulfilling life. Geriatric specialists have expertise and knowledge of the geriatric population and can provide short-term crisis and case management brokerage linkage services. Field-based services include: in-home needs assessment; short-term case management & supportive counseling; nursing expertise and comprehensive community-based referrals to support community based living. Geriatric specialists also provide mobile crisis intervention services, including assessment for voluntary or involuntary hospitalizations if indicated; consult with primary care physicians and other health professionals on co-occurring mental health and physical health conditions. Project enable bpsr clinic is a time-limited outpatient specialty mental health program that focuses on stabilization and recovery goals with the expectation that clients will effectively recover with treatment so that they may graduate from the program. Project enable offers medication management, short-term individual therapy, co-occurring specialty services, group therapy, peer support, rehabilitative counseling, case management, linkage to supportive community services and employment support services. The goal of nha project enable services is to help client stabilize and learn to manage symptoms in order to facilitate graduation and transition to a lower level of care, such as primary care, socialization, self-help, and recovery focused services will continue to be available at the nha friendship clubhouse to our clients after their graduation from nha project enable bpsr center.the employment support services program, which is part of the clinic, is designed to service the severely mentally ill (smi) clients that are within the project enable clinic. The program utilizes the individual placement and support model. The employment support services provide the following services to clients; support services (integrating work plan with treatment plan), job preparation training (client preference, soft skills, benefits counseling), job development and follow along supports (post-placement services, stay with clients for 45 days after employed).nha project in-reach is an outreach and engagement program for serious mentally ill incarcerated individuals ages 18+ who have or are at risk of substance use and/or psychological disorders as they prepare to exit the detention facility. Clients may be enrolled up to 6 months pre-release and stay in the program up to 3 months post-release. Services include case management, outreaching and organizing the necessary community resources in order to support client's transition out of the correctional facility, group and some individual counseling, mental health and recovery services, and crisis intervention for adults in correctional facilities. The program serves all of san diego county. Program goals are to improve client's quality of life, to decrease relapse and reduce recidivism and to diminish impact of untreated health, mental health and/or substance abuse issues. Furthermore, the program helps inmates with substance use and co-occurring disorders to become educated about addiction, learn new coping mechanisms, wean off cravings through appropriate use of medication, prepare for re-entry into the community and learn pro-social behavior and better communication skills. The program aims at increasing and strengthening participation in community aftercare substance use programs by promoting their value to in-jail populations and ensuring the successful linkage between in-jail programs and community aftercare. Total clients served through these five programs - 2,292.the hiv case management program was established in 1993. The program serves all of san diego county, and is funded through hiv, std & hepatitis branch of public health services, county of san diego health & human services agency. The program helps improve the health status and quality of life for those diagnosed with hiv/aids. Services include but are not limited to: information & referrals, assistance in securing benefits and resources, assessment of health and social service's needs, advocacy regarding health and social service needs, provision of hiv information & support to clients and family members, comprehensive case management. Total clients served - 200.nha's senior nutrition center provides lunch meals to adults 60 years of age and older, as well as, socialization, recreation, education, health and nutrition services to assist in the independence and safety of these individuals. With a team of dedicated volunteers and employees, the program provides nutrition-centered services that link senior adults with healthy meals, exercising, transportation, social activities, emotional support systems and other services that meet each individuals level of need. Total meals served - 9,512 and 2,212 mts rides.

Who funds Neighborhood House Association (NHA)

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
Feeding AmericaFight Hunger$2,523,953
The San Diego FoundationFor Emergency Meal Production for the San Diego County-Wide Unsheltered Population, in Partnership With the Regional Task Force on the Homeless, Crisis House, Alpha Project, the National Alliance on Mental Illness in San Diego, Homestart, and the Clean and Safe Program of the Downtown San Diego Partnership$215,000
Alliance Healthcare Foundation (AHF)2020 Mission Support Grant$50,000
...and 6 more grants received
Federal funding details
Federal agencyProgram nameAmount
Department of Health and Human ServicesHEAD START$81,312,738
Department of AgricultureCHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM$993,611
Department of Health and Human ServicesHIV EMERGENCY RELIEF PROJECT GRANTS$501,945
...and 11 more federal grants / contracts

Personnel at NHA

Rudolph A JohnsonPresident and Chief Executive Officer$504,024
Kim PeckGM and Chief Financial Officer$186,734
Duquette F SobekVice President - Facilities and Operations$164,755
Dwight SmithGM and General Counsel$191,269
Mark BlankenshipTreasurer$0
...and 7 more key personnel

Financials for NHA

RevenuesFYE 06/2020
Total grants, contributions, etc.$98,247,542
Program services$2,058,125
Investment income and dividends$41,130
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$-33,622
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$52,288
Total revenues$100,365,463

Form 990s for NHA

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2020-062021-04-27990View PDF
2019-062020-10-05990View PDF
2018-062019-06-19990View PDF
2017-062018-04-10990View PDF
2016-062017-07-27990View PDF
...and 6 more Form 990s
Data update history
July 22, 2022
Received grants
Identified 2 new grant, including a grant for $27,285 from San Diego Seniors Community Foundation
September 23, 2021
Received grants
Identified 5 new grant, including a grant for $2,523,953 from Feeding America
August 21, 2021
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2019
July 1, 2021
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2020
June 26, 2021
Updated personnel
Identified 2 new personnel
Nonprofit Types
ClinicsMental health organizationsHead Start programs
HealthMental healthHuman servicesHousingHomelessness
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General information
5660 Copley Dr
San Diego, CA 92111
Metro area
San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, CA
San Diego County, CA
Website URL
(858) 715-2642
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IRS details
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Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
F80: Mental Health Association
NAICS code, primary
621: Outpatient Health Care Practitioners and Facilities
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