Connecticut Nonprofit Closures, Mergers and Alliances Report Summary (as of January 31, 2013)

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1 Nonprofit Closures, ergers and Alliances Report Summary (as of January 31, ) The Council began tracking nonprofit closings and mergers in 2008 when the economy began its downturn. We reported in February with information from funders--particularly community foundations--and media reporting. In this second report we have also received information from Nonprofit Association and Pro Bono Partnerships. If you are aware of any other nonprofit activity not listed in the report or have a clarification, please let us know. You will find the list of reported nonprofit activity following the charts. Definitions We loosely used definitions from Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO) publication by David La Piana and Amelia Kohm, In Search of Strategic Solutions, a funders briefing on nonprofit strategic restructuring (2003): An ALLIANCE involves a commitment to continue for the foreseeable future; decisionmaking power is shared or transferred; and is agreement-driven. Examples include both programmatic and administrative alliances. Through ERGERS, previously separate organizations completely combine programmatic, administrative and governance functions. General Observations The following are some of the facts about the listed nonprofit closures, mergers and alliances: There were a total of 76 nonprofit mergers (43), closures (28) and alliances (5). The activities in (20) has surpassed the number of activities in 2009 (19), the second year of the downturn. 3 organizations closed, but then opened at a later date. 7 organizations closed, but their services were picked up by another organization. The numbers of activity by county are: Fairfield (26), Hartford (18), /iddlesex (15), Eastern CT (7), Litchfield (4), Statewide Organizations (7). 221 ain Street, Hartford CT phone: fax:

2 Snapshots of nonprofit activity from 2007 through January Alliances 5 Litchfield Statewide 4 7 Closures 28 ergers 43 Eastern CT 7 / iddlesex 15 Hartford 18 Fairfield 26 Table 1: 48 Nonprofit Activities (all mergers, closures and alliance) Table 2: 48 Nonprofit Activities by Region Alliances Closures ergers Table 3: Number of Activities per Year by Type 25 Litchfield County 20 Statewide 15 Eastern CT iddlesex County Hartford County Table 4: Number of Activities per Year by Region Fairfield County 221 ain Street, Hartford CT phone: fax:

3 Nonprofit Closures, ergers and Alliances Listing (as of February ) Codes: = erged; C = Closed; A = Alliances Reported Organization What Code County Date Everybody Wins! CT / Everybody Wins! National erged Statewide 1/31/ Hope anor Closed C Hartford 1/25/ AIDS Project Hartford & AIDS Resource Coalition merged erged Statewide 1/1/ into AIDS Hartford Children's Theater Closed: Hartford Stage will pick up programs; classes will be C Hartford 12/31/ held at Classical agnet School I Have A Friend Youth Center Closed C iddlesex 12/31/ Christian Community Action of Norwalk merged with Person-to- erged Fairfield 11/1/ Person CTE (The Community Action Agency for the Greater Stamford Area) / Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now, Inc. (NEON) St. Francis Home For Children Closed C Life has become an affiliate of Home Recovery. Life will maintain its own 501(c)3. NHHR will operate and manage Life erged Fairfield 9/29/ Alliance A 9/15/ 8/23/ Ability Beyond Disability / Interlude erged Fairfield 7/1/ Volunteer Centers of Western CT and Southwestern Fairfield County are now programs of United Way of Western South Central Behavioral Health Network merged with Continuum of Care Dispute Settlement Center with Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership (RYASAP) erged Fairfield 7/1/ erged 7/1/ erged Fairfield 6/13/ 221 ain Street, Hartford CT phone: fax:

4 Danbury Regional Child Advocacy Center (DRCAC) Visting Nurse Association of Central / VNA Healthcare, Inc. Birmingham Group Health Services / Harbor Health Services Closed: programs merged into Family & Children s Aid Closed: but services acquired by VNA Health Care, Inc. erged: newly formed org is now called BHCare C Fairfield 4/1/ C Hartford 1/1/ 1/1/ Co-Opportunity Closed C Hartford Association of Children with Learning Disabilities (CACLD) Closed C Fairfield Waterbury Day Nursery Closed C Hispanic Coalition / La Casa Bienvenida Southbury / iddlebury Youth and Family Services The Bristol Boys & Girls Club / Family Center erged: Continue Name of Hispanic Coalition Closed C Litchfield An alliance for several years: merged to Boys & Girls Club and Family Center of Bristol Hartford CT Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra / Britain Symphony Collaborated on three concerts A Hartford STRIVE / Career Resources Inc (CRI) erged Statewide 12/31/2011 Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care of SW CT Closed C Fairfield 11/30/2011 La Via Latina Closed C Litchfield 10/30/2011 Wellpath, Inc. / orris Foundation Leadership, Education and Athletics In Partnership (LEAP) CT Academy for Education in athematics, Science, & Technology / Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) Two healthy organizations merged into: Wellmore Behavioral Health Stopped operations in The CT Academy merged its operations into the CCAT. C 10/1/2011 8/31/2011 Hartford 7/1/ ain Street, Hartford CT phone: fax:

5 Wakeman Boys & Girls Club / Burroughs Community Center Wakeman has taken over youth services; Burroughs will continue as a community center without youth programs A Fairfield 6/29/2011 Greater Hartford Business Development Center (GHBDC) / Hartford Economic Development Corporation (HEDCo) HEDCo will continue with the core missions of GHBDC and HEDCo. Hartford 5/31/2011 Hartford Conservatory / Jumoke Academy Closed: programs taken up by Jumoke in September C Hartford 5/30/2011 Domus / Future 5 Community Prevention and Addiction Services(CPAS) / Community Health Resources anchester Area Network On Aids merged with Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health collective Aging In Place (of The Community Fund of Darien) / Gallivant ASPIRA of CT (offices in Hartford, Bridgeport,, Danbury, Britain, Stamford, ) Future 5 became a program of Domus CPAS, has become a division of Community Health Resources. Fairfield 5/9/ ain Street, Hartford CT phone: fax: /16/2011 erged Hartford 3/1/2011 erged to: Aging in Place+ Gallivant Fairfield 2011 Closed C Statewide 12/1/2010 ARC absorbed ARC of / Seacorp 10/29/2010 Seacorp Footlights merged with YCA erged Hartford 9/12/2010 The Shelter The Shelter for Women (Gray Lodge became a & Allison Gill Lodge) / Village for Hartford 7/1/2010 subsidiary of Families and Children The Village Nursing and Home Care / id- Fairfield Hospice VNA Services Inc. of Saint Raphael Healthcare System / VNA Community Healthcare of Guilford Brookfield Crafts Center erged into Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County erged Closed: but reorganized and reopened in September 2010 Fairfield 6/9/2010 6/1/2010 C Fairfield 5/11/2010

6 Community Foundation of of Southeastern / Community Foundation of the Tri- County Area The Connection / ALSO-Cornerstone Easter Seals Greater Hartford has acquired Easter Seals in Norwich In-The-aking / Opportunites, Inc. Danbury Hospital / ilford Hospital Voluntary Action Center (VAC) previously a program of the Human Services Council, is now run by the United Way of Coastal Fairfield County erged to Community Foundation of Eastern Cornerstone absorbed into The Connection Easter Seals Capital Region & Eastern erged: In-The- aking became a program of Opportunities Became Western Healthcare Network 221 ain Street, Hartford CT phone: fax: Windham, Tolland 3/10/2010 1/1/2010 1/1/ Fairfield 2010 Alliance A Fairfield 2010 Love akes A Family Closed C Hartford 12/31/2009 DNA Epicenter Closed C 10/19/2009 Farmington Valley Arts Center Closed, but has reopened C Hartford 9/4/2009 Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center of Greater Waterbury / Easter Seals erged (eriden) 8/20/2009 Closed: Cases transferred to Good Friend entor Program Big Brothers Big C Fairfield 7/1/2009 Sisters of Bridgeport American Red Cross Consolidated 7 of 10 branches Statewide 7/1/2009 United Way of Canaan Closed C Fairfield 6/30/2009 St. Brendan School Closed C Planned Parenthood of CT / Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island Dress for Success / The WorkPlace Junior Republic Litchfield (Residential only) erged into Planned Parenthood of Southern England Closed and a program absorbed by The WorkPlace Closed; will be reopening in 6/1/2009 Statewide 6/1/2009 C Fairfield 4/20/2009 C Litchfield 4/1/2009 Domestic Violence Services / erged 4/1/2009

7 Birmingham Health Care YCA of Southeastern Closed C United Way of Eastern Fairfield County/United Way of Norwalk- Wilton/United Way of Westport- Weston: 3 United Ways to form United Way of Coastal Fairfield County 3/1/2009 erged Fairfield 2/1/2009 Opera Closed C Hartford 2/1/2009 Danbury Regional Child Advocacy Center (DRCAC)/ Family & Closed: programs transferred to C Fairfield 2009 Childrens Aid Family & Childrens Aid CTE/ St. Luke s LifeWorks Co-located Client intake A Fairfield 2009 system Helping Hand Center / CASA (Chemical Abuse Services Agency ) erging Fairfield 2009 Operation Respect merged with Governor's Prevention erged Hartford 2009 Partnership. Stamford Theatre Works Closed C Fairfield 10/1/2008 Center for First Amendment Rights merged with American Civil Liberties erged Hartford 5/5/2008 Union of West Hartford Seniors Job Bank Closed, but is reopening in Spring Closed C Hartford 2008 HealthCare Connection merged with Family Centers, Inc. erged Fairfield 2008 Greater Bridgeport Area Foundation merged with Fairfield County erged Fairfield 2008 Community Foundation Five CT Girl Scout councils Consolidation: Girl Scouts of Statewide 10/1/2007 United Ways of Northern Fairfield County, Stamford and Housatonic/Shepaug Community Health Affiliates (CHA) merged with Family Services of Central, the Substance Abuse Action Council, and the Northwest Center for Family Service and ental Health. erged to form United Way of Western Fairfield 2007 erged Litchfield ain Street, Hartford CT phone: fax:

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