Finding a solution may seem impossible. Fortunately, weâ€™re good at impossible.
2015 ANNUAL REPORT
Seven Counties Services is the preferred provider of behavioral health care and developmental services in Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble Counties. Seven Counties delivers innovative individualized and compassionate communitybased treatment, support, and services for persons with severe mental illnesses, children with severe emotional and behavioral disorders, individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities, and adults and adolescents with addiction and substance abuse disorders. We work tirelessly to find solutions to life’s most difficult and complex challenges. Helping our Community Flourish...One Life at a Time. VALUES • We trust in the positive intentions of others. • We bring out the potential in our clients, in the challenges we face, and in each other. • We are accountable to our clients, each other, our community, and our funders. • We get things done for the people who count on us. • We never give up on our clients.
LEADERSHIP BOARD OF DIRECTORS The board members of Seven Counties Services are volunteers from throughout our seven county region who serve without compensation. They are compassionate leaders and freely give of their time, talents and treasures to serve as our motivators in meeting our mission. CHAIRMAN VICE CHAIRMAN SECRETARY TREASURER
Michael Ringswald Michael Abate Denise Perry David Ray Nina Bain Dr. Craig Blakely Elizabeth Cooper Maresa Fawns Sara C. Huggins Emily Gimmel Kevin Gunn Denise Hall Judge David Holton, II Thomas Hoy Dr. Surinder “Sam” Kad Steven Lee Gary Marsh David Miller Matthew Miller Attica Scott Robert Watson
Republic Bank Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP Henry County Public Schools Galen College of Nursing Educator, retired University of Louisville Family & Children’s Place Kentucky Justice Association Attorney, retired Graceship Jefferson County Public Schools Trimble County Public Schools Jefferson County District Court Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP Kentucky State Reformatory Vantiv Masonic Homes of Kentucky Healthcare Strategy Group Farm Credit County Health Rankings and Roadmaps McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP Anthony “Tony” Zipple, Sc.D., MBA Kelley Gannon, LCSW Christopher Roszman, CPA, MBA, FHFMA Scott Hedges, MD, FAPA, OCDS Gwen Cooper, MPA, CFRE Susan Rittenhouse, MS, CADC Daniel Smith, SPHR Bob Dooley April Van Epps
President and CEO Chief Operating Officer Sr. VP and Chief Financial Officer Chief Medical Officer VP, External Affairs VP, Quality, Health Information and Compliance VP, Human Resources Director, Information Technology Executive Office Manager
DIVISION VICE-PRESIDENTS Kimberly Brothers-Sharp, LCSW Scott Hesseltine, MA, MBA, LADC Jean Russell David Weathersby, LCSW
Adult Services Addiction Services Developmental Services Child and Family Services
WELCOME Seven Counties Services serves over 34,000 individuals each year. That’s a big number, and if you add in family members and friends our reach exceeds 150,000 people. But it’s not the numbers that make an impact. It’s the story of each and every person that we serve. Seven Counties is about people, our employees, your son or daughter, your mother, your cousin, and maybe even you. Every person has their own story and challenges, and we work hard every single day to help people live their best lives. These words sound nice, but what do they really mean? They mean that whatever the problem, we’re here to help. We take our mission seriously and provide innovative, evidence-based services to people who need us most. No issue is too difficult for us to tackle and we provide the tools for people to deal with life’s challenges. We certainly celebrate our successes as we continue to embrace our challenges. We’re making our neighborhoods better places for all of us to live— one life at a time. And our challenges are many- from continued funding cuts to increasing regulatory requirements that add costs and distraction to an already sorely underfunded system. As we embrace a new state administration in 2016 we are devoting more resources to engaging our elected officials in our fight to fund critical programs and services for those living with behavioral health and/or developmental disability issues. We are building new partnerships that strengthen our capacity and extend our reach. We are devoting resources to engaging our community in creative ways to support Seven Counties through participation in events and direct requests for donations. For the first time in our history, we must rely more heavily on
financial support from those in our community to continue serving those most vulnerable. And we are thankful for the support you’ve shown us this past year. We will continue to be at the forefront of working to stop a drug abuse epidemic that is killing our young adults at an unprecedented pace with new, innovative recovery-oriented substance abuse programs. And, we’ll continue to work with our public schools throughout our region to give more than 12,000 children the tools they need to become productive citizens. The faces you see in our annual report and on our website tell the story of Seven Counties. We want you to be part of that story, as a consumer, a family member, a donor or an advocate; each of us can be part of Seven Counties Services. Thank you for believing in us and trusting us to help you and your family. Sincerely,
Anthony M. Zipple, Sc.D., MBA President and CEO
Michael Ringswald Board Chair
# of Youth and Adolescents served in JCPS
THE FOUR MOST AWESOME WORDS EVER: “YOU CAN DO THIS.” PROGRAMS + SERVICES • Common Ground Day Training • Crisis Prevention and Response • Family Supports Services • PASRR Assessment • PASRR Specialized Services • Work Matters • Waiver Services • Supports for Community Living (SCL) • Michelle P. Waiver (MPW) • Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
DSD SPOTLIGHT : 874K Rally he 874K Rally celebrates the more than T 800,000 Kentuckians who live with an intellectual or developmental disability. Every year, Seven Counties rallies its clients, staff, caregivers, and the community together to speak with our elected officials. We vote. We count. We’re important.
CHILDREN + FAMILIES SERVICES
Finding a Solution may seem impossible. Fortunately, we’re good at Impossible. PROGRAMS + SERVICES • Acute Child Psychiatric Services • Daybreak Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) • Counseling Services • Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services • InHome • Therapy • KY Impact Services • Lighthouse Adolescent Recovery Center • Medication Management Services • Regional Prevention Center • TAYLRD • School Based Services • Waller Therapeutic Program • Western Day Treatment • Substance Abuse Intensive • The Family Recovery Program and Outpatient Program (IOP) Community Collaboration for Children
SPOTLIGHT : Letter to the CSU "It’s crazy how much I’ve changed and figured out about myself in only five days. I was especially anxious about coming here and how it would turn out, but I’ve grown quite attached to all of you, so leaving is going to be hard. I’m going to miss you guys very much!" - CSU client
Helping you look in the mirror and see who you really are. PROGRAMS + SERVICES • Emergency Services • Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services • Case Management • Housing First • Mental Health Outreach Team • Peer Support Services • Vocational Alternatives • Integrated Dual Diagnosis Disorder Treatment (IDDT)
• Counseling Services • ACT (Assertive Community Treatment) • Comprehensive Community Support Services • Medication Management Services • Payee Services • PeerFit • Therapeutic Rehabilitation: Recovery Zone • Criminal Justice and Jail Diversion Services
SPOTLIGHT : Run with Our Heroes 5K The Run with Our Heroes 5K, held on campus at The University of Louisville, celebrates all branches of the military, veterans, and their families. Proceeds support the UofL Veterans Services Fund and Veterans’ Behavioral Health Programs at Seven Counties Services. In 2015, more than 275 participants came out to support SCS and UofL and raised nearly $12,000!
In the end, it’s up to you. Beginning with us. PROGRAMS + SERVICES • “A Healthy Journey for Two” • Early Intervention Program • Zero Tolerance under 21 DUI program • Early Intervention Program • Mental Health First Aid for Youth and Adults • Prime For Life (PFL) • Developmental Assets • Guiding Good Choices Training Program • Staying Connected with Your Teen • Wellness Initiative for Senior Education (WISE) • The QPR (Question, Persuade, and Refer) Gatekeeper Training SPOTLIGHT : Reel Action 2015 The REEL ACTION Prevention of Underage Drinking project allows teens to use their talents to create videos that take REEL ACTION to reduce underage drinking, reel by reel. No special equipment or technical knowledge is needed to participate. Congratulations to South Oldham High School for winning 2015 Best Picture with Brother’s Burden.
The Seed of Recovery is found in the soil of courage. Alcoholism and drug addiction are chronic illness. They can destroy families, end careers and, ultimately ruin lives. But there are effective treatments available at Seven Counties. The Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Drug Abuse Center (JADAC) is an 80-bed inpatient and outpatient facility that treats adults with addictions and their families. INPATIENT SERVICES: • Detox • Rehabilitation • Residential OUTPATIENT SERVICES: • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) • Project Link • START ADOLESCENT SERVICES: • Lighthouse Adolescent Recovery Center • Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) • Individual Therapy SPOTLIGHT : Lighthouse Adolescent Recovery Center One of our region’s only residential teen recovery centers, the Lighthouse is designed to serve adolescents ages 12–18 who are suffering from substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. The Lighthouse specializes in providing a structured, therapeutic environment that encourages growth, healthy coping skills, and treatment to maintain sobriety.
Thank you to all of our donors!! It is because of your support that we are able to provide critical behavioral health services to our Seven Counties region.
Suzanne Bergmeister Dawn Burke Dannesha Doub Jennifer Hancock Nicholas Horn Ken Luther Becky Mitchell Eric Post William Roby Jr. Geneva Smith Rebecca Tamas Matthew Weissert
Mark Bayers Duplicator Sales & Service
Karen Berry Katherine Coates Brian Driscoll Debra Harper Jewish Community of Louisville Laura McBride Stephen Nance Sarah Prinsloo Christopher Roszman Candace Snowbarger Rebecca Terry Colleen Wilson
Gloria Berry Rachel Coonce Amanda Driscoll Don Harris Robin Jones David and Debbie McBride Susan Norsworthy Michael Rabkin Brenda Runkle Hugh Spalding Jr. Bonnie Thorson-Young Michele Wilson
Catherine Bowling Gwen Cooper William H. & Dana D. Faulkner Holly Hasting William Jones Holly McCue O’Brien Ford Janet. L. Reid Barb Schaefer SJ Stallings, Jr. Tommy Tompkins
Debra Boxley Jenifer Cordy Larry Griffin R Herrick Jake Kuprion Maurice Millett Brian O’Neill Mike Ringswald Sheila Schuster Rod and Tammy Stewart April Van Epps
Anna and Joey Brown Kyle Dodd Karen Hagan Kelly Hesler Matthew Leitterman William Minor Leah Phillips-Black Sandra Robertson Daniel Smith Joel Stone Danielle Warren
Robert Ernst Enterprise Fleet Management
Kelley Gannon Louisville Bar Center Inc.
Diane Hague National Janitorial Services
Kim and John Lawless United Parcel Service
The Brien Family Whonsetler & Johnson
BB&T Insurance Services Healthcare Strategy Group Outrider`Technologies Republic Bank Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs LLP
Bosse Mattingly Holy Cross High School Keith Overpeck Sam Swope Family Foundation Anthony Zipple
Byerly Ford-Nissan Dinsmore & Shohl Janssen Louisville Gas & Electric Paladina Health Peritus Public Relations LLC Sullivan College of Pharmacy The Business Journals
Claims Review Corp
Passport Health Plan
Seiller Waterman LLC
Muhammad Ali Center
Altman Insurance Services Assured Neace Lukens Engineering Investigation LLC Genoa/A QoL Co. Masonic Homes of Kentucky Mountjoy Chilton Medley PharMerica David Ray The Laughing Derby University of Louisville
Louisville Water Company
** This list may not be inclusive of all donors.
We would like to especially thank the 500+ volunteers who work tirelessly throughout the year in various roles to make Seven Counties the best nonprofit in our community.
SEVEN COUNTIES FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHT FY2015 INCOME
Federal, State, and Local Grants
Fee for Services
Other Revenues (Grants and Fundraising)
Assets Released from Restrictions Provision for Bad Debts TOTAL INCOME
EXPENSES Income in Excess of Expenses
● Developmental Disabilities
● Chemical Dependency
● Trust and Agency Programs
Other Changes in Net Assets Ending Net Assets
PROGRAM AND MANAGEMENT EXPENSES
● Mental Health
Beginning Net Assets
For a complete audit report, visit sevencounties.org Statistical Sources:
● SCS Learning, Inc. ● Management and Fundraising TOTAL
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