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YES serves as a lifeline for in challenging times.
Youth
Eastside
Services
A 2009 Report to the Community
YES serves as a lifeline for
kids and families
in challenging times.
YouthEastsideServices.org
Dear Friends and Supporters:
YES 2010 Board of Trustees
amilies were scrambling to make ends meet in 2009 as the
economic downturn was taking its toll. But thanks to strong
support from the Eastside community, YES responded with
compassion and strength. Job loss, economic uncertainty, and
heightened anxiety lead to increased family stress which in turn led to violence
including physical abuse, sexual abuse and suicidal thinking. More youth and
families needed help with more acute problems.
The community’s commitment to YES, especially in hard times, insured
that every kid and family got the help they needed. YES remained the only
mental health service provider in East King County to offer services on
a sliding scale that went all the way to zero. No one was denied help due
to inability to pay during this tough, stressful time. Thanks to a caring
community, YES was able to ‘be there’ for kids and families when they needed
help the most.
YES also continued to meet the needs of a growing and diversifying
Eastside with creative and effective solutions. In order to give access to a wider
arc within the Kirkland Community, YES partnered with the City of Kirkland
to move our satellite facility from Rose Hill to the historic Forbes House in
Juanita. YES addressed bullying, particularly cyber-bullying, with a new
prevention program that invites middle school kids to learn and teach antibullying behavior. YES also started a Teen Advisory Council to give young
people a voice in how YES can better serve teens.
This annual report documents YES’ 2009 achievements and impact on
the youth and families we serve. It also provides recognition to the many,
many donors whose generosity helped make possible the good work that YES
accomplished. Throughout these pages, you will find quotes from adults who
turned to YES for help when they were
kids. Without YES, they could have
been lost to abuse, addiction or suicide,
Thank you for being
possibly not surviving their youth. With
YES, they are now creative, productive
a part of the YES
and healthy adults and a living testament
community.
to what YES did in 2009 and has done for
the last forty-two years.
Thank you for being a part of the
YES community. We appreciate your commitment to YES and look forward to it
continuing as we continue to help Eastside kids and families.
Christine Katzmar Holmes, President
F
S Y M E T R A F I NA NC I A L
Jennifer Ivan, Vice President
M IC RO S OF T COR P OR AT ION
Tom Hudson, Treasurer
COM M U N I T Y VOLU N T E E R
Jennie Rush, Secretary
R AG E N M AC K E NZ I E
Diane Adam
COM M U N I T Y VOLU N T E E R
Terry Bask
N I N T E N D O OF A M E R IC A
Chris Behrman
J P MORG A N C H A SE
Glen Bogner
MOL I NA H E A LT HC A R E OF WA
Andrée Chicha
H A N S ON BA K E R LU DL OW DRU M H E LL E R P. S.
Alexandria Crump
M IC RO S OF T COR P OR AT ION
Dow Draper
C L E A RW I R E
Mary Ghan
T H E B OE I NG COM PA N Y
Bill Henningsgaard
COM M U N I T Y VOLU N T E E R
Katie Holmes
P E AC E H E A LT H
Susan Kellner
CONOV E R I N S U R A NC E
Leigh Krueger
BA R E LL O. N E T
Alison Lowe
COM M U N I T Y VOLU N T E E R
Marilee McGuire
COM M U N I T Y H E A LT H P L A N
Mimi Lee Menenberg
COM M U N I T Y VOLU N T E E R
Mike Parrott
CO S TCO W HOL E SA L E
Paul Pineda
H& R BL O C K
Enrique Rodriguez
C I S CO S YS T E M S
Lisa Schmidt
COM M U N I T Y VOLU N T E E R
Valarie Schmidt
BA RC L AY DE A N
Rich Wagner
WAG N E R M A NAG E M E N T
Patti Skelton-McGougan
Executive Director
Christine Katzmar Holmes
President, Board of Trustees
YES by the Numbers
In 2009, YES made a significant, and often lasting, difference
in the lives of our community’s youth and families:
n YES provided 4,463 youth and
families with treatment and
counseling, up 10% from 2008.
YES continued to show a strong
commitment to prevention
by serving 29,980 youth with
prevention & education services,
up 60% from 2008.
n YES continued to be a resource
for the entire Eastside community,
providing services for any youth
or family that needed it. Of all
those served, 40% of YES clients
were low to very low-income. Over
$235,000 was provided through
the YES Lifeline Fund – supported
by community contributions - to
cover the cost of services for those
youth and families unable to pay.
n In addition to services offered
at its Bellevue, Redmond and
Kirkland facilities, YES offered
drug & alcohol, violence
prevention and general counseling
services at 39 Eastside schools,
teen or community centers.
n To better serve a rapidly
diversifying Eastside, 22 YES staff
were bilingual speaking Spanish,
Vietnamese, Farsi, Japanese and
Russian.
n 184 volunteers donated 13,470
hours to YES valued at over
$270,000.
n YES successfully concluded its
five year, $10.7 million capital and
program expansion campaign
in January 2009, meeting and
securing the Kresge Foundation’s
$800,000 challenge grant.
n In partnership with the City of
Kirkland and to be more accessible
to its residents, YES moved its
Kirkland facility from Rose Hill
to the renovated historic Forbes
House at Juanita Beach. The new
site is also home to a University of
Washington Field Learning Center
for Masters of Social Work (MSW)
students – a pilot project between
the UW and YES providing
MSW students with real-world
experience.
n YES developed P.E.A.C.E. which
stands for Peers Educating
and Coaching Empathy.
P.E.A.C.E. is an antibullying/cyber bullying
program patterned after
YES’ highly successful
Teen Dating Violence
prevention program.
Like the TDV program,
P.E.A.C.E. uses teen
mentors to educate
middle and high
schoolers and is
designed to meet a
growing, yet unmet
need in Eastside middle
and high schools.
n YES partnered with several other
organizations to produce the
documentary film, Put This On The
Map. The film features 26 Eastside
youth re-teaching gender and
sexuality and is designed as an
educational tool for teachers and
community leaders.
n The YES Board began a new
strategic planning process to
determine key initiatives and
areas of focus for the next 5 years.
The plan will insure that YES
remains both sustainable and
responsive to community needs.
n YES inaugurated the Teen
Advisory Council to provide
youth with a voice on how
YES can better serve young
people.
2009
Your generosity made it possible to help
Eastside kids and families. Thank you!
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“I was at a low point in my life, a
difficult time. I stopped going to
high school. But at YES I found
a great group of peers, and I
realized I wasn’t the only one
going through this. YES helped
me find my footing.”
Adam, 30, assisted through the YES
B-GLAD support group. Now holds a
doctorate in music composition.
Friends of Youth
Highline West Seattle
Mental Health
King County
Lake Washington School District
Neighborhood School House
State of Washington
Charitable
Gift Matching
Companies:
Costco Wholesale
GE Foundation
JP Morgan Chase
Microsoft Corporation
Symetra Financial
Google
The Boeing Company
KeyBank
US Bank
In-Kind Donors
41st District Democrats
Accenture
Sarah Anderson
Apex Foundation
Josh Armstrong
Mary Ballantine
Terry Bask
Baylis Architects
Chris Behrman
Elizabeth Berg
Natalie Bolanos
Elsa Brandt
Julian & Julie Brown
Capital Benefits Services
Cardiac Science
Ruth Carver
CDC Management
Jim & Shirley Charpentier
Cheesecake Factory
Chestnut Hill Academy
Marlaena Chiarappa
Nan Cleveland
Ron Cochran
Concur Technologies
Conover Insurance
Trudi Cramer
Cub Scout Pack 553
Curves-New Castle
Cycle Therapy
David Owen Hastings
Graphic Design
Sheri Delaney
Tom & Colleen Donahue
Drugstore.com Foundation
Eastlake High School
Eastside Trains
Eastside Welcome Club
Jack & Nina Edwards
Effectiveness Institute
Everist Neighborhood
First Congregational Church
Donald Gaines
Dona Golden & Tony Gewald
Grendelsweets
Nancy Griff
Grubb & Ellis Mgmt. Services
Hanson Baker Ludlow
Drumheller, P.S.
HipCricket
Kim Horne
Hosanna Core Group
Jennifer & Donnie Ivan
Johnson & Shute, P.S.
Sandra Jones
Keg Steakhouse
KPFF Consulting Engineers
Kulchin Foundation Drilling Comp.
Lauren Lewis
Cindy Lindner
Clarice Louis
Alison Lowe
The Lyman Group
Mars Hill Community Group
Hope McPherson
Peter Merritt
The Microsoft Corporation
The Moyer Foundation
New York Cupcakes
Robert Ostronic
Otak Inc.
Jessica Pfundt
Roseann Popa
Jill Potter
Jan & Tom Radley
Lanny Rhoton
Stefanie Robbins
Robertson Family
Ginny Roehl
Ross Family
Simon Ruan
Salon Rubio
Shobha Sangani
Lauren Schadt
Service Communications, Inc.
Signature Landscape Services, Inc.
Lisa Smith
Pat Smith
Karleen Snetsinger
M3 & Lisa Sweatt
Symetra Financial
Lisa Tanzi
Triad Wealth Stewardship
Sheila Trudeau
Uwajimaya
Chuck & Jean Van Court
Washington Trust Bank
Dhammika & Shanika Weerasundara
Gerry & Terri Weiler
Wild Tangent
Joel Wildeboer
Government and
Other Contracts
Bellevue School District
City of Bellevue
City of Kirkland
City of Redmond
City of Sammamish
Eastside Academy
YES apologizes for any misspellings or accidental omissions from
this list of our valued supporters. Please contact us at 425-586-2309
to report any errors. YES does not sell or trade donor names or
addresses. All information is held in the strictest confidence.
*Donors who gave a gift to the Extending a Lifeline capital and
expansion campaign in 2009.
Our mission: Youth Eastside Services is a lifeline for kids and families coping with challenges
such as emotional distress, substance abuse and violence. Through intervention, outreach and prevention,
YES builds confidence and responsibility, strengthens family relationships, and advocates for a safer
community that cares for its youth.
2009 YES Volunteers
We thank our volunteers for giving their time and
talent so generously. We are fortunate to have such
dedicated people serving YES and Eastside kids.
SUCCESS Mentors
Richard Amidei
Christine Anderson
Karen Batzle
Nicole Bliss
Art Burk
Kelly Campbell
Colleen Canney
Julius Clemente
Ron Cochran
Kelly Collins
Gregg Cryderman
Karen Greytak
Jane Hague
Carrie Hanley
Michael Hedley
Rajesh Konda
Randi Lackscheide
Wendy McDaniel
Warrick McDowell
Linda Meagher
Corinne Meaney
Janel Mioduszewski
Meseret Mitiku
Alexis Mugele
Eileen Offer
Jacinta Rupprecht
Caroline Schneider
Azka Sheikh
Lisa Stix
Alex Valdes
Robin Walker
Christopher Wick
Elaine Williamson
Marlene Winter
Interns
Marc Bachrach
Elizabeth Berg
Ana Bravo
Heather Broome
Megan Carolus
Nicole Concinnity
Mary Erickson
Sarah Houston
Christine Joo
Danielle Jovanelly
Margaret Kaperick
Nicole Krell
Teresa La Fleur
Ryan Larsen
Amy Lorenzen
Amy McMurtrey
Krystal Millet
Rick Monce
Amy Myers
Lindsay Price
Michael Schreiner
Jesus Silva
Debbie Steinberg-Kuntz
Barry Stulberg
Sean Trudeau
Cathy Swanson
Claire Vita
Gretchen Von Heeder
Margaret Youngjohns
Juanita Outreach
Learning Center
Andrew Galbreath
Andrea Falkner
Jessica Falkner
Barbara Knigge
Beverly Knigge
Elena Rodriguez
Liat Shklarski
Cindy Sigura
Adopt-A-Family
Bill Baker
Karen Baker
Dick Beham
Earlene Beham
Muffie Bosworth
Maybelle Brickley
Micki Brown
Jim Bunt
Akash Choudhary
Lynne Church
Sarah Church
Eileen Dunlap
Pat Gilroy
Gaurau Kasturia
Richard Kelly
Alla Koyfman
Lana Mitsules
Kent Morford
Jim Orchekowsky
Fran Parker
Scott Parlow
Ben Sakamoto
Shobha Sangani
Jennifer Spindell
Judy Spunt
Lonnie Stevenson
Margaret Stone
Nina Tan Tamani
Mary Ulibarri
Nancy Willis
Adminstrative/
Intake
Virginia Brandmeier
Lavina Burner
Ann Carr
Ruth Carver
Betty Donelson
Judy Garling
Cynthia Hales
Kris Henn
Kim Horne
Julie Knight
Peter Merritt
Jill Potter
Julie Robinson
Richard Ryan
Laura Slough
Panome Thilaphanh
“At sixteen I was in over my head because of my
addiction to drugs and alcohol. I’d been arrested,
I was close to dropping out of school and my
relationship with my family was falling apart. After
waking up in the hospital hand-cuffed to a bed on
a DUI charge, I turned to YES for help. My counselor
gave me the tools and knowledge I needed to
understand my addiction and turn my life around.”
Jimmy, 25, assisted through the YES Substance Abuse Counseling
program. Now a commercial real-estate broker.
Fund
Development
Kelly Aiken
Melissa Buchanan
Trang Bui
Zane Cimino
Julie DiMartino
Seth Dostart
Andrea Frost
Melissa Galvez
Dona Golden
Debbi Halela
Abi Hamilton
Lisa Hamilton
Macklin Hamilton
Daniel Hanson
Lynne Haudenschield
Kathleen Hickey
Chris Hong
MinChi Huang
Josh Javelona
Irina Kamatcho
Matt Kennedy
Evan Kimble
Julia Knight
Belinda Lafferty
Eva LaFollette
Jorge Olguin
Hannah Overton
Linda Penhallegon
Shannon Perez Darby
Luke Quinn
Shashi Ranjan
Linda Reichenbach
Skye Salstrom
Land Stroud
Debbie Taylor
Monica Thomas
Brandon Walter
“My step-father put welts on
my back where no one would
notice them when I was nine.
I was staying away from home
to avoid him and my grades
were suffering. My mom
enrolled me in YES’ SUCCESS
Mentoring program and I met
Dan. He was the positive male
role model I needed. He gave
my life direction and made me
feel cared for.”
Monte, 30, assisted through the YES
SUCCESS Mentoring Program. Now a
full time student majoring in Game and
Simulation Programming with a minor
in Art and Visual Communications.
Facilities
Lucille Berkowitz
Signature Landscaping
Tech
Arthur Champernowne
Gordon Lippa
Ed Mills
Mary Lynne Poole
In Memory
of Dr. Bob
Thompson
In 2009, YES and our community’s youth
and families lost a dedicated supporter
and advocate. Dr. Bob Thompson served
on the YES Board of Trustees for more
than forty years. He deeply cared about
Eastside youth and tirelessly gave his
time, talent and expertise throughout
those years. We will miss him.
2009 Financials Unaudited
Contributed Support
United Way of King County
$ 181,283
Contributions and Pledges
428,843
Special Events
329,580
Donated Services & Contributed Facilities
376,127
Subtotal Contributed Support
$ 1,315,833
Revenue
Governmental Agency Fees and Contracts
$ 1,185,960
Prepaid Health Plan Fees
945,282
Program Service Fees
305,736
Investment Income & Other
27,621
Subtotal Revenue
$ 2,464,599
Total Contributed Support and Revenue
$ 3,780,432
“At times I was unrecognizable
to anyone who knew me, that’s
how badly I was beaten by my
high-school boyfriend. At 18
years old, I came to the Eastside
from 3,000 miles away, escaping
that very violent relationship. All
I had was my baby and a diaper
bag. I still don’t remember how
I got hooked-up with YES, but I
do know that being a part of the
Teen Dating Violence Prevention
Program helped me to understand
what happened to me, create a
framework and recognize my role
in the relationship. I’ve been able
to heal and move on with my life
with my son by my side.”
Christina, 32, assisted through the YES Teen
Dating Violence Program, now a social worker
helping families achieve self-sufficiency
Expenses
Youth and Family Counseling
$ 1,101,014
Outreach/Prevention/Community Education
1,013,427
Substance Abuse Services
836,648
Management
475,120
Fundraising
277,711
Total Expenses
$ 3,703,920
Revenue
Expenses
1%
8%
Investment Income/Other
Program
Service Fees
7%
5%
Fundraising
United Way of King County
11%
Contributions & Pledges
13%
Management
25%
Prepaid Health
Plan Fees
30%
9%
Youth & Family
Counseling
Special Events
31%
Governmental Agency
Fees & Contracts
10%
Donated Services/
Contributed Facilities
23%
Substance
Abuse
27%
Outreach/Prevention/
Community Education
matches mentors with
students of all ages who need
extra support academically,
socially, or emotionally.
S
hawn, who is my mentee, has
long struggled in school and
our weekly visits usually involve a
trip to the library to do homework or
organize a chaotic school binder. We
struggle through algebra, research
projects on the internet, and work on
papers. And his hard work is starting
to pay off! He’s turned his grades
around in the last year and is doing
well and is excited about school!
It’s not all homework though.
But mentoring is not about that.
I’m important to him because I show
up consistently, I listen, and I take an
interest in his life. I do not know how
to destroy an enemy Banshee with
the Spartan laser in Halo 3, neither
do I know all the songs in Guitar
Hero, but I do know which shops at
Pike Market will tell you stories about
the legendary ghosts that haunt the
market, and I can find the quickest
path to the tapir exhibit at the
Woodland Park zoo.
Karen, YES Mentor
YES, we make an impact on our community.
Where to find us:
YO U T H & FA M I LY
COUNSELING
YES BELLEVUE
•
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•
School Based Counseling
Individual, Family and Group Counseling
Information and Referral
Parenting Classes
Summer Explorers Camp
SE X UAL ABUSE R ECOV ERY
• Individual and Family Counseling
• Survivor Groups
SU BSTA NC E ABUSE
T R E AT M E N T
•
•
•
•
Individual and Family Counseling
Drug & Alcohol Screening/Assessment
Juvenile Diversion Program
AWARE Group: Youth & Parent Educational
Intervention Groups
• Recovery Group
• Parent Support Group
• Treatment Group
SU BSTA NC E ABUSE
PREVENTION
• School Prevention & Intervention
• Camp Mariposa
• Friends Group
COM M U N I T Y EDUC AT ION
Classes, Workshops & Public Forums
for Youth, Parents & Professionals
OU T R E AC H & PR E V E N T ION
•
•
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•
Community & Teen Centers
—Crossroads, Bellevue
—Old Firehouse, Redmond
—Kirkland Teen Union Building,
Kirkland
—Ground Zero, Bellevue
—Spiritwood Manor, Bellevue
Teen Dating Violence Prevention
—Individual Counseling with Survivors
—RESPECT: Peer Education Program
—PEACE: Peer Education on Bullying
Latino H.E.A.T.
Safe Youth (Juventud Segura)
SUCCESS Mentoring
Eastside Healthy Start
Violence Prevention
Anger Management Classes
B-GLAD Support of GLBTQ Youth
Youth Court in partnership with City of
Bellevue
IN THE SCHOOLS
• On-site mental health and substance abuse
counseling: Bellevue & Lake Washington
School Districts
• Family Net, Redmond, Rose Hill
Elementary Schools, Lake Washington
School District
999 164th Ave NE
Bellevue, WA 98008
425-747-4937
YES KIRKLAND
Juanita Park
11829 97th Ave NE
Kirkland, WA 98034
YES REDMOND
Family Resource Center
16225 NE 87th St.
Redmond, WA 98052
Bellevue and Lake Washington Schools,
Teen & Community Centers
YouthEastsideServices.org
DavidOwenHastings.com
The YES SUCCESS program
We explore Seattle neighborhoods
and volunteer with the Eastside
Audubon Society doing native plant
restoration at Marymoor Park. We
also have fun bowling (our goal is
to reach a combined score of 200
one day), playing miniature golf,
and pumpkin carving with other
SUCCESS mentors and mentees.
For me, mentoring has been
incredibly rewarding. I get to share
in Shawn’s wonder in the world and
his enthusiasm for new experiences.
On a trip to the downtown Seattle
library, he stopped dead on the street
to comment on how beautiful the
pigeons were, and he marveled at the
steam coming out of the maintenance
hole covers. Seeing through his eyes
is fascinating and I am constantly
looking at things in new ways
because of him.
I worried at first that I wouldn’t
have all the answers and that
I couldn’t fix things for him.
DE S IG N :
My Mentor
Experience

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