Freedom Creating freedom from addiction De Paul Treatment Centers 2009 Annual Report DE PAUL TREATMENT CENTERS WORKS WITH INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES TO CREATE FREEDOM FROM DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTION. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mark Charpentier Board President Kaiser Permanente Vice President Marketing, Sales, & Business Development Gary Branden Wells Fargo Bank Vice President & Sr. Trust Officer Bridget Barton David Culpepper President-Elect Thede Culpepper Moore Munro & Silliman LLP Dennis Doherty Vice President, Beecher Carlson Insurance De Paul is our dedicated Board of Directors with FAITH in our mission and the INTEGRITY to guide our organization. De Paul is our employees whose CREATIVITY and LOVE make this a healing place for the men, women, youth and families who enter our doors 365 days a year. De Paul is our donors and funders who TRUST us by investing in our organization. De Paul is HUMILITY, learning, and mindful that we don’t change our clients, they change themselves. De Paul is RESPECT for each man, woman, youth, and family on their journey towards recovery. De Paul is 30,000 alumni who had the COURAGE to ask for help. Christine Gibert Miller Nash LLP James E. Hayes Applied Mechatronics Naomi Levelle-Haslitt Miller Nash LLP Jay Minor Highway Contractor De Paul is a partner working in UNITY with many other organizations to create an opportunity for recovery and a safe and healthy community. FAITH, INTEGRITY, CREATIVITY, LOVE, TRUST, HUMILITY, RESPECT, COURAGE, AND UNITY ARE THE VALUES THAT SHAPE OUR CULTURE AND INFLUENCE OUR WORK CREATING FREEDOM FROM ADDICTION. Austin Raglione In this report you will find some highlights of the last year, heartwarming stories, and the goals we have set. Keith Witcosky Thank you, Secretary-Treasurer Portland Development Commission Michael Smith Alumni Liaison Sam Wheeler Sheila North M.A., M.F.T. Wheeler Foundation 3 Board of Directors FREEDOM REQUIRES FAITH Treatment at De Paul is based on the belief that substance use disorders develop within the context of an individual’s heredity and environment. We view addiction as a complex, chronic and treatable illness. We believe that all individuals have within them innate health and the capacity to recover. Over 30,000 people have been served by De Paul since its incorporation as a independent non-profit in 1978. We respect and recognize the uniqueness of each individual and the need for individualized treatment. We utilize all available community resources and work collaboratively to support the ongoing recovery of our clients. Our treatment services utilize the best evidence-based practices and implement a unique integrated approach. GOALS TO CREATE FREEDOM FROM ADDICTION Decrease Stigma of Substance Use Disorders Partnerships with Primary Care Rapid access to Treatment Family Oriented Services Full Continuum of Care Patient Centered Care Recovery Oriented Services Nationally Accredited FAITH 4 FREEDOM TAKES COURAGE De Paul served 507 youth in 2009. Female Outpatient 115 Male Outpatient 218 Female Residential 60 Male Residential 114 $10,000 sponsors a youth to complete residential treatment. $5,000 sponsors a youth for 1 month of residential treatment. $1,000 sponsors 30 individual outpatient or 20 family therapy sessions. YOUTH & FAMILY CENTER The De Paul Youth & Family Center in Northeast Portland provides a respectful and welcoming environment for youth, families and the community. It is the only residential drug and alcohol treatment available to ALL youth in northwestern Oregon. ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL The accredited De Paul Alternative High School was established in 1990 and has been a part of the Portland Public School System since its inception. The school’s curriculum is creatively designed to inspire confidence in learning. We provide intellectual enrichment in support of recovery for our students. $100 sponsors 1 youth to attend 5 outpatient group sessions. FREEDOM IS A CREATIVE ACT “I remember the exact moment that I realized I wanted to be clean and sober. Since that day I started to work on myself and embrace myself everyday. Coming to De Paul was the biggest step I ever took and it has changed my life forever, even if I wanted to I couldn’t live like I did before...I have chosen a different path in life, a sober one. There is one quote that I remember the staff at De paul telling me, ”Don’t give up five second’s before the miracle.” Julie, De Paul Youth Client 5 Courage / Creativity HUMILITY PAVES THE WAY TO FREEDOM De Paul served 1,643 men and women in 2009. Female Outpatient 353 Male Outpatient 830 Female Residential 192 Male Residential 268 Client Demographics: Asian 3% African American11% Hispanic 7% Native American 3% Other / None 4% Caucasian 72% According to the recent 2009 client survey, 89% of all De Paul clients agree that they are satisfied with the overall quality of care De Paul provides. 7 ADULT TREATMENT - Residential / Outpatient Treatment is based on a "services model". We work with our clients to create fully individualized treatment plans based on their strengths in key life areas, their stage of change and stage of recovery. Services: Alcohol and Drug Education Recovery Counseling Mental Health and Emotional Well Being Support System Enhancement Community Reintegration Health and Self-care Education Case Management “Since the age of seven I had not experienced more than two months of sobriety. My life revolved around fueling my drug habits. I lived under the Burnside Bridge for years and was unemployable due to my substance use disorder. Locally I was known as a trouble maker. My life was a mess and I knew if I did not seek help I would be lost forever. De Paul saved my life. De Paul helped me realize that I have the abilities and capabilities necessary to lead a fulfilling and happy life without the use of drugs. There’s a saying that I learned during my stay in residential treatment, “Keep the plug in the jug.” It really helps! I face temptations everyday, but De Paul helped me realize that I am strong enough to make the right decisions. Thank you De Paul.” Randy, Adult Residential Client HUMILITY FREEDOM IS RESPECTING YOURSELF AND OTHERS FREEDOM TO LOVE, AND BE LOVED FAMILY SERVICES “My dream is to successfully complete treatment here at De Paul, move to a new city and have the opportunity to be an active parent in my daughter’s lives.” - De Paul Client “The world is mine to love.” - De Paul Client “The most rewarding thing about working for De Paul is watching people transform right before your eyes. The courage you actually see within these individuals when they confront their pain is inspiring.” - De Paul Staff Member Addiction is a family disease that creates dysfunction and chaos in all dynamics of family life. De Paul, through a grant from Meyer Memorial Trust, developed and launched a new integrated family therapy program that provides a continuum of care for the individual, family, and support of others. Free education sessions for families and community Affordable treatment and consultation Individual, couple, family and group psychotherapy Trauma treatment Self help groups Skill development groups focusing on conflict resolution, forgiveness and communication Aftercare services and referrals A family member does not need to be in treatment to receive family services De Paul Integrated Family Therapy provides the necessary tools for healing the entire family system. “I dream of freedom, not phsyical but mental. I dream of a day when drugs become a distant memory. I dream of a day when I’m beauty unto my own eyes. I dream.” - De Paul Client 9 LOVE FREEDOM IS TRUST FREEDOM INSPIRES UNITY COLLABORATION WITH COMMUNITY PARTNERS META served 290 homeless youth in 2009, 119 female youth, 165 male youth, and 6 transgender youth. META Demograhpics African American 13% Hispanic 11% Native American 4% Other / Mixed 16% Caucasian 56% Every year there are approximately 1,682,900 homeless youth in the United States. 11 Project Metamorphosis (META) is a community partnership based program designed to provide culturally specific drug and alcohol services to Portland’s homeless youth populations. De Paul Treatment Centers, Janus Youth, Outside In, New Avenues for Youth, and the Native American Youth & Family Center all collaborate together to encourage homeless youth to exit the street life with innovative outreach, customized youth friendly services, mental health treatment, and education. DIVERSITY De Paul has implemented and currently maintains a cultural diversity plan that addresses both recruitment and retention of culturally diverse personnel and Board Representatives, as well as culturally competent service provision for clients. When we are open to learning about people from other cultures, we become less lonely. Prejudice and stereotypes separate us from individuals and whole groups of people who could be our friends and partners working to improve our health, and working towards freedom. UNITY FREEDOM IS POSSIBLE WITH INTEGRITY FREEDOM AWARD The 10th Annual De Paul Freedom Award was presented to Ken and Joan Austin. Over 400 people honored the Austins by attending the luncheon raising over $180,000 to support youth treatment. Event Chairs: Gary Branden, Christine Gibert, Naomi Levelle-Haslitt Sponsors: Ken and Joan Austin, Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund, A-dec, Inc., O’Donnell Clark & Crew LLP, Sam Wheeler, The Wheeler Foundation, Cascade Corporation, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the NW, Columbia Helicopters, LifeWise Health Plan of Oregon, Northwest Medical, Union Bank of California, Thede Culpepper Moore Munro & Silliman LLP, Beecher Carlson Insurance, Hazelden Springbrook, Jay Minor, Jim Phelps and Mikey Herring, Mark Charpentier, Miller Nash LLC, Oregon Partnership, Oregon State University, Patrick Lockhart, Providence Health & Services, The Partners Group, and Wells Fargo Private Bank GOLF TOURNAMENT Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club hosted the 7th annual De Paul Treatment Centers Charity Golf Tournament. Over 100 golfers and volunteers enjoyed a fabulous day on the course and raised over $32,000 to support the De Paul Youth & Family Center. Event Chairs/Committee: Pat Lockhart, Gary Branden, Darin Campbell, Tiffany Bailey Sponsors: Thede Culpepper Moore Munro & Silliman LLP, Victory Group & Darin Campbell, McKinstry, Ivory Trading, Magnum Opus, Lockhart Realty Advisors, Ron & Liz Christensen, Sirrah Corporation, and ZRT Laboratory. SPECIAL THANKS TO DENNIS DOHERTY INTEGRITY 12 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION June 30, 2009 Temporarily Unrestricted Restricted Assets: Cash on hand Investments Contracts receivable Accounts receivable Contributions receivable Intra-organizational receivables (payables) Deposits and prepaid expenses Property and equipment Total assets Total $ 1,174,014 267,188 137,736 2,500 (258,048) 24,751 3,645,320 13,385 258,048 - 171,803 - 1,174,014 185,188 267,188 137,736 2,500 24,751 3,645,320 $ 4,993,461 271,433 171,803 5,436,697 197,937 446,647 44,003 39,616 - - 197,937 446,647 44,003 39,616 728,203 - - 728,203 619,938 3,645,320 - - 619,938 3,645,320 - 271,433 - 171,803 271,433 171,803 $ 4,265,258 271,433 171,803 4,708,494 - - - - $ 4,993,461 271,433 171,803 5,436,697 Liabilities: Accounts payable Accrued payroll and related expenses Deferred revenue-programs Deferred revenue-special events Total liabilities Permanently Restricted $ Net assets: Unrestricted: Available for programs and general operations Net investment in capital assets Temporarily restricted for program development, capital, and technology acquisition Permanently restricted for endowment Total net assets Commitments and contingencies Total liabilities and net assets 13 FINANCIAL STATEMENT FINANCIAL SNAPSHOT REVENUE Contributions 8% EXPENSES Client Fees 5% Admin 12.5% Fundraising 1.5% Program Services 86% Service Fees 87% Service Fees Contributions Client Fees Investment Return Other $ 7,087,867 692,013 373,071 17,772 36,891 Program Services Administration Fundraising $ 7,003,426 905,271 105,129 Total $8,207,614 Total $8,013,826 CLIENTS SERVED BY CATEGORY OF CARE Youth Residential 12% Youth Outpatient 14% Adult Outpatient 43% Adult Residential 31% FINANCIAL SNAPSHOT 14 DONORS Each year with the compassion from individuals, foundations, corporations, and grants De Paul has the opportunity to make people’s lives and our community a better place. Thank you for your generous contributions. Marci Abel Dominic & Mary Cathrine Albanese Gary & Melinda Alton Brad Anderson Erik Anderson Michael & Claire Arthur Victor & Dolores Atiyeh David Auila Jordan Bader Nichole Baenen Brett Balch David Bangsberg Thomas Barella Janet Barlow Bridget & Curtis Barton Dick Barton Amber Bathon Louanna Battams James Baxendale Patty Beehler Phillip Bennett John & Patricia Bentley Axel Bergman Jim & Lori Beseda Dave Blaydon John Bonn * Sylvia & Bob Bouneff John Branam Gary Branden Christine Branden Michelle & Ivan McLean Robyn & Tim Brewer John & Peggy Brockamp Vernon Brown Merilee Brown ** Grace Bruns * Steven Bunnage Scott Burleigh Robert & Kathleen Burtchaell Dale & Linda Campbell Richard & Maureen Cantlin Barbara & Barry Caplan Charles &Suzanne Carlbom * Nancy Carlin Casey Brenda Carpenter 15 Some donors have requested anonymity. John Charmley Mark & Linda Charpentier John Cheek Ron & Liz Christensen Mary Clark Richard & Tracey Clark Linda Cobb Micheal D. Collins Ann Condon Izzy Covalt & Vail Palmer Ken Cowdery Laurie Crandall-Bass Meloney Crawford-Chadwick Steve Crew Scott Crosby David & Marie Culpepper James & Linda Dalrymple William Dalton Kathleen Daly Mark De Francisco David Dedrickson Dale & Mary Catherine Diloreto Florence Dolan ** James & Mary Dooney Wendy Downes ** Walter & Monica Duddington Manus Duffy Lloyd Duncan Stuart Durkheimer Gary & Nora Dvorak ** Steve & Eshter Edgren Carrie Eisenbrandt Jack & Marie Eiting Mitzi Ellis Roger Emrich & Nancy Whitaker-Emrich Michael & Penny Fahey * Robert & Chris Farentinos Eugene Feltz Carol Fenstermacher F. W. & Suzanne Fields Richard Fink Thomas Foley & Hollis Welss Leo & Dolores Fonatine Orcilia Forbes Terry & Stacy Forrest DONORS Herb French * Roger & Sarah Friedel Christina & Dan Friedhoff John Frischkorn Joanne Fuller Linda Gaeth Keith Gainer Eric Gambee Susan Gayfield * James Gersbach Barbara Gibbs & Robert Difranco Christine Gibert Kerry & Diane Gilbert Ralph Gilbert & Vince Gilbert * Patrick Gilmore ** Steve Goebel Sarah Goforth * Kenneth & Diana Golden ** H. Winston Goodbody Sonny & Gena Gorasht ** Mary Kate Graham Michael Grahek Austin Gray Janice Groff Andrew Guiteras C. Robert & Georgia Douglas Kate Hall * Robert & Marion Hango Chris & Heidi Hankland Paul Hansen Peter Hansen Kathy Harris Roscoe & Debra Harrison Gary & Lynne Hartshorn Lisa Hauptli Edmund Hayes Joseph & Eleanor Heinz Elizabeth Henry Kenneth Hergenhan Bret Hessel Margaret Hill * Jeff Hockely Stephanie Holland & Chris Bouneff Ralph & Carolyn Holland Monie Holmes * Made donation in honor. ** Made donation in memory. DONORS Jake Hopkins Julianne Hopkins ** Mary Horton Richard & Geneva (Joan) Hoy Kathryn Hoyt Janice Hughes Gerald & Beth Hulsman Ken Hume Stephanie Hunter Andrew Jamieson * Donald & Dana Janigian Richard Jensen Mark & Jean Johnson Bonnie Johnson Ron Joy Shane Kaptur Joe Kara Herbert Kawashima Neal & Virginia Keefer Loura Keesis George Kelly Angela Kimler Bruce King Don & Marian Knight Clayton & Donna Knodell Mark Knudsen Julie & Karl Koroch Rob Kremer Ed Kropp * Lawrence & Lynn Krupa Richard Kubiniec Ronald Kunze Andy & Patricia Lange Marian & Rex Larson Matt Larson J. P. & Sharon Leary Peter Leineweber Dennis Liebman Joyce Liljeholm Patrick & Rosemary Lockhart Kerry Loehr Julie Long Robert & Laurie Lusk Robert Macer Frank & Pamla MacLean Les Madden Marissa Madrigal Marlene Majovski Steven & Chelsea Mandler Andrew Mates * Christopher Matthews Some donors have requested anonymity. Joe & Glenna McAlonen Michael McBarron * June McCandless Paul & Sally McCracken Dwane & Barbara McDougall Peter McGoey Teresa McMahill J. McMullan & Patircia Dunahugh Kevin McPhail Max Merlich Page & Lynn Mesher Ava Mieher Amy & Sam Miller Andrew Miller & Kelly Muskat Theo Miller James Milne Jay & Duff Minor David & Robin Minor John Mohlis Cynthia Mohn Deborah Monk Allen Mulanax Chris Munro Warner Munro David Munro John & Megan Murphy Father Timothy Murphy Roger & Darlene Myers * Lisa Naito Kathryn Neely Madeline Nelson Richard Ness Sheila North James Obrien Craig O'Connol Anthony & Angie Oehlert Alan O'Kain * Keri & David Olin Mark Olsen Norman & Sherri Olson Dan Olson Jim O'Rourke Peggy O'Rourke Piper Park Jerry & Sandra Parsons Nick Parsons James Pasero Zack & Geralyn Patterson James Patterson Janice Peterson Steve Plass DONORS Doug Porter Rachel Post * John Powers Norene Quam Douglas Querin Paula Radich T. Austin Raglione Sheila Reilly Edwards * Richard Reiten Jess Richardson James Riley James & Shirley Rippey Kathleen & David Ris Robert & Sandra Robinson ** John & Charlene Rogers Maria Rojo de Steffey & Dan Steffey Barb Roloff Don Romanaggi Carole Romm Donald Rood * Pete Samson Arthur Sasse Rob & Karen Sederstrom Alex Sember Marvin & Linda Seppala Michael Shaw Steven Shaw Sarah Shelley Louis Shulstad Amy Silliman & Guillaume De Bergh Portia Sipes Michael & K'Lynn Smith Dean Sprecher Dan & Helen Stancil Eric Stander Tiffany Stark Charles Steinback Andree Stevens Marybeth Stiner Gary Strachan Deana Strunk Marko Susnjara Henry Swigert Joseph & Sarah Tennant James Thayer Jeffrey Thede Donald Tyer Ann Uhler & L. Coates Tyler Vandemarr Janice & Donald Venable Carol & Robert Vial * * Made donation in honor. ** Made donation in memory. 16 DONORS Nate Waddle Joshua Walker Bob & Liz Warren Gregory Washington Leslie Watts Tobin Weaver Margaret Weil ** Henry Wessinger * Harold Westby Ben Westlund Charles & Lori Wheeler Thomas & Jill Wheeler Samuel Wheeler Victoria Wheeler ** Ward White Michael Whitesel * Robert & Barbara Wiest C. N. & Dolores Winningstad Keith Witcosky Jeff Woods Leslie Young Lisa Youngreen CORPORATE & FOUNDATION DONORS ACS - Tualatin A-dec, Inc. ADW Concrete LLC Applied Business Concepts Back to Basics Bader Management Solutions, LLC Bank of the Cascades Beaverton Foods, Inc. Benge Family Foundation Broughton & Mary Bishop Family Advised Fund Cascade Corporation Clark Family Foundatin Clutter Properties, LLC Columbia Helicopters, Inc. Costco Wholesale - Clackamas D & L Electric, Inc. Donna P. Woolley Trust Eiting Foundation Employees Community Fund of Boeing Portland Environmentally Conscious Recycling Equity Foundation Eric Gambee Construction Everyday Deals, Inc. FM Global Foundation George Fox University Global Impact Glory Foundation GoodSearch.com Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation Hazelden Springbrook Honzel Family Foundation Hoover Family Foundation Innovative Landscaping Integrated Data Irving Levin and Stephanie Fowler Fund of the OCF Ivory Trading Co. 17 Some donors have requested anonymity. Jageer & Erwert, General Contratcors LLC JKW Lumber Company Johnson Air Products Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation of the OCF Juan Young Trust Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the NW L & L Exhibition Management, Inc. Labworks NW Lamb Foundation LifeWise Health Plan of Oregon Living Yoga Local Independent Charities of America Lululemon Athletica Maxwell PR, LLC Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund MCS Financial Advisors Meyer Memorial Trust Mountain Pacific Appraisal, LLC Nike Employee Matching Gift Program Northwest Medical Inc. NW Natural O'Donnell Clark & Crew LLP ODS Companies Off the Wall Magnetics Oregon Community Foundation Oregon Jewish Community Foundation Oregon Partnership OSU Foundation Pacific Power Foundation PacificSource Health Plans PCC Prep Altnerative Programs PGE PGE Noon Meeting Pioneer Waterproofing Portland Nursery Portland Rotary Charitable Trust Donors * Made donation in honor. ** Made donation in memory. CORPORATE & FOUNDATION DONORS Portland Women's Luncheon Providence Health & Services Providence Portland Medical Foundation Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club Robert D. & Marcia H. Randall Charitable Trust Robert W. & Marjorie C. Chandler Fund of the OCF Robert W. Mulligan Co., Inc. ROK PROPS, INC. Saltzman Family Fund of the Oregon Jewish Community Samuel S. Johnson Foundation Samuel T. & Mark K. Naito Foundation SBA Services, Inc. Schlesser Decking Co. Skellenger Transfer Spirit Mountain Community Fund St. Martin de Porres Trust Standard Insurance Company Stumptown Coffee Roasters Talbot, Korvola & Warwick, LLP Terra Global The Felt Hat, Inc. The Grotto The Partners Group The Victory Group Thede Culpepper Moore Munro & Silliman LLP Timber Valley Tobaccos Trust Management Services Union Bank of California United Way of the Columbia-Willamette Valmont Coatings/Pacific States Galvanizing Wells Fargo Bank Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Western States Chiropractic College Wheeler Foundation Wyss Family Foundation Wintz Family Foundation PROJECTS FUNDED STAY - Sustaining Treatment for At-Risk Youth Many of our youth clients need a transitional time in which they are able to step-down from full-time residential care to intensive outpatient treatment providing an opportunity to gradually reintegrate into their homes and communities. The STAY program allows our youth clients to live at our facility during the week while being able to return to their homes and communities on weekends. By staying connected to their therapists and peers in recovery during the week and integrating gradually with their families on weekends, these youth are more likely to sustain recovery upon completion of treatment. Integrated Family Therapy The affect of addiction tends to be widespread. Those connected to the addict are often profoundly impacted and the struggle to cope and adjust to the chaos produced which can be overwhelming. Understanding how family members are affected by chemical dependency is crucial for treatment and recovery and for restoring balance and well-being throughout the family. De Paul’s family therapy combines a family systems approach with individualized treatment for substance use disorders by engaging families from their first call for help through early recovery and aftercare. GED Program Career Counseling GED Program Career Counseling provides low-income youth with drug and alcohol addiction the opportunity to prepare for and take the GED examination. The GED preparation program is an important element in serving our population of at-risk teenagers and giving them the tools they need to succeed in a clean and sober lifestyle. We have therefore established a standard that they pass practice exams in all five of the subject areas before being sent to take the exam. This year we had 76 youth participate in the GED Program with a total of 1,200 hours of tutoring in 50 weeks. Some donors have requested anonymity. Donors 18 GOALS TO CREATE FREEDOM FROM ADDICTION DECREASE STIGMA OF SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS PARTNERSHIPS WITH PRIMARY CARE RAPID ACCESS TO TREATMENT FAMILY ORIENTED SERVICES FULL CONTINUUM OF CARE PATIENT CENTERED CARE RECOVERY ORIENTED SERVICES FREEDOM IS...DE PAUL.
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