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Sharing our Stories

Annual Report 2007–2008


Wellspring promotes the recovery of persons with severe and persistent mental illness through leadership in the development of quality housing and rehabilitative services. Annually Wellspring serves over 600 clients who have a variety of psychiatric illnesses. The organization operates 18 facilities, including 2 Crisis Stabilization Units, 2 Transitional Housing programs, 3 Supported Housing programs, and 80 units of deeply subsidized rental housing.

In the 2007-2008 Year. . .

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The David J. Block Center completed its first full year of operation. This newly constructed residential facility, Wellspring’s second such center, provides a best-practices level of psychiatric crisis stabilization services to nearly 300 individuals annually, in a safe, attractive and homelike environment. The Wellspring Bridge Apartment project progressed as planned for the September ’08 opening. Located in a historic Louisville neighborhood, this energy efficient, low maintenance complex will provide attractive, affordable homes for eight adults with psychiatric disabilities. Wellspring Peer Counselor, Charlie Merrill, became the first-ever recipient of the Champion of Life in Recovery Award from Seven County Services. Charlie embodies the criteria for the award: an individual who possesses an enthusiasm for recovery, exemplifies the positive spirit of recovery, takes initiative and is proactive in their own recovery, encourages others in recovery and advocates for self and others. Charlie richly deserves this recognition for all that he has given to so many – consumers, professionals, and the myriad other members of our community whose lives he has enriched. The Housing…Hope…Recovery: Campaign for Wellspring was launched; it will raise $2.1 million to support both basic and visionary goals aimed at fulfilling Wellspring’s mission. Dedicated Steering Committee members raised over $500,000 before beginning the “Quiet Phase” of the campaign in late 2007. The James Graham Brown Foundation provided a $250,000 challenge grant to inspire donors, and Brown-Forman provided a $50,000 grant as a corporate leadership gift.

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A Message from Wellspring’s Staff

oncerns over cuts to mental health funding by Kentucky’s 2008 legislature permeated much of Wellspring’s work over the past year as we endeavored to fulfill our mission. These latest funding cuts are especially hurtful since, apart from a few exceptions, state funding for community mental health services has not been increased in 13 years. This is a chilling show of indifference to the thousands in our community who have a severe and persistent psychiatric illness, and poses a very difficult challenge to all mental health service providers. It is particularly frustrating to see Wellspring’s program support reduced when it is widely recognized that our services save money at other institutions that serve this population, from the emergency rooms, to the hospitals, to the criminal justice system. Research on supported housing for this population consistently shows its efficacy in promoting the recovery of clients, while reducing client use of expensive public institutions. Instead of cutting back due to budgetary issues, the kinds of supportive housing that Wellspring provides should be a focus for mental health funding increases. So, in the context of these frustrating conditions, what have we done, and what can we do? We can Recognize Wellspring’s Effective Services: Let us celebrate the dramatic benefits to the 233 clients served in the first year of the David Block Center for psychiatric crisis stabilization, which opened in July 2007. Of those served, 95% were able to avoid more costly psychiatric hospitalization while achieving stabilization. More impressively, this same high percentage holds true across Wellspring’s two crisis stabilization units, with 95% of the 467 total clients served returned to their homes without the need of hospitalization. Wellspring’s three highly supported housing sites, Broadway House, Concord Apartments, and Crescent House, had a combined occupancy rate of 99.5%; the 20 clients they served all had extensive histories of psychiatric hospitalization. Only one of these clients was re-hospitalized (briefly) this year. All clients were, and continue to be, active and contributing members of the broader community. We also proudly note that Wellspring’s transitional residential programs, Ardery House and Journey House, were consistently full, and that all of their program graduates achieved the housing goal of their choice. We Continued to Build with our Partners: We appreciate the involvement of all of our funding partners in the construction of the Wellspring Bridge Apartments. This project, which began in March 2008, will provide eight new high quality and energy efficient units of permanent housing for adults with mental illness. The project’s funding partners include the U.S. Dept of HUD, the Louisville Metro Department of Housing, the Kentucky Housing Corporation, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati. Each of these entities has previously helped Wellspring develop projects, and have now generously invested in the Wellspring Bridge Apartments project. We also count on their partnership for developing future quality permanent housing projects.

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We are Planning for the Future: We give thanks for the strong governance and support provided by Wellspring’s Board of Directors. The Board courageously implemented the initial phase of a strategic plan that will dramatically increase Wellspring’s scale of operations, and greatly aid in fulfilling our mission.

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We Need to Share our Stories: We increasingly recognize the need to promote and support opportunities for personal storytelling by those who have biochemical disorders of the brain. These stories need to be heard by the legislature, the media and by our fellow citizens. Mental illnesses are the last to emerge from the fear and stigma of the Middle Ages into the modern age of effective medical treatment, rehabilitation and equal disability rights. We can no longer allow our neighbors, friends and families to be shut out of the mainstream of care and treatment. Let’s all help erase the stigma of mental illness by non-judgmentally listening as others tell their stories. Wellspring’s mission of promoting recovery in the lives of those with mental illness is a calling in which we can all participate. We can all recognize what works, we can all affirm and support our partners who invest in the recovery movement, and we can join together to identify and move forward on the necessary next steps. Like any other social movement in America, the liberation of psychiatrically disabled persons from stigma and inadequate treatment into recovery and community integration will occur only after we, as a people, decide that doing so is simply an extension of basic American fairness to all. Help us keep building the social fabric of fairness until it embraces those who live with severe and persistent mental illness; we’ll all be the better for it.

Stephen C. Perkins, Executive Director

Katharine R. Dobbins, Associate Director & Director of Programs

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A Message from the Board of Directors 3. 1.

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1. Sanford L. Fleck 2. Lawrence J. Mehler 3. Jefferey M. Yussman – Vice Chair 4. Margaret Pennington – Vice Chair 5. Alan K. MacDonald – Chair 6. George Rapp, Jr. – Treasurer


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7. Robert P. Bordogna 8. Elmore “Ack” Willets, III 9. Cissy Mills 10. Melissa Routt – Secretary 11. Jackie Swigart, Ph.D. 12. Gregory E. Mayes 13. William Friel

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Christina L. Butler, M. D.

David B. Russell, CFM


ately, one can’t help reading about the challenging economic times we all face. With the failure of the state legislature to provide sufficient funding to keep mental health programming even at a budget neutral level, and with reductions from many other funding sources, it would be easy to focus on the obstacles ahead. Instead, the Wellspring Board and staff have responded creatively, actively and passionately. Our programs have been re-examined to assure that even if the level of care must be reduced, the quality of care is not compromised. We are adopting new approaches to facilities management and going “green” in every way possible. We have stepped up our activities to showcase the full range of services we offer, to prove how investing in Wellspring makes sense, not only for the benefit of those with mental illness and their families, but for the community as a whole. In July 2007, Wellspring celebrated the opening of the David J. Block Center, our newly constructed and second psychiatric crisis stabilization unit. The addition of this program enables Wellspring to significantly expand the available adult psychiatric crisis beds in our community. I write this letter shortly after the dedication of the new Wellspring Bridge Apartments near historic Old Louisville in September 2008. The culmination of a team effort over several years among Wellspring, Bridgehaven, federal, state and local housing agencies, our architect, builder and other community sponsors, the Wellspring Bridge Apartments offer eight new units of attractive, affordable housing for adults with psychiatric disabilities. Not only were the apartments designed to visually enhance the neighborhood streetscape, they incorporate a variety of “green” features for energy efficient operation. At the same ceremony, we were pleased to publicly announce a capital campaign to support Wellspring’s mission. Our specific campaign goals are described in this report. We kicked off the “Quiet Phase” of the campaign in fiscal 2008 having already raised more than $500,000 from our steering committee. At the recent dedication, we announced that over $1.5M has been raised to promote the recovery of persons with severe mental illness by providing affordable housing and rehabilitative services.

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We all recognize that many persons with severe mental illness in our community do not get adequate services. Wellspring and its Board of Directors are determined to change that by building on our proven model for providing services for mental health treatment and recovery. We extend a warm welcome to our new Board members, Bob Bordogna and Dr. Christina Butler – thanks for joining us. The entire Board is committed to helping Wellspring serve our clients well, and give them hope for rehabilitation and recovery.

Alan K. MacDonald Board Chair Robert P. Bordogna Elected to Wellspring Board of Directors At their first meeting of 2008, the Wellspring Board of Directors elected Robert P. Bordogna to the board. Mr. Bordogna is the Chairman and Senior Equity Portfolio Manager for Todd Investment Advisors, Inc. Bob holds an MBA from the Colgate Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia, and a BS from Trinity College. Bob has been an active volunteer in the Louisville community, including serving on the board of the Louisville Area Red Cross, and the national Red Cross Board of Directors, as an ex-officio member. In addition to traveling abroad with his wife, Elaine, Bob enjoys snow skiing and golfing. With nearly thirty years in the investment industry, Bob brings a wealth of knowledge and valuable skills to the Wellspring board of directors. We welcome both his experience and his deep commitment to Wellspring’s mission.

Dr. Christina Butler Joins Wellspring Board of Directors Dr. Christina Butler is the Medical Director for Emergency Psychiatric Services at the University of Louisville Hospital. In that capacity, she oversees the collaboration of clinical operations with Seven Counties Services and University Hospital, provides direct patient care, and teaches and supervises residents and students. As an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, she also enjoys her role as a teacher at the University of Louisville. Dr. Butler received her Doctor of Medicine degree in May 1998 from the University of Louisville, and has a BA in Psychology from the University of Louisville. She has active memberships in the American Medical Association, the Kentucky Medical Association and the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Butler is an active member of the LMPD Crisis Intervention Training Steering Committee, and regularly participates as a CIT trainer. With her background and current activities, Dr. Butler brings important skills and relationships that will help to further Wellspring’s work in the community.

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The Campaign for Wellspring

No matter what method works best for your personal situation, Wellspring’s Executive Director or Development Director are willing to assist you in making an appropriate and effective gift. Please call us at (502) 637-4361, ext. 11 or 12, for answers to your charitable giving questions.


ellspring’s first ever public capital campaign seeks to fulfill Wellspring’s mission through growth and consolidation. The capital campaign was an outcome of Wellspring’s 2006 Strategic Plan; it is the key to building upon the agency’s 24 years of achievement and positioning Wellspring to aggressively address our clients’ needs in the future. Five critical goals were identified, including the need to: 1. Develop a second Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) facility to address the community’s unmet need for psychiatric stabilization services in a safe, attractive and home-like setting. To meet this need, Wellspring developed the David J. Block Center, which was completed in July 2007. Projected cost: $700,000 2. Renovate and refurbish Wellspring’s existing 17 facilities to assure the safe, attractive and home-like environment that best promotes the recovery of our clients. Inasmuch as Wellspring’s first facility was secured in 1982, a number of our facilities have unfunded renovation and refurbishment that must be addressed. A time-phased, prioritized list of these needs was developed to guide us throughout the process. Projected Cost: $400,000 3. Create a Housing Development Seed Fund to support the development of 60 units of safe, decent and affordable housing for adults with mental illness. This fund will allow Wellspring to compete for funding that would not otherwise come to this community. For less than $7,000 per new unit, the Housing Development Seed Fund will allow Wellspring to double our permanent housing stock. Projected Cost: $400,000 4. Fund a Facilities Preservation Endowment to ensure the conservation of Wellspring’s housing sites, ensure that Wellspring’s facilities continue to meet the needs of our clients, and that Wellspring’s presence in our community enhances the neighborhoods in which we are located. Projected Cost: $200,000 5. E  stablish a functional Wellspring Administrative Center to achieve organizational effectiveness and efficiency. This Center will enhance ongoing operations, meet staff development and training needs, and allow Wellspring to better support the needs of our clients and their families. Projected Cost: $400,000

Over the past year, the Wellspring Board of Directors worked determinedly to meet the campaign’s goals. Campaign consultants were engaged to guide us through the process. A Campaign Steering Committee was formed, comprised of all Wellspring board members and key community volunteers. Together, this committed group contributed over $500,000 toward the campaign, before launching the “quiet phase” of the project in November, 2007. The early response to this campaign has been enthusiastic. Donors have given confidently, knowing that the agency is an accountable, local, community-based organization meeting a crying human need in an efficient and progressive fashion. The James Graham Brown Foundation awarded Wellspring a grant which will match campaign gifts dollar-for-dollar up to $250,000! And, Brown-Forman provided a corporate community leadership gift of $50,000. The culmination of the Housing... Hope... Recovery: Campaign for Wellspring efforts over the past year will be evidenced by the time this report is distributed. The Campaign went “public” in September 2008, in conjunction with the dedication of the Wellspring Bridge Apartments. Located in a

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historic Louisville area, this new site offers eight units of attractive, affordable housing for adults with psychiatric disabilities. This energy efficient building’s design features enhance the streetscape, and carefully selected exterior materials ensure compatibility with existing homes in the neighborhood. We have already raised over $1.5 million toward our $2.1 million goal, but we know that completing the campaign will present many challenges. But Wellspring’s proven model of providing quality community-based supportive housing offers compelling evidence for increasing our programming, and through it, to save lives, support families, and improve our community. To those ends, Wellspring is committed to completing this most important undertaking, and to celebrate its success by the conclusion of 2009.

Ways to Give to Wellspring

A broad range of giving options allows donors to achieve their personal financial goals and support the important work of Wellspring. Gifts of any size are appreciated – every gift makes a difference! Annual Fund Campaign A year-round fundraising effort, this campaign helps sustain Wellspring’s programs and facilities by covering costs not met by grants and contracts. Endowments Endowment gifts help assure the stability of Wellspring’s future. The income from endowment investments can help support special program needs and cover extraordinary facility expenses, while the base of the gift continues to grow. Gifts Of Appreciated Assets By donating appreciated assets rather than cash, donors can receive the same tax deduction, but avoid capital gains and transfer fees. Stocks, bonds, real estate, and other such assets make excellent gifts to Wellspring, especially if they have increased in value since acquired. The current market value may be used as a tax deduction without incurring capital gains. Life Insurance Policies Significant tax savings can be realized by naming Wellspring as owner and beneficiary of a life insurance policy. The value of the policy and annual premium payments may be tax deductible. Planned Giving Donors can make revocable or irrevocable planned gifts to Wellspring and receive immediate recognition of their gifts. Options to consider include: • Naming Wellspring as a beneficiary in your will. • Designating Wellspring as a beneficiary of a trust. • E stablishing a Charitable Trust with Wellspring as a beneficiary. • Identifying Wellspring as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. Matching Gifts Many employers offer a matching gifts program that extends the value of their employees’ generosity. Check to see if your employer will help you help Wellspring in this way!

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Our Service Values Assure:

Recovery-Oriented Programming … which recognizes that individuals with severe and persistent mental illness have the capacity to lead satisfying, contributing and meaningful lives, and that the potential for recovery is optimized when stable housing is combined with a flexible individualized support system. Client-Centered, Individualized Care … which appreciates that all people have their own unique talents, skills and preferences, and respects and actively supports each person’s right to identify and pursue their own chosen goals. A Multi-Disciplinary Approach … which assures person-centered programming by including social workers, art therapists, psychiatrists, psychiatric rehabilitation counselors and peer support counselors, and recognizes that staff without professional degrees bring value to the team and contribute toward our clients’ recovery.

Our Housing Values Include:

Community Integration … through housing located in areas accessible to public transportation, and to the comprehensive support services that contribute to our residents’ recovery and include a low-density housing approach to promote community inclusiveness. Quality Construction & Maintenance … through comprehensive planning and consistent management of Wellspring’s well-constructed, high-quality residential properties, and assure efficient and consistent property maintenance, which furthers our capacity for care. Neighborhood Enhancement … through housing that complements existing neighborhood housing and serves to increase property values, and earned Wellspring an award from the Jefferson County Office of Historic Preservation.

Our Community Values Require:

Accountability through … a commitment to excellence in financial management, program practices and outcomes, business and employment practices and housing maintenance, and providing quality services that have garnered Wellspring an “exemplary” rating from the Kentucky Department of Mental Health. Wellspring has also been cited as a model program in national reviews of residential service providers. Collaboration with … the Louisville Homeless Coalition, the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, the Kentucky Mental Health Coalition, New Directions Housing Corporation, Seven Counties Services, Bridgehaven and NAMI-Louisville, and we are proud to be a participating member of the Metro United Way, and a Seven Counties Services affiliate agency. Leadership by … a volunteer Board of Directors comprised of community leaders, mental health professionals and concerned family members. In addition to their deep commitment to the agency, Wellspring’s board members offer strong leadership, provide needed skills, and contribute resources that help the agency fulfill its mission.

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Guide to Services Wellspring’s Mission

To promote the recovery of persons with mental illness through leadership in the development of quality housing and rehabilitation services.

History and Growth

Since our founding in 1982, Wellspring has worked to improve the lives of individuals with mental illness in our community. From Ardery House, our flagship site where Wellspring began providing Transitional Housing, Wellspring moved on to develop Supported Housing and Independent Housing. In 1995, Wellspring opened Kentucky’s first Crisis Stabilization Unit, the Gaines Center, and a second CSU, the David J. Block Center in 2007. These diverse sites offer a variety of supported housing options designed to provide a best-practices approach for the recovery of our clients. In addition to our services in Jefferson County, Wellspring has expanded into Shelby County by establishing a site in Shelbyville. As a result of these unflagging efforts, Wellspring has been recognized as Kentucky’s lead provider of such services, and we are the only such provider in this region.

Service Fees

Costs for Wellspring’s programs and housing rentals vary according to site. However, all charges are based on a sliding fee scale.


All of Wellspring’s work is based on the belief that when individuals with mental illness have the stability and dignity of housing, the work of psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery can begin. Recovery from psychiatric illness does not mean finding a cure; rather, it means developing a satisfying, hopeful and contributing life despite the presence of mental illness. Recovery is a unique process for each person. To most effectively promote recovery from mental illness, the community must respond with an array of options to meet individual clients’ needs and preferences.


All client services are overseen by Wellspring’s Associate Director & Director of Programs, Katherine R. Dobbins, MSSW, LCSW. Wellspring operates with a staff of nearly 100 professionals and paraprofessionals, who serve over 600 clients in Jefferson and Shelby counties annually.

Services Array

The agency operates two crisis stabilization units, two transitional housing programs, three highly supported permanent housing programs, and 80 units of deeply subsidized rental housing, including supported apartments, independent apartments, and singlefamily homes.

Program Development

Wellspring is a multi-faceted agency. In addition to providing program and housing services, Wellspring performs all phases of housing development, including: planning, site location, arranging financing, and construction contracting. We take great pride in developing safe, attractive and affordable housing that supports our residents’ recovery and improves our neighborhoods. Wellspring’s staff is continuously trained in the recognized best-practice methods in the field of mental illness. Training staff to work with clients who have cooccurring mental illness and substance use disorders is particularly emphasized, since a large percentage of our clients are diagnosed with both illnesses.

Crisis Stabilization Services

The goal of our Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) programming is to assist patients experiencing an acute phase of their mental illness to achieve psychiatric stabilization and avoid hospitalization. Wellspring’s 2 CSU program sites, the Gaines Center CSU and the David J. Block Center, provide a total of 16 crisis stabilization beds. This program serves patients who are experiencing acute symptoms of mental illness, such as severe depression, mania, or symptoms of psychosis. This is the only Wellspring program that does not require a severe and persistent mental illness diagnosis to be eligible for services. While at the CSU, patients receive intensive treatment, close monitoring with high levels of staff support, and medications prescribed by a psychiatrist. Multi-disciplinary Staff includes: • Full-time Psychiatrist • 7 Psychiatric Rehabilitation Counselors • Expressive Therapists • 24-hour staff double coverage • Peer Support staff Wellspring has developed a centralized referral and admission process for the CSU Program. Referrals for both sites can be made by calling (502) 561-1072.

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Outcomes for FY 2008 Gaines Center CSU and David J. Block Center CSU

• 467 clients served • 95% (435) clients were treated without the need for hospitalization • 78% experienced a significant decrease in psychiatric symptoms between time of admission and discharge • 67% were diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness • 86% of clients experienced a reduction in symptoms of depression

Ardery House

• 23 residents served • 100% of graduates moved into housing of their choice • 89% of graduates experienced a statistically significant decrease in psychiatric symptoms

Journey House

• 14 homeless women served • 100% of graduates experienced a statistically significant decrease in psychiatric symptoms • 100% of graduates were sober with an average of 18 months of sobriety • 100% of graduates went to housing of their choice

Supported Housing

• 19 residents served • On average, there was a 95% reduction in days of psychiatric hospitalization compared to the year before entering these programs. • 100% of the clients at Broadway, Concord and Crescent House are involved in communitybased activities; several clients are employed on a part-time basis

Gaines Center CSU Referrals can be made by calling (502) 561-1072. The Gaines Center Crisis Stabilization Unit, which opened in 1995, was Kentucky’s first residential, community-based crisis unit. Until Wellspring opened the David J. Block Center, it remained as this region’s only such program. In 2005, the Gaines Center CSU received the Mental Health Association of Kentucky’s prestigious Philip P. Ardery Award, honoring ten years of urgent, ongoing psychiatric care and treatment in a community setting. The 8-bed Gaines Center CSU houses men and women in a homelike setting situated at the edge of downtown Louisville. Admissions are accepted seven days a week. The average length of stay is 9.5 days. Gaines Center CSU Staff Thomas P. Rhodes, LCSW Clinical Supervisor Montae Kaufman Program Manager Ryan Schafer Program Coordinator Michael Markham, MEd Mental Health Clinician Carol A. Miles, MEd, ATR Expressive Therapist C. Michael Houk, MD Medical Director/Psychiatrist

Independent Housing

• 80 adults and their children, including several families, served • 97% occupancy was maintained over the course of the year • 3% of exiting clients moved on to permanent housing of their choice, after living more than a year in Wellspring housing living solutions for mental health recover y

David J. Block Center CSU Referrals can be made by calling (502) 561-1072. The David J. Block Center provides eight crisis stabilization beds. When it opened in 2007, this site doubled Wellspring’s previous capacity. The David J. Block Center is situated in downtown Louisville, and serves both men and women. Admissions are accepted seven days a week. The average length of stay is 9.5 days. David J. Block Center CSU Staff Amy Hill, LCSW Clinical Supervisor Darryl Harris, BSW Program Coordinator Enrica Macklin, BA Assistant Program Coordinator Heather Marcus, MSSW, CSW Mental Health Clinician Jessica Shires, CSW Mental Health Clinician Valerie C. McCarthy, ATR-BC Expressive Therapist C. Michael Houk, MD Medical Director/Psychiatrist

Transitional Housing Ardery House Telephone: (502) 637-4361 x19 Fax: (502) 637-4490 Wellspring’s first site, Ardery House, named in honor of our founding board chair, Philip P. Ardery, opened in 1982. This program assists individuals who are leaving the hospital and/or experiencing homelessness achieve independent living. While all participants have a diagnosis of mental

illness, nearly half also have a cooccurring substance abuse disorder. The 13-bed Ardery House provides men and women with room, board, life-skills training, recreational activities, case management, and individual and group therapy. Residents had an elevenmonth average stay in FY’08.

it can accommodate 8 residents. Staff is extensively trained in both mental illness and substance abuse treatment. The program provides intensive support to the women as they struggle with the issues of recovery from both illnesses. The average length of stay is nine months for graduates.

Ardery House Staff Beth Schweichler, LCSW Clinical Supervisor Ericha Blakeman, BA Program Coordinator Jennifer Bash, CSW Social Worker Karen S. Head, MD Consulting Psychiatrist

Journey House Staff Cutia W. Brown, LCSW Clinical Supervisor Kathy Kelton, BS Program Coordinator Ya-Hsin Hsiao, MEd, LPCC Mental Health Clinician

Journey House Telephone: (502) 561-0003 Fax: (502) 561-9086

Wellspring operates 3 supported housing programs, which enable participants with extensive histories of psychiatric hospitalization live successfully in the community. There is no limit on the length of time a resident may live in these houses. Broadway House, which opened in 1986, is located in the Phoenix Hill neighborhood. It is home to 8 men who live in a congregate environment. Concord Apartments, in the Hikes Point area, opened in 1987 and provides housing for 8 women in four twobedroom apartments. Crescent House is the latest addition to Wellspring’s supported housing program; this single-family home for three men recently celebrated its fifth anniversary. Staff complement includes: • Master’s level clinical social workers • Consulting psychiatrist • Residential staff coverage (variable, according to clients’ needs) • 24-hour on-call clinical staff

Fifty percent of individuals with severe mental illness are dually diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder. As a result, they have increased symptoms of mental illness, more frequent relapses, less treatment follow-through, more homelessness and victimization, more involvement with the courts and jails, and revolving-door hospitalizations. Wellspring opened Journey House in 1998 to better meet the needs of Louisville’s dually diagnosed, homeless women, who were falling through the cracks of a service system ill-prepared to simultaneously treat these illnesses. Most of these women have also been victims of violence, and have experienced multiple failures in treatment and independent living prior to coming to Journey House. Journey House is the first residential program in Kentucky specifically designed to serve this population;

Supported Housing

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Concord Apartments Staff Telephone: (502) 499-2278 Fax: (502) 499-2278 Cresant Smith, LCSW, CPRP Clinical Supervisor Vicky Nallia Program Coordinator Broadway House Staff Telephone:(502) 589-3432 Cresant Smith, LCSW, CPRP Clinical Supervisor Jerry Booth, BS Program Coordinator Crescent House Staff Telephone: (502)897-6993 Fax: (502)897-6993 Trudy North-Wollak, LCSW Clinical Supervisor Anne Alexandra, MDiv Program Coordinator

Independent Housing Wellspring provides 80 units of deeply subsidized rental housing for persons with severe and persistent mental illnesses. The program’s tenants have very limited incomes; many would be homeless or live in substandard housing without this resource. This housing is coupled with appropriate support services from Wellspring and Seven Counties Services, providing tenants a permanent home base for their journey of recovery. Open-ended leases and housing which varies in type and location allow consumers to choose the best fit for their needs. While most of Wellspring’s housing is spread geographically throughout Jefferson County, the agency also has one four-unit residence located in Shelby County, in the Shelbyville area. In 2007, Wellspring initiated a leased-housing initiative which provides supportive services specifically for 10 residents with mental illness who have been chronically homeless.

Patrick Henry Apartments 8 units in southern Jefferson County, 1992 Amity Apartments 12 units in west Louisville, 1989

Clover Hill Apartments 8 units in Shively, 1993

Youngland Apartments 5 units in Shively, 1995

Shelbyville Apartments 4 units in Shelby County, 1999

Murray Avenue Apartments 4 units in the Highlands neighborhood, 2002 Baxter Avenue Apartments 4 units in the Phoenix Hill neighborhood, 2004 Single-family housing 3 single-family homes near downtown Louisville (1989-2002)

Wellspring Apartments 12 units in Old Louisville, 1987

Supported Independent Living Apartments 2 units in Louisville

Independent Housing Staff Eric Cecil, BA Case Manager Lauren Richards, BA Case Manager

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Statement of Activity Year Ended June 30, 2008 Revenue Rounded Federal, State & Local Government Grants 45% $1,650,000 Capital Campaign 28% $1,052,000 Contributions 9% $344,000 Apartment Rentals 8% $293,000 Medicaid 6% $220,000 Metro United Way 3% $113,000 Other Revenues 1% $13,000 Total Revenue 100% $3,685,000 Expenses Client Services and Supported Housing 80% $2,572,000 Management and General 10% $319,000 Capital Campaign 5% $166,000 Other Fundraising 5% $149,000 Total Expenses (Includes $136,000 deprecation) 100% $3,206,000 Current Year Increase in Net Assets $479,000

Statement of Financial Position June 30, 2008

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Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents Grants and Accounts Receivable Endowments Other Assets Property and Equipment, Net

Rounded $218,000 $1,121,000 $339,000 $301,000 $2,505,000

Total Assets


Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities Accounts Payable Accrued Expenses Other Current Liabilities Mortgage Notes Payable

$30,000 $197,000 $4,000 $944,000

Total Liabilities


Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted

$1,929,000 $1,041,000 $339,000

Total Net Assets


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ne of Ardery House’s first residents, Steve exemplifies the success of Wellspring’s programming. For Steve, the combination of stable housing and supportive services “completely turned my illness around,” he says. Now living successfully at Broadway House, Steve recalls that learning to set realistic goals and conscientiously follow through with them helped him learn to manage his illness. He also found that the peer support services were especially important in helping him get back into the community. “Continuing my work has helped me learn a lot of patience, and has given me a lot of satisfaction.” Steve reflects on how Wellspring helped him learn how to recognize the symptoms of his mental illness and deal with them responsibly, and what a difference that made in his life. “I had a choice for mental health… and I chose Wellspring.” 


ichard credits his long history with Wellspring for his success in living with his mental illness. He has faced a long line of challenges over the course of his lifetime, but with Wellspring’s support he has persevered. “I’m just lucky to be here.” he says, having struggled through two bouts of cancer and hip replacement surgery. He adds, “Going through all that, Wellspring became my family.” After 14 years of living “with the guys” at Wellspring’s Broadway House, Richard moved into his own apartment and has enjoyed having his own place for 7 years now. Even with a broken ankle that makes navigating the steps a real challenge, Richard still gets up and goes out every day. He says that’s an important thing for him; having something to do, and somewhere to go, no matter what. “People have been surprised that I’ve held up under all this,” says Richard. “It wasn’t easy, but Wellspring saved my life, and I’m not going to give up on it now!” 


t was the Art Therapy Program at the CSU that helped me blossom,” says Lynn with a glow on her face. “It offered a way to express myself constructively, and boosted my self-esteem tremendously,” she added. Lynn has a long history of hospital stays and Crisis Stabilization Unit visits, a period of time at Wellspring’s Ardery House and years of supported living at Concord House. “They saved my life,” she says, “and now I live on my own, and I’m pursuing my art.” Lynn has exhibited through several private art shows, and her work was included in an event at the LVAA. She has also become active in consumer advocacy work; she recently made a presentation to the Metro Council. In her spare time Lynn authored her story of recovery and is working on getting it published. “It feels good, not needing Wellspring in my life on a daily basis now – but I know that the CSU is there any time I need it, and that really means a lot to my peace of mind.”

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nn says life at Concord House means “there’s always someone there for you! I never thought I’d have my own apartment. But now, besides an apartment, I have a great roommate, my own checking account, and I’m my own payee, which means I’ve taken on a lot of responsibility!” Ann lived with her elderly father until, after an episode that required hospitalization, the doctor told her about Wellspring. Ann came to Ardery House and saw that with the support she received from Wellspring she could make it on her own. “Now it’s like I’m part of a sisterhood. At our apartments, we’re all friends and we all help one another out. And,” she adds with a giggle, “they call me the chatterbox!” 


say, I’m a survivor!” Tanya exclaims. After years of battling addictions to alcohol and gambling, in addition to her mental illness, she finally made her way to Wellspring’s Journey House. “Even though it took two tries, it was the Journey House program that worked for me,” she shares. “They stuck with me, and I stuck with them – and that’s what pulled me through.” After 5 years of living in a Wellspring apartment, she now has the most seniority of any of the apartment complex’s residents. Tanya says she enjoys the camaraderie and the security that comes with knowing everyone around her. Now a Wellspring employee, Tanya is glad to have the chance to help others by her example. Tanya adds, “When others know that you can do it, and put their trust in you to do it – then your goal is met!” 


ooking back on her journey of recovery, Donna recounts periods of estrangement from her family, frustrating attempts at self-medication and numerous hospitalizations, and adds “I’d all but given up hope – but then I found Wellspring!” After a stay at Ardery House, Donna found a home at Journey House. “It took twenty-one months of work, and that’s the longest anyone’s ever been at Journey House,” she reflects. “But they helped me learn the skills and coping mechanisms to do the plan – and it’s paid off so well, I don’t ever want that other life back again!” Donna proudly points to her achievements. “I’ve had my own apartment for two years, and I’m my own payee now!” She loves decorating her apartment, shopping, and spending time with her family. “It means so much to be welcomed back into their lives!” Donna says, through a beaming smile. “Now I have two new goals – I want to find a job and get a car so I can see my children even more often!”

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Legacy Society (Wellspring honors donors who have informed us of future gifts.) Ethel H. O’Brien Designated Fund Cornelia Serpell Melissa Routt

Donors Wellspring thanks each of the thoughtful individuals, groups, foundations, and corporations who generously supported our work through donations, sponsorships and grants from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008. Every effort has been made to ensure listing accuracy. We sincerely apologize for any errors or omissions. We would appreciate hearing from our readers with any corrections. Please contact the Development Office at (502) 637-4361, x 12.

Chairman’s Foundation (Gifts $1,000 and over) Mr. & Mrs. William Abel Dr. Sarah Acland Mr. William O. Alden, III Mr. & Mrs. Philip P. Ardery Mr. Rick Barney Focal Point Mr. & Mrs. Donald MacLean Bell The MacLean Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Bordogna Mr. Barret Brown Ms. Meredith Wilson Brown Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Cecil, III Mr. & Mrs. Philip Clements Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Coomes Dr. & Mrs. Charles E. Dobbs Mr. George Fabe Fifth Third Bank Ms. Jean W. Frazier Mr. Leo J. Govoni The Center for Special Needs Trust Administration, Inc. Ms. Mary Louise Graff Mr. James R. Jenkins Veredus Asset Management Ms. Deedee Jones Mr. & Mrs. Alan K. MacDonald Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence J. Mehler Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Mills Dr. & Mrs. Alexander H. Moore Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Nixon Ethel H. O’Brien Designated Fund Mr. Mitchell Palmer Zoeller Company Dr. & Mrs. Gary E. Pennington Dr. & Mrs. Norman D. Radtke Mr. George W. Rapp, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Ted Routt Morton & Kathleen Hart Sachs The Sachs Company Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Sales Drs. Richard & Jackie Swigart Ms. Alice Tasman Ms. Joan H. Todd Ms. Susan Tolliver & Mr. Robin Edwardsen Mr. & Mrs. Elmore “Ack” Willets, III Mr. & Mrs. Jefferey M. Yussman Leadership Circle (Gifts $500-$999) Mrs. Edith S. Bingham Ms. Lauren Carlisle Mr. James Carpenter Mr. & Mrs. Charles Clark Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Diebold Mr. & Mrs. John H. Falvey Rev. and Mrs. Mark R. Feather GE Foundation Matching Gifts Program Mr. & Mrs. Arthur L. Gleason, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Gootee Mr. & Mrs. Edward Sloane Graff, III Mrs. Jean Perkins Greenwood

Mr. Francis C. Hagan Dr. Lounette Humphrey Mr. & Mrs. Stuart P. Jay Dr. Hunt B. Jones Mr. Chuck Kaplan Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Kulp, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. Lerman Arthur J. Lerman Charitable Foundation, Inc. Dr. Laura S. Moore Ms. Doris J. Nelson, LCSW Mr. Tom O’Neal Mr. & Mrs. John C. Oxley The Oxley Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Sheldon M. Rein Dr. & Mrs. Richard D. Rink Mr. & Mrs. James M. Roberts Mr. David B. Tachau & Ms. Susannah Woodcock The Woodcock Tachau Charitable Fund Ms. Judy Wells Mr. Paul Wessel Sponsors (Gifts $200-$499) Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Ardery Aetna Foundation Inc. Ms. Jenny Stone Banks LMFT, LCSW Mr. Dave Berkemeier Occupational Health Solutions Mr. William Bishop & Ms. Julia Ardery Mr. Neville Blakemore Jr. & Ms. Gray Henry Dr. & Mrs. C. William Briscoe Ms. Kim Brohm ARCO Aluminum Ms. Deborah M. Entwistle Mr. & Mrs. David E. Ferguson Mr. & Mrs. John A. Hamilton Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Hazlett Mr. & Mrs. David G. Laird Ms. Diane M. Laughlin & Mr. Charles Russell Neill Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth E. Loomis Mr. Lynn & Ms. Crit Luallen Ms. Janet R. McGriff Ms. Susan T. Nichols The Hon. & Mrs. James C. Nicholson Ms. Shelly Oates Mr. & Mrs. Mark O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. Ray Pryor Mr. Andrew C. Rapp Mr. Ed Seigenfeld & Sharon Sparrow Mr. John S. Speed Ms. Joan H. Todd Ms. Jean M. Waggett Mrs. Louise R. Wall Dr. John C. Wright, II Sustainer (Gifts $100-$199) Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Albright Mr. & Mrs. Philip P. Ardery, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Allan S. Atherton Mr. & Mrs. Chellis R. Austin Mr. & Mrs. Timothy J. Barry Rev. & Mrs. Harlan Beckemeyer Ms. Marilyn J. Bernard Mr. & Mrs. R. Bruce Besten, II Ms. Patrice H. Blanchard

Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Block Dr. & Mrs. McHenry Brewer Mr. Charles A. Bringardner, Sr. Dr. Patricia P. Brodie Mr. & Mrs. Randolph A. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Mark L. Brown State Rep. Thomas J. Burch, Sr. Ms. Sandra Lee Burkhead Dr. Christina Butler University Hospital-EPS Ms. Kathryn Cappy Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Carrithers Dr. & Mrs. David Allen Casey Mr. & Mrs. Martin A. Casper Mr. & Mrs. William F. Chandler, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Chessler Chevron Employees “People Making a Difference” Campaign Ms. Mary Bruce Cobb Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Coomer Ms. Gretchen S. Cowen Ms. Karen Dahlem Mr. Peter E. Davey Dr. Mary Helen Davis & Dr. Alvin W. Martin Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Dennis The Hon. Deborah DeWeese Ms. M. Jean Deye Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Dicken Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Disney, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David Doering Dr. George F. Doyle Mr. & Mrs. David S. Easterling Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. Eigel Mr. & Mrs. Albert Entwistle Ms. Judith P. Erler Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Foster Ms. Nancy Gayle Gamboa Mr. & Dr. Lee K. Garlove Mr. & Mrs. Mark Goeing Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Goetz Mr. & Mrs. Stuart S. Goldberg Ms. Mary Louise Gorman Mr. & Mrs. Craig D. Grant Mr. & Mrs. Orbin Greene Ms. Andrea Grigsby Mr. & Mrs. N. O. Grohmann Mr. & Mrs. James Grubbs Mr. & Mrs. Newman Guthrie Mr. & Mrs. W. Frank Harshaw Mr. & Mrs. James R. Hendon, Jr. Dr. Mary Ann C. Henry Ms. Cathy Hinko Mrs. Irma M. Hirsch Ms. Jane H. Hope Mr. & Mrs. James R. Hopkins Ms. Susan Howe Specialty Retail Concepts, Inc. Mrs. Katherine E. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. S. Paul Jones, III Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Kaukas Mr. & Mrs. Daniel N. Klinck Dr. & Mrs. Donald R. Kmetz Dr. & Mrs. Clifford C. Kuhn Dr. & Mrs. J. Gregory Kuhns The Rev. Canon Lucinda Laird St. Matthews Episcopal Church Dr. & Mrs. A. Gary Lavin Ms. Lisa Patrick Leet Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Logsdon

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Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Long Ms. Sheryl A. Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Maamry Mr. Douglas M. Magee & Ms. Anne Marie Regan Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Manning Mr. & Mrs. James C. Martin Mr. & Mrs. William M. McKinney, Jr. Ms. Jane Bell McKune Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. McShane Mr. Charles D. Merrill Mr. & Mrs. Milton W. Metz Mr. & Mrs. Rudy Miller Mr. & Mrs. Hume Morris Mrs. Carolyn J. Neustadt Mr. & Mrs. Delmar Newman Mr. & Mrs. John C. Oxley Fawn Leap Farm Mr. & Mrs. S. W. Palmer-Ball Mr. & Mrs. Michael Payne Ms. Jenny B. Peterson Mr. & Mrs. Gunars Potapous Mr. & Mrs. Bill Pullen Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Radford Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Richey Dr. & Mrs. George Robertson Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Rodgers Ms. Mary Janette J. Rogers Dr. & Mrs. John F. Rose Ms. Mary S. Sachs Mr. Fraser G. Schaufele, Jr. Ms. Grace Schneider Ms. Judy Schultze Ms. Sheila A. Schuster, PhD. Kentucky Society of Psychologists Mr. & Mrs. Robert Schutz Mr. Bruce W. Scott Ms. Ellen H. Shapira Mr. & Mrs. Alan Shrebtienko Mr. & Mrs. J. T. Sims Mrs. Barbara Sinai Ms. Adelyn D. Spalding Mr. & Mrs. Keith Spears, Jr. Ms. Catherine S. Speiden Mr. & Mrs. John Spickard Mr. Aidan M. Stone & Mrs. Barbara Bates Stone Mr. & Mrs. Rhoden C. Streeter Dr. & Mrs. James L. Sublett Dr. Frank J. Swartz Dr. & Mrs. Richard Sweet Tachau Meek, PLC Ms. Bonnie Taylor Mr. David Todd & Ms. Shellie E. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Tracy Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Welsh Ms. Gerry Whitson Mr. Alan K. Whitworth & Ms. Mary F. Wilson Mr. & Mrs. T. Hunter Wilson Mr. & Mrs. David Winkler Dr. & Mrs. Richard S. Wolf Mr. Robert B. Wrege Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Wright Mr. & Mrs. Robert Yankovich In-Kind Donors Mr. & Mrs. R.L. Abell Actors Theatre of Louisville Ms. Dru Adams

Aesthetics in Jewelry Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Ken Armstrong Artemisia Avalon Baptist East/Milestone Wellness Center Mr. Gary Beham Ms. Fran Berg Mr. R. Bruce Besten Ms. Becky Biesel Ms. Donna Bouby Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Boyd Bravo Cucina Italiana Chris Brawner Ms. Diane Brodbeck The Brown Hotel Ms. Meredith Brown Brown-Forman Burdorf’s Furnishings Ms. Lauren Carlisle Celtic Centre Mr. Greg Chapman Clay & Cotton Commonwealth Foot & Ankle Complements Mr. Paul J. Constante, D.C. Cotton & Allen Management Ms. Elaine Crowder in Honor of Conrad Husk Ms. Karin Crowder D&R Pharmacare DM Adams Design Ms. Linda Dabney Ms. Aimee Darnell Mr. Robert Davenport Mr. Glen B. Davis Mr. Matthew Davis & Ms. Patti McAlister Ms. Ruthann Dearness Mr. Tim DeLong Mr. Anthony Dike Divas Handbags & Accessories Ms. Nancy Doctor Dolfingers Mr. John Dougherty Mr. Michael Duncan Dwyer DesignScapes, Inc. Dynamic Chiropractic & Rehab Mr. & Mrs. Jim Eberle Mr. Wayne Esterle Etcetera Euro Market Events, Inc. Executive West Hotel Fabulous Hats FireKing Security Group Mr. & Mrs. Sanford Fleck Mr. and Mrs. Ron Ford Frances Lee Jasper Oriental Rugs Ms. Pat Francis Frost Brown Todd LLC The Galt House Hotel and Suites Mr. & Mrs. Doug Gaskins Mr. Jim George Ms. Donna Gill Ms. Sarah Gorham Graeter’s Ice Cream Mr. Jeff Greene Ms. Cindy Grimes Ms. Kay Grubola

Ms. Deb Grunst Mr. Lawrence A. Haag Ms. Tricia Hafele Mr. Gary Halfacre Ms. Jill Hall Ms. Jane Harcourt Mr. Craig Harden Mr. & Mrs. Tim Hargrove Ms. Debbie Hartlage Ms. Regina Hasner Heine Brothers Coffee Mr. Henry V. Heuser Ms. Karen Hight Hilton Garden Inn East - Louisville His Creations Florist & Gifts Honey Vine Hats Mr. Dan Hosch HotLocks Salon Ms. Susan Howe Mr. Michael D. Howerton Ms. Linda Waterman Humphrey Mr. Todd Hunter In Bloom Again The Irish Rover Jack Fry’s Jackson Records Ms. Frances Lee Jasper Ms. Denise Jerome Jett Wellness, Inc. Jewish Community Center of Louisville Ms. Jennifer Johnson Karen’s of Course Karina’s Jewelers Mr. & Mrs. Jim Kasey Ms. Diane Kelton Kentucky Auto Sales, Inc. Kentucky Derby Festival Kentucky Derby Museum Kentucky Horse Park Kentucky Planning Partners Ms. Kate Kleinert The Knit Nook Mr. Tip Kockentiet Koi By Delanor Mr. Curt Ladig Mr. & Mrs. Gary Land Mr. Mike Lavera Le Relais Mr. John Leffert The Louisville Ballet The Louisville Bats Louisville Bedding Company Louisville Fire Arena Football Louisville Magazine The Louisville Orchestra Louisville Stoneware Louisville Visual Art Association The Louisville Zoo Mrs. Mary Ludwig Ms. Anne Luvisi Mr. Alan MacDonald Ms. Delanor Manson Marriott Downtown Louisville Mary’s Kitchen Massage Envy Mr. Brian Masterson Masterson’s Restaurant Ms. Cynthia Matly Ms. Karen Mayes Mr. & Mrs. Charles McHolan Mr. Keith McHolan

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Mr. & Mrs. Dennis McTighe Ms. Penny McTighe Ms. Betty Meadows Ms. Stephanie Meeks Meridian Café Ms. Rosemary Middleton Ms. Cissy Mills Mr. Houston Mills Mr. & Mrs. Gary Millsap Mr. Joe Mittel Mr. Carl Mittelsten Mr. Allan B. Morris Ms. Brenda Morris, D.M.D Ms. Cathy Morris Ms. Sarah Blanchard Morrison Mudpies Studio & Gallery Mr. & Mrs. Jackson Mullins Ms. Lisa Mullins Mr. & Mrs. Kenny Nallia Nanz and Kraft Florist Mr. John Nicholson Mr. Tony Noland Mr. Mike O’Donnell Pat O’Neal Mr. Darren W. Parks Party Kits and Equestrian Gifts Pat’s Steak House The Peppermint Tree Mark J. Perelmuter D.M.D. Plehn’s Bakery Ms. Mary Ann Pollard Ms. Suellen Prenatt Mr. Rob Prince Ms. Judy Prizant Prospect Jewelers Ms. Alisha Quinones Mr. & Mrs. Pete Raisor Raw Sushi Bar and Lounge Michael & Siobhan Reidy RéVive Sandy Richardson Ken Richey Ms. Judy Rogers Ted & Jackie Rosky Mr. Ron Ross Mr. David Russell Ms. Annette Sagerman Patti Swope Sam Swope Auto Group Sarabande Books Ms. Anne Sawyer Mr. Ben Schaffer D.P.M. Paul F. Schmidt, Ph.D. Science Hill Inn Scout on Market Mr. John Shake Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill Mr. Bill Sheets Bill Sheets Photography Ms. Kathy Shively Mr. Richard Shu Ms. Ashley Simon Ms. Amberly Simpson J. Smith Smoothie King Software House International Spaquena Day Spa Mr. John Speed Ms. Lucy Spickard Ms. Barb Spiers Spruce Hill Nursery, Inc.

Stained Glass & More Standard Country Club State of the Art Dentistry Ms. Linda Stettenbenz Mr. Speed Stodghill Mr. & Mrs. Steve Stratton Ms. Linda Strieter Ms. Julie Stutsman Ms. Tricia Suit Ms. Sarah Sullivan Jackie Swigart, Ph.D. Taft Museum of Art Ms. Margaret Taylor Mr. Jim Tedesco Ms. Jodi Tischendorf Ms. Susan Tolliver Tranquility Spa and Salon Mr. & Mrs. Darrell Trent Two Chicks & Company UPS J. Valvano Ms. Lindy Vance Ms. Lois Vaughn Ms. Joyce Vermillion Ms. Gloria Votaw Ms. Beth Wagner Mr. Brad Walker Mr. Larry Watson Ms. Jen Wayne Ms. Lauren Wessel Mr. Paul Wessel Ms. Mary Wheatley Mr. & Mrs. Charles White Ms. Paula Whittle Ms. Mary Whitworth Elmore “Ack” Willets, III Ms. Polly Williams Ms. Diane Wilson Ms. Sue Wilson Ms. Sandee Wizor Wolter Chiropractic Center Ms. Sonya Wolter Ms. Fran Yarmuth Mr. Jefferey Yussman Z Salon and Spa Ms. Gail Zeh Ms. Denise Zeydel Mr. Alan Zoeller 2008 Derby Preview Party Supporters Mr. Bill Abel Christine Adams, M.D. Sumner & Deena Adams AEGON Ms. Mary Anderson Anonymous Joseph & Anne Ardery Mr. John Asher Elsie and Allan Atherton Mr. Kahlil Baker Ms. Kimberly Ballard Ms. Stephanie Barker Mr. Rick Barney Dr. Melissa Barrett Ms. Terry Barrett BB&T Insurance Services Ms. Theresa Beames Don & Joy Bell Ms. Nancy Bell Ms. Jennifer Bielstein

Ms. Dawn Bittner Mr. Bernie Block Mr. Ed Boles Ms. Joyce Boles Bob & Elaine Bordogna Dennis & Nancy Boyd Mr. John Boyd Dr. Howard Bracco Mr. Bob Brodbeck Ms. Barrett Brown Ms. Meredith Brown Brown-Forman Christina Butler, M.D. Mr. Greg Byrne Ms. Lauren Carlisle Jim & Mary Carpenter Dennis & Carol Carrithers Ms. Valerie Casey Mr. Bill Casner Ms. Soni Castleberry Mr. Eric Cecil Mr. & Mrs. Joe Cecil Mr. Tony Cecil Center for Special Needs Trust Administration Gregory & Barbara Chapman John & Kris Christensen Churchill Downs Tom & Rea Clark Philip and Denise Clements Ms. Mary Bruce Cobb Ms. Lee Cochran Mr. J. Terrence Cody Mr. Scottie Collier Gregory & Janis Compton Mr. David W. Cooper Ms. Jennifer Cottingham Ms. Leslie Coyle Crowe Chizek and Co. LLC Ms. Karen Dahlem Mr. Jim Dailey Mr. Tom Dailey Deloitte & Touche LLP Deming Malone Livesay & Ostroff Mr. Ralph Dennis Ms. Vickie Dennis Ms. Ruth Devine Mr. Charlie Dicken Mr. Charles Dobbins Ms. Kathy Dobbins Mark & Jenny Dobbins Mr. Brent Doctor Ms. Nancy Doctor Mr. Bill Doolittle Robin Edwardsen & Susan Tolliver Mr. Robert Elliott Mr. George Fabe Fabulous Hats Mr. Richard Fenley Fifth Third Bank First Kentucky Trust Co. Ms. Nancy Fitch Sanford and Melissa Fleck Ms. Cindy Flynn-Piela Focal Point Productions Fort Washington Investment Advisors Ms. Dawn Franklin John & Frances Freeman Mr. Bill Friel Frost Brown Todd LLC Fulfillment Concepts, Inc.

Ms. Lauren Garrison Ms. Kelly Garvey Mr. Doug Gaskins Scott & Rosemary Gilbertson Joe & Van Gliessner, Jr. Mr. Brad Glotzbach Mr. Leo Govoni Ms. Jean Perkins Greenwood Lawrence & Marian Haag Ms. Tricia Hafele Kelly Hannah Wood & Catha Hannah, III Wood & Marie Hannah Foundation Davis & Jane Harcourt Mr. Robert Haysley Ms. Amy Hill Ms. Dawn Hill Mike & Anita Hoag Mr. Greg Hoeck Ms. Jennifer Hoertz Ms. Susie Hoffman The Humana Foundation Humana Military Healthcare Services Ms. Lounette Humphrey Ms. Margaret Husk Stuart & Paula Jay Neil & Judy Jesse Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare Mr. David F. Johnson Ms. Dixie Johnson Mr. Larry Johnston Mr. Craig Jones Ms. Deede Jones Mr. Chuck Kaplan Mr. Ken Kapp Mr. Mike Keene Ms. Sandi Keene Mr. Christopher Kirksey Ms. Lucinda Laird Ms. Nancy Laird Ms. Diane Laughlin Ms. Mary Lavelle Ms. Joanie Lerman Levy Restaurants Louisville Magazine Lenny & Faith Lyles Ms. Joanne Lynch Alan & Joyce MacDonald Ms. Samantha Manning Mr. Tim Manning Ms. Janet Massey Mack & Frankie Mathews Ms. Katie McCarty Dr. Robert McFadden Ms. Jane Bell McKune Dennis & Cathy McTighe Ms. Laurie Beth McTighe Ms. Lynne Meena Larry & Phyllis Mehler Mr. Charlie Merrill Meyzeek School Volunteers Ms. Carol Miles Miller Consultants, Inc. Ms. Kathy Miller Jerry & Cissy Mills Mr. Brian Moore & Dr. Kitty Henry Ms. Cathy Morris Jack and Donna Mullins Mr. Mark Munday Mutual of America

Ms. Vicky Nallia NAMI - Louisville National City Russ Neill & Diane Laughlin Ms. Becky Nelson Mr. Jim Nelson New Directions Housing Corporation Ms. Trudy North-Wollack Norton Healthcare Ms. Jean O’Brien John O’Brien, M.D. Mr. Chris Ochsner Passport Health Plan Mr. Mike Payne Mr. Pat Payne Dr. Gary & Ms. Margaret Pennington Mr. Steve Perkins John & Cheryl Poole Ms. Miriam Poteet Kelby Price Mr. Ray Pryor Psychological Services Publishers Printing Ms. Judy Pullen Dr. Norman and Ms. Chris Radtke Mr. George Rapp, Jr. Re/Max ResCare Ms. Rhonda Reskin Ms. Danette Rhoads Ms. Cindi Rhodes Mr. Patrick Rhodes Mr. Steve Richards James & Cheryl Roberts Alan & Beatrice Rosenberg Ted & Melissa Routt Ms. Deborah Sage Kenneth & Karen Sales Ms. Christie Sams Mr. John Sauer Ms. Anne Sawyer Mr. Ed Seigenfeld Seven Counties Services, Inc. Ms. Dawn Shrebtienko Mr. Mitch Shirrell Dan & Ann Siebert Siebert & Johnson Ms. Lanier Siewertsen Jackie Simmons, M.D. Michael & Debbie Simon Mr. Tom Snyder Ms. Frankie Spagolo Ms. Sharon Sparrow Ms. Noreen Speckman Ms. Nancy Spradling Ms. Michelle Spurlock Ms. Cil Stephens Mr. Mike Stevens Stock Yards Bank & Trust Mr. Harold Streets Ms. Carrie Sublett Dr. Jim Sublett & Lelia Sublett Ms. Erica Suzuki Drs. Richard & Jackie Swigart Ms. Patti Swope Sam Swope Auto Group Ms. Rebecca Tamas Alice & Norman Tasman Dr. Allan Tasman Ms. Bonnie Taylor Mr. Brandon Terrell

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Tilford Dobbins Alexander Buckaway & Black, PLLC TLT Outdoor Photography Gallery Today’s Woman Todd Investment Advisors, Inc. Ms. Susan Tolliver Transformations S. G. Tyler University Psychiatric Services Mr. Tom Wampler Wardlow Auctions, Inc. Clyde & Carita Warner Mr. Lowry Watkins Ms. Debbie Wayne Weichert Realtors, ABG Properties Mr. Jeff Wellman Mr. Paul Wessel Elmore A. “Ack” & Cissie Willets, III Ms. Diane Wilson David & Joan Winkler Ms. Stephi Wolff Ms. Susan Womack Michael & Kathleen Wright Wyatt Tarrant & Combs Mr. Steve Yards Jefferey & ZoeAnn Yussman Ms. Ruth Zavaglia Capital Campaign Mr. William O. Alden, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Nolen C. Allen Mr. & Mrs. Philip P. Ardery Mr. & Mrs. Allan S. Atherton Mr. William C. Ballard Ms. Edith S. Bingham Mr. Bernard F. Block The David J. Block Foundation Mr. Andy Block Mr. Bernard F. Block Ms. Sarah Sheets Ms. Susan Sutherland Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Bordogna Mr. Ulysses L. Bridgeman, Jr. The Evan Brown Memorial Fund Ms. Meredith Wilson Brown Mr. & Mrs. J. McCauley Brown Mr. Robert Brown Brown-Forman Mr. & Mrs. Van G. Carlisle Center for Special Needs Trust Administration, Inc. Mr. Nelson E. Clemmens Ms. Lee Cochran Crowe Chizek The Dabney Family Fund In honor of George Rapp Mr. & Mrs. James P. Dailey State Rep. Bob M. DeWeese Mr. George Fabe Family Allergy and Asthma Mr. & Mrs. Sanford Fleck Mr. & Mrs. William Friel Mr. Stephen C. Gault In honor of William Friel and Lawrence Mehler The Gheens Foundation Mr. H. David Hale Wood & Marie Hannah Foundation Mr. & Mrs. John E. Hill Hilliard Lyons Mr. & Mrs. Gregory A. Hoeck

The Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Horner The Rev. & Mrs. Richard Humke Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee Mr. & Mrs. Charles Johnson The Honorable & Mrs. Brereton C. Jones Mr. Donald F. Kohler Arthur J. Lerman Charitable Foundation The Robert I. Lerman Family Fund Mr. & Mrs. Leonard E. Lyles Mr. & Mrs. Alan K. MacDonald State Rep. Mary Lou Marzian and Mr. Bill Marzian Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm R. Mathews, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Mayes The Jessie Barker McKellar Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence J. Mehler Mr. James Metcalfe Mr. David Metts Ms. Sandy Metts Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Mills Dr. Laura and Mr. John Moore Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Musselman Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Nixon Dr. & Mrs. Gary E. Pennington Publishers Printing Company, Inc. Anonymous Mr. Stephen Reily & Ms. Emily Bingham Louis T. Roth Foundation In honor of Jefferey Yussman Mr. & Mrs. Ted M. Routt Mr. David B. Russell, CFM Anonymous Ms. Virginia Speed Ms. Nancy Spradling The Sumner Foundation In honor of Samuel Greenebaum, III Drs. Richard & Jackie Swigart Mr. & Mrs. Bosworth M. Todd Ms. Susan Tolliver Mr. John I. Trawick & Ms. Patricia A. Clare Mr. & Mrs. Elmore A. “Ack” Willets, III Ms. Diane Wilson In memory of Evan Brown Mr. Richard Wilson Wyatt Tarrant & Combs The Hon. John A. and Mrs. Yarmuth Mr. & Mrs. Jefferey M .Yussman

Honorariums & Memorials

Wellspring annually receives gifts in honor of individuals and gifts to commemorate anniversaries, birthdays, holidays or other special occasions. Donors simply notify Wellspring of their desire to make a gift, provide the name of the honoree

and the occasion being celebrated. Wellspring records the gift and sends an acknowledgement to the honoree. In addition, families of clients and friends often designate Wellspring as the beneficiary of expressions of sympathy when loved ones pass away. We deeply appreciate such thoughtfulness during difficult times. The following Honorariums & Memorial Gifts were received between July 1, 2007 and June 30, 2008. In Honor Of Joseph & Anne Ardery Julie Ardery & Bill Bishop Philip P. Ardery, Sr. Mr. Philip P. Ardery, Jr. Mrs. Edward S. Bonnie Robert Winthrop Charitable Trust Ms. Judy F. Wells Philip & Anne Ardery Joan H. Todd Julie Ardery & Bill Bishop Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Ardery John & Nancy Bell Dr. & Mrs. John F. Rose Joan H. Todd Lee & Susan Bishop Julie Ardery & Bill Bishop Jerry Booth Joan H. Todd Katharine R. Dobbins, MSSW, LCSW Mr. & Mrs. Morton H. Sachs Larry Mehler Mr. & Mrs. John H. Falvey Steve & Kathy Perkins Ms. Patrice H. Blanchard George W. Rapp, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Craig Grant Ms. Louise Wall Cornelia A. Serpell Mr. & Mrs. Allan S. Atherton Mr. & Mrs. M. Robert Yankovich Jackie Swigart, PhD Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Loomis Bosworth M. Todd, Jr. Ms. Virginia Gray Henry David Todd & Shellie Williams Joan H. Todd Mr. & Mrs. Norbert O. Otto Dr. & Mrs. Jack Yusk Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Welsh Wellspring 25th Anniversary Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Carrithers Ack Willets Alexander Martin Hill Elmore A. Willets, IV Ms. Madeleine Willets Ack & Cissie Willets Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Chessler Luther E. Whittaker Mr. & Mrs. James R. Hopkins

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In Memory Of Dr. John Bell Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Ardery Mr. & Mrs. John T. Ballantine Drs. Edward F. & Barbara E. Bell Mr. Carl J. Bensinger Mr. & Mrs. Timothy M. Bickel Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. Bonnie Mr. & Mrs. John Paul Brantley Dr. & Mrs. McHenry Brewer Ms. Betty Ann Broecker Ms. Joan Simons Brown The Cunningham-Gardiner Foundation Mr. O. Grant Bruton Middleton Reutlinger Mr. Allen W. Bush & Ms. Rose Cooper Ms. Nancy E. Camp Mr. & Mrs. William H. Camp, Jr. Ms. Kathryn D. Christopherson Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Cross Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Darby Mr. & Mrs. Carl T. Fischer, Jr. Ms. Betty Fleischaker Dr. Dinsmore C. Fulton Mr. & Mrs. J. David Grissom Ms. Jean Tachau Haas Ms. Frances Starks Heyburn Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Horner Ms. Janet C. Irwin Mrs. Laban Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Jelsma Mr. & Mrs. David A. Jones Mr. & Mrs. Dan Jones C. E. and S. Foundation, Inc. Dr. Hunt B. Jones Mrs. Patricia Kirchdorfer Mr. & Mrs. E. T. Kirk Dr. & Mrs. Sandor Klein Mrs. Margaret G. Lanier Greater Louisville Medical Society Ms. Marisa Lusk Jefferson Manor Mr. & Mrs. Stanley K. MacDonald Mr. & Mrs. William B. Mahoney Ms. Jane Bell McKune Ms. Marilyn Motsch Mr. & Mrs. Gouverneur H. Nixon, Jr. Ms. Joanne Oldham Parrish Family Parrish Realtors Dr. & Mrs. John Penta Ms. Joy Perterson Ms. Caroline Poole Foundation for a Sustainable Community Ms. Suzy Post Mr. George W. Rapp, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. John F. Rose Mr. & Mrs. Theodore S. Rosky Dr. & Mrs. Nat Sandler Mrs. Kate Rudd Sarfin Cornelia A. Serpell Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sexton Ms. Betty Smith Ms. Nancy H. Spradling Mr. & Mrs. Rucker Todd Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Todd Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Townsend Dr. & Mrs. William W. Ward, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Webster

David J. Block Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Block Robert Bordogna, Jr. Actors Theatre of Louisville Mr. & Mrs. Robert Adelberg Mr. James L. Bareuther Brown-Forman Corp Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Barnett Mr. & Mrs. Cecil C. Barnett Ms. Linda L. Blevins Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Bordogna Mr. Joseph Bordogna Ms. Betty A. Bowles Mr. & Mrs. Hewett Mr. & Mrs. William H. Camp, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Lee G. Chirgwin . Mr. & Mrs. Peter R. Classon Ms. Cassandra A. Culin & Thomas K. Ellison Mr. & Mrs. S. Gordon Dabney Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Daly Mr. Laurent C. Deschamps Mr. & Mrs. Earl Dorsey, Jr. Ms. Melanie Doyon National City Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Farrer Mr. & Mrs. Christopher R. Fuller Mr. Michael K. Green Dr. & Mrs. John J. Guarnaschelli Ms. Alice P. Gunnison Mr. & Mrs. Rick Harned Ms. Beverly W. Hastings Ms. Louise Fitzhugh Hickox Mr. & Mrs. Marvin J. Hirn Mr. Gregory A. Hoeck Stock Yards Bank & Trust Co Dr. Richard T. Holt Spine Surgery, PSC Dr. & Mrs. John G. Hubbard Ms. Frances L. Jasper Mr. & Mrs. Elias H. Karson Ms. Nancy Lampton Hardscuffle, Inc Mr. Todd P. Lowe & Ms. Fran Ratterman Dr. & Mrs. Carl Lundborg Mr. & Mrs. Melvin J. Maron Ms. Jane Bell McKune Ms. Anne H. T. Moore Ms. Julie Baquie Morton Dr. & Mrs. David S. Nightingale Mr. Edwin H. Perry Greenebaum Doll & McDonald The Hon. & Mrs. John W. Potter Mr. & Mrs. Junius W. Prince, III Dr. & Mrs. Norman D. Radtke Mr. & Mrs. Scott W. Reynolds Mr. & Mrs. Theodore S. Rosky Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Rounsavall Mr. & Mrs. William O. Rudd St. Francis High School Mr. Hugh M. Shwab, III Mr. Steven Stern & Ms. Ingrid Osswald Ms. Tammy H. Switow Mr. Bosworth M. Todd, Jr. Todd Investment Advisors Ms. Joan H. Todd Ms. Aida Touma Mr. & Mrs. W. Joe Vandrick Mr. C. W. Ward III, CPA

Dr. & Mrs. Gary Weinstein Mr. C. Kenneth Weixler Mr. & Mrs. John James White Mr. & Mrs. David Wood Dr. & Mrs. Jesse H. Wright Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth Zegart Mr. & Mrs. Arnold J. Zegart Valerie Cullem Mr. & Mrs. Mack Mathews Patricia Drago Eugene & Tony Drago William D. Friel, Sr. Associates at ABG Realtors Ms. Tammy Decker Frank M. Gaines, MD Mr. & Mrs. Philip P. Ardery Ms. Sheriall A. Cunningham Mental Health Association Mr. & Mrs. Mack Mathews Ms. Rita C. Nickle Dr. & Mrs. Nat Sandler Mrs. Jean Perkins Greenwood Ms. Mary Lou Aspengren Mr. Bernard Block Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Bordogna Ms. Virginia Burmeister Ms. Marilyn Callahan Ms. Pauline P. Cordell Mr. & Mrs. David A. Graves The Metro United Way Council of Agency Executives Ms. Marylee Lankamer Ms. Shari L. Lewchanin & Mr. Bert B. Meek Mr. & Mrs. Mack Mathews Mr. & Mrs. Gary L. McCullough Ms. Janet R. McGriff Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Parker Mr. George W Rapp, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. Reames, Jr. Ms. Phyllis Roche Mr. & Mrs. Ted Routt Ms. Barbara Snyder Ms. Ann Steele Ms. Nancy G. Thompson Ms. Ruth L. Tucker Mr. & Mrs. John S. Waggoner Ms. Karin Wheeler Ms. Janice M. Wickstrand Mr. & Mrs. Jefferey M. Yussman Cliff Gregg Ms. Kathleen M. Gregg Martha Gray Mrs. Ludmila B. Shaver Ms. Kristin Hansen Dr. Sarah Acland Mr. & Mrs. Robert Adelberg Mr. & Mrs. Philip P. Ardery Dr. Melissa T. Barrett Mrs. Edith S. Bingham Mr. & Mrs. Bruce H. Broecker Mr. Allen Bush & Ms. Rose Cooper Mr. & Mrs. Eugene H. Cassell Mr. Christopher C. Dobbs Ms. Nancy L. Doctor Mr. & Mrs. Carl T. Fischer, Jr. Ms. Holly H. Gathright Ms. Mary Louise Gorman Dr. & Mrs. William Grant Mrs. Jean Perkins Greenwood Mr. & Mrs. Allee B. Harmon

Ms. Janet C. Irwin Ms. Dixie Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Kulp, Jr. Mrs. Calvin A. Lang Mrs. Margaret G. Lanier Mr. & Mrs. Mack Mathews Dr. & Mrs. Alexander H. Moore Mr. & Mrs. Gordon L. Ragan Mrs. Virginia C. Rauh Ms. Beth Schweichler Mr. & Mrs. Corwin Short, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. W. David Sisk Ms. Cynthia C. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Charles Smoot, Jr. Drs. Richard & Jackie Swigart Ms. Bonnie Taylor Ms. Joan H. Todd Mrs. Louise R. Wall Mrs. John Aylward White, IV Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Wilson Mr. & Mrs. Jefferey M. Yussman Paul & Elsie Johnson Harry R. Kendall Masonic Lodge 750 Mr. & Mrs. Bud Killion Ms. Bonnie Taylor Betty Jane Mathews Mr. & Mrs. Mack Mathews John Nichols Mr. James D. Robbins Albert Reutlinger Mrs. Elizabeth M. Reutlinger Linda Schaaf Ms. Cynthia C. Smith William Dana Shelby Mrs. Ellen B. Shelby Sam Todd Mr. & Mrs. N. O. Grohmann Ms. Elizabeth W. Jones Ms. Mary S. Sachs Ms. Cynthia C. Smith Ms. Julia H. Stanton Joanne Vandrick Mr. & Mrs. W. Joe Vandrick Patty Lee Ware Mr. & Mrs. Mack Mathews Carl Zimmerman Ms. Sharon A. Lamb

Wellspring Officers and Directors 2007/08 Alan K. MacDonald – Chair Jefferey M. Yussman – Vice Chair Margaret Pennington – Vice Chair George Rapp, Jr. – Treasurer Melissa Routt – Secretary Robert P. Bordogna Christina L. Butler, M. D. Sanford L. Fleck William Friel Gregory E. Mayes Lawrence J. Mehler Cissy Mills David B. Russell, CFM Jackie Swigart, Ph.D. Elmore “Ack” Willets, III

Honorary Lifetime Members Philip P. Ardery, Founding Chair Nancy B. Bell Roberta Fischer Frank M. Gaines, Jr., M.D. Rev. Richard H. Humke Clifford C. Kuhn, M.D. Malcolm R. Mathews, Jr. Cornelia A. Serpell Bosworth M. Todd, Jr. John I. Trawick Management Team and Administrative Staff Stephen C. Perkins Executive Director Katharine R. Dobbins, MSSW, LCSW Associate Director & Director of Programs Robert L. Brodbeck Chief Operating Officer Bonnie Taylor Housing Services Director Nancy L. Doctor Development Director Ruth Uphaus Controller Lanier Siewertsen Accounting Assistant Tony Cecil Program Information Director Cathy McTighe Associate Director of Development Karen S. Head Consulting Psychiatrist About the Art Art Therapy program is part of Wellspring’s supportive services programming. Expressive Therapists Carol A. Miles, MEd, ATR and Katie McCarthy, MA, ATR-BC, provide instruction and encouragement to the program participants. The artwork featured on the cover and throughout this report was created by Wellspring’s program participants. Annual Report Team Production Coordinator: Nancy L. Doctor Content Development: Cathy McTighe Design: StudioFolio Photography: Bill Sheets Photography Printing: Publishers Printing Co. Additional thanks to the many Wellspring staff members and clients who contributed time and talent to this project.

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Wellspring's Annual Report FY08  

Overview of Wellspring's financials and program outcomes - July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008.

Wellspring's Annual Report FY08  

Overview of Wellspring's financials and program outcomes - July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008.