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REPORT TO OUR COMMUNITY

BUILDING

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With 84 programs serving 60,000 New Yorkers each year, SCO Family of Services is many things to many people. We are advocates. We are hope. We are early childhood, independent youth, and special needs programming. We are strong families and communities. We are the promise of opportunity. And most importantly, we are builders. We build well-being. How do we accomplish this? By helping individuals reach their full potential. Our tools are our programs; our architects, our dedicated staff. And with the help of our generous friends and supporters, we provide the blueprint that helps those who depend on us build a stronger tomorrow. Thank you for helping us forge solid foundations for those we serve.


KAITLYN & KHAMION THE RIGHT START: EARLY EDUCATION AND FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

Three-year-old Kaitlyn loves baby dolls, singing, and reading with her mom, Khamion. She came to FirstStep NYC, an SCO Early Childhood Center in Brownsville, Brooklyn, as an infant, and according to mom, has grown into an independent young lady with an abundance of energy, resilience, and confidence. The same can certainly be said of Khamion. A young, single parent, Khamion found herself without a home or job shortly after Kaitlyn was born and started attending SCO’s program. With limited support from family and friends, but full of drive DID YOU KNOW? and determination, Khamion turned SCO’s five early childhood to SCO to help centers, home visiting her find stable programs, and family footing. Mom and child care networks help baby traveled from 4,000 children and parents a shelter on the throughout NYC. Lower East Side to Brooklyn each day to give Kaitlyn a sense of normalcy, as the youngster had formed strong bonds with the teachers at SCO’s center. While Kaitlyn attended school, SCO’s Family Support Specialists helped Khamion with her resume and job search. She used the center’s computers to access online courses to further her own education. Khamion knew her daughter was in good hands during those long days of job interviews and looking for permanent housing. Her persistence paid off when Khamion landed a position as a home health aide and found an apartment back in Brooklyn and closer to Kaitlyn’s school. “I love this school,” she exclaimed. “They have been very involved in both of our lives and constantly ask how they can help with any issues. Kaitlyn is thriving here. I truly believe that hard work, dedication, and positivity pay off. Sometimes I felt like giving up, but Kaitlyn was always my motivation.” Khamion was recently offered a position as an administrative assistant at the same Early Childhood Center that helped her turn her life around – and we couldn’t be happier for both mom and child.

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“I love this school. They have been very involved in both of our lives and constantly ask how they can help with any issues. Kaitlyn is thriving here. I truly believe that hard work, dedication, and positivity pay off. Sometimes I felt like giving up, but Kaitlyn was always my motivation.” – Khamion


FOSTER CARE AND EDUCATION To say Fadwa is driven is an understatement. She doesn’t dream of becoming a surgical nurse, she is actively taking steps to make it happen. And to make her mother proud. Fadwa lost her mother to cancer when she was just 13 years old. Her father expected Fadwa to assume her mother’s responsibilities and moved the family often, keeping them distanced from any extended family. She was not allowed to have friends or participate in extracurricular activities. She attended five different high schools and managed to maintain excellent grades while she cooked, cleaned, and took care of her two brothers and father. At 17, she was abandoned by her father and placed in SCO’s foster care program. SCO helped stabilize the teen, placed her with a foster family, and eventually was able to locate a maternal aunt who opened her heart and home to her long-lost niece through kinship foster care. Despite her early challenges, Fadwa stays focused on the opportunities ahead of her. SCO’s foster care staff helped her prepare for college; guiding her through the application

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FADWA DRIVEN TO SUCCEED:

“I’m going to be successful regardless of what I’ve been through. My mother’s memory is what drives me and makes my education so important to me. Foster care has provided me with healthcare, educational resources, and a family. Now all that’s left is my final step to a fresh start in life college.” – From Fadwa’s awardwinning essay for a college scholarship

DETERMIN process and helping her achieve both a Dream US Scholarship and a Youth in Foster Care Award. Currently a student at Borough of Manhattan Community College, SCO helped her secure an internship with a surgeon at Mount Sinai Hospital. Fadwa’s goal is to keep her GPA high enough to get into nursing school. And we have no doubt she will achieve this and so much more.

DID YOU KNOW? SCO’s foster care program helps 1,400 children, teens, and family members each year. SCO helps over 5,500 students achieve their academic goals at our after school, weekend and summer enrichment programs as well as at eight specialized schools for teens with special needs or who are over-age and under-credited.


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INITIATIVES IN BROWNSVILLE, BROOKLYN

WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES

Continuing our commitment to expanding critical services in the Brownsville community, SCO has partnered with community organizations, government agencies, and private foundations to launch new early childhood programs, parenting support programs, and community-wide initiatives to improve outcomes and help the community’s children and families thrive.

SCO’s Women’s Health and Wellness Center

Brownsville United

SCO is partnering with Community Solutions and the Robin Hood Foundation to create Brownsville United, a collective impact project to improve outcomes for the 3,500 zero to three-year-olds and their families who reside in the Brownsville community. The goal is to help these youngsters grow and achieve measurably improved results in social, emotional, and language developmental skills.

Fatherhood Initiative

In partnership with the Department of Youth and Community Development , SCO launched our Fathers' Program to promote higher parental involvement from noncustodial fathers. The program seeks to improve fathers' relationships with their children and increase their financial and material support - with particular focus on fathers who have been involved in the criminal justice system.

3-K for All SCO is piloting NYC’s 3-K for All programs in Brownsville. Morris Koppelman and Shirley Chisholm Early Childhood Education Centers offer free, full-day, high-quality education to 105 three-year-olds. 3-K programs lay a critical foundation for children to grow, learn, and explore the world around them.

Facilitating Higher Education

SCO is partnering with the Jeremiah Program, Community Solutions and Medger Evans College in Brownsville to improve access to educational opportunities, secure affordable housing, and provide quality early education to single mothers and their young children.

A full continuum of care for women is coming to SCO’s Madonna Heights campus. SCO’s Women’s Health and Wellness Center in Dix Hills will enhance and improve access to integrated health services for women and children. With an award from the Statewide Health Care Facility Transformation Program, the capital grant enables SCO to expand and enhance our current mental health and substance abuse services, and add a new primary medical care clinic to provide a fully integrated care experience.

A Sanctuary for Healing

Madonna Heights successfully achieved Sanctuary recertification, continuing our commitment to a gender-specific, trauma-informed practice where girls and women can heal and thrive.

Expanded Substance Abuse Recovery

At the request of the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, SCO’s Morning Star II program is expanding to serve additional mothers with young children during recovery.

LITERACY AND EARLY LEARNING Quality Early Childhood Programs Delivered Where Most Needed

In addition to our Early Childhood Centers in Corona/East Elmhurst and Brownsville where services are in high demand, SCO’s Family Shelters provide child care and early childhood development for youngsters during their family’s stay in transitional housing. A unique early literacy partnership between SCO’s Crotona Inn and the NY Public Library serves as a replicable model for shelters across NYC.

Afterschool Reading Club for Children

In partnership with the New York City Department of Education and Department of Homeless Services, SCO’s Flushing Family Residence piloted the Afterschool Reading Club, a literacy enrichment program for elementary school students living in shelters.

Improving Outcomes for Toddlers

SCO was selected by the Administration for Children’s Services to pilot the Power of Two program for youngsters under the age of two in Family Foster Care. This program utilizes the acclaimed Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up (ABC) method to improve long-term outcomes.

Summertime Pre-K

Thanks to a partnership with the Sirus Fund, SCO’s Summer Extension Program provided Universal Pre-K throughout the summer months to children at our Morris Koppelman and Jerome Hardeman Early Childhood Education Centers.

SUPPORTING FAMILIES Mental Health or Substance Abuse Treatment

With enhanced support from the Administration for Children’s Services, SCO’s Woodside Family Treatment & Rehabilitation Program was expanded to meet the increased needs of the community.

Care Management Services

SCO is helping kids stay healthier through our Care Management Services. As part of a Health Home, SCO helps families with children who have specialized needs and certain medical and behavioral health conditions better manage their care and coordinate support services.

Beacon Centers

Our three NYC Beacon Centers, located in Bedford-Stuyvesant and Sunset Park, Brooklyn, have been vital community hubs for decades. Their importance to the neighborhoods they serve was recognized through a new three-year contract. SCO’s Beacons provide a wide range of after school programming, workshops, and enrichment, recreational and fitness activities to community residents of all ages during after school hours, evenings, weekends, summer breaks and holidays.

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Youth Mentoring

SCO is developing a youth mentorship program that pairs young people who are aging out of foster care with those who have already made a successful transition. Working with the NYC Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services, the program focuses on employment,

education, housing, and healthy relationships.

Juvenile Justice Initiative

SCO was awarded an exclusive contract by the Administration for Children’s Services to expand our Juvenile Justice Initiative from Brooklyn into Queens, further preventing more youth from entering the criminal justice system.

Transitioning Back to the Community

SCO partnered with the Department of Correction and Department of Education to develop a Young Adult Workforce Program at Riker’s Island to help young adults who have been incarcerated to successfully transition and reengage in community life.

Express Yourself

In collaboration with the Department of Cultural Affairs and ACS, SCO launched a Public Artist in Residency program for LGBTQ youth in residential foster care. Works include poetry, short films, photographs, paintings, and collages.

Independence Inn

With the support of the Department of Youth & Community Development, SCO is adding two additional Independence Inns to help more runaway and homeless youth.

SPECIAL NEEDS Complex Trauma Assessments

SCO expertise in Complex Trauma Assessments has been expanded as an agency-wide competency, helping more people in the community and providing referrals for Health Homes and managed care programs.

Family Counseling in the Bronx SCO opened the Courtlandt Avenue Clinic in the Bronx to maintain and expand quality mental health services.

A Continuum of Care through Adulthood

To ensure a continuum of care for young people aging out of residential programs, SCO is opening additional Individual Residential Alternatives (IRAs), group homes in the community for individuals with developmental disabilities.


INITIATIVES IN BROWNSVILLE, BROOKLYN

WOMEN AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES

Continuing our commitment to expanding critical services in the Brownsville community, SCO has partnered with community organizations, government agencies, and private foundations to launch new early childhood programs, parenting support programs, and community-wide initiatives to improve outcomes and help the community’s children and families thrive.

SCO’s Women’s Health and Wellness Center

Brownsville United

SCO is partnering with Community Solutions and the Robin Hood Foundation to create Brownsville United, a collective impact project to improve outcomes for the 3,500 zero to three-year-olds and their families who reside in the Brownsville community. The goal is to help these youngsters grow and achieve measurably improved results in social, emotional, and language developmental skills.

Fatherhood Initiative

In partnership with the Department of Youth and Community Development , SCO launched our Fathers' Program to promote higher parental involvement from noncustodial fathers. The program seeks to improve fathers' relationships with their children and increase their financial and material support - with particular focus on fathers who have been involved in the criminal justice system.

3-K for All SCO is piloting NYC’s 3-K for All programs in Brownsville. Morris Koppelman and Shirley Chisholm Early Childhood Education Centers offer free, full-day, high-quality education to 105 three-year-olds. 3-K programs lay a critical foundation for children to grow, learn, and explore the world around them.

Facilitating Higher Education

SCO is partnering with the Jeremiah Program, Community Solutions and Medger Evans College in Brownsville to improve access to educational opportunities, secure affordable housing, and provide quality early education to single mothers and their young children.

A full continuum of care for women is coming to SCO’s Madonna Heights campus. SCO’s Women’s Health and Wellness Center in Dix Hills will enhance and improve access to integrated health services for women and children. With an award from the Statewide Health Care Facility Transformation Program, the capital grant enables SCO to expand and enhance our current mental health and substance abuse services, and add a new primary medical care clinic to provide a fully integrated care experience.

A Sanctuary for Healing

Madonna Heights successfully achieved Sanctuary recertification, continuing our commitment to a gender-specific, trauma-informed practice where girls and women can heal and thrive.

Expanded Substance Abuse Recovery

At the request of the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, SCO’s Morning Star II program is expanding to serve additional mothers with young children during recovery.

LITERACY AND EARLY LEARNING Quality Early Childhood Programs Delivered Where Most Needed

In addition to our Early Childhood Centers in Corona/East Elmhurst and Brownsville where services are in high demand, SCO’s Family Shelters provide child care and early childhood development for youngsters during their family’s stay in transitional housing. A unique early literacy partnership between SCO’s Crotona Inn and the NY Public Library serves as a replicable model for shelters across NYC.

Afterschool Reading Club for Children

In partnership with the New York City Department of Education and Department of Homeless Services, SCO’s Flushing Family Residence piloted the Afterschool Reading Club, a literacy enrichment program for elementary school students living in shelters.

Improving Outcomes for Toddlers

SCO was selected by the Administration for Children’s Services to pilot the Power of Two program for youngsters under the age of two in Family Foster Care. This program utilizes the acclaimed Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up (ABC) method to improve long-term outcomes.

Summertime Pre-K

Thanks to a partnership with the Sirus Fund, SCO’s Summer Extension Program provided Universal Pre-K throughout the summer months to children at our Morris Koppelman and Jerome Hardeman Early Childhood Education Centers.

SUPPORTING FAMILIES Mental Health or Substance Abuse Treatment

With enhanced support from the Administration for Children’s Services, SCO’s Woodside Family Treatment & Rehabilitation Program was expanded to meet the increased needs of the community.

Care Management Services

SCO is helping kids stay healthier through our Care Management Services. As part of a Health Home, SCO helps families with children who have specialized needs and certain medical and behavioral health conditions better manage their care and coordinate support services.

Beacon Centers

Our three NYC Beacon Centers, located in Bedford-Stuyvesant and Sunset Park, Brooklyn, have been vital community hubs for decades. Their importance to the neighborhoods they serve was recognized through a new three-year contract. SCO’s Beacons provide a wide range of after school programming, workshops, and enrichment, recreational and fitness activities to community residents of all ages during after school hours, evenings, weekends, summer breaks and holidays.

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Youth Mentoring

SCO is developing a youth mentorship program that pairs young people who are aging out of foster care with those who have already made a successful transition. Working with the NYC Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services, the program focuses on employment,

education, housing, and healthy relationships.

Juvenile Justice Initiative

SCO was awarded an exclusive contract by the Administration for Children’s Services to expand our Juvenile Justice Initiative from Brooklyn into Queens, further preventing more youth from entering the criminal justice system.

Transitioning Back to the Community

SCO partnered with the Department of Correction and Department of Education to develop a Young Adult Workforce Program at Riker’s Island to help young adults who have been incarcerated to successfully transition and reengage in community life.

Express Yourself

In collaboration with the Department of Cultural Affairs and ACS, SCO launched a Public Artist in Residency program for LGBTQ youth in residential foster care. Works include poetry, short films, photographs, paintings, and collages.

Independence Inn

With the support of the Department of Youth & Community Development, SCO is adding two additional Independence Inns to help more runaway and homeless youth.

SPECIAL NEEDS Complex Trauma Assessments

SCO expertise in Complex Trauma Assessments has been expanded as an agency-wide competency, helping more people in the community and providing referrals for Health Homes and managed care programs.

Family Counseling in the Bronx SCO opened the Courtlandt Avenue Clinic in the Bronx to maintain and expand quality mental health services.

A Continuum of Care through Adulthood

To ensure a continuum of care for young people aging out of residential programs, SCO is opening additional Individual Residential Alternatives (IRAs), group homes in the community for individuals with developmental disabilities.


NICHOLAS VENTURING OUT ON HIS OWN: SUPPORT FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

Twenty-six-year old Nicholas can often be found riding his bike around town or to the local 7-Eleven. While that might not seem out of the ordinary for most young adults, for Nick, he is literally peddling his way to becoming self-sufficient since moving into an SCO residence for young adults with special needs. Nick is deaf and has a developmental disability, and until recently he considered himself much of a homebody, keeping to himself and relying on staff for many activities of daily living. That is, until he moved into SCO’s Individual Residential Alternative (IRA) in Farmingdale. The confidence and level of independence Nick has gained while at the IRA is nothing short of amazing. With support and guidance of SCO staff, Nick pushed himself to step outside of his comfort zone and ever since, there has been no DID YOU KNOW? slowing him down. SCO offers Day Hab, He now holds a residential, in-home and part-time job at campus-based services that improve the quality of life for the Traffic and people with special needs and Parking Violation developmental disabilities. Agency and has learned to use the Access-a Ride bus by himself to get to and from work. He does his own laundry, prepares meals, engages in phone calls via video chat, and for the first time in his life, enjoys going out into the community on his own. All of this new-found independence is a welcome relief for Nick’s parents, whose worries for his future have finally been eased. Since the age of 10, Nick lived in specialized residential schools for deaf youth until he aged out at 21 and moved back home. They were concerned they wouldn’t find an appropriate setting that could meet his needs as an adult. Nick has become so self-sufficient that he has his eye on moving into a supported apartment in the near future – something they couldn’t have imagined until recently. Until then, Nick will keep rolling along on his way to becoming even more independent.

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“The confidence Nick has grown in the short time he’s been at the group home is amazing. He has gained tremendous independence. He’s doing so well at his job that he’s been asked to take on more and more responsibilities.” – Mary, Nick’s mother


MANUEL FAMILY FIRST:

HOMELESS SERVICES AND FAMILY SUPPORT Manuel is a man with a plan. He loves to cook and aspires to be a chef at a 5-star restaurant one day. Until then, he hones his skills at home preparing his children’s favorite meals each week. A hard-working, single father of three teenagers, ‘family first’ is his mantra and guiding force through good times and bad. When a series of unfortunate events caused Manuel to lose his job, fall behind in rent, and eventually lose his apartment, he worried about his kids, he worried for himself; he needed to find a way to keep his family together. Manuel and his children moved into SCO’s Flushing Family Residence in Brooklyn to help him get back on his feet. Manuel recalls, “They gave us a second chance at life. SCO provided me with a roof over my head, access to food pantries, and even provided us with fun and recreation that lifted our spirits.”

DID YOU KNOW? SCO shelters 8,700 homeless youth, adults, and children each year throughout New York City and Long Island. While at the shelter, the family received counseling, housing services, and family support services to ease the transition. Manuel laid out a clear path for his family. His goal was to “find us a home, build a foundation, and get the kids in school.” He wasted no time in setting that plan in action. Manuel found steady employment working at a men’s shelter, which he recalls “opened my eyes and pushed me to want to be better and do better for my family.” Staff helped Manuel find an apartment suitable for his large family and their cat Patrick, who had been living with a friend. And all three children settled into their new schools and new life. “SCO is heaven sent,” exclaimed Manuel. “I am able to do more for my family now and live a productive life.”

“They gave us a second chance at life. SCO provided me with a roof over my head, access to food pantries, and even provided us with fun and recreation that lifted our spirits.” – Manuel

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CHRIS & ED STACK DONORS WITH A DEEP COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY

Former Baseball Hall of Fame Chairman Ed Stack and his wife Chris are in a league of their own when it comes to helping others. Their deep commitment to community is evident through the many charitable, civic, and educational causes they champion. But the Stacks have really stepped up to the plate for SCO Family of Services. Over the past two decades, Chris and Ed have been intimately involved in advancing our mission to build stronger foundations for New Yorkers. Ed sits on the SCO Board of Directors, serving as Chair from 2007 to 2011. He currently serves as the Board’s Assistant Treasurer, Chair of the Executive Compensation Committee, and sits on several subcommittees. Chris was a long-time volunteer at the Tyree Learning Center, where she lovingly worked with children with developmental disabilities who reside at SCO’s Robert J. McMahon Children’s Center. In addition to their personal generosity to SCO, the Stacks have helped recruit a strong lineup of supporters. As the retired President and Director of The Clark Estates, Ed was instrumental in securing SCO’s first grant from The Clark Foundation over 30 years ago. Since then, the Foundation continues to fund SCO’s continuum of youth development, academic support, and family counseling programs that provide life-changing opportunities for families in some of New York City’s most at-risk neighborhoods.

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OUR LEADERSHIP

.................................................................................................................... BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chair Lee Vance Vice Chairs Brian Edwards | H. Craig Treiber | Stephen J. Tyree Treasurer Kelly Williams Assistant Treasurer Edward W. Stack Secretary Mary Pat Thornton Assistant Secretary Timothy Fulton Members Mirna Daouk | Paulette LoMonaco, RGS David Marcus | Guy Moszkowski | Jessica Taylor O’Mary Robair Reichenstein | Demetrios P. Yatrakis EXECUTIVE STAFF Douglas O’Dell Executive Director Keith Little Deputy Executive Director EXECUTIVE CABINET Rose Anello Chief Strategy Officer Heath Bloch Chief Operating Officer Stephen Mack Chief Financial Officer Robert Sherman Chief Administrative Officer Madeline Martinez Special Assistant EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Karen I. Abreu-Rosano Assistant Executive Director, Program Services Hayden Blades Assistant Executive Director, Business Operations Christina Calabrese Assistant Executive Director, Center for Professional Development Connie Cerrato Assistant Executive Director, Program Services Joseph Fatuzzo Chief Information Officer Elyse B. Feldman Director of Finance Vivian Floch Assistant Executive Director, Quality Improvement Terri Folger Compliance/Privacy Officer Floaria Ladja Assistant Executive Director, Program Services Diane Krasnoff Assistant Executive Director, Program Services Brian Leidy Director of Institutional Advancement Susan Moran Assistant Executive Director, Program Services James Nyreen Assistant Executive Director, Program Services Diana Perone Assistant Executive Director, Human Resources Lisa Sammon Director of Accounting & Financial Reporting Carrie Stewart Assistant Executive Director, Program Services Arthur Zanko Assistant Executive Director, Program Services


FINANCIALS

Fiscal Year July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016 .......................................................................................................... REVENUE AND SUPPORT Fee for Service Prior Years’ Cost Reimbursement Adjustments Government Grants and Contracts Foundation Grants Contributions and Special Events Investment Income

$ 162,563,923 $ (176,139) $ 74,267,467 $ 7,610,562 $ 1,967,236 $ 2,522,489

TOTAL REVENUE AND SUPPORT $ 248,755,538 .......................................................................................................... EXPENSES Program   Management & General   Fundraising/Foundation Support  

$ 225,480,884 $ 19,110,822 $ 1,375,559

TOTAL EXPENSES

$ 245,967,265

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS FROM OPERATIONS $ 2,788,273 .......................................................................................................... Actual Expenditures FISCAL YEAR 2016 by program area and percentage: 0.56% 7.77% 11.52%

26.85% 5.43%

TOTAL EXPENSE $ 245,967,265

6.07%

12.63% 29.17%

FOSTER CARE SERVICES FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

$ 66,047,045

EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES

$ 13,355,761 $ 14,931,648

SPECIAL NEEDS & BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES $ 71,749,519 EDUCATION & YOUTH DEVELOPMENT SERVICES $ 31,061,527 SHELTERS & HOMELESS SERVICES  

$ 28,335,384

MANAGEMENT & GENERAL

$ 19,110,822

DEVELOPMENT

$ 1,375,559

NET ASSETS Unrestricted – Operations $ 51,525,977 Unrestricted – Pension Related Changes $ (58,577,862) TOTAL UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS (DEFICIT) $ (7,051,885) Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted TOTAL NET ASSETS (DEFICIT)

$ 7,342,090 $ 1,442,996 $ 1,733,201


OUR DONORS Thank you! SCO Family of Services is grateful for the generous support of the following individuals, corporations, foundations, and organizations in FY16. Note: When preparing a report of this nature, unintentional oversights may occur. If we have mistakenly spelled, listed or omitted your name, please accept our apologies and contact SCO’s Development Office at 516.953.1875.

DONORS $250,000+ Estate of Sylvia Bukas | The Clark Foundation | The Pinkerton Foundation | The Price Family Foundation, Inc | Robin Hood Foundation | The Taft Foundation | The Tiger Foundation

$50,000+ The Altman Foundation | Charles Hayden Foundation | Child Welfare Fund | The Durst Family Foundation | The Edith Glick Shoolman Children's Foundation | JP Morgan | Levitt Foundation, Inc. | New York Women's Foundation | The Parent-Child Home Program | Anne L. and Martin Peretz | Research Foundation of the City University of NY | Si Se Puede! Women’s Cleaning Cooperative | SingleStop USA | The Sirus Fund | The Staten Island Foundation | The Stella and Charles Guttman Foundation | Lee and Cynthia Vance Foundation

$15,000+ Alexandra Alger and Dan Chung | Beyond Care | Brooklyn Community Foundation | City Harvest, Inc. | The Frances L. & Edwin L. Cummings Memorial Fund | Grace J. Fippinger Foundation | GAP Foundation | Help for Children | Hot Bread Kitchen, LTD. | Laurel and Joseph Mancino | The Mary J. Hutchins Foundation, Inc. | The New York Community Trust | Newsday Charities, A McCormick Foundation Fund | Jessica T. and Michael O'Mary | RAR Family Foundation | The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, Inc. | Mary Pat Thornton and Cormac McEnery | The Treiber Family Foundation, Inc. | Lora and H. Craig Treiber | Kelly and David Williams

$5,000+ Ahmuty, Demers & McManus | Peggy and Keith Anderson | The Barker Welfare Foundation | Benjamin Development Co., Inc | Dave Bloom | Dorothy Whalen and Philip Bonanno | Lynn Brenner | Robert B. Catell | Joan and John D'Addario | Mirna Daouk and Adrien Vesval | Jill and Joe Deal | Martina and Federico DeGiorgis | Vicki and Vincent DeLaurentis | Diana and Fred Elghanayan | The Jack Fanning Memorial Foundation | Michele and Thomas Fanning | Debra Fine and Martin Schneider | Jeremy FitzGerald | Food Bank for New York City | Fuerza Laboral | Peggy and Robert Gartland | Medora and Jack Geary | The Malcolm Gibbs Foundation, Inc | Golden Steps Cooperative | Joni and Scott Grossman | Katrina and James Hernandez | Irwin Siegel Agency, Inc. | Victoria Loconsolo Foundation, Inc. | Long Island Charities Foundation | Madonna Heights Ladies Auxiliary | Grace Morgan and Dennis Geoghan | Mutual of America | Options Group | Crisler and Peter Quick | Joanne and William Quinn | Rauch Foundation | Jin K. Lee and Robair A. Reichenstein | Sauvigne & Company LLP | Angelina R. Schad | Susan R. Sinclair | Mitali V. Sohoni | Chris and Edward Stack | Steel Equities | Sterling Bank | Sterling Equities, Inc. | Switzer Foundation | TD Charitable Foundation |

Lori Ann and Stephen Tyree | John T. Underwood Foundation | United Way of Long Island | Waldorf Risk Solutions, LLC | Lisa and Mark Walsh | Mary and Thomas Walsh | Wheatley Agency, Inc. | Maureen and Stephen Worth | Zegar Family Fund

$500+ Jessica B. Aaron | AB Oil Service, Ltd. | Frances and Patrick Alesia | Eleanor Alger | Allocco Recycling | Americana Manhasset | AMS Risk Management & Consulting, Inc. | Rose Anello and Peter Viola | Arbor Commercial Mortgage | Arthur Dubow Foundation | Thomas P. August | L. J. Baldwin | Rosamond and Lyman Baldwin | The Bank of America Charitable Foundation | Bank of America | Barnett Associates, Inc. | Kathleen and Nicholas Bartolomeo | Elizabeth and Benjamin Basil | Susan and Benjamin Baxt | Beacon Therapy | Richard Beck | Christopher Beha | Allyson and James Beha | Tracy and David Blumenfeld | Christine and Bryan Boisi | Fran Sullivan and John Brennan | Bridgehampton National Bank | Phillip Brill-Edwards | Kate and Alexander Brodsky | Megan and Thomas Brodsky | Brown & Altman LLP | Brian Brown | Maryann and David Brown | Chuck Calman | Gale C. Campisi | Joan Caridi and Philip Korot | Kerian and Eric Carlstrom | Carney, Pacheco & Associates PC | Casella Construction Corp. | Casey Family Programs | Alice and James Cassaro | Castle Asset Management, LLC | Phyllis and Michael Castoro | Angelo Chan | Kathryn Chen and Jason Bonanca | Mary and William Chen | Ching-Tien Realty, Inc. | Church of Park Slope | CNA | Jessica Cohen | Kelly Colbert | Dominick Congiusta | Connetquot West, Inc. | Continuity Centers | Conway Farrell Curtin & Kelly P.C. | Mary Bernadette Corrigan | Terri and John Coyle | Denise R. Coyle-Devita | Kathryn Croft | Cronin & Cronin Law Firm, PLLC | Melissa D'Angelo | DCS Systems, Inc. | Michelle and Adam Deal | Fred Del Gaudio | Delmonte-Smelson Jewelers, Inc. | Michael DeMeo | Priscilla and Ronald Doane | Mark Dowd | Donna Doyle | Lesley and S. Searcy Dryden | Nancy and Thomas Dufek | Eagle Sanitation, Inc. | Edward Ehrbar, Inc. | JoAnn and Brian Edwards | EMTEC Consulting Engineers, PLLC | Escape to Shape | Debbie and John Evangelakos | Fantini Baking Company, Inc. | Farrell Fritz P.C. | Rob Farrior | Douglas Fenton | Fidelity Investments | First National Bank of Long Island | Rachel and Alex Fishman | Fitzgerald Properties Real Estate Management, LLC | Jeremy and Peter FitzGerald | Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo, Cohn & Terrana LLP | Cielo Buenaventura and Nicholas A. Fox | Kirsten Feldman and Hugh Frater | Antonella and Amedeo Gabrielli | Tina Gagliano | Patricia and John Gallagher | Geraldine and Leonard Genovese | Elizabeth and Larry Gile | Deborah Ginsberg | Karyn R. Ginsberg | Adrienne Glasgow | Globe Transmissions | Katherine F. Gnapp | Samantha and David Goldring | William Grant | Julie and Kenneth Gray | Bonnie Greaves | Beth Rivers and Woodrin Grossman | Greta Guggenheim and Kurt Winters | Juan and Peter Guilfu | Shauna Holiman and Robert H. Hackney | Sandra J. and Robert Hagan | Jacqueline and George Haggerty | Art Hall | Donna and John Hardiman | The Hartford | Laurie Harvey | Mark Haslinger | Maureen Hayes | Henick-Lane Service Corp | Eileen and Richard Henning | Jacqueline and Robert Higgins | Horan Construction Corp | Joan and George Hornig | Mendel Hui | Chris Hyman | Island Transportation Corp. | Ronen Israel | Jaffe, Ross & Light, LLP | JPMorgan Chase & Co. | Margrit and Herschel Kaminsky | Kean Development Company, Inc. | Kepos Capital, LP | Elaine Kessel | Ajay Khanna | Kiwanis Club of Parkway E. | Josephine W. Kixmiller | Knights of Columbus | Jacqueline and Albert Kos | Georgia and John Koutsantanou | Lynne A. Kramer | Diane Krasnoff | Elaine M. Krupa | L&J Cesspool Service, Inc. | Trinka LaBranche | Hildemarie Ladouceur |


Lake Grove-Newfield Soccer Club, Inc. | Paul J. Larkin Associates, Inc. | Ellen Baer and David Lebenstein | Jennifer and Stephen Lehner | Anna K. Lengsfield | Leon Petroleum, LLC | Amy and Paul Levine | Fran and Jack Levy | Karen Lewis | Liberty Mutual | Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts | Nancy and Alan Locker | Katherine and Keith Lockwood | Long Island Board of Realtors, Inc. Nassau North Shore Chapter | Sherif Lotfi | Elizabeth Maher | James R. Maher, Jr. | James R. Maher, Sr. | Eric Mandelblatt | Leslie and Steven Marentis | Lara and Brian Margolis | Maspeth Federal Savings and Loan | Denise and Michael Mattone | Sarah and Michael Mauriel | Virginia and Joe Maybank | Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City | Gale and Charles Mazzoni | Laura and Patrick McDonnell | Brian McGillicuddy | Elaine Walsh and Brenda G. McGowan | Alida and Kevin McGuire | Barbara C. and Christopher McLean | Janette McMahan | Linda I. Gibbs and Thomas L. McMahon | Kathy and Gilbert McNally | Michael Melcher | Mercury Public Affairs, LLC | Milliman | Milro Associates, Inc. | Thea Mitzman | Karen and Nicholas Montagnese | Moraghan Engineering | Morgan Stanley | Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP | The Morrison and Foerster Foundation | Narragansett Bay Insurance Co. | Nassau County Fire Riders, Inc | Donna and Tom Neff | New York Immigration Coalition | Amy Pollack and Richard Newman | NIC Holding Corporation | Northeast Service Interiors, LLC | Northville Industries | Nouveau Elevator | Mary Ellen Nugent | NYS Assoc. Nassau Chapter for SBGA | Arlene and Douglas O'Dell | Victoria Orso | Pace Tire & Diagnostic Center, Inc. | Dolores and George Pandel | Karen and Vincent Papa | Puneet Pardasani | Pascucci Family Foundation | Pav-Lak Contracting Inc. | Adele and Daniel Penrod | The Philanthropic Initiative | Piccirillo, Lamont & Giammarese, LLP | Pine Hollow Country Club | Steve Plavin | Leticia Presutti | Margaret M. Price | Prime Materials Recovery | Elizabeth Proctor | Pro-Pel Exterminating Co. | Prospect Foundation Inc. | Chad W. Pry | Quality A/C & Heating Inc. | Glen Ranno | Record Press Inc. | The Reiss Family Foundation | Lemont K. Richardson | Rite-Way Internal Removal, Inc. | Karen and Thomas Robards | Hilary and Wilbur Ross | Kim and Thomas Ruffing | The Ruth and Vernon Taylor Foundation | Sabre Real Estate | Sahn, Ward, Coschignano, & Baker, PLLC | Nora and Homer Schaaf | Todd Schermerhorn | School Construction Consultants, Inc. | Patricia and Derek Schuster | Lisa and David Scro | Ginna and Douglas Sesler | Margaret and Robert Sherman | Jodie E. Shorin-Hirsch | Signature Bank | Nancy and David Solomon | Joan and Donald Stack | Evelyn and Walter Stack | Carolyn and Eric Stein | Ellen and Richard Stein | Rosemary and Donald Stein | Jane Steinberg | Kathleen and Peter Sullivan | Matthew Sussman | Vito Tanzi | Pam and Laurence Tarica | Gretchen and Tim Teran | Thornton Towing & Transportation | Titan Engineers PC | Graves Tompkins | Lewis E. Topper | Travelers Insurance | Virginia and Bruce Treiber | Carol Ann and John Treiber | JoEllen and Scott Treiber | Trusty Amigos | Greg Tusar | Barbara Tyree | Laurie and Lawrence Tyree | Paul Tyree | Joyce and William Tyree | United Neighborhood Houses of New York, Inc | Lisa Marie Utasi | Valero Corporation | Value Furniture Warehouse | Charlotte and Robert Van der Waag | Gillian and James Van Schaick | Verint Systems, Inc. | Viking Global Foundation | Sandra Viola | Danielle and Joseph Vitagliano | Florence and Douglas Von Erb | Danielle and Thomas Walker | Walter's West End Supply, Inc. | Wantagh Memorial Congregational Church | Warren & Warren, P.C. | William R. Webb | Marc Weingarten | Whitestone Associates | Vanessa and John Wilcox | Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf LLP | Catherine Winkoff | Women's Club of Flower Hill | Zurich American Insurance Company

IN-KIND DONORS Al's Angels | Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church of Port Washington | Babylon Rotary Club | Banana Republic | Bethpage Lodge No. 975 | Cablevision | Gale C. Campisi | Carter's | Philip J. Catapano, Esq. | Central Boulevard Elementary School | Chase Commercial Banking | Chem Rx Long Term Care Pharmacy | Choka Lyme | Christ the King | Ciara's Helping Hands | Carolyn A. Cirincion | Comax Manufacturing Corp. | The Culinary Studio | Cushman & Wakefield | Daniel Gale | Debbie's Creative Childcare | Denise and John Dolan | East Williston Fire Department | Empire State Building Company, LLC | Farmingdale Women's Club | First Presbyterian Church | Antonella and Amedeo Gabrielli | Garden of Dreams Foundation | Getty Realty Corp. | Half Hollow Hills High School East | Henry Schein, Inc. | Insignia-BNT National Title Agency | J. Fred Sparke Elementary | John Mandracchia Sawmill Intermediate School | Junior Welfare League of Huntington | The Karate Academy of Bethpage | Debbie and Sean Kelly | Kiddie Academy | Georgia and John Koutsantanou | LI Hellcats Kids Softball Team | Josephine Marini | Metro Environmental Services | Mid Island Collision | Renee and Jeffrey Monte | Cliff Morgan | Nassau County Fire Riders, Inc | Nassau Homemakers | Nassau North Shore Chapter of LIBOR | New Hyde Park Road School | North Shore Schools Admin | NYS Assoc. Nassau Chapter for SBGA | Our Lady of Hope | Our Lady of Hope Church | Margaret M. Price | Richard Tie Fabrics, Inc. | Road Carriers Local 707 | Saint Luke's Church | Scholastic Inc. | Janice and Scott Seaman | The SHIELDS Long Island Inc. | St. Boniface Martyr Church | St. Dominic's RC Church | St. Patrick's School | St. Philip & James Church | St. Philip Neri | St. Pius X Church | Sterling Bank | Sunshine Toy Drive | SupplyHouse.com | Tiger Global | Lora and H. Craig Treiber | Barbara Tyree | United Breast Cancer Foundation | US Customs and Border Protection | Cynthia and Lee Vance | VOXX International Corporation | Wells Fargo Bank | Whitsons Culinary Group | Who Cares Committee, Inc.

GOVERNMENT PARTNERS New York City Administration for Children’s Services | Department of Education | Department of Health and Mental Hygiene | Department of Homeless Services | Department of Youth and Community Development | District Attorney’s Office | Human Resources Administration | Small Business Services | The New York City Council | Council Member Robert Cornegy | Council Member Julissa Ferreras-Copeland | Council Member Rory Lancman | Council Member Carlos Menchaca | Council Member Antonio Reynoso

New York State Department of Health | Education Department | Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services | Office for Children and Family Services | Office for People with Developmental Disabilities | Office of Mental Health

Nassau County Department of Social Services

Suffolk County Department of Health | Department of Social Services

United States Department of Health and Human Services


OUR REACH SIX CORE SERVICE AREAS: EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION & YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRONG FAMILIES & COMMUNITIES FOSTER CARE HOMELESS SERVICES SPECIAL NEEDS

NEW YORK CITY

Baychester

East Elmhurst Corona

Bedford Stuyvesant

Queens Village Jamaica

Brownsville Sunset Park

Glen Cove

Dix Hills

Brentwood

LONG ISND


OUR PROGRAMS

FOSTER CARE

EARLY CHILDHOOD

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Nurse-Family Partnership: home-based program to promote healthy pregnancy and child development Parent-Child Home Program: home-visiting program that promotes parent engagement, early literacy and school readiness Early Head Start: center and home-based childcare and parenting support for families with infants and toddlers Early Childhood Centers: early care and education, preschool and pre-K Family Child Care Networks: childcare in small group settings

EDUCATION AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT to Home: residential program for court-involved • Close youth Justice Initiative: intensive therapy to prevent • Juvenile and change delinquent behavior Transfer Schools: high schools for over-age, • under-credited students After School and Summer programs for school-age • youth Adult Workforce Program: educational and • Young vocational services for young adults on Rikers Island Center: resources and services for homeless • Drop-In and at-risk youth

HOMELESS SERVICES

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young adults to ensure all goals are met Family Counseling, Support and Preventive Services Adult Employment, Education and Co-op Business Development Single Stop: access to public benefits, healthcare, tax filing, and legal assistance Food Pantries

Adult & Family Shelters Independence Inns: transitional housing for runaway and homeless youth Scattered Site Supportive Housing for youth aging-out of foster care

SPECIAL NEEDS Schools • Residential - Westbrook Preparatory School: junior/senior high

STRONG FAMILIES & COMMUNITIES Dynamics: after school, family support and • Family counseling in Central Brooklyn for Family Life: neighborhood-based services in • Center Sunset Park, Brooklyn Beacon Centers • BrownvilleCommunity United: a collective impact initiative focused • on young children and their families Fatherhood Initiative: skills workshops, peer • mentoring and supportparenting services Care Management: a program that manages health care, • behavioral health and service needs of children and

Family Foster Care Therapeutic Family Foster Care Adoption Services Group Homes for young adults, young women with children, and LGBTQ youth in foster care

school for students with high-functioning autism - Ottilie Residential Treatment Facility (RTF) and Theresa Paplin School for youth challenged with a serious emotional disturbance as well as a developmental disability - Madonna Heights RTF, Group Residence and School for young women healing from trauma - Robert J. McMahon Children’s Center and Tyree Learning Center for youth with developmental disabilities - The Christopher School for adolescents with developmental disabilities Developmental Disabilities - Individual Residential Alternatives: small group homes serving adults - Intermediate Care Facilities: residential programs with 24-hour nursing care - Medicaid Service Coordination, Home & Community Based Waiver, Day Habilitation and Community Habilitation services: enable adults and children to remain at home and engage in community life - Family Care: support and guidance in family homes for adults with developmental disabilities - Family Support and In-Home Respite for families/caregivers Behavioral Health - Family Mental Health Clinics - Substance Abuse Recovery Programs - Bridges to Health: medical and behavioral health services for youth with special needs in foster care - Targeted Case Management and Home & Community Based Waiver Program: intensive services that enable children and adults to remain at home - Supportive Single Residence Occupancy: a residence for young adults - Children’s Community Residences: group homes in community settings - Crisis and Planned Respite: temporary out-of-home care


SCO Family of Services helps New Yorkers build a strong foundation for the future. We get young children off to a good start, launch youth into adulthood, stabilize and strengthen families and unlock potential for children and adults with special needs. SCO has provided vital human services throughout New York City and Long Island for more than 100 years.

1 Alexander Place, Glen Cove, NY 11542 516.671.1253 154 Lawrence Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 718.797.3068

Report to the community 2016  
Report to the community 2016  
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