In 2012 the Seasons Center served over 4,400 people, which is an all time high. Executive Director Kim Scorza tells KICD News they offer up numerous services.
Scorza says in their strategic planning it was found that they are serving more and more children. In an effort to provide specialty services on that front the goal is to open up a regional children's center sometime in the next 2-3 years.
With the center finishing 2012 debt free, the board recently authorized the purchase of the the former Twetten's Interior Design building in Spencer with a long term goal of turning that into a regional children's center which will be fueled by a $2.5 million operations grant.
Looking forward to 2013 Scorza foresees forming partnerships with clinics, hospitals, and schools with a proactive approach as opposed to being reactive.
The Seasons Center for Behavioral Health will operate with a $4.4 million budget in 2013 and currently employs 63 individuals. $182,000 in charity care was given during 2012.