On the evening of November 13th, in celebration of our 60th anniversary, we had the opportunity and the honor to simply say thank you. Thank you to our founders, our funders and our community partners. Thank you to our friends, our families and everyone who supports Recovery Resources’ mission of helping people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions.
Throughout the year leading up to our anniversary we paid tribute to the milestones that have built this Agency. Our strong roots began in 1955 when the Federation for Community Planning established the Cleveland Center on Alcoholism. Successful partnerships merged with Recovery Resources bringing expertise in behavioral health, employment and housing. In September we hosted a Recovery Resources reunion on the rooftop of EY and reconnected with past and present board members, volunteers and friends and recognized the impact from those who left us too soon, like Helen Jones and Casey Coleman.
It was inspiring to look back and recognize the dedication and passion of those who came before us. We are so grateful for the foundation they established and confident that they strongly positioned us to define our future. We proudly announced that we received several large federal grants this year, giving us the assurance and financial support to do the important work of integrating primary health care to our on-site services. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration recognized Recovery Resources by awarding a $1.2MM grant in support of our Physical Health Integration initiative and $375,000 to provide Mental Health First Aid classes to seven college campuses in Cuyahoga County. We are the lead agency managing a $4MM Center for Disease Control grant with partners Care Alliance and Planned Parenthood to implement interventions designed to impact HIV prevention. Our employment services was recognized by the Cleveland Service Leadership and awarded the prestigious Bridge Builders grant lending their expertise to grow our Social Enterprise group. These generous grants speak volumes to the relevant and impactful work done at Recovery Resources and allow for the expansion of services.
This past year was a year full of growth, change, and challenges. We take this time to reflect but are always moving forward to address the needs of the community. Our mission is as critical as ever, and we are pleased to report that Recovery Resources remains passionately dedicated to our mission. We are learning and evolving, even as we prepare for future changes in the way in which behavioral health services will be delivered in Ohio. We see opportunity in that change and are investing in our people, processes and systems so we can stay focused.
We are proud of our sixty year history of service, and we plan to use our resources and commitment to innovation to continue serving the community for many years to come. We thank each of you for your support, guidance, and advocacy.
AssistNOW Employee Assistance Program
Training and Consultation Institute
Substance abuse and gambling prevention and education
Preschool - 12 prevention education
Programs for people with both mental health and addiction needs
Warmline Telephone Services
provided uncompensated care to our clients
increase in service volume over the previous year
of our resources went to program activities
We celebrate the legacy of giving, and honor past and present leaders and donors who have made a lasting impact on the growth and success of Recovery Resources. Stewards, Partners, Celebrators and Pioneers were inducted into the Recovery Society on November 13, 2015 in recognition of their lifetime contributions and giving.
Martha B. and Richard* T. Baker
The F.J. O’Neill Charitable Corp.
St. Luke's Foundation
Eva L. & Joseph M. Bruening Foundation
The Foster Family Foundation
The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation
Brian Sherwin, South Waite Foundation
The Abington Foundation
Bank of America
Phyllis & Edward B. Brandon
Calfee, Halter & Griswold, LLP
Community West Foundation
Deaconess Community Foundation
The Eaton Charitable Fund
The George Gund Foundation
The Hortense B. Halle and Jay M. Halle Fund
Jack, Joseph & Morton Mandel Foundation
The McGregor Foundation
William & Dorothy K. O'Neill Foundation
The Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Foundation
The Sage Cleveland Foundation
The Christopher D. Smithers Foundation, Inc.
Austin Powder Company
Reita & James Bayman
George W Codrington Foundation
Judith and Victor F. Faris
Forest City Enterprises, Inc.
George M. & Pamela S. Humphrey Fund
Miss Kate Ireland*
Ann & Richard M. Jackson, Jr.
The Fred A. Lennon Charitable Trust
McDonald Hopkins Co., L.P.A.
Samuel H. Miller Family
The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation
Myrtle I. Muntz
John P. Murphy Foundation
The Murch Foundation
The Nord Family Foundation
Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLP
Sally & Robert N. Rapp
The Reinberger Foundation
Ridgecliff Foundation, Inc.
Richman Brothers Foundation
Margaret M. Stiner and Michael G. Riley
Sisters of Charity Foundation
Marcus Thomas LCC
Harriet & Tinkham Veale*
Thomas H. White Foundation
|Liablities and Net Assets|
|A/P & Accrued Expenses||1,207|
|Net Assets - Unrestricted||6,863|
|Net Assets - Temporarily Restricted||478|
|Net Assets - Permanently Restricted||1,550|
|TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS||$11,455|
|Support & Revenue|
|Program Service Revenue||7,357|
|Grants (Government & Private)||3,595|
|Net Program Service Revenue||12,203|
|TOTAL SUPPORT & REVENUE||$13,883|
|Management & General||1,760|
|Net Operating Results||(1,343)|
|Realized Gain on Investments||(214)|
|Consolidated Surplus (Loss)||(1,557)|