Annual Report

Comments

Transcription

Annual Report
The Gift of
Possibilities
2010-2011 Annual Report for Centerstone Foundation
74,000
Individuals of all
ages served at
Centerstone this year.
The vast possibilities of our great future
will become realities only if we make
ourselves responsible for that future.
– Gifford Pinchot
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2 From the CEO
3 From the Foundation Chair
Centerstone Foundation Board of Directors
4 About Centerstone
5 Foundation Leadership
Volunteer Leadership
6 Ambassadors Circle
7 Specific Areas of Support
9 “Reclaiming” Capital Campaign
11 Annual Giving Donors 2010-2011
14 Memorial Gifts
Tribute Gifts
Gifts In-Kind
15 Societies
16 Endowments
19 Giving
20 Centerstone of America Leadership
1 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
FROM THE CEO
Dear Friends,
As I look back over the past 18 months, I am deeply inspired by the many people Centerstone has
helped and the possibilities that each of those lives holds.
At Centerstone, we believe in the possibilities of lives changed forever through prevention, intervention
and research-driven treatments. Our ultimate dream at Centerstone is to prevent and cure mental illness and addiction. That is our mission.
Last year alone, 74,000 people reached out to Centerstone for help throughout Indiana, Tennessee and beyond – individuals and families so desperately seeking hope and fulfillment in their lives. As the nation’s largest private provider of community-based behavioral healthcare, we are making breakthroughs every day to help those who are impacted by brain disorders, addiction and trauma
achieve recovery. With our focus on care, research and education, Centerstone has reset the paradigm
in behavioral healthcare. We are making our mission a reality.
Our role at the Centerstone Foundation is to connect people, like you, to our mission. And, because of
your gifts, last fiscal year was our best ever. Over $4.8 million in donations were made to Centerstone –
vital gifts that saved lives, restored hope, rekindled dreams and ensured that countless individuals could
be free of illness and live life to its fullest. In addition, four board members, one employee and one
retired employee made commitments through their estate plans. Planned gifts are vitally important
to Centerstone and the most efficient way to build endowment. Endowments assure that life-saving
treatments and cures are available to future generations.
On behalf of the boards of directors of Centerstone, our staff and, most
importantly, our clients and their families, please accept our deepest
gratitude for your investment in Centerstone.
Thank you for all you do to ensure that life’s infinite possibilities
become a reality for all.
Linda Garceau, MBA, MA
Chief Executive Officer
Centerstone Foundation
We believe in the possibilities of lives changed
forever through prevention, early intervention
and research-driven treatments.
2 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
FROM THE FOUNDATION CHAIR
On behalf of the Centerstone Foundation Board, I am deeply honored to thank you for your
support this past year. You have helped thousands of children, teens, adults and their families
overcome trauma, addiction and emotional illness. You have also helped fund vital research to
generate breakthrough discoveries and advance treatments and prevention.
As board members, each one of us chose Centerstone because we know the impact that our time
and contributions have on lives in our communities. We know that Centerstone is critically
important, changing and saving lives daily. And, it cannot happen
without caring and thoughtful people like you.
We thank you for imagining the possibilities of your gift and what it
can mean to someone’s life.
Lisa Campbell
Chair
Centerstone Foundation Board of Directors
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Lisa Campbell, Chair
Johnson (Jack) Wallace,
Vice-Chair
Richard H. Fitzgerald,
Secretary
Linda D. Brooks
Jeffrey R. Fisher
Philippa Guthrie
Lee Ann Ingram
Garry D. Kleer
Phil Krebs
Robert E. Neth
George Stadler
Linda Garceau, MBA, MA
Chief Executive Officer
3 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
ABOUT CENTERSTONE
Centerstone is the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of community-based mental health and
addiction services. We provide a full range of mental health, addiction and related educational
services to more than 74,000 individuals of all ages each year, operating from nearly 120 facilities
and 220 partnership locations throughout Indiana and Tennessee.
We also operate the Centerstone Foundation; the Centerstone Research Institute (CRI), which is
improving mental healthcare through innovative research and information technology; Not Alone,
which provides confidential, no-cost support and mental health services to active military,
combat veterans and their loved ones; and Advantage Behavioral Health, a behavioral health
administrative management organization. For more information about Centerstone, please visit
www.centerstone.org.
Tennessee
Kentucky - 218
Centerstone’s
Robertson
Stewart
Obion
Dyer
Mission
Henry
Weakley
Houston
Fayette
Maury
Lewis
Hardin
Giles
Carter
Jefferson
Knox
Cumberland
Roane
Cocke
Sevier
Blount
Bedford
Coffee
Wayne
Sullivan
Hancock
Greene
Morgan
Putnam
Warren
Perry
Chester
is to prevent and
Smith
DeKalb White
Williamson
Tipton
Claiborne
Scott
Hickman
Madison
Shelby
Wilson
Carroll
Crockett
Pickett
Overton
Davidson
Gibson
Clay
Sumner Macon
Lincoln
Franklin
Grundy
Marion
McMinn Monroe
Polk
Alabama - 55
cure mental illness
CENTERSTONE
Counties where 100+ clients reside
Counties where 20-99 clients reside
and addiction.
Counties where less than 20 clients reside
Counties with Outpatient Facilities
Counties with Case Management Services /
Therapeutic Foster Care Services
www.centerstone.org
Fiscal Year 2010-2011
Indiana
Michigan - 2
Illinois - 3
Ohio - 95
Randolph
CENTERSTONE
Counties where 100+ clients reside
Counties where 1-99 clients reside
Counties with Centerstone facilities
Jackson
Kentucky - 91
Fiscal Year 2010-2011
www.centerstone.org
4 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
FOUNDATION LEADERSHIP
Linda Garceau, MBA, MA, Chief Executive Officer
Tony Exler, Director of Development Operations
Beth Rodriguez, Director of Development, Centerstone of Indiana
Vacant, Director of Development, Centerstone of Tennessee
Melissa Husk, Development Coordinator
VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP
Centerstone of America Board of Directors
A John Rose, Chair
Philippa Guthrie, Vice-Chair
Jim Sweeten, Secretary
Richard H. Fitzgerald,
Immediate Past Chair
Linda L. Hobbs
Trish Lindler
Joe Roche
David C. Guth, Jr., Chief Executive Officer
5 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
2010-2011 Ambassadors Circle, Centerstone of Tennessee
Executive Committee
Mark C. Faulkner*, Chair
Elizabeth Courtney • Melissa H. Eason • R. Parker Griffith
Ashley W. Henry • Lee Kronk • Elizabeth D. Papel • Darin Rowell • Kate Satz
Beth Alexander
Janet Ayers*
Dr. Richard Baxter*
Lee Blank
Linda Daniel Brooks*
Deborah and Steve Brophy
Cathy and Martin Brown
Betsy Caldwell
Dr. Jessie Campbell
Lisa H. Campbell*
Diana Day-Cartee and
Alan M. Cartee
Bethany and Ryan Cernoch
Dr. Kelliann Chidsey
Agenia and Charles E. Clark
Lisa R. and Jonathan Cole
Christy L. Cole
Brenda Corbin*
Kelly P. Crockett*
Ansel L. Davis, Esq.*
Suann Davis
G.F. Detwiller*
Harriet Dunn
Vincent W. Durnan*
Lucy Duvall
Ana L. Escobar, Esq.
Jeffrey R. Fisher*
Richard H. Fitzgerald*
Cynthia A. Freeman
Elena Graves
Meredith M. Griffith
Margo and Michael Hall
Douglas C. Henry
Christa N. Holleman*
Helen and Cabot Hyde
Lee Ann Ingram*
Latrisha Stewart Jemison
Lavinia Johnston*
G. L. Jones
Stacy S. and Kevin C. Karrels
Evelyn Kerby
Brock Kidd
Edith and Miles Kirkland
Phil Krebs*
Patricia T. Lindler*
Sandra V. and Lawrence M.
Lipman
Beverly C. Little
Jean F. Maddox
Thomas W. Mahler, Jr.*
Alyne Q. Massey
Theresa and Albert L.
Menefee, III*
Karen Miller
Dana F. Oman*
Cheryl and Alan A. Plummer
Dr. Carmen Reagan*
Elizabeth B. and Mark P. Reineke
Sara C.H. and Frederic W. Reisner
Ann V. Roberts
Laura S. Roberts
Mary Rolando
Dara Russell
Steve Saliba*
Eric Satz
Annie and Lee Schaefer
Deena Shapiro
Joan C. Sivley*
Patti Smallwood
George Stadler*
Sperry Stadler*
Jim Sweeten*
Comr. Deborah Taylor Tate*
Christine I. and John W. B. Taylor
Scott Thompson
Scott R. Tyrone
Melissa N. and John R. Voigt
Johnson B. Wallace, Jr.*
Joni P. Werthan
Eleanor L. Willis
Kerry K. Wilson
Mary S. and Paul A. Wilson
Cassie Winsett
Grace Woolbright
* board members
6 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
SPECIFIC AREAS OF SUPPORT
RESEARCH
Our Centerstone Research Institute (CRI) team has continued to
*The Knowledge Network, created
by CRI in 2007 and continued today
grow the Knowledge Network* consortium, launched the
through private philanthropy,
Human Performance Lab in collaboration with the Indiana
builds on CRI’s partnerships with
University School of Informatics, and worked steadily to build
institutions around the country, to
Clinical Decision Support tools for Centerstone. These efforts
focus on evidence-based treatment,
were made possible by the generous philanthropic support of
bioinformatics and expediting the
The Ayers Foundation, The Cal Turner Foundation, and
science-to-service cycle. Researchers
are able to access large patient
The Joe C. Davis Foundation.
populations and databases in order
IBM Smarter Planet series featured CRI for our work in
to evaluate new scientific findings
Clinical Decision Support and predictive modeling of behavioral
and potential therapies. Together,
healthcare services.
investigators conduct research studies
on a scale and sophistication that is
Thanks to the leadership of Centerstone of Tennessee Board
unprecedented in behavioral
Chair, Lee Ann Ingram, we have identified and facilitated a new
healthcare in the U.S.
partnership with Massachusetts General Hospital and
Harvard University.
Schizophrenia Research – CRI has a long-standing partnership with leading schizophrenia expert
Herbert Meltzer, MD. Donations have supported and continue to support Dr. Meltzer’s cutting edge
research on schizophrenia treatment at Centerstone.
CLIENT ASSISTANCE FUND
A vast majority of Centerstone’s clients are uninsured or underinsured and cannot afford the services
that they so desperately need – services such as outpatient counseling, psychiatric services, substance
abuse treatment, case management and crisis services. While our dedicated Centerstone staff work with
clients to help them enroll in appropriate support programs, unfortunately many still do not qualify.
Due to the generosity of so many donors, we have been able to establish an emergency Client Assistance
Fund, which supports clients and families who otherwise would be unable to access their treatments.
These gifts have ensured that needed care is provided.
NOT ALONE
Centerstone’s Not Alone helps military families, warriors, and
veterans heal from devastating psychological and emotional
traumas including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD),
depression, anxiety and addiction. Without immediate access
to behavioral health services, these traumas can have disastrous
effects on warriors, their families and communities, including
divorce, serious addiction, and all too often, suicide. To address
this dire need, Not Alone provides free, confidential counseling
services both in-person and within professionally facilitated
online support groups and forums. We also provide a 24/7 crisis
hotline and a web portal, which ensures all military personnel
and their families can access immediate, life-saving services. In
addition to professional counselors, Not Alone connects warriors
Over the last
twelve months,
Not Alone
provided 771
hours of online
group work,
188 hours of
in-person support
groups, 1,220
in-person counseling appointments
and handled 463 cases through our
e-clinic crisis center. We also provided
three therapeutic retreats, serving over
50 warriors and families from across
the country.
(continued)
7 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
and their families with peers who can relate to their hardships and empower them to successfully adjust
to life at home after combat. Not Alone offers and ensures these services are provided free of charge.
This is made possible through the generosity of our donors.
“RECLAIMING” CAPITAL CAMPAIGN (Nashville, Tennessee)
In November 2011, we officially announced the successful culmination of a five-year capital campaign
that raised $12,541,143. This inaugural campaign for Centerstone in Tennessee reached 102% of our total
goal – an outstanding achievement!
The “Reclaiming” Campaign supports three areas of need for Centerstone:
Our New Building on the Dede Wallace Campus
$8,011,699
Our beautiful new building on the Dede Wallace Campus will be Centerstone’s first major facility built in
Nashville, Tennessee. The new building will have two specialty clinics, serving children and families in one
and older adults in its other. In total, this historic campus will be home to nearly 40 provider offices and
offer space for other specialty programs and group therapy.
Research
$3,280,600
Unmet Need
$1,248,844
The research and scientific collaborations of Centerstone Research Institute and Centerstone are
unlocking innovative advancements in neuroscience and informing the adoption of new treatments.
This critically important work supports our mission to prevent and cure mental illness and addiction.
Funds raised through the “Reclaiming” Campaign help individuals and families who otherwise would be
unable to access services. Your support means families are reunited, hope restored and lives reclaimed.
8 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
“Reclaiming” Capital Campaign
Janet Ayers and Jack Wallace, Co-Chairs
Patricia Hart and Betty Stadler, Honorary Co-Chairs
Linda Daniel Brooks
Committee Members
R. Parker Griffith, III
Arthur J. Rebrovick
Richard Baxter
Christa Holleman
Joan Sivley
Martin S. Brown, Sr.
Lee Ann Ingram
Patti Smallwood
Lisa Campbell
Randall L. Kinnard
George Stadler
Diana Day-Cartee
Trish Lindler
Sperry Bell Stadler
Richard Fitzgerald
Sandra Lipman
Deborah Taylor Tate
Albert L. Menefee, III
Donors
$1,000,000 and above
$100,000 to $249,999
$10,000 to $24,999
The Ayers Foundation
Jim and Janet Ayers
Joe C. Davis Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rodes Hart
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin H. Ingram
The Louise Bullard Wallace
Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson B.
Wallace, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E.
Nesbitt, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. David B. Graves
Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor
Linda Daniel Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Bullard
The Frist Foundation
Sarah Katherine Givens “Katie”
Mrs. Jack C. Massey
$500,000 to $999,999
Ezell Foundation
Mark V. Ezell
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Fitzgerald
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Guth, Jr.
The Memorial Foundation
Karen and Bruce Moore
Orion Building Corporation
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Patton,
the Patton Advised Fund of the
Community Foundation of
Middle Tennessee
Regions Bank
The Frederick and Margaret L.
Weyerhauser Foundation
Xcel University
AT&T
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Baxter
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Campbell III
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Carswell
Ella P. Hayes Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. R. Parker Griffith III
Trish and John Lindler
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Lipman
Mr. and Mrs. John N. Page
Joan C. Sivley
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sweeten
Dr. and Mrs. Robert N. Vero
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bransford Wallace
Anonymous (1)
Ann Scott Carell
EBS Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Stadler
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Stadler, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Stadler, Sr.
The HCA Foundation
Theresa and Albert Menefee
Cal Turner Family Foundation
$250,000 to $499,999
Junior League of Nashville
The Community Foundation
of Middle Tennessee
$50,000 to $99,999
The Atticus Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Martin S. Brown, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Smallwood
$25,000 to $49,999
$5,000 to $9,999
Rhonda and Terry Burchyett
Lisa and Michael Butler
Deborah A. Cagle
Nan and Thomas Cox
Kelly P. Crockett
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Doub
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ferguson,
The John and Carole Ferguson Advised Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
Linda Garceau
Beth Hail
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Hale
(continued)
9 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
“Reclaiming” Capital Campaign Donors
Christa and Jim Holleman
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Melkus
Melkus Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin K. Middleton
Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Pfeffer
The Pfeffer Foundation
Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc.
Dr. Carmen C. Reagan
Karen H. Rhea, M.D.
Dee Anna and Stephen D. Saliba
Debi and Bill Tate
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams III The Jerry B. Williams and Ernest Williams III Advised Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
W.L. Lyons Brown Foundation
$1,000 to $4,999
Anonymous (1)
Jimmy and Sallie Allen
Mrs. Kenneth C. Baines
Jeanne and William Cammack
Mr. Clifton T. Campbell and
Dr. Jessie G. Campbell
Michelle J. Covington
Delta Dental of Tennessee
Mr. and Mrs. H. Gino DeSalvatore
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Easterwood
Equitable Trust
Mrs. Annette Eskind
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Evans
Rudy Gregory
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Grimes
Lynna Hollis, MD
Christy and Mark Hooper
Rebecca Marshall
Joseph L. Moore
Mary M. Moran
Dr. and Mrs. M. Brad Nunn
Nedda and Lawrence Pollack
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Rhodes
John Sanders
(continued)
Tim Sewell
Mr. and Mrs. Benton K. Stewart
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Teal
Scott E. Valentine, Jr.
Mrs. Doris E. Vaughn and
Mr. David Pruitt
Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Wootten
$500 to $1,000
Ralph I. Barr
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Blount
Karen T. Briggs, M.D.
Dr. Allen R. Craig
Dr. Alicia Batson and
Dr. Bert Hartman
Irene Howard
Mr. and Mrs. Randall L. Kinnard
Renee Leach
Beverly and Rankin R. Little, Jr.
Debra and Thomas Mahler
Marcy Melvin
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers
Rebecca W. Stoll
Mr. and Mrs. Kenning G. Watts
Mark and Sally Wingate
Up to $500
Anonymous (3)
Steve and Jean Anderson
Dr. and Mrs. David W. Ayer
Kathy and Carl Ballinger
Nancy Barber
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan A. Barnes
Melaton Y. Bass-Shelton
Carole Beltz
M. Dorothy Biggs
Emily J. Bond
Janice Buck
Jennifer Burger
Loretta Burgess
Sandra Camp
Dianne Castellano
Barbara J. Conrad
Susan and Terry Davis
Mike Denney
Chris and Jennifer Duben
Deana Gaston
Guy B. Gengras
Jennifer Goldfarb
Dr. James M. Graves
Kathleen N. Hardie
Mr. and Ms. Steven Harman
Elena Hearn
E. Ann Ingram
Willie Jemison
Robert Johannes
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Keene
Brenda Keith
Ms. Judy Olmanson and
Mr. William Klingelhoets
John LeBolt
Lesa and Jeffrey Lightfoot
Frances S. Lipman
Kerry Loy
Jules Marquart
Jonathan McElhaney
Shasta Mead
Janice Moore
Dr. Saran V. Mudumbi
Laura Mueller
Sheila C. Nickell
Barbara Pennington
Susan Pirnia
Elizabeth Rush
Sandra Russell
Jay and April Segadi
Sue Senecal
Donald Stahl
Linda Stavely
Kerri Sumner
Patty Swartz
Kay Williams
Caitlin Wright
Robert B. Young
Mary Zseltvay
10 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
Annual Giving Donors
July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011
We gratefully thank the individuals, corporations and foundations whose gifts funded over $4.8 million in
research and client care at Centerstone. The generosity represented within these pages is outstanding. These are
individuals who have joined us in pursuit of our mission to prevent and cure mental illness and addiction.
This report lists gifts received from July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011.
$50,000 to $99,999 (Innovator)
Clarksville-Montgomery County Community Health Foundation
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
$25,000 to $49,999 (Triumph)
Anonymous (1)
The HCA Foundation
The Martha and Bronson Ingram Foundation
Theresa and Albert Menefee
$10,000 to $24,999 (Victory)
The Frist Foundation
Kendrick Foundation, Inc.
United Way of Maury County, Inc.
United Way of Metropolitan Nashville
$5,000 to $9,999 (Freedom)
Boston Scientific Foundation
Kelly P. Crockett
Father and Mrs. G. F. Dettwiller II
HCA Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin H. Ingram
Lavinia Johnston
Meriwether Capital Corporation
Stephanie Moore
Regions Bank
United Way of Williamson County
$2,500 to $4,999 (Hope)
Kim and Eddie DeMoss
The Dorothy Cate and Thomas F.
Frist Foundation
Sue and Mark Faulkner
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ferguson
Peggy and Richard Fitzgerald
Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Frist
Beth Hale
Junior League of Nashville
Dr. Aglaia N. O’Quinn and
Mr. Doyle G. Graham
Lee, Danner & Bass, Inc.
Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc.
Joan C. Sivley
United Way of Greater
Clarksville Region
$1,000 to $2,499 (Champion)
Anonymous (2)
Doug Andrews
Shirley Arney
Mrs. James C. Bradford, Jr.
Ann and Frank Bumstead
Deborah A. Cagle
Christy L. Cole
Marty and James Conrad
Mark V. Ezell
Linda Garceau
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Guth, Jr.
Sherry and William Harrison
Christa and Jim Holleman
HCA – Caring for the Community
Honeywell Hometown Solutions
The JDA Family Advised Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
JDM of the Palm Beaches Inc.
Suzanne Koesel
Dr. David E. Lawler and
Ms. Jan Grant
Lipman Brothers, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin K.
Middleton
Karen and Bruce Moore
Teresa and Mike Nacarato
Mr. and Mrs. Bond E. Oman
Dr. Stephen J. Pritchard and
Dr. Penny Gaither
Purity Foundation
Dr. Carmen C. Reagan
Dee Anna and Stephen D. Saliba
Stanley H. Byram Trust
T & T Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Teal
The Sheperds Foundation
Currey T. Thornton
Mr. and Mrs. Reed E. Trickett
Dr. and Mrs. Robert N. Vero
Christopher M. and Anne Was
Joni Werthan
Drs. Bob and Kay Williams
$500 to $999 (Resilience)
David Carrico
Laura and Patrick Carrico
Ms. Kathleen O’Brian Christoff and Mr. Dennis G. Christoff
Arthur Christy
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Corbin
Terrye Davidson
Dr. Brian E. Devine
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Easterwood
Laurie and Steven Eskind
The Jane and Richard Eskind
Family Foundation
Guy B. Gengras
Stephanie Gibbs
Mrs. S. K. Johnston
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Keene
Cheryl and Garry Kleer
Rebecca Marshall
(continued)
11 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
2010-11 Annual Giving Donors – July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011 (continued)
Howard McClung
Mary M. Moran
Steven L. Nelson
O’Charley’s, Inc.
Mr. Kerry O’Neil
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neth
Dr. and Mrs. V. Douglas Pierce, Jr.
Karen H. Rhea, M.D.
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Rhodes
Ann V. Roberts
Janette Sadat
Kate and Eric Satz
Mrs. Julie Spears
Mr. and Mrs. C. Walton Stroud
Barbara and Bud Zander
$250 to $499 (Advocate)
Lin and Bill Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hunter Atkins
Dr. and Mrs. David W. Ayer
Robert J. Backmeyer
Dr. and Mrs. Don Buesching
Lynn and Robert Chappin
Chase Cole
Michelle J. Covington
Mr. and Mrs. William R.
DeLoache, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Emmert, Jr.
Jean English
Jane and Richard Eskind
Duncan Eve III
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Evers
The Cyril and Nell Evers
Advised Fund of the
Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Dr. James M. Graves
Vonda J. Gray
Heery International
Cristina C. Henry
Informatics Corporation of America
Frances C. Jackson
Sheila D. Larsen
Shari and Red Martin
Kim J. Middleton
Mary and Jonathan Morphett
Network for Good
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence
Mitchell Papel
Tom and Mary Ellen Rodgers
Tim Sewell
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Siegmann
Mr. and Mrs. Benton K. Stewart
Mrs. DeWitt C. Thompson III
Neil Thurston
Christopher E. Tucker
Mrs. Doris E. Vaughn and
Mr. David Pruitt
Margo Vaughan
Wal-Mart Foundation
Wayne County Foundation
Cassandra W. Winsett
Robert B. Young
Up to $250 (Opportunity)
Anonymous (4)
Alpha Associate Chapter of
Kappa Kappa Kappa
McAlister Anderson
Dr. and Mrs. William Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. James Armstrong
Charliene and Philip Armstrong
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan A. Barnes
Edith McBride Bass
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bass II
Melaton Y. Bass-Shelton
Jane and Richard Baxter
Belk
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Bennett
Lowell L. Benson, Jr.
JoAnn Beshaw
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Blount
Anne and Robert Brandt
Rita Buckner
Teresa G. Burns
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Campbell III
Kathy Campbell
Melanie Campbell
Adam F. Caplan
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Cernoch
Yuejin Chen
Mr. and Mrs. Billy R. Cleghern
Judy and Bill Cloud
Amy Cole
Emily and Bob Coleman
Community Foundation of
Madison and Jefferson County, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Russ Corley
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Cotham
Cindy Cothran
Stacey Coulter
Mr. and Mrs. W. Kirby Davis, Jr.
Mrs. Chase Delony
DigiRob Productions
Peggy D. Downing
Harriet L. Dunn
Missy and John Eason
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S.
Edmondson, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram R. Eisner
Estes Public Relations
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Evans
Lawrence Ewert
Tony and Shelley Exler
Robert and Barbara Feaster
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Fishel
Elizabeth J. Fitzgerald
Helen N. Fleming
Dr. Luke Froeb and
Ms. Lisa Granoien
Mr. Thomas D. Gillespie, Jr.
Leona Ann Goforth
Heather O. and Douglas E. Gollnick
Sally and Bob Goodrich
Mr. and Mrs. Peyton N. Green
Meredith and Parker Griffith
Molly Gross
(continued)
12 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
2010-11 Annual Giving Donors – July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011 (continued)
Linda Grove-Paul
Dr. and Mrs. James E. Hampton
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hayes
Deborah S. Hays
Mary and Jim Henderson
Jim and Elaine Hice
Melanie and Doug Hirt
Ms. Linda L. and
Mr. M. Leo Hobbs
Ms. Kimberly N. Holbert
Laura and John Hollins
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Hooker
Cindy Houston
Irene Howard
Mrs. Ruth R. Howell
Alice Hudson
Edith Hudson
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hudson
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Innis
Leatha Jackson
Elizabeth R. James
Robert Johannes
Katherine and Richard Johnson
Angela Jones
Colonel G.L. Jones, USAF Retired
Dr. Sonya Jones
Tracey Karl
Betty M. Kea
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Kirkland
Mr. Vaden M. Lackey, Jr.
Jim and Carol Landes
Sheila D. Larsen
Dr. and Mrs. Horace T. Lavely, Jr.
Patricia Lawhorn
Mr. and Mrs. Risley P.
Lawrence, Jr.
John LeBolt
Mr. Michael LePore
Elliot R. Lewis and Silvan L. Krel
Carolyn and Howard Lickerman
Mr. and Mrs. Mac S. Linebaugh, Jr.
Kim and Bob Looney
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ludington
Ellen and Paul Ludwig
Marion L. Lyon
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Mahler
Gregory May
Emily and Hill McAlister
Mark and Kathleen McConahay
Katherine and Jim McElroy
Mr. Mike Mellinger
Valleen C. Mertens
Mildred I. Williams Living Trust
Mandy Milek
Rob Moreland
Kristin Morrow
Connie G. Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. George Northern
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Oldfield, Jr.
Mr. Russel Orr
Shaun D. Page
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Parker
Betty Jo Peden
Pikes Peak United Way
Nedda and Lawrence Pollack
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ramsey III
Mr. and Mrs. Mark P. Reineke
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic W. Reisner
Elizabeth Roberts
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers
Marti and Billy Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rowell
Matthew J. Schmidt
Terri and Mark Schmidt
Jimmie L. Scott
Jay and April Segadi
Brigitte T. Sexton
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Seybold
Kitty Shapard
Deena Shapiro
Judge and Mrs. John Sharpnack
Connie D. Shelby
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Singer
Otis V. Sivley
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Smallwood
Juliane and George Smith
Lieutenant General and
Mrs. Hubert G. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Smith
Socialmentum LLC
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Speyer
Sperry Bell Stadler
Lydia Stokes
Renate and George Stone
Natalie Stone
Phil and Eve Stuart
Rev. Bill Stumpf
Peter Stuttgen
TARGET
Meryl A. Taylor
Susan Thrasher
Treasure Trueblood
Mark Uebel
United Way of Monroe County
United Way of Pennyrile
United Way of Sumner County
United Way of the Mid South
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Voigt
Tonya R. Waller
Bill and Linda Walter
Patricia J. Warner
Ruth R. Warner
Mr. and Mrs. Kenning G. Watts
Mrs. Nancy J. Weaver
Barton Webster
Ms. and Mr. Cecil H. Whaley, Jr.
Kolbie M. White
Mrs. Eleanor D. Whitworth
Eleanor Lawson Willis
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ridley Wills II
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wolff
Cynthia J. Young
Wendy and James Zerface
13 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
Memorial Gifts
Kenneth Baines
Nedda and Lawrence Pollack
Thomas Orr
Anonymous (1)
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R.
Bennett
Mary and Jim Henderson
Lawrence Ewert
Mr. Howard W. and
Ms. Carolyn Lickerman
Elliot R. Lewis and
Silvan L. Krel
Shirley Arney
Estes Public Relations
Heather O. and
Douglas E. Gollnick
Russel Orr
Judge and Mrs. John Sharpnack
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wolff
Robert Calendriello
Informatics Corporation of America
Dorothy Lowe Cole
Christy L. Cole
Mike Conrad
Marty and James Conrad
Elizabeth H. Gengras
Guy B. Gengras
Lisa Marie Nunley
Peggy Harris Nunley
Renate and George Stone
Harold and Ruby Raymond
Dr. Carmen C. Reagan
Jeffrey G. Bunting and
Nancy H. Bunting
The Bunting Family Foundation
Michael Butler
Mr. and Mrs. Kenning G. Watts
David C. Guth, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenning G. Watts
Lee Ann Ingram
Arthur Christy
Mrs. S. K. Johnston
Michelle Baker
Stephen Barnum
Treasa Brown
DeAnna Carroll
Jeff Crowell
Rebecca Delius
Jacqui Garlan
Debbie Gasho
Monica Gilbert
Tribute Gifts
Lena Jo Sivley
Mr. and Mrs. Russ Corley
Mrs. Ruth R. Howell
Peggy and Richard Fitzgerald
Marion L. Lyon
Betty Jo Peden
Otis V. Sivley
Ms. and Mr. Cecil H. Whaley, Jr.
Kent Trader
Perry and Linda Trader
Myra (Mahler) Turner
Leona Ann Goforth
Betty M. Kea
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Mahler
Jessie Mai Weaver
Barton Webster
Lavinia Johnston
Mrs. S.K. Johnston
Rebecca Stoll
Rob Moreland
Barry Hale
Mr. and Mrs. Kenning G. Watts
Debi Tate
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence
Mitchell Papel
Dr. Karen Rhea
Mr. and Mrs. Kenning G. Watts
Ramona Rhodes
Mr. and Mrs. Kenning G. Watts
Joan Sivley
Mrs. Harriet L. Dunn
Gifts In-Kind
Vonda J. Gray
Katie Haas
Helping Hands
Cody Howard
TVPP - BMI
Ed Jones
Medical Ventures, Inc.
Elizabeth Nelson
Leah Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tennebaum
Joni Werthan
Dr. Bob Vero
Mr. and Mrs. Kenning G. Watts
O’Charley’s, Inc.
Renee Odom
The Print Authority
Henry Retter
Lauren Riley
Second Harvest
Food Bank
William and Christina
Sievers
Starbucks
Kim Turner
Unitrin Direct Auto & Home Insurance
Ryan S. White
Ms. Lori Wynn
14 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
The Sapphire Legacy Society
A precious stone, valued for its rarity and appearance, a sapphire is cherished for its perfection
and refinement. It is formed in bedrock over many years and its durability and luminosity stand
the test of time. In 2010, Centerstone established The Sapphire Legacy Society, which honors the
generosity and commitment of individuals who have chosen to make gifts to Centerstone through
planned giving. These distinguished contributors serve, like the beautiful sapphire, as precious
and rare gifts for the future of behavioral healthcare.
Society members share a common bond of generosity that nourishes Centerstone’s extraordinary
achievement in mental health and addiction treatment, and ensures the programs and services we
provide will continue for generations to come.
Dr. Stephen J. Pritchard and
Dr. Penny Gaither
Philippa M. Guthrie
Stephen T. Taylor and
Barbara E. Taylor, M.D.
Kathryn D. Whittington, Ph.D.
and Col. Michael A. Smith
Dr. Bob and Dr. Kay Williams
Dede Wallace Society
The Dede Wallace Society was established in 2004. This special society was built upon
the foundation of hope fostered by Louise “Dede” Bullard Wallace for those who struggle
with mental illness and substance abuse. The Society recognizes individuals who have
generously given back to the community by including Centerstone in their estate
planning. The Dede Wallace Society members help secure the financial future of
Centerstone for tens of thousands of individuals and families in Tennessee. By endowing
the future of Centerstone, these individuals are helping to guarantee that vital services
will continue to be provided to people from all walks of life, regardless of their ability
to pay, now and in the days to come.
Bobby Eugene Bailey
Mrs. and Mrs. Michael W. Barton
C. Paul Chisena
Martha Crutchfield
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Eason
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Fitzgerald
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Guth, Jr.
Mrs. Ella P. Hayes**
Peggy Harris Nunley
Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Pinson
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pollack
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Stadler, Sr.
**Deceased
Mental Illness
Our Children
Suicide
WHY THE NEED IS URGENT
WHY THE NEED IS URGENT
WHY THE NEED IS URGENT
Mental illness affects
25% of the U.S.
adult population.
1 in 5 children have a
mental, emotional or
behavioral disorder.
A suicide occurs every 16.6
minutes and intimately affects at
least 6 other people.
15 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
ENDOWMENTS
Centerstone is grateful when a family or individual wishes to establish a permanent endowment in
honor or memory of a family member. Centerstone’s endowment currently has six designated funds
that have been established over time. A permanent fund may be established with a gift of $25,000.
The Ella P. Hayes Fund
The Ella P. Hayes Fund, which supports all of Centerstone’s programs, is named in honor of a great
humanitarian and friend of Centerstone. The lives touched by Ella Petway Bullard Hayes truly created
a chain reaction of kindness. She instilled, in everyone who was blessed to come across her path, a
deep respect for people from all walks of life.
The Dede Wallace Fund
The Dede Wallace Fund supports programs in Davidson and contiguous counties. It is named in honor
of a woman who fostered hope and whose legacy continues today. In the early 1960s, at a time when
the stigma of mental illness was even stronger than it is today, Louise Bullard Wallace, affectionately
known as Dede, reached out to those who were suffering in silence.
The Richard D. Sivley Fund
The Richard D. Sivley Fund supports programs benefitting children. As the former Tennessee
Commissioner of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, and former President and CEO of the Dede
Wallace Center, Rick worked timelessly to improve Tennessee’s, and specifically Nashville’s, mental
health programs for children. As commissioner, he established the first state-wide task force on
children’s mental health. It was under Rick’s leadership that the state’s therapeutic nurseries/
preschools were developed.
The George Spain Research Fund
The George Spain Research Fund supports behavioral health research. Centerstone’s active
involvement in research positions us to collaborate with and assist others in the behavioral healthcare
community by finding workable treatments and creating innovative advances in helping the problems
faced by so many. Centerstone’s co-founder, George Spain, helped launch these research efforts.
The Deborah Taylor Tate Endowment Fund
The Deborah Taylor Tate Endowment Fund was established June 2007 and is an unrestricted and
permanent endowment to advance the mission of Centerstone for generations to come. In 2004, Debi
agreed to take on the demanding role of Chairman of the Board of Directors of Centerstone. In early
2005, Debi was contacted by the White House and appointed as a Commissioner on the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC). Honoring the request of board and management, Debi agreed
to serve as board chair, even though this meant declining a strong request from the White House to
dissolve all such commitments. Since 2005, Debi has diligently served both her country and the
mission of Centerstone.
(continued)
16 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
ENDOWMENTS (continued)
The Richard H. Fitzgerald Endowment Fund
The Richard H. Fitzgerald Endowment Fund was established in May 2008 and is an unrestricted and
permanent endowment to advance the mission of Centerstone and for generations to come. After
twenty-two exemplary years of service on the boards of directors of Dede Wallace Center and then
Centerstone, Dick was elected to serve as Centerstone’s sixth board chair. In taking on this leadership
role, Dick led the board through a process that culminated in the first-ever model for a nationally
positioned community mental health center. Throughout this process, Centerstone benefited from
Dick’s unwavering moral compass, his tireless efforts and his unique gift of rallying others to emerging
opportunities. Underlying all of his labor is a deep and abiding commitment to providing hope, healing and indeed, someday a cure for those who suffer from mental illness. This endowment received a
supplemental fund in August 2010, in honor of Dick’s continued board leadership at Centerstone.
The Joan C. Sivley Endowment Fund
The Joan C. Sivley Endowment Fund was established in August 2010 and is an unrestricted and
permanent endowment established to advance the mission of Centerstone. An amazingly talented and
compassionate individual who has served its boards of directors in a variety of capacities since first
joining the board in 1993, she has been an extraordinary leader who has left an indelible mark of
successful leadership on this organization and, likewise, a lasting impression of tireless dedication on all
who have witnessed her commitment and, therefore, know her to be a true servant leader. In May 2008,
she became the first chairperson of the Board of the newly formed Centerstone corporation,
Centerstone of Tennessee, Inc. Her steadfast dedication, commitment and desire to positively change
the lives of those impacted by mental illness and addiction disorders has been a humbling inspiration
to this organization’s boards of directors, its staff and the tens of thousands of Tennesseans it is so
privileged to serve.
The Stephen J. Pritchard, DDS, Endowment Fund
The Stephen J. Pritchard, DDS, Endowment Fund was established in August 2010 and is an unrestricted
and permanent endowment to advance the mission of Centerstone. A gifted and compassionate person,
Dr. Pritchard has provided extraordinary and lasting leadership on behalf of the organization and the
tens of thousands of southeastern Indiana residents it serves who struggle with mental illness and
addiction. As Chair of the Centerstone of Indiana board, he guided the board through the consideration
and consummation of a mutually beneficial merger of Centerstone of Indiana and the Dunn Center in
Richmond, Indiana, thus creating an expanded organization that now provides services throughout
south central Indiana.
(continued)
Disability
Depression
PTSD
WHY THE NEED IS URGENT
WHY THE NEED IS URGENT
WHY THE NEED IS URGENT
Mental illnesses account for 4 of
the top 6 causes of
disability among 15-44 year olds.
By 2020, depression is projected
to be the 2nd most common
health problem in the world.
Approximately 7.7 million American
adults (18+) have Post-Traumatic
Stress Disorder in a given year.
17 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
ENDOWMENTS (continued)
The Joseph E. Roche Endowment Fund
The Joseph E. Roche Endowment Fund was established in August 2010 and is an unrestricted and
permanent endowment to advance the mission of Centerstone. As Chairman of the Board of Directors
for Advantage Behavioral Health, a company of Centerstone, Joe embraced the vision of the young
managed behavioral health organization and engaged other Board members in this innovative endeavor.
This commitment to a developing Centerstone company yielded the building blocks for the firm
foundation of this small thriving company today. With a robust career as a healthcare leader and
social worker, by training, Joe has long been an advocate for individuals experiencing behavioral health
concerns. He served the mission of Quinco Behavioral Health Systems and now serves Centerstone of
America through his insightful mentoring and consultation, compassion and philanthropy.
The David J. Emmert Endowment Fund
The David J. Emmert Endowment Fund was established in August 2010 and is an unrestricted and
permanent endowment that honors David’s leadership and advances the mission of Centerstone.
As a member of the Centerstone of Indiana Board of Directors and a former board member of Quinco
Behavioral Health Systems, David J. Emmert is a gifted and compassionate person who has provided
extraordinary and lasting leadership on behalf of the organization and the thousands of Indiana
residents who struggle with mental illness and addiction. He has diligently served the fields of both
education and mental health. As Chair of the Centerstone of Indiana board, he guided the Quinco board
to a mutually beneficial merger of three organizations: Quinco Behavioral Health Systems, Center for
Behavioral Health, and Centerstone.
The George Bullard Stadler Endowment Fund
The George Bullard Stadler Endowment Fund was stablished in August 2010 and is an unrestricted and
permanent endowment to advance the mission of Centerstone. As the first ever Chairman of the Board
for the Centerstone Foundation, George led the development of an inaugural premier national board
charged with safeguarding endowment resources from the Centerstone Endowment Trust, a Tennessee
trust, and the Centerstone Foundation, an Indiana corporation, to support the mission of this
organization for the benefit of all of its communities for future generations. This insightful and
compassionate person built a multi-state team of committed board members to this service, and led the
board in establishing policy and processes to ensure the critically important stewardship within
its charge.
Untreated Mental Illness
Mental Health
Schizophrenia
WHY THE NEED IS URGENT
WHY THE NEED IS URGENT
WHY THE NEED IS URGENT
Untreated and mistreated
mental illness costs the
U.S. $150 billion in lost
productivity each year.
3 out of 4 employees who seek
care for workplace issues or
mental health problems see
substantial improvement in work
performance after treatment.
Schizophrenia occurs in about
three out of every 1,000
adolescents and in approximately
2.4 million American adults.
18 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
GIVING - FY 2010-2011
Annual Giving Campaign
(IN and TN)
8%
Planned Giving
21%
Not Alone
2%
Capital Campaign
69%
Total $4,807,537
WAYS TO GIVE
Cash Contributions
Unrestricted gifts of cash are the most popular and easiest way to support Centerstone. Gifts may be
made in a single contribution or pledged and paid in installments.
Matching Gifts
The impact of a contribution can be greatly increased by a matching employer gift. When
considering a donation, consult with your employer and if applicable, forward the completed
matching gift form to the Foundation with your contribution.
Stocks and Securities
Centerstone welcomes gifts of stock. For tax purposes, the gift is valued at the average of the high
and low price on the day shares are transferred to Centerstone. To make a gift of stock or securities,
please contact the Foundation at 615.463.6648.
Planned Giving
If you are interested in learning about how to make a gift through your estate, please contact
Linda Garceau, MBA, MA, Chief Executive Officer of the Centerstone Foundation at 615.419.4413.
Note: All gifts are tax-deductible as prescribed by the Internal Revenue Service. Gifts of appreciated
stock provide a double tax benefit, a charitable income tax deduction and the avoidance of capital
gains tax on the appreciation.
19 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
CENTERSTONE OF AMERICA LEADERSHIP
Centerstone of America exists to provide oversight and support for all companies of Centerstone.
Executive Cabinet
David Guth, Chief Executive Officer
Debbie Cagle, Chief Executive Officer of Advantage Behavioral Health
Tom Doub, PhD, Interim Chief Executive Officer of Centerstone Research Institute
Linda Garceau, MBA, MA, Chief Executive Officer of Centerstone Foundation
Barry Hale, Chief Administrative Officer
Mike Jones, Executive Director of Not Alone
Suzanne Koesel, LCSW, Chief Executive Officer of Centerstone of Indiana
Bob Vero, EdD, Chief Executive Officer of Centerstone of Tennessee
Gwen Watts, Administrative Chief of Staff
Bob Williams, PhD, Chief Strategy Officer and CEO Emeritus
_______________
Michael Butler, CPA, Corporate Controller and Treasury Officer
Lynn Chappin, Director of Human Resources
Wayne Easterwood, Chief Information Officer
Jan Goodson, Director of Grant Writing
Sherry Harrison, MSSW, Corporate Compliance Officer
Sarah Hirsch, MBA, Director of Contract Management and Managed Care
Christy Hooper, PHR, Vice President for Human Resources
Karen Keene, Security Officer
Prasad Kodali, Director of Enterprise Applications
Rona Krueger, MSW, Executive Vice President for Quality Improvement
Howard McClung, Director of Technology
Joe Moore, Finance Officer for Affiliates
Brad Nunn, PhD, Executive Vice President for Measurement and Performance Improvement
Ramona Rhodes, Vice President for Marketing and Public Relations
Natalie Stone, Director of Web Communications
Mark Uebel, Director of Business Solutions for SolutionsEAP
20 / 2010-2011 ANNUAL REPORT
CENTERSTONE FOUNDATION
Make a Donation
www.centerstone.org/make-a-donation
Email Us
[email protected]
Learn More About Us
www.centerstone.org
Follow Us

Similar documents

Discovering - Centerstone

Discovering - Centerstone On behalf of the Board of Directors for Centerstone Research Institute (CRI), I want to thank the staff and leadership team at CRI and our supporters around the world who make this such a great org...

More information