BOARD OF DIRECTORS ExECuTIvE COunCIl Assistant Executive Director
Madonna Heights Services
Chairman Executive Director
Edward W. Stack Robert J. McMahon
Director of Institutional
Vice Chairman Special Assistant to the
Dennis E. Henchy Executive Director
Assistant Executive Director
Vice Chairman Family Dynamics and Selected
H. Craig Treiber Assistant Executive Director Programs
Secretary Gary Kipling
Photeine M. Anagnostopoulos
Director of Human Resources
Assistant Secretary Roslyn Marett
Cynthia King Vance
Chief Administrative Officer
Treasurer John Miller
Thomas N. Dufek
Assistant Executive Director
Programs for the Developmentally
Joseph M. Matarese Susan Moran
Assistant Executive Director
Yvette Arnold, RGS Mental Health Programs
Roger Bennett James Nyreen
Dorothy Brengel Assistant Executive Director
Vincent J. DeLaurentis Adolescent Services
Brian Edwards Douglas O’Dell
Joan Imhof Assistant Executive Director
Ellen Kelly, RGS Family Foster Care and Adoption
Paulette LoMonaco, RGS Mary Odom
Anne Sherman Assistant Executive Director
Stephen J. Tyree
Kelly Williams Dan Randazzo
Chairman’s Committee Chief Financial Officer
Keith Anderson Johanna Richman
Leonard Genovese Director of Finance
Dennis Hackett Amparo Robayo
Mary Paul Janchill, RGS
Stephen V. Murphy Assistant Executive Director
Special Assistant to the
Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Thelen
Renee Skolaski Anderson
William F. Tyree
Edward W. Stack Robert J. McMahon
Chairman of the Board Executive Director
Annually, we care for more than 30,000 of new York’s most vulnerable children and families. We accomplish this through
57 different programs in 9 core service areas. The common thread that runs throughout this long and varied list of
programs is our family focused mission that is at the core of every decision we make. More than a century of experience
has taught us that by strengthening the family we strengthen the individual and, in turn, the entire community.
In 2008, motivated by our ongoing commitment to meeting some of the most urgent needs in our communities, we
expanded our range of services for children and teens in foster care. We opened a Scattered-Site Supportive Housing
Program that provides affordable housing and support for teens as they age out of foster care. This program is based on
the premise that, even under the best of circumstances, few 18-year-olds are capable of living completely on their own.
Youth aging out of foster care, without family support, are likely to end up isolated, homeless and unemployed. We also
launched Bridges to Health, a program that links this population to a variety of health and mental health services and
allows them to maintain access to these services until they reach the age of 21.
For many teens, receiving a high school diploma can become another insurmountable challenge. To combat this, using
the Good Shepherd Transfer School Model, SCO opened north Queens Community High School to give teens who are
in danger of dropping out a fresh start. The inaugural graduating class received their Regents diplomas last June and we
will open a second school in September 2009.
As we work to strengthen our communities, another important factor is our ability to collaborate with our fellow
community-based organizations. This year, SCO became part of the Brownsville Partnership, an initiative of Common
Ground, to address the many issues that are associated with poverty in the high need Brownsville community. As a
member of the Partnership, SCO is providing a full range of early childhood programs — nurse-Family Partnership,
Parent-Child Home and Baby & Me. SCO is the first nFP program in the new York City area to be part of a larger
community-wide mission that brings together best practices in family and community development.
These are but a few of the high points of the year just completed. But we wanted to highlight for you some of the ways
that, with your help, we have been addressing the challenges in our communities. We also want to stress the fact that
none of this would have been possible without the combined commitment of a dedicated Board of Directors, the generosity of
foundations, corporations and individuals, and the tireless efforts and unparalleled professionalism of our staff. With your
help, even in these difficult financial times, we can continue to serve those who need us most. Thank you very much.
Edward W. Stack Robert J. McMahon
North Queens Community Tyree Learning Center
High School SCO completed construction of the brand new Tyree Learning
The inaugural graduating class of North Queens Community Center that allows the 73 children with developmental
High School received their diplomas in June. The school provides disabilities who live at St. Christopher’s Home to receive an
small classes and a supportive learning environment for 200 education in a beautiful facility designed specifically to
teens who would otherwise not complete high school. SCO is accommodate their needs.
will open a second school in September 2009.
“Like children everywhere, our children need
“This school has changed my life.” to have a quality education and that’s what
- Flavio, Graduate we’re giving them.”
- Eileen DiLauro, Principal
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Scattered-Site Supportive Housing Center for Family Life’s “Life
Even under the best of circumstances, few 18-year-olds are
capable of living completely on their own. Youth aging out of
Center for Family Life’s “Life Lines” program celebrated its
foster care, without preparation and support, are likely to end up
25th Anniversary this year. “Life Lines” is a free, nationally
isolated, homeless and unemployed. SCO’s Scattered-Site
recognized program that brings teens together through social
Supportive Housing program provides affordable housing and
work, the arts, and education. It promotes individual growth
transitional services for 36 young adults in Queens who have
and builds community.
recently left foster care and are at risk of becoming homeless.
“We’re there for young people who have “Life Lines has inspired me to go after
nowhere else to turn during this very difficult my dreams…of going off to college and
transition period in their lives.” becoming a lawyer. It’s inspired me…
- Mary Noto, Assistant Program Director
to be optimistic about life.”
- Daisy, “Life Lines” Participant
Family Dynamics’ Summer Madonna Heights’ “New Heights”
Enrichment Program Outdoor Challenge Course
The Family Dynamics Summer Enrichment Program served over This year, as it has for the past five years, Madonna Heights
550 children living in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn Residential Treatment Center offers “New Heights”, an outdoor
this summer. The program gives students the opportunity to learn challenge course, as part of its team-building curriculum.
about different cultures utilizing their academic, creative, and Based on the nationally recognized Project Adventure model,
artistic abilities. It culminated with their annual “Around the “New Heights” teaches self-reliance and teamwork. It gives
World” festival where children performed dances, songs and participants the tools to work cooperatively, challenge themselves
skits about the countries they learned about. in a supportive environment, improve their self-esteem and
explore creative ways to solve problems.
“This program has taught me love and joy,
and I take with me, my knowledge.” “New Heights has taught me how to
- Marcus, Program Participant communicate and not give up when I’m
frustrated. I’m still continuing to learn.”
- Krista, Student
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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR
New programs, events and dedications highlighted a year
that saw SCO reach out to more children and families than
ever before. Our mission is always at the forefront…
helping those in need.
Statements of Unrestricted Activities
Years Ended June 30, 2008 and 2007
Current year program revenue $180,941,374 $158,073,616
Prior years’ cost reimbursement adjustments $(586,570) $292,311
Net assets released from restrictions $2,629,604 $4,353,294
Total program revenue $182,984,408 $162,719,221
SUPPORT AND OTHER
Contributions and other income $2,318,488 $1,601,480
Interest and dividend income, net $720,053 $585,597
Realized and unrealized gains (losses) on marketable securities $(1,907,238) $2,684,146
Total Support and Revenue $184,115,711 $167,590,444
DIRECT PROGRAM EXPENSES
Contract programs $63,287,313 $52,502,864
Foster boarding homes $34,120,795 $28,939,017
Group homes $16,536,531 $15,772,814
Residential treatment centers $12,730,617 $10,561,597
Medicaid reimbursed services $11,287,819 $10,538,479
Residential treatment facilities $10,161,867 $9,986,286
Schools $8,151,785 $8,536,529
Individual residential alternative $7,915,221 $7,619,532
Intermediate care facilities $6,367,339 $6,073,891
Shelters $1,889,552 $1,832,990
Enhanced independent living $- $258,832
Total direct program expenses $172,448,839 $152,662,831
MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INDIRECT EXPENSES
Management and general $11,596,381 $11,605,922
Fundraising $433,504 $358,004
Total management and other indirect expenses $12,029,885 $11,963,926
Total Expenses $184,478,724 $164,586,757
CHANGE IN UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS $(363,013) $3,003,687
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Fiscal Year 2008
Programs in Administration
Public Schools 17.37%
Schools Disability Services
Family Counseling &
The commitment of our supporters and their belief in our mission is a beacon of hope to our most vulnerable
neighbors and a source of inspiration to our staff. SCO Family of Services would be unable to provide the level
of care we do were it not for the generosity of individuals, families, businesses and foundations throughout the
communities we serve.
“It is one of the most beautiful
compensations of life that no
person can sincerely try to help
another without helping
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Chairman’s Circle ($70,000 + ) Thomas & Nancy Dufek Thomas Heinimann
Bouchard Transportation E.B.C. Co. Higgins Fire Protection
Anne L. Peretz Epstein, Becker & Green, P.C. HSBC Philanthropic Programs
Julian & Josie Robertson Thomas & Michele Fanning Peter & Veronica Hunt
FJC Security Services Inc. Hunt Enterprises Inc.
Benefactors ($50,000 + ) Shawn & Carol Kelly ITG, Inc.
Lee & Cynthia King Vance Glen & Diane Levitan Jackson Lewis LLP
H. Craig & Lora Treiber Kevin & Theresa McAteer James G. Kennedy & Co., Inc.
Monterey Fund, Inc John R & Dorothy D Caples Fund
Stewards ($40,000 + ) Mutual of America JP Morgan Chase
Joseph & Rita Matarese Nike Inc. and Affiliates Jzanus, LTD
Douglas & Alison Schloss Northrop Grumman Lehman Brothers
The Tyree Company Jesse Peretz & Sarah Flicker Alfred & Mary Lepore
Bruce & Virgina Treiber Lutheran Health Care
Guarantors ($20,000 + ) Seabuck Towing Inc. Madison National Bank
Arrow Electronics Stuart Sharoff James & Elizabeth Maher
BlackRock Financial Management State Bank of Long Island Martin J. Racanelli Real Estate LLC
Benjamin S. Bram The Hanover Insurance Group Maspeth Federal Savings and Loan
Chem Rx Long Term Care Pharmacy Tweezerman International Corp. Montgomery Distributors LLC
Dennis Hackett Valero Marketing & Supply John W. Near
Lukoil/Getty Petroleum Marketing, Inc. Waldorf & Associates One Beacon Insurance
Madonna Heights Ladies Auxiliary Thomas & Danielle Walker Optimum Lightpath Inc.
McAllister Towing and Transportation Company Inc. Thomas & Mary Walsh George Pandel
NIC Holding Corp./Northville Industries Paul & Jeanne Kane Zaykowski Partners in Care
Seaboard Securities Piper Jaffray
James Stynes & Photeine Anagnostopoulos Patrons ($2,000 + ) Michael J. Pizzo
4C Foods Plaza Marine, Inc.
Aetna, Inc Peter & Crisler Quick
Sponsors ($15,000 + )
Armorica Sales, Inc. Racanelli Construction Co., Inc.
Dr. Philip Bonanno & Dr. Dorothy Whalen
Aventura Construction Services, LLC Roehrig Maritime
Leonard & Geraldine Genovese
B&P International Yehudah Rose
John Katzman & Alicia Ernst
Jonathan Babicka Michael & Catherine Rosen
TNT Scrap Metal
L. Jeffrey & Pamela Baldwin Sauvigne & Company LLP
Bank of America Kenneth & Lynn Sellin
Guardians ($10,000 + )
Beacon Therapy Sisters of the Good Shepherd
Astoria Federal Savings Bank
Bethpage Federal Credit Union Steel Equities
Atlantic Yards Development Co, LLC
Lester & Inge Brafman Steelstran Industries
Francis X. Baxter
Edward & Julia Brennan David Sunshine
Lynn Brenner Christopher & Nicole Suozzi
John & Joan D’Addario
John & Patricia Brown Joseph & Terry Sweeney
Robert & Peggy Gartland
BTIG, LLC The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.
Dennis & Annmaria Henchy
Bunzl New York Lewis E. Topper
Tim & Stephanie Ingrassia
C2G Environmental Consultants, LLC Scott & Joellen Treiber
Caddell Dry Dock and Repair Co., Inc. Turning Point
The Koehler Organization
Carrieri & Carrieri, P.C. UHY Advisors
Joseph & Laurel Mancino
Citibank, NA Vassalotti Associates Architects, LLP
Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippell LLP
Comax Manufacturing Corp. George & Marion Wafer
Edward & Christina Stack
Commerce Bank Warren Elevator Service Co., Inc.
William F. & Barbara Tyree
Crum And Forster Insurance Co. Wheatley Agency, Inc.
Tyree Travel, Ltd.
Christopher & Lois Curran Wilson Walton International
Weeden & Co., L.P.
James & Nancy De Bruin WLNY-55
Whitsons Culinary Group
James D. Deasy Womens Club of Flower Hill
David & Kelly Williams
Edward Debiasi WSW Holding LLC
Robert & Grace Del Gadio Donors
Champions ($5,000 + )
Designed Interiors Supporters ($1,000 + )
110 Sand Company
DiCarlo Distributors 599 Ralph Ave Development LLC
Ahmuty, Demers & McManus
Michael & Melissa Driscoll Emmet & Carroll Agoglia
E Trade Financial Aptra Corporation
Keith & Peggy Anderson
Farrell Fritz P.C. Wayne & Maryanne Archambo
Benjamin & Elizabeth Basil
Deborah Foley John & Toni Archibald
Alvin & Deborah Benjamin
Karen Freedman & Roger Weisberg Thomas P. August
Henry & Dorothy Brengel
Amedeo & Antonella Gabrielli Babcock & Brown
C & B Consulting Group, Inc.
John & Laurie Genovese Bill Wolf Petroleum Corp.
Tobias & Mary Caldwell
Michael Grieco & Christine Thorton-Grieco Joy Ellen Billhardt
Carbone & Malloy Inc.
Donald Gross Bleakley Platt & Schmidt, LLP
Richard Guerin, Jr. Bollinger Shipyards, Inc.
CB Richard Ellis
Harborside Financial Center Boy Scouts of America Troop 6 Glen Cove
CIBC World Markets
Mark & Lynn Haslinger Gene & Monica Topal McGovern
Vincent & Vicki DeLaurentis
Health Plus Brian B. Boehm, Esq.
Thomas Brodsky Metro Fuel Oil Corporation Bast Chevrolet, Inc.
Brown Diesel Works Co. Inc. Metro, LLC Doris A. Belovin
Arthur & Ann Bulgrin Millennium Alliance Group, LLC Gene & Pamela Bernstein
Andrew & Ann Carlson William J. Mitchell BK Engineering
Philip & Kathleen Catapano Mobile Veterinary Ultrasound & Endoscopy, PC Borovina & Marullo PLLC
Catherine Malandrino Montana Agency, Inc. Paul & Susan Bregman
Gerald & Kate Chertavian Brian & Eileen Moriarty Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local #1
John A. Cirando Martin Moroney David and Deborah Byrnes
CitiGroup Donald Morrison Mark & Patricia Caiazzo
Charles & Ellen Cogut Stephen & Victoria Murphy Eileen G. Caramagno
Claims Company Mutual Oil Co., Inc. Frank & Vita Cardullo
Connetquot West, Inc. Nat Sherman Inc. Doris Caridi
Jonathan Connors National Association of Alfred & Rose Carracino
Core Benefits Group, Inc. Women Business Owners of L.I. Casella Construction Corp.
Crest Hollow Country Club Barry & Barbara Novick Melanie Cassandro
Beth & Patrick Crossman Leonard & Melissa Novick Carol Cassel
John & Lois D’Alimonte Hugh O’Neill June Castelnuovo
Daniel M. Neidich and Brooke Garber Richard & Lisa Perry Catapano Engineering, P.C.
Foundation Prudence Plummer-Otway Richard and Terry Chapdelaine
Geoffrey & Eileen Dietrich Thomas Poole Clare Rose, Inc
Dover Marine Mfg. & Supply Co., Inc. PricewaterhouseCoopers Claudio’s Restaurant
Michael & Barbara Dubin Robert & Tracey Pruzan Common Cents Penny Harvest
Ecko Unltd (Discretionary Services LLC) Donald & Judith Rechler Peter & Barbara Cope
George & Sandra Engelke Robair Reichenstein & Jin K. Lee Corporate National Realty, LLC
Martin Schneider & Debra Fine Michael Reisman Crunch Time! Information Systems
Laurence Fink Sally Rose Paul & Nancy Cuneo
Thomas Fitzgerald Edward R. Sacks Tom D’Alessandro
Flushing Holding LLC Homer & Nora Schaaf Francis & Anne Darcy
Nicholas Fox & Cielo B. Buenaventura Derek & Patricia Schuster Laurence Denihan
John & Patricia Gallagher Richard & Linda Shaper Diet Delights, Inc.
Gator Supply Co., L.L.C. John & Patricia Sheehy DiFazio Electric, Inc.
James & Laura Gay Anne Sherman & Russell Langsam DJS Consulting Inc.
Paul & Kathleen Genovese Trevor Sobeck John & Denise Dolan
Larry & Elizabeth Gile Nancy Solomon Pauline Earle
Glen Head Country Club Christine Sperry East Islip Lumber Co., Inc.
Mr. Walter Gorman Joseph and Diane Steinberg Shelley Eisner
Sandra & Robert Hagan Christopher & Victoria Terenzi Emigrant Savings Bank
Bruce W. Harting Thomas & Catherine Thornton Engineers Local 138
David Hartnett TLM Associates Environmental Strategy Consultants Inc.
Lawrence & Rita Hochberg John & Carol-Ann Treiber Robert & Lorraine Estabrook
Island Pump & Tank Corp. Tri-State Paving, LLC Ferrara Bros. Building Materials Corp.
Island Transportation Corp. John & Helene Tsimbinos First National Bank of Long Island
John W. Stone Oil Distributors, L.L.C. Christopher & Doreen Tuohy Kevin H. Flagg
Arlindo Jorge Albert & Jacqueline Kos Robert & Lisabeth Fling
Junior League of Long Island Universal Group Plans Inc. Frank & Jo Floccari
Robert J. & Jane L. Katz Walter’s West End Supply, Inc. Charles A. Forte
Sharon K. Kilmer Warex Terminals Corporation Freehill, Hogan & Mahar LLP
Peter & Irene Klein Bonnie T. Webster Dana Frey
Knights of Columbus Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen, LLP Fruitco Corporation
KPMG Michael & Sharon Zambrelli Garden State Produce Distributors L.L.C.
L.T.L. Realty, LLC General Building Laborers Local # 66
Joseph & Barbara Labriola Members ($500 + ) Giambalvo, Giammarese & Stalzer, CPAS, P.C.
Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 8 Aboff’s Paints & Wallcovering David M. Gildea
Linda Lambert Heather Adams Larry and Elizabeth Gile
Mark & Debra Landis Helen Algerio Dorothy Giorgianni
Lee’s Tae Kwon Do Dorothy L. Allen Carl & Nina Girolamo
Michael Lewis George Anderson & Renee Skolaski Glen Cove Arena Taxi
Joseph & Arleen Lopez Kevin & Maureen Angliss Glen Cove Police Benevolent Association
Maccarone Plumbing Inc. Apollo International Corp. George Gleusner
Mack Truck Jan Michael & Sandra Aranoff John & Regina Glynn
Keisha A. Martin Kevin & Catherine Armstrong Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Maureen McAdam Ascension Lutheran Church Christine Graff
Gene & Monica Topal McGovern Atlantic Product Services Green Marine and Industrial
Peter & Jacquelyn McKenna Atlantis Petroleum Donald & Elayne Gregory
Thomas McMahon & Linda Gibbs Aufiero Painting Industries, Inc. Griffon Corporation
Brian McMahon Bank of Smithtown Ronald & Joan Halpern
Patrick Mcmahon Barker Aggregates, Ltd. Lillian Harfst
Paul & Sunniva McMenamin David & Diane Barrett Henrich Equipment Co., Inc.
Metro Environmental Services, LLC Nicholas & Kathleen Bartolomeo Spencer & Emmi Herman
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David C. Hodgson Schwing Electrical Supply Corp. The Heckscher Foundation for Children
HSBC Bank USA David & Sally Scialabba Hedge Funds Care
I.P.T., LLC David & Lisa Scro Independence Community Foundation
John & Joan Imhof Kenneth Seiferth The Ira W. DeCamp Foundation
J.A.M. Marine Services, LLC Shore Pharmaceutical Providers J.M. Kaplan Fund
James Stewart Painting Co. Shotmeyer Brothers Fuel Co. The John R. & Inge P. Stafford Foundation
Alison Jatlow Christopher & Ellen Smith John T. Underwood Foundation
John E. Hill Associates, Inc. Owen & Bernadette Smith Kaster-Sherman Foundation
Matthew Joseph Tyrone Smith Kenworthy-Swift Foundation
Kenneth Kirschner Anthony & Gilda Spataro The Kissinger Family Foundation, Inc.
Philip Korot Reginald & Coleen Spinello Kraft Employee Fund
KOSCO St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church Laura Jane Musser Fund
Landau, Arnold & Laufer Janick Stanszkis The Lessing Foundation of
Benny & Katherine Leto Status Data, Inc. The Ayco Charitable Foundation
Anita I. Levin Eric and Carolyn Stafford Stein Lion and Hare Fund
Libutti Jewelers Inc. Dr. Richard and Mrs. Ellen Stein Long Island Charities Foundation
Brad & Robin Litwak Paul & Valerie Stendardi Malcolm Gibbs Foundation
Alexandria Llompart Peter & Kathy Sullivan March of Dimes Foundation
Local 25 IBEW Alex & Nancy Swanson Mary J. Hutchins Foundation, Inc.
Merle Lynch Peter & AnnMarie Swerz The Milton V. Brown Foundation
Judith MacDonald Marcus & Elysabeth Tauber New York Community Trust
Michael & Jean Maimone The John Damien Vaccacio Memorial Fund New York Foundation
Main Street Motors Inc. Thirdview LLC New York Women’s Foundation
Manning Electric, Inc. Tully Construction Co., Inc. Newsday Help A Family
Joseph T. McLaughlin United Way of New York City Pajwell Foundation
Robert & Kathleen McMahon USMMA Athletics Association The Philanthropic Initiative
Chloe Milde Lisa Marie Utasi The Pinkerton Foundation
Modern Italian Bakery Gerard & Jean Vitale The Posillico Group Foundation
Sherwood & Phyllis Moe Vittoria & Purdy LLP Prudential Foundation
Francis & Suzanne Moore Donald & Claudia Vogel The Robin Hood Foundation
Steve & Mary Ann Mortati Kurt & Erin von Uffel Roslyn Savings Foundation
Brian P. Murray W & O Supply Inc. The Silverweed Foundation Inc.
Nassau County Fire Riders, Inc Mark & Julia Warner Simon & Eve Colin Foundation, Inc.
Raffiq Nathoo & Michele Balfour Nathoo WCC Tank Technology Inc. The Starr Foundation
Robert R. Nemeth Wealth & Tax Advisory Services Inc. The Robertson Foundation
NYS Association Nassau Chapter for Kuno & Irmgard Weckenmann Theodore Luce Charitable Trust
Superintendents of School Buildings & Grounds Reginald & Christine Willcocks Tides Center
Martha Offerman Mrs. Catherine Winkoff The Tiger Foundation
Charles & Linda Ogeka James & May-Lynn Wojcik The TigerShark Foundation
Lisa O’Kelly Ziff Brothers Investments The Treiber Family Foundation, Inc.
OMNTEC Mfg., Inc. United Way of New York City
Oyster Bay Lions Club FOUNDATIONS Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program
Park East Construction Corp. The Altman Foundation The WellMet Group
Christopher & Silvana Pascucci America’s Second Harvest Whitey Ford Children’s Foundation Inc.
Andrew & Donna Paymer Anonymous
Angelo & Audrey Pegno Arthur Dubow Foundation
John & Adrienne Pileski The Asher and Deborah Fensterheim Foundation
Harriet Plaskow Bahnik Foundation Inc. II
Douglas Polak Banfi Vintners Foundation
Whitney Posillico The Barker Welfare Foundation
Margaret M. Price Bell-Hoving Family Foundation
Pride Solvents and Chemical Co. Bollinger Foundation
Thomas & Stacy Purchase Capital One Foundation, Inc
Martin & Rochelle Racanelli Carnegie Corporation of New York Donors
Evelyn Racaniello Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, Inc.
Racher Press Inc. Charles Hayden Foundation
Rechler Equity Management LLC Child Welfare Fund
Marcia Reilly The Clark Foundation
Frank & Frances Renna Credit Suisse Americas Foundation
Harold & Bernadette Rochelle Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
George & Nanette Rosenberg Ethel & W. George Kennedy Family Foundation
Carol-Ann Ross Felix and Elizabeth Rohatyn Foundation
Rynkar, Vail & Barrett, LLP Frances and Jack Levy Foundation
Luan & Lily Sadik Frank J. Antun Foundation
Nicholas & Alice Salerno Futures & Options for Kids
Marsha Schauder Garden of Dreams Foundation
Janet Scheiner Grace J. Fippinger Foundation
Carol Ann Schwartz Greehey Family Foundation
Charles & Ann Schwing Harry & Rita White Foundation, Inc
SCO Family of Services is New York’s largest child and family services agency — touching the lives of over
30,000 children and families with a variety of needs throughout Long Island and New York City.
Founded in 1895, SCO has been transforming lives for more than a century.
Developmental Homeless Services Family Counseling and
Disability Services Community Services
We help people with We provide temporary We provide a comprehensive
developmental disabilities shelter while working to help range of services to sustain
realize their full potential individuals and families break and nurture the family,
and become participating the cycle of dependence. ensure the well-being of the
members of their community. community’s children, and
create an environment where
youth can emerge as
confident, capable adults.
Early Childhood Foster Care and Youth Services
We give families the tools We move families from crisis We empower youth to
they need to successfully to safety, using a family- overcome obstacles on the
nurture their babies by centered approach that path to self-sufficiency while
offering dynamic programs facilitates the successful working to rebuild family and
focused on early childhood community connections.
reunification of children and
development and family
Mental Health Services Schools Programs in
We provide the support and We run special education We provide after-school and
coping skills emotionally schools and schools for community enrichment programs
disturbed children and young at-risk teens, providing in Brooklyn and offer attendance
adults need to live and educational opportunities improvement programs in
function in their for children and young Brooklyn and Queens that
communities. adults who face a variety focus on identifying and
of challenges. removing barriers to students
attending school regularly.
Center for Family Life Family Dynamics Madonna Heights
Center for Family Life is Family Dynamics is Services
a community-based committed to protecting Madonna Heights offers
organization offering a wide children and strengthening residential, community,
range of social services and families in central Brooklyn mental health and outreach
programs for children, youth through programs and services to adolescent girls
and families in Sunset Park, services that build on the and women in need on
Brooklyn. strength of the family and Long Island.
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Port Jefferson Riverhead North Sea
Northport Suffolk Southampton
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Developmental Disability Youth Services
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Early Childhood Programs Programs in Public Schools
Foster Care & Adoption Executive Offices
. Major Sites
SCO since 2000.
for 1,617 children
shelter for 1,200
2007-2008 Revenues: $184 Million
2006-2007 Revenues: $167 Million
Administrative Costs: 7%
People Served: 30,000+ Annually
Areas Served: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island
One Alexander Place • Glen Cove, NY 11542 • www.sco.org • 516.671.1253