2017-2018 Annual Report

While we move forward into Mental Health Awareness Month, it is just as important to look at our history. Take a moment to explore the impact of Family Service of Roanoke Valley during the last year.

Disclaimer: the following relates to Family Service’s most recent fiscal year from July 1st, 2017 to June 30th, 2018.

In 2017 – 2018, 33% of people seen at Family Service required sliding scale fee or grant funding to be able to access care. Thanks to the ongoing support of individuals, grantors, corporations and other organizations, people continue to be able to access the affordable, appropriate care they need.

Take a look at highlights from a few of our programs in the last year.

In addition, Family Service had some high accomplishments and results to show due to hard work, a dedicated staff, and an involved community.

Your generosity gives families in the Roanoke Valley a chance to live happier, healthier lives. Whether through financial contributions, volunteering, referring someone to services, or sharing our message with friends and family, you are making a difference.

To see the full audited financials and our 990 visit fsrv.org/financials

In 2016-17, Family Service initiated the Engage 2020 Strategic Planning process, revising the Mission, Vision and Values and setting three goals for the coming years.

With the first year of Engage 2020, we looked at ways to strengthen our people and culture, reinforce the impact of our programs, and ensure the vitality of our organization.

Follow Family Service as we continue to update our strategic plan and find new ways to better serve our community.

As you well know, strong and healthy families and individuals are the building blocks for a strong and healthy community. We are all interested in a Roanoke Valley with a robust workforce, quality employers, excellent outdoor recreation, quality arts and culture, outstanding education and safe neighborhoods.

That is why Family Service believes in hope and envisions a community invested in health and well-being, recognizing inherent strengths and respecting the honor and dignity of all. If we can help each person, each family in need of mental health counseling, case management and life skills to identify their own strengths and create solutions to their challenges–we can all achieve the Roanoke Valley we envision.

To see the full annual report, a complete list of donors, audited financials, and our 990, visit fsrv.org/financials.