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Family Service League helps individuals, children, and families to mobilize their strengths and improve the quality of their lives at home, in the workplace, and in the community.

Above: Minerva Cortes, Young Family Program home visitor, works with a young mom to teach her positive parenting techniques.

Left: WorkPlus Program Instructor Ivan Falcon teaches computer skills to a client.

Message from the Board Chairman and President & CEO

Kindly accept our gratitude for all you have done to enable us to successfully touch the lives of some 48,000 adults, children and families in 2009. You, our friends and donors, staff and volunteers, have made such a difference in the lives of so many on Long Island during this difficult economic time. Family Service League has a reputation ~ as new needs emerge in the community; we develop new programs in response to these needs. 2009 was no exception. FSL partnered with Suffolk County to keep those on the brink of homelessness off the streets. Through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, funds were obtained from the Prevention and Rapid-Re-Housing Program to help families in this dire situation. Family Service League assumed an Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team in Bay Shore to continue to meet the needs of hundreds of adults with severe and persistent mental illness and keep them from becoming hospitalized. As more people continued to lose jobs, John and Janet Kornreich stepped up with financial support to create a Computer Training Program in Mineola to primarily assist Hispanic adults gain new employment skills. As budgets became tighter, the Hagedorn Foundation funded video-conferencing in three sites throughout Long Island so meetings and trainings might take place without the traditional costs of travel and time across the counties. Financial and programmatic challenges arose, but, as always, the dedicated Board of Directors, staff, donors, legislators, volunteers and friends were there for thousands of families Restoring Hope, Rebuilding Lives. With warm regards,

Richard Gavin

Board Chairman

Karen Boorshtein, LCSW

President and CEO



Karen Boorshtein, LCSW President and CEO Vice President for Programs Vice President for Community Services and Advocacy Vice President for Program Development and Grants Vice President for Development Vice President for Finance Director of Operations and Quality Assurance Director of Human Resources


Richard Gavin Barbara Page John Coffey Mark Mediavilla Winston Dookram Whitney Posillico Donald Eversoll Wayne Grossé Chairman Chairwoman-Elect Treasurer Vice Chair, Programs Co-Vice Chair, Advocacy Co-Vice Chair, Advocacy Vice Chair, Development Recording Secretary

Larry P. Weiss, DSW, LCSW-R Margaret Boyd, LMSW Phyllis Y. Haber, LMSW Susan C. Edwards, MS Bernice Selig, BA Larry Daniels, MA Madeline Kane, BS

Board of Directors

Stephen Abramson James Ashe Christine Bené Vivian Cahn James Carpenter Rob Cooper Steve Dely Thelma Drew Edward Flint Alan Giaimis Deborah Holder Lynn Kaufman Andrea B. Klein Debra Lund Susan Lyons Richard Maikis Donald Musgnug Dorothy Oehmler Marilyn Proferes Richard Jay Scholem Joseph Shaffery Judith Sonfield Vaughan Spilsbury Pearl Staller Ken Taub Slava Vero James Weller Francine Whitehead

Division Directors

Robyn Berger-Gaston, LCSW Lori Anne Brennan, LMSW Jo Anne Collins, Ph.D Lisa Jamison, LMSW Cynthia Nye, MPA, MHA Youth and Senior Services Vocational Services Housing and Homeless Services Family Services Behavioral Health Services

Program Directors

Donna Altonji, LCSW Penny Antonio, MSW Valerie Brunner, LMSW Joan Burke, LMSW Kate Bishop, LMSW Sylvia Cabrera Smith, LCSW-R Herb Cohen, ATR Janice Gosule, LCSW-R Jill Gottfried, MA Lorraine O'Connor, LCSW-R Mary Abgarian, MA Families and Schools Together Manor Field Family Center Program Home/HPRH Ombudservice Program Adult Case Management North Fork Counseling Stepping Stones PROS County Wide Counseling, PINS Joseph D. Posillico Jr. Preschool Learning Center South Fork Mental Health Lockwood Early Learning Center and Kornreich Early Learning Center North Fork Counseling Program Supportive Case Management Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) The Linkage Center and Extension, Self Sufficiency North Fork Early Learning Center CAPT Center Iovino South Shore Family Center Journey House and PROS

President's Council

John R. Bransfield, Jr. Robert J. Gaffney Mary Gallagher Diane Galtieri Leland Hairr Thomas N. Iovino Catherine Jansen Irving Klein Susan Lockwood Charles Mancini Angelina Martinez Frank Regnante Marge Sammis

Karen Malcomson, Ed.D, NP Francine Mellow, LCSW Mark Pandolfi, LMSW Lauren Panobianco, LMSW Linda Ruland, M.Ed Mary Sidoti, M.Ed, CPNP Eileen Smith, LMSW David Sullivan, BA


The struggles continued, Family Service League During 2009, the impact of the financial recession was there

continued on Long Island. More and more families lost homes, parents continued to be unemployed, even middle class families needed food and shelter. People came to FSL in record numbers for counseling to deal with these emotional stressors, for vocational training and for debt counseling.

Corporations, foundations and government at all levels faced challenges as well. More resources were needed to meet the increased needs of families and our funders were facing the same economic stressors. But Family Service League was there to serve more than 48,000 individuals ~ adults, children and families in need. Through an array of 47 programs delivered in 15 sites from Mineola to Montauk, our 575 staff and 400 volunteers worked to meet the needs. Our generous donors came forward and insured that those in trouble would not stand alone.

Above: YouthBuild clients learn to work together as they develop employment skills.

Left: Graduates of the Kornreich Adult Computer Literacy Center in Mineola with benefactors Janet and John Kornreich (standing left).


FSL Programs

Diane Goldberg Behavioral Health Services

Adult Case Management Assertive Community Treatment Children and Family Clinic-Plus Children and Parents Together (CAPT) Children and Youth Mobile Mental Health Children's Supportive Case Management County Wide Counseling East End Community Counseling North Fork Counseling East Hampton Clinic Iovino South Shore Family Center Clinic Southampton Clinic Family Recovery Center Persons In Need of Supervision (PINS) RECESS Personalized Recovery Oriented Service (PROS) Stepping Stones East

Youth and Senior Services

Brookhaven Family Center Brookhaven Youth Advocacy CareGivers Support Program Community-Crisis Action Team (C-CAT) CAMP ElderLink HomeShare Long Island National Grandparents Committee / LI KinCare Operation Success Riverhead Family Center SeniorNet Learning Center Youth and Family Advocacy

A New President & CEO Confronts Critical Challenges for Our Families

On February 1, 2009, Karen Boorshtein assumed the position of President and CEO of Family Service League. A licensed clinical social worker, Karen began her career at FSL 16 years ago as Director of our longest running program, County Wide Counseling. She was instrumental in growing the agency's south shore services from a 1,240 square foot site to the present Iovino South Shore Family Center in Bay Shore which encompasses 42,000 square feet, housing more than 20 programs. Her efforts enabled FSL to become the largest community based agency provider of Universal Pre-Kindergarten services, serving the Brentwood and Bay Shore school districts. "The long-term relationships Karen has cultivated with all levels of government have enabled FSL to become the standard bearer among human service agencies on Long Island," stated Rick Gavin, Chairman, FSL Board of Directors. Faced with a national economic crisis in 2009, Karen challenged our Board, staff, volunteers, donors, and friends in government, corporations and foundations "to never forget the human needs of our communities and work harder in difficult times to maintain the integrity of families."

Family Services

Alternatives For Youth (AFY) Debt Counseling The Diane Goldberg Community Center Families and Schools Together (FAST) Healthy Families New York Visiting Program Home Base and Home Safe SOFA (Suffolk County Options for Female Adolescents) The Iovino South Shore Family Center The Lockwood Preschool Learning Center Kornreich Early Learning Center Joseph D. Posillico, Jr. Early Learning Center Manor Field Family Center Middle Country Library Family Center Universal Pre-K North Fork Early Learning Center Project BEE Stony Brook WIC

Housing and Homeless Services

Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative (HIHI) Program Home The Linkage Center and Extension

Vocational Services

Personalized Recovery-Oriented Services (PROS) Flexible Employment Program (FEP) Employment Ready Site Program WORKPlus

Community Programs

Community Thrift Shop Volunteer Services Program


FSL Again Recognized for Highest Standards: Council on Accreditation Renews Certification

It was a cold week in March when an Accreditation Team comprised of non-profit executives from around the country made their re-certification visit to FSL. Visiting our program sites, and interviewing staff, volunteers and Board members, the team evaluated FSL against over a 1,000 standards of "best practices." In addition to reviewing all programs, the Accreditation Team surveyed our Human Resources protocols, financial and fundraising practices, our accountability to funders and community, and our general management practices. All forty-seven of Family Service League's programs, and the agency as a whole, were awarded a maximum four-year reaccreditation by the international Council on Accreditation (COA). The process recognized FSL's ongoing Continuous Performance and Quality Improvement Program as a core hallmark of quality. Kudos to the Staff, Volunteers and Board for their commitment to this highest level of service excellence...accomplishing this remarkable, prestigious reaccreditation.

Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program: Families Kept off the Streets

In October, FSL began operating the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP) out of two Regional Family Centers. Funded by federal stimulus dollars, this program prevents homelessness in households that had been impacted by the worsening economic crisis. This was the first time the federal government targeted significant resources to preventing homelessness and FSL was honored to be one of two agencies chosen in Suffolk County to operate the program. HPRP helped to reduce or eliminate the emergency housing stays of many Suffolk County residents by streamlining access to housing relocation assistance, affordable housing and rent subsidies, rent and utility arrears, case management and support services to families prior to their loss of permanent housing. Assessment, housing relocation assistance, rent or utility arrears and rent subsidies can be provided for up to18 months. During the fourth quarter of 2009, staff received between 65 and 70 calls for assistance daily at each program location. During this same fourth quarter, HPRP staff made 1551 referrals for additional supports both within our agency and to other service providers for these families. Families were helped to get back on their feet and once again become self sufficient.


East Meets West: Videoconferencing at Family Service League

A generous grant from the Hagedorn Foundation brought sophisticated videoconferencing equipment and capabilities to the Iovino South Shore Family Center and the Riverhead Family Center. Also located at the Health and Welfare Council in Hempstead, these three (3) sites enable staff from Family Service League and other not-for-profits around the counties to host meetings, trainings and enhanced curricula for their clients. This "greener" alternative to long distance driving also saves agencies funds for mileage reimbursement and significant staff time. Live, face to face communication facilitates collaboration among FSL's many programs as well as coordination with and among other service providers.

So far, videoconferencing has enabled volunteer training, new staff orientation and professional speakers to be presented "live" to groups in Bay Shore and Riverhead. Staff was also able to participate in a state-wide AARP conference held in Albany. Youngsters in Operation Success, a homework help after school program, talked directly to divers as they watched them swim the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The possibilities are endless!!

Photo Caption: Darren Sandow, Executive Director of the Hagedorn Foundation, joins Karen Boorshtein, LCSW, President and CEO of Family Service League, in a demonstration of the new videoconferencing equipment.

Beyond English Education: Initial Teaching Alphabet Supports Hispanic Children and their Families

In its eighth year of operation, Project BEE (Beyond English Education) has supported Latino/Hispanic children and their families in the Riverhead and Bay Shore communities. Toddlers from Spanish speaking households are prepared for enrollment in English speaking schools while their parents are also familiarized with the listening, speaking, reading and writing of English. Provided two days a week in each community, Project BEE helps to preserve the families' own language and culture while assisting them to learn English and American culture. Parents share, participate and engage in activities with their children. Key developmental training emphasizes cognitive, language, gross and fine motor skills, knowledge of self and social, math and science concepts. In addition, family literacy and social service programs are offered.


King Kullen Grocery Co. generously sponsored the FSL Camp Program with a Grant of $6,000. (pictured: Brian C. Cullen and J. Donald Kennedy, CoPresidents of King Kullen with FSL President and CEO Karen Boorshtein)

Susan Edwards, Vice President for Development at FSL, accepts a check for the Ramos Teen Center from Peter Shapero (left) and David Einbinder, President of the Long Island Real Estate Group.

Seniors Remain in their Communities: Medicaid Waiver Supports Independence

A new program instituted by Family Service League in 2009 was "Nursing Home Transition and Diversion," a program which assists nursing home eligible seniors to remain at home. FSL transitioned seniors out of nursing homes and diverted medically eligible persons from entering long term care facilities by offering a series of supports and accommodations. A less expensive alternative to facility placement, this model also enables seniors to remain close to families and friends. FSL manages the overall plan for each client's care. Funds are provided for environmental modifications and assistive technology where appropriate. One senior had a bathroom completely modified so he could bathe independently; another received a hitech electric wheelchair. Ramps and stair glides enable people with physical challenges to stay in their homes with dignity. Family Service League is focused on the emerging needs of seniors on Long Island.

Success Breeds Success: New ACT Team Begins in Bay Shore

Since 2003, Family Service League has provided an Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team in Riverhead which delivers comprehensive and effective therapeutic, rehabilitative and supportive services to individuals diagnosed with severe mental illness whose needs have not been well met through traditional service delivery models. In May, 2009, the ACT Team West joined Family Service League. Nine staff members, a consulting psychiatrist and 60 clients had a seamless transition to their new agency. Located at the Iovino South Shore Family Center in Bay Shore, this team provides intensive services to adults with severe mental illness. While change can often be difficult, we are proud of the smooth transition and success the consumers are experiencing and salute the staff for their team building efforts.


The Legacy Circle is Created: Become a Founder Today

Nearly twenty friends and Board members have already made arrangements in their estate plan for Family Service League. By designating a percentage of their estate or a fixed amount of resources, many have made such arrangements in their wills. Others have purchased an insurance policy with Family Service League as the beneficiary. Still others have established a charitable remainder trust. Nearly 8% of all charitable giving in the U.S. is through bequests. In July, 2010, the Legacy Circle wall will be hung at Family Service League. Those families and friends who join the Circle by June 30, 2010 will be designated as a "Founder." Please consider the future of Family Service League and the future children and families who will be counting on us.


Great Chefs

Great Chefs Hits All-Time Fundraising Record: Kaufman's and Bohlsen's Honored

Lynn and Jonah Kaufman were honored at 2009 Great Chefs of Long Island with the Community Leadership Award. Raising and contributing a total of $115,000 for the event, the Kaufmans, Lynn a Board member and immediate past Board Chairwoman, helped make this the most successful Great Chefs event ever. The Bohlsen Family received the first Great Chefs Restaurateur Award for their many years of support of the event and of Family Service League. Linda, John, Kurt and Michael contributed and raised more than $50,000 for the event. Nearly 600 guests were in attendance and all generously supported the 47 programs offered by FSL to nearly 48,000 children and families in 2009.

Left: Lynn (left) and Jonah Kaufman, recipients of the 2009 Community Leadership Award, are joined by Karen Boorshtein, President and CEO.

Right: Kurt (left to right), Linda, John and Michael Bohlsen, 2009 Restaurateurs, receive award from Karen Boorshtein, President and CEO and Richard Scholem, Board Member and Great Chefs Restaurant Chair.


Our Special Appreciation to Family Service League Donors 2009

Donors $5,000 - $9,999

Advantage Title Agency, Inc. ALLSector Technology Group Anbinder Family Foundation Anonymous Christine and Andrew Bene' Bertsand Plumbing and Heating CA, Inc. Cablevision Local Media Division Donors over $100,000 Capital One Bank Whitney Posillico Chernoff Diamond & Co., LLC Donors $50,000 - $99,999 Christ Church of Oyster Bay Bank of America Joan and Winston Dookram Fay J. Lindner Foundation Fund For The Poor The Hagedorn Foundation Junior League of Long Island Initial Teaching Alphabet Foundation Kissinger Family Foundation Lynn and Jonah Kaufman Andrea B. and Peter D. Klein Susan and Christopher Lockwood Long Island Fund For Women and Girls Newsday Charities, a Fund of The McCormick Tribune Foundation Long Island McDonald's Owners / Operators Donors $20,000 - $49,999 Cheryl and Richard Metrick Linda and John Bohlsen Motorola, Inc. Diane Goldberg Foundation National Grid Foundation Karen and Joseph Esposito Barbara Page Amy Hagedorn Wendy Posillico Iovino Family Foundation Marie and Peter Pruden J.P. Morgan Chase Global Ronald McDonald Children's Philanthropy Charities Knapp-Swezey Foundation Maureen and Richard J. Rouse Janet and John Kornreich The Pamela and Richard Rubinstein Foundation Maternity & Early Childhood Foundation, Inc. SeniorNet @ FSL-LI Tracy and Paul Posillico Judith and Matthew Sonfield Marge Sammis Sterling Floor Design Long Island Real Estate Group Theresa and Joseph Sweeney Simons Foundation UBS Financial Services Pearl and Erwin Staller Verizon Communications Wal-Mart

Donors $10,000 - $19,999

Anonymous Bethpage Federal Credit Union Mary and Donald Eversoll Diane and Richard Gavin Harvest Real Estate Services, Inc. Katherine and Steven Horowitz HSBC Bank USA King Kullen Grocery Co., Inc. Long Island Community Fund Moritt Hock Hamroff & Horowitz, LLP The New York Community Bank Foundation Pall Corporation Joseph Posillico III Prudential Financial Services Eversoll Associates Fred Turner Verizon Communications Francine and Brian Whitehead

Donors $1,000 - $4,999

Nancy and Michael Aboff Aboff 's Paints and Wallcoverings AFLAC Anonymous Phyllis Louise Barlow American Land Services, Inc. Lori and James Ashe Assured Environments Joan and Donald Axinn The Ayco Company, LP Bank of America Benedict Properties, LLC Berman Blake Associates Inc. Brandywine Realty Trust Bullen Insurance Group Cablevision Lightpath Vivian and Richard Cahn Candid Kids Nancy and James J. Carpenter Adriene and Charles Carson

Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman CJOGS Manorville, LLC Clear View Building Services Inc. Debra and John Coffey Mariann Coleman Danic Concrete Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty Rosamond A. Dean Kristine and Steven Dely DiCarlo Distributors Thelma and Archer Drew Diana and Daniel Driscoll East Islip Lumber Co. Edward Ehrbar Emblem Health Services Enterprise Rent-A-Car Episcopal Church Women of St. John's Church Estee Lauder Companies Inc. Farber, Rosen & Kaufman, P.C. Ferrara Bros. Building Material Corp. Fiorini Landscaping First Development Corporation Kathleen and Brendan FitzGerald Joyce and Edward Flint Florence Building Materials Charles A. Gargano Grassi & Co. Gemma Clinical Consultant Services Rosalyn Gordon Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. Patricia and Mark Griffith H.O. Penn Machinery Co, Inc. Hearst Business Media Maureen and Richard Herzbach Hoffman-Grayson Architects Huntington Crescent Club Ladies Island Acoustics J. Petrocelli Contracting, Inc. James A. MacDonald Foundation Louis Jimenez Jobco, Inc. Marilyn and Weyman Jones Amber Kagan and Amy Ventry-Kagan Beth and Charles Kaplanek Katzman Weinstein & Co., LLP Irving Klein LaRosa Bros. Food Distributors Inc. Lazer Aptheker Rosella & Yedid, PC Susan and Patrick Lyons Madison National Bank Rosemary and Richard Maikis 60 Plant Associates, LLC Angelina and Manuel Martinez Master Craft Installations Marcia Kramer Mayer and Michael Eisenbud

Pam and Mark Mediavilla Merrill Lynch Helen Morris Jill Murray Marla and Donald Musgnug Mutual of America Nawrocki Smith, LLP New York Community Bancorp, Inc. Newmark, Knight and Frank, LLC Nichoson Foundation Nordemann Foundation North Eastern Bus North Fork Early Learning Center North Marq Capital Dorothy and Richard Oehmler Pauline and Stuart Olsten Optimum Lightpath Donna and Joe Paternoster Nanette and David Pennetta Barbara and Kenneth Peterson Rhoma and Howard Phillips Jessica and Frank Posillico Thomas Posillico Katharine Posillico-McGowan Marilyn and Donald Proferes Susan and Robert Quinn Racanelli Associates Beatriz and Marc Stephen Reubins Huntington Rotary Club Sandy and David Saginaw Sanna Mattson MacLeod June and Edward Santalone Ann and Richard Jay Scholem Paula and Scott Schwanke Linda and Barry Seidel Theresa and Joseph Shaffery Silverman Acampora, LLP Solon E. Summerfield Foundation Spiegel Associates St. John's Church Stark Carpet Sterling & Sterling Style Mechanical, Inc. Suffolk Transportation Service Laura and Joseph Sweeney Target Stores Lesa and Ken Taub TD Bank Judi and Howard Teig Temple Beth El of Huntington Triangle Building Products Nancy and Reinhardt Van Dyke, Jr. Vincent G. Halloran Fund for Children Frances and James Weller Carol Werblin Westchester Benefits Group Woltman Associates Women's Group of the Greens, Inc.


Donors 500 - $999

Aetna Karen Boorshtein Pien and Hans Bosch Merle Ann and James B. Burke Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Cappella Foods Gina and Edward Carroll Linda and Gerard Cavalier Certified Climate Control Systems Inc. Chicago Title Insurance Co. CJ2 Communication Strategies Commercial Industrial Brokers Society Covanta Huntington, LLP Crest Hollow Country Club Darren Construction Glen De Baere DeChiaro Contracting Corp. Lynelle and Ken Deneau EBY Electro Inc. Robert J. Eckhardt Susan and Robert Eisner Ramsay and Christian Erickson Ex-Eltronics Inc. Barbara and Charles Forte The Fuoco Group Fusco, Brandenstein & Rada, PC Gallagher Family Foundation Gateway Plaza Shopping Center Frances and Eugene L. Gazza Global Hanger and Display, Inc. Judith and Arthur Goldstein Kathleen A. Goulding Susan Griffin Charles Hall Hamco New York Patricia and Robert Hamer Hampton Drainage & Paving Corp. Michael Hartzman Elizabeth and Charles Hubbard Hunter Metal Industries Inc. Huntington Youth Bureau Bobbi amd William Iarrobino Johnson & Johnson Jim Kelly Kennedy Plumbing & Heating Corp. Eugenie and Walter B. Kissinger Kiwanis Club of Huntington Kravet Fabrics Elaine and Stephen Krupa Shirley and Eugene Levitt M.A. Connell Funeral Home Judy McElwain Deborah and Thomas Mirth Old First Presbyterian Church Pelkowski Precast Corp.

Phillips, Weiner, Quinn, Artura & Cox Premium Supply Co. Presbyterian Women of Old First Church Kim and Glen Radovich Patricia and Richard Rongo Alice Marie and Gerard Rorke Royal Star Associates Rubie's Costume Co. Wendy and Richard Rudden Sachem Youth Advisory Group Inc. Cliff and Evi Scapellati Bette and Paul Schneiderman Anne and Virginia Seeley Vaughan Spilsbury Mariellen and Robert Spina State Farm Companies Foundation Jill and Stuart Tane Carol and Paul Tonna True Mechanical Corp. Cathi and Keith Turner UBS Financial Services United Fence and Guardrail Slava and Eric Vero Beverly and Steven Weitzner Women's Council of Realtors Yamaguchi Restaurant Marie and Joseph Yanosik

Emtec Consultants Morton Eydenberg Robert M. Foley Forchelli Curto Crowe Deegan Schwartz Mineo & Cohn, LLP Jeanne and Carl Forster Eileen and L. George Gardella Jo-An and Ronald Gaudreault GCI Environmental GCP Capital Group Eileen and Salvatore Gentile Barbara Gettinger John W. Green Gutterman's Inc. Robin Hadley Margaret Haemer Gretchen and Jonathan Hargis Karen and Donald Hoffman Deborah Holder Caroline and David Holstein Institute For Student Achievement International Asbestos Removal Linda and Elliott Jonas Barbara and Aldustus Jordan Barbara and Tony Josepher Jupiter Hills Country Club K.T. Construction Kane-Davey Associates, Inc. Mary Beth C. King Kiwanis Club of the Islips Donors $250 - $499 and Bay Shore, Inc. Jeanette and John Allsopp Mary Klein Donna and Douglas Aloise Lisa Kratter Anonymous Laurie Kurte Patricia Antonucci Kurtzberg & Kurtzberg, PC Barbara Arenth Julie and Michael LaBella Vivian and Samuel Aronson Ellen and J. Richard Lawrence AXA Foundation Jeanne and Thomas Lederer Elizabeth and Edwin Black Carmella and Joseph Leonardi Cathy and John Bolz Faith and Leslie A. Lerner Emilio Branchinelli Beth and Charles Levinthal Marijke and James Brower Long Island Board of Realtors, Inc. Megan and Robert Butler Mary Loughlin Jane Cardel Lowell Electrical Contracting, Inc. Beatrice Carillo Kathryn and Robert J. Manley Sharon and Terrel Cass David Manning Christopher Clarke Jane and Earl Matchett Commercial Contractors Corp. Surrogate Gardener, Inc. Regina and Brian Concannon Thomas K. Mead Kyle Corey Kim Memoli Lila and Nathaniel Corwin Metro Sales & Marketing Group, Inc. Patricia and Philip Cracchiola Michael Pucci Advertising & Public Damiano Cuneo Relations Karen and Ronald Cuppernull Carol and Anthony Mitarotondo, Jr. Barbara and Andrew Daly Diane and Stephen Mock Carmen and Larry Daniels Diana and Harry Mohrman Peggy Darling and Guillaume Dupree Deborah and Frank Naclerio Data Voice Network Systems, Inc. Anthony Napolitano Deker Glass & Mirror, Inc. Laurie Nesi DJJ Technologies Tara and Vincent Nesi, Jr.

Nixon Peabody, LLP Nu Green Landscaping, Inc. Eileen O'Boyle-Bitetto Diane and Steve Orehosky Lisa and Donald A. Paris Maureen and Joe Parisi Perfect 10 Limousine Antonella and Carl Pergola Amy and Robert M. Podhurst Port Dock and Stone The John Pufahl Family Pyramid Air Conditioning Inc. Betsy and Latty Radecki Corrine and John Rampollo Phyllis Ramzell Bartholomew Rebore Virginia and Frank Regnante Risk Management Associates, Inc. Mary Rosenvinge Leslie and Gary Rudolph Sandra and Theodore Ryder Scott Sammis Linda and Richard Santa Maria Carmella and Jack Santomaura Schacker Realty Ann and Arnold Schwartz Carol and Allan Shapiro Sally and Brian Shore Stephen Siben Silberstein, Awad & Miklos Sheila and Walter Silverstein Kate and Scott Singer Loren and David Skrodanes Gloria and Ira Slutzky Joyce and Harry Smith Lynn and David Sobocinski St. Hugh of Lincoln RC Church Ellen and Jay Steinberg Carol and Steve Stolze Strike Force Maintenance Corp. Catherine and George Stubbs Paul Sullivan Lizbeth and Jeff Thalheimer Catherine and Christ Theodorakis Bruce Orr Timber Ridge Homes Joan Trant Trius, Inc. Barbara Tyree United Asset Financial Group Janet and Charles Vaccaro Jean and Thornton Vandersall William Alfred Walker Rochelle and Marc Weinberg Lonny Weiner Chris Wesson William E Martin & Sons Co. Fiona and Jan Witkowski


We would also like to thank: The Community Thrift Shop Long Island's United Way The Townwide Fund of Huntington NYS Senator Carl Marcellino NYS Senator Owen H. Johnson NYS Senator Craig M. Johnson NYS Senator John J. Flanagan NYS Assemblyman Fred Thiele, Jr. NYS Assemblyman Andrew Raia NYS Assemblyman Marc S. Alessi NYS Assemblyman James D. Conte NYS Assemblyman Philip R. Ramos NYS Assemblyman Robert Sweeney Suffolk County Legislator Cameron Alden Suffolk County Legislator Kate Browning Suffolk County Legislator Thomas Barraga Suffolk County Legislator Brian Beedenbender Suffolk County Legislator Jon Cooper Suffolk County Legislator Louis D'Amaro Suffolk County Legislator Jack Eddington Suffolk County Legislator Vivian Fisher Suffolk County Legislator DuWayne Gregory Suffolk County Legislator Wayne Horsley Suffolk County Legislator John Kennedy Suffolk County Legislator William Lindsay Suffolk County Legislator Daniel LoSquadro Suffolk County Legislator Ricardo Montano Suffolk County Legislator Lynn Nowick Suffolk County Legislator Edward Romaine Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman Suffolk County Legislator Steven Stern Town of Islip Town of Babylon Town of East Hampton Town of Huntington Town of Southampton Town of Brookhaven Town of Southold Thank you to the following donors for their in-kind donations: BAE Systems Banana Republic Bumblebabies Cactus Hair Plus Cedar Graphics Comp4Kids Estee Lauder Henry Schein Inc. IBM


We wish to recognize and thank the following school districts: Bay Shore Union Free School District Brentwood Union Free School District Elwood Union Free School District Greenport Public Schools Huntington Union Free School District Longwood Central School District Mattituck-Cutchogue Union Free School District Mineola Public Schools Riverhead Central School District South Huntington Union Free School District Thank you to the camps donating scholarships for our children: All Island Basketball Camp Brookhaven ROE YMCA Camp DeWolfe Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck Camp Peconic Dunes Camp Wilbur Herrlich Centereach YMCA Crestwood Country Day Camp Debbie's Work of Heart Camp East Hampton YMCA Girl Scout Camp Edey Girl Scout Camp Sobaco Great South Bay YMCA Huntington Historical Society Huntington YMCA Kiwanis Club of Huntington Kiwanis Club of Lindenhurst Kiwanis Club of Three Village Lu Hi Summer Program North Shore Holiday House Park Shore Country Day School Ramapo Anchorage Camp Sheriff 's Camp Program Inc. Sunshine Prevention Center USDAN Center for the Performing Arts Vacamas Programs for Youth

*Contributions in the amount of $250 and over received after November 1, 2009 will be reflected in the 2010 Annual Report Please contact Noreen Fremed at (631) 427-3700, ext. 282 if your name has been misspelled or inadvertently omitted. Donors listed in this Annual Report are not inclusive of all corporate, foundation and/or government contributions.

Financial Data 2009

Program Income by Source Program Income by Source

Program Support & Fundraising ....2,214,405 Indirect Public Support ..................2,393,565 Government Contracts ...................8,138,249 Program Fees ................................10,836,454 Other Income....................................361,448 23,944,121

Other Income Public Support & Fund Raising Indirect Public Support

Program Fees

Government Contracts

Program Expenses

Program Services ..........................20,287,931 Support Services .............................2,422,131 Development Expenses......................363,171 23,073,233

Support Services 10% Development Expenses 2%

Public Contributions And Fundraising Direct Contributions (individual, corporate, newspaper, appeals to community groups, other)...$1,169,232 Thrift Shops ...............................................23,766 Foundation Grants....................................579,415 Board Fundraising Events .........................441,992 Indirect Public Support Townwide Fund of Huntington..................14,000 United Way of Long Island.......................110,353 Institutional Contracts...........................2,269,212 Government Contracts Suffolk County ......................................5,481,377 New York State ......................................1,590,563 Town of Huntington ................................473,013 FEMA Grant ..............................................95,800 United States Department of HUD............90,916 Town of East Hampton ..............................90,263 Town of Southampton................................84,733 Town of Brookhaven...................................83,279 Town of Islip ..............................................67,048 Town of Southold .......................................32,988 Federal Government ...................................30,600 Town of Babylon ........................................17,669 Other Income Program Service Fees .............................1,788,316 Medicare and Medicaid Payments..........9,048,138 Investment Income ...................................345,155 Rental Income ............................................16,293 Total Program Support Revenues.............$23,944,121

Program Expenditures by Function

Community Services Youth, Seniors & Intergenerational Services.....................$2,242,415 Family Services ......................................4,102,672 Vocational Services.................................1,801,663 Housing & Homeless Services ...............1,973,282 Behavioral Health Services ...................10,167,899 Fundraising & Development ..........................363,171 Management And Administration ...............2,422,131 Total Program Expenses ...........................$23,073,233 Net Assets January 1, 2009 ........................$6,192,576 Net Assets December 31, 2009....................7,063,464


Program Services 88%


Administrative Office and Olsten Family Center 790 Park Avenue Huntington, NY 11743 P. 631-427-3700 F. 631-427-9149 Iovino South Shore Family Center 1444 Fifth Avenue, Bay Shore Brookhaven Family Center 1490 William Floyd Parkway, East Yaphank Manor Field Family Center 90 East Fifth Street, Huntington Station Riverhead Family Center 208 Roanoke Avenue, Riverhead Middle Country Library Family Centers Middle Country Library, Selden Middle Country Library, Centereach 274 New York Avenue, Huntington 21 East Ninth Street, Huntington Station 60 Plant Avenue, Hauppauge 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton Sterlington Commons, Greenport 475 Franklinville Road, Laurel 7555 Main Road, Mattituck 35 East Main Street, Riverhead 225 Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays 10 Hampton Street, Mineola 200 Emory Road, Mineola


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