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2010-2011

COMMUNITY REPORT


Why Choose The Children’s Center? The Children’s Center (TCC) celebrates over 83 years of excellence in working with children and families residing in the metropolitan Detroit community. As one of the largest, most diverse child-serving agencies in Michigan. We address the needs of some of the most troubled children in the United States.

Our Mission – To help children and

families shape their own futures.

Our Vision – We will provide premier

programs and services of national caliber by:

• Display a CAN DO Attitude! • Treat Other People (both co-workers and clients) with Respect, Courtesy and Patience.

• Continually increasing the quality of our services to children and families with special needs, primarily in the Metropolitan Detroit area.

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• Enhancing and expanding a unique, innovative continuum of effective programs and services.

• Services are offered to residents of the Metropolitan Detroit area

• Attracting and maintaining the best possible people for our staff, board and volunteer corps.

• Treatment with respect and dignity

• Respecting and promoting diversity.

Our Values – We pride ourselves

with having staff members who abide by The Children’s Center core values: • Devoted/Dedicated/Always Willing • Passion for What they Do! • Committed and Accountable – They do What They Say!

proudly supports the community: • We address causes rather than the symptoms of a problem

• A “can do” attitude in our intervention • Willingness to work in cooperation with a child’s school and community support • Medicaid and other insurances accepted • Nationally accredited through the National Council on Accreditation (COA) of Services for Families and Children, Inc. since 1986 • The Children’s Center has the largest number of specialized programs in any child and family agency in Michigan for at-risk youth. • Good Stewards in the community • Great place to Volunteer! If you know a child in need of help or are interested in providing a safe home for a child or youth, call The Children’s Center at 313-831-5535 or visit www.thechildrenscenter.com

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Dear Friends, At The Children’s Center of Wayne County, we dedicate ourselves to helping children and families shape their own futures. What does it mean to shape your own future? We believe it means children have the opportunity to learn, play, grow and develop free from the constraints of the episodic or chronic trauma, abuse, neglect or mental illness they experience. We believe this translates directly into a thriving community for all of us.

2010-2011 Community Report

Thanks to our strategic partners, generous supporters, volunteers and staff we provided healing mental health services to more than 7,000 children and families last year. These children and families participated in one or more of our twenty-four programs. These innovative programs are built on three core beliefs: • Ensuring children have a Healthy Start in life is the best investment our community can make

• The faster we can Heal the Hurt of childhood trauma, the more successful children will be as they grow into adults • Safety is critical to a child’s mental, emotional and physical development

We are working to position The Children’s Center as the best youth mental health services provider in the nation. From the moment children and families enter our child friendly campus, receive home-based or school-based services, our dedicated staff of therapists, clinicians and nine Board Certified Child Psychologists and Psychiatrists commit to providing the highest quality of mental health services.

Debora Matthews Chief Executive Officer

Looking ahead, we must scale our innovative programs and services to meet the growing mental health needs of children and families in Greater Detroit. This year, the number of families seeking help is even greater. Together with you, we will bridge the gap and continue to help more children and families shape their own future. Fortunately for all of us, along the way we’ll be shaping a greater Detroit.

Debora Matthews Chief Executive Officer

John Dunn President, Board of Director

John Dunn President Board of Directors

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What’s New and exciting at TCC

Crisis Care Center

The Children’s Center continues to identify innovative methods to meet the needs of the community. We recognized the escalating number of children being hospitalized due to challenges with behavioral well being needed special attention. From there, the concept of offering a crisis care center was developed. A crisis care center will provide families and children with brief crisis intervention to help ease the immediate problem they are experiencing. A Care Manager and Clinician will work with families to develop a Crisis Plan and a Safety Plan. Families will be provided information and assistance for follow-up treatment. This resource is appropriate for children and youth who can be treated outside of the hospital emergency room setting for their emotional/behavioral or mental health concerns and do not require medical attention for physical health concerns.

Centralized Scheduling

In an on-going effort to increase Agency efficiency and ensure children have access to treatment in a timely manner, we are embarking on a new process improvement initiative. What does this mean to our clients? The Children’s Center will implement a new centralized scheduling process where all appointments are managed within the new Centralized Scheduling Department. This process will allow clinicians additional time to provide

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valuable therapy directly to the parents versus managing a schedule. A consistent review of key performance indicators and collaborative documentation will also increase productivity and enhance person/family centered treatment increasing the empowerment of our clients.

Respite Care Services

The Children’s Center stands behind the belief that families and children with special needs deserve supportive services to preserve the integrity of the family whenever possible. Therefore the Family Respite Program is being enhanced to support and maintain family stability by providing short term planned respite care within a family home setting. TCC’s program is designed to supplement rather than to displace other therapeutic interventions such as individual group and family therapy. The goal is to assure the most appropriate least restrictive level of care, while preventing unnecessary often long term out-of-home placement of children.

Campus Master Plan

Creating a more dynamic and welcoming environment within our child friendly campus takes foresight, passion and dedication. The Children’s Center Leadership has been working diligently to develop a campus master plan to provide important guidelines to help drive current and future decisions regarding TCC’s physical resources, functionality and identity while helping evaluate long term capital priorities. This project is so exciting because it involves valuable input from stakeholders across the campus which includes: Leadership, Management, Staff, Clients, Children, Parents and the Board of Directors. The key focus area driving dialogues are values and priorities, functionality, image and identity as well as cost and revenues. Keep your eyes open for new and exciting enhancements on The Children’s Center’s midtown campus.


The Children’s Center is proud to offer a continuum of more than 20 programs and services on a multifaceted campus located in midtown Detroit. All services are strength-based; family focused and embodies a holistic approach toward treating children and their families. The Children Center’s mission to help children and families shape their own futures is everpresent in its menu of services. Currently, programs are divided into four program service areas:

Healthy Start – Preventive services designed to address emotional and environmental challenges having an adverse impact on families. A specialized team of clinicians work with clients prior to birth through school-aged children.

Healing the Hurt –Therapeutic services

n Parent and Child Empowerment (PACE) – A strength based program designed to assist families and children (3-6 years old) who display aggressive behavior, emotional problems or have mental health disorders. Clinicians provide counseling, play therapy, support and developmental guidance.

n Psychiatric/ Psychological Services – Psychiatric evaluations, case consultations, psychological assessments and ongoing treatment.

n Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters Project (PLAY) – An early intervention program for children (18 months6 years old) with autistic spectrum disorders and their families that provides one-on-one intervention using resources that are time intensive, integrated with school and other therapies, developmental, individualized, relationship oriented and child centered. n Special Beginnings (Infant Mental Health)/ Teenage Parenting Program – An intensive, in-home therapeutic infant mental health program for high risk children (birth-3 years old) and their families. Clinicians provide parent – infant psychotherapy, emotional support, advocacy, developmental guidance and coordination of services to foster the development of healthy attachment between infants and caregivers. Specialty support is provided to teen parents to encourage completion of education and job readiness as well as training on appropriate parenting skills.

Our Programs

offering a continuum of care for children in need of specialized treatment due to trauma, behavioral or emotional challenges. Approximately 70% of The Children’s Center clients fall within this category.

n Outpatient Behavioral Services – A therapeutic program for children and youth, 5-18 years old, experiencing mental health challenges in the home, school or community. This program utilizes evidence based practices such as the Parent Management Training, Oregon Model (PMTO) or Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy. n KIDDS/Kids with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities – An innovative outpatient treatment program for intellectually or developmentally disabled and emotionally impaired children and adolescents 2–17 years old, along with their families. The program provides comprehensive treatment to promote self sufficiency and to decrease the need for hospitalization or out of home placement.

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Our Programs

Healing the Hurt – continued

n Home-Based Treatment Program – A program for clients, 7-17 years old, and their families who need access to in-home mental health services following discharge from hospitalization or residential placement or those clients who need very intensive treatment services that cannot be provided in the general outpatient program. n Grief and Loss Counseling – Grief counseling for children and parents who have experienced death in the family or for children who may have witnessed homicide and other violent crimes. Court advocacy is a resource readily available to clients. n Sexual Abuse Counseling – A therapeutic program for children and youth, 4-17 years old, who have been victims of trauma or sexual abuse. n Adjudicated Youth Counseling (Future Directions) – A program that provides behavioral and mental health services for children and youth, ages 5–17, who have come to the attention of the juvenile justice system in Wayne County and are at risk of continued involvement in the judicial system. n Crisis Stabilization Center- provides brief, crisis intervention services to children and youth (ages 4-17).

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Safe Home – Child Welfare Services identifies a safe and loving permanent or temporary out-of-home placement for children and youth that may have been abused or neglected. This all-inclusive array of services includes preparation for independent living, life skills, therapy and skill building. n Adoption – Evaluates/screens children and prospective families using adoption statutes/rules to solidify permanent homes. This program completes the adoption process and conducts assessments of children in foster care system. n Post-Adoption Clinical Services – Provides clinical assessments and therapeutic services for children and families that have completed the adoption process. n Foster Parent/Home Licensing – Recruits and certifies appropriate foster parents. Places children and youth in licensed temporary out-of-home placements until able to return to biological parents or adopted. n Foster Parent/Caregiver Training – PRIDE (Parent Resource for Information, Development and Education) training program. Provides quality training on caring for children. n Young Adult Self-Sufficiency Program (YASS) – Facilitates independent living placement program for youth between 14-22 years old, residing in southeast Michigan. The program is supported by host families with the gradual progression toward permanent housing. n Respite Care – The provision of short-term, temporary relief to those who are caregivers.


Bridging the Gap – The following

services coordinate and link clients to valuable resources within the center or community. All clients of The Children’s Center can utilize these support services in addition to participating in specialized therapeutic programs. n Comprehensive Family support and Advocacy – (Wraparound Program) – An individualized, needs-driven program providing coordinated care to Wayne County clients 7-16 years old that involves schools, mental health providers, child welfare, juvenile justice system and other human service agencies. n After school Enrichment Services – A Collaboration that provides a safe, secure and enriching after-school support for youth including youth development, supplemental scholastic support, art, recreation and parent workshops. n Hospital and Residential Discharge Planning – Monitoring and discharge planning services for children in acute care or state psychiatric hospitals. Placement and monitoring service for children who require specialized residential treatment in facilities in the metropolitan Detroit area.

n Family Resource Centers – Support service offering coordination of community referrals and services. n Tutorial Support Services – Program offers one–on–one academic enrichment and support for students in need. Tutors primarily provide resources in Math, Reading, English and Science. n School Based Services – Community mental health services provided for students in specific Detroit Public Schools and area Charter Schools. n Donation Station/Client Boutique – A “Resource Boutique,” where clients may shop for necessities to meet their immediate family needs. The inventory for the “Closet” is restocked solely by community donors with donations of clothing, toys and nonperishable items.

n Tau Beta Center for Discovery – A multimedia resource center offering access to a state-of-the-art computer lab, arts and crafts, recreational activities, mentoring and life skills workshops. Center for Discovery is supported by the Tau Beta Association.

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PROgRAM HIgHlIgHT Adoption

The Children’s Center works diligently to identify permanent loving homes for children who have been removed from their birth families due to abuse or neglect. For a child, this means their biological parents rights have been legally terminated by court action or voluntary release, making the children available for adoption. In the past year, The Children’s Center has been successful in finding permanent families for 67 children. These children represent a cross section of children in foster care today ranging in age from infancy through seventeen years, from various ethnic groups and often having special needs, either physical or emotional.

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Fortunately, most of them were able to be adopted by relatives, or the foster families with whom they had been living. The Children’s Centers Adoption staff works tirelessly to assess the family and the child to determine a good match. A child’s safety and well-being is the greatest concern; therefore families are carefully screened to make sure that children are in the best environment for them. “It’s a journey,” states TCC Adoption Coordinator Rolecia Webb, “Many families, especially when it’s their relative, don’t understand adoption is a legal process. It is very important we work together as a team to ensure the best interest of the child.” Through the hard work and dedication of The Children’s Center Adoption team, we are proud to assist 67 children in having forever families.


PROgRAM HIgHlIgHT SYSTEMS OF CARE – sparks collaboration between The Children’s Center and Oakwood Hospital’s Center for Exceptional Families The alliance with Oakwood Hospital’s Center for Exceptional Families supports The Children Center’s goal to enhance the blueprint for integrated treatment in Michigan. The expansion of integrated healthcare services including behavioral health, is destined to have a long lasting impact on the community through the sharing of information, best practices, access to services and educational resources. The Systems of Care partnership demonstrates a set of values and principles providing a framework for systems reform on behalf of children and families. Often families interacting with multiple entities feel as though they are traveling through a maze, we believe it is our role to advocate and provide a clear roadmap to help families easily maneuver through complex systems.

TCC takes a holistic approach to the care and treatment of the families and children we serve. The blossoming Systems of Care Initiative demonstrates our commitment to improve effectiveness and integration of treatment planning and collaboration across medical health and mental health systems.

Integrated Health/ Systems of Care

Physical health has a big impact on client’s mental health and far too often the systems are not consistently collaborating or working effectively together in the best interest of the client. To demonstrate our commitment to this philosophy our dedicated staff and Leadership have participated in a collection of local and national conferences regarding integrated health care and health care reform. The Children’s Center strongly supports integrated physical and behavioral health and truly appreciate Oakwood Hospital’s Center for Exceptional Families as a community partner.

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PROgRAM HIgHlIgHT Summer Enrichment

For many children, summer is a hiatus from school learning and a time for relaxation. At The Children’s Center, summer is a time for creativity and exploration. Going on its 10th year, The Children’s Center offers its clients a summer camp program that embraces stimulating activities promoting social and emotional growth in a safe and fun environment. The summer enrichment program which runs annually from mid June through mid July is made possible by Tau Beta Association through their support of the Center for Discovery. The summer camp program strives to provide a memorable and fun experience for the children participating while promoting self esteem and pride.

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During the summer of 2011, The Children’s Center welcomed more than 30 children to summer camp. Of the many activities available, a new component was added to the program – music therapy. Music therapy is a clinical and evidence-based intervention that is designed to enhance memory, improve communication, and help participants express feelings, amongst many other benefits. Partnering with The Children’s Center, students of Michigan State University’s music program provided this innovative therapy once a week to clients. More traditional activities such as pottery, arts and crafts and dance lessons were offered to the children creating an opportunity to expand their creative minds and socialize. Continuing with The Children’s Center desire to decrease their carbon footprint, children learned about the importance of “going green.” An urban garden was planted on The Children’s Center campus in June 2011. The garden produced an assortment of vegetables that the children then used in cooking classes ultimately teaching them invaluable lessons about sustainability and self-sufficiency. Parents are anxiously awaiting the summer of 2012.


Current Operating Activities: Public Support and Revenue Capitation Revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 6,491,000 Service Grants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 895,000 State of Michigan Department of Human Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,386,000 Detroit Wayne County Community Mental Health Authority . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340,000 Detroit Public Schools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 292,000 State of Michigan Department of Community Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174,000 Fees for Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,568,000 Total Public Support and Revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 18,146,000

Financial Summary For the year ended September 30, 2011

Expenses Management and general . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,591,000 Fundraising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 295,000 Program services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,331,000 Total Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 18,217,000 Excess of Expenses Over Revenue – Current Operating Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

(71,000)

Other Revenue Special Events – net . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Private contributions and grants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Interest and investment income. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

517,000 304,000 207,000

Net Current Year Surplus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

957,000

Other Increase in endowmwent fund – net . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Increase in net assets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $

478,000 1,435,000

Programs are funded, in part, by the Detroit Wayne County Mental Health Authority through CareLink and ConsumerLink, and by the Michigan Department of Human Services.

Operating Revenue Fees for services 25%

Operating Expenses Capitation Revenue 36% Program services 84%

Fundraising 2% Detroit Public Schools 1% Detroit Wayne County Community Mental Health Agency 2% State of Michigan Department of Community Health 1%

Service grants 5%

Management and general 14%

State of Michigan Department of Human Services 30%

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The Village Of Giving The Village of Giving is a select group of individuals and businesses that have pledged their support through a multi-year gift to The Children’s Center.

Visionaries – Ensuring a Safe Home ($50,000+) Mr. Erick A. Reickert & lady Susan Reickert

Champions – Helping to Heal the Hurt ($25,000+) Mrs. Jana K. Brownell Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Buhl Mr. H. Jeffrey Dobbs & Ms. Roshann Parris Mr. & Mrs. gordon T. Ford, Jr. Mr. Daniel and Ms. Patricia Frank Mrs. Denise A. Jacob Mr. & Mrs. gregory g. Magreta Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Moroun Mrs. Karen Pulte & Mr. William J. Pulte Ms. Jean M. Wersching

Gatekeepers – Creating a Healthy Start ($5,000+) Mr. & Mrs. gus Andreason Apex Digital Solutions Dr. Cecilia J. Astorga-Switzer Ms. Nanci Ballantyne Mr. Al laHood & Dr. Marquita Bedway Ms. Barbara A. Binkley Mr. James J. Wasmuth & Ms. Carol Bosché Mr. & Mrs. Andrew R. Boschma Mr. Patrick B. Bosworth Mr. & Mrs. Doug Budden Mr. Shawn Byrnes Mr. & Mrs. Robert Chavis Mr. & Mrs. Keith Chene Mrs. linda Cobb-McClain Ms. Helen Coleman Comer Holdings, llC Jill & J. lewis Cooper, III Mr. & Mrs. Raymond DeBates, Jr. Mr. Raymond DeBates, III Dr. & Mrs. guy Doyal

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Mr. Andrew Dunn Mr. & Mrs. John J. Dunn Mr. & Mrs. David E. Duprey Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Elias Mr. & Mrs. Paul Ewing Mr. Douglas W. Ferrick Ms. Denise Fleckenstein & Mr. Dave P. Richards Mr. & Mrs. Dainforth B. French, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nabeleh & george ghareeb Ms. Stacey gray Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. grinnan Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Hanna Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Henning Mr. & Mrs. Steven Jacob Dr. Rajendra Kanneganti Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Kirchner Mr. & Mrs. Jason A. lambiris Ms. Stacy leVigne Mr. & Mrs. Mark lichterman Ms. Elizabeth l. luckenbach, Esq. Mr. & Mrs. Douglas l. Maibach Ms. Debora Matthews Ms. Nancy McClosky Ms. Derine McCrory MetroPCS Mr. Jeremy J. Modell Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel W. Morris Mr. & Mrs. Brian Peabody Ms. Renee Prewitt Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Rahaim Mr. David Reich Ms. Kimberly Reich Mr. & Mrs. Douglas A. Rich Mr. Shawn Robinson Ms. Tina M. Sanders Ms. Serena Sharer Ms. Diana Sikes Ms. Nancy l. Stermer Ms. Christy Thaxton Ms. Anne Vanker Ms. Mary Jane Vogt Ms. Cathy Walker & Mr. Rick Walker Ms. Valerie Warren Dr. Cheryl Wesen Mr. & Mrs. george Winn Mr. & Mrs. george Wrigley Mr. & Mrs. Frank K. Zinn Ms. Tammy Zonker


Our Donors

James Couzens Heritage Society The James Couzens Heritage Society recognizes individuals who have included The Children’s Center in their estate plans. Mr. & Mrs. John Hardison Allan B. levy Denise Fleckenstein Mr. & Mrs. William D. Marsh Ms. Debora Matthews Estate of Ruth R. Rothschild

Benefactors – ($50,000 + ) Tau Beta Association Detroit Auto Dealers Association Mr. & Mrs. William Clay Ford, Jr. Ford Motor Company Tau Beta Association

Advocates – ($25,000 - 49,999) CCo Communications Denso International America, Inc. Detroit Wine Organization Ford Motor Company Fund The Elizabeth, Allan and Warren Shelden Fund Siemens PlM Software

Founders – ($10,000 - 24,999) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Buhl Arts, Beats & Eats Foundation Caesar’s Windsor Detroit lions Charities Ms. Elena A. Ford Jaffe, Raitt, Heuer & Weiss Jackson-Dawson Communications lee Hecht Harrison

The following individuals have nade contributions between October 1, 2010 and September 30, 2011. We make every effort to provide accurate information. We regret any errors or omissions.

Macquarie Equipment Finance Martin & Sabrina Mayhew Microsoft Corporation Summit Polymers The Taubman Company Time, Inc. The Ralph C. Wilson Medical Research Foundation

Supporters – ($1,000 - 999) 3M general Offices Mr. William Adams Admiral Metals llC Ms. Deborah Allen American Express Mr. loring Andersen Andiamo Italia & Celebrity Showroom Mr. Philip Appel Art Van Furniture Autoliv Bank of America Foundation Barton Malow Company Foundation BASF Corporation Behavioral Health Professionals, Inc. The Jacob Best Foundation Mr. larry Blackburn Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Bowne & Co., Inc. Mallory Brincat Memorial Fund Mr. Bruce Brown Ms. Jennifer Buckley Butzel long Ms. Tammy Capone Cass Realty Mr. William R. Chapin Ms. Tiffany Cleaver Ms. Stephanie Clement Comerica Bank

Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan Continental Automotive group Mr. & Mrs. Frank Couzens, III Mr. & Mrs. Mike Delano Mr. larry Denton Ms. Dorothy Deremo Detroit Industrial School The Detroit lions, Inc. Digerati Dirksen Screw Products Co. Mr. Kevin Donley DST Industries, Inc. Mr. John Dyck Mr. & Mrs. Eric Emerton E & J gallo Winery Mr. Benjamin l. Edwards Mr. & Mrs. John J. Ferchill Fifth Third Bank Benson & Edith Ford Fund Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Forester Mr. & Mrs. Anthony A. Foust Ms. laurene Funk Mr. Javier garcia Mr. James garippa Mr. Randy gasser general Dynamic land Systems Mr. Tom giftos grosse Pointe Memorial Church Ms. Paige grosvenor Mr. larry guitar Mr. & Mrs. David l. gutierrez Mr. Eric Hardy Henry Ford Health System Mr. & Mrs. Mark High The Clarence & Jack Himmel Foundation

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Supporters continued Ms. Rita Hoekstra gilbert and Anne Hudson Fund Mr. Richard Hyrb Mr. & Mrs. Sharad P. Jain Ms. linda Jamrosy Johnson Controls Ms. Nan Jiang Mr. David Krivan Kross Family Fund lSg Insurance Partner Ms. Sheryl Maibach Mr. Aaron Maike Mr. & Mrs. William D. Marsh Mr. Robert McBean Mr. Mark McCauley Ms. Paula McClellan Ms. linda McMahan Mr. Patrick McNamara MgM grand Detroit Casino Martin M. Miller, PllC Ms. Nicole Mitchell Mr. Bill Moran Mr. Roger Ouellette Carl Victor Page Memorial Foundation Pepsico Foundation Michael & Peggy Pitt Charitable Trust PVS Chemicals Quicken loans Ralph l. and Winifred E. Polk Foundation Mr. James M. Reading Ms. Jean Reynolds Mr. & Mrs. Mark Shaevsky Mr. Michael J. Smith Schechter Wealth Strategies/ Schechter Benefits Advisors Ms. Jill Schumacher Southeastern Michigan Area Combined Federal Campaign Ms. Dolores Sturdivant The Timken Company Total Health Care

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Ms. Rita Titman Ms. linda Valka Valeo Vintage Wine Company Ms. Donna Walton Weichert Realtors/ Cass Realty Mr. Brett Wheatley Paul, Colleen, Brian & Jamie Ziegler Family Foundation

Friends ABC Student Transportation, Inc. Mr. James Adair Ms. Janisse Abrams Mr. David Adams Mr. Shawn Adams Ms. Jean-Vierre Adams Mr. Terrence E. Adderly Mr. & Mrs. Sam Agosta Airfoil Public Relations, Inc. Mr. Derek S. Albert Mrs. Tamara Albrecht-Cairns Ms. Wilhelmina Allen Ms. Nicole Aloe Mr. Peter Alter American 1 Credit Union American Express Charitable Fund Ms. Christine Anderson Ms. Christine Andrews Ms. Rene Andre Ms. Christine Andrews Mr. Todd Andrus Ms. Jen Angell Mr. Ryan Angott Mr. Paul Anker Ann Arbor Automotive Anne’s Armoires llC Anonymous Mr. Jeffrey T. Antaya Ms. Helen Arsenault Ms. Paula Arwady Arzika, llC

Ms. Stephanie Askew Autism Compass Consulting llC B Ms. Frances Babbitt Mr. & Mrs. David Backhurst Ms. Jo-Ann Bagnasco Mr. & Mrs. Bennie Bailey Mr. Reginald Bailey Mr. Jeff Baker Baldwin Capital Management Ms. Katie Balesky Mr. Daniel Balogh Mr. Steven Boron Bank of America United Way Campaign Mr. & Mrs. Bill Barr Mr. & Mrs. Josh Barron Mr. & Mrs. Dave Bartek Ms. Rachele Barnes Mr. & Mrs. Dave Bartek Mike & lisa Barton Mr. Raymond & Mrs. grace Bazmore Mr. & Mrs. James D. Beauvais Mr. John Beers, III Ms. Amy Bellinger Ms. Sharon Bellinger Mr. & Mrs. Richard Berg Mr. Dave Bergamo Mr. Petar Berishaj Ms. Sally Besonen Ms. Cheryl Beuins Mr. & Mrs. Jim Bieszki Mr. Mark J. Birnhart Ms. Bridgett Bing Ms. Yvonne Blackmond Mr. William Blaylock Rep. & Mrs. Tim Bledsoe Ms. Paris J. Blessman Ms. Patricia l. Boroniec BOSCH Mrs. Cynthia Bowen Ms. Keri Boyd

Mr. Jordan Boylan Ms. Mary Jo Boyle Mr. Michael A. Boyle Ms. Julie Braboy Ms. Cynthia Brazzil Bread of Heaven Ministries Ms. lisa Bruer Ms. Julie Brewster Ms. Mary Brewster Ms. Angela Bridgewater Mr. Alan Brockhurst Dr. Kara M. Brooklier & Mr. Michael Cummins Ms. Carol Brown Mr. Cornelius Brown Ms. Cynthia Brown Ms. Jennifer Brown Mr. Marinelli Brown Mr. Richard Brown Mrs. Theresa Brune Mr. Chris Buchanan Mr. Michael Buckley Mrs. Jennifer & Mr. Thomas Buda Ms. Susan Burns Mr. Darin Burns Ms. Julie Byrd C Ms. Ann Campbell Mr. Robert Campbell Mr. Dan Canine Ms. Veronica Calandra Mr. & Mrs. John A. Capuano Ms. Roxanne Carr Mrs. Cheryl A. Carroll Mrs. James l. Carroll Mr. Michael Carpenter Ms. laDorse D. Carter Ms. Marie Chris Castro Mr. Timothy J. Cenowa Ms. Mary Anne Chadwick Ms. Claudia Champagne Ms. Nancy Chandler Ms. Suzanne Chandler Chapin & Company


Mr. Emil Cherkasov Mr. John Clark Ms. Megan Clor ClUW Detroit Chapter Ms. Kim Ciolek Comcast Spotlight Mr. Tom Connelly Ms. Sheila Carey Connolly Mr. Phil Connor Mr. & Mrs. Joseph g. Connors Ms. Ann M. Cooper Mr. Mark Cooper Mr. Mark Cooper Ms. lynn Corker Ms. Rosemary Cotter Mr. Richard Counts Mr. & Mrs. Robert Crane Mr. & Mrs. gaylord Creedon D Daughters of the American Revolution louisa St. Clair Chapter Ms. Beth Dameron Mr. John Daniel Dr. & Mrs. Desmond J. Davies Ms. Alice Davis Mrs. Adrienne M. Davis Mrs. Marianne Davis Mrs. Phyllis Davis-Williams Ms. Mary Jo Dawson Ms. Darlene Deane Mr. Roger Dearment Ms. Cynthia Del Papa Mrs. Brian Demkowicz Mr. Brian Demoe Ms. Tina Dempsey Ms. Monica Derosier Ms. Dina Desjardins Detroittel PCS Communications llC Mr. Thomas Dick Mr. Ronald Dickerson, Jr. Ms. Robin Digia

Ms. linda DiNard Mr. & Mrs. Clifford S. Dirksen Dirksen Family Charitable gift Fund Ms. Katie Dirksen Mr. Richard g. Dirksen, III Ms. Rosemary Dirksen Ms. Susana Ditter Ms. Svetlana Djordjevic Mr. David Donoghue Mr. Daniel Donohue Ms. Blondell C. Doughty Mr Walter Douglas Ms. Rachele Downs Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Dunlap Ms. Annie Dunsky Ms. Jennifer Durda E Ms. Becky Easlick Jay & linda Eastman Ms. Myra Ebarb Ms. Madalyn M. Eberhardt ECS Partnership – McDonald’s Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Edmonson, Sr. Ms. lori Edwards Ms. Marge Edwards Ms. Cindy Eggleton Ms. lauren Eisbrenner Mr. Andrew Elms Ms. Yasmin Eloian Mr. Hans Erickson Ms. Patricia Ester Ms. Christine Euritt Mr. Melvin Evans Mr. John Ezzo F Mr. James Faircloth Dr. Haifa Fakhouri Ms. Kimberly S. Farley Ms. Petrina Farnese Mrs. Mavis Faruolo Mr. Andrew R. Feldstein

Mr. Russel Fernandes Mr. & Mrs. Jason Ferrise Ms. Sandy Fester Mrs. Rosanne & Mr. Anthony Ficaro Mr. Mark Fikany Ms. Judy W. Filipiak Ms. Maureen Finnigan Mr. & Mrs. David Fischer Ms. Mary Fischioni Mr. Bill Fisher Mr. louis Fisher Ms. laura Fishman Ms. Erin Fitzgibbon Mr. Hans Flick Mr. & Mrs. glen Flowers Mr. & Mrs. Daniel S. Follis Mr. Athanas Fontaine Ms. Shirley Fortune Ms. Mary Foucard Ms. Willette Fowler Mr. & Mrs. Douglass R. Fox Ms. Trudi Frost The Fruehauf Family Mr. Vince Fulton G Mr. Charles galvin Ms. Jeannine P. gant Ms. Edwina gardner Ms. Rachele gathers Ms. Susie gavagan Ms. Sue giannotta Mr. & Mrs. Paul giblin Ms. Freda giblin Ms. Valerie giddens Mr. Hali H. giessler Ms. Eileen gikas Mrs. William D. gilbride, Jr. Ms. Camden gill Ms. Shawn gill Mr. & Mrs. David gillespie Ms. Amber gilmore Ms. Michelle giorgio Mr. gregory gischel

Ms. Audrey gitre global Office Solutions Mr. Stephen glowacki Ms. laura gohl Ms. Judy goldsmith good Search good Works Health Inc. Mr. William going Mr. Edward C. gotfredson Mr. Daniel l. goulston Ms. Irene grabowski Mr. Steven grant Mr. Stewart graut Ms. Betty J. gray Mr. & Mrs. Bennie l. grier Ms. Tera griffin Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. griffith Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. grinnan Mr. Michael grodus Ms. lynn gross Ms. Mary gross Mr Adam gryglar Ms Trish guarino Mr. David guzzardo H Mr. Chuck Habeger Mr. Matthew Hain Ms. Denise Halliburton Mr. John Halpin Mr. Rainy Hamilton Ms. Theresa Hamilton Ms. Jennifer Harmon Ms. Donna M. Harris Ms. Carrie Harvell Ms. Heather Haskell Ms. Toni Hartke Mr. Phil Hartley Mr. Bill Hartstock Mr. William Hatz Mr. Christopher Healy Ms. Rozelle Hegeman-Dingle Mr. Emil Heinz Mr. Albert Heiter Mr. Terry Helgesen

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Friends continued Ms. Holly Helterhoff Ms. Mary Jo Hermiller Mr. Joseph Heston Ms. Frances Higbie Mr. & Mrs. Mark Higbie Mr. Peter Higbie Ms. laura Higle Mr. Frederick Hillard Ms. Stefanie Hill Mr. Aaron Hines Mr. & Mrs. Neil K. Hitz Mr. Frank Hoffman Ms. Alicia Hoge Ms. Patricia Hollowell Mrs. Barbara Holmlund-Skeie Mr. John Horvath Ms. Cheryl Horvath-Trouten Mr. Bradley Hoth Mr. Dennis Howell Mr. & Mrs. larry Hudas Mr. & Mrs. gene Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph l. Hudson, Jr. Joseph and Jennifer Hudson Parke Fund Mrs. Charles P. Huebner Ms. gail Huessner Mr. and Mrs. Ian Hunter Mr. & Mrs. Vaughn Hurst Ms. lisa Hutchings Ms. Karen Hutchinson Mr. Steve Hylant I Ms. Judith Idris Ms. Therese Iglesias Mr. Samuel Impastato Ms. Raisa Irwin Ms. Audrey Isrow Mr. Michael Ivers Mr. John Ivkov J Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Jacobs Ms. Barbara Jackson Ms. lisa Jackson

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Ms. Jelena Jamison Cribbis Mr. Paul Jaramogi Mr. Ryan Jarvis Attorney linda Johnson Mr. Mark Johnson Mr. Mark Johnston Mr. Clarence Jones Ms. Jerry B. Jones-Davis Mrs. Susan R. Joseph Mr. Mike Juchno Ms. Marlene Juchno Just give K Ms. Shirley Kaigler Ms. Dina Kakish Mr. Rvok Kalaj Mr. Mansoor Kanpurwala Seema Kapur Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Karbel Mr. Chui Karega, Esq. Mr. Dale Kaszeta-Mein Mr. & Mrs. John P. Keegan Ms. Dianne Kellett Mr. Scott Kemme Mrs. lenore Kendell Mrs. Debbie Kennedy Mr. Herbert Kentta Ms. Mariana Keros Mr. gerd Keuffel Commissioner Tim Killeen Mr. Dan Kinkead Ms. Silvia P. Kirkland Ms. Orsoyla Kiss Mr. John Klecha Mr. Joseph Klecha Mr. Jeff Klei Ms. Megan Klein Ms. Elizabeth Klos Ms. Carol Klosowski Ms. Sarah Klug Kohl’s Mr. Alex Korple Mr. leslie Koska

Mr. lee Koss Mr. David Kozik KPMg llP Ms. Mary Elizabeth Krieg CJ Krisciunas Kroger Company Community Rewards Ms. laura Krueger L Ms. lisa laBelle Mr. laCasse, Jr. Mr. Don lacey Ms. Jo Jo lagerstrom Mr. Collin lalonde Ms. Anna P. land Mr. Joseph landino Ms. Caren lapierre Mrs. Cheri laSota Ms. gillian lazar Mr. & Mrs. Michael latiff lawrence – green Fire Protection, Inc. Ms. Terra leach Mr. Christopher lee Dr. & Mrs. C. Douglas lees Mr. Todd lekander Ms. lolita leNoir Mrs. linda leonard Ms. Irene lewis Ms. Kathryn levine Ms. Marylou levy Mr. Jack liang Mr. Frank ligon Ms. Francis linzell Mr. Michael lord Mr. Mark lorenger Mr. John lossia Ms. Stacy loving M M. H. & Associates Mr. & Mrs. gary Mackey M.A.D.E. Training and Consulting, Inc. Mr. george Mager

Mr. Ryan Maibach Ms. Judy Malburg Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Maletta Mr. george Malis Ms. Judy Mallon Ms. Jill Mann Ms. Valerie Manos-geftos Mr. Steven Marciniak Mr. george Markley Mr. Ken Marshall Mr. Ron Marshall Mrs. Claire & Mr. Steve Marshall Mr. & Mrs. Michael V. Marston Mrs. Marlene Martel Ms. Mae Martin Mr. & Mrs. Steven H. Master Ms. Martha B. Mast Ms. Karen Matthews Ms. Sandra Matthews Ms. Erin Mazurek Ms. Arlene McBride Ms. Elaine McCollum Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin J. McCracken, Esq. Ms. Debra McCrystal Ms. Monika McKay-Polly McKeen Foundation Trust Ms. Cara Mclauchlin Ms. Nina Mclemore Mr. & Mrs. Tom W. McMahon Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. McMechan Dr. Michael D. McMillan, Ph.D. Ms. lynn McNamara Mr. Frank McNulty Ms. Kim McNulty Ms. Jennifer McPartlin Ms. Sharon McShane Ms. Mary Mead Mrs. Magda Medlewska Wyrwa Ms. laurie Merillat


Ms. Anne M. Mervenne Mr. Anthony Michaels Mrs. gail C. Miciuda Ms. Bobbi Miller Mrs. Jean Miller Ms. Joan Miller Mr. Kevin Miller Ms. Monica Miller Ms. Patty Miller Ms. Theresa Miller Mr. Timothy Miller Mrs. Dawn Mills Ms. Michelle Mio Ms. Elisabeth Mirer Mission Fish Mr. Deri Mitchelle Mixers That Matter Mr. & Mrs. William l. Moll Ms. Madelyn Mollison Ms. Renee K. Molnar Mrs. Christine M. Moore Mr. Michael Moore Mr. Robert A. Moore Ms. Ann Morley Ms. Cassandra Moran Mr. Richard Morris Mr. Richard Mosteller Mr. Michael Mostyn Ms. Kathleen Mullins Ms. Elaine P. Murphy Ms. Catherine Murray Ms. Barbara Muska Mr. gary Muto Mr. Rodman N. Myers, Esq. N Ms. Danielle K. Nagami Ms. gloria E. Nastas Mr. David Nathan Ms. Shauntell Neal Mr. & Mrs. Tim Neilsen Ms. Anita Nesby-Flowers Network for good Mr. Eniso Ngwenya Ms. Carlynn Nichols

Mrs. Ann & Mr. James Nicholson Ms. Doreen Nied Mr. & Mrs. Edmund M. Nolan Ms. Angela Nolte Mrs. Shelly Norman-Hill Ms. Jan Norris Ms. Crystal Northup Mr. Tom Nowland NXW, Inc. Ms. Ruby Nzoma O Mr. & Mrs. William T. O’Connor Ms. Erin O’Donnell Mr.& Mrs. Brian O’loughlin Ms. Sherry O’Neal-Taylor Mrs. genie O’Shesky Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Ogden Mr. J. Scott Orhan Mrs. Deniella Ortiz-lalain Mr. Alan Osborne Ms. Barbara Osher Mrs. Tiffany Otis-Albert P Ms. lori J. Pagoda Mr. Daniel T. Palmer Mr. David Pankotai Ms. Dena Papangelis Ms. Jennifer Parke Mr. Roy Parker Mr. Kanu Patel Mrs. Hemali Patel Mr. William R. Patterson Mrs. John Peabody Ms. Therese Peace Mr. Edgard Pedraza Mrs. Josie Pennock Ms. Julia Perkins Mr. & Mrs. John Peracchio Mr. Robert Peters Ms. Tara Peters Mr. Faiez Petros Ms. Nicole Pettibone Mr. Peter Pfaff

Mr. Michael Philbrick Mr. Robert Pierce Piper Trucking, Inc. Mr. James Polson Mr. Tom Porter & Ms. Anne Ballew Mr. Richard Portwood Ms. lydia Barnes Potter Mr. Ryan Potter Mr. Rich Power Ms. Betty J. Priskorn Pull-A-Cork R Mr. Robert Rahal Mr. Rasul Raheem Rariden Schumacher Mio Mr. & Mrs. Scott Rea Recellular, Inc. Mr. Daniel Reich Mr. & Mrs. george Reich Mrs. Irene Reich Mr. leo Remijan Mr. & Mrs. Dave P. Richards Mr. Tim Richey Ms. Sharon Riley Mrs. lil Rinke Ms. Tamika Risper-Wallace Mrs. Hillary Rivard Ms. Adrienne Robinson Ms. Celia Robinson Mr. Rick Robinson Ms. leslie Robison Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Ms. lisa Rocquemore-Ariza Mr. Daniel N. Roma Mr. lucio Romero Ms. Monica Rose Karol Rowan Mr. Kirk A. Roy Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Rubin Ruokolainen Construction llC Ms. gerri Ruffing Mr. & Mrs. Donald Runyon

Ms. lisa Russo Mr. William Russo S Sadairor Service Ms. Emmeline Sahagun Ms. Tanya Sakhleh Mr. Edward Santangelo Savon Foods Super Market Mr. & Mrs. David Schaden Mrs. John S. Scherer Mr. David Schmehl Ms. Tracy Schriver Mr. Robert Schueler Ms. Joy Schumacher Mr. Paul Schwab Ms. Adriana Seaton Ms. Michelle Harrison Sears Mr. Paul Selesky Mr. & Mrs. Robert Shapland Ms. Patty Shaw Ms. Carla Shepard Ms. Sue Shomsky Mr. Cortland Shopper Ms. Mercedes Silardi Ms. Jennie Silva Mr. Stanley Simek, Jr. Mr. Thomas Simmer Ms. Marie Siragusa Dan Sinclair-Smith Ms. Debra K. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Dean J. Sine Mr. Sam Singh Ms. Audrey E. Smith Mrs. Debra K. Smith Ms. latasha Smith Ms. Pamela J. Smith Ms. Tanya Smith Ms. Timinica T. Smith Ms. Sue Smith-Silverstein Mr. Mark Snethkamp Mr. Daniel Snyder Mrs. R. A. Speer Ms. Deborah D. Spencer Mrs. Blythe Spitsbergern

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Friends continued Mr. Daniel J. Spitz Mr. & Mrs. Elliot A. Spoon Ms. Karyn Stano Ms. Judy Staples State of Michigan Department of Corrections Mrs. Elaine Stermer Ms. Judy Stern Ms. Dawn Stokes Ms. Pamela Street Mr. Craig Strombom Mrs. Sean Sullivan Ms. Nicole Summitt Mr. & Mrs. Frank Surma Ms. Victoria Swiencicki Mr. Darrell Swift Ms. Deborah Swink T Table for Eight Detroit, llC Target Ms. Carmen Thomas Mrs. Heather Thomas Ms. Michelle Thomas Ms. Tracy Thomas Ms. leslie A. Thompson Mr. Vincent Tilford Time, Inc. Ms. April Timms Ms. grayane Toukhanian Ms. Marilyn Trent Mr. Michael Trouten Mr. Preston True Ms. Stephanie Tucker-lwanga Mr. & Mrs. Steve Tuohy Mr. & Mrs. Charles C. Turner Mr. & Mrs. William Turner Ms. Janet Tyler U Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Ulmer United Way of Salt lake University liggett School V Mr. Eugene Valentine Dr. & Mr. Brad Valka

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Ms. Tara VanConant Mr. & Mrs. James Vandewarker Mr. & Mrs. gerald B. Varani Mr. Carl Vaughn Mrs. Nithya Vijayavel Mr. Robert Visconti Mr. John Voorhorst W Mr. Mark Wagner Warner, Norcross & Judd Ms. Dorothy Wasinger Mr. Herb Von Winckelmann Mr. John Voorhorst w3r Consulting Mrs. Celia Wade Ms. lynda Wagner Mr. Brian Walkuski Mr. Noah Wallace Ms. Jessica Wayland Ms. lisa J. Weber Mr. Ronald Weidenfeller Mrs. Richard l. Weinberg Mrs. lawrence M. Weiner Ms. linda Wells Westminster Church of Detroit Mr. Don Whitford Mr. Richard Widgren Mr. Kregg Wiggins Mr. Edward Wilcox Mrs. Ann Willett Mr. & Mrs. g. Howard Willett, III Ms. Alzonia Williams Ms. Frances Williams Ms. linda Williams Ms. Oletha D. Williams Ms. Phyllis Williams Mr. Thomas Williams Ms. Cora Willis Mr. Moses Willis Ms. Deborah Windey Mr. Herbert Winter Mr. & Mrs. lawrence E. Witkowski

Mr. & Mrs. Jon Witz Mr. & Mrs. Edward Wloszek, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Wolf Ms. Ilene Wolfe Ms. Diane Wolfenden Mr. & Mrs. C. levering Wood Mrs. John T. Woodhouse, Jr. Ms. Qiana Woodson Ms. Andrea Wright Y Mr. Robert Yalda Mr. Curtis Yapchai Ms. Kim Yapchai Dr. Ernie Yoder Ms. Cynthia Yorke Ms. Maria T. Yowell Z Mr. Jarret Zablocki Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc, Kappa Rho Zeta Chapter Ms. Melanie Ziarkiewicz Ms. Taryn Zmich

In-Kind Donors 3 Dimensional Service, Inc. 96.3 WDVD-FM A Ms. Janisse Abrams Mr. Bill Adamson Mr. Fayssal Akacem Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Anna’s Uniforms Anonymous B Ms. Vickie Bach Ms. Deborah Bagby Baker College School of Nursing Ms. gayle Barr Ms. linda Bargamian Ms. Sarahbeth Barlas

Ms. Sharon Barrow Ms. Ann Baxter Ms. Cheryl Bednarz Bell of the Ball Ms. gwendolyn Binion Ms. liliana Blackson Mr. Carlos Blanding Ms. laShon Bowers R. Bradley Ms. Sydney Browne Ms. Elizabeth Bsharah Ms. Teresa Burrell-James Ms. gabrielle Bryant C Ms. Joan Carpenter Cavanaugh’s Ms. Suzanne Chandler Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation Church of Our Savior Mr. Medgar Clark Coalition of labor Union Women Mr. Karlo Colak Ms. Kathie Coleman Mr. Tony Collica Ms. grace Colter Mrs. Powell Peabody Corbett Costco Costco Store #1037 Ms. lindsay Cotton Ms. Chris Cox Mr. John Crockett Ms. lucia Cruz Mrs. Terrie Cudnohufsky D Ms. Jody Danieley Daughters of the American Revolution Mr. Art Davis DeAngelis Cantina del Vino Ms. Kate Dennis Ms. Krystal Dennis The Detroit lions, Inc. Ms. Dina Desjardins The Diane Foundation


Mr. Mark Dillon Ms. Ann Disser Ms. Ellen Doyle Ms. Becky Dudash Ms. Erica Dumas Mr. Devin DuPree E Mr. Ulysses Edmonson, II Entenmann’s Ms. Patricia Ester Ms. Ashley Ewing EW grobbel Sons, Inc. Ms. Porscha Ezell F Ms. Marie Farkas Ms. Mary Farley Ms. Doreen Fava The Ferchill group Ms. Beth Fisher Flowers by gabrielle Ford Retiree Breakfast Club Forever Yours Ms. D. Foster Ms. Ruth Foster Ms. Tricia Frazer G general Electric general Motors Corporation get It Done! Promotions and Distributions Ms. Carol giles Mr. Walter g. giles Ms. Jennifer gordon Mr. David gough Mr. Dennis graham Ms. Elizabeth griffith grosse Pointe Hockey Association Dolores guerra-Schnapp H Ms. Michelle Margaret Haggarty Ms. Kathy Hahn Hartland High School

Ms. Flo Hartmann Ms. Michelle Hartmann Mr. Karl Heid Mr. & Mrs. Phil Henke Ms. Eliza Hix Ms. Alix Hollis Honey Bee Market Hope Community Church Mrs. lynne Hopkins Mr. Ronald Horne Ms. Becky Howard Ms. Sue Hren Ms. Jennifer Hudson I International Agape Ministries International Mason and Order of Eastern Star #127 ISC Solutions Mr. Marc Iseler J Ms. Crystal Jackson Ms. lisa Jackson Mrs. Theresa Jackson Ms. Jasmine Jaggens Jeanie’s Boutique Ms. Jessica Johnson Ms. Phyllis Johnson Ms. Carmen Jones Ms. lois Jones Ms. Shalawn Jones Ms. Vera Jones K Mr. Phil Kasper Ms. Carie Kerns Ms. lisa Killingsworth Kitty Deluxe Mrs. Diane Klein Kloka Design group Konja’s Bridal The Kresge Foundation Kroger Ms. Renee Kropp Mr. Scott Kunnath

L ladies Five Dollar Club Ms. Regina lahab Ms. Dee Saunders lane Ms. Ellen larsh leadership in the New Century Mr. Andrew league Ms. Karen ledford Ms. Sydney lentz Mr. Scott leVigne Ms. Jeanne lewis Mrs. Denise liba Mr. & Mrs. Robert g. liggett Mr. Abutan lindsey M Ms. Anne Mabley MacQuarie Equipment Finance Ms. Beth Madden Ms. Anne Magreta Mr. Ben Maibach, Jr. Marcile’s Fashions Maria’s Bridal Coutoure Mario’s Market Strategies Martha Stewart living Ms. Nicole Martia Ms. Amy Marvaso Ms. Judith Matthews Ms. Jean McCally Ms. Catherine Ann McCuish Mr. & Mrs. Charles McFeely Mr. Michael Mcgrath Ms. Nicole McKeith Meadowbrook Insurance group Mrs. Mary A. Mecke Meijer Ms. April Merta-lunsford Metro Riverfront Optimist Club Milano Bakery Mimi’s Bridal Boutique Mrs. Edward C. Milligan

Ms. Dawn Mills Ms. Insaf Mohammad Ms. Elaina Monet Mr. Chris Moore N Dr. Paul Nehra Neighborhood Club Thrift Shop Northridge Church O Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Omegas Care Foundation Tau Kappa Chapter One Stop Wedding Shop, Inc. Optimist Club Mr. Timothy Orzechowski P Ms. lisa Pace Mr. Dominic Paluzzi Ms. Joan Patrick-Morris Ms. Jocelyn Paulino Ms. Paige Peabody Ms. Kristi Penman Ms. Susan Pepper Ms. Christine Perry Mr. Michael Peters Ms. lisa Peterson Dr. & Mrs. Scott Phillips PNC Bank Mr. Michael Polich Ms. Maia Porché PricewaterhouseCoopers, llP Father Stephen Pullis R Mr. Bob Rakowski Ms. Kristin Rentschler Ms. Jennifer Rincones Ms. Sherry Robinson Ms. Joyce Roebke Ms. Madeline Rosenfield Mrs. Bobbie Rosowski Mr. & Mrs. Mark Rouse

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In Kind Donations continued Mr. Tim Ruokolainen Ms. Stephanie Rush S Mr. Mike Sabetti Mr. Charles Sandison Mr. & Mrs. Marc Sangmeister Mr. and Mrs. David Schaden Mr. & Mrs. gregory T. Schaden Mr. Donald Schmaltz Mrs. Dee Schnapp Ms. Justine Schram Mr. Daniel J. Scully Ms. Marsha Sewell Ms. la’Chana Seydi Ms. Cassandra Shack Ms. Kimberly Sherer Mr. Cortland Shopper Mr. Arthur Siegal Mr. Paul Simoneau Ms. linda Sims Ms. Joy Smith Smith group, Inc. Mr. Thomas Smith Sole Sisters Detroit JoAnne Spring Ms. Shernell Stafford Mr. Patrick Stanard Ms. Elexiea Stokes Ms. Donna Stokes Ms. Tracy Stop Mr. Joe Stuban Miss Amelia Sullivan Ms. Amie Sweeney T Ms. Jennifer Taverna Ms. laddie Thames Ms. Sharon Thanopoulos Mr. Spero Theros

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Mrs. Jennifer Theuer Ms. Yolanda Tolbert Ms. Joanne Trella Ms. Anjala Trotter Ms. Yolanda Turner Mr. David Turnwald U Mr. Peter Uebelacker University Cultural Center Association University liggett School Upper Mack Cleaners V Ms. Margaret Vibbert

Honor/Memorial Tribute Donations In memory of James Bazmore, Sr. from Raymond H. Bazmore In special recognition of Amy Bellinger from Michael Ivers In honor of Carol Bosché from Irene lewis In honor of the retirement of Jan Brown from the employees at Market Strategies In honor of Camden Caires from the Carl Victor Page Memorial Foundation In honor of Barbara Detwiler from Christine Euritt In celebration of Katie Dirksen’s birthday from Suzanne Chandler

W Ms. Sharon Wacker Ms. Celia Wade Mrs. Edna Walker Ms. Mariel M. Wardell Ms. Christy Warren Ms. Ann Watkins Wayne Metro Community Action Agency The Wedding Shoppe Ms. gigi Wells Ms. Cheryl Wichmann Mrs. Denise Williams & Mr. Avery Williams Ms. ginger Willis Mr. & Mrs. Drew Witt Mrs. Angela Wohlfarth Women’s Association of the grosse Pointe Woods Presbyterian Church Wonder Bread Ms. Robin Wright

In honor of Helen Gilbride from Frances Williams

Y Ms. Pamela R. Yates

In honor of Mrs. Crystal Windham from general Motors Passenger Car Interior Studio

Z Ms. Barbara Zaltz

In celebration of Mary Heston’s Shower from the employees at Macquarie Equipment Finance In honor of Mr. James Jacob of Alex Paving from Piper Trucking, Inc. In memory of Sekar Jaganathan from Nithya Vijayavel In honor of Naima Jenning’s 6th birthday from Magda Medlewska-Wyrwa In memory of Marie Koska from Daniel Balogh and Bobbi Miller In honor of Irene Lewis and her 23+ years of service to The Children’s Center from Carol Bosché In honor of Debora Matthews from Irene lewis In memory of Jacqueline Mularoni from Robert A. Karbel In honor of Joy Schumacher from Jill Schumacher In memory of Liz Shwayder Kelly from Mary lou levy


Quality is a Priority TCC Recognized as an Outstanding Service Provider. Clients support The Children’s Center and its commitment to quality by responding with an overall 95% approval rating, far surpassing our target of 80%. The following components of service delivery were measured: • Ease of obtaining help when needed (accessing services) • Appointments beginning at the scheduled time

• Willingness to tell others to seek out services at The Children’s Center • Perception of confidentiality

• Clinicians being focused on the client’s wants and desires • The perceived “niceness” of staff members • Receiving help when asked

• Feeling better about themselves after receiving services • Feeling safe

• Sensitivity regarding cultural issues

Customer Satisfaction

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The Children’s Center

Board of Directors

2010-2011 Officers Douglas L. Maibach

Denise A. Fleckenstein

President

Vice President

John J. Dunn

Joan Patrick Morris

President Elect

Vice President

Douglas A. Rich

David Robert Reich

Immediate Past President

Jean Wersching Vice President

Bettye Arrington, Ph.D. Vice President

Ruth Zinn Vice President

Vice President

Glen W. Flowers Vice President

Elena A. Ford

Assistant Vice President

Erick Reickert

Assistant Vice President

H. Jeffrey Dobbs

Assistant Vice President

Tina V. Ford Assistant Vice President

Anthony A. Foust

Assistant Vice President

Daniel M. Frank Treasurer

Robert A. Karbel Esq. Secretary and Counsel

Charles Edmonson Assistant Secretary

Directors Marianna Bailey

David E. Duprey

Deri I. Mitchell, CPA

Marquita Bedway, Ph.D.

Lisa V. Ford

Rodman N. Myers, Esq.

Bridgett Bing

Wilhelmina Jennings Giblin

William T. O’Connor

Yvonne Blackmond

Hali Giessler

Margie Ogden

Elizabeth Luckenbach Brown, Esq.

Cynthia Gillis

Paige Dotson Peabody, Esq.

Linda H. Gillum, Ph.D.

Reneé Prewitt, APR

Joan Budden

Angela Hardison

Julius J. Readus

Lindsey Ford Buhl

Jeriel Heard

Joseph T. Scallen, Jr.

Frank Couzens III

Joseph E. Klecha

Lois Shaevsky

Katie Dirksen

Les Koska

Elliot A. Spoon, Esq.

Donald R. Dismuke, CPA

Susan Lichterman, Esq.

Christy Thaxton

Thomas C. Donohoe

Marilynn Magreta

Mary Jane Vogt

Grenáe Dudley, Ph.D.

William D. Marsh

John M. Williamson

Michael V. Marston, Esq.

Leadership Teams Debora Matthews

Dr. Cecilia Astorga

George Winn

Nabelah Ghareeb

Chief Executive Officer Chief Operating Officer

Carol Bosche’

Chief Financial Officer

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Chief Medical Officer

Chief Strategic and Administrative Officer


Join a winning team. Volunteer or join us for a Children’s Center Front and Center Tour. Tours of our campus are offered on the first and third Thursday of every month at 12:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. This one-hour tour provides a behind-the-scenes look at how we are making a difference in the community. To learn more about The Children’s Center, volunteer opportunities or schedule a tour, call 313.262.1220 or visit our website www.thechildrenscenter.com

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79 W. Alexandrine Detroit, Michigan 48201 313.831.5535 TTY/TDD: (313) 656-2587 (Near Wayne State University and Detroit Medical Center) The Children’s Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has been accredited through the National Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children, Inc. since 1986, reflecting our dedication in providing exemplary services to children and families in need.

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The Children's Center 2010-2011 Community Report