JULIA DYCKMAN ANDRUS MEMORIAL INC
1156 NORTH BROADWAY, YONKERS, NY 10701 www.andruscc.org

Total Revenue
$39,283,724
Total Expenses
$39,845,727
Net Assets
$52,841,310

Organizations Filed Purposes: ANDRUS NURTURES SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING IN CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES BY DELIVERING A BROAD RANGE OF VITAL SERVICES AND BY PROVIDING RESEARCH, TRAINING, AND INNOVATIVE PROGRAM MODELS THAT PROMOTE STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE FOR PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE IN AND BEYOND OUR SERVICE COMMUNITY.

NURTURES SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING IN CHILDREN & THEIR FAMILIES BY DELIVERING A BROAD RANGE OF VITAL SERVICES & BY PROVIDING RESEARCH, TRAINING & INNOVATIVE PROGRAM MODELS

CAMPUS DIVISION - OPERATES ON OUR 107 ACRE CAMPUS LOCATED ON THE NORTH YONKERS/HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON BORDER. THE CAMPUS DIVISION CONSISTS OF TWO MAJOR SERVICES: 1) Residential Services offers assessment, individual, group, family and milieu therapy (including several evidence-based models), special education, family engagement, parent skills training, recreation, psychiatric and nursing services, speech and language intervention, occupational therapy and physical therapy for children placed in our care by school districts, at times the Departments of Social Services, and on occasion through private placement contracts. The program is designed to assist children ages 5-16 and their families to manage and cope with a wide array of problems that have brought them into treatment including childhood trauma, autistic spectrum disorders, mental illness, learning disabilities and other adjustment problems. The children live in our housing units and receive full room and board in addition to the services outlined above. IN TOTAL, 108 CHILDREN WERE SERVED. 2) Special Education/Day Services offers assessment, individual, group, family and milieu therapy (including several evidence-based models), special education, family engagement, parenting skills training, recreation, nursing services, speech and language intervention, occupational therapy and physical therapy for children placed in our care by local school districts. The program is designed to assist children ages 5-16 and their families to manage and cope with a wide array of problems that have brought them into treatment including childhood trauma, autistic spectrum disorders, mental illness, learning disabilities and other adjustment problems. Children placed in our day program are most often from home school districts and on occasion through private placement contracts. The children enrolled in this program are provided transportation by their home school districts. IN TOTAL, 101 CHILDREN WERE SERVED.

MENTAL HEALTH - offers outpatient services and assessments, individual, group and family therapy (including numerous evidence-based models), family engagement, crisis intervention, parent skills training, case management, psychological and psychiatric services. The program is designed to assist children ages 0-18, adults 21 and up and their families. A) THERAPY: individuals of all ages can participate in individualized therapy to meet their needs, including one-to-one, couple, family, and group treatment. B) CARE MANAGEMENT: individuals and families living in family shelters are eligible for case management services to increase access to community resources. C) OPEN ACCESS: walk-in services are available to community residents seeking individualized treatment. D) TESTING: individuals participating in active treatment through ANDRUS are eligible for psychological testing with referral from their therapist. E) PSYCHIATRY: individuals involved in active treatment are eligible to meet with a psychiatrist for evaluations and medication management. F) CLINICS: services are available at three community mental health clinics in Peekskill, White Plains, and Yonkers; individuals and families can access screening for eligibility through open access and scheduled appointments. G) SCHOOLS: each clinic partners with schools in the community through the Social Emotional Enrichment & Development Program (S.E.E.D.); students attending these schools are eligible for in-school therapy services by referral. We currently serve seven school districts in Westchester County, which includes 8 schools in Yonkers, 1 Yorktown Head Start Program, 3 schools in Peekskill, 6 schools in Lakeland, 6 schools in Ossining, 3 schools in Elmsford, 1 school in White Plains (3 are pending approval from OMH) and serving children at the AELC child care center in Tuckahoe. COMMUNITY: wellness and psycho-educational workshops are provided at family shelters and available to all residents. The population served live in Westchester County communities and are referred for services by schools, family court, Departments of Social Services, pediatricians and other service providers. Services are generally paid for by Medicaid, Managed Care Medicaid and other insurance carriers. IN TOTAL, 2,626 CHILDREN AND 592 ADULTS WERE SERVED.

Community - provides a range of health promoting, school readiness, parent education and family support programs throughout Westchester, Bronx and upper Manhattan. The programs work in collaboration with public schools, child-care centers, clinics, the Department of Social Services and other local institutions. Our Community Programs consist of home visiting programs, care coordination services and child and school-aged center-based care. A) Healthy Families New York (HFNY) works with new parents assessed to be at risk for child abuse and provides parent education and support for children and families to give them a good start in life. HFNY served 111 children and families last year. B) ANDRUS Parenting Services (APS) formally called Therapeutic and Parent Aide Services (TAPAS), is a mandated preventive service program and provides support to families who have been the subject of child abuse allegations and seeks to keep families together and promote safety utilizing a trauma-informed lens. APS served 50 families and 108 children last year. C) Care Management (CM) provides care coordination services to children who have complex health issues and are enrolled in Medicaid. We served a total of 264 children last year. D) Andrus Early Learning Center (AELC) is a childcare center with an operating capacity to serving up to 129 children a day, providing a safe and stimulating learning environment for pre-school children. The program offers a diverse learning atmosphere that includes integrated classrooms through a collaboration with The Childrens School Arc of Westchester and Head Start services via a contract with Westchester Community Opportunity Program. AELC served 147 children. E) Eastchester After School Youth (EASY) is an after school program located in the Eastchester Elementary School and provides a safe and stimulating place for children to spend their after school hours. EASY served 108 children. Each program is grounded in the principles that quality care requires collaboration among all the relevant stakeholders. Thus, each program draws on the input and resources of family members and community leaders, as well as on support from private and public funders. IN TOTAL, 752 CHILDREN WERE SERVED.

Executives Listed on Filing

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

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Bryan R MurphyPresident & CEO35$280,444
Jason HoneckerVice President & COO35$202,834
Charles BeroloVice President & CFO35$187,220
Raul E DelpilarVP, HUMAN RESOURCES35$179,821
Raymond EffingerPRINCIPAL, ORCHARD SCHOOL35$171,592
Fady HajalStaff Psychiatrist35$140,306
Gail KeithController35$138,961
Rosa BautistaAVP - Andrus Mental Health Div35$135,264
Katy M Tucci From 1218BOARD MEMBER1.5$0
Richard S Thorpe MdBoard Member1$0
Michael SpensleyBoard Member1.5$0
Barbara Z SmithBoard Member2.5$0
Paul ScharfBoard Member1$0
William H MulliganjresqBoard Member1.5$0
Mary L Meador MdBoard Member0.5$0
F Christopher GilbertBoard Member0.5$0
Lawrence Sc GriffithmdBoard Member1$0
Melinda GeorgeBoard Member1$0
Senator Rene GarciaBOARD MEMBER (FROM 12/18)1$0
David G EarleyBoard Member1$0
David DobellBoard Member0.5$0
Patricia E DayeBoard Member2.5$0
Thomas J CondonBOARD MEMBER0.5$0
James Black From 1218board member2$0
Nancy C SpensleySecretary1.5$0
Steven J FriedmanTreasurer2$0
Susan GumaVice Chair5$0
Hamlin A PakradooniBoard Chair3$0

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