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SCO FAMILY OF SERVICES ANNUAL REPORT 2006 SCO Family of Services C a r i n g f o r Pe o p l e • C o m m i t t e d t o Fa m i l y • C o n n e c t e d t o C o m m u n i t y HOW WE WORK THE SCO CONTINUUM OF CARE SCO Family of Services provides a caring continuum of programs to help New York’s most vulnerable children, families and individ- SCO Family of Services uals. We deliver direct services to more than 30,000 people each year at more than 120 locations throughout New York City and C a r i n g f o r Pe o p l e • C o m m i t t e d t o Fa m i l y • C o n n e c t e d t o C o m m u n i t y Long Island. Since SCO Family of Services was established in 1897, we have been serving the needs of impoverished children and families. Our partnerships with government, foundations, individuals, and other neighborhood agencies allow us to help those in need. Learn more about how we help: www.sco.org Locations January 2007 LOCATIONS JANUARY 2007 Legend Bronx 69 1 — 20 Services for People with Developmental Disabilities 93 35 21 — 36 Homeless Residences & Services 37 — 45 Family Counseling & Preventive Services Manhattan 113 46 — 49 Early Childhood Education 119 Foster Care & Adoption Services 50 — 57 42 80 Ottilie Fulton Street 37 54 Campus 58 — 88 Services & Homes for Teens Family Services 96 62 5 89 — 98 Mental Health Services & Residences Center 38 91 92 94 100 83 98 21 71 33 48 Queens 115 61 79 78 70 99 — 104 Schools 34 3 4 19 114 23 81 7 105 — 123 Programs in Public Schools NEW YORK 117 118 51 122 46 36 95 55 49 121120 102 64 74 75 22 116 57 6 76 8 47 50 104 68 82 77 65 60 63 58 Executive Offices Center for 34 39 66 116 59 Major Sites 74 Family Life 42 40 76 108 67 45 84 105 106 72 9 107 53 44 123 Genovese 73 85 Please note: In addition to these program sites, SCO oversees more than 109 112 43 103 86 Family Life 1,000 foster homes throughout the metropolitan area. 110 111 Center Brooklyn Staten Island Family Dynamics Greenport Gr np G Brentwood Madonna Services Heights Center M Montauk Services 17 Po Jef Port J ort Jefferson o 16 Riverhead erhead iverhead th Sea North S 28 99 15 1 h Northport Suffolk Glen Cove G C 11 29 13 S Southampton 2 18 53 56 12 24 27 26 91 20 Westhampton Beach We 31 Nassau 25 30 32 88 89 90 101 14 port B lport Bellport e p ea emps ead He pstead 10 a Babylon Ba ylon L denh Lindenh hurs hurst h Lin enh LONG ISLAND Long Beach MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD AND THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DEAR FRIENDS, Here at SCO, we provide services that are highly specialized and tailored to the unique needs of children and families. We have a reputation and a passion for helping populations who are too often underserved and overlooked. This year we continued and expanded our commitment to those in need. We experienced many exciting achievements in 2006. We opened a new state-of- the-art Early Childhood Center to serve young families in the high-need Bedford- Stuyvesant community. We launched SCO Works – an internship program that gives job opportunities to teens coming out of foster care. And perhaps our proudest achievement was passing the rigorous accreditation process of the Council on Accreditation for Children and Family Services with an outstanding rating of 99.26%…a testament to the dedication and abilities of everyone in the SCO organization. Please take a moment to learn more about some of our other programs and highlights and see what’s in store in the coming months. Our supporters and partners can and do rely on us to deliver the highest quality of services with the greatest efficiency possible. Ninety-three cents out of every dollar SCO receives goes directly to help children and their families. We have one of the lowest administration rates in the social services industry. Our dedication to the work we do carries through to the way we run our organization. Ours is a large and diverse array of services. The needs are complex. The solutions are rarely easy or immediate. It is difficult work, but it is also very rewarding. We look forward to facing the challenges in the coming year with the same passion and conviction that we always have. And with your continued support, we will bring hope to thousands more children and families in our community. Sincerely, Douglas Schloss Chairman of the Board Robert J. McMahon Executive Director  SCO Annual Report FOSTER CARE AND ADOPTION SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH We move families from crisis to safety, using DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES a family-centered approach that facilitates the We help people with developmental disabilities realize successful reunification of children and their families. their full potential and become participating members of their community. On a daily basis, we provide temporary homes for more than 1,300 children in foster homes across the Our continuum of services for people with developmen- metropolitan area. tal disabilities includes group homes, a residential treatment center, specialized foster homes and family- Always, our goal is to provide permanent families for based support services across Queens, Brooklyn, and children. In 2006, 245 children were safely returned Long Island. home and we facilitated more than 130 adoptions. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES SERVICES AND HOMES FOR TEENS We work to empower youth to overcome obstacles on AND RESIDENCES the path to self-sufficiency. We provide the support and coping skills emotionally disturbed children and young adults need to live and Our 30 community residences for teens include resi- function in their communities. dences for teen mothers and their babies, group homes for teens facing extraordinary challenges and homes for Our continuum of services for this population includes GLBTQ youth. Ottilie — a psychiatric residence for teens in Queens, group homes, family based support services and com- OUR CONTINUUM We work with these young people to help them rebuild family and other connections, establish supportive new munity aftercare support. OF CARE relationships with caring adults and build community connections so that they can return to the most HOMELESS RESIDENCES AND SERVICES We provide temporary shelter while working to help family-like setting possible. individuals and families break the cycle of dependence. SCO Family of Services delivers more than 100 programs throughout New York City and Long FAMILY COUNSELING AND We operate three shelters in Brooklyn for homeless and runaway teens. We have nine shelters for women and PREVENTIVE SERVICES children on Long Island. We also operate three family Island. We strive to strengthen the foundation of We provide a comprehensive range of services to shelters in Brooklyn, one in the Bronx, and have sever- sustain and nurture the family, ensure the well being of al more on the drawing board. families by meeting the unique needs of each the community’s children, and create an environment individual through our broad array of leading and where youth can emerge as confident, capable adults. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION innovative community based programs. These services are concentrated in three communities: Bedford Stuyvesant (Family Dynamics), Sunset Park We give families the tools they need to successfully Our core service areas include: (Center for Family Life) and Northwest Queens. nurture their babies. We provide Family Enhancement Services for birth par- SCHOOLS ents with children in Foster Care. We developed “Baby We give children and young adults the tools they need and Me”, a developmental play group for parents with to succeed. children in foster care as well as for intact families from the communities we serve. “Baby and Me” helps We operate 3 special education schools serving the parents build healthy attachments with their young children who reside at our Ottilie and Madonna Heights children. Campuses and at St. Christopher’s Home in Sea Cliff. We also operate two schools for at-risk teens and an additional two schools are currently on the drawing board for Queens. PROGRAMS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS We provide After-School and Community Enrichment programs in two Brooklyn neighborhoods – Bedford Stuyvesant and Sunset Park. Our after school, evening, and weekend services work with more than 4,000 children and families under the auspices of Family Dynamics and the Center for Family Life.  SCO Annual Report 2006  NEW EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER OPENS IN BEDFORD-STUYVESANT SCO opened an Early Childhood Center at 1221 Bedford Avenue. In addition to providing programmatic strategy and funding, Robin Hood Foundation made possible the design and construction of the new 5,000-square-foot center that is home to three programs focused on early childhood develop- ment. One of the programs, Nurse-Family Partnership, is a strategic initiative in Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Anti-Poverty Plan. ACS AWARDS $1.1 MILLION TO CREATE MORE “FAMILIES FOR TEENS” SCO is the largest provider of foster care services in New York. Because of our expertise in this area, the NYC Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) awarded an additional $1.1 million to SCO to enhance our foster fam- ily recruitment, training and services for teenagers. SCO PASSES RIGOROUS ACCREDITATION PROCESS WITH FLYING COLORS The Council on Accreditation (COA) partners with human service organiza- tions worldwide to improve service delivery outcomes by developing, apply- ing, and promoting accreditation standards. In 2006, SCO received an out- standing rating from COA – fully complying with 99.26% of all COA stan- dards. “SCO WORKS” GIVES YOUTH JOBS – BUILDS LIFE SKILLS AND SELF-ESTEEM SCO operates a network of residences and supervised apartments for young adults in need of temporary respite, including youth in foster care. SCO pro- HIGHLIGHTS vides a variety of on-site services for youth designed to help prepare them for independence. In 2006, in partnership with the Heckscher Foundation, SCO 2006 launched “SCO Works” – an internship program that gives our young people job opportunities. For most of our youth, these are their very first jobs and the very first paychecks they have ever earned. In 2006, SCO Family of Services again experienced exciting growth that allowed us to expand our programs, FAMILY DYNAMICS EXPANDS FAMILY REHABILITATION PROGRAM further enhance the quality of our services, and extend The Family Rehabilitation Program is a preventive program that helps fami- our reach to more children and families in need lies facing substance abuse problems. The program includes both in-home services such as one-on-one counseling and referrals as well as center-based throughout the metropolitan area. services such as parenting workshops, anger management groups and other support groups. ACS recently collaborated with Family Dynamics to expand its program to reach an additional 30 families per year. MADONNA HEIGHTS STUDENTS TAKE TOP HONORS IN ART CONTEST Students in the therapeutic arts program at Madonna Heights School took first place in the Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County’s 10th Annual Visual Arts Competition. Also, numerous works were selected for exhibition at Nassau Community College. CENTER FOR FAMILY LIFE ADVOCATES FOR NEW SCHOOL IN SUNSET PARK The Sunset Park High School Task Force – which our youth leaders helped organize – became a catalyst for the groundswell of support and media coverage for the long-needed public high school in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. In a ceremony on the site of the future high school, the governor, the mayor, and other elected officials came together to sign the legislation necessary to ensure that the Sunset Park High School is realized by 2009.  SCO Annual Report 2006  STATEMENTS OF ACTUAL UNRESTRICTED EXPENDITURES ACTIVITIES YEARS FISCAL YEAR 2006 ENDED JUNE 30, 2006 REVENUE June 30, 2006 June 30, 2005 AND 2005 Current year program revenues 141,087,161 128,195,563 Prior years’ cost reimbursement adjustments 531,291 436,408 Net assets released from restrictions 4,163,895 3,644,540 schools Total program revenue 145,782,347 132,276,511 6.20% administration mental programs 7.16% health in public DIRECT PROGRAM EXPENSES schools services + residences 2.87% Contract programs 45,707,425 34,667,955 10.38% Foster boarding homes 24,976,240 26,333,582 services for Group homes 13,407,051 12,586,897 people with developmental Medicaid programs 9,436,460 10,007,036 disabilities Residential treatment facilities 9,617,847 9,314,723 18.79% Residential treatment centers 9,698,759 9,282,080 Individual residential alternative 7,325,997 6,948,249 Schools 7,934,884 6,781,425 Intermediate care facilities 5,912,551 5,616,345 services + homes Shelter programs 2,172,896 2,132,783 for teens Enhanced independent living 1,046,872 992,401 12.92% Total direct program expenses 137,236,982 124,663,476 Management and Other Indirect Expenses homeless residences + services Management and general 10,306,381 8,985,609 13.64% Fund raising 278,741 252,875 Total management and other indirect expenses 10,585,122 9,238,484 Total expenses 147,822,104 133,901,960 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS FROM OPERATIONS (2,039,757) (1,625,449) family counseling foster care + + preventive services Contributions and Other Revenue adoption services 7.05% 20.44% * Contributions and other income 1,395,403 1,737,019 early childhood education Interest and dividend income, net 620,984 625,705 0.55% Realized gain or (loss) on sale of marketable securities 0 51,999 Change in unrealized appreciation of investments 593,713 417,251 _________ _________ Total Support and Other 2,610,100 2,831,974 Surplus 570,343 1,206,525 * Note: Donations restricted to program, amounting to $5,135,529 for the fiscal year ending on June 30, 2006, are listed on page 4 of our audited financial report. For a complete copy of this report, please call the Development Office at 516-671-1253.  SCO Annual Report 2006  Chairman’s Circle - ($35,000+) Cantor Fitzgerald and Co. Lynn Brenner Mr. & Mrs. Keith Anderson C & B Consulting Group, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John J. Brown Anonymous Chem Rx Long Term Care Bunzl New York Benjamin S. Bram Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Caldwell Anne L. Peretz CIBC World Markets Thomas P. Callan Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Schloss Patricia L. Cook Capstone Business Credit LLC Credit Suisse Securities, LLC Carbone & Malloy, Inc. Benefactors - ($20,000+) Deutsche Bank Carrieri & Carrieri Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Genovese Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Dufek Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Catapano Dennis Hackett Lori & Laurence Fink CitiGroup Madonna Heights Ladies Auxiliary Freddie Mac Comax Manufacturing Corp. Seaboard Securities, Inc. Goldman, Sachs & Co. Jonathan Connors The Treiber Family Foundation Ben Golub Countrywide Securities Corporation Mr. & Mrs. H. Craig Treiber Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Henchy Crompco Corporation The Tyree Company HSBC Global Markets Patrick F. Crossman, Esq. Whitsons Culinary Group JP Morgan Chase Dahlman Rose & Co. Ellen & Rob Kapito Mr. and Mrs. James de Bruin Stewards - ($15,000+) Kelso & Company Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Photeine M. Anagnostopoulos & LaBranche & Co., Inc. DeLaurentis James Stynes Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lepore Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Deasy III Astoria Federal Savings Marathon Asset Management Mr. and Mrs. James D. Deasy Mr. and Mrs. Gandolfo V. MarketAxess Holdings, Inc. E Trade Financial DiBlasi, Esq. MKP Capital Management, LLC Farrell Fritz P.C. Getty Petroleum Marketing, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen V. Murphy Karen Freedman DONOR LIST Josephine W. Kixmiller Koehler Masonry Corporation New York Recyclers Nomura Securities Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Gartland 2006 Guarantors - ($10,000+) International, Inc. Northrop Grumman Old Westbury Golf & Country Club Good Shepherd Provincialate Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grgich A. Govoni Backhoe Services, Inc. Dr. Philip Bonanno and Optimum Lightpath, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Haupt Dr. Dorothy Whalen Jesse W. Peretz Higgins Fire Protection Citigroup Global Markets, Inc. RBS/Greenwich Capital Markets John E. Hill Associates, Inc. Colonial Wire & Cable Co. Ralph Schlosstein & Jane Hartley Mr. and Mrs. Peter K. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. John D’Addario Skadden, Arps, Slate, ITG, Inc. Lehman Brothers Meagher & Flom, LLP Jackson Lewis LLP Richard A. Lenon State Bank of Long Island John Jennings Links Trading LLC Steel Equities John Katzman & Alicia Ernst Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mancino Thomson TradeWeb Sharon K. Kilmer Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. McAteer Tyree Travel, LTD Christie & Scott D. Krase Merrill Lynch UBS Investment Bank Gloria & Richard Kushel Morgan Stanley Vassalotti Associates Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Labriola Mr. & Mrs. William F. Tyree Architects, LLP Leerink Swann & Company Mr. and Mrs. Lee Vance Wachovia Capital Markets Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Lopez Bonnie T. Webster Ketty & Francois Maisonrouge Patrons - ($5,000+) Wheatley Agency, Inc. Maspeth Federal Savings Aetna, Inc. and Loan Ahmuty, Demers & McManus Partners - ($2,000+) Maxcor Financial, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William Ahmuty III Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. McMahon 4C Foods Corp. American Manhasset Metro Environmental Services Joseph Azznara Amherst Securities Group Mutual of America Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Bader Mr. & Mrs. Scott Amero Mr. and Mrs. John W. Near Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Bahnik Arnone, Lowth, Fanning, Michael J. Pizzo Mr. and Mrs. L. Jeffrey Baldwin Wilson & Liebowitz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Purchase Bank of America Banc of America Securities, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Peter Quick Bank of New York Barclays Capital RBC Capitol Markets Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Benjamin Mr. & Mrs. Francis Baxter Gregory G. Riley Bethpage Federal Credit Union Bear, Stearns & Co, Inc. Rivkin, Radler LLP Bloomberg BlackRock Financial Management Rochdale Securities LLC Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bolander BNP Paribas Rothco Jonathan D. Bram Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brengel Edward R. Sacks Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Brennan  SCO Annual Report 2006  Dr. and Mrs. John Franco Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sass The John R. & Inge P. Angelina R. Schad Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Ford Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Tyree Mr. and Mrs. James Frey Jean-Paul Saulnier Stafford Foundation Signature Bank Mr. and Ms. Nicholas A. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tully Mr. and Mrs. James P. Gay Mark Schlau Kenworthy Swift Foundation Susan Sinclair Fusion Architects UHY Advisors Mr. and Mrs. Randall Gianopulos Martin Schneider & Debra Fine The Kissinger Family Foundation, Inc. Joyce Spincola Mr. and Mrs. Amedeo Gabrielli Mr. and Mrs. John B. Walsh Glen Head Country Club Dr. and Mrs. Derek V. Schuster Long Island Charities Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Stack Mr. and Mrs. John Genovese Walter’s West End Supply, Inc. Good Shepherd Services Sherlock Homes Realty Corp. The Malcolm Gibbs Foundation, Inc. Susquehanna Financial Giambalvo, Kilgannon, Giammarese Warren Elevator Service Co., Inc. Richard Guerin, Jr. John Slowik and Victoria Hamilton Mary J. Hutchins Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Sweeney Glen Cove Police Benevolent Mr. and Mrs. Kuno Weckenmann Mrs. and Mr. Margaret Guttieri Status Data, Inc. Members Handicapped Childrens Tahoe Advisers Association Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Wenger Mr. and Mrs. Martin Halbfinger David Sunshine Fund, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Treiber Dr. and Mrs. Michael Grieco Wilmington Products USA Stephen M. Halperin Sutton & Edwards, Inc. The Milton V. Brown Foundation Tweezerman International Corp. Anthony Guida Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zambrelli Mr. and Mrs. David T. Hamamoto Symbol Technologies, Inc. Henry & Lucy Moses Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Tyree Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Harris HIP Health Plan of New York Tanglewood Corporation New Hampshire Charitable Mr. and Mrs. William M. Tyree Thomas Heinimann Supporters - ($500+) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hobbs Mrs. Millicent H. Treiber Foundation United Service Workers Union Henrich Equipment Co., Inc. Rod Aboff Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hochberg Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turchyn The New York Community Trust Utendahl Organization Thomas Humphrey AB Oil Service, Ltd. Home Care Concepts Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Van der Waag New York Mercantile Exchange Wantagh Memorial Congregational Mr. and Mrs. Tim Ingrassia Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Accardi Jeffrey L. Rosenberg & Mr. and Ms. Marco Vargas Charitable Foundation Church Island Pump & Tank Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Adonailo Associates LLC Francis Vetrano New York Women’s Foundation Weeden & Co., L.P. Kings Hardware, Inc. Alan L. Levine, CPA Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Johnson Elena Villafane Newsday Help A Family Williams Trading, LLC Knights of Columbus Allied Environmental Group, Inc. Kaufman Management Company Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Walden North Fork Foundation WLNY-55 Mr. and Mrs. David Light AMX International Mr. and Mrs. Owen L. Kilgannon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weinstein Permanent Judicial Commission Women’s Club of Flower Hill Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Liss Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Whitcomb on Justice for Children Michael Lustig and Rachel Brody Aquarion Water Company of Sea Cliff John S. Klein Jeffrey C. Zwerling The Pinkerton Foundation Guardians - ($1,000+) Mr. and Mrs. George E. Malhame Archery Paint & Plaster, Inc. Jeffrey Kransdorf The Robin Hood Foundation 110 Sand Company Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Matarese Mr. & Mrs. Randolph Arnegger Land Rover Glen Cove Foundations Rubin-Henry Family Foundation Louise Abruzzo Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. McKenna Arrow Concrete Corporation Local 25 IBEW The Altman Foundation The Silverweed Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Agoglia Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. McLaughlin ASA Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Looney Altria Employe Fund Committee Sophia and William J. Anonymous MercyFirst Bank of Smithtown Joseph T. Madonia Andor Capital Management Casey Foundation Ascension Lutheran Church Lucille Mongelli Barrasso & Sons, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Maimone Foundation The Starr Foundation Aventura Construction Services, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Montana, Jr. Linda Basilice-Hoerrner Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Marmann Anonymous Theodore Luce Charitable Trust Thomas P. August Dr. and Mrs. Alex M. Montazem Roger H. Bennett Maurice A. Auerbach, Inc. Bahnik Foundation, Inc. The Tiger Foundation AvalonBay Communities, Inc. Nassau County Fire Riders, Inc. Brian B. Boehm, Esq. Eileen McGaw The Barker Welfare Foundation The TigerShark Foundation Barker Aggregates, Ltd. Nassau Italian Americans in Mr. and Mrs. John J. Breen Midwood Securities Carnegie Corporation of New York Town of Southampton Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bartolomeo Government Bricklayers Allied Craftworkers Local #1 Millenium Financial, Inc. Catholic Charities Diocese United Way of New York City Mrs. Joy Ellen Billhardt Mr. and Mrs. Raffiq A. Nathoo Brendan Buckley Rev. Arthur G. Minichello of Brooklyn Valentine Perry Snyder Fund Bill Wolf Petroleum Corp. Northville Industries C2G Environmental Consultants, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moran Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, Inc. van Ameringen Foundation, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Tony H. Bonaparte NYS Assoc. Nassau Chapter for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cardullo Martin Moroney Charles Hayden Foundation Whitey Ford’s Children Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brafman Superintendent of Schools Catapano Engineering, P.C. Mr. & Mrs. Steve Mortati Cheering for Children Foundation Inc. Dr. and Mrs. C. Edward Brennan Buildings & Grounds The Center for Specialized New England Linen Supply Co., Inc. Christopher D. Smithers William T. Grant Foundation John Brennan & Fran Sullivan O’Shea Properties Veterinary Care New York Commercial Bank Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bulgrin Mr. and Mrs. George Pandel Certified Carting, Inc. North Shore Today Citibank Employees Foundation James Buonfiglio Patrick J. Collins, Inc. Chaminade High School Mr. and Mrs. Adebayo Ogunlesi The Clark Foundation Callaghan Nawrocki LLP Mr. and Mrs. Angelo J. Pegno Kevin Clare and Nancy Shute Oheka Management Corporation Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Troy Caruso Mr. and Mrs. John J. Prior, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Cogut Stuart Olsten The Felix & Elizabeth Central Business Systems Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pruzan Paul Colligan OMNTEC Mfg., Inc. Rohatyn Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Alvia R. Charnes Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Racanelli William F. Corrigan Hugh O’Neill Frank J. Antun Foundation Mr. and Mrs. George Colettis Jay Raubvogel Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Cope Margaret M. O’Shea Fund for the City of New York Patrick J. Collins Robair & Jin Reichenstein Crest Hollow Country Club Mr. and Mrs. John Peluso Fund For The Poor, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Crawford Steven Reiss & Mary Mattingly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Cullen III Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pennestri Grace J. Fippinger Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Vincent M. Croutier Carol-Ann Ross Murat Davidson and Sally Peters Felix Petrillo Graham Family Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cuneo Mr. and Mrs. David Scialabba DiFazio Electric, Inc. Gerald Petrillo Harry & Rita White Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John D’Alimonte Schwing Electrical Supply Don-a-Lynn Produce, Inc. Pride Solvents and Chemical Co. Havens Relief Fund Society Mr. and Mrs. Richard DeMatteis Mr. and Ms. Kenneth C. Sellin Dr. and Mrs. Michael Dubin Margaret M. Price Heckscher Foundation for Children Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeRiso Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Sharoff ECP Design & Service Group LTD Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Ravener Hyde and Watson Foundation Designed Interiors Dr. and Mrs. John P. Sheehy Mr. & Mrs. William Els Regal Carriage Luxury Car and Independence Community Foundation DiCarlo Distributors Silverite Construction Corp. Emigrant Savings Bank Limousine Service, Inc. Ira DeCamp Foundation DJS Consulting, Inc. Sisters of St. Dominic Engineers Country Club Arlene Resnick Iris and Saul Katz Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stein Steven Fass, Esq. Ronald E. Roel Jackie Sayegh Duggan Charitable Driscoll Foods Stirling Insurance Agency Ferrara Bros. Building Materials Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Sachse Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Engelke Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sullivan Thomas Fitzgerald Saints Philip and James Church Engineers Local 138 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Swanson Dr. and Mrs. Hussein D. Foda Mr. and Mrs. David A. Sanford FJC Security Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Treiber Mr. and Mrs. Martin Foley  SCO Annual Report 2006  AWAY FROM YOUR FAMILY RAMONA H. Being away from your family is very hard and upsetting. It hurts. I don’t know my family – never seen or heard from them. I don’t even know if they are dead or alive. For all the kids in SCO who can relate to my problems, when you grow up and have your own family, make sure that you are there for your kids. Give them the love that you never had. Show them you care. IN THEIR OWN VOICE Each day can be a struggle for those with cognitive and emotional limitations, as well as, in many cases, a lack of family support. These two young adults are very typical of those served at the Ottilie Residential Treatment Facility. “Our role is to provide these kids with the skills, the drive and the hope for a better today and better tomorrow.” —Jim Nyreen Assistant Executive Director, Mental Health Programs GROWING UP JACK F. Believe it or not, I am 6 feet 5 inches tall. However, inside I am still a kid. I do not want to grow up. I wish Never Neverland was a reality. I do not want to have responsibility. I do not want to answer to grown ups. But kids have to grow up one day in their lives. I’m 19 years old and I need to grow up, but it will be very hard.  SCO Annual Report BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Chairman Executive Director Douglas Schloss Robert J. McMahon Vice Chairman Chief Financial Officer Dennis E. Henchy Dewey Howard Vice Chairman Director of Human Resources H. Craig Treiber Roslyn Marett Secretary Assistant Executive Director Edward W. Stack Programs for the Developmentally Disabled Susan Moran Assistant Secretary Assistant Executive Director Photeine M. Anagnostopoulos Mental Health Programs James Nyreen Treasurer Thomas N. Dufek Assistant Executive Director Adolescent Services Assistant Treasurer Douglas O’Dell Joseph M. Matarese Assistant Executive Director Yvette Arnold, RGS Family Foster Care and Adoption Roger Bennett Mary Odom Tony H. Bonaparte, Ph.D. Benjamin Bram Assistant Executive Director Dorothy Brengel Business Operations Brian Edwards Dan Randazzo John Gallagher Barbara A. Gannon Director of Finance Joan Imhof Amparo Robayo Fritz Gerald Jean Paulette LoMonaco, RGS Assistant Executive Director Judy Mannix, RGS Special Assistant to the Executive Director Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Thelen Renee Skolaski-Anderson Cynthia King Vance Assistant Executive Director Chairman’s Committee Madonna Heights Services Keith Anderson Rosemary Stein Thomas Fanning Leonard Genovese Director of Institutional Advancement Dennis Hackett Renee Swanson Mary Paul Janchill, RGS Stephen V. Murphy Assistant Executive Director James Stynes Family Dynamics and Selected Programs William F. Tyree Art Zanko Design: Rebecca Lown Design SCO Family of Services C a r i n g f o r Pe o p l e • C o m m i t t e d t o Fa m i l y • C o n n e c t e d t o C o m m u n i t y FAST FACTS • 2006-2007 Revenues: $161 Million • 2005-2006 Revenues: $148 Million • Administrative Costs: 7% • Employees: 3,015 • Number of Program Sites: 123 • Number of People Served: 30,000+ Annually • Service Delivery Areas: Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island • Core Service Areas • Foster Care & Adoption • Homes & Services for People with Developmental Disabilities • Homeless Residences & Services • Early Childhood Education • Schools • Programs in Public Schools • Family Counseling & Preventive Services • Services and Homes for Teens • Mental Health Programs & Homes Executive Offices 1 Alexander Place Glen Cove, NY 11542 516.671.1253 www.sco.org
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