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2711 Foster Avenue
Nashville, TN 37210
Organization Details

Fiscal Year

Fiscal Year Start

02/01/2019

Fiscal Year End

01/31/2020

Projected Revenue

$18,508,775.00

Projected Expenses

$18,480,367.00

Organizational Budgets and Other Documents

UNHS Budget 2020
UNHS Budget 2019
UNHS Budget 2018
UNHS Budget 2017
united neighborhood health services 2014 budget 2014
united neighborhood health services 2013 budget 2013
united neighborhood health services 2012 budget 2012
united neighborhood health services 2011 budget 2011
united neighborhood health services 2010 budget 2010
united neighborhood health services 2009 budget 2009
united neighborhood health services 2008 budget 2008
united neighborhood health services 2007 budget 2007
united neighborhood health services 2005 budget 2005

IRS Letter of Exemption

IRS Letter of Determination

Detailed Financials

Revenue and Expenses
Fiscal Year201920182017
Total Revenue $17,872,301.00$18,023,127.00$15,491,514.00
Total Expenses $18,658,607.00$16,728,252.00$14,956,002.00
Revenue Less Expenses ($786,306.00)$1,294,875.00$535,512.00

Revenue Sources
Fiscal Year201920182017
Foundation and Corporation Contributions $254,167.00$640,662.00$321,896.00
Government - Federal $0.00$10,767,028.00$9,225,471.00
Government - State $0.00$855,785.00$1,090,320.00
Government - Local $0.00$355,200.00$355,208.00
Government - Unspecified $0.00$17,099.00$0.00
Individual Contributions $15,634.00$174,071.00$8,615.00
Indirect Public Support $0.00$0.00$0.00
Earned Revenue $17,470,366.00$5,139,665.00$4,283,865.00
Investment Income, Net of Losses $41,211.00$14,892.00$12,461.00
Membership Dues $0.00$0.00$0.00
Special Events $59,379.00$34,585.00$27,254.00
Revenue In-Kind $0.00$0.00$0.00
Other $31,544.00$24,100.00$166,424.00

Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201920182017
Program Expense $15,217,444.00$13,710,918.00$12,125,199.00
Administration Expense $3,441,163.00$3,017,334.00$2,830,803.00
Fundraising Expense $0.00$0.00$0.00
Total Revenue/Total Expenses 96%108%104%
Program Expense/Total Expenses 82%82%81%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue 0%0%0%

Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201920182017
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount Program Revenue
$17,470,366.00
Federal Government Grants
$10,767,028.00
Federal Government Grants
$9,225,471.00
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount Foundations and Corporations
$254,167.00
Program Revenue
$5,139,665.00
Program Revenue
$4,283,865.00
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount Fundraising Events
$59,379.00
State Government Grants
$855,785.00
State Government Grants
$1,090,320.00

Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201920182017
Total Assets $15,306,570.00$16,095,657.00$14,542,879.00
Current Assets $6,917,613.00$7,989,136.00$6,229,026.00
Long-Term Liabilities $0.00$0.00$0.00
Current Liabilities $1,311,329.00$1,314,110.00$1,056,207.00
Total Net Assets $13,995,241.00$14,781,547.00$13,486,672.00

Endowment Info

Do you have an endowment?

Yes

What is the value of the endowment?

$12,000.00

What is the spending policy for your endowment?

N/A

Capital Campaign Info

Are you currently in a Capital Campaign?

No

Do you anticipate a campaign in the next 5 years?

No

Solicitation Permit Info

State Charitable Solicitations Permit

Yes

Permit Expiration Month

July

Permit Expiration Year

2020

Solicitations Permit

Charitable Solicitation 2019-2020

Form 990s

UNHS 2018-2019 990 2019
UNHS 2017-2018 990 2018
UNHS 2016-2017 990 2017
UNHS 2015-2016 990 2016
United Neighborhood Health Services 2014-2015 990 2015
United Neighborhood Health Services 2013-2014 Form 990 2014
United Neighborhood Health Services 2012-2013 Form 990 2013
United Neighborhood Health Services 2011-2012 Form 990 2012
United Neighborhood Health Services 2010-2011 Form 990 2011
United Neighborhood Health Services 2009-2010 Form 990 2010
united neighborhood health services 2008-2009 990 2009
united neighborhood health services 2008 990 2008
united neighborhood health services 2007 990 2007
united neighborhood health services 2006 990 2006
united neighborhood health services 2005 990 2005
united neighborhood health services 2004 990 2004

Audit Documents

UNHS Audit 1.31.2019 2019
UNHS Audit 1.31.2018 2018
UHNS Audit 1.31.2017 2017
UNHS Audit 1.31.2016 2016
UNHS 1.31.2015 Audit 2015
United Neighborhood Health Services 2013-2014 Audit 2014
United Neighborhood Health Services 2012-2013 Audit 2013
United Neighborhood Health Services 2011-2012 Audit 2012
United Neighborhood Health Services 2010-2011 Audit 2011
United Neighborhood Health Services 2009-2010 Audit 2010
united neighborhood health services 2008-2009 audit 2009
united neighborhood health services 2008 audit 2008
united neighborhood health services 2007 audit 2007
united neighborhood health services 2006 audit 2006
united neighborhood health services 2005 audit 2005

CEO/Executive Director/Board Comments


Challenges: Neighborhood Health has experienced continued financial growth. This has included substantial growth in federal grants. We do not expect this to continue, but many grants are on-going and will be a source of sustainability. A fund-raising breakfast was launched this year as a beginning to building a donor base. Rising Costs: The cost of delivering health care, even primary care, continues to grow. This is true particularly for well-trained personnel and clinicians, benefit costs (health insurance) and technology costs. Opportunities: Reorganization: With reorganization, Neighborhood Health strengthened its leadership as well as its whole finance department, achieving greater control or the revenue cycle and created a stronger organizational structure that could monitor and maximize revenue. TennCare Service and Revenue: The greatest opportunity for Neighborhood Health to grow revenue is in providing strong services that result in greater utilization by more TennCare/Medicaid recipients. This would increase service revenue while also improving health outcome. In this effort there is also potential to receive pay for performance. Cost Containment: Neighborhood Health is achieving better cost containment through joint purchasing and contract renegotiation. Neighborhood Health has also had to revise its health plan to keep that cost stable. Facility: Neighborhood Health has been fortunate to receive considerable federal funds to assist with renovation of facilities. By the end of 2016, we renovated five clinics. In 2016, we purchased and renovated a new administrative building, and moved into it in 2017. This has helped consolidate many of our core administration activities. We also opened up and new embedded clinic in Davison County, and expanded dental services in Wilson County. These expansion efforts were primarily achieved with federal funding.

Foundation Staff Comments


Financial figures taken from 990. Financial documents completed by Matheney, Stees & Assoc., PC. Comments provided by Kathryn Bennett 11/7/19.