Family of Services
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
board of directors
executive council message from
the chairman of
the board and
the executive director
Board of Directors Executive Council
Chairman Executive Director
Douglas Schloss Robert J. McMahon
Vice Chairman Director of Human Resources
Dennis E. Henchy Roslyn Marett Dear Friends,
Vice Chairman Assistant Executive Director
H. Craig Treiber Programs for the Developmentally Disabled SCO Family of Services is committed to serving populations that are often overlooked, with
Susan Moran family as the focal point. Our commitment to helping families is evidenced by the diversity and
Edward W. Stack Assistant Executive Director high quality of our services. Many of our programs are considered best practice models.
Mental Health Programs
Assistant Secretary James Nyreen Each year, SCO touches the lives of more than 30,000 people in communities that stretch from
Photeine M. Anagnostopoulos New York City to the far reaches of Long Island. Each day, a passionate team of caregivers,
Assistant Executive Director
Treasurer Adolescent Services educators, counselors and administrators, works to support vulnerable children and families.
Thomas N. Dufek Douglas O’Dell Whatever the crisis, SCO has the resources and experience to help.
Assistant Treasurer Assistant Executive Director
Joseph M. Matarese Family Foster Care and Adoption While mission is always our primary focus, fiscal responsibility and efficiency remain key to our
Mary Odom ability to fulfill our mission in the long term. We have a dedicated management team that keeps
Yvette Arnold, RGS
Roger Bennett Chief Financial Officer us focused, strong, and a leader among peer organizations. At SCO, 93% of the funds we receive
Tony H. Bonaparte, Ph.D. James Oliva go directly to providing services and programs.
Dorothy Brengel Assistant Executive Director
Brian Edwards Business Operations In 2007, we strengthened existing services and developed new ones. Our partnerships with
John Gallagher Dan Randazzo government, foundations, corporations, and individuals have made this possible. We invite you
Fritz Gerald Jean Director of Finance to read about some of these exciting programs that are truly making a difference. Thanks to your
Paulette LoMonaco, RGS Amparo Robayo support, we can continue our important work: the strengthening of communities, families and
Judy Mannix, RGS
Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Thelen Assistant Executive Director children – one person at a time.
Stephen Tyree Special Assistant to the Executive Director
Cynthia King Vance Renee Skolaski Anderson Sincerely,
Assistant Executive Director
Chairman’s Committee Madonna Heights Services
Keith Anderson Rosemary Stein
Thomas Fanning Douglas Schloss Robert J. McMahon
Leonard Genovese Director of Institutional Advancement
Dennis Hackett Renee Swanson Chairman of the Board Executive Director
Mary Paul Janchill, RGS
Stephen V. Murphy Assistant Executive Director
James Stynes Family Dynamics and Selected Programs
William F. Tyree Art Zanko
*Note: Board of Directors Listing reflects Fiscal Year 2007: July 1, 2006 –June 30, 2007.
On December 12, 2007, Edward W. Stack became Board Chairman.
annual report 
North Queens Community High School Will Give Model Program for Spanish Speaking Families
Students Another Chance at Success Launched in Queens
SCO partnered with the New York City Department of In July 2006, our Family Development Center launched
Education to open a high school designed to meet the POWERFUL FAMILIES for Spanish speaking families liv-
needs of students at risk of dropping out. This school fol- ing in Woodside. This national model program was devel-
lows the highly successful Good Shepherd model. oped by Casey Family Programs to strengthen families in
the three skill areas found to be linked to keeping chil-
SCO Selected to Help Launch Juvenile Justice dren out of foster care.
The NYC Administration for Children’s Services selected Supportive Scattered-Site Housing Slated for Queens
SCO Family of Services to help launch the Juvenile Jus- Responding to the severe housing shortage for young
tice Initiative in New York City. This model program, adults with mental health issues moving out of foster
developed by the University of South Carolina, works care, SCO began working with the New York City Depart-
intensively with serious juvenile offenders and their fam- ment of Health/Mental Health to provide transitional
ilies to change delinquent behavior. apartments and services in the borough of Queens.
Expansion of Homeless Services Continues ParentShip Program Provides Support for Immigrant
With the opening of El Camino in Jamaica Queens, SCO Mothers in Sunset Park
now houses more than 1,400 homeless individuals daily. The Center for Family Life completed the first year of the
Like all of SCO’s residences, El Camino includes on-site ParentShip program, an initiative that provides parent-
services to help residents find permanent housing and ing and social support services to Latino and Chinese
prepare for independent living. mothers. This support group helps parents develop the
skills necessary to make informed, responsible choices
New Residence For Women Recovering from when raising their children.
Substance Abuse Keeps Mothers and Children
Morning Star II, a new residence for women in recovery,
Cooperative Project Connects Women to Safe,
2007 opened this year on our Madonna Heights campus in Dix
Hills. This new program, designed to break the cycle of
addiction and keep the family intact, allows women and
their children to live together during treatment.
The Center for Family Life joined with immigrant women
in Sunset Park to form the “We Can Do It!” Women’s Co-
operative: a women-owned, women-run housecleaning
business. The Cooperative creates living wage jobs that
are done in a safe work environment, and provides social
Tyree Learning Center Gets a Permanent Home support and educational opportunities for its members.
Construction commenced for The Tyree Learning Center,
a special education school for the 73 children with devel- Responding to Growing Need, SCO Expands Program
opmental disabilities who live at St. Christopher’s Home that Allows Children with Severe Emotional
in Sea Cliff. The new school is scheduled for completion Disorders to Live at Home
in the spring of 2008. SCO expanded its Home and Community Based Services
(HCBS) Waiver Program that helps families deal with the
First Single Stop Program Opened in Queens difficulties associated with raising a child with a severe
With support from the Robin Hood Foundation, SCO emotional disorder at home. There are plans to further
In 2007, SCO Family of Services continued its mission of opened the first Single Stop site in the borough of increase the number of families served in the program in
Queens. Located in SCO’s Family Development Center in the near future.
Woodside, Single Stop’s goal is to reduce poverty by ad-
helping children and families in need throughout the New vising people about public benefits and providing finan- Program that Allows People with Developmental
cial counseling. SCO already operates several Single Stop Disabilities to Live at Home Expanded
sites in Brooklyn. SCO also expanded services that help individuals with
York area. By expanding existing services and creating developmental disabilities remain in their own homes,
Teens Perform at Radio City Music Hall more than doubling the number of people served.
Three acts from Family Dynamics’ “Teen Idol” talent con-
test performed in front of an enthusiastic crowd at Radio
exciting new programs, we were able to touch the lives City Music Hall as part of a citywide youth talent show-
case sponsored by MSG’s Garden of Dreams Foundation.
“Teen Idol” was part of the “Teens on the Move” program
of more people than ever before. at the Family Dynamics' Beacon Center.
 SCO annual report 
Melissa is a single mother of 3-year old Joshua.
Unable to sustain themselves and having
nowhere else to go, Melissa and her son sought
refuge at Good Shepherd, one of our emergency
shelters. The people at Good Shepherd support-
ed Melissa through her crisis and encouraged
her to obtain the skills necessary to find bet-
ter employment. She successfully completed a
Certified Nurses Aid program and, with our sup-
port, she found permanent housing and was able
to move into her own apartment in October.
“I really don’t know what I would have done if I didn’t meet the
people at Good Shepherd. They were more than just staff. They
were like family.”
Chris is 17 years old and lives at St.
Christopher’s Home, a residence for de-
velopmentally disabled children. Before
arriving at SCO, Chris had spent his en-
tire life confined to a wheelchair. Now, a
special device called a “Gait Trainer” holds
Chris upright and allows him to walk and
participate in other activities. It has opened
up a whole new world for Chris that gives him
fulfillment he had never experienced before. 2007 was a year filled with exciting
“I love to walk.”
events and new endeavors, all with a
single purpose…to help those in need.
 SCO annual report 
unrestricted activities actual expenditures
june 30, 2007 fiscal year 2007
Revenue 7.27% administration
Current year program revenue $ 158,073,616 $ 141,087,161 programs
Prior years’ cost reimbursement adjustments 292,311 531,291 in public schools
Net assets released from restrictions 4,353,294 4,163,895 18%
Total program revenue 162,719,221 145,782,347 services for people with
Support and Other schools
Contributions and other income 1,601,480 1,395,403
Interest and dividend income, net 585,597 620,984
Realized and unrealized gains on marketable securities 2,684,146 593,713
Total support and revenue 167,590,444 148,392,447
Direct Program Expenses mental health 12.92%
Contract programs 52,502,864 45,707,425 residences homeless residences
Foster boarding homes 28,939,017 24,976,240 and services
Group homes 15,772,814 13,407,051
Residential treatment centers 10,561,597 9,698,759
Medicaid reimbursed services 10,538,479 9,436,460
Residential treatment facilities 9,986,286 9,617,847
Schools 8,536,529 7,934,884 13.47%
Individual residential alternative 7,619,532 7,325,997
Intermediate care facilities 6,073,891 5,912,551 services and homes
Shelters 1,832,990 2,172,896 for teens
Enhanced independent living 258,832 1,046,872
Total direct program expenses 152,622,831 137,236,982
and preventive services
Management and Other Indirect Expenses
Management and general 11,605,922 10,306,381
Fund raising 358,004 278,741 early childhood services
Total management and other indirect expenses 11,963,926 10,585,122
21.25% foster care
and adoption services
Total expenses 164,586,757 147,822,104
Change in Unrestricted Net Assets $ 3,003,687 $ 570,343
 SCO annual report 
Chairmans Circle - ($50,000.00 + ) Robert & Peggy Gartland Michael & Melissa Driscoll
Anne L. Peretz John & Laurie Genovese Sean T. Doyle
Julian & Josie Robertson Global Companies LLC E.B.C. Co.
Douglas & Alison Schloss The Hanover Insurance Group Epstein, Becker & Green, P.C.
The Tyree Company Dennis & Annmaria Henchy The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.
Stephen J. Tyree, William F. Tyree, ICAP Services North America LLC Farrell Fritz P.C.
William M. Tyree John Katzman & Alicia Ernst FJC Security Services Inc.
McCarter & English LLP Fusion Architects
Benefactors - ($20,000.00 + ) James Mariani Amedeo & Antonella Gabrielli
Photeine Anagnostopoulos Metropolitan Section PGA, Inc. John & Patricia Gallagher
& James Stynes Mutual Oil Co., Inc. Getty Realty Corp.
Bouchard Transportation Mutual of America Glenwood Securities
Benjamin S. Bram Northrup Grumman Employees Donald Gross
Vincent & Vicki DeLaurentis NIC Holding Corp./Northville Industries Bruce W. Harting
Leonard & Geraldine Genovese Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell Higgins Fire Protection
Lukoil/Getty Petroleum Marketing, Inc. & Hippell LLP August & Linda Hoerrner
Dennis Hackett Maurice & Debbie Perkins Peter & Veronica Hunt
Madonna Heights Ladies Auxiliary Peter & Crisler Quick Huntington Crescent Club, Inc.
Seaboard Securities State Bank of Long Island ITG, Inc.
H. Craig & Lora Treiber Three Village Teachers Association Inc. John R. & Dorothy D. Caples Fund
Lee & Cynthia King Vance TNT Scrap Metal JP Morgan Chase
Tweezerman International Corp. Robert J. & Jane L. Katz
Stewards - ($15,000.00 + ) Valero Corporation Sharon K. Kilmer
Keith & Peggy Anderson Warren Equities, Inc. LaBranche & Co. Inc.
Dr. Philip Bonanno & Dr. Dorothy Whalen Bonnie T. Webster Leerink Swann & Company
donor list Gandolfo & Roberta DiBlasi
Guarantors - ($10,000.00 + )
Wheatley Agency, Inc.
Partners - ($2,000.00 + )
Glenn and Diane Levitan
Lily Transportation Corporation
Peter & Jacquelyn McKenna
John & Joan D’Addario Emmet & Carroll Agoglia James & Elizabeth Maher
Arrow Electronics 4C Foods Maspeth Federal Savings and Loan
Astoria Federal Savings Bank Aetna, Inc. Merrill Lynch
Chem Rx Long Term Care Pharmacy AMM Associates LLC Monterey Fund, Inc.
Thomas & Nancy Dufek Anonymous Montgomery Distributors LLC
Richard A. Lenon Avalon Bay Communities Inc. Morgan Stanley
Links Trading LLC Aventura Construction Services, LLC Kevin P. Murphy
Joseph & Laurel Mancino Roger & Lori Bahnik One Beacon Insurance
Kevin & Theresa McAteer L. Jeffrey & Pamela Baldwin Optimum Lightpath, Inc.
Bruce & Virginia Treiber Bank of America O’Shea Properties
Tyree Travel Bellomo Fuel, Inc. George Pandel
Whitson Culinary Group Bethpage Federal Credit Union PDK Labs, Inc.
Tony & Sueli Bonaparte Dean Perna
Patrons - ($5,000.00 + ) Lester & Inge Brafman Piper Jaffray
Ahmuty, Demers & McManus Edward & Julia Brennan Thomas & Michelle Rice
AIG Environmental Bunzl New York Rochdale Securities LLC
Akin, Gump, Strauss, Haver & Feld C2G Environmental Consultants, LLC Michael & Catherine Rosen
Americana Manhasset Daniel & Deborah Callahan Carol-Ann Ross
Benjamin & Elizabeth Basil Callaghan Nawrocki LLP Rothco
Francis Baxter Carrieri & Carrieri St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee
Deborah Benjamin Catapano Engineering, P.C. David Scialabba
“SCO’s focus has always been on strengthening the family. Bleakley Platt & Schmidt, LLP
Jonathan D. Bram
Central Business Systems
Cimco Construction & Masonry, Inc.
Kenneth & Lynn Sellin
Henry & Dorothy Brengel Comax Manufacturing Signature Bank
John & Patricia Brown Kenneth & Gladys Coyle Susan Sinclair
We are able to succeed in this mission with the help of our many Tobias & Mary Caldwell Kenneth & Maria Coyle Sisters of the Good Shepherd
Carbone & Malloy Inc. Credit Suisse First Boston Corporation Slomins
C & B Consulting Group, Inc. Crompco Corporation Edward & Christina Stack
CIBC World Markets Crum & Forster Insurance Co. Joseph & Terry Sweeney
supporters…our extended family.” —Bob McMahon Citigroup Inc. Kristine D’Alessandro James & Anne Tammaro
Colonial Wire & Cable Co. Daniel C. Deasy III Stephen & Lori Ann Tyree
Kimberly Phillips Dowling James & Nancy De Bruin William & Barbara Tyree
Thomas & Michele Fanning DiCarlo Distributors Vassalotti Associates Architects, LLP
*Note: Fiscal Year 2007 is July 1, 2006—June 30, 2007 annual report 
donor list donor list
George & Marion Wafer The Junior League of Long Island Atlantic Product Services Great Performances Regal Carriage Luxury Car and Henry & Lucy Moses Fund, Inc.
Wantagh Memorial Congregational Church Wayne & Loren King Atlantis Petroleum Greenberg Traurig, LLP Limousine Service Independence Community Foundation
Weeden & Co., LP Russell Kling Joseph & Jeanine Aufiero Richard Guerin, Jr. Jeffrey C. Reidenouer The Ira W. DeCamp Foundation
John & Vanessa Wilcox Knights of Columbus Michael & Jill Bader Henry Schein, Inc. David & Maria Richer Jackie Sayegh Duggan Charitable
Williams Trading, LLC Albert & Jacqueline Kos Bank of Smithtown HIP Health Plan of New York David R. Rogol Foundation
WLNY-55 Matthew & Annette Lauer Barrasso and Sons Inc. Charles & Ellen Hobbs John Romanelli John R. and Inge P. Stafford Foundation
Womens Club of Flower Hill David & Lois Lawrence Dominic & Linda Bassani Karl & Linda Holtzschue Edward R. Sacks John T. Underwood Foundation
Michael & Sharon Zambrelli Andy T. Lee Mr. & Mrs. James Bartlett Mary Hughes Sister Virginia Maguire JP Morgan Chase Foundation
Alfred & Mary Lepore Bast Chevrolet, Inc. International Petroleum Traders, LLC John Slowik & Victoria Hamilton Kenworthy Swift Foundation
Guardians - ($1,000.00 + ) Jackson Lewis, LLP Stanley & Marion Bergman Island Pump & Tank Corp. Small Trucking Corporation Keyspan Foundation
110 Sand Company King Kullen Grocery Co, Inc. Gene M. Bernstein Donn R. Jacobs, D.D.S. Myra Smolev The Kissinger Family Foundation, Inc.
Advanced Site Restoration LLC Leo & Rose Liebowitz Best Petroleum Rene and Ellen Jagerburg Walter J. Stack The Laura B. Vogler Foundation Inc.
Allied Environmental Group, Inc. Samuel & Gail Liss BGC Financial Inc. Ronald & Mary Claire Javian James & Janice Stanton Lion and Hare Fund
Altana Pharma US Local 25 IBEW BK Engineering J. L. Media, Inc. Stirling Insurance Agency Long Island Charities Foundation
Aqua New York of Sea Cliff Patrick McMahon Blue Ribbon Service Station John E. Hill Associates, Inc. Suffolk Banana Malcolm Gibbs Foundation
Ascension Lutheran Church Ketty H. Maisonrouge Brian B. Boehm, Esq. J.W. Scott Service Station Equipment Walter & Patricia Sutherland Mary J. Hutchins Foundation
Kevin & Catherine Armstrong Metro Fuel Oil Corporation Arthur & Maureen Brown Co., Inc. Taylor Farms Members Handicapped Childrens Fund, Inc.
Thomas P. August Monarch Environmental Inc. Borovina & Marullo PLLC Andy & Elizabeth Schiff Kaufman Katrin Theodoli The Milton V. Brown Foundation
Barker Aggregates, Ltd. Charles & Patricia Montana David & Carla Bossolina Kenco Designs Inc. Top Katz Brokers New York Women’s Foundation
Nicholas & Kathleen Bartolomeo Bradford & Carolyn Mott Brilliant Lewis Environmental Services, LLC Gary & Jonie Kipling Lewis E. Topper North Fork Foundation
Bill Wolf Petroleum Corp. Stephen & Victoria Murphy Mary Jane Bucci Land Rover Glen Cove Millicent Treiber Pajwell Foundation
Joy Ellen Billhardt Nat Sherman Inc. David & Deborah Byrnes Lee Transport Systems, LLC Tupelo Honey Restaurant Pinkerton Foundation
John Brennan & Fran Sullivan Leonard Novick Louis & Leslie Carbone Patricia Lenti Lisa Marie Utasi Quinn Family Foundation
Arthur & Ann Bulgrin Superintendents of School Buildings Frank & Vita Cardullo Joseph and Arleen Lopez Robert & Charlotte Van der Waag Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation
Caroline Cancellara (Nassau Chap.) Carr Business Systems LTL Realty, LLC Veterans Transportation Co, Inc. The Robin Hood Foundation
Charles & Ellen Cogut Camilla Olsson June Castelnuovo William & Pamela McGuinness Stephen & Christine Vitkun Ronald McDonald House Charities
Alvia R. Charnes Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Philip & Kathleen Catapano Robert & Kathleen McMahon Kurt & Erin von Uffel Silverweed Foundation
Cindi’s Boutique Oyster Bay Lions Club Benjamin & Elizabeth Chang McNeil Fruit Warex Terminals Corporation The Starr Foundation
Philip & Lisa Colletta Gerald Petrillo Elizabeth Colangelo Macmen Enterprises Inc. Mark & Julia Segal Warner Teammates for Kids Foundation
Common Cents New York, Inc. Andrew & Elaine Phillips Colorado Prime Corporation Michael & Jean Maimone Warren Elevator Service Co., Inc. The Tiger Foundation
Cooley Manion Jones LLP Robert & Tracey Pruzan Connetquot West, Inc. David Margolis Christine P. Wasserstein The TigerShark Foundation
Mark A. Corcoran Racanelli Construction Co., Inc. Dennis & Patricia Coughlin Kuno & Irmgard Weckenmann The Treiber Family Foundation, Inc.
Coty, US RBC Capitol Markets Countrywide Michael & Marcy Weinsier Theodore Luce Charitable Trust
Crest Hollow Country Club Steven Reiss & Mary Mattingly Henry & Claudia Cowen Ethan & Sandra Weitz United Way of New York City
Maurice A. Auerbach, Inc.
John & Lois D’Alimonte Robair Reichenstein & Jin K. Lee Vincent Croutier William A. Meehan, Esq. van Ameringen Foundation, Inc.
David C. Dickerson & Karen Murray Thomas & Karen Robards Thomas W. Cullen III Joan E. Mazzu Eric Zahler & Karen Gantz-Zahler Wachovia Foundation
Duane Morris LLP Luan & Lily Sadik DCS Systems, Inc. Meyer Chevrolet Zebra Environmental Corp. Whitey Ford Children’s Foundation Inc.
Michael & Barbara Dubin Mark Schlau James D. Deasy MJB Sales, Inc. Jeffrey C. Zwerling
George & Sandra Engelke Derek & Patricia Schuster Robert & Grace Del Gadio Martin Moroney
Joseph & Kim Foley Shotmeyer Brothers Fuel Co. Designed Interiors Steve Mortati Foundations
Henry R. Fulton Steel Equities Peter & Carol DiConza MPCC Corporation The Altman Foundation
Garban Giorgio LLC Paul & Valerie Stendardi Geoffrey & Eileen Dietrich New England Linen Supply Co., Inc. America’s Second Harvest
James & Laura Gay Sterling Promotions, Inc. DiFazio Electric, Inc. New York Commercial Bank The Annie E. Casey Foundation, Inc.
Genatt Associates Peter & Kathleen Sullivan Elegant Affairs James & Melissa Nikolai Banfi Vintners Foundation
Giambalvo, Kilgannon, Giammarese David Sunshine Emigrant Savings Bank Nobil Petroleum Testing, Inc. Barker Welfare Foundation
Randall & Eleni Gianopulos James & Jeannine Tiemann Environmental Strategy Consultants Inc. North Hempstead Womens Golf The Brooklyn Society for the Prevention of
Glen Cove Police Benevolent Association Scott & Joellen Treiber Valerie Field Association Cruelty to Children
John & Regina Glynn, Jr. UHY Advisors First National Bank of Long Island North Shore Today Carnegie Corporation of New York
Andrew & Julia Gordon James E. Vassalotti Jeffrey Fishman Stuart Olsten Charles A. Frueauff Foundation
Walter Gorman Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen, LLP Robert & Lisabeth Fling OMNTEC Mfg., Inc. Child Welfare Fund
Michael Grieco and Christine Thorton- Wright Express Corporation Flushing Holding LLC Michael Patti Christopher D. Smithers Foundation, Inc.
Grieco Frederick and Phyllis Doppelt Angelo & Audrey Pegno The Clark Foundation
John Gutleber Supporters - ($500.00 + ) Philanthropic Fund John Petrocelli Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
Sean R. Haggerty 599 Ralph Ave Development LLC Fresh Network Piece Management, Inc. Frances and Jack Levy Foundation
William P. Harrington Aboff’s Paints & Wallcovering Fruitco Corporation Eleanor Pienitz The Frank J. Antun Foundation
Joseph & Carolyne Hentze AB Oil Service, Ltd. Garden State Produce Distributors LLC Polin, Prisco & Villafane Fund for Social Change
Robert & Jacqueline Higgins Elaine Alvarez Leslie & Judith Genatt Michael J. Posillico Fund for the City of New York
Todd Higgins American Diagnostic Corporation General Building Laborers Local # 66 Theresa Preziosi Grace J. Fippinger Foundation
Thomas Heinimann AmSpec Services Steve & Liz Gillen Margaret M. Price Graham Family Charitable Foundation
Lawrence & Rita Hochberg AMS Risk Management & Consulting, Inc. Russell & Megan Glickman Pride Solvents and Chemical Co. Harry & Rita White Foundation, Inc.
Home Care for Children, Inc. J. Bryan & Marilyn Anthony Joseph Graziose ProAct Services Corp. The Heckscher Foundation for Children
Island Transportation Corp. Archery Paint & Plaster Inc. Michael Grgich Jay Raubvogel Hedge Funds Care
 SCO *Note: Fiscal Year 2007 is July 1, 2006—June 30, 2007 *Note: Fiscal Year 2007 is July 1, 2006—June 30, 2007 annual report 
SCO provides innovative human services for children and families. We deliver direct services to more than 30,000
people each year at more than 130 locations throughout New York City and Long Island. Through our network of com-
munity-based programs, we’ve been supporting the New York family since 1895.
Our core service areas include:
Services for People with Developmental Disabilities nent families for children. In the first nine months of 2007, 164
We offer a wide variety of services for people with developmen- children were safely returned home or to relatives and we
tal disabilities including group homes, a residential treatment facilitated more than 85 adoptions.
center, specialized foster homes and family-based support ser-
vices across Queens, Brooklyn, and Long Island. Services and Homes for Teens
We give adolescents the tools and the confidence needed to
Homeless Residences and Services strive for a brighter future. Our 34 community residences for
We provide temporary shelter to individuals and families while teens include residences for teen mothers and their babies,
working to help break the cycle of dependence through educa- group homes for teens facing extraordinary challenges and
tion, training and guidance. We operate three shelters in Brook- homes for GLBTQ youth. We work with these young people to
lyn for homeless and runaway teens. We have nine shelters for help them rebuild family connections and establish supportive
women and children on Long Island and four family shelters in new relationships with caring adults so that they can return to
Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. the most family-like setting possible.
Family Counseling and Preventive Services Mental Health Services and Residences
We provide a comprehensive range of services to sustain and We provide the support and coping skills emotionally
nurture the family, ensure the well being of the community’s disturbed children and young adults need to live and function in
children, and create an environment where youth can emerge their communities. These services include Ottilie – a psychiatric
as confident, capable adults. These services are concentrated in residence for teens in Queens, group homes, family-based sup-
three communities, two in Brooklyn: Bedford Stuyvesant (Fam- port services and community aftercare support.
ily Dynamics) and Sunset Park (Center for Family Life) and one
in Woodside, Queens: (Family Development Center). Schools
We give children and young adults the tools they need to
Early Childhood Services succeed. We operate 2 special education schools serving the
We give families the tools they need to successfully nurture children who reside at our Ottilie Campus and at St. Christo-
their babies. We provide Family Enhancement Services for pher’s Home in Sea Cliff. We also operate two schools for at-risk
birth parents with children in Foster Care. We developed “Baby teens - one on our Madonna Heights campus that serves teen-
and Me”, a developmental playgroup that helps parents build age girls and our newly opened community high school in
healthy attachments with their young children. Queens.
Foster Care and Adoption Services Programs in Public Schools
We move families from crisis to safety, using a family-centered We provide after-school and community enrichment programs
approach that facilitates the successful reunification of chil- in two Brooklyn neighborhoods – Bedford Stuyvesant and
dren and their families. We find safe homes and caring families Sunset Park. Our after-school, evening, and weekend services
for more than 1,200 children in foster homes across New York work with more than 4,000 children and families under the aus-
City and Long Island every day. Our goal is to provide perma- pices of Family Dynamics and the Center for Family Life.
SCO Family of Services
1 Alexander Place
Glen Cove, NY 11542
• 2006-2007 Revenues: $167 Million • Core Service Areas:
• 2005-2006 Revenues: $148 Million • Services for People with
• Administrative Costs: 7% Developmental Disabilities
• Employees: 3,015 • Homeless Residences & Services
• Number of Program Sites: 138 • Family Counseling & Preventive Services
• Number of People Served: • Early Childhood Services
30,000+ Annually • Foster Care & Adoption Services
• Service Delivery Areas: Brooklyn, • Services & Homes for Teens
Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, • Mental Health Services & Residences
Staten Island, Long Island • Schools
• Programs in Public Schools
SCO Family of Services
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