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Plymouth Housing Group and Subsidiaries

Program areas | Form 990s | Financials | Vendors | Personnel | Peers

Plymouth Housing Group and Subsidiaries is a homeless assistance program based in Seattle, WA that was founded in 1980. As of 2019 they had $33 million in revenue and $65 million in assets.

Plymouth works to eliminate homelessness & address its causes by preserving, developing & operating safe, quality, supportive Housing & by providing homeless adults with opportunities to stabilize & improve their lives. Develops and manages affordable...

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Program areas at Plymouth Housing Group and Subsidiaries

Social services - Plymouth operates over 860 Housing units for individuals exiting homelessness, many of whom have signficant physical and behavioral health needs, disabilities, repeat interaction with hospitals, psychiatric institutions, and shelters, and involvement with the criminal justice system. Plymouth provides a range of supportive services to help tenants remain stably housed. Plymouth's case management approach emphasizes proactive, assertive engagement with tenants. Staff nurture trusting long-term relationships to provide a base for increased stability and recovery. Services are voluntary but staff are proactive and persistent in building a relationship, offering services and support. Staff are trained in motivational interviewing techniques, harm reduction, de-escalation, and trauma informed care. Staff meet with new tenants to complete an assessment and Housing services plan focusing on the tenant's self-identified needs and goals. Staff work with tenants to meet their goals by helping them access needed community services such as: medical, dental, behavioral health care ...

Housing development - in 2018, Plymouth began construction on a property located at 501 rainier in seattle, known as 501 rainier supportive Housing. When completed in 2020, this property will provide 105 units of low-income residential Housing serving residents who are coming from homelessness. Plymouth also signed a purchase and sale agreement in september 2018 to acquire a property located at 619 12th avenue. This site will eventually be developed to provide 100 units of residential Housing for very low-income residents.

Housing provider - in 2018, Plymouth Housing Group (phg) managed 1,051 low-income units in downtown seattle or surrounding neighborhoods. Of these, 532 units in 7 buildings were owned by phg, 495 units in 6 buildings were owned by tax credit limited partnerships or limited liability companies in which phg is the managing general partner or main member, and 24 units in one building were owned by a single-asset entity formed to own a hud-financed property, with phg as the project sponsor. All phg tenants have incomes below 60% of the area median income (ami), with over 800 units targeting, and affordable to, housholds with less than 30% ami. Over 860 units serve individuals coming from homelessness, many of whom have special needs including mental illness, physical disablility, involvement with the criminal justice system and/or chemical dependency issues. Phg offers on-site case management to these individuals to ensure their Housing stability ...

Form 990s for Plymouth Housing Group and Subsidiaries

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-12Nov 15, 2019990View PDF
2017-12Nov 15, 2018990View PDF
2016-12Oct 18, 2017990View PDF
2015-12Dec 5, 2016990View PDF
2014-12Aug 27, 2015990View PDF
...and five more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for Plymouth Housing Group and Subsidiaries

Total grants, contributions, etc.$27,811,272
Program services$5,581,790
Investment income and dividends$504,204
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$254,027
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$-13,113
Net income from fundraising events$-451,960
Net income from gaming activities$503
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$-288,650
Total revenues$33,398,073

Vendors for Plymouth Housing Group and Subsidiaries

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
WordPressContent management system software2020-09-08
█████████ ████████Software2020-09-08
█████████Marketing software2020-09-08
████████████████Marketing software2020-09-08
██████ ██████████ ████████ ███Investment advisory (plan)$17,5052019-12-31
█████ ██████Recordkeeping and information management (computing, tabulating, data processing, etc.)$6,0702019-12-31
██████████████ ███ ███████ ███Audit accounting2019-12-31
█████ ████████ ███ ███████ ███Tax accounting; Audit accounting2019-11-15
...and four more vendors

Personnel at Plymouth Housing Group and Subsidiaries

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Paul LambrosChief Executive Officer / Executive Director$205,289June 24, 2020
Andrea CarnesDeputy Director / Chief Operations Officer$44,127June 24, 2020
█████ ██████████Chief Financial Officer$145,876June 24, 2020
██████ ████████Chief Administrative Officer$101,813Dec. 31, 2018
████ ████Chief Development Officer$119,699June 24, 2020
█████ ██████Chief Program Officer / Director of Strategic Initiatives-June 24, 2020
█████ ██████Director of Development-June 24, 2020
███ ██████████Director of Compliance-June 24, 2020
█████ █████Director of Facilities-June 24, 2020
███ ██████Director of Real Estate Development / Direcotr of Real Estate Development$108,103June 24, 2020
...and 10 more key personnel

Peer homelessness prevention organizations

1LA Family Housing Corp501(c)(3)$48 millionNorth Hollywood, CA
2Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI)501(c)(3)$26 millionSeattle, WA
3HomeStart501(c)(3)$10 millionBoston, MA
4Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)501(c)(3)$43 millionNew York, NY
5Southeast Family Services (SFS)501(c)(3)$8.6 millionNew Bedford, MA
6Join501(c)(3)$13 millionPortland, OR
7Caritas of Austin501(c)(3)$10 millionAustin, TX
8Breaking Ground Housing Development Fund Corporation501(c)(3)$30 millionNew York, NY
9Community Advocates (CA)501(c)(3)$12 millionMilwaukee, WI
10Help of Southern Nevada501(c)(3)$13 millionLas Vegas, NV
11Center for Urban Community Services (CUCS)501(c)(3)$63 millionNew York, NY
12Metro Atlanta Task Force for Homeless501(c)(3)$9.8 millionAtlanta, GA
13Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco (ECS-SF)501(c)(3)$39 millionSan Francisco, CA
14Lutheran Social Services of Northern California (LSS)501(c)(3)$11 millionConcord, CA
15ForKids501(c)(3)$15 millionNorfolk, VA
16LifeMoves501(c)(3)$30 millionMenlo Park, CA
17St Joseph Center501(c)(3)$24 millionVenice, CA
18Interfaith Works (IW)501(c)(3)$13 millionRockville, MD
19the Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless (MCCH)501(c)(3)$13 millionRockville, MD
20Covenant House International501(c)(3)$70 millionNew York, NY
21Coalition for the Homeless501(c)(3)$11 millionNew York, NY
22St Stephen's Human Services501(c)(3)$12 millionMinneapolis, MN
23A Safe Haven Foundation501(c)(3)$17 millionChicago, IL
24Coalition for the Homeless of Houston / Harris County501(c)(3)$11 millionHouston, TX
25Ihs the Institute for Human Services501(c)(3)$16 millionHonolulu, HI