From the President & Board Chair

Michael J. Readinger

I am grateful for all that has been accomplished in the last year, but I am also hopeful for a world that brings so many in distress to a better place where they can be safe, housed, fed and healed.
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Michael J. Readinger
President and Chief Executive Officer

Rev. Ken Daniel

Collectively, as CHHSM, we fight the causes of poverty, prejudice, and inequality. Collectively we provide housing, health care, home and community services, education, child and youth development, and a multitude of other ministries, big and small. Read more »

The Rev. Kenneth Daniel
Chair, Board of Directors

Ministry Highlights

CHHSM Ministries are the hands and feet of Christ – healing, caring, advocating, serving and educating on behalf of the United Church of Christ. Read below to learn the impact of CHHSM’s more than 400 health and human service ministries.

Provided $857 million in uncompensated, charitable care.

Operated facilities with 9,309 beds providing acute and skilled nursing care.

Operated 2,906 assisted-living units for the elderly and people with disabilities.

Survey: Health and Human Service Ministries Deemed Key to UCC Local Churches’ Vital Futures

Many United Church of Christ members feel strongly that health and human service ministries will be central to the future vitality of local UCC churches, according to a new denomination-wide survey.

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Survey: Health and Human Service Ministries Deemed Key to UCC Local Churches’ Vital Futures

Many United Church of Christ members feel strongly that health and human service ministries will be central to the future vitality of local UCC churches, according to a new denomination-wide survey.

Provided $857 million in uncompensated, charitable care.

Operated facilities with 9,309 beds providing acute and skilled nursing care.

Operated 2,906 assisted-living units for the elderly and people with disabilities.

New Directions: CHHSM Unveils
New Mission, Vision
and Values

“Understanding, owning and articulating the ‘why’ of an organization’s existence is one of the most important tasks for a nonprofit board to prioritize,” said Michael J. Readinger, CHHSM President and CEO.

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Housed 21,001 people in subsidized and market rate independent living units.

Provided community-based ambulatory health care to 5.3 million people.

Cared for 1,522 children in residential treatment facilities.

New Directions: CHHSM Unveils
New Mission, Vision
and Values

“Understanding, owning and articulating the ‘why’ of an organization’s existence is one of the most important tasks for a nonprofit board to prioritize,” said Michael J. Readinger, CHHSM President and CEO.

Housed 21,001 people in subsidized and market rate independent living units.

Provided community-based ambulatory health care to 5.3 million people.

Cared for 1,522 children in residential treatment facilities.

Provided non-residential services to 13,036 children, youth and families.

Provided adoption and foster care placements for 973 children.

Provided services to 398 people with developmental disabilities.

Charitable Care by UCC-Related Health Providers Jumps 18 Percent in 2016, Exceeds $857 Million

The United Church of Christ’s nearly 400 health and human service ministries provided more than $857 million in uncompensated, charitable care in 2016, an increase of nearly 18 percent in one year.

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Charitable Care by UCC-Related Health Providers Jumps 18 Percent in 2016, Exceeds $857 Million

The United Church of Christ’s nearly 400 health and human service ministries provided more than $857 million in uncompensated, charitable care in 2016, an increase of nearly 18 percent in one year.

Provided non-residential services to 13,036 children, youth and families.

Provided adoption and foster care placements for 973 children.

Provided services to 398 people with developmental disabilities.

2016 Social Accountability Report

Social accountability represents a cornerstone of the CHHSM mission and serves as a means of engaging with the wider Church. Although our impact as an organization is quantified in dollars, our collective engagement with the wider Church is measured in a more meaningful way: building bridges to local Churches, Associations, Conferences, the National setting of the UCC and all of our ministry partners. Expand the blocks below for more information.

CHHSM Board and Staff are actively supporting other ministries across the nation with their time, talents and treasures.

CHHSM remains blessed with the opportunity to share financial resources through the Legacy Fund in support of the Rev. Jerry W. Paul CHHSM Scholar program, the Nollau Institute, Our Church’s Wider Mission and several other worthy causes. We honor our legacy leaders with memorial gifts to a variety of charitable organizations.

CHHSM Board and Staff regularly provide complimentary consultations to other member ministries, their peer organizations and all settings of the wider Church.

Total
Social Accountability Impact:

$99,500

2016 Financials

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2016 Revenue by Category

2016 Expenses by Category