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CLARE Foundation 2006-2007
Annual Report
Dear CLARE Supporters,
We are pleased to present the 2006-2007 Annual Report of the CLARE Foundation. Thirty-eight years
ago, our founders rented a small storefront to help the growing population of homeless alcoholics on the
beaches of Santa Monica and Venice. This effort evolved into a matrix of 11 programs throughout the
Westside of Los Angeles that provide compassionate treatment and recovery services for alcohol and
substance abuse to individuals, families, and the community.
This annual report covers our 37th year, one of extraordinary growth. Each year over 25,000 people
turned to CLARE for help. Over 2,600 are admitted to one of CLARE’s 11 comprehensive programs; all
others are counseled and/or referred to partner agencies. Of those people admitted to CLARE, 90%
successfully completed their program, meaning they left CLARE sober, with safe housing and steady
employment.
One of the year’s highlights was the completion of a Strategic Plan, which has several inspiring goals,
including an expansion of our Clarity for Youth Program and a deeper cultivation of our social service
partners. We also completed a revision of Our Guide to Human Resources Policies and Practices.
CLARE’s Development department has seen tremendous success as they have raised the most nongovernmental operating funds in CLARE’s history. In order to increase exposure, they also created a new
giving group called the Circle of CLARE, a sustaining group of donors that attracted over 70 members. In
addition to our annual Tribute Dinner, the team also produced a first-time spring event, ART for CLARE, a
fundraiser that attracts prestigious artists, art collectors, and new friends and supporters.
Another milestone was the implementation of the Community Bridges Program, made possible by the
$2,000,000 grant that SAMHSA awarded to CLARE and its social service partners in order to reach out
more aggressively to those struggling with addiction, mental illness, and homelessness. We also initiated
an important training program for staff with UCLA’s Pacific Southwest Addiction Technology Transfer
Center.
Our programs continue to change lives and influence behavior. The following are some of the statistics that
underscore our success:
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Detox/Primary - 35 beds, 1,100 served
Men’s Recovery Home - 60 beds, 250 men served
Women’s Recovery Home - 17 beds, 70 women served
Sober Living -101 beds in Westwood, Santa Monica, Culver City, & Venice, 185 served
Intensive Outpatient Program - 340 adults served
Drug Court and Drinking-Driver Program - 660 clients served
Women with Children Program –12 adult and 16 child beds, 15 families served
Clarity for Youth – An expansion of the program to six additional schools for a total of 18
Serial Inebriate Outpatient Program – 52% of arrestees were interviewed for treatment with
64 (15%) entering a CLARE program
We urge you to come visit us and see for yourself the transformation of human lives that your dollars
make possible. Please call our Director of Development Anna Baum for a tour at (310) 314-6246.
Sincerely,
Nicholas Vrataric
CLARE FOUNDATION, INC.
STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION
June 30, 2007
2007
ASSETS
Current assets
$3,051,454
Long-term assets
$3,676,007
TOTAL ASSETS
$6,727,461
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
Current liabilities
$461,068
Long-term debt
$1,762,411
TOTAL LIABILITIES
$2,223,479
TOTAL NET ASSETS
$4,503,982
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
$6,727,461
CLARE FOUNDATION, INC.
STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES
June 30, 2007
SUPPORT AND REVENUE
Government grants
$2,558,603
Contributions; In-kind contributions;
Fundraising events
$904,450
Program revenue; Service fees; Net
assets released from restrictions
$1,225,748
Interest; Investment gains
$101,327
TOTAL SUPPORT AND REVENUES
$4,790,128
EXPENSES
Program services
$3,673,279
Management and General
$229,504
Fundraising
$329,713
TOTAL EXPENSES
Net assets at the beginning of year
$4,232,496
$3,859,748
Increase in net assets
$644,234
NET ASSETS AT END OF YEAR
$4,503,982
Primary Drug of Choice
Marijuana
1%
Other
1%
Heroin
16%
Alcohol
39%
Cocaine
18%
Methamphetamines
25%
Client Ethnicity
Last year, over 25,000
people turned to
CLARE for help, and
over 2,600 of these
individuals entered a
CLARE program.
Asian/Pacific Islander Other
3%
1%
Hispanic
24%
White
46%
Black
26%
Saving lives through recovery
Thank you to the following individuals, foundations, corporations, and community groups who
gave $100 or more to CLARE from January 2007 through December 2007.
Hope Anonymous
Gerald & Kathleen Chamales
George Hoag Family
Foundation
Thomas & Dorothy Leavey
Foundation
The Ralph M. Parsons
Foundation
Spitzer Family Foundation
Alice Tyler Perpetual Trust
Jill Troy Werner
Recovery Anonymous
Lionel Brown
Robert A. Day
Allen Dunne
Harold and Diana Frank
Family Foundation
Lotus US Foundation
Marisla Foundation
Jessie Barker McKellar
Charitable Foundation
Margaret E. Oser Fund for
Women
Ann Petersen
St. Matthew’s Church
Wells Fargo Foundation
Healing
Anonymous
Bronson & Edie Baskin
Boeing Employees
Community Fund
Brentwood Presbyterian
Church
California Community
Foundation
Chapman & Associates, Inc
Doten & David Britt
Patrick and Mikelyn Dooley
Marina Forstmann Day
Ted Kaplan
Jena & Michael King
Joyce & Kent Kresa
Mark C. Lemons Foundation
McMaster-Carr Supply Co.
Nasatir, Hirsch, Podbevesky
& Genego
Promises Residential
Treatment Center
Marshall Ragir
Richard Riordan
Mark Robeson
Lon V. Smith Foundation
Cynthia L. & William
E.Simon, Jr. Foundation
Neil and Cindi Smith
William & Karen Sonneborn
Union Bank of California
Commitment
Anonymous
Robert Barth
Meredith Baxter
Deborah Bothun Avila
Ann Buck
Kevin Fahy
Kent George
Steven & Margie Glick
Alan Jacob
Tim Johnson
Trice Koopman & Mark
Freund
John & Maria Laffin Trust
Susan Levine
Johnny Lindstrom
Beverly Mason
Jim McCabe
David Rosen
Mace Siegel
Lucille Ellis Simon
Foundation
Robert Springborn
Madeline Tatum
Paul Wachter
Yukaholics, Inc.
Friendship
Anonymous
Dana Arnett
Martha Bardach
Anna Baum
Stanley & Joyce Black
William Blatt
Coe Bloomberg
Joseph Deegan-Day
Carol DeVol
Sue & Ed Dumke
Todd English
Russell Goldsmith
William Goldstein
Gretchen Haight
Christine Hicks
Richard Hillman
Robert E. Jones
Bruce Karish
Dana Kelly
Robert & Wendy Landes
Loren Lindgren
John Malloy
Allan Manings
Nancy Miller
Joel & Joanne Mogy
Dominique Robertson
Keith Rogers
Santa Monica Elks Lodge
No. 906
Santa Monica Rotary Club
Allen Shapiro
Robert Shapiro
Angela Lansbury Shaw
Stephen Solomon
Sidney Stern Memorial
Trust
Annette Tatum
James D. Thilking
Linda Tigner-Weekes
Time Warner
Susan Troy
Nicholas Vrataric
Western Oil and Gas
Development Corp.
Robert Wood
Mary Beth Woods
Courage
Anna Maria Alberghetti
Anne Allegrette
Peter Andrews
Anonymous
Gloria Arnett
Robin Ashby
ASK Human Care
John Baker
Robert Baker
Alice Bales
Henry Barcikowski
Gail Baril
Kathryn Bartholomew
Maggie Begley
Ann Behringer
Charlie C.Bentz
Richard Berle
Andrea Brauer
Marlene Briski
Leonard Brode
Andrea Burroughs
Ellen Calcaterra
Patsy Carter
Daniel Castellaneta & Deb
Lacusta
Peggy Charboneau
Christian Business Men’s
Committee
Lawrence J. Cohen
Sumako Cohrs
Shirley Cookston
Joan Crosby
Culver City Presbyterian
Church Deacons Fund
Jamie Lee Curtis
Dora De Larios
Barbara De Prano (In
memory of Roy Hartry)
Nancy De Wit
Patricia Dean
Robin L. DeBarry
C. Edward Dilkes
Sarah Doering
Christine Dugan
Cindy Dunne
Julie Edens
Scherry Edens
Lynn Evans
Jack Felson
FrancoiseForster-Hahn
Mark Freeman
Constance Freiberg
Sandra Froley III
Jack Fund (In memory of
Roy Hartry)
Joel Garfinkle (In honor of
Ann Buck)
Leora Garner
Renee Geffen
Inara George
Ada Geraghty
Deborah Gero
Harvey J.Glass
Diane Ross Glazer
Marsha Godwin
Karen Goetz
Albert Goldberg
Gary Goldberg
Andrew Greenebaum
Alan S. Gutman
Michelle Haines
Kathleen Hartry (In
memory of Roy Hartry)
Connie Hatch
Edward and Vicki
Hieronymus
Susan Holcomb
Lorraine Holt
Cynthia Hubach
John K. Humble
John and Mary Hupf
Michelle Hutchison
Daniel H. Hyslop
James Inman
Jodi Johnson
Declan Joyce
Peter Kastoff (In memory of
Roy Hartry & Bob Horrigan)
Lindy Katz
Alison Kendall
John Kilmartin
Ada Ruth King
Michael & Jena King
Charles Knobler
The Kor Group
Alene Kornfeld (In honor of
Jokichi Takamine M.D.)
Paul Koslo
Steve Krueger
George LaBrot
Nycky Lampone
Jane Langley
John Lannan
Bob Lea
David & Margaret Lederer
Lions Club of Santa Monica
Bruce Lisman
Frank Loweree (In memory
of Roy Hartry)
Maruja Lugash
Lucie MacPherson (In honor
of Madeleine M. Mead)
Barbara Marcus
Josie Martin
KatherineMay
Heather Maynard & Arnold
Baas
Peter Mc Andrews
Brian and Shelley Mc Carthy
James McCormick
Linda McGuire
Ralph Mechur
Janice Meldola
The Merrywoode Singers
Donald W. Merten
Arlene Meyerson
Marceile Anne Miller
Milton Miller
John Miron
Steve Mishkin
Jean A. Morrison
Ann Mulally
Judy Muller
John Myrick
Allan Nemiroff
Mumsey Nemiroff
Michele O’Donnell
Lois Orfuss
Shirley Palmer
William and M. Carol
Parente
Cristina Parker
Andrea Pelletier
Marjorie Perman
Carolyn T. Perry
Patti G. Person
Laurie Pesce
A. Premazon
Carol Quinn
Robert Radcliffe
Charlotte Rae
David Ravitz (In memory of
Mike Vdovkin)
Cathy Reback
Rick Reisman
Antonio Reyes
Barbara Richman-Solomon
John E. Riordan
Delphine Robertson
John E. Robinson III
Donna R. Romens
Arlene Rosen
Jack K. Rosenbaum
Charles P. Royce
LawrenceRudolph
Angela Ryzner
Patricia Saenz
Kevin Sands, DDS
Sally Satterberg (In memory
of Roy Hartry)
Carol & Benjamin Scotti
Chris Sellers
Susan Shanley
Richard Share
James Sheehan
Larry and Cheryl Shirley
Julia B. Shugerman
Brett Shurman
Susie Simon
Paul Skipper (In memory of
Roy Hartry)
Lili Soemantri
Barbara Solomon
Margaret & Rick Southern
St. John’s Hospital (Sisters
of Charity of Leavenworth)
Diane M. Stafford
Barbara Stashower
Scott Stedman
This information piece was partially funded by the County of Los Angeles, Department of Health Services, ADAP
Stephen Stern
Ronald Sternal
Dean Stolber
Maxine Stratton
Debbie Sutz
Jokichi Takamine
Clay Tatum
David & Rebecca Taylor
Donna Teck (In memory of
Bob Horrigan)
Phyllis Thomas
Bob Timmins
Jeanette Tu
Arnold Turchen
UFCW
Unity by the Sea
Michael Uretz
Marian Van Arsdol
Patsy Van Utt
Paul R. Vogel
Nancy Vogt
Beth Wagner
Lanetta Wahlgren
Paula Waxman
Pamela Weinberger
Benton and Darren
Weinstock
Julie Wester
Tom Weston (In memory of
Bob Horrigan)
J. WilfredWhite
Carol Whitley
Al Wiseman
Philip and Judy Xanthos
Margaret Yates
CatherineYonke
Michael Zuk
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Meredith Baxter
William Blatt, Board Chair
Deborah Bothun
Sarah Doering
Allen Dunne
Kevin Fahy, Vice Chair
Peter M. Kastoff
Dana J. Kelly
Nycky Lampone
Johnny Lindstrom
Jim McCabe
Ann Petersen
Dorothy Richards,
Secretary
Jack Rosenbaum,
Treasurer
Clay Tatum
Linda Tigner-Weekes
Robert Timmins
Jill Troy Werner
HONORARY
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Buzz Aldrin
Wallis
Annenberg
Frank
Baxter
Sup. Yvonne B. Burke
Kathleen Chamales
Jamie Lee Curtis
Brian Daly
Marina
Forstmann Day
Dennis Franz
Anthony Hopkins
Aloma Ichinose
Charlotte Rae
Dr. Joe Takamine
Paul Williams
Zev Yaroslavsky

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