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ALL TOGETHER NOW!

Annual Report

2013

Bringing Families Together For 60 Years

97% of parents responding to surveys indicated they were


satisfied with the services provided to their children
Mission

The Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut is a professionally staffed outpatient mental health center for children and adolescents who experience psychological, behavioral, developmental, social or family problems. We are dedicated to reducing emotional suffering and dysfunctional behavior, strengthening families, and helping each child and adolescent achieve optimal potential.

Message from the President and Chairman


Dear Friends, This year was marked by exciting accomplishments and changes at CGC. In keeping with the theme of All Together Now, we are gratified by our longtime partnerships with schools, medical providers, law enforcement and other community agencies, and look forward with enthusiasm to new projects that will maximize our impact in the community. As always, we are extraordinarily grateful to the foundations, corporations, and philanthropically inclined individuals who support high quality mental health services for local children and families. During the past year, we welcomed new staff members and were happy to have several individuals already at CGC take on new leadership roles. With strong Chairman of the Board of Directors, Laura Weintraub Beck Directors in place for each of our programs and at our community offices, (left) with CGCs President and CEO, Sherry Perlstein (right) CGC continues to set the standard for specialized mental health services for children, adolescents and families in our region. We were recognized for the exceptional quality of our work at a January Enhanced Care Clinic recertification review, where program monitors remarked that our records reflect the uniqueness of each patient, thoughtfulness of our approach, and the rationale for our interventions. Sadly, the year was also marked by tragedy. In December CGC clinicians were deployed to Newtown as part of the States official Emergency Mobile Crisis network following the horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Though incidents of mass killings in schools are extremely rare, their impact is devastating, and this shocking event highlighted the need for early identification of young people who may have a type of mental health disorder that combined with other factors could put them at risk for engaging in targeted school violence. While early identification is key, we also caution against stigma and generalization, knowing most individuals with mental health disorders are far more likely to harm themselves than others and with proper treatment are no more likely than the general population to commit violent acts. In studying targeted school violence, we came away with some crucial points to remember: Incidents of targeted violence at schools are rarely sudden, impulsive acts Prior to most incidents, other people knew about the attackers idea and or plan No accurate profile exists for students who engage in targeted school violence Most attackers engaged in some concerning behavior prior to the incident Many attackers felt bullied, persecuted, or injured prior to the attack With these principles in mind, CGC launched a more proactive approach to targeted school violence by drafting Collaborative School Violence Risk Assessment Protocols based on expert research and recommendations. Local schools and police have agreed to work with us on this project and will use their own expertise to help customize protocols for each community. These measures will promote the safety of students and school staff while reducing unnecessary suspensions and expulsions that increasingly occur as an over-reactive response to students concerning behaviors. For many of the more than 2,000 children CGC served last year, treatment is a transformative event that makes the difference between a life of suffering and one filled with health and happiness. Please know your support helps turn the hopes and dreams of local children to reality.

Sherry Perlstein, MSW President, Chief Executive Officer

Laura Weintraub Beck Chairman, Board of Directors

Financial Report
CGC is committed to building a financial base that enables the agency to achieve long-range sustainability and thrive as a center of excellence in the community.

Revenue
Government Grants...................................... $ 1,704,641 39.2% Corporations / Foundations / Non-Government Grants........................... 1,127,805 26.0% Fees For Service.......................................... 1,008,855 23.2% Individual Contributions / Special Events..... 501,162 Other............................................................ 6,211 11.5% 0.1% 100%

Operating Revenue.................................... $ 4,348,673

Child and Family Therapy*........................... $2,438,906 55.9% Emergency Mobile Crisis Services*............. Child First..................................................... Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy............... System of Care. ............................................ Child Sexual Abuse Response Team........... 824,488 18.9% 426,344 303,166 250,106 122,708 9.8% 6.9% 5.7% 2.8% 100%

Operating Expenses. .................................. $4,365,718

Change in Net Assets Before Depreciation............................................. $ (17,405)


*Includes operating expenses of $471,922 for services provided to crime victims

2013

Fiscal Year

A Cause for Celebration!


In FY13, CGC set a new agency record for total fees and services provided!

Total Fees

Of the 2,067 children seen at CGC in FY13... 476 were suicidal 294 had been physically or sexually abused or neglected 217 had developmental delays or learning disabilities 109 had been bullied

Come Play!...Save The Day


Every spring, guests come together for a benefit gala to support the crucial work CGC does for children and families in our community. At Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich, we celebrate our achievements helping those who are struggling while also remembering there is much left to be done. The theme, Come Play!, is inspired by the importance of play in a childs life. All proceeds support CGCs critical mental health services and ensure help is available to all children and families in need.

Above: CGCs Dr. Deborah Matthews springs into action!

Save the Date!


Next years event will be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014

Left to Right: CGC Board member Ed Rosenthal; Christine Hampel; and Board member Paul Hampel

http://www.childguidancect.org/events.htm

Who We Serve
PROGRAM. ......................................................................... # SERVED Child and Family Therapy*.............................................................. 912 Child First Program........................................................................... 31 Child Sexual Abuse Response Team................................................ 79 Community Consultation Services.................................................. 297 Emergency Mobile Crisis Services.................................................. 484
Community Emergency Response Program.........................................62 Community Policing Partnership....................................................... 107

GENDER Male. .....................................................49% Female.................................................51% AGE Birth5..................................................27% 611. .....................................................22% 1217...................................................46% 18+.........................................................5% ETHNICITY Latino. ...................................................45% Caucasian/White..................................30% African American/Black........................18% Bi-Racial/Other.......................................5% Asian......................................................2%

Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy.................................................... 50 System of Care. ................................................................................. 45 Total............................................................................................. 2,067


*The statistics for services provided to 414 crime victims are incorporated in the Child and Family Therapy and Emergency Mobile Crisis Services programs.

Side By Side We Can Accomplish Anything

In FY13, 87% of children who completed treatment had their symptoms stabilized or achieved improved functioning, mood, self-concept or developmental skills.

Programs and Services


CGC provides a broad range of high-quality treatment services tailored to each childs individual needs, challenges and strengths. Mental health treatment for children is not simply about changing behavior, but also about helping children feel differently about themselves and their possibilities, and helping parents to be more competent, confident and loving in their parenting.

Crisis Programs
Child Sexual Abuse Response Team is an interagency team that integrates criminal justice and protective services investigations while providing comprehensive strategies to resolve consequences of abuse and prevent re-victimization Emergency Mobile Crisis Services provide immediate mental health assessment and crisis stabilization services 7 days a week for children and adolescents experiencing serious psychiatric symptoms or severe reactions to a traumatic event. Community Policing Partnership provides 7 day per week outreach services to child victims and high risk children identified by police. Community Emergency Response Program offers on-site counseling for emergencies impacting large groups in the community, including natural disasters or school violence.

Ongoing Treatment Programs


Child and Family Therapy, the cornerstone of CGC for 60 years, utilizes a multidisciplinary team approach to provide a broad range of comprehensive individualized mental health assessments and treatment services, tailored to meet the needs of each child and family. Child First provides intensive home-based services to decrease emotional disturbances, developmental and learning problems, and child abuse or neglect among young children (prenatal 6 years) living in high-risk environments. Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy provides intensive treatment services in-home and at community sites for youngsters with high-risk behavioral problems. System of Care helps families of seriously emotionally disturbed, abused or neglected children meet complex needs by helping families access integrated services to safely maintain children at home and avoid the disruption of out-of-home placement.

Collaborating with schools, law enforcement, and other community partners to promote success for children

Prevention Programs
Community Education offers seminars and workshops for the general public and professionals working with children to increase awareness of issues affecting child development. Community Consultation Services offer professional consultation services to area schools, courts, residential facilities and shelters, substance abuse programs and other youth serving agencies to help them more effectively respond to the special needs of youth.

Crisis services are available 7 days a week. To reach our Crisis Team: Dial 2-1-1

Community Partners
$100,000 + Child First GE Herbert and Nell Singer Foundation, Inc. United Way of Greenwich $50,000 - $99,999 James A. Colica Community Fund of Darien Help for Children Viking Global Foundation $25,000 - $49,999 Judy and Charles Eaton S & L Marx Foundation, Inc. United Way of Western Connecticut $10,000 - $24,999 First County Bank Foundation Garden Homes Fund Jill Gordon and Dan Malkoun Marion E. Kenworthy-Sarah H. Swift Foundation Jane and J. Keith Morgan Judy and Joe Nemec New Canaan Community Foundation James Parke Perrin Family Foundation Pitney Bowes Inc. Wendy and Ethan Schwartz Edward D. Stewart Thomson Reuters UBS William and Sylvia Silberstein Foundation Ari Ginsburg and Ryan Zanin $5,000 - $9,999 Anonymous Cummings & Lockwood LLC Nancy and Stephen Gramps Inner-City Foundation for Charity & Education Kaufmann Foundation Shelley Leibowitz Mabel Burchard Fischer Grant Foundation National Children's Alliance Near and Far Aid Association, Inc. Cathy and Rich Ostuw Sherry Perlstein and Mark Tilley The Peter B. and Adeline W. Ruffin Foundation Purdue Pharma Lisa and Bob Rooney Round Hill Community Church, Inc. Ruth W. Brown Foundation Saint Mark's Parish Xerox Foundation

Collaborations with other community providers such as schools, police, doctors, and hospitals enable us to provide more comprehensive, wrap-a-round services. Similarly, our partnership with donors enables us to bridge the gap between what it costs CGC to provide services and what families are able to pay. Together we make a difference in the lives of children, assuring that when a child is struggling, help is not delayed.
$2,500 - $4,999 Anonymous Martha and James Barrett Kim and William Brasser Alina and Raul Cosio The Dammann Fund, Inc. David Dawes Nee II Foundation Sherry DeLuca and B. Cort Delany Deloitte & Touche LLP Margaret Deluca Ritu and Eric Duenwald Eric M. Dull Charlesanna and Bill Ecker Exchange Club of New Canaan Phyllis and Dan Finn Diane and Greg Hong Robert Kaiden Joan and Michael Makara Peoples United Community Foundation Per and Astrid Heidenreich Family Foundation Martha and Glen Poulter St. Francis Episcopal Church Mary Sommer and Jay Sandak Cristin Tierney and James A. Shapiro Jane and Patrick Shea Stamford Hospital Care to Share Campaign Maggie and Joe Taddeo Lorraine and Harold Tinkler Jennifer and Brian Ward William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund Donna Zalichin and Barry Kramer Rachel and Taymore Zarghami $1,000 - $2,499 Anonymous (2) David Barton Laura Weintraub Beck and Scott Beck Susan and Jon Beyman Jeanne and Chris Bradley Linda and Greg Cameron Jennifer and James Coffey Kristi Colburn and John OBrien Contrarian Capital Management Cornelia Cogswell Rossi Foundation Inc. Daphne Seybolt Culpeper Memorial Foundation Emily and Joe DiMiceli Patti and Jim Dormer Beth Ann and Tony Eason First Congregational Church of Darien First Congregational Church of Greenwich Icy and Scott Frantz Landmann Family Fund Nancy and Perry Gaa General Re Corporation Marky Hall Carter and Joe Carter Christine and Paul Hampel Ellie Hartog Lauren and Dan Henson Estate of Robert P. Herzog Katherine and Sharard Hookings IBM Retiree Charitable Campaign Cynthia and Thomas Johnstone Athena Kaviris Colleen and Ashish Kishore Jennifer and Craig Knebel Debbie and Fred Kuntzman The Kurzrok Foundation Larry Feinberg Family Foundation Lord & Taylor Lisa and Declan Maguire Ann Mandel MBIA Foundation Kenda and Neil McDonnell Suzanne and Glen Messina Heidi and Brian Miller Joanne and Mark Mosca Britta and Denis Nayden New Country Audi of Greenwich Paula and Clarence Nunn Amy and Daniel Nussbaum Margaret A. ONeal Paula K. Oppenheim Marcia Perlstein and Nyla Dartt Jeannine and Richard Phelan Debbie Reif Elisa Rizzo Sharon and Frank Robinson Cathy and Ed Rosenthal Rotary Club of New Canaan Natalia Ruderman Sandak Hennessey & Greco, LLP Sally and Everett Schenk Vasanthi Sekhar Debi and Jay Shaw Jennifer Sheridan Julie Sonigo Andrea and Johnathan Sprole Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation Marilyn and Kim Tanner Jacqui and Howard Tooter Carol and Mike Trotta Christel H. Truglia Peter Tryhane Nola and Jim Ungari Deborah and John Ward Webster Bank Janet T. Weintraub The Wiggins Foundation, Inc. Sigal and Itai Zarmi

$500 - $999 Anonymous (3) Harry E. Allan Bank of America Charitable Foundation Janet Banker Helene and Paul Bartilucci Seth Bodnar Jane and Fred Brooks Maria Barton Califano and Mark Califano Anna and John Carberry Judy Crane-The Refuge: A Healing Place Darien Rowayton Bank Louise Egdorf Bob Eick Peg Fritz and Barry Wentworth Katherine Hanson Olga and Christopher Hartwell Mary and Jim Himes Catalina and Ivan Horak Virginia Hyde Monica and Michael Keady KPMG Dorothy Levine and Alvin Rosenfeld Meg Mortimer and David Lloyd Kristen and Bob McCarrick Elena and Kenneth McCoy Sarah and Chris Mead Belinda and James Metzger Caren and Christopher Miller SMF Foundation/JM Inc. Foundation Donna and Dennis Monson Marietta and Alan Morelli Roumen Nikolov Melanie and Sean O'Connell Patagonia Pepsico Foundation Patricia and Robert Phillips Jaime and Ray Redniss Larry Rosenberg and Lina Morielli Jayne and Mark Rosenberg Deborah and Chuck Royce Michael Scherer Lynn and Tom Schiro Selkowitz Family Foundation Signature Construction Group Amy and Ric Silva Judith and Steven Spitz Silvana and Sanders Stein Betsy and Mike Stone Bonnie and William Strittmatter Patty and Andy Toth Monique Gagnon Vietorisz and Tomas Vietorisz Wells Fargo Private Bank Terrie Wood Amy and Steve Zabin

$250 - $499 Anonymous (3) American Express Foundation Anne and Peter Ardery Mary and Kirk Barneby Joan and Nicholas Bartilucci Hombeline and Patrick Baugier Deborah and Robert Boehringer Stacy Bone Jamie Boris and Paul Lapin Ann Bowling Terrie and Art Brown Jace and Jacko Day Manual DeLeon Kim and Joshua Farber Jill and Alex Dimitrief Barbara Long and Donald Foley Jill Mastoloni-Furno and Erik Furno Dessy and Rob Gargiulo Signe S. Gates Lile and John Gibbons Denise Giordano Grabe Family Foundation Paul J. Halas Bruce Heller Jody and Robert Infanger Roslyn and Elliot Jaffe Meagan and Dan Johnson Kiwanis Club of New Canaan Dianne and Richard Korn Melanie Koschnitzke Terri and Tom Kutzen Lynn and Alan Lebowitz Kristina E. Lindstedt Kim Logan Joan and Jim Manning Anne and Andrew Manusky John Mickle Iris and Andrew Morse Sue and Jim Mulholland John Popa Lynne and George Reilly Millie Roa Linda and Rony Schlapfer Amy and Mark Schneider Anne and Alan Shaw Frank E. Smurlo, Jr. Kathleen and Kevin Stagg Stamford Woman's Club Michele Stuart Susan and Sanford Swidler Lindsay Tiscia William Tong Sue and Jim Torres Mary and Joe Watts Zachary Weinberger Jessica Welt Juanita James and Dudley Williams Leslie and Andrew Zachary $100 - $249 Anonymous (13) Marilyn and Stuart Adelberg Amy W. Allen

Diana and Walt Altorfer Marsha Anastasia Jenny and Scott Anderson Cris and Bruce Ansnes Marylena Antonelli Andrea and Renato Berzolla Paula Kurasch and Terry Blank Leigh and Nick Bochicchio The Brandt Organization Maureen and Michael Cacace Erica Calhoun Paule Couture Karen DAgostino Frances R. Daily Barbara Daniele JoAnn and Martin Davey Jayne and Christopher Day Rosemary Ryan and Jack Degrado Francis M. Deluca Rhoda Dember Deutsch Charitable Foundation Dana Dorfman Grubin and Scott Grubin Judy and Joel Dorfman Arlene and Nicholas DuBiago Christopher Dubrowski Martha and Bill Durkin James H. Edwards Ginnie Ertl Diane Falls Yelena and Eric Ferits Amy and Simon Fisher Rose and Mike Foley Mari Okie-Fouracre and Tony Fouracre Nadine and Steven Fox Michele L. Gibbons Penelope and Edward Glassmeyer Benjamin Golden Greater Hartford Community Foundation, Inc. Sue and Ed Greenberg Lindsay Grossman Barbara and Frank Grunwald Susan and Bill Gulliver Sarita Hanley Sally and Mike Harris Jennifer Henkind and Joseph Ferraro Ginny and Tom Hughes Sara and David Hunt Mary Joggerst Edward Kamenetzy Sherry and Kenneth Karetnick Sharon and Doug Karp Christine and Beau Keen Marian King Pam and Ken Koprowski Marcy and Marc Kurzman Linda Lael Daniel G. Laline, Jr. Frances and Bernard Laterman Nina LeSueur Sally and Rick Lewis Margaret Lezcano Nina and Norman Lotstein Petula Lucey Adam Luysterborghs

Patricia Lydon Ceci and Rob Maher Grace and Paul Markovits Barbara and Richard Marks Kate and Jonathan Marlow Judy and David Martin Kathy Mawicke and Kevin Hall Laraine and Keith McCormack Ellen and Joel Mellis Stan Miller Roxanne and Steve Mitchell Mary and Michael Moore Wendy Mora Stuart Morrison Polly Morrow Marnie and Fritz Mueller Jill Nehro Roslyn and Merritt Nesin Anne and Michael ORourke Patricia and Michael Parry Erica and Ben Pomerantz Mary Lou Rinaldi Charmaine and Rick Rohr Sheila and Harry Romanowitz Rochelle and Mark Rosenberg Anna and Ronald Rosenthal Sandra Saavedra LeeAnn and Joel Schechter Zachary Scheublein Stella and Dominic Schinella Brenda and Dan Sciarra Maddy Shapiro Lindsay Sloan Donna Spellman SPLURGE Gifts Inc. Michelle and Craig Stearns Susan and Robert Stone Cara Sullivan Anne and Carter Sullivan Donna and Richard Taber Vicki and Harold Tananbaum Maureen and Charles Taylor Nora Thompson-Perry Karie and David Tiscia Eleanor B. Tomac Kimberly A. Tully Christine and Ed Turecek Carol and Paul Tusch Stamfords Urban Scavenger Race Jennifer VanBelle Henrik Vanderlip Andrea and Andres Villamizar Beverly and Peter Wagner Kim Warren Candee I. Weed Madge and Tom Conway Nancy and Mark Weissler Anne Downey and Ken Wiegand Ann Marie and Steve Winsch Donors to $99 Anonymous (7) Dave Acampora Mr. and Mrs. Herman Alswanger

Lesley Apt and Doug Dudfield Ruth Barton Janet Becker Stewart Brownlee Roberta Cohen Bea and Peter Crumbine Helene A. Devin Meg and Mark Diamond Danielle and Evan Eason Claire Fishman Channe Fodeman Theresa and Leonard Frano Julia Frederick Ronni and George Freed Bea Friedman Ellen and Michael Funck Gretchen Garrigues GoodSearch The Hollander Foundation Madeline and Vern Houston Carol and Allen Krim Margaret and Bernard Levy Sharon and Jeff Lewis Stephanie and Neil Lubarsky Rosalie Makler Marie Mitchell Kelli Nairn Karen and Gary Neems Patricia and David Nelson Sheron E. Palmer Rhea and Paul Plotnick Nora Posner Linda Reing and Paul Daly Janice and Albert Repicci Ruth and Harold Sandak Sylvia Schaum Frieda and Eugene Shapiro Caroline Skidmore Louise Bloch Stern Michael Tehrani Judy and David Ulrich Debby and Mike Yacenda Jill Yolen Cathy and Steve Zales Olga and Henry Zalichin In-Kind Donations CT Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities (CACLD) CTI Consolidated Technologies Diserio Martin OConnor & Castiglioni LLP Carl Otis Chelsea Piers Patrick Shea, Esq. Dr. Betsy Stone Ann Rosenbaum Brian Yovine United Way of Western Connecticut Gifts were made in honor of Laura Weintraub Beck Walter O. Briggs III James A. Colica Jill Curran

Margaret Deluca Dana Dorfman Grubin Charlesanna Ecker Ron Federman Ellie Hartog Legal Management Services, Inc. Shelley B. Leibowitz Paul Markovits J. Keith Morgan Sherry Perlstein Lisa Rooney Larry Rosenberg Samuel Rosenfeld Alan Seidman James A. Shapiro Barbara Ward Janet Weintraub Donna Zalichin Gifts were made in memory of Nancy E. Barton Ellen Camhi Rachel Madore Grace Catherine McCormack Harry Romanowitz Deborah B. Weintraub Henry Weintraub Come Play! Auction Donors Agabhumi the Best of Bali Aldrich Museum Alvin Rosenfeld Amy W. Allen Amy Zabin Anonymous Ark Restaurant Group Arlington Club Arthur Murray Dance Asiana Cafe Avenue Nightclub Barcelona Restaurant Bartaco Bennett Jewelers Blackforest Pastry Shop Blackheath Beverage Group Blades Salon Boulevard 18 Bovey Castle Bryant Park Grill Buddakan NY Restaurant Capital Grille Charlesanna and Bill Ecker Chocopologie Christine and Paul Hampel Christopher Russo CoCo Nail and Spa Courville Services Daily Show with Jon Stewart Deborah Faruggio DiMare Pastry Shop Dos, A Playground for Hair Empire Merchants Equinox Eric Lebowitz

Femmegems Frank Smurlo Garden Catering Grahams Greenwich Medical Skincare & Laser Spa Grey Goose Gut Reaction Hopscotch Salon Isam Culver James Balitsos Jen DiBella Joe and Judy Nemec John and Cathi Raffaeli Kelly Anne Photography Kenda McDonnell Lapine, Inc. Larry Rosenberg Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Lavo Restaurant LDV Hospitality Lescale Liz Angelone Locanda Verde Long Ridge Tavern Louies Italian Restaurant and Bar Mackeys Service Madonia Restaurant Mamas Boy Margaret Simon Match Restaurant Michael and AnnMarie Simco Michael Bonadies Michael Perry Michael Stone

Mitchells Fish Market Moet Hennessy Morgans Hotel Group- Clift Nail Boutique Natalia Ruderman New Canaan Wine Merchant New Country Audi of Greenwich Noelle Spa for Beauty and Wellness Nola North End Grill One Two Three Restaurant Palm Restaurant Penny Weights Pieter and Kathy Hoets Pounds & Ounces Prime Time Global Quattro Pazzi Rachel Zarghami Robeks Juice Robert Restaurant Robert Klaeger Roger Sherman Inn Sabita Holistic Center Salon S Salon Shahin Sams Wine & Liquor Scena Restaurant Shelley Leibowitz Smart Kids Toys South End Splash Car Wash SPLURGE Unique Gifts Spotted Horse Stamford Downtown Special Services District

Stamford Toys Star Liquors Starr Restaurants Sterling Equities Steven Fox Jewelry Strada Restaurant Stuart Aronson Tangerine Tao Restaurant Team Epic Ten Twenty Post Oyster Bar/ Bistro The Chelsea The Lodge at Woodloch The London NYC The Whelk Thomson Reuters Tim and Sue Collier Two's Company Concept Store Val's Putnam Wines & Liquors Vineyard Vines Zumbach Coffee Come Play! In-Kind Donations Doreen Birdsell Connecticut Distributors Inc Rapid Press Serendipity Magazine Team Epic We apologize for any errors or omissions. Please contact the Development Department with any corrections.

Together, We Can Make a Difference


Use the enclosed envelope or visit www.childguidancect.org/waystodonate.htm. Together you and your neighbors have built this community. Together, you can also do something profound to sustain it and help create resources for generations of children to come. Think of your community as one of your heirs and designate the Child Guidance Center as a beneficiary. Just as a childs journey starts today, so can your legacy. There are many ways you can plan for the future. Some of the options for creating a lasting impact include: Gift Annuities Bequests / Revocable Living Trusts Life Insurance (Beneficiary Designation) Retirement Plans / IRAs (Beneficiary Designation)

Make Your Donation Today

Consider Your Lasting Impact

For more information please contact Jeannine Egdorf at (203) 517-3320 or jeannine.egdorf@childguidancect.org.

Your Legacy. Their Future.

Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut, Inc. 196 Greyrock Place Stamford, CT 06901 203-324-6127 www.childguidancect.org generalmailbox@childguidancect.org
Other service locations 103 West Broad Street, Stamford, CT 06902 203-324-6127 23 Benedict Place, Greenwich, CT 06830 203-983-5294 972 Post Road, Darien, CT 06820 203-662-9380 New Canaan, CT 203-324-6127

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Supported by the Connecticut Department of Children & Families; the Office of Victims Services; the Town of Greenwich Department of Social Services and Community Development Block Grant; the City of Stamford Community Development Block Grant; and the Town of New Canaan Health and Human Services Department.

Board of Directors Laura Weintraub Beck, Esq. Chairman Gail Balcerzak, Esq. James A. Colica Timothy G. Collier John Crum Margaret A. Deluca, Esq. Charlesanna Ecker Stephen A. Gramps Paul F. Hampel Clive Johnson, DO Robert L. Kaiden Michael Keady Shelley Leibowitz Kim Logan Dan Malkoun Kenda McDonnell J. Keith Morgan, Esq. Richard Ostuw Lisa B. Rooney, MD Edward Rosenthal Jay H. Sandak, Esq. Ethan Schwartz James A. Shapiro, Esq. Donna W. Zalichin Sigal Zarmi Directors Emeritus Judy D. Eaton Jutta M. Nemec, MD Edward D. Stewart Joseph R. Taddeo Harold J. Tinkler

Senior Management Team Sherry Perlstein, MSW, President / CEO Kimberly DiBella-Farber, MSW, Director, Quality & Operations/COO Jeannine Egdorf, BA, Development Director Jennifer Knebel, MBA, Chief Financial Officer Deborah Matthews, PhD, Director, Admissions and Assessment Elizabeth Ortiz-Schwartz, MD, Medical Director Larry M. Rosenberg, PhD, Clinical Director Jessica Welt, PsyD, Director, Crisis Services Clinical Staff Ashley Adamson, MSW Gloria Aronson-Weinberg, MSW Cara Barbierri, PsyD Jessie Bekoe, MSW Anna Binder, MD Lindsey Bloomenthal, MSW Ginelle Carsillo, MA Mary Curley, MSW Simon Epstein, MD Shari Fanelli, MS Larry Feldman, MSW Leah Fischel, PsyD Kirimi Fuller, PsyD
Program Director, MDFT Program Director, SART

Care Coordinators and Case Managers Ivelise Alicea, BA Anna Marie Giblen, CAS Scott Emerson-Pace, BS Greta Colon-Vargas Mirlande Pressat Sandra Saavedra, BA Carmen Elena Woody, MPS
Program Director, System of Care

Melanie Koschnitzke, MSW Eunice Matthews, PhD, MSW Jennifer McBride, MSW Wendy Mora, MSW Christine Olson, MSW Erica Pomerantz, PsyD Marcella Sancho, MSW Dan Sciarra, PhD Steven Spitz, PhD Lindsay Tiscia, MSW Mary Tuttle, APRN Dana Vera, MSW Kim Warren, MSW
Program Director, Child First

Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow Elizabeth Studwell, PsyD Psychology Interns Yekaterina Donina, PsyD Candidate Michael Haas, PsyD Candidate Sarah Hundley, PsyD Candidate Cristiano Santostefano, PsyD Candidate Social Work Interns Elizabeth Cosgriff, MSW Candidate Laura Schultz, MSW Candidate

Ruben Garcia, BS Lindsay Grossman, MSW Veruzca Guzman, BS Mary Joggerst, MSW

Community Office Director, Greenwich

Community Office Director, Darien/New Canaan

Administrative Staff Margaret Bruns, Administrative Assistant Michaela Daddabbo, Executive Assistant Eric Lebowitz, Development Associate Maritza Martinez, Billing Associate Ned Pearce, Controller Edith Quinones, Accounting Administrator Millie Roa, Administrative Assistant Lynn Stempien, Office Administrator Cara Sullivan, Coordinator, Quality & Technology Maria Vallejo, Receptionist/Electronic Billing Assistant

Maximizing every donors dollar this report was designed in-house by CGCs Development Staff Please note that images in this report do not depict actual patients to ensure privacy and confidentiality