Abbott House Annual Report FY19 - Page 6



Gender
GENDER
Who
We
Serve
7%
Gender
44%
ABOUT ABBOTT HOUSE
Female
56%
Abbott House is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that
builds lasting foundations under children, families and
adults with complex needs.
Male
Ages
3%
MALE
3%
>1%
40-50
51-65
22-39
12%
0-4
5%
>1%
Other
12%
We support nearly 2,800 children in foster care,
unaccompanied immigrant minors, adults with
developmental disabilities and struggling families in the
New York Metropolitan area and the Hudson Valley by
providing safety, promoting healing and restoring hope.
Ethnicity
FEMALE
Asian
Ethnicity
White
19-21
24%
Black/African American
17%
The heart of our work is dedicated to helping human
beings recover from deep trauma or intervening to
prevent trauma in the first place.
We know that each child, family and individual has
unique needs. Our approach is to partner with each
person we serve to create a plan and tap into the right
resources that best meets their needs. For families
with children with more complex needs, we offer Care
Management and Care Coordination through our
Health Homes services.
5-9
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-18
19-21
22-39
40-50
51-65
33%
15-18
23%
Thanks to you, children in foster care, unaccompanied
immigrant children, struggling families and adults with
developmental disabilities get the support they need to
feel safe, heal, and find hope.
62%
61%
10-14
Latino
Ethnicity
Age
Geographic Areas Served
They will always remember and be grateful to you.
2%
Dutchess
33%
GEO SERVED
Other
Outside
US
37%
NYC
17%
5%
Westchester
Orange County
1%
Sullivan
Abbott House Annual Report FY2019
4%
1%
Areas
Served
Putnam
Rockland
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