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A n n u A l R e p o R t 2 0 1 1

Choosing To Make A Difference Since 1982

“ b e t t e r t o l i g h t a c a n d l e , th a n t o c u r s e th e d a rk n e s s”

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In March of 1982 several community leaders saw a need and chose to make a difference. Wellspring was born from that choice.

I was staying at the Salvation Army. I was homeless and depressed. Then I found out about Wellspring…and since then they’ve helped me with my mental health problems and helped me get housing. I’m a lot happier now. Choosing Wellspring has changed my life!


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Since then, Wellspring has served more than 6,000 people.

When we started paying closer attention to what we were eating and how it was prepared, we decided to make some healthier choices. So we started buying more fruits, vegetables, and leaner meats and we’re trying to buy foods with less sugar and fats. It is tough to stick with these changes all the time, but we are committed to continuing the effort in the coming year.

Crescent House Residents and Staff

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Last year, Wellspring served 453 people through our Crisis Stabilization Services (CSUs) and provided supportive housing to another 140 people.


After I graduated from Ardery House, I found out that there was a place available at the Concord Apartments and I thought that would be a good choice for me. Now I know it really was the right choice! I have finally found my true home. Here, they have helped me through every phase of my recovery. They’re like my family and I feel loved and supported – I am so glad I chose to move here!

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Of 453 clients served in our CSUs, 97% were treated without hospitalization.

When I was chosen to be part of the Community Outreach team, I knew it would bring new challenges and new responsibilities. But as a Peer Support Specialist I am in the fortunate position of having addressed many of the issues our clients are grappling with. It’s very rewarding to use what I’ve learned to help others along their paths to recovery.

Woody – Certified Peer Specialist

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Of 453 clients served in our CSUs, 90% experienced a 20% or greater reduction in depressive symptoms.


Change is inevitable, yet we can’t always predict how or when it will find us. When I was offered the opportunity to move into a different role at Wellspring as Clinical Supervisor of the David J. Block Center, I made the choice to leave behind the identity I had carried for 5 years as the agency-wide Art Therapist and step into new waters. It was a daunting but exciting prospect and one I felt necessary to pursue for my continued growth. Choosing to create change can be a much different experience than having change forced upon us. I try to remind the clients I work with to look for the areas of their lives where they have the power to make effective choices for themselves, big or small. With this comes risk, of course, but also the reward of discovering your strengths.

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100% of Wellspring’s Journey House graduates experienced a decrease in psychiatric symptoms and moved into the housing of their choice.

I was on the road to destruction – I had been in 8 halfway houses and nothing was working for me. But when I first saw that name “Journey House,” I knew it would be the right place for me; I just knew that it was supposed to be a part of my journey. They taught me to be available and accountable, and to be willing to make the choices that I had to in order to recover. They loved me until I could love myself, and now I know I never need to look back – there’s so much to look forward to!


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100% of Journey House graduates had more than 12 months of sobriety.


With encouragement from Seven Counties Services, I chose to connect with Wellspring. They helped me to see how taking my meds could help me stay stable, and to embrace the positive impact they could have on my life. Now I have a job and I can function normally in my everyday life. I’ve also chosen to stay active in AA and now serve as a sponsor for four others in their recovery. What a difference – and what a great choice Wellspring was for me!

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With new innovations in medications and increased availability of supportive services, Wellspring witnesses the power of recovery every day as adults with mental

illness rebuild their lives and participate in meaningful ways in our community.


Wellspring has helped me in stabilizing my medication, which makes such a difference. And they’ve helped me develop the skills that I need in order to remain stable – plus reminding me that recovery from my illness, schizophrenia, really is possible. And now that I’m living in the new apartments, I am happier than ever that I chose to be a part of Wellspring.

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At Wellspring, we believe that recovery from psychiatric illness does not mean a cure; rather, it means developing a satisfying, hopeful, and

contributing life despite the presence of mental illness.

Willy – Certified Peer Specialist

I’ve learned the skills it takes to live with stability in spite of having a mental illness. I’m really pleased to now be helping some of our community’s most vulnerable members have a chance at recovery. Helping them see possibilities and make choices that can work for them helps me, too. I can look back at what I chose to do and how that helped me at the time, and see how all the choices together got me to where I am today.

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Our MissionTo promote the recovery of persons with mental

illness through leadership in the development of quality housing and rehabilitation services.

History and GrowthFounded in 1982, Wellspring works to improve the

lives of individuals with mental illness in our community. From Ardery House, our flagship site where Wellspring first began providing Transitional Housing, Wellspring moved on to developing permanent Supportive Housing and Independent Housing. In 1995, Wellspring opened Kentucky’s first Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), the Frank M. Gaines Center. A second CSU, the David J. Block Center, opened in 2007. In addition to our Jefferson County programs, Wellspring operates one site in Shelby County. Wellspring has been recognized as Kentucky’s pioneer in providing such services; indeed, Wellspring is the only such provider in this seven-county region.

PhilosophyAt Wellspring, we believe that recovery from

psychiatric illness does not mean 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.

StaffingAll programs are overseen by Wellspring’s Director of

Programs, Patrick Rhodes, MSSW, LCSW. Wellspring operates with a staff of over 100 professionals and para-professionals, and annually serves over 600 clients from Jefferson, Shelby, and surrounding counties. Wellspring’s staff is continuously trained in the best practices in the field of mental illness.

Service FeesCosts for Wellspring’s programs and housing rentals

vary according to site. However, all charges are based on a sliding fee scale.

Services and HousingWellspring offers a variety of programs that provide

a best-practices approach for our clients’ recovery. These include crisis stabilization services at two locations, two transitional housing programs, three highly supported permanent housing programs, and over 100 units of deeply subsidized rental housing, including supported apartments, independent apartments, and single-family homes.

Crisis Stabilization ServicesThe goal of Crisis Stabilization Unit programming is

to help clients in an acute psychiatric episode achieve stabilization and avoid hospitalization. Wellspring’s 2 CSU sites, the Frank M. Gaines Center and the David J. Block Center, provide a total of 16 crisis stabilization beds. This program serves clients 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 a CSU, clients 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

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“They stuck with me, and I stuck with them – and that’s what pulled me through.”

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Outcomes for FY 2011Crisis Stabilization Units Transitional Housing

( 5 0 2 ) 6 3 7 - 4 3 6 1

Frank M. Gaines Center CSU(502) 584-2870(502) 589-5369 fax

The Gaines Center Crisis Stabilization Unit, which opened in 1995, was Ken-tucky’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 As-sociation of Kentucky’s prestigious Philip P. Ardery Award, honoring ten years of urgent, ongoing psychiatric care and treatment in a community setting. The Gaines Center CSU houses eight men and women, in a home-like setting at the edge of downtown Louisville. Admissions are accepted seven days a week.

Ardery House(502) 637-4361 x19(502) 637-4490 fax

Ardery House opened in 1982. As our first site, it was named in honor of Philip P. Ardery, Wellspring’s founding board chair. This program helps indi-viduals who are leaving the hospital and/or experiencing homelessness achieve independent living. All par-ticipants have a diagnosis of mental illness; nearly half also have a co-occurring substance abuse disorder.

Ardery House provides room and board, life-skills coaching, social op-portunities, case management, and individual and group therapy for 13 men and women.

Journey House(502) 561-0003(502) 561-9086 fax

Wellspring opened Journey House in 1998 to address the needs of Louisville’s homeless women with co-occurring mental illness and sub-stance abuse issues who were falling through the cracks of a service system ill-prepared to simultaneously treat these illnesses. Most of these women are also victims of violence, and have experienced multiple failures in treat-ment and independent living prior to entering. Journey House is the first residential program in Kentucky specifically designed to serve this population; it accommodates 8 women. Staff is extensively trained in both mental illness and substance abuse treatment. The program provides in-tensive support to the women as they struggle with the issues of recovery from both illnesses.

453clients served

26clients served

22 homeless women served

82%achieve treatment goals

7 average length of stay,

in months

10 average length of stay,

in months

100% of graduates moved into housing of their choice

97% treated without hospitalization

72%experienced a 20% or greater reduction in

psychiatric symptoms

100% of graduates moved into housing of their choice

100% of graduates experienced a

decrease in psychiatric symptoms

90%experienced a 20% or greater

reduction in depressive symptoms

9 average length of stay,

in days

100% of graduates experienced a

decrease in psychiatric symptoms

100% of graduates were sober

with an average of 25 months of sobriety

Providing quality services has garnered Wellspring

an “exemplary” rating from the Kentucky

Department of Mental Health.

David J. Block Center CSU(502) 561-1051(502) 561-1089 fax

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, situated in downtown Louisville, serves both men and women. Admissions are ac-cepted seven days a week.

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StaffIndependent HousingSupportive Housing

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Supportive Housing(502) 637-4361(502) 637-4490 fax

Wellspring operates 3 supportive hous-ing programs that enable tenants with extensive psychiatric hospitalization histories to participate fully in the com-munity. In 2011, the 9-man Broadway House program, which opened in 1986, moved to new apartments south of Broadway. Concord Apartments, in the Hikes Point area, opened in 1987; it provides housing for 8 women in four two-bedroom apartments. Crescent House, a single-family home for 3 men, opened in 2003.

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

Independent Housing(502) 637-4361 x1456(502) 637-4490 fax

Wellspring provides over 100 units of deeply subsidized rental housing for adults with severe and persistent men-tal illnesses. Our tenants have very lim-ited 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 a variety of housing types and locations allow participants 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. Wellspring also provides scattered site, leased apart-ments, with supportive services, for 22 residents with mental illness who have been identified as chronically homeless.

Frank M. Gaines Center CSUMichael Markham, MEd

Clinical Supervisor

Ryan Schaefer, BS Program Coordinator

Megan Zoeller Art Therapist, ATR-BC

David J. Block Center CSUCarol A. Miles, LPCA, LPAT, MEd

Clinical Supervisor

Darryl Harris, BSW Program Manager

Ardery HouseHeather Marcus, CSW

Clinical Supervisor

Ericha B. Winters, BA Program Coordinator

Journey HouseCutia W. Brown, LCSW

Clinical Supervisor

Kathy Kelton, BS Program Coordinator

Broadway, Concord, and Crescent House(502) 499-9460(502) 637-4490 faxCresant Smith, LCSW, CPRP

Clinical Supervisor of Supportive Housing

Broadway House(502) 589-3432(502) 637-4490 faxKatie Scheurich, BA

Program Coordinator

Concord Apartments(502) 499-2278 (502) 637-4490 faxVicky Nallia

Program Coordinator

Crescent House(502) 897-6993(502) 637-4490 faxAnne Alexandra, MDiv

Program Coordinator

Independent HousingEric Cecil, BA

Community Support Specialist

Baxter Avenue Apartments 4 units in Phoenix Hill, 2004

Murray Avenue Apartments 4 units in the Highlands, 2002

Amity Apartments 12 units in west Louisville, 1989

Clover Hill Apartments 8 units in Shively, 1993

Patrick Henry Apartments 8 units in southern Jefferson County, 1992

Shelbyville Apartments 4 units in Shelby County, 1999

Single-family housing 3 single-family homes near downtown Louisville (1989–2002)

Wellspring Apartments 12 units in Old Louisville, 1987

Wellspring Bridge Apartments 8 units in downtown Louisville, 2008

Youngland Apartments 5 units in Shively, 1995

20residents served

95adults and their children,

including several families, served

100% reduction in days of psychiatric

hospitalization vs. the year before entering these programs

98% occupancy rate

100% of clients at Broadway, Concord and Crescent House involved in

community-based activities

Wellspring has also been cited as a model program in national

reviews of residential service providers.

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PO Box 1927 • Louisville, KY 40201-1927 • (502) 637-4361 •

Crescent Court Ardery House Frank M. Gaines CSU

Concord Apartments Journey House Single-family Housing

David J. Block CSU Single-family Housing Baxter Avenue Apartments

Murray Avenue Apartments Single-family Housing

Youngland Apartments Shelbyville Apartments

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A Message from Wellspring’s Leaders

There is a natural tendency as one approaches thirty to look back over your first twenty-nine years and ask soul-searching questions like:

“How have I changed?, What have I learned?, Where am I going?, Do I like what I have become?” Wellspring turns thirty this year and it is time to reflect upon and celebrate our rich history, and to think about and plan for our future. We have done both.

Wellspring opened its doors in March of 1982 because several strong community leaders saw a need and sought to make a difference. Phil Ardery, our founding Board Chair, was fond of reciting the proverb “it is better to light a candle, than to curse the darkness” as a way to describe those early efforts. Founding Wellspring was both visionary and practical. There was a significant need in our community that wasn’t being addressed, so our founders decided to create an agency dedicated to providing housing for persons with severe and persistent mental illness.

Wellspring has served more than 6,000 people since that day in 1982 when the first resident moved into the first residence in Old Louisville. Now Wellspring has nineteen sites and several more in the pipeline. We now have a broad array of housing and supportive services. For the most part, we own the housing, but in recent years we have expanded our reach by providing supportive services to persons in leased apartments as well. Last year we served over 450 people through our crisis stabilization services and provided supportive housing to over 160 others. We employ over 120 people in full and part-time positions and have a budget of over $3 million.

1. Cissy Mills – Secretary2. Margaret Pennington3. Jefferey M. Yussman – Chair4. Nancy Neill5. Trinity Campisano6. Alan K. MacDonald7. David W. Miles – Treasurer8. Melissa Routt9. Dawn Franklin Croft10. Paul A. Coomes11. Robert P. Bordogna – Vice Chair12. Meredith Brown13. Jackie Swigart, Ph.D.14. Greg Mayes15. Bill Friel16. Elmore “Ack” Willets, III

Not pictured:Dr. Christina TerrellGeorge Rapp, Jr.

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We have certainly grown over these past three decades! As we have grown, though, so has the need, and the original mission of the agency is as relevant today as it was in 1982.

Our founders could never have imagined the growth that we have experienced, but they knew that there was a great need for community-based housing for our fellow citizens with mental illness. In the middle of the 20th century, our regional mental hospital housed more than 2,000 people. Thankfully that census has dramatically decreased. Today being diagnosed with a mental illness doesn’t consign one to live out one’s days in an institution, segregated from society. For the most part, persons with mental illness live in homes and apartments just like the rest of us, and hopefully they have the supports they need to live full and productive lives. However, when those supports are missing or absent, too many fall through the cracks and end up homeless or incarcerated. Wellspring is committed to doing its part to bolster the integration and success of those among us living with these treatable brain disorders.

In many ways, this is a time for great optimism. Wellspring is firmly committed to a belief in recovery from mental illness. Science has yet to discover a cure for severe mental illness, but with new innovations in medications and increased availability of supportive services, we witness the power of recovery every day as persons with mental illness rebuild their lives and participate in meaningful ways in our communities.

To address the continuing needs, our Board and key staff worked together this past year to develop a new strategic plan that identifies our challenges and growth opportunities, and which serves as a guide for sustaining the agency over the next three years.

Wellspring’s updated strategic plan focuses on all of the key dimensions of our operations from programming, housing development, resource development, strengthening our infrastructure and financial position, and caring for our assets, from staff to facilities. This plan is helping to guide us in our continuing work; we are well on our way to achieving many of our strategic goals, and striving to achieve the rest.

The economy, however, is taking a real toll on those with the least, thus having a serious impact on many persons with mental illness who were just getting by even when the economy was strong. Consequently, the demand for our services and housing has grown over the past year. We are doing our best to keep pace with the need but we have an increasing number of people waiting for housing and supportive services.

Wellspring has many dedicated and talented staff members, board members, and volunteers, yet we still cannot meet all the needs without your continuing help (for which we have been so grateful over these past thirty years). Without you, Wellspring would never have been able to help and house 6,000 people, nor could we envision a future where all people with mental illness are able to join with us as fully contributing members of society.

With your committed help, we can continue to change lives, and in so doing have an increasingly positive impact on our little corner of the world because when our neighbors with mental illness recover, the entire community benefits! As such, we look forward to partnering with you over the next 30 years as we together work to improve the lives of those among us with severe and persistent mental illness!

Executive DirectorBoard Chair

Highlights from Wellspring’s 3-Year Strategic PlanProgramming & Housing• Gain accreditation

through CARF (Commission on the Accreditation of Rehab Facilities)

• Grow supportive services, programs, housing by 15%–20%

Finance & Infrastructure• Increase days of cash

reserves• Strengthen finances• Become an

increasingly competitive employer

• Open Wellspring’s first centralized headquarters

Resource Development• Increase fundraising

revenue• Heighten Wellspring’s

visibility in the community

Facilities Management• Augment staffing to

adequately maintain our housing

• Increase volunteer involvement to help beautify and maintain properties

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Statement of ActivityYear Ended June 30, 2011 (Audited)

Revenue Rounded Federal, State, & Local Government Grants 67% $2,384,416 Residential Services 6% $229,622 Contributions 5% $175,083 Special Events 4% $127,087 Metro United Way 3% $119,133 Apartment Rentals 12% $441,073 Investments & Interest 2% $56,887

Total Revenue 100% $3,533,301

Expenses Client Services and Supportive Housing 80% $2,853,782 Management and General 14% $505,221 Other Fundraising 6% $204,346

Total Expenses (Includes $157,000 depreciation) 100% $3,563,350

Current Year Increase in Net Assets ($30,049)

Statement of Financial PositionYear Ended June 30, 2011 (Audited)

Assets RoundedCash and Cash Equivalents $833,410 Grants and Accounts Receivable $892,016 Endowments $331,751 Other Assets $31,968 Property and Equipment, Net $4,377,301

Total Assets $6,466,446

Liabilities and Net AssetsLiabilities

Accounts Payable $103,247 Accrued Expenses $197,658 Other Current Liabilities $12,417 Mortgage Notes Payable $1,166,101

Total Liabilities $1,479,423Net Assets

Unrestricted $3,717,912 Temporarily restricted $941,411 Permanently restricted $327,700

Total Net Assets $4,987,023

Total Liabilites and Net Assets $6,466,446

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Legacy Society(Wellspring honors donors who have informed us of future gifts.)Ms. Meredith Wilson BrownMs. Nancy L. DoctorMs. Cissy MillsMs. Ethel H. O’Brien Designated FundMr. George Rapp, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jefferey Yussman

Chairman’s Foundation(Gifts $1,000 & over)Dr. Sarah AclandMr. William O. Alden, IIIMr. & Mrs. Philip P. ArderyDr. Melissa T. BarrettMrs. Nancy BellMs. Meredith Wilson BrownMr. & Mrs. Paul A. CoomesThe Evan Brown FundMr. George FabeMs. Sandra A. FrazierMs. Diane Lander-SimonMr. & Mrs. Alan K MacDonaldMs. Jane Bell McKuneMr. & Mrs. Lawrence J MehlerMr. James G MetcalfeMr. & Mrs. Mack MathewsMr. & Mrs. Ralph MillsMs. Ethel H. O’BrienO’Shea’s Family of PubsMr. & Mrs. Joe A. OwenMr. Mitchell PalmerDr. & Mrs. Gary E. PenningtonMr. George W. Rapp, Jr.Mr. Stephen R. Reily & Ms. Emily BinghamMr. & Mrs. Ted & Melissa RouttMr. Michael D RuddMs. Gail SandersDrs. Richard & Jackie SwigartMr. & Mrs. Elmore A. Willets, IIIThe Woman’s Club of LouisvilleThe Honorable & Mrs. John A. YarmuthMr. & Mrs. Jefferey M. Yussman

Leadership Circle(Gifts $500-$999)Bristol-Myers SquibbFirst Baptist Church of MiddletownMr. & Mrs. George S. Gibbs, IIIMr. Francis Cam HaganMr. & Mrs. Timothy HazlettJanssen Biotech, Inc.Humana, Inc.Dr. Hunt B. JonesMr. Robert E. Kulp, Jr.Ms. Nancy LamptonMrs. Eloise LogsdonMs. Katie McCarthyDr. & Mrs. Robert B. McFaddenDr. Alexander H. MooreMr. John & Dr. Laura S. Moore

NovartisMr. Tom O’NealDr. & Mrs. Richard D. RinkMr. & Mrs. Sheldon M. Rein

Sponsors(Gifts $200-$499)Mr. William O. Alden, Jr.Mr. & Mrs. Bennett Lee BertoliMr. & Mrs. Barrett BrownMr. & Mrs. Robert W. BrownMr. & Mrs. Bill FrielMs. Holly H. GathrightMr. & Mrs. John E. HillThe Rev. & Mrs. Richard H.

HumkeMrs. Katherine E. JohnsonKrogerRev. Michael A. LagerMs. Diane M. LaughlinMr. Pierce LivelyMr. & Mrs. Leonard LylesMr. & Mrs. Stanley K.

MacDonaldMs. Beverley MarmionMs. Krista A. MillsDr. & Mrs. Alton E. Neurath, Jr.Mr. James D. RobbinsMs. Ellen H. ShapiraMr. & Mrs. Franklin F. Starks, Jr.Ms. Joan H. ToddTwo Chicks & Co.University of Dayton

Mr. & Ms. John WestmanDr. John C. Wright, IIMr. H. Leonard Yates, Jr.Anonymous Donor

Sustainer(Gifts $100-$199)Ms. Mary Florence BarberMr. & Mrs. Lee E. BenovitzBoomBozz PizzaMs. Theresa A. BurksThe Honorable Deborah DeWeeseMr. & Mrs. Gregory FrederickMr. & Dr. Lee K. GarloveMr. & Mrs. Richard A. GoetzMr. & Mrs. Jeffrey L. HardenMs. Beth JurekDr. & Mrs. Clifford C. KuhnMs. Sharon A. LambLouisville Psychiatric Foundation, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. R. Fairleigh LusskyState Representative Mary Lou & Mr. Bill

MarzianMs. Maureen McDermottMr. John B. MeyersMr. & Mrs. Douglas L. MichaelMr. James D. MoyerMrs. Carolyn J. NeustadtDr. & Mrs. Thomas J. O’TooleDr. & Mrs. Kenneth H. RichmondMr. & Mrs. John M. ShaverMr. & Mrs. Art Sponsler, Jr.Ms. Donna Steen

Dr. & Mrs. William B. StodghillMr. John Trawick & Ms. Patricia ClareMr. & Mrs. Elizabeth Helm VoylesMrs. Louise R. WallMs. Judy WellsMs. Margaret Zurkuhlen

Capital CampaignMr. William O. Alden, Jr.Mr. & Mrs. Nolen C. AllenMr. & Mrs. Philip P. ArderyMr. & Mrs. Allan S. AthertonMr. & Mrs. William C. BallardThe William E. Barth FoundationMs. Edith S. BinghamMr. Bernard F. BlockThe David J. Block Foundation Mr. Andy Block Mr. Bernard F. Block Ms. Sarah Sheets Ms. Susan SutherlandMr. & Mrs. Robert P. Bordogna In memory of Rob BordognaMrs. Elaine Bornstein Mr. Ulysses L. Bridgeman, Jr.The Ellen T. Briggs Revocable TrustThe Evan Brown Memorial FundFrederick & Christine Brown Charitable FundThe James Graham Brown FoundationMs. Meredith Wilson BrownJ. McCauley Brown & Eileen Cooke BrownRobert & Rebecca BrownBrown-Forman CorporationThe C. E. & S. FoundationVan G. & Joyce V. CarlisleMs. Anne F. CaudillCenter for Special Needs Trust

Administration, Inc.Mr. Nelson E. ClemmensMs. Lee CochranThe Cralle Foundation, Inc.Crow Horwath The Dabney Family Fund In honor of George RappMr. & Mrs. James P. DaileyState Rep. Bob M. DeWeeseDr. & Mrs. Charles DobbsMr. George FabeFamily Allergy & AsthmaMs. Valerie FazioFitzio, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Carl T. FischerMelissa & Sanford FleckMr. & Mrs. William FrielMs. Louise GardnerMr. Stephen C. Gault In honor of William Friel and

Lawrence Mehler The Gheens Foundation, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Lee GrozaMr. H. David HaleWood & Marie Hannah Foundation

Ways to Give to WellspringDonors can support Wellspring’s work and

achieve their personal financial goals through an array of giving options:• Annual Fund Campaign• Endowments• Gifts Of Appreciated Assets• Life Insurance Policies• Planned Giving• Matching Gifts• In-kind Gifts

No matter what method works best for your personal situation, Wellspring’s Executive Director or Development Director can assist you in making an appropriate and effective gift. Please call us at (502) 637-4361, ext. 1450 or 1453, for answers to your charitable giving questions Gifts of any size are appreciated – every gift makes a difference!

Our DonorsJuly 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011

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Harshaw Trane FoundationMr. & Mrs. John HillThe Hilliard Lyons FoundationMr. & Mrs. Gregory A. HoeckThe Honorable Order of Kentucky ColonelsMr. & Mrs. Robert B. HornerThe Rev. & Mrs. Richard HumkeJacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts, Fifth Third

Bank, TrusteeMr. & Mrs. Charles JohnsonThe Honorable & Mrs. Brereton C. JonesMr. David A. Jones, Jr. & Ms. Mary Gwen

WheelerMr. David A. Jones, Sr.Mr. Steven D. KerrickMr. Donald F. KohlerArthur J. Lerman Charitable Foundation Inc.The Robert I. Lerman Family FundRobert Winthrop Charitable Trust In honor of Philip P. ArderyMr. & Mrs. Leonard E. LylesMr. & Mrs. Alan MacDonaldState Rep. Mary Lou Marzian & Mr. Bill

MarzianMr. & Mrs. Mack Mathews, Jr.Mr. & Mrs. Gregory E. MayesMr. & Mrs. Douglas H. McKellarThe Jessie Barker McKellar FoundationMr. & Mrs. Lawrence J. MehlerMr. James MetcalfeMr. David MettsMs. Sandy MettsMr. & Mrs. Ralph MillsDr. Laura & Mr. John MooreMr. Michael B. MountjoyMr. & Mrs. Thomas A. MusselmanMs. Nancy NeillMr. & Mrs. Theodore NixonMr. & Mrs. David NovakOfficeWareParadis Foundation Inc.Dr. Gary & Mrs. Margaret PenningtonMr. & Mrs. Steve PerkinsPublisher’s Printing Company, Inc.Mr. Stephen Reily & Mrs. Emily BinghamLouis T. Roth Foundation, Inc. In honor of Jefferey YussmanMr. & Mrs. Ted M. RouttMr. David B. Russell, CFMMr. Curtiss M. Scott, Jr.Sign-A-Rama, DowntownMs. Virginia SpeedThe Sumner Foundation, Inc. In honor of Samuel Greenebaum, IIITemple Bodley Stites, M.D.Drs. Richard & Jackie SwigartMr. & Mrs. Bosworth M. ToddMs. Susan TolliverMr. John I. Trawick & Ms. Patricia A. ClareMs. Jane Feltus WelchWellspring EmployeesWilliam E. Barth Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Elmore A. “Ack” Willets, IIIMs. Diane Wilson In memory of Evan BrownMr. Dick WilsonMr. Richard WilsonThe Wood & Marie Hannah FoundationWyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLPThe Hon. John A. & Mrs. YarmuthMr. & Mrs. Jefferey YussmanAnonymous

2011 Derby Preview Party SupportersMrs. Laura AlboviasMs. Katie andersonMr. Dave BakerDr. Billy BarclayMr. & Mrs. Michael BarrettBBandT Insurance Services, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Donald MacLean BellMr. Kevin BennettMr. & Mrs. Lee E. BenovitzMr. Stanley V. BenovitzMs. Carolyn BensonMs. Lisa BeunkerMr. Philip E. BevinsMr. & Mrs. Bernie BierbaumMs. Edith S. BinghamMs. Bonita BlackMaj. Gen. & Mrs. Carl D. BlackMr. Bernard F. BlockMr. & Mrs. Bob BonsuttoMr. & Mrs. Robert P. BordognaMrs. Elaine BornsteinMr. & Mrs. Boyd BosseBosse Mattingly Constructors, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Dennis D. BoydMr. & Mrs. John BoydDr. Howard F. BraccoMr. & Mrs. James BrammellMr. & Mrs. Robert BrodbeckMr. & Mrs. Barrett BrownMs. Meredith Wilson BrownBrown-Forman CorporationBusiness FirstMs. Lucille CaldwellMs. Trinity CampisanoMr. & Mrs. Joseph CantrellMr. & Mrs. Dennis CarrithersDr. & Mrs. David Allen CaseyMr. & Mrs. Greg ChapmanMr. & Mrs. Thomas M. ChesslerMr. & Mrs. Thomas B. ClarkMs. Mary Bruce CobbMr. & Mrs. Phil CollierMr. & Mrs. Bill CooperMs. Elizabeth CooperMrs. Dawn R. Franklin CroftMr. John CrumMs. Veneda DaltonMr. & Mrs. John DalyMr. Ross Davison

Ms. Marie E. DeverMs. M. Jean DeyeMr. & Mrs. Charlie DickenDeming, Malone, Livesay & Ostroff, P.S.CMr. & Dr. Charles W. Dobbins, Jr.Mr. Jordan C. DoepkeDr. & Mrs. Misty Jones DossMr. Brandon EganMr. John EganMr. & Mrs. Albert EntwistleFenwick Insurance Partners, LLCFifth Third BankFocal Point ProductionsMrs. Gordon FordMr. & Mrs. Raymond FryeFulfillment Concepts, Inc.Ms. Laura FultonMr. & Mrs. Doug GaskinsMr. & Mrs. Scott GilbertsonMr. & Mrs. Joe GleissnerMr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Gliessner, Jr.Mr. & Mrs. Brad GlotzbachMrs. Deborah GreenbergMr. Kevin GunnMr. & Mrs. Jeffrey L. HardenMr. & Mrs. W. Frank HarshawMs. Melinda HeckDr. Mary Ann C. HenryMr. & Mrs. John E. HillMs. Freda HoganMr. & Mrs. Lennie G. HouseHumana Military Healthcare ServicesMr. Jeff JarfiMrs. Elizabeth McConahy JenkinsMr. & Mrs. Vincent E. JohnsonMr. & Mrs. Bradley D. JonesMr. & Mrs. Richard M. KaukasMr. Phil KellerMr. & Mrs. Bob KrallMs. Diane M. LaughlinMr. & Mrs. Arthur J. LermanMs. Joanie M. LermanMs. Laura Krebs LewisMr. Mark LewisMs. Teri LloydLouisville MagazineMs. Joanne LynchMr. & Mrs. MabreyMr. & Mrs. Alan K. MacDonaldMr. & Mrs. Tim ManningMr. & Mrs. Mack MatthewsMs. Melanie McClishMr. Terrence McCoyMr. & Mrs. Terry McMahonMr. Chris MeriweatherMiddleton ReutlingerMr. & Mrs. David W. MilesMr. Greg MillerMs. Krista A. MillsMr. & Mrs. Ralph MillsDr. Brian L. MooreMr. & Mrs. Darrell L. Morris

Ms. Nancy MossMr. James D. MoyerMr. Jackson C. Mullins, IIMutual of AmericaMs. Nancy L. NeillMr. & Mrs. James A. NelsonMr. & Mrs. James NicholsonMr. John NolanMr. & Mrs. W. Allen NorthcuttMr. & Mrs. Mark O’BrienMs. Patti OgdenMs. Brittany ParrishMr. & Mrs. Constance J. ParrishMr. & Mrs. Michael PayneDr. & Mrs. Gary E. PenningtonMr. & Mrs. George G. PerkinsMr. & Mrs. Stephen PerkinsPNC Bank, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. John S. PooleMr. Rob PrinceMr. & Mrs. Ray Pryor, Jr.Dr. & Mrs. Norman D. RadtkeMr. J. D. Raine, Jr.Mr. George W. Rapp, Jr.Mr. Jerome RaqueResCare, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. James ReskinMr. Curt RichardsMs. Debbie RigrishMr. & Mrs. James M. RobertsMr. John M. RobertsonMr. & Mrs. Alan W. RolesRooibee Red TeaMr. Alan RosenbergMr. & Mrs. Harry J. Rothgerber, Jr.Mr. & Mrs. Ted & Melissa RouttMr. Sherman RuckerMs. Elizabeth B. RunyonMs. Mary S. SachsMr. & Mr. Kenneth SalesMs. Sheila A Schuster, PhDMr. & Mrs. John SchutteSeven Counties Services, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Alan ShrebtienkoMr. & Mrs. Dan SiebertMr. Matt SiebertSiebert & Johnson PLLCMs. Lanier SiewertsenMr. & Mrs. Michael SimonMr. & Mrs. Jay SkibinskiSpalding UniversityMs. Leslee SpauldingMs. Sue SpeedDr. & Mrs. James L. SublettMs. Patti SwopeDr. Allan TasmanThe Brook HospitalsMr. & Mrs. Carl M. ThomasToday’s WomanMr. Bosworth M. Todd, Jr.Todd-Veredus Asset ManagementTransformations

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Mr. & Ms. Tom TuckerUniversity of Louisville Depression CenterMs. Debbie ViceMs. Beth WagnerMr. & Mrs. Jerry WalkerDr. & Mrs. William W. Ward, Jr.State Rep. & Mrs. Jim WayneMr. & Mrs. Paul WesselMr. & Mrs. Elmore A. Willets, IIIMs. Brittany WilliamsMrs. Amy WilsonMs. Diane WilsonMr. & Mrs. Jon WolffDr. & Mrs. Lynn WomackMr. & Mrs. Michael A. WrightWyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLPYum! Brands, Inc.Mr. & Mrs. Jefferey M. YussmanDr. & Mrs. Steve Zeh

In-Kind DonorsFriends of WellspringAC Treasures Jewelry & GiftsActors Theater of Louisville Acudent LLCAesthetics in JewelryJose AlboviasLaura AlboviasSharron AlexandersmithAustin’s RestaurantBAG44 Custom Design HandbagsBaptist East/Milestone Wellness CenterPaula A. BerryBruce BestenBays BoutiqueBevins & Co. Landscaping/DesignBittnersBlink BoutiqueBluebirdheaven, LLCBluegrass MotorsportBoutique SerendipityDiane BrodbeckLauren & Barrett BrownMeredith Brown Browning’s Restaurant & BreweryBurdorf’s Furnishing & FlooringBusiness FirstCabot CreameryCarmichael’s BookstoreCardinal Wings AviationCarol anderson by Invitation (Cabi)Center Stage at Jewish Community Center

of LouisvilleGreg ChapmanChristina Robinson Artwork & DesignsChurchill DownsClassic Biplane ToursClay & CottonClodhoppers Clothing BoutiqueWhitney ConelyConsider BoutiqueBonnie CookLiz CoomesRoyce CruceDivasJenny & Mark Dobbins

Nancy DoctorMatt DowellThe Dressing RoomMargaret & Dan DryDwyer DesignScapesDynamic Chiropractic & RehabEmily’s Original ArtEquus Restaurant & Jack’s LoungeFocal Pointfou-fou FazooFrances Lee Jasper Oriental Rugs, Inc.Bill FrielFulfillment Concepts, Inc.Kristen GattshallGeneral EccentricGlittering PhotosGraeter’sBarbara HallLa Dona HallTraci HallJeff & Melodie HardenKaren HeadHeine Brothers’ CoffeePaul Victor HeitzCathy HinkoDan HoschKris & Frank HowerPat & Chris HowertonHumana Account Installation Volunteer

NetworkJ. Harrod’sThe Irish RoverChef Jeff JarfiJeff Rogers Photography, Inc.Jewish Community CenterJmtenn DesignsKarina’s JewelersKelly KarpKeeneland Association, Inc.Kentucky Derby MuseumKentucky Horse Park Kentucky Planning PartnersKingfish RestaurantsDiane Lander-SimonJoanie LermanLionart DesignsLittleface PhotographyLouisville BalletLouisville BatsLouisville Bedding CompanyLouisville MagazineLouisville Marriott DowntownLouisville Science CenterLouisville StonewareThe Louisville ZooAlan K. MacDonaldMartha & Steve MakelaMaker’s MarkHeather MarcusElmfors MillineryMr. & Mrs. Jerry MartinMasterson’s CateringMayan CaféKatie McCarthyMaureen McDermottTerry & Nina McMahon

Mike Linnig’s RestaurantMisobel DesignMy Raving Heart CoffeeNatural KneadsAndrew NaugleNikki Cummings JewelryNortheast Family YMCAThe Owl’s NookPaul’s Fruit Market Kathleen & Tom Payette PeacockPolished Salon & SpaJill & Bob PrugarPurple Rose HatsRandR LimousineRacing AdventureRafferty’sAndrew RamserResCare, Inc.Natalie RileyRooibee Red TeaSachs Investment GroupMorton & Kathy SachsSam Swope Auto GroupSeviche, A Latin RestaurantLanier SiewertsenSimply SilverAmberly SimpsonWayne & Cheryl SmithSol AztecasSouthwest Airlines Charitable Giving Spalding UniversityJeannie SpencerLucy Spickard The Sports & Social ClubSports Clips HaircutsSpruce Hill Nursery, Inc.Kim & Vic StaffieriState of the Art DentistryStephen PhotographySpeed StodghillStained Glass & MoreSue Lund Massage Therapy LLCThe Taft Museum of ArtDr. Allan TasmanToday’s WomanTrinity High School in memory of David J.

BlockTwo Chicks & CompanyUPSPhyllis & John WardPaul & Cathy WesselDiane WilsonElmore “Ack” & Cissie Willets, IIIYMCA of Southern IndianaZappos Fulfillment Centers, Inc.Za’s Pizza PubZimmerman Glass Art Factory

Gifts In Honor Of Philip P. & Anne S. Ardery

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. ArderyMs. Joan H. Todd

Philip P. ArderyMr. & Mrs. John T. BondurantMr. & Mrs. Edward S. Bonnie

Ms. Sheila A. Schuster, PhDJoseph & Anne Ardery

Mr. William BishopAmy Benovitz

The Honorable Sheila A. CollinsJulie Ardery & Bill Bishop

Mr. & Mrs. Philip P. Ardery, Jr.Tony Cecil

Ms. Joan H. ToddKathy Dobbins

Ms. Mary S. SachsNancy Doctor

Mr. & Mrs. Duane J. MurnerHelen Grohmann

Ms. Joan H. ToddBrenda Price

Ms. Cynthia C. SmithGeorge W. Rapp, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Craig GrantDr. & Mrs. John F. RoseDr. & Mrs. Peter E. TanguayMr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Wall, IV

Ms. Cornelia SerpellMr. & Mrs. Robert Yankovich

Richard & Jackie SwigartMr. & Mrs. Eugene Roos

Jackie SwigartMs. Sally L. KampsMr. & Mrs. Kenneth E. Loomis

Joan ToddMr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Bell, Jr.Mr. & Mrs. John R. Crockett, IIMr. & Mrs. N. O. GrohmannMs. Julia H. Stanton

The Todd FamilyMs. Janet C. Irwin

Peter WayneMr. Jefferey M. Yussman

Sheila & Patrick WelshDr. Janice W. Yusk

Gifts In Memory Of David J. Block

Mr. Bernard F. BlockRob Bordogna

Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. BordognaEvan Brown

Ms. Lisa Patrick LeetDelbert Crawford

Ms. Joan H. ToddDavid Egan

Mr. & Mrs. John Joseph EganMs. Hazelmarie HuffMs. Elizabeth OakleyPNC Wealth ManagementMs. Charlotte PriceMs. Louise SchulmanMr. & Mrs. Terry SullivanMr. & Mrs. Steve ThompsonMs. Joan H. Todd

Sarah FreyMrs. Eloise Logsdon

Steve GilpinMr. & Mrs. Mark Goeing

David GratehouseMs. Joan H. Todd

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John HaganMr. & Mrs. Richard T. BrownMr. & Mrs. Bob LuckettMs. Mary Pat MackinMs. Linda Goodwin MartinMs. Janet M. Reddington

Kris HansenMs. Katharine R. DobbinsMs. Jo Hansen

Tommy LuckettMr. & Mrs. Wayne Luckett

Robert LyonsMrs. Judy Lyons

Brent TaylorMr. & Mrs. Michael Blose

Sam ToddMs. Edith S. BinghamMr. & Mrs. N. O. GrohmannMs. Elizabeth W. Jones

Joanne VandrickMr. & Mrs. W. Joe Vandrick

Wellspring Volunteer Opportunities

There are so many ways to get involved with Wellspring – whether your passion and skills involve projects around the home and yard, cooking, grilling and throwing parties, or “collecting for a cause,” we have plenty

of opportunities for you!

• With all of our houses, there are always minor repair and painting jobs awaiting, and plenty of gardening to do, too. A fresh coat of paint always freshens up a home, and weeds never take a holiday!

• For those who love to cook, delivering a meal, a dessert, a pizza, or a brunch to one of our programs would be a real treat – our house cooks would love a break.

• Organizing a collection of items that are always in demand. Donated household cleaning supplies, personal care items, and paper goods can make a huge difference for both our programs and residents. Or, on a bigger scale, we often need help to furnish apartments for program graduates or homeless tenants moving into their own apartments.

• Be a Gift Card Genie – our residents and houses would love gift cards in small denominations from stores like Walgreen’s, Kroger, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, and any of the pizza delivery places! Form a team. Pick a month. Pool everyone’s change – you’d be amazed at how many gift cards you could get!

• Provide a Party – a birthday cake, a holiday celebration, a “picnic sack” full of hotdogs, chips, coleslaw, and brownies,” a “Movie Night” bag with popcorn, candy, and caffeine-free soft drinks. You get the idea – anything to make a day special.

• Adopt a “house” for the holidays! We’ll get residents’ “Wish Lists” and you get a group of friends to play “Secret Santa” and make their wishes come true.

• We always need gifts for our Celebration of Recovery and other special times throughout the year. Small treats like nice new personal care items, small electronics, computer games, hats/gloves/scarves/umbrellas, light-hearted DVDs and CDs, board games, arts & crafts supplies and kits, journals, drawing paper, drawing pencils & pens, etc.

• And then there are committees! If you’d like to serve on the Wellspring Derby Preview Party committee, our Annual Golfing Event committee, or another board committee as an adhoc member, we’d love to talk with you about our specific needs and see where your interests and talents would best be utilized.

• If you are interested in helping Wellspring help adults in our community who have a severe and persistent mental illness, please contact us – we’d be glad to help you with any of the projects that most interest you! Let us know of your interest via our website: or call 637-4361.

“To err is human, to forgive,


Alexander Pope

Every effort was made to correctly acknowledge the thoughtful individuals, groups, foundations, and corporations who supported Wellspring’s work through gifts given between July 1, 2010 and June 30, 2011. If a name has been omitted or misspelled, we would appreciate hearing of any needed corrections. Please contact the Development Office at (502) 753-1453 or (502) 753-1457.

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Annual Report TeamProduction Coordinator

Nancy L. DoctorContent Development

Melissa KratzerDesign

Scott GilbertsonPhotography

Rick Rhodes, Rick Rhodes Photography and Imaging, LLC

Printing Mr. Nicholas X. Simon and the team at Publishers Printing Co.

Additional thanks to the many Wellspring Board members, staff members and clients who contributed time and talent to this project.

About the ArtArt Therapy is part of Wellspring’s supportive services programming. Expressive Therapist Megan Zoeller provides instruction and encouragement to the program participants. The artwork featured throughout this report was created by Wellspring’s program participants.

Megan Zoeller, ATR.-BC“ I believe art, and other creative mediums, provide an alternative means of expression when words fail us. I feel art as a healing therapy offers our clients a safe place in which they can express themselves and their emotions in a concrete format. It is wonderful as an expressive therapist to witness and encourage Wellspring clients through the creative process towards improved physical, mental, and emotional health.”

CreditsCover Art – created by Scott GilbertsonInside Back Cover Art – created by KellyBack Cover Art – created by Geraine

Wellspring – Founded in 1982Wellspring promotes recovery from mental illness through leadership in the development of quality housing and rehabilitation services.

Wellspring annually serves over 600 clients who have a variety of psychiatric illnesses. We operate 2 Crisis Stabilization Units, 2 Transitional Housing programs, 3 Supportive Housing programs, and over 100 units of deeply subsidized rental housing.

Our Service Values Assure: Recovery-oriented programming, with the focus on client-centered, individualized care, and utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach to support our clients along their individual paths to recovery.

Our Housing Values Include:Facilitating our clients’ community integration and enhancing our neighborhoods by providing high-quality housing and individualized supportive services.

Our Community Values Require: Accountability through excellence in financial management, program practices and outcomes, and business and employment practices; all overseen by a volunteer board of directors comprised of community leaders, mental health professionals and concerned family members.

Our Collaborative Agreements Include: Seven Counties Services, New Directions Housing Corporation, the Family Health Centers’ Phoenix Health Center, the Coalition for the Homeless, the Metropolitan Housing Coalition, the Kentucky Mental Health Coalition, Bridgehaven, and NAMI-Louisville; we are also proud to be a participating member of the Metro United Way, and a Seven Counties Services affiliate agency.

Officers and Directors 2011/2012Jefferey M. Yussman – ChairRobert P. Bordogna – Vice ChairDavid W. Miles – TreasurerCissy Mills – SecretaryMeredith BrownChristina L. Terrell, M. D.Trinity CampisanoPaul A. CoomesDawn Franklin CroftWilliam FrielAlan K. MacDonaldGregory E. MayesNancy NeillMargaret PenningtonGeorge Rapp, Jr.Melissa RouttJackie Swigart, Ph.D.Elmore “Ack” Willets, III

Honorary Lifetime MembersPhilip P. Ardery, Founding ChairNancy B. BellRoberta FischerRev. Richard H. HumkeClifford C. Kuhn, M.D.Malcolm R. Mathews, Jr.Bosworth M. Todd, Jr.John I. Trawick

Management TeamKatharine R. Dobbins, LCSW

Executive Director

Robert L. Brodbeck Chief Operating Officer

Nancy L. Doctor Director of Development

T. Patrick Rhodes, LCSW Director of Programs patrick

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