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1 Still Saving Lives... and Saving Dollars Nicole with daughter Destinee, who was born healthy and drugfree while her mother was in the Women s Center MARYHAVEN Helping People Restore Their Lives Since Annual Report

2 Saving Lives... Our Mission and Message Our Mission is to help men, women, and children restore their lives when those lives have been interrupted by addictive or mental illness. Gibby Jeffrey, with Paul Coleman and Joe Jeffrey, cuts the cake at the anniversary celebration of the dedication of the Cynthia Black Jeffrey Memorial Park. Dear Friend of Maryhaven, No accomplishment of Maryhaven in 2010 is more important than helping 7,128 men, women, and children to restore their lives from addictive and mental illness while in one of our 27 programs, making the grand total of patients served to date over 177,000. Providing quality and cost-effective care is always a priority, and our 2010 Audited Financial Statements reflect our low administrative cost of 8%, with 92% of all revenues invested in Maryhaven used to provide direct patient care. During a difficult economy, Maryhaven reacted quickly to community needs. To respond to a growing trend of heroin and opiate prescription drug abuse and low-birth-weight addicted babies, we continued to prioritize admission and provide extensive services to addicted, pregnant women in partnership with The OSU Medical Center, and continued our opiate treatment programs in Franklin and Delaware counties, assuming a leadership role in the Opiate Task Force of Delaware County. In addition, we began the first Problem Gambling Program in Central Ohio with a grant from The Columbus Foundation, providing counseling services for problem and pathological gambling. Maryhaven began in 1953 as a Women s Center, and we remain true to this mission of helping the most vulnerable of our population: addicted women, along with their babies and young children. The Women s Center Programs served over 100 women last year, and 20 healthy, drug-free babies were delivered to recovering, healthy mothers. Support from the corporate and philanthropic community allowed us to maintain services at full capacity in 2009 and 2010 despite reductions in government funding. (Program highlights on Pages 8 and 9; donor highlights on Pages 10 and 11.) Our adolescent educational outcomes were exceptional in the 2009/2010 school year. The Maryhaven School, in partnership with Columbus City Schools, helped 25 teens receive their GED s, and 21 of these teens were enrolled in college before leaving treatment. Also, we doubled our home-based services through funding from Franklin County Children Services. (Highlights on Page 7.) We pledge to continue our mission of helping people restore their lives by providing effective and efficient patient care with the same integrity and spirit with which we have served over 177,000 patients and their families during Maryhaven s first fifty-seven years. Sincerely, Ed Gaydos Board Chair Paul Coleman President and CEO Corporate volunteers help create ceiling tiles like the one in this background. 2 Maryhaven 2010 Annual Report

3 Saving Dollars... Donating to Maryhaven Why Donate to Maryhaven? For every $1 invested in adult treatment at Maryhaven, the community saves $11 in healthcare and justice system costs, according to a recent independent cost benefit study made possible by a grant from The Columbus Foundation. Our 2010 audited financial statements reflect an unqualified opinion for the fifteenth successive year; our low administrative cost of 8%; and our continuing status as a low-risk auditee. The Women s Center last year: - Helped reunite 42 children with their mothers, 13 of whom were in the custody of Franklin County Children Services; saving our community over $118,000 in substitute child care costs. - Our Women s Center Programs, comprised of the Aster and AYA Extended Care Programs and the Stable Cradle Outreach Program (funded by a grant from OSU Medical Center), served 20 pregnant women with addictive and mental illness, all of whom delivered healthy, drug-free babies; potentially saving our community $20 million during their lifetimes, according to statistics from the US Bureau of Justice Assistance. Maryhaven is designated as an Accredited Charity by the Better Business Bureau. Maryhaven received the 2008 Business Integrity Award for large non-profit corporations from the Better Business Bureau. Deja Nae was born healthy and drug-free and Brianna was reunited while their mother was in the Women s Center. Quality Affirmation Accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) as a fully integrated behavioral healthcare provider. Certified by both the Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services and the Ohio Department of Mental Health. Designated as an Accredited Charity by the Better Business Bureau. Gabriella with son Adrian, reunited while at the Women s Center. Certified under the Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organization s Standards for Excellence in Nonprofit Management. Helping People Restore Their Lives Since

4 Saving Lives... By Providing Addiction Recovery and Mental Health Services Marissa, Women s Center Graduate, delivered Marcus healthy and drug-free and reunited with Myka while in the Women s Center. Public Health Programs Maryhaven provides integrated behavioral healthcare services to help men, women, and children restore their lives from the effects of addictive and mental illness. Adult Residential Programs (Medical Detoxification, Adult Inpatient, Women s Center Extended Care) Adult Outpatient Programs (Ambulatory Detoxification, Women s Stable Cradle, Opiate Treatment, Cocaine Specific, Gambling) Adolescent Gender-Specific Residential Programs Adolescent Home-Based Outpatient Treatment Programs Homeless Services (Engagement Center; Outreach; Supportive Housing) Marissa, Women s Center Graduate Learning she was pregnant, and having lost custody of her daughter when she was 3-1/2 years old, Marissa said she hit bottom. I attempted suicide. The Women s Center helped me identify and understand my feelings for the first time in my life. I wasn t angry anymore. Staff helped me advocate for myself. While in treatment, Marissa delivered her son healthy and drugfree and began her work to reunite with her daughter. Today Marissa s accomplishments include receiving the Family Achievement of the Year Award from Franklin County Children Services at the Child Abuse Prevention Banquet in 2010; graduating from Drug Court in 2010 and continuing to mentor other women struggling for their sobriety; and speaking and volunteering for Children Services. Now I have my own home and car and am responsible with my children who are beautiful and smart. Marissa also attends Columbus State and is studying to be a chemical dependency counselor. If it weren t for Maryhaven, I would be dead today or in prison. I wake up each morning with feelings of being so blessed and excited to be sober and have my children. Public Safety Programs Intervention, Education, and Treatment Programs connected to adult and juvenile court systems. Adult Driver Intervention Programs in both English and Spanish Underage Drinking/Drug Programs for Ages School-Based Prevention Services in Whitehall and Morrow and Delaware Counties Federal Prison, Probation, and Pre-trial Programs Services in Delaware and Morrow Counties Our Delaware and Mt. Gilead offices provide addiction recovery and mental health services to adults and adolescents from both counties, funded principally by the Delaware-Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Services Board; funding is also received from the United Ways of Delaware and Morrow Counties. Programs include: Ambulatory Detoxification Opiate Treatment Addiction recovery and mental health outpatient and intensive outpatient counseling Underage Drinking/Drug Programs for Ages School-based prevention and education 4 Maryhaven 2010 Annual Report

5 Saving Dollars... Through Careful Fiscal Management and Oversight Financial Highlights Our 2010 audited financial statements: 1. Show an unqualified opinion for the fifteenth successive year. 2. Reflect our low administrative cost of 8%. 3. Reflect our continuing status as a low-risk auditee. Patient Demographics Fiscal Year July 1, 2009 June 30, 2010 Number of Patients Cared For: 7,128 By Race and Gender Female - African American 9% Male - African American 19% Male - Caucasian 47% Latino 3% Revenue by Source Female - Caucasian 22% FY 2010 Revenues: $ 15,189,906 Title XX... 2% Contributions... 2% United Ways... 2% Self Pay... 3% Community Shelter Board.. 3% City of Columbus... 4% Nat l Institute on Drug Abuse 4% Delaware/Morrow Board... 7% Franklin County Children Services... 9% Other 10% Medicaid 20% ADAMH 34% By Program Women s Center... 2% Opiate Treatment... 2% Adolescent Residential... 2% Adult Residential... 5% Ambulatory Detoxification. 7% Adult Outpatient 11% Adolescent Outpatient 12% Delaware/ Morrow 12% Engagement Center 18% Driver Intervention 16% Residential Detoxification 13% Major Highlights of Helped 7,128 men, women, and children restore their lives from addictive and mental illness. 2. Began the first Problem Gambling Program in Central Ohio with a grant from The Columbus Foundation. 3. Provided leadership in creating and sustaining the Opiate Task Force of Delaware in response to a growing trend of heroin and opiate prescription drug abuse. 4. The Women s Center Programs, comprised of the Aster and AYA Extended Care Programs and the Stable Cradle Outreach Program (funded by The Ohio State University Medical Center), served 20 pregnant women with addictive and mental illness, all of whom delivered healthy, drug-free babies, potentially saving our community $20 million during their lifetimes, according to statistics from the US Bureau of Justice Assistance. 5. Expanded Adolescent Services by doubling our homebased and evidenced-based services to families, through funding from Franklin County Children Services and the Franklin County ADAMH Board. 6. Achieved exceptional adolescent educational outcomes for the 2009/10 school year. The Maryhaven School, in partnership with the Columbus City Schools, helped 25 teens receive their GED s, and 21 of these teens were enrolled in college before leaving treatment. 7. In the Women s Center Programs, 42 children were reunited with their mothers, 13 of whom were in the custody of Franklin County Children Services, saving our community over $118,000 in substitute child care. 8. The corporate and philanthropic community continued to increase their support of the Maryhaven Women s Center through program, capital, and endowment funding. Helping People Restore Their Lives Since

6 Saving Lives... Through Research Cultural Diversity The Maryhaven Addiction Research Institute (MARI): MARI, created in 2001 under the leadership of Dr. Gregory Brigham, is dedicated to applying science to improve drug abuse treatment and prevention. MARI has clinical research and training collaborations with partners from around the country including, but not limited to: University of Cincinnati The Ohio State University Mayo Clinic Johns Hopkins University Yale University Wright State University University of California San Francisco University of Georgia Creating an Environment that Empowers Everyone Through Cultural Diversity and Inclusion Cultural Diversity and Inclusion Council Maryhaven supports and encourages staff members to appreciate differences between and within cultures and to develop culturally competent skills through education, with the goal of providing a team of diverse individuals working cohesively toward the mission of Maryhaven. Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender, Allied Committee (LBGTA) The LBGTA Committee is a group of individuals who bring with them a diverse set of attitudes, behaviors and beliefs that encourage cultural awareness and inclusion as a process of becoming sensitive to all cultures through training and education. Cultural Diversity Committee Members, left to right: Dianna Henderson, Jennifer Johnson, Melony Ross, Bruce Jones, Rev. Dr. Sokoto Fulani, Angela Stewart, Steve Albanese, Senta Miles, Elizabeth Jaeger, Michele Mitchell, Andrew Moss, and Sofia Mohamed. Not pictured: Rose Knorwood and Jennifer Rosales. 6 Maryhaven 2010 Annual Report

7 Saving Lives and Dollars... Through Teen Recovery Major Accomplishments Adolescent Services Expanded Adolescent Services: we were able to double our home-based and evidenced-based services to families through increased funding from Franklin County Children Services and the Franklin County Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health (ADAMH) Board. The Maryhaven School: Our Educational Services Staff, in partnership with the Columbus City Schools, understand that youth may struggle in school settings and are often behind in attaining high school graduation credits. During the 2009/10 school year, the Maryhaven School, again in partnership with the Columbus City Schools, helped 25 teens receive their GED s, and 21 of these teens were enrolled in college before leaving treatment. Parent Quotes: I ve seen a positive change and growth in my son. My grandson has made significant progress thanks to Maryhaven s staff involvement and due diligence. Our daughter seems to have done a complete turn around. Case Worker quote: I always have positive experiences with Maryhaven staff. Dear Adolescent Staff, This Adolescent Art Therapy Project was submitted to the SAVE Awards Program under the leadership of Helene Worthy, RRT, CCDCI, Recreation Therapy Supervisor. I want to thank you for all your help; since I left there my life has changed dramatically! I am currently going to the University of Cincinnati, and it is going great. I am majoring in biology and love it! I have been sober for quite awhile now and love being sober. I missed out on a lot but am not going to dwell on it anymore. I am making new memories for me and my family. My son will be one on the 24th of June, and I love being his mommy. It s hard, but I m doing it I can t thank you guys enough for putting up with my stuff and teaching me who I am. I wouldn t be where I am today if it wasn t for you. Thank you for all your help! Serena Stears, LPSC, Education Coordinator of the Maryhaven School, hands a GED Diploma to one of 25 graduating teens in the 2009/2010 Maryhaven School Year. Graduate, Adolescent Care Unit Helping People Restore Their Lives Since

8 The Maryhaven Women s Center: Laurie, graduate of the Women s Center, with daughter Kaylee. Our Motto: We will meet you wherever you are in your life! The goal is recovery! Overview: The Women s Center provides two residential extendedcare programs for up to 29 women, along with their babies and young children, to help them restore their lives from addictive and mental illness, and also manages the Women s Stable Cradle Program (in partnership with The OSU Medical Center, which provides prenatal, birthing, and postnatal services) providing outpatient mentoring to indigent expectant women. Goals: Laurie Ferebee Laurie grew up with good grades in high school, maintained employment, and started a family. Eventually, her addiction and an abusive relationship ravaged her and her children s lives. Wanting to get well and reunite with her children, Laurie entered Maryhaven and became a resident of the Maryhaven Women s Center. The Women s Center taught me how to love myself and gave me the courage to believe I could do anything I set my mind to. They helped me to know structure, even in everyday living. I learned how to get along with women and live with others. The experience was so enlightening. Laurie is now very close with her children and proud that her oldest daughter just graduated with her second Masters Degree. I entered Columbus State while working three jobs and now will graduate in counseling in June of I m so grateful to have interned at the Women s Center, going back and offering hope to other ladies that were struggling. Thanks to the Women s Center, I am alive, have children who are so proud of me, and will soon be a college graduate. to help women, along with their babies and young children, to restore their lives from addictive and mental illness; expectant women are prioritized to help them deliver healthy, drug-free babies. to help reunite children with healthy, recovering mothers. through the Women s Career Empowerment Center, to provide education, job training skills, and employment support so that women may obtain gainful employment and financial freedom. During the last year at our Women s Center: We helped reunite 42 children with their mothers, 13 of whom were in the custody of Franklin County Children Services; saving our community over $118,000 in substitute child care costs. We served 20 pregnant women, all of whom delivered healthy, drug-free babies; potentially saving our community $20 million during their lifetimes, according to statistics from the US Bureau of Justice Assistance. 8 Maryhaven 2010 Annual Report

9 Saving Lives Saving Dollars With Each Mother, Baby or Child Served Unique services of the Maryhaven Women s Center: Alissa visiting her mom who is working on reunification. Began in 1953 as the first residential addiction treatment program for women in Central Ohio. Still provides the only programs that not only admit and provide extensive services to indigent women who are pregnant, but prioritize admission to pregnant women so their babies may be born healthy and drugfree. Expectant women receive prenatal, birthing, and postnatal care while they are in treatment through our partnership with The OSU Medical Center. These healthy babies are born to mothers who are working hard at their recovery to provide a safe, drug-free life for their family. Understanding that the toughest challenge for a mother is being separated from her children, women are allowed to bring their young children into treatment with them. For children who are estranged from their moms, staff advocate for the reunification of mother and children, if such reunification is appropriate. Offers the only Africentric residential program, the AYA Program, funded by ADAMH and specifically designed for women of color with addictive and mental illness. Maryhaven has the only sub-acute care Medical Detoxification Program serving indigent women, and prioritizes pregnant women so their babies may be born healthy and drug-free. Jennifer, graduate of the Women s Center, reunited with her children while in treatment. Myka, reunited with her mother while in the Women s Center, is having a good time. Helping People Restore Their Lives Since

10 Restoring Lives of Women and Babies Campaign Late in 2009 Maryhaven began a $450,000 campaign for program support for the Maryhaven Women s Center for Fiscal Years 2010, 2011 and As of May 2011, the campaign was on target with program donations designated to maintain full capacity for 2010 and 2011; plus $60,000 in capital donations, plus $100,000 to create the Women s Center Endowment Fund. DIAMOND DONORS ($50,000+) American Electric Power Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Jeffrey, Jr. Reinberger Foundation GOLD DONORS ($25,000 TO $49,999) Grange Insurance Harry C. Moores Foundation J. P. Morgan Chase, Erdis G. Robinson Trust Limited Brands Nationwide Foundation Plaskolite, Inc. SILVER DONORS ($15,000 TO $24,999) Anonymous Anonymous Cardinal Health Holly Herschede Honda of America Mfg., Inc. BRONZE DONORS ($5,000 TO $14,999) Huntington Bank Robert J. Weiler Family Fund Wal-Mart Foundation PATRONS ($1,000 TO $4,999) Anonymous Anonymous Christine Bustamante Charles Coleman Paul Coleman The Columbus Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jameson Crane Patricia Eshman Elizabeth L. Ettenhofer The Federal Bar Association, Columbus Chapter Dr. Bryan Feldman and Melissa Zox-Feldman The Hildreth Foundation KPMG Mettler-Toledo Nationwide Foundation Andrew L. Newton Safelite Drs. Paul and Pamela Warrick-Schkolnik SUPPORTERS ($500 TO $999) ALD Precast Gallagher Consulting Group The Honorable Carrie Glaeden Yoko Hayden Cynthia Kohl Douglas E. Lumpkin Mary Jo Mercier Sue Pohler Mr. and Mrs. Harrison W. Smith The Honorable Guy L. Reece FRIENDS ($100 TO $499) James Alexander Paige Allen The Honorable David E. and Mary Cain Herman and Janice Cathey Rhonda Coleman Elizabeth B. Crane Wilma Gilchrest Robert Graham Marie Hindman Mr. Ed and Alice Jackson James J. Keller Rose Knorwood David Petry Jack Stephan Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, LLP Patricia Tate Jim and Debbie Williams IN MEMORY OF HARRISON SMITH Rudy and Beth Bahnsen James and Janice Barnes Clara and Neil Bass John R. Behal Nancy Casto Benson Reuben Brigety Bob and Nancy Brown Mary Butcher Sharon Cameron Herman and Janice Cathey Contemporary American Theatre Company (CATCO) Elizabeth Crane Jameson and Meredith Crane Sarah Crane Keith and Ruth Crompton Tom Davis David and Nancy Dimick Donald Dunn Catherine Farnsworth Susan Farnsworth French River Delta Association Suzanne George Diane Glimcher Lois Greenblott Valerie Guarnieri Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Halliday Sheila Herrling Thomas and Ann Hoaglin Sally Hoffman Celeste and John Holschuh Jackie Isaac Constance Johnson John and Rosemary Joyce Tom and Mary Katzenmeyer Jill Kingsley Midge and Tally Krumm Jr. Jo and Herbie Lape Bob and Mary Lazarus Peggy Lazarus Jana and James Maniace James Meek William and Lillian Meyer Bill and Jane Miller Louis and Cynthia Mitchell Peter and Jane Mykrantz Bradley Norpell Thomas and Elizabeth Norpell Lenita and Tom Pepper Phyllis Podkin Paula V. Price Betsy Ratcliff Rosanne and Mark Rosen Pat and Nancy Ross Laurence and Molly Ruben Tom and Lynn Ryan Patricia Santelli Lenore Schottenstein Schrayer and Associates Richard Sensenbrenner Joe and Martha Shaffer Yearling Barbara Smith Gayle Smith Smith & Hale Dennis and Connie Stachelek Jack Stephan Tom Sturges Noam Unger Ellen and Nick Vorys Michael and Arlene Weiss Vivian Witkind-Davis Janice and Herbert Wolman IN MEMORY OF NICHOLAS AMEND Audrey Black Neal and Nancy Wood IN MEMORY OF JOHN EDWARDS Richard and Nancy Allchin Edwin Eblin David E. and Edna Edwards Corrine D. Esau Jean Flahive Helen and Ray Nally Jeanne G. Simpson Larry and Diane Westbrook IN MEMORY OF JEFFREY E. LAWSON Kim Johnson IN MEMORY OF HELEN MCFADDEN Abbey Martin Lisa Mileusnich IN MEMORY OF KATHRYN TERRY Sondra A. Caldwell Emily and Robert Dawson Gloria J. Dodge Bill Foster Rick Foster Michele A. Kohler Joan E. Webster CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS Abbott Laboratories Fifth Third Bank Grange Insurance MAJOR IN-KIND DONORS Bath and Body Works Express Fashions Grange Insurance Limited Brands Wal-Mart Distribution Center CORPORATE VOLUNTEERS American Electric Power Grange Insurance Honda of America Limited Brands Mercer Mettler Toledo Nationwide Insurance Wal-Mart Distribution Center In creating our donor computer database, we sought for 100% accuracy. If, however, you find any omission or error, please accept our apology and contact Janice Cathey, CFRM, Director of Development, Marketing, and Support Services, for correction. Thank you. 10 Maryhaven 2010 Annual Report

11 Saving Dollars... By Helping to Restore Lives of Mothers and Babies Board of Directors We are governed by a Board of Directors, community leaders who give their time and talents to further our mission. Two children visiting their mothers were reaching for the stars in the Amy Wilson Smith Gathering Room of the Women s Center. Ed Gaydos, Chair Lana T. Ruebel, Vice Chair Patricia S. Eshman, Secretary/ Treasurer Christine Bustamante Judge David E. Cain Judge Gregory Frost Dr. Jan Gorniak Edwin B. Hogan Ron Kerr John Littlejohn Stephanie McCloud Daniel R. Moore, Jr. Rich Mueller Bill Patterson Molly E. Philipps Judge Guy Reece Judge Lisa Sadler Ann Schiele Judge Charles A. Schneider Robert Skip Weiler Wal-Mart Distribution Center volunteers deliver donations to the Maryhaven Women s Center. Trinity, born healthy and drug-free while her mother was in the Women s Center. Helping People Restore Their Lives Since

12 National Newspapers Record Maryhaven s Early Role In Responding To Increased Opiate Use In Heartland Death, Traces of Heroin s Spread WAR WITHOUT BORDERS: A DRUG S REACH Paul Coleman, the director of Maryhaven, the largest rehabilitation center in the region, said the percentage of patients reporting opiates, principally heroin, as the preferred drug - whether it is smoked, inhaled or injected - grew to 68 percent last year from 38 percent in Mr. Coleman said he believed that the trend reflected an increased supply of heroin. Mike G., who is undergoing treatment at Maryhaven and asked that his last name be withheld for fear enemies on the street would find him there, said, in some places it is like going to pick up beer. THE HEROIN ROAD By 2007, black-tar addiction had spread across Columbus, Dayton, Cleveland and other Ohio cities. At Columbus-based Maryhaven, Ohio s largest drug treatment center, opiate addicts made up 20% of the center s patients in 1997, and many were addicted to prescription painkillers. Today, 70% are black-tar heroin addicts, said Paul Coleman, Maryhaven s president. MARYHAVEN Helping People Restore Their Lives Since Alum Creek Drive Columbus, Ohio Voice/TDD (614) Fax (614) Maryhaven in Delaware 615 Sunbury Road Delaware, Ohio Voice (740) Fax (740) Maryhaven in Mt. Gilead 528 West Marion Road Mt. Gilead, Ohio Voice (419) Fax (419) Funded by the United Ways of Central Ohio, Delaware, and Morrow Counties; Franklin County Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board (ADAMH); Ohio Department of Development; Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services; the City of Columbus; Franklin County Children Services; Delaware-Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Services Board; Franklin County Job and Family Services; and the Community Shelter Board. Grantbased funding received from The Columbus Foundation, The Ohio State University Medical Center, the Governor s Office of Criminal Justice Services, and the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation. Produced by Janice Cathey, Director of Development, Marketing and Support Services. Photography: Michele Mitchell, Janet Adams, and Meaghan Ralston Equal Provider of Services. Equal Opportunity Employer. Printed by Union Pressmen 12 Maryhaven 2010 Annual Report

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