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Parenting Classes Healthy Kids Helping people find jobs Afterschool Programs
Parenting Classes
Healthy Kids
Helping people find jobs
Afterschool Programs
Healthy Kids Helping people find jobs Afterschool Programs Live Grow Succeed 6200 SE King Rd. Portland,
Healthy Kids Helping people find jobs Afterschool Programs Live Grow Succeed 6200 SE King Rd. Portland,

Live Grow Succeed

6200 SE King Rd.

Portland, OR 97222

p 503.546.6377

f

503.546.9397

www.nwfs.org

OR 97222 p 503.546.6377 f 503.546.9397 www.nwfs.org The MISSION of Northwest Family Services is to equip

The MISSION of Northwest Family Services is to equip people with vital skills for a lifetime in support of child well-being and family stability.

vital skills for a lifetime in support of child well-being and family stability. nwfs.org 2016 Annual
vital skills for a lifetime in support of child well-being and family stability. nwfs.org 2016 Annual
vital skills for a lifetime in support of child well-being and family stability. nwfs.org 2016 Annual
nwfs.org 2016 Annual Report nwfs.org
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2016 Annual Report
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Program Impact Live Grow Succeed DID YOU KNOW?  In 2016, NWFS served over 34,000

Program Impact

Live Grow Succeed

Program Impact Live Grow Succeed DID YOU KNOW?  In 2016, NWFS served over 34,000 people;
Program Impact Live Grow Succeed DID YOU KNOW?  In 2016, NWFS served over 34,000 people;
Program Impact Live Grow Succeed DID YOU KNOW?  In 2016, NWFS served over 34,000 people;

DID YOU KNOW?

In 2016, NWFS served over 34,000 people; 13,000 were youth active within 12 local school districts!

During 2016, NWFS was selected for the 7 th year in a

row as part of the BEST 100 Non-Profits To Work For In

Oregon, 3rd year as part of the Top Oregon Workplaces, and 4th year as the 100 BEST Green Workplaces.

During 2016; NWFS was awarded a grant from PGE s

Renewable Development fund in an effort to become more sustainable. Solar Panels and system will be installed on the roof of our main office in 2017.

95% of all donations go back to programs.

NWFS has regular e-newsletters that are full of updates, tips, and uplifting stories. Subscribe at www.nwfs.org

Programs and Services

stories. Subscribe at www.nwfs.org Programs and Services  Job assistance services— we help people find jobs
stories. Subscribe at www.nwfs.org Programs and Services  Job assistance services— we help people find jobs
stories. Subscribe at www.nwfs.org Programs and Services  Job assistance services— we help people find jobs
stories. Subscribe at www.nwfs.org Programs and Services  Job assistance services— we help people find jobs

Job assistance services— we help people find jobs

Providing Employers qualified and reliable employees or volunteers

Job readiness workshop series —resumes, cover letters, interview skills, etc.

Mental Health First Aid Classes & Peer Support Specialists

Family Resource Coordination

Community Health Workers

Early Childhood Education &

Partnering with 22 middle & high schools

Afterschool Programs and Mentoring

Developing youth leaders

Case Management & Summer Programs

Human Trafficking Awareness Program (in -person & online)

Suicide & Gang Prevention

Peer Court (Youth Diversion Program)

Drug, Alcohol, Sex, Gang, and other risk

Resources

Breast Health Education & Exams

Health Fairs & Photo Voice

Drug & Alcohol Treatment Services

& Photo Voice  Drug & Alcohol Treatment Services prevention education  NWFS oversees and 

prevention education

Drug & Alcohol Treatment Services prevention education  NWFS oversees and  Parenting Classes for those
Drug & Alcohol Treatment Services prevention education  NWFS oversees and  Parenting Classes for those

NWFS oversees and

Services prevention education  NWFS oversees and  Parenting Classes for those in the child welfare

Parenting Classes for those in the

child welfare &

justice system

Individual, couples, family

Sliding scale fee available

Resource bookstore

Online and in-person

1,000+ served annually

operates a drug-free

coalition of community partners who work to reduce substance abuse.

Insurance accepted

100 served in 2016

Dear Friends,

Story

accepted  100 served in 2016 Dear Friends, Story Northwest Family Services is an award winning,

Northwest Family Services is an award winning, leading provider of proven services that reduce poverty.

Please browse this report and learn more through our website, www.nwfs.org.

Feature Story: Amy, 15-year old improves life after becoming clean and sober:

*Total number of students receiving assessment/treatment services from NWFS Clackamas County Drug and Alcohol Counselors in Clackamas County during 2015-2016 school year totals 99!

Amy was always getting into trouble, did not care about school. Her grades were suffering as a result. Things at my home were difficult for Amy as well. A close family member died and it was hard for Amy to process. She started to cope with drugs and alcohol.

Amy was referred to Northwest Family Services and worked with a Case Manager. The NWFS Case

Manager encouraged Amy to do better in school, and in all other parts of my life. She taught Amy

different things about drugs and alcohol and how these things affect the teenage brain. The NWFS Case

Manager also encouraged Amy to go to a group called Family Empowerment with the rest of her family.

All of this worked, and Amy learned learn new coping skills. “I am now clean and sober for a little over a year, doing well in school, maintaining my grades and I have become involved in school sports.“

Congrats Amy!

Join us in supporting this missionit is vital.

With Appreciation,

supporting this mission — it is vital. With Appreciation, Rose Fuller · Executive Director Stewardship 2016

Rose Fuller · Executive Director

Stewardship

2016 Budget: $3,224,686

Revenue

Grants/Contracts: 86%

Sales/Fees: 9%

Contributions: 5%

Expense

Programs: 96%

Admin/Development: 4%

The Board Finance Committee works to oversee both fiscal

responsibility and sound investment strategies for NWFS.

Strict governance practices and annual audits, performed by an independent audit firm, ensure the highest integrity in the management of our balanced budget.

Board of Directors

President: Brant Hunsaker Vice President: Bill Hill

Secretary/Treasurer: Ryan

Lovett Victor Alvarizares Junho Chang Michael Fuller Maria Elena Lopez-Mabrey Mark Meek Joanna Pienovi Dr. Kim Privitera Bill Toffler, M.D. Brett Williams

Mary Young