Annual Report - 2012
Annual Revenue & Expenses
|Support and Revenue|
|Net assets released from restrictions||143,557|
|General & Administrative||141,971|
|Net Assets At End Of Year||$ 353,753|
Board of Directors
|Keith T. Belt, Jr. President||Jim Alosi|
|Kim F. Hooks, Vice President||Linda F. Coleman|
|Jack Sellers, Secretary||Drew Davis|
|Joe Ackerson, Treasurer||Deane Giles|
|Al Ellison, Jr., Past President||Anne S. Horne|
|Thomas A. Novack|
|Charles D. Priest, Executive Director|
|Wendy Hicks, Program Director|
|Sandy Koplon, Special Projects Coordinator|
|Donna Huckestein, Bookkeeper|
|Janet Massey, Executive Assistant/Clinic Coordinator|
|Janice Waters, Secretary/Respite Coordinator|
|Shirley Estill, Registry Assistant|
|Terrie Causey, Dothan Resurce Coordinator|
|Debi Dean, Shoals Resource Coordinator|
|Holli Driver, Auburn/Anniston/Montgomery Resource Coordinator|
|Pat Motley, Birmingham Resource Coordinator|
|Sandy Kiplinger, Huntsville Resource Coordinator|
|Phyllis Lewis, Selma/Tuscaloosa Resource Coordinator|
|Teresa Roberts, Mobile/Southwest AL Resourece Coordinator|
|Tina Adamson, Walker/Shoals/Cullman Recreation Coordinator|
|Terri Andrews, Calhoun/Huntsville/Gadsden Recreation Coordinator|
|Anthony Daniels, Baldwin/Mobile Recreation Coordinator|
|Aisha Dunn, Montgomery Recreation Coordinator|
|Amber Tilson, Birmingham Recreation Coordinator|
|Tiffany Wilkins, Tuscaloosa Recreation Coordinator|
Programs and Services
During fiscal year 2012, AHIF continued to address the needs of its constituency through a variety of programs and services.
Resource Coordination: was provided to 845 people throughout the state, 176 newly injured.
Financial Aid: A total of $899,278 was secured for clientele in donated goods and services.
Housing: Three accessible, affordable apartments in Florence, Hoover and Mobile served 57 residents.
Information and Referral: During the year, 504 people requested information on a variety of topics. 104 presentations were delivered by staff to 3,175 people.
Respite Care: Through contracts with Home Health Agencies across the state, 62 caregivers were able to enjoy breaks from the constant duty of round-the-clock care valued at $69,198.
Recreation: During the past year, the Small Places recreation programs served 85 people in Birmingham, Anniston, Jasper, Huntsville, Cullman, Tuscaloosa, Florence, Gadsden, Montgomery, and Baldwin County.
Recreation Support Groups: held 145 meetings across the state with 2,712 in attendance.
Volunteers: 124 volunteers provided many hours of service to AHIF.
Camp: Held on Lake Martin in August serving 27 campers.
Safety/Prevention: AHIF’s “Car Seats for Kids” Program provided 2,859 free
Grant Activity: AHIF and its partners, the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services, continued work toward increasing access to neurobehavioral treatment funded by the U.S. Maternal & Child Health Bureau, as well as providing training on brain injury and helping to promote Sports Concussion preventing and awareness.
Neurobehavior Clinic: 26 clients and their families received help from AHIF’s Clinic and its collaborative partners: UAB, United Cerebral Palsy and the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services.
Staff Development: Staff members of AHIF continued to maintain national certification as Brain Injury Specialists by the American Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists – AACBIS.
Funding: These services were funded in whole or in part by the Alabama Impaired Drivers Trust Fund, United Ways of Central and West Alabama, the Alabama Child Passenger Restraint Act, and generous donors like you!