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Annual Report FY 20-21

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We are pleased to bring you this very special annual report All of the artwork was created by individuals while in treatment Program to ever exist in the Upper Peninsula THE SACRED HEART WAY means we go above and beyond to help people This also means doing the right thing for people even if it is difficult and takes more resources We treat people how we would want to be treated and we have to feel comfortable with every decision that we make Our women s specialty programs provide treatment and recovery services to moms and their children An important goal is to provide a safe and loving environment for the kids We want to see families remain united we want to bring broken families back together and most importantly we want to keep children safe and loved Kids should be able to be kids In 1967 Sacred Heart started off in the City of Detroit in a donated building Many things have changed over the last 55 years but our commitment to our mission remains the same to help individuals with limited means We now provide treatment and recovery support services to over 9 000 individuals families and children each year at 12 locations throughout Michigan We are the largest provider of addiction treatment services for publicly funded adults in the state And we operate the only Certified Opioid Treatment Recently a mother reached out to our Intake Team for treatment She was desperate for help She was honest and she told us she was asked to leave another program due to her 8 month old daughter crying too much There was no hesitation on our end to quickly get this mom and her daughter in into our women s specialty program The mom was grateful to be able to bring her daughter with her while she received services Our team reassured the mom that it would be ok We wanted her to focus on her recovery While she was in our program we helped get her the resources that she and her sweet little girl needed It was challenging but our team never gave up on either of them The opioid epidemic is killing 100 000 Americans each year Addiction is everywhere and it impacts all communities While Sacred Heart cannot be there for everyone we try our best to provide the services and tools that people can utilize for their recovery Fortunately we see many people find recovery and live better lives and we will continue to welcome them and their children Our partnerships and the generosity of donations is what it makes it possible for us to do things the Sacred Heart Way We do all of this to give people a chance at a better life Sacred Heart President CEO

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Privately Insured Self Pay Revenues Government Contract Privately Insured Self Pay Contributions Grants Paycheck Protection Program Total Revenues 16 621 000 2 838 000 77 000 2 000 000 21 536 000 Expenses Salaries Wages Fringe Benefits Management General Program Services Bad Debt Interest Depreciation Total Expenses 12 432 000 2 338 000 1 284 000 4 322 000 225 000 105 000 603 000 21 309 000 13 21 536 000 Annual Revenue FY 20 21 10 Other 77 Government Contracts

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COMMITMENT Sacred Heart offers an extensive network of specialized services ranging from withdrawal management detoxification to peer support residential to outpatient including medication assisted and drug free therapies and HIV AIDS care management services housing and other recovery support services Services are provided at 12 locations throughout Michigan 45 Detoxification Beds 217 Residential Varies on of children 9 3 Residential Facilities Outpatient Locations 50 Supportive Housing Capacity

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Milestones In 2020 Sacred Heart received certification at our recovery homes from the Michigan Association of Recovery Residences We implemented an Opioid Health Home at our St Clair Shores location Our physical outpatient location in Watervliet was closed due to space issues Outpatient services for consumers in Southwest Michigan are now offered at our Serenity Hills location Sacred Heart purchased a building in St Ignace to begin renovations for a medication assisted outpatient location The remainder of the year was spent trying to safely manage the Coronavirus Global Pandemic which included an overhaul of our programs to assure the healthy and safety of consumers and staff Much focus was spent on shifting In person services to teletherapy In 2021 additional technology was implemented to enhance virtual services provided at all locations Sacred Heart implemented a new electronic health record EHR One of our goals was to have an efficient comprehensive record with a user friendly patient portal The need for consumers to access information is even more critical with a large number of services provided virtually We closed one recovery home in Macomb County due to lack of demand relocated our Oakland County recovery home and converted our recovery home in Berrien County to a home for women

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Sacred Heart started Opioid Health Home services at our Flint and Richmond locations certified Opioid Treatment Program to ever exist in the Upper Peninsula Sacred Heart s St Ignace location received extensive renovations This location also went through the required federal and state regulatory inspections for certification as an Opioid Treatment Program This new location is the only facility in the Upper Peninsula to offer methadone as part of a comprehensive medication assisted treatment program Buprenorphine and Naltrexone will also be utilized along with an emphasis on health and wellness The focus will be on providing individualized person centered care Therapy services will be provided both onsite and through teletherapy Our St Ignace location is a comprehensive outpatient program focusing on medication assisted treatment Sacred Heart is the first and only

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Admission by Service 1 HOUSING 15 OP 12 MAT 39 RES 31 DTX 2 HIV AIDS Average Length of Stay 12 Admissions by County 0 1 99 100 500 501 999 1000 days Residential 4 days Detoxi cation

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OVER 9 000 Admissions OVER 5 800 Individuals received treatment 222 Pregnant women admissions 139 Children entered treatment with their mothers Race Primary Diagnosis 7 6 Other 6 37 44 Cocaine Amphetamine Alcohol 145 Individuals Received HIV AIDS Care Support Services 120 Individuals in the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS HOPWA Program 78 Individuals were tested for HIV 76 White 10 Black or African American 1 American Indian or Alaska Native 1 Native Hawaiian or Other Paci c Islander 1 Asian 13 Unknown Opioid Gender 60 40 Age 43 34 20

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OVER OVER 13 Scholarships awarded to individuals HIV AIDS Care recipients Backpacks Services awarded 34 49 Financial Aid 100 400 66 HIV testing and counseling sessions provided to individuals with school supplies provided to children Personal Care Pantry HIV AIDS Care recipients

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YOU IMPACT OUR MISSION As stated in our Mission Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center is dedicated to assisting all people with behavioral health issues including those with limited means to improve their quality of life Our Friends of Sacred Heart fosh Scholarship fund serves an important role in making it possible to preserve the Sacred Heart Way and our Mission Our charitable commitment ratio is nearly 87 The recommend benchmark is between 65 and 66 7 This figures out how much of a charity s total expense went directly to the charitable purpose as opposed to management certain overhead expenses and fundraising BBB Wise Giving Alliance Charity Navigator GIVE TODAY

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GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY In FY 2020 2021 Sacred Heart staff from various locations donated to The Salvation Army providing toys and gifts for local children Hearth Home in the Great Lakes Bay area providing non perishable food items adopted a family and provided them with gifts and grocery cards partnered with the 30 Nearly of Sacred Heart staff donate a portion of their pay back into the Sacred Heart client treatment scholarship fund Memphis Lions to collect and donate personal care items to local families Some Sacred Heart staff also donated part of their pay checks back to Sacred Heart s charitable care fund to help those who live in our communities that need financial assistance with co pays and large deductibles

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2020 2021 SACRED HEART BOARD OF DIRECTORS Bill Chalmers Board Chair Donice Hannegan Vice Chair Richard Rowan Treasurer Polly Fisher Secretary Stephen Selander Past Board Chair Leslie Fleming Board Member Renay Gagleard Board Member Donna Greenbury Board Member Glenn McIntosh Board Member Eric Rowan Board Member Eugene Schoener Board Member Mary Ann Schott Board Member Patrick Shannon Board Member Matthew Statman Board Member Anthony Wickersham Board Member

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