PENN FOUNDATION INC
807 LAWN AVENUE PO BOX 32, SELLERSVILLE, PA 18960 http://WWW.PENNFOUNDATION.ORG

Total Revenue
$22,812,443
Total Expenses
$22,163,680
Net Assets
$13,429,639

Organizations Filed Purposes: TO INSTILL HOPE, INSPIRE CHANGE, AND BUILD COMMUNITY. OUR VISION WE BELIEVE IN THE RESILIENCE OF THE HUMAN SPIRIT. WE DEDICATE OURSELVES TO THE PROVISION OF SUPERIOR BEHAVIORAL, DEVELOPMENTAL, AND PHYSICAL HEALTHCARE THAT IS INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY CENTERED, ACCESSIBLE AND EQUITABLE. WE COMPASSIONATELY SUPPORT THE ABILITY OF EVERY INDIVIDUAL TO FULLY REALIZE THEIR EMOTIONAL, PHYSICAL, AND SPIRITUAL POTENTIAL. WE ASPIRE TO BETTER SERVE OUR COMMUNITY THROUGH AN INTEGRATED MODEL OF COORDINATED AND COST-EFFICIENT CARE. WE SEEK TO INNOVATE AND COLLABORATE WITH ORGANIZATIONS THAT SHARE OUR MISSION AND VALUES. WE PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF OUR STAFF BY CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ACHIEVEMENT AND ADVANCEMENT. WE DEDICATE OURSELVES TO THESE VALUES: INTEGRITY--QUALITY--RESPONSIVENESS--RESPECTFULNESS-OUR PROFESSIONAL HERITAGE

DRUG AND ALCOHOL SERVICES PENN FOUNDATION'S JOHN W. AND EMILY CLEMENS RECOVERY CENTER OFFERS A COMPREHENSIVE CONTINUUM OF SERVICES FOR DRUG AND ALCOHOL DISORDERS, INCLUDING PERSONS WITH CO-OCCURRING PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS. DURING FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014, NEARLY 39,000 SERVICES WERE PROVIDED TO APPROXIMATELY 2,700 INDIVIDUALS. THE RECOVERY CENTER OFFERS GENERAL OUTPATIENT SERVICES, WHICH INCLUDES INDIVIDUAL, FAMILY, AND GROUP COUNSELING; INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT SERVICES (IOP), WHICH INVOLVES INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP COUNSELING FOR UP TO NINE HOURS PER WEEK, EITHER DURING BUSINESS HOURS OR IN THE EVENING; PARTIAL HOSPITAL, A DAY PROGRAM PROVIDING INTENSIVE, STRUCTURED TREATMENT FOR 30 HOURS PER WEEK; INPATIENT, A 43-BED ON-SITE UNIT OFFERING DETOXIFICATION AND REHABILITATION IN A STRUCTURED ENVIRONMENT (INCREASED TO 55 BEDS IN 2014- 2015) ; AND MOBILE ENGAGEMENT SERVICES, A MOBILE OUTREACH SERVICE IN WHICH THERAPISTS WORK WITH THE FAMILY, EMPLOYER, SCHOOL, AND OTHER CONCERNED PARTIES TO ENGAGE INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE RESISTANT TO TREATMENT, MEETING WITH THEM IN THE HOME AND OTHER NON-TRADITIONAL LOCATIONS. IN 2012, THE MOYER FOUNDATION PARTNERED WITH PENN FOUNDATION TO OFFER CAMP MARIPOSA, AN OVERNIGHT WEEKEND CAMP FOR YOUTH AGES 9 THROUGH 12 WHO ARE LIVING WITH ADDICTION IN THEIR FAMILIES. CAMPERS HAVE OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN ABOUT THE DISEASE OF ADDICTION AND ITS IMPACT ON THE FAMILY, TECHNIQUES FOR COPING WITH A LOVED ONE'S ADDICTION, TIPS FOR PREVENTION, AND AVAILABLE RESOURCES THAT THEY CAN TURN TO FOR HELP. CAMPERS ARE ALSO ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN SELECTED ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES SUCH AS CRAFTS, SPORTS, WATER ACTIVITIES, AND ADVENTURE EDUCATION. SESSIONS ARE HELD ONCE EVERY OTHER MONTH FOR ONGOING AND CONSISTENT EDUCATION AND SUPPORT.

CHILDREN'S SERVICES THROUGH ITS PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS, PENN FOUNDATION PROVIDED NEARLY 30,000 SERVICES TO NEARLY 800 CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS DURING THE 2013-2014 FISCAL YEAR. WRAP AROUND (BEHAVIORAL HEALTH REHABILITATION SERVICES) IS A COMMUNITY- BASED EMPOWERMENT APPROACH FOR FAMILIES OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS (BIRTH TO 21 YEARS OF AGE) WITH EMOTIONAL AND/OR BEHAVIORAL DIFFICULTIES. THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES INDIVIDUALIZED, INTENSIVE COUNSELING AND BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR 1-2 YEARS. THE ULTIMATE GOAL IS TO STABILIZE THE CHILD THROUGH INTENSIVE INTERACTIONS AND ACTIVE INVOLVEMENT OF ALL RESOURCES AND SUPPORTS IN THE CHILD'S LIFE (I.E. FAMILY, SCHOOL, CHURCH, ETC.) SERVICES INCLUDE ONE-ON-ONE INTERVENTIONS IN THE HOME AND COMMUNITY SETTINGS, BEHAVIORAL CONSULTATIONS, MOBILE THERAPY, PLAY THERAPY, CREATIVE ARTS THERAPY, PSYCHO-EDUCATION, AND SCHOOL-BASED INTERVENTIONS. DESIGNED TO BRING THE CLASSIC SUMMER CAMP EXPERIENCE TO CHILDREN WHO TYPICALLY WOULD NOT HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY, CAMP COURAGE IS A FOUR-WEEK CAMP FOR CHILDREN WITH MENTAL HEALTH OR DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS. CAMP COURAGE USES A HIGH STAFF-TO-CAMPER RATIO (3:1) AND THERAPEUTIC SUPPORT IN AN OUTDOOR SETTING TO ENHANCE THE CHILD'S PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TO CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOCIALIZATION, BELONGING, MASTERY, INDEPENDENCE, AND GENEROSITY. THIS ADDED SUPPORT ALLOWS OUR CAMPERS TO HAVE A VERY POSITIVE AND SUCCESSFUL CAMP EXPERIENCE. IN JULY 2013, 22 CHILDREN ATTENDED AT LEAST ONE WEEK OF CAMP. FAMILY BASED SERVICES PROVIDES 32 WEEKS OF INTENSIVE COMMUNITY AND HOME- BASED THERAPY AND SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS (UP TO AGE 21) WITH EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS AND THEIR FAMILIES. CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS IN THIS PROGRAM ARE TYPICALLY AT-RISK FOR OUT-OF-HOME PLACEMENT. SERVICES FOCUS ON WORKING WITH THE FAMILY TO SUCCESSFULLY MAINTAIN THE CHILD IN THE HOME. INTERVENTIONS INCLUDE IN-HOME THERAPY, CASEWORK SERVICES, FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES, AND 24/7 CRISIS MANAGEMENT. THE AUTISM SUPPORT CENTER PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENTAL ASSESSMENTS FOR CHILDREN, AGES BIRTH TO 10, WITH COMMUNICATING, RELATING, AND LEARNING CHALLENGES OFTEN MANIFESTED THROUGH BEHAVIOR. IT ALSO PROVIDES INFORMATION AND REFERRAL SERVICES FOR THE COMMUNITY. CHILDREN'S SCHOOL BASED WORKS WITH THE PENNRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT TO PROVIDE GROUP SESSIONS AT THE DISTRICT'S FOUR SECONDARY SCHOOLS FOR STUDENTS WHO DEMONSTRATE AT-RISK BEHAVIORS OR EMOTIONAL ISSUES. REFERRALS TO OTHER RESOURCES FOR CHILDREN AND/OR FAMILIES ARE ALSO PROVIDED. CHILDREN'S SCHOOL-BASED COUNSELING OFFERS IN-SCHOOL OUTPATIENT TREATMENT AT TWO PENNRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AND ONE QUAKERTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. A MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL IS AVAILABLE AT EACH SCHOOL ONE DAY A WEEK TO PROVIDE ASSESSMENTS AND COUNSELING FOR CHILDREN IDENTIFIED BY SCHOOL PERSONNEL AS HAVING BEHAVIORAL OR EMOTIONAL DIFFICULTIES. PARENTS OR GUARDIANS OF IDENTIFIED CHILDREN ARE INCLUDED IN THE TREATMENT INTERVENTIONS. STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SAP) PARTNERS WITH FOUR AREA SCHOOL DISTRICTS- QUAKERTOWN, PALISADES, PENNRIDGE, AND SOUDERTON-TO IDENTIFY STUDENTS "AT RISK" FOR DEVELOPING EMOTIONAL, MENTAL HEALTH, AND/OR SUBSTANCE USE PROBLEMS; PROVIDES ASSESSMENTS; AND, AS NEEDED, REFERS STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES TO TREATMENT SERVICES. EARLY INTERVENTION SUPPORTS COORDINATION IS DESIGNED TO HELP FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN, AGES BIRTH TO THREE, WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS. SERVICES, WHICH INCLUDE ASSESSMENT, TREATMENT PLANNING, REFERRAL, AND COORDINATION OF SERVICES, ARE INDIVIDUALIZED BASED UPON THE UNIQUE NEEDS OF EACH CHILD AND THE CHILD'S FAMILY AND ARE PROVIDED IN THE CHILD'S HOME, DAYCARE CENTER, OR OTHER SETTINGS FAMILIAR TO THE FAMILY. STAFF MEMBERS WORK WITH EACH FAMILY TO PROVIDE THEM WITH STRATEGIES AND IDEAS THAT THEY CAN EASILY INCORPORATE INTO THEIR CHILD'S EXISTING ROUTINES.


Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

Name Title Hours Per Week Total Salary
CHRISTOPHER SQUILLARODO MEDICAL DIRE 55.00 $243,411
WAYNE MUGRAUER CEO CEO 55.00 $227,571
WELLESLEY BAILEY PSYCHIATRIST 43.00 $227,410
DIANA KOZIUPA PSYCHIATRIST 40.00 $216,973
ALAN SOFRANKO PSYCHIATRIST 45.00 $210,830
CHERYL BOOKER-CARTER PSYCHIATRIST 30.00 $179,405
VERNON H KRATZ MD DIRECTOR 26.00 $147,453
FRANCINE MELLOTT CPA CFO 55.00 $118,124
DONALD E KRAYBILL PHD DIRECTOR 1.00 $0
THOMAS LEIDY VICE CHAIRMA 6.00 $0
MARGARET ZOOK CHAIRMAN 8.00 $0
DAVID G LANDIS DIRECTOR 1.00 $0
MARVIN ANDERS SECRETARY 1.00 $0
J PHILLIP MOYER MD MEMBER-AT-LA 1.00 $0
DOROTHY WEIK DIRECTOR 1.00 $0
JEFFREY SCHWEITZER DIRECTOR 1.00 $0
WANDA LINDSAY DIRECTOR 1.00 $0
RONALD SOUDER MD DIRECTOR 1.00 $0
H BRUCE DETWEILER TREASURER 1.00 $0

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