2021 Annual Review

2021 HIGHLIGHTS

2021 BANQUET 

The 2021 banquet was a huge success!  This year, we were able to raise over $175,000 of which $150,000 was matched and we raised nearly $25,000 from our auction alone.

CORPORATE WELLNESS 

This year, we expanded services for Corporate Wellness from 5 sites up to 8.  Newly added this year was a partnership with Boys and Girls Club of Holland where we have Sara Dekker reaching out to spend time and meet kids and teens where they are.  In October we added Nuvar Inc. and Barber Ford. 

  • Ridgeview Industries
  • Request Foods
  • Vanderhyde Ford
  • Utz Foods
  • Zinger

NEW SITES

  • Nuvar
  • Barber Ford
  • Boys and Girls Club

2021 STATISTICS

TOTAL CLINICAL HOURS
2020
12,211
2021
14,562
+/–
+19%
NEW CLIENT CALLS
2020
1,821
2021
2,713
+/–
+49%
REDUCED FEES EXPENDED
2020
$34,529.44
2021
$34,944.26
+/–
+1%
CHARITABLE EXPENDED (PRO-BONO)
2020
$11,444.98
2021
$19,745.00
+/–
+73%
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
2020
35
2021
40
+/–
+13%
SCHOLARSHIP USAGE
2020
$27,050.00
2021
$44,212.10
+/–
+63%
CORPORATE WELLNESS HOURS
2020
1,783.50
2021
3,299.25
+/–
+85%

2021 NEW PERSONNEL

NEW STAFF

• Steve Norman
    Communication and
    Operations Director

• Katherine VanSweden
    Peter’s Assistant/HR

New counselors/ contractors

• Dave McGovern
• Sara Tysman
• Sarah Young
• Sara Dekker
• Melodie Perkins

Interns

• Amanda Moore
• Brianna Roux
• Andrew Hempel
• Ashley Rimes
• Scott Vandyke
• Brittany Dykstra

WELLNESS STATISTICS

2021 CLIENT AGES

27%

26%

23%

15%

9%

Middle Adults 35-54
Early Adults 20-34
Teens 13-19
Child 0-12
Over 55

2021 CLIENT ISSUES

35%

35%

21%

4%

3%

1%

1%

Relationship Issues
Mood Disorder
Grief/Loss/Adjustments
PTSD
Attention Disorders
Eating Disorder
Addictions

WHAT’S NEXT IN 2022

WAH Network

As we see the need for Jesus increasing, we want to be ready and obedient to God’s call to think bigger than ourselves. Many individuals, organizations and churches have reached out to WAH, wanting help to develop a Winning at Home model in their community. In response, the WAH Network will help support those who want to impact marriage and families in their communities with a Christ-centered approach.

Facilities

We’ve been blessed to be able to expand our suite into a medical suite adjacent to the coaching wing. This 4,300 sq. ft. expansion will allow us to add counseling and coaching offices, meeting areas and child therapy spaces to more accommodate the increased need.

Staffing updates

  • Hired Outreach Director – Elise Zuber
  • Interviewing 2 counselors and 1 coach currently
  • Will add approximately 5 more counselors this year
  • Planning to add
    2-3 admin staff

“The harvest is great, but the workers are few.  So pray to the Lord who is in charge of the harvest; ask him to send more workers into his fields.”  -Luke 10:2