2 About Marygrove Marygrove, originally named The House of the Good Shepherd, was founded in 1849 by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd. It was located in the city of St. Louis and provided residence and services for troubled girls. In 1969, The House of the Good Shepherd relocated to the present location in Florissant and changed its name to Marygrove. Marygrove became a Catholic Charities agency in Over the years, Marygrove has expanded its services to meet the ever changing needs of the children referred, developing a proficiency in treating children with profound and complex mental health issues. In 2006, Marygrove merged with Child Center of Our Lady, which provided additional financial stability, allowed for the growth of its dedicated staff, and provided the ability to expand services. Marygrove continues its over 160 year tradition of proclaiming the teachings of the Catholic Church through services to socially and economically disadvantaged children who are struggling to manage their mental illnesses so that they can break the ongoing cycle of poverty, mental illness, and abuse. Today, Marygrove is one of the largest therapeutic residential treatment programs in Missouri, serving over 170 children and young adults each day who are struggling with behavioral, emotional, or other mental health issues, often as a result of abuse, neglect and/or other early childhood traumas. The programs offered by Marygrove are: residential treatment (long and short-term); an on-campus special education school; transitional living (includes group homes and therapeutic foster homes); independent living (in off-site, scattered apartments); overnight crisis care (crisis nursery), and services to homeless youth. The desired outcome for each child is to learn how to manage their mental health condition and develop life skills so they can move to a less restrictive environment- with family, a responsible relative, a foster or adoptive home, or to live independently. A treatment plan utilizing customized individual, group, family, and recreation therapy is created, and their progress is monitored by case managers. The mission of Marygrove is to provide mental health services to severely disturbed children, young adults, and their families who are economically disadvantaged.
3 Historical Highlights 1849 Founded as The House of the Good Shepherd in the city of St. Louis The organization moved to its current location in Florissant and the name was changed to Marygrove Marygrove becomes a federation agency of Catholic Charities Marygrove becomes co-ed and changes licensing to include males and females, ages 6 to Requests licensing to extend age limit to 19 years for males and females Accreditation is received to serve behavior-disordered, educable mentally retarded in on-campus classrooms Sequoia House, a psychiatric group home for young women, ages 17 to 21, is opened in partnership with Missouri Department of Mental Health Marygrove begins offering day emergency services to boys and girls, ages 6 to Overnight Emergency Program begins as a pilot endeavor Sycamore House becomes the only registered, licensed residential therapeutic foster home in the area. National Council of Accreditation accredits Marygrove as part of the Catholic Charities Network of Children s agencies Overnight Emergency Program expands to 7 nights a week and receives a waiver in licensing age to provide crisis care to children from birth to Marygrove signs contract with St. Louis Community College to become partners in excellence for training in residential care, nursing, education, social work, and recreation the first step in becoming an education/training center Sequoia House begins apartment services for males and females ages 16 to P.A.L.S. Program developed to provide at-risk youth with adult mentors through a community-based service. Full-time Director of Mentoring is hired Marygrove launches Capital Campaign with $4 million goal Kids Care Crisis Nursery program begins providing at-risk youth with a safe haven, helping to prevent or eliminate child abuse and neglect. Clinton Cottage, the second residential, therapeutic foster home, opens.
4 2005 Marygrove breaks ground for Drury House, a 12-bed transitional living services facility for young males Drury House opens in February. Governor Matt Blunt visits in the spring, tours the campus and holds a press conference in Drury House On July 1 Child Center of Our Lady of Grace and Marygrove merge forming a new legal entity, Catholic Comprehensive Services for Children Child Center ~ Marygrove. The agency locates on the former Marygrove campus and preserves its mission of serving abused, neglected and disadvantaged children and families in the St. Louis community, the State of Missouri and Southwestern Illinois Cedar Cottage begins conversion to a 15-bed, residential treatment facility for juvenile sexual offenders. The adolescent male residents range in age from 12 to Arbor House opened in September 2007 as an independent living house located on campus. The program offered in Arbor House provides a transition period for two residents who are preparing to move into CCM supported off-campus apartments. Here two residents will have the opportunity to get acclimated to living without 24/7 supervision and several housemates while in close proximity to support staff and services CCM is in the final phase of renovating the lower level of Drury House, a transitional living group home for 12 young men who are learning life skills to help them eventually move off campus. Upon completion, the lower level of Drury House will be used for Resident Youth Advisory Board meeting, the Mentoring Program, staff training and staff offices Renovation complete in Drury House; 4 staff offices, training room with laptop computers; Clinton House receives brand new windows and doors to improve efficiency; all cottage exterior rear doors where children are brought back by visitors were replaced by doors with windows; installed new electrical service and wiring in the administration building; 2 bedrooms added to Sequoia House with new sprinkler system. A generator was installed at the treatment center to accommodate residents during power outages Converted Arbor House to a transitional foster home for boys; purchased two new vans for Sycamore and Clinton foster homes; made major repairs on the cafeteria roof; replaced the patio at back of Administration Building. Marygrove s School was recognized as a school of excellence by the National Association of Special Education Teachers Grewe House opens as another Transitional Living Home for older youth Planning, demolition, and construction begins for Orchard Row in Edmundson. This will add 2 transitional living and 1 foster home into the program and services already offered at Marygrove.
5 Giving Children Roots to Learn and Grow: Marygrove s Programs All of Marygrove s programs are designed to help young people transcend mental health issues resulting from early childhood traumas, often extreme violence, abuse or neglect. The goal is to empower residents with life skills that will allow them to move to a less restrictive environment or live independently. Ultimately, Marygrove seeks to give young people the tools they need to achieve personal success. Therapeutic Residential Treatment Program The six on-campus cottages - Willowood, Evergreen, Rosewood, Aspen, Cedar and Cypress - provide a family-like setting for children ages 6-18 to live while they develop and practice self-control, cooperation and responsibility. Residents attend school and engage in a variety of other therapy and activities that are part of their individual treatment plan. Transitional Living Sequoia House and Drury House are on-campus psychiatric group homes for young adult women and men, respectively. These homes provide full time supervision to residents who attend school and/or work, while progressing in personal development as outlined in their treatment plan. They also develop practical skills such as cooking and personal finance, as well as learn about healthy relationships and other responsible decision making. Sequoia Apartment Services (SAS) SAS is a supervised, scattered-site apartment program for young adult men and women ages 17 to 21 many of whom have been homeless or are facing other challenges. These Marygrove residents live off campus while continuing to receive financial, medical, and emotional support from Marygrove. SAS residents learn how to leverage community resources, utilize public transportation and develop responsible parenting and other life skills. Therapeutic Foster Care Three therapeutic foster homes - Sycamore House, Clinton Cottage, and Arbor House - are located just outside the main gates of the Marygrove
6 campus. A house parent lives in each foster home and provides supervision and guidance. They also make sure residents are making progress with their treatment goals and skill development. Residents attend school, participate in extracurricular and social activities and/or may have a job. Crisis Services Crisis services are provided 24/7 in the Overnight Emergency Program (OEP) and Kids Care Crisis Nursery. In OEP, children who are at risk of abuse or who have been victimized can be brought to Marygrove immediately without any documentation while the situation is assessed. Fourteen beds are available to children who have been removed from home-crisis situations to ensure their safety and comfort. Many are brought by police officers or social workers without advance notice. These children are taken care of in a time of stress, fear and need. They receive safe shelter, food and clothing as well as counseling, physical and sexual abuse screening, and medical care within a nurturing environment. The Kids Care Crisis Nursery provides respite services for parents and caregivers facing a family crisis and need a safe and healthy place to bring their children. The program offers counseling and follow up to help guardians manage future crisis situations. Marygrove also operates a crisis program for St. Louis County homeless youth up to age 19. Education Programs While most residents attend public schools in the area, some attend special education classes on campus. Certified through the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Special School District of St. Louis County, Marygrove provides a private separate special education school on campus for children who are unable to attend a less restrictive educational setting. Marygrove s special education team coordinates both the academic plans and behavioral goals of its students with over 20 schools in the greater St. Louis area. A majority of residents attend academic and enrichment courses on campus during the summer months. Therapy and Treatment Programs Marygrove s therapy and treatment programs are an integral part of the programs at Marygrove. A licensed therapist is assigned to each cottage and works closely with the staff on an individualized treatment plan for each resident. The therapy and treatment programs are designed to help residents take control of their emotions and develop responsible and healthy behaviors.
7 Glen A young man s journey: How love and a supportive grove transforms lives Michelle St. Pierre first met Glen when he was a resident in Willowood Cottage at Marygrove. Michelle was a cottage supervisor and Glen was a hard-headed, disrespectful and often downright rude 10-year old boy. He was frequently fighting at school and spent more time suspended than in class. But he had the sweetest smile Michelle had ever seen. Unfortunately, she hardly ever saw it. When Michelle accepted the position as foster parent in Sycamore House, Marygrove s therapeutic foster home, she was less than thrilled to learn Glen would be her first resident. After Glen moved in at age 13, Michelle had the opportunity to spend time with him one on one. Michelle began to understand that underneath Glen s protective layer that pushed people away was a good heart and a desire to be a better young man. Michelle began to see that illuminating smile more often. Over the years, Michelle continued to provide loving guidance to Glen and they formed a special bond. Due largely to Michelle s positive influence and Marygrove s community of support, Glen s attitude and school performance improved. Fights at school and suspensions decreased, and his grades at Hazelwood West High School improved from D s and F s to B s and C s. Glen also discovered sports as a way to feel more empowered and build self-esteem. His engagement in athletics was a major turning point in Glen s life. He participated in football, wrestling, and track. He set many school athletic records that still have not been broken. Having a stable home life and a foster mother Glen could trust, along with his love of sports, Glen turned his life completely around. His proud mom received the best compliment when the school nurse told her, You must be a miracle worker because in my 55 years I have never seen someone make a complete turnaround like Glen. He has become my favorite student. That smile of his can make my entire day! When Glen turned 17 his Division of Family Services (DFS) worker talked to Michelle about moving him out of Sycamore House and into an independent living program. The thought of losing Glen prompted Michelle to begin adoption proceedings, which according to the DFS worker was the only option for keeping him with her. On November 17, 2001, Glen became Michelle s legal son and she became his new mom. Now 23, Glen is close to graduating with an associate s degree from St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley. He runs track at school, has a lot of friends, and also has a part-time job. Michelle beams when she speaks about Glen stating, He is the best thing that has ever happened to me. I can t imagine life without him being my son.
8 Financial Data MARYGROVE ANNUAL REPORT JULY 1, June 30, 2012 Revenues Fees for Service* Residential $4,528,901 Education 119,763 Psychiatric Group Home 1,061,514 Therapeutic Foster Care 329,135 Overnight Emergency/Crisis Care Nursery 383,267 Apartment Transitional Living Program 571,673 General Administration 5,847 Total Fees for Service $7,000,100 Contributions Grants $ 375,658 United Way 486,227 Neighborhood Assistance Program 68,212 Youth Opportunity Program 138,116 Special Events 487,922 Unrestricted Contributions 286,948 Releases from Restricted Assets 148,384 Total Contributions $1,991,467 Other Revenue $ 37,951 Total Revenues $9,029,518 Expenses Personnel Salaries, Taxes, Benefits $6,244,993 Professional Fees 475,857 Aid to Individuals 261,697 Plant Operations 436,006 Supplies 1,167,262 Other 47,570 Insurance, Assessments & Grants 340,864 Depreciation 274,996 Total Expenses $9,249,245 *Fees for Service include payment from Children s Division and Department of Mental Health
9 CATHOLIC COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES FOR CHILDREN: MARYGROVE STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS OF JUNE 30, 2012 (In thousands) ASSETS 2012 Cash $ 62 St. Louis Archdiocesan Fund deposits-depositors' Fund 209 Accounts receivable - net 696 Grants and pledges receivable - net 1,190 Other assets 100 Property and equipment - net 2,438 TOTAL $ 4,695 LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS LIABILITIES: Accounts payable and accrued expenses 566 Deferred revenue - Due to Archdiocesan affiliated entities - Total liabilities 566 NET ASSETS: Unrestricted 2,784 Temporarily restricted 1,345 Total net assets 4,129 TOTAL $ 4,695
10 July 1, 2011 June 30, 2012 Government Reimbursement for Services $ 5,456,366 Outside Support (including United Way) $ 3,573,152 Total $ 9,029,518 2% 13% Program 85% Management and General Fundraising Average Daily Census by Program OEP/Crisis Nursery 12 Special Education Classes 7 Sycamore House Clinton Cottage 3 4 Drury House Sequoia House Apartments 31 Cottages
11 Children and Families Served at Marygrove July 1, 2011 June 30, 2012 Program Number Served in FY 12 Number of Days in Service Crisis Care Overnight Emergency 88 1,162 Kids Care Crisis Nursery Kids Care Crisis Teen Respite Children s Service Fund 61 1,333 Residential Care Aspen, Cedar, Cyprus, Evergreen, ,545 Rosewood, Willowood Transitional Living Program Sequoia House 24 3,594 Drury House 23 3,786 Independent Living Program (SAS) Residents 36 7,150 Children of Residents 21 4,591 (SAS) Grewe Therapeutic Foster Homes Sycamore Clinton 7 1,375 Arbor Outpatient Counseling Services Number of Hours Families Served Outpatient 1 1 Family Therapy Sessions Family Outreach 88 9,624 Special Education Title I 106 6,038 Hours School 10 1,135 Days Total Number All Services ,105
12 In one year Marygrove Employs over 200 people to facilitate the needs of the children Dispenses 191,711 medications in treating the children 30% of the children are able to manage their illness enough to move to a less restrictive environment In one year Marygrove uses Over 2 tons of bananas 2,184 gallons of juice 120 birthday cakes 3,000 cans of chicken noodle soup 390 pounds of peanut butter 4,992 cups of fruit yogurt
13 Marygrove employs a dedicated staff of over 200 employees which includes licensed therapists, recreation therapists, a nursing staff, special education teachers, residential technicians, and a support staff who contribute to the care of the 170 young people Marygrove serves each day. Chief Executive Officer Sister Helen Negri Chief Operations Officer Rose Crofford Chief Financial Officer Libby Baird Chief Development Officer Kathryn Feldt Marygrove Officers President Tim Drury Treasurer David Sliney Secretary Suzanne Eagan Vice President Robert Porter Strategic Planning Sam Jenkins Governing Board Connie J. Brooks Chris Carter Bob Cerame Rachel A. Covington Rev. Thomas French, S.M. DeAnn Gueck Roseanne Henkel Elliott Henry Capt. Ronald Johnson Dr. Deborah L. Kerber Sherman McCoy Brigid McNamara Avani Nayak Carolyn J. Pryor, M.D. Michael Reilly Marcie Wanner Susan Werner David Wilson Brain J. O Malley, Ex Officio
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