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THE RIVER EDGE FOUNDATION

HELPING MAKE LIFE BETTER.

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EVERY JOURNEY BEGINS WITH A FIRST STEP. Dear Donors and Friends, Every journey begins with a first step, and the River Edge Foundation is delighted to share that the philanthropic journey we began two short years ago is embraced by staff, board members, and community leaders. We are most grateful for the leadership of our board and the generous donors who have fortified this Foundation through the sharing of their resources. Together, we are helping make life better for thousands of Georgians and in turn creating healthier, more stable, and safer communities. The money raised over the past year has allowed The Foundation to support River Edge clients who are on the hardest, yet most significant, journeys of their lives. As you read the stories of the individuals whose lives have been changed because of River Edge, I hope you learn why it is vital for us to continue on our journey: to raise private funds to support the essential services River Edge Behavioral Health provides communities across the state. We are grateful to fellow Foundation Trustees and our visionary supporters who understand the importance of assuring resources so River Edge can continue to meet the ever-growing need for behavioral health services in our communities.  As Trustees, it’s our great pleasure, through this publication, to again share the River Edge story of hope.   

George Israel, III Chairman, Board of Trustees


ABOUT OUR JOURNEY By sharing the River Edge story of hope, the River Edge Foundation seeks to provide resources that support the efforts of River Edge Behavioral Health, a community-based behavioral health organization that offers a full continuum of care for individuals dealing with biologically- based brain disorders. The River Edge Foundation values and appreciates its generous donors who, through their contributions, have a positive impact on the more than 12,688 children, youth, and adults who start their journeys to recovery at River Edge Behavioral Health annually. Through the financial support of individuals, corporations, and foundations, our Foundation is able to ensure River Edge can continue to provide high-quality mental health services to Georgians across the state. We expend all gifts in strict accordance with donors’ wishes, and we handle Foundation relations with the utmost professionalism and efficiency. Our goal is to maximize resources and use them effectively.

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THE RIVER EDGE FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES GEORGE M. ISRAEL, III CHAIRMAN/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CHAIR Vice President of Special Projects IEO Energy, LLC

AMY MALEY BOARD DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE CHAIR Wealth Management Advisor Merrill Lynch

RAY A. BENNETT VICE-CHAIRMAN Civil Service, Retired Robins Air Force Base

JEREMY D. PRITCHARD REAL ESTATE COMMITTEE CHAIR Senior Vice President and Senior Treasury Professional State Bank & Trust Company W. ASBURY STEMBRIDGE, JR., FACHE Executive Partner The Stembridge Agency, LLC  

PRISCILLA G. DOSTER, Ed.D SECRETARY Educator/Administrator, Retired Monroe County School System RONNIE COLLIER, SR. FINANCE AND INVESTMENT COMMITTEE CHAIR Chief Financial Officer Bibb County School District  

ANDY WATSON, JR., CHFC Owner Andy Watson, Jr. & Associates, LLC

BRETT NASH COPPOCK Advocate

THOMAS G. WEBER RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE CHAIR Principal/Owner Diversified Financial Consulting Services, LLC

SHANNON TERRELL GORDON, LCSW Chief Executive Officer River Edge Behavioral Health

PAMELA Y. WHITE-COLBERT Macon Circuit District Attorney’s Office

THE RIVER EDGE FOUNDATION STAFF: SHANNON TERRELL GORDON, LCSW Chief Executive Officer SUE B. CHIPMAN Chief Advancement Officer MACEY KILGORE Director of Advancement

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CONTACT US: THE RIVER EDGE FOUNDATION 227 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Suite 102-A Macon, Georgia 31201 478-803-7800 advancement@river-edge.org

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A DAUGHTER’S JOURNEY:

THE STORY OF THE HONORABLE VERDA M. COLVIN

For Superior Court Judge Verda M. Colvin, the journey to recovery is just as personal to her as those who seek treatment from River Edge. When she was just 19 years old, Judge Colvin learned her father had bipolar disorder, which explained the confusion she felt as a child. “All of my life I knew this gentlemen. He was the life of the party. He was so philosophical. But there was always something that was a little off.” Now, she’s using her story — and her father’s story — to help others by destigmatizing mental illness. “I thought about it long and hard — that secrets keep us sick,” she said. “My father did very well within his career — he didn’t graduate from college, but he worked for the federal government. There is no face to mental health illness. I love my father and I’m so proud of who he was, and who he is, in my world. And so, I want to say to everyone who struggles in that way: own it. Don’t live a secret.” Judge Colvin’s childhood and her father’s diagnosis, though challenging, led her to where she is meant to be: behind the bench. After passing the bar and practicing as a successful attorney, Judge Colvin became a Superior Court Judge and now presides over Macon’s Mental Health Court, where all too often she witnesses the toll of addiction and mental illness on individuals, families, and communities. It costs about $52 a day to keep someone in the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center, according to Judge Colvin. But, with effective treatment and an alternative to incarceration, the Macon-Bibb Mental Health Court saved the Bibb County Sheriff’s Department over $60,000 in its first quarter of 2016. “River Edge is our biggest provider of treatment and medication. It’s our saving grace,” she said. “If we could only realize that our investment in ensuring that people have the best mental healthcare possible would give us more of what we need as a society, we would be better off — individually and collectively,” she said. There is no deeper truth than what Judge Colvin reiterates to those who stand before her bench starting their new journeys to mental health recovery: “We’re all in this together, and none of us are better than the other person.”

“We’re al l i n this together.”

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TINA’S JOURNEY: CHALLENGED, FULFILLED, & PART OF A TEAM “I think this experience has been good for Tina. I know

When Fred Morgan, owner of Macon Office Supplies, hired Tina Wheeler through River Edge’s supported employment service, he knew the opportunity would have a huge impact on her life. He didn’t realize, though, the profound impact Tina would have on his staff. Tina joined the Macon Office Supply team in 2016 and quickly became a valued member of the staff, where she is a contributor and regular part of the company’s work week. But perhaps more importantly, Tina found a way

it has been

to bring the team together during a time of uncertainty. Her wholehearted

good for us.”

in ways Fred couldn’t imagine. “Tina called all of us together and led us in

support of a coworker undergoing chemotherapy brought the staff together a very beautiful prayer,” Fred said. “It was unrehearsed, straight from the heart, and surely God heard it loud and clear — and answered it as well: our employee finished his chemo, had a good outcome, and is now doing fine. Tina did this all on her own with no prompting from anyone on our staff. It was so heartfelt and a wonderful thing to be a part of.” River Edge’s Supported Employment service helps individuals with behavioral health, intellectual, or developmental disabilities lead meaningful, productive lives by emphasizing competitive work in the community with supports that encourage success. River Edge’s goal is to ensure its clients are placed in jobs in an integrated setting with competitive pay that are based on the individual’s strengths and motivations. Fred said Supported Employment has helped his staff see beyond a person’s disabilities. “It’s helped us better see that among the abilities — and natural rights — of those who have disabilities is the potential to be challenged and fulfilled and to be part of a team. Tina is part of our team,” he said. “I think this experience has been good for Tina; I know it has been good for us.”

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BRETT’S STORY: TURNING A MESS INTO A MESSAGE Brett Coppock’s childhood seemed perfect on the outside. She lived in an upper-middle class household, was privately educated, and had everything she needed. However, growing up was anything but easy. Her parents married and divorced twice before she was 10. She moved constantly, and the resulting feelings of instability and uncertainty left her angry and wondering about her place in the world. After a successful college career, Brett completed flight school and earned her commercial pilot’s license. Soon after, she met and married a doctor thinking her dream of love and stability had come true. She thought she had it all. After falling from her horse, she was introduced to a pain medication that

“You can overcome. I’m a prime example of that.”

quickly became her drug of choice and changed her life forever. Despite her addiction, Brett continued to lead a seemingly normal life. She returned to school to pursue a career in criminal justice before working as a sheriff’s deputy for the county in which she lived. That’s when her trouble with the law began. “When I was arrested for prescription fraud, it was by a fellow police officer. That was one of my lowest points, however there were many more to come,” she said. Ultimately Brett found herself before a judge. Her choices became clear: treatment or prison. Brett arrived at the River Edge Recovery Center and followed advice given to seek long-term residential treatment. After seven months, she returned to her family and has maintained her sobriety for seven years. She decided to turn her “mess into a message” for others still suffering. Brett, a mother of three, is happily remarried and has a wonderful supportive family. She shares her story to encourage others on their own recovery journeys. Brett is a member of The River Edge Foundation Board of Trustees. She is an advocate and speaks publicly about her journey in an effort to help others still suffering. “I’ll do anything I can to help somebody who is still suffering with addiction or mental illness, because you can overcome. I’m a prime example of that.”

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SUPPORT THE FOUNDATION Mental illness, addiction, and developmental disabilities know no bounds, but we believe treatment is effective and recovery is possible. Whether River Edge is helping the senator’s son or the homeless, its goal never changes: River Edge strives to make life better for the whole person — and to make life better for families and communities, too. River Edge needs your help to continue its mission to help the most vulnerable citizens of our community. Your contribution allows us to provide the best behavioral healthcare services to assist people in crisis. Gifts to the Foundation have been used for: • medication assistance; • the hardship assistance fund for staff; • community education and activities discouraging underage drinking; • a celebration for clients making long-term strides in their recovery; • and activities for individuals in advanced recovery who serve as mentors to those new to recovery.

You can support the Foundation in many ways — all of which are welcome. For many people, the most convenient method of support is a simple financial contribution, which can include cash, stock and securities, and property, as well as planned giving. In-kind contributions are also helpful. Please contact us to determine the best method of delivering your contribution. When making a financial donation or setting up a fund, you may direct how you would like your donation used:

THE RIVER EDGE FUND Area of greatest need

ENDOWMENT

The gift is held in perpetuity with appreciation of the gift used to support the mission of the Foundation.

RIVER EDGE MAIN SERVICE AREAS

Addiction Recovery, Mental Health and Wellness, and Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities Supports

WAYS TO GIVE CASH

STOCK AND SECURITIES

To make a gift, please visit our website, river-edge.org, and

Gifts of appreciated stock or mutual funds are a great way to give a gift greater than you ever thought possible. Appreciated securities held for more than one year may provide significant benefits to you as a donor.

select “Ways to Give.” From there, click on “donation form” to print, complete, and mail your form and contribution to:

The River Edge Foundation 277 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Suite 102-A Macon, GA 31201 Please do not mail cash.

IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS Contributions of items to be used in the delivery of River Edge Behavioral Health services are always welcomed.

PROPERTY By donating property to The River Edge Foundation, you may be able to reduce your capital gains tax and receive an income tax deduction while benefiting River Edge.

Please contact us at 478-803-7800 for more information regarding stock or mutual funds gifts, in-kind donations, or property gifts.

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t h e R i v e r E d g e F o u n d a t i o n’ s

Masquerade Ball & Silent Auction “Unmasking Mental Illness” Friday, October 27, 6:00 p.m. Middle Georgia State University Conference Center Seated Dinner with Entertainment by Brookwood Split (Black Tie Optional)

Sponsorships and individual tickets are available. For more information: 478-803-7800 advancement@river-edge.org The River Edge Foundation would like to thank last year’s Masquerade Ball and Silent Auction Sponsors: PRESENTING SPONSOR:

RENAISSANCE:

CARNIVAL:

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TO OUR DONORS: THANK YOU! January 1 – December 31, 2016

C A P I TA L S O C I E T Y ($10,000+) Navicent Health/Ninfa M. Saunders, Ph.D.

G O L D ($5,000 – $9,999) BB&T/Bill Kilburg | Preston Bonner | Beverly Olson John S. & James L. Knight Foundation/Alberto Ibarguen

S I LV E R ($2,500 – $4,999)

GEICO/Rhett Rayburn | GEICO Philanthropic Foundation/Dana Proulx Walter Murphy | Shawn Stafford | Sysco/Patrick Topp | Thomas G. Weber

B R O N Z E ($1,000 – $2,499 ANNUALLY) Andy Watson Jr. & Associates, LLC/ Andy Watson, Jr. Ray A. Bennett Jean B. Boone Thad G. Childs Sue and Ron Chipman Brett Nash Coppock Steven E. Corkery, Ph.D. Priscilla G. Doster, Ed.D. Downtown Macon Rotary/Ed Davis Susan S. and Garry J. Fox

Scott and Shannon Terrell Gordon Leigh and J. Ray Grant, M.D. * Jeffrey and Christy Hallman Macey Kilgore Miranda Herrington-Nunez George M. Israel, III Charles E. Jones Bryan Layman Lighthouse Nursing Agency/ Ron Dailey Amy H. Maley

Rosalind McMillan Greta O’Dell James Sherman Helen and Asbury Stembridge Third Wave Digital/ Carla Schwab Debra Vinson Pamela White-Colbert Wendy Yawn Two Anonymous Donors

T H E F O U N D AT I O N S O C I E T Y

Donors who contribute $1 – $999 annually RIVER CURRENTS ($500 – $999)

Arrow Exterminators/ Lauren Bullington Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund/Kenny Sullivan BTV Systems/Jimmy Shepard Dunwody Insurance Agency, Inc./J. Doug Dunwody Michele Fulcher Georgia Duplicating Products, Inc./John Schweizer Barbara Kwam Mary Rouse State Bank & Trust/Joe Evans Anita Wall Youmans Chevrolet Company/ George E. Youmans, Jr. One Anonymous Donor 12

RIVER EDGE ($100 – $499)

Ross Adams Willa Alexander Ashley Allen Milton Appling Aramark – Mercer Dining/ Brian Akom Rev. Tim Bagwell Mark Barth Carla Beckom Muchman Bond Bonefish Grill/Scott Sanders Lynn Boyles Dianne Brannen Frances Brockman Luann Brown Gawanna Cabiness Carol’s Linen/Carol Kaplan

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Chi-Ches-Ters Homecare/ Wendy Williams ChiChester’s/Elaine Wright Commercials on Hold/ Allen Gaughf Emily Cosmore Salley Crutchfield Ethel Cullinan, Ph.D. Donna Cunningham Julie Daniel Linda Davis Sylvia Duncan Angie Edge Gini Ellis Emerald Services/Chip Green Fountain Car Wash and Lube Shop/Brian Eidson Geotechnical & Environmental Consultants, Inc./Thomas Driver Mary Gidney Glad River/Eric O’Dell

Susie Greene Linda Griner Anthony Jenkins Susan Johansen Charles Jones Karats & Keepsakes/ Julie Evans Jack Krapf Rubin Lublin Macon Film Festival/ Julie Wilkerson Macon Office Supplies/ Fred Morgan Men’s Warehouse/Janis Schoenbeck Vernona Moseley Natalia’s/Natalia Orsini Tom NeCastro Otterbox/Gary Rogers Previews Interiors & Antiques/ Sally Draughon


Raffield Tire Masters, Inc./ Sam Raffield Samantha Riley Lisa Roberts Arcelia Rodriguez Janice Schoenbeck Terri Seigel Matthew and JoAnne Sims Kristen Soles Mandy Stone The Retreat/Sandy Smith Trooper’s/Trooper Teipel Jeffrey Wade Susan Wade Warno-Cam Paint Company of Macon, Inc./Benji Lewis Jo Slade Wilbanks Ashley Williams Ann Williams Nine Anonymous Donors

RIVER EDGE FRIENDS ($1 – $99)

Ace Hardware/George Jackson Nancy D. Anderson Annette Anderson Tina Ard Barnes & Noble/Chad Fletcher Sherlonda Barnes Kim Barrett Amy Bass Agnes Bikus Jennifer Bramblett Tearra Brown Jean Brown Regina Bullard Caroletta's Cakes/Tonya Sadler Christopher Colbert Rasheeda Cooke Regina Davis Downtown Grill/Richie Jones Brenda Drexler Lamisha Driskell Mary Ann Durham Latita Edmond Standord Ellis Adonis Evans Jim Eyler Lu Jean Fluellen Tar’Kee Fraley Glendoria Fryer Serena Gadson Hazel Garcia Gibson’s Garage/John Gibson Travis Grable Jamie Gray George Greer Grits Café/Leslie Waters Muntanna Hamblin

Cassie Hargrove Michelle Hawley Head Over Heels/Ashley Pyron Christine Herndon Joanne Hill Stephanie Hill Jason Hill Geralyn Hillman Teresa Hines Rongelyn Hogan Kim Horton Mike Hubbard Clarissa Hubert Ingleside Village Pizza/Tina Dickson Jerryl Isom Jack and Darcy/Taylor Mayhue Shermeika Jones Cynthia Kitchens Lane Southern Orchards/Wendy Barton LaParilla/Nayo Ramirez George Lee Tiffany Lewis Iris Lillard Venus Lipsey Tina Lowe Macon Monogram/Amy Michael Macy’s/Michelle Lowe Eric Manson Valerie Mason Rashod Mathis Rhonda Matos Clara May Darnell Maynard Katherine McLeod Michael’s on Mulberry/Meagan Jenkins Shaundra Milner Dillard Morris NuWay Weiners/Spyros Dermatas Jessica Oakes Olive in a Bottle/Kathy Carol Olive Garden/Del Banks Bernard Pitts Michael Ponder Cari Rabanus Stephen Reichert Angelyn Rhames Elois Rice Mary Anne Richardson Mandi Robison Deborah Rogers Rumors/Ashley Johnson John Sallstrom Diandria Sanders Scott Seigel

Carolyn Simmons Carol Slocumb Elaine Smith Stephanie Smith Cassandra Solomon Shari Speights LaToya Stinson Dawn Sutton Bobby Taylor Julie Terrell The Bear’s Den/Kristi Lyles The Pink Chief Boutique/ Anissa Jones

Theatre Macon Zalonia Thomas Wachovia Thornton Debbie Tingle Freddie Walker Walmart – Store 1076/ Shelly Bright Lara Walton Sylvia Williams Darlene Wood Kimberly Worsham Patricia Wright Ali Yallah, Ph.D.

Listed are the businesses, individuals, foundations, and organizations who made contributions to the River Edge Foundation from January 1 – December 31, 2016. Every effort was made to ensure the accuracy of this list and any errors or omissions are unintentional. Please report any errors to the Foundation office — 478-803-7800 or advancement@river-edge.org * Indicates Deceased

GI FT S I N H ON OR OF Julie Daniel Jessica Grant

Ken Maddox Laurie Richardson

GI FT S I N MEMOR Y O F Dr. Eugenio Guillermo Allende

Dr. Robert E. Herrington

William S. “Billy” Boone

Margaret Kelly Wilson Long

Ruth Cummings

Rumney Family

Commander William E. “Bill” Willingham, USN Ret.

Rachael E. Thompson

A WOR D ON P LANNED G I VI NG Planned giving is a set of ways a donor can leave money or assets to a non-profit at his or her death, or a way to invest money so that the donor receives benefits during his or her life and then bequeaths the remaining funds to the nonprofit. The River Edge Foundation welcomes gifts made through different planned giving provisions. These arrangements can: • provide for you or your loved ones; • entitle you to charitable income; and/or gift or estate tax deductions; and • enable you to leave a legacy. With many different planned giving options, you can help grow essential mental health, addictive disease, and developmental disabilities resources for Central Georgians in perpetuity. Call 478-803-7800 to speak with someone about making a planned gift to The River Edge Foundation.


LET’S CONTINUE THE JOURNEY Your gift to the Foundation supports the journeys of the thousands of men, women, and children River Edge serves.

THANKS TO YOU: • a mother who once turned to drugs now gets support and encouragement from LifeSPRING; • a differently abled person is now employed and enjoys a home with a front porch and friends to share it with; and • an employee is now mentally healthy because she has access to lifesaving medications. Because of donors like you, the journey continues for some while just beginning for others. For those touched by River Edge, your gift to the Foundation means the difference between simply surviving and a life filled with hope and promise. Every journey begins with the first step; help us make that step possible for even more Georgians by making a gift to The River Edge Foundation.

These statements are excerpted from the auditor’s report of the 2016 financial records of The River Edge Foundation. The independent audit was performed by the certified accounting firm of Robert Baker and Associates located in Albany, Georgia. To view the report in its entirety, please call 478-803-7800 to request a copy.

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S TAT E M E N T OF FINANCIAL POSITION

PUTNAM

The River Edge Foundation year ending December 31, 2016

Current Assets Cash in Bank Accounts Receivable Prepaid Expenses

$ 2,118,220 405,601 128,573

Total Current Assets

JONES

MONROE

BALDWIN

WILKINSON

BIBB

$ 2,652,394

TWIGGS

Capital Assets Land

$ 45,725

Accumulated Depreciation

2,707,444

Total Capital Assets

$ 2,753,169

Other Assets Reserve Deposits Marketable Securities

$

63,591 1,006,553

Total Other Assets

$ 1,070 ,144

Total Assets

$ 6,475,707

Current Liabilities Accounts Payable Payroll Benefits Payable Due to River Edge BH Deferred Revenues Total Current Liabilities

$

279,898 90,544 452,710 10,756

$

833,908

Long Term Liabilities Construction Loan Payable

$ 2,174,780

Total Liabilities

$ 3,008,688

In FY16, River Edge served 12,688 youths and adults in seven primary counties (Baldwin, Bibb, Jones, Monroe, Putnam, Twiggs, and Wilkinson) and 123 additional counties in Georgia.

Counties Served by River Edge Seven Primary Counties Served

Net Assets Unrestricted Restricted: Temporarily Permanently Total Restricted Net Assets Total Net Assets

Total Liabilities & Net Assets

$ 3,443,446 20,528 3,045 $ $

23,573 3,467,019

S TAT E M E N T OF FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES The River Edge Foundation, year ending December 31, 2016.

Program Expenses $ 6,475,707

Contracts

$ 7,187,390

Contributions Insurance

S TAT E M E N T O F A C T I V I T I E S The River Edge Foundation, year ending December 31, 2016

Operating Grants and Contributions Total Operating Grants and Contributions

Support Services $ 136,597

10,213

Total $7,323,987 10,213

106,758

106,758

Other Operating Expenses

221,401

60,485

281,886

Professional Fees

21,837

5,018

26,855

25,463

25,463

Supplies and Materials

$ 8,324,082 Total Expenses

Expenses

$7,440,841

$334,321

$7,775,162

7,440,841 334,321

Program Support Support Services Total Expenses

$ 7,775,162

Change in Net Assets

$

548,920

These statements are excerpted from the auditor’s report of the 2015 financial records of The River Edge Foundation. The independent audit was performed by the certified accounting firm of Robert Baker and Associates located in Albany, Georgia. To view the report in its entirety, please call (478) 803-7800 to request a copy.

Net Assets Beginning of the Year

$ 2,918,099

End of the Year

$ 3,467,019

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R I V E R E D G E B E H AV I O R A L H E A LT H SERVICE LOCATIONS To schedule an appointment at any of these locations, please call 478-803-7700. RIVER EDGE – BIBB COUNTY 175 Emery Highway Macon, Georgia 31217 478.803.7600

RIVER EDGE RECOVERY CENTER 3575 Fulton Mill Road Macon, Georgia 31206 Adult - 478.803.8617 Child & Adolescent - 478.803-8605

RIVER EDGE – BALDWIN COUNTY Blandy Way Office Park 60 Georgia Highway 22 Milledgeville, Georgia 31061 478.451.2700

BILLINGSLEA RECOVERY RESIDENCE 1243 First Avenue Macon, Georgia 31204 478.803.8723

RIVER EDGE – JONES COUNTY 530 Settlement Drive, Suite A Gray, Georgia 31032 478.803.8701

OPTIONS SENIOR 595 Wimbish Road Macon, Georgia 31204 478.803.8083

RIVER EDGE – MONROE COUNTY 168 Old Brent Road Forsyth, Georgia 31029 Mental Health - 478.803.7602 Developmental Disabilities - 478.803.7863

LifeSPRING 5113 College Crossing Drive Macon, Georgia 31206 478.803.8729

RIVER EDGE – TWIGGS COUNTY 952 Main Street Jeffersonville, Georgia 31044 478.803.8711 DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES  139 Woodfield Drive Macon, Georgia 31210 478.803.7657

InTUNE HOUSTON COUNTY 281 Carl Vinson Parkway Warner Robins, Georgia 31088 478.803.7899 CRISIS SERVICE CENTER 60 Highway 22 West Milledgeville, GA 31061 478.451.2700

277 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Suite 102-A | Macon, Georgia 31201

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2016 Foundation Annual Report  

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2016 Foundation Annual Report  

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