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Fairbanks Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment Center
8102 Clearvista Parkway
Indianapolis, IN 46256
Phone: (317) 849-8222
Fax: (317) 849-1455
Web site: www.fairbankscd.org

Founded: 1945
Paid employees: 275
Highest-paid staff member: Dr. Timothy J. Kelly, medical director, $170,000
Top volunteers: David Stanley, three years in the access center, gym and gift shop. Robert Allen, 4-1/2 years, gives patients rides

MISSION
Fairbanks is focused on recovery from alcohol and other drug problems, serving as a resource to improve the well-being of individuals, families and communities by offering hope and support through its programs and services.

MANAGEMENT
Helene Cross, president and CEO
Dr. Timothy Kelly, medical director
Cindy Leigh, vice president and COO
Barbara Elliott,  chief financial officer
Leesa Smith, director of marketing
Sharon Baker, director of support services
Rachelle Gardner, director of adolescent services
Robin Parsons, director of adult services
Charlotte Pontius, director of program development and outreach

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
William T. McKay II, chairman
Helene Cross, president
Malcolm C. Pownall, vice chairman
Marni McKinney, secretary
Phyllis  Land Usher, treasurer
Richard Collins
Thomas W. Craig
Luke Kenley
Peggy Magee
Thomas Major Jr.
Leah Mannweiler
Dorothy J. May
Kenneth R. Simon
Christopher Stack
James G. Terry Jr.

PROGRAMS
Inpatient: detoxification, rehab, residential
Outpatient: partial hospitalization/day programming, intensive outpatient, adolescent education groups
Recovery Management: supportive living; Hope Academy, the recovery high school at Fairbanks; tobacco cessation; recovery coaching; behavioral couples therapy; family support meetings; yoga

FUND-RAISER
The Fairbanks Circle of Hope dinner celebrates the faces and voices of recovery by bringing the community together to help  eliminate the stigma of addiction. This year's event will be May 4, 2009, and will feature entertainer Ben Vereen.
                 
FINANCIAL PROFILE
2008 income: $16.2 million
2008 expenses: $16 million
2008 assets: $17.8 million
2009 projected income: $18 million
2009 projected expenses: $17.6 million
Fiscal year begins: July 1
                                   
                 

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