FHR is an Elwyn affiliated organization.

FHR's 2018 Annual Report


A look at how FHR is fostering hope and recovery in our communities. 

Click here to read the 2018 Annual Report.

Dear Friend,

Every year, we are so proud of the important work that FHR is able to accomplish. 2018, however, stands out as a milestone in our organization’s history. During this year, FHR reached a pivotal turning point, entering into an affiliation with Elwyn, a strategic partner. This partnership is crucial because it positions FHR for financial stability to grow our programs, expand our services, and further our mission to assist individuals in improving their quality of life.

While reading the following pages in this report, you’ll learn more about Elwyn, and how our missions and values align. You’ll read about individuals who, with the support of FHR’s dedicated staff, have made significant strides on their journeys of recovery. You’ll also learn how we once again proudly received a three-year CARF accreditation based on an extensive survey of our programs.

We achieved a lot in 2018, and we still need your help. FHR receives public funding to provide a variety of residential, educational, clinical, and therapeutic services to individuals and families affected by mental illness and addiction disorders. While public support affords the individuals we serve with the essentials, public funds are insufficient in covering the cost of the range of services we provide to improve an individual’s quality of life. Enhancing our programs and expanding our services depends largely on private contributions.

Your support for FHR means a future in which we can continue to invest in critical programs in our communities and the people who make these programs possible. We know we can make a difference in the lives of thousands in recovery – if we work together. Are you with us?


Debra M. Paul
FHR Chief Executive Officer

Alan Wichlei
FHR Board Chair