Amethyst Place, Inc.
2735 Troost
Kansas City MO 64109
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 231-8782
Fax 816- 472-1935
Mission Statement
The Mission of Amethyst Place is to support women, recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, and their children by providing safe, drug-free housing and individualized services to promote healthy families. We help families overcome significant trauma and develop essential life skills. The Vision of Amethyst Place is that families will successfully transition to drug-free, independent housing and healthy community living.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Kimberley Davis MSW, LCSW
Board Chair Ms. Elizabeth Glynn
Board Chair Company Affiliation Travois
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2000
Volunteer Opportunities
Ways to donate, support, or volunteer
  • Child care during evening programming for moms
  • Donate a laptop for our college students
  • Mentor or tutor a mom or child
  • Hire a mom through our supported employment program
  • Organize an event to benefit Amethyst (golf tournament, 5K run, etc.)
  • Host a community party for moms and kids
  • Donate furniture and household items
  • Decorate an apartment
  • Help with our annual fundraising event
  • Follow us on Facebook and sign up for email updates
  • Sign up to make a one-time or recurring donation through PayPal
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement The Mission of Amethyst Place is to support women, recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, and their children by providing safe, drug-free housing and individualized services to promote healthy families. We help families overcome significant trauma and develop essential life skills. The Vision of Amethyst Place is that families will successfully transition to drug-free, independent housing and healthy community living.
Background Statement
Amethyst Place is an outgrowth of the Metropolitan Task Force on Drug Exposed Infants. The Task Force consists of 28 agencies including Children's Mercy Hospital, Truman Medical Center, Friendship House, Operation Breakthrough, The Children's Place, the MO and KCMO Departments of Health, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, the Metropolitan Child Abuse Network, UMKC's Institute for Human Development and other human service agencies advocating for the needs of drug affected families. This group's members are able to provide substantial community case management; and, in collaboration with SAVE, Inc. and the Missouri Department of Mental Health, secured the facility and the federal rental subsidy for individual families.
 
The target participant for Amethyst Place is a homeless mother or pregnant woman and her children who has participated in an alcohol and drug treatment program and has 30 days of confirmed sobriety. She must have a community case manager from one of the member agencies and agree to maintain close contact with this worker to develop a working treatment plan. Families are asked to make a commitment to a minimum of 1 year of residency with the maximum length of stay indefinite and related to a family's goals and progress. Upon acceptance into the program, a family is provided with a furnished apartment. Amethyst Place staff provides support and supervision of a drug-free environment, monitoring of treatment plan, education, and modeling of healthy community living. Families pay a portion of their household income in rent and can stay in the program as long as they are cooperating with the policies of the program. This is a highly collaborative effort with treatment providers, community case managers, Amethyst Place staff and private property owner and manager working together to provide comprehensive, coordinated, long-term services to families.
Impact Statement
60% of our children have been in someone’s care other than their own mother. 50% enter the program still in state custody. On-site therapy is vital for these shattered families, who are learning a whole new way of living together. 75% of children in therapy improved in their measures of depression and other emotional and behavioral issues.
 
Nearly half of our 2018 residents entered the program without a high school degree, most dropping out by the 10th grade. Six are preparing for the test and 18 now have their GED. 100% of women who have tested for the GED passed, thanks to our volunteer tutors. Half of our 2018 residents enrolled in college, assisted by our education fund that removed financial hurdles. Three women received their Associate Degree in 2018. We also work to place every child in high-quality early childhood programs and schools, giving them the healthy start they need.
 
31 families did not have internet access prior to moving to Amethyst Place and now all have free Google Fiber. 25 residents who entered without a computer now have refurbished laptops. Only 12 residents had bank accounts and now 33 are banked. 22 residents eliminated outstanding warrants/fines.
 
30 residents were employed through our supported employment program, 100 Jobs for 100 Moms, increasing their monthly earned income on average by $500.
 
Our continuing goals are to expand external and internal development efforts: increase the number of individual and corporate donors, and enhance the fringe benefits and continuing education training we offer our staff.
Needs Statement
  1. Ongoing financial support (sign up for one time or recurring donations on our web site)
  2. Donated vehicles for our women who work in areas not served by public transportation
  3. Dental care/funds
  4. Mentors for our moms
  5. Laptops for our women in college
Service Categories
Housing Support
Substance Abuse Treatment
Alliances & Advocacy
Areas of Service
MO - Jackson County Urban Core
MO - Jackson County
MO - Eastern Jackson Co
Geographic Area Served Narrative
Amethyst Place is located in Kansas City’s urban core at 2735 Troost, Jackson County, Downtown Neighborhood Strategy Area/Beacon Hill Development Area, census tract 162. We provide housing with services that help families who are facing complex challenges live with stability, autonomy, and dignity. We work closely with our property manager to support tenant stability and ensure that the housing remains a positive community asset.
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement
In 2018 Amethyst Place served 67 women and their 130 children in our supportive recovery housing program for homeless women with substance use disorders. 60% of residents in 2018 graduated successfully, defined by maintaining sobriety for at least one year, complying with program rules, improving in benchmarks of self-sufficiency, and transitioning successfully to independent housing. Because we provide support beyond traditional treatment programs, our success rates are well above the national average.
 
The families we serve have suffered traumas unimaginable to most of us. When a woman is raised with a lifetime of addiction, trauma, poverty, and abuse her chances of replicating that cycle with her own children are incredibly high. But at Amethyst Place we believe in the power of a mother to overcome her past and her mental illness, and to transform not just her life but the lives of her children. For almost 20 years we have built programs that capitalize on that inner strength. Many of the women we serve were introduced to drugs and prostitution by their own mothers—often while still in grade school. Now those same women are first generation college students, working every day, showing their children the value of hard work and school.
 
The current opioid crisis is overwhelming the child welfare and foster care systems. Nationwide, parental substance use is responsible for more than half of out-of-home placements for children. According to the National Council for Adoption, the average administrative cost to governments for foster care is $6,675 per child per year. In 2018 we successfully reunited 47 children with their mothers, a potential savings of $300,000 in public dollars.
 
Our challenge has always been and continues to be the great need for this kind of supportive housing; the national opioid crisis and urban gentrification make the challenge even more urgent. Your contribution of time and resources makes it possible for a low-income, at-risk single mother to reunite with her children, heal from past trauma, and create a legacy of economic security. We are proud to share with you their outcomes for 2018. Thank you for your continued support of these hard-working heroes.
Programs
Description

The Supportive Housing program provides wrap-around services so families can live with stability, autonomy, and dignity. Upon entry, mothers are asked to make a commitment to live at Amethyst Place for a minimum of one year. The actual length of stay is dependent on her progress toward mutually agreed upon goals to stabilize mental health, learn to maintain a sober lifestyle, improve parenting skills, improve employment skills, further her education, address physical health concerns, clear up old debt, and deal with past legal issues.

Menu of services included: fully furnished and decorated apartment, free washer and dryers access to basic necessities and diapers, weekly apartment inspections preserve community health and provide opportunity to coach women in basic housekeeping skills, emergency assistance, life skills training.
Program Budget $932,000.00
Category Housing, General/Other Transitional Housing
Population Served Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers, Children Only (5 - 14 years), At-Risk Populations
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success
Reunite, stabilize and heal: Improve family functioning and reduce the risk of child abuse. Increase child's sense of safety and security. Reduce trauma reactions and enhance coping skills of both mother and child. Improve parental awareness of children’s well-being.
 
Remove barriers and target interventions: Require program participation. Measure individual success using benchmarks’ continuum “in-crisis” to “thriving”. Create a culture of community and sisterhood.
 
Build capacity of mothers to achieve economic success: Improve educational status and employment outcomes. Expand social networks of mothers and children. Eliminate the digital divide faced by low-income families. Provide opportunities to build savings and improve credit. Alleviate poverty through job wages and income provided by incentives.
Long-Term Success

 

Formerly at-risk families no longer impose a financial burden on social support programs and criminal justice systems.

Mothers build permanent skills to achieve sobriety and independent living, sustainable home/life practices, financial security, and community engagement.

Mothers develop a sense of dignity and self-worth that they pass on to their children, breaking the cycle of generational poverty and addiction.


 

Program Success Monitored By

Amethyst Place measures social change outcomes for each resident self-sufficiency benchmarks which consists of a series of outcome scales documenting a family's condition on a continuum from in-crisis to thriving. Client data is accumulated in an Excel database to facilitate tracking and analysis and provide feedback for more intensive interventions as needed. We use this to document where each resident has strengths, and where to focus additional energy to generate improvement. Benchmarks measured at intake and again at move out are: Career Resiliency, Education, Housing, Household Management, Recovery, Goal Setting, Mental Health, Support System & Safety, and Parenting. We measure achievements and barriers to success for each resident, in order to identify appropriate interventions and ensure she is able to thrive after graduating our program.

Examples of Program Success When Becky came to Amethyst she had lost custody of her son and was pregnant with her second child. She was reunited with her son shortly after arriving, but he came with a host of emotional issues as a result of separation and addicted parenting. Just like 98% of our residents, she too had never addressed the mental health issues that directly caused her substance abuse. With few supports, she was convinced she was an unfit mother, and had decided to give her unborn child up for adoption. After intensive therapy with our full time on-site Family Support Therapist, combined with parenting classes and other life skills programming, she began to heal from past trauma and keep both of her children. She returned to school and got her GED, graduating salutatorian of her class. She is now a Bloch scholar and is studying to be a middle school math teacher with a full-ride scholarship to UMKC.
Description

Our mothers are underemployed due to the challenges of single parenting, limited education, unreliable transportation, and criminal histories. Over half of our residents enter our program without a high school diploma. Very few of our mothers have computers and even fewer have the skills necessary to use one, which shuts them out of full participation in today’s technological world.

We offer on-site tutors for residents working toward GED completion or in college. We provide free wireless internet access. Our supported employment program matches a mom with a business willing to provide on-the-job-mentoring and support her as she also furthers her education. Professional and personal mentors become part of her social leverage network, utilizing resources to help her succeed. They serve as a powerful source of information about career paths that lead to economic self-sufficiency, advice about personal, educational, and career decisions necessary to stay economically secure.

Program Budget $180,000.00
Category Human Services, General/Other Services for the Homeless
Population Served At-Risk Populations, Families, Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success
90% of women who enter the program without a high school diploma attend GED classes.
100% of residents set and achieve personal and family goals.
100% of residents meet with a financial coach.
Long-Term Success
  • 100% of participants in the program for one year or more improve at least one dimension in the Career Resiliency benchmark and successfully set and achieve family and personal goals.
  • 50% of participants in the program for one year or more improve at least one dimension in the Education benchmark.
  • 75% of residents demonstrate one or more benchmark improvement in at least three dimensions of the self-sufficiency index.
  • 85% of women maintain a relationship with their Encompass mentors for at least one year. Of those, 75% return for a second session.

Program Success Monitored By

Amethyst Place measures social change outcomes for each resident which consists of a series of outcome scales documenting a family's condition on a continuum from in-crisis to thriving. We use this to document where each resident has strengths, and where to focus additional energy to generate improvement. Benchmarks measured at intake, once a year and at move out are: education, career resiliency, housing, household management, goal setting, mental health, support system and safety, recovery, legal issues and parenting. This outcomes matrix system allows us to track individualized successes meeting women wherever they are along a continuum of need. So rather than reporting how many of our residents have achieved a certain standard, we can report on how many of our residents have improved their position within a certain benchmark.

Examples of Program Success

Prior to coming to Amethyst Place, Tina had faced 32 years in prison as a persistent drug felon. She was underemployed due to the challenges of single parenting, limited education, unreliable transportation, and criminal histories. She entered our program without a high school diploma. She had never owned a computer and did not have the skills necessary to use one, which shut her out of full participation in today's technological world. With on-site tutors, EnCompass mentors, free wireless internet access, and a refurbished computer, she is succeeding in ways she never has before, and for the first time in her life believes in her own potential—because we believed in her. She now has her GED, has been released from probation after 10 years, celebrated four years of sobriety, and has completed her first semester in college.

Description

Our on-site therapist is essential to family reunification and stabilization. Most children arrive with a host of emotional issues that are a result of homelessness, separation and addicted parenting, making the need for family therapy essential to improve family functioning and reduce the risk of child abuse.  Having access to therapeutic services on-site eliminates many barriers facing our families: high rates of staff turnover, long wait lists, lack of phone service, and limited access to transportation. While addressing substance abuse is important, nearly all residents have a dual diagnosis: substance abuse with severe mental illness. Often, mental health issues which directly caused their substance abuse were never addressed. Our therapist determines appropriate therapeutic interventions, while using a variety of evidence based therapies under the canopy of trauma-informed, client-centered, solution-focused, multicultural therapies. 

Program Budget $85,000.00
Category Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other
Population Served Families, Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers, At-Risk Populations
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success
  • 90% of participants demonstrate at least one benchmark improvement in our Parenting and Human Relations/Safety Benchmarks.
  • 75% of children who participate in Theraplay and play therapy show improvement in their CBCL scores.
  • 90% of families participating in therapy improve at least one benchmark in our Mental Health Benchmark.
Long-Term Success

The majority of adult clients seen by the Therapist demonstrate an improved ability to maintain their sobriety during times of stress, are actively engaged in a productive day time plan, are on the path (if not already graduated) of removal of Child Protective Services and Family Drug Court services, display improved mood stability and increased positive coping skills. These women are also reporting higher levels of parental satisfaction and a better understanding of the balance between warmth and structure. Of the 52 women served in 2016, 73% maintained their sobriety during their stay at Amethyst.

Program Success Monitored By

The Therapist conducts pre-, interim and post- assessments. Test scores are accumulated in an Excel database to facilitate tracking and analysis and provide feedback for more intensive interventions. Three separate intake sessions are mandatory for each mother that moves into Amethyst Place. During these sessions the therapist completes an intake on the parents which looks at mental health history, drug history, any legal issues, and family history. The therapist also completes a genogram which is a chance to learn about the family and any patterns that are apparent or play a role in the client’s life. During the intake process an ACE assessment is given to address childhood trauma as well as a WHODAS (World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule) assessment.

Examples of Program Success

When Becky came to Amethyst she had lost custody of her son and was pregnant with her second child. She was reunited with her son shortly after arriving, but he came with a host of emotional issues as a result of separation and addicted parenting. Just like 98% of our residents, she too had never addressed the mental health issues that directly caused her substance abuse. With few supports, she was convinced she was an unfit mother, and had decided to give her unborn child up for adoption. After intensive therapy with our full time onsite Family Support Therapist, combined with parenting classes and other life skills programming, Becky began to believe in her own potential and decided to keep both of her children. Today she is a model parent—you need only look at her family photographs to see the pride she takes in her son and daughter, and the joy she finds in being their mom.

CEO Comments
The success of Amethyst Place is roughly twice that of national averages for recovery and treatment programs. We have the time to address the underlying issues that led to use and abuse of substances. Amethyst Place realized early on that while addressing substance abuse is important, most residents come to Amethyst with a mental illness and in fact over 90% of current residents have a dual diagnosis: substance abuse with severe mental illness. Often, mental health issues which directly caused their substance abuse are not addressed in therapy. Additionally, children often arrive with a host of emotional issues that are a result of separation and addicted parenting, making the need for our onsite family therapy essential to improving family functioning and relationships. Our staff therapist provides services for the women and their children on-site. Our therapist does an initial intake on each family and then determines appropriate therapeutic interventions. 
 
Because most of these women grew up in the foster care system or lived in families where substance abuse was prevalent, and many were initiated into drugs and prostitution by their parents at a young age, they lack the basic life and parenting skills to ensure long-term sobriety. We work closely with Childrens Mercy Hospital in their PCIT (Parent Child Interactive Therapy) program to help the women who have difficulty with appropriate parenting skills due to lack of proper role models or interrupted parenting as a result of their substance use. 
 
The Missouri Department of Mental Health provides monthly funding to Amethyst Place to cover the cost of rent and utilities for each household. All residents contribute 30% of their adjusted gross income to cover program related expenses.
 
For their recovery efforts, residents who successfully complete our program receive all of their furnishings to use toward their fresh start and independent housing.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Ms. Kimberley Davis MSW, LCSW
Term Start July 2012
Experience Kimberley Davis, MSW, LCSW has worked in the urban core with low-income women and their children for twenty years as the Director of Social Services at Operation Breakthrough, St. Vincent’s Family Service Center. She was a member of the founding Board of Amethyst Place in 2000. In July of 2012 she came to Amethyst Place as Executive Director. Kimberley is dedicated to supporting high-risk, low income families and their children. She has an extensive background in social service delivery including housing supports, strengths based clinical case management, therapeutic intervention for adults with severe and persistent mental illness, crisis management and intervention. Her proven record of program development across a broad range of support services makes her adept at articulating the challenges of disenfranchised populations to inspire community action for change.
Senior Staff
Title Director of Development
Title Family Care Coordinator
Title Client Services Coordinator
Title Family Support Therapist
Title
Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 6
Paid Part-Time Staff 9
Paid Contractors 2
Volunteers 500
Retention Rate 67%
Staff Diversity (Ethnicity)
African American/Black 5
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 7
Hispanic/Latino 2
Native American/American Indian 1
Staff Diversity (Gender)
Female 15
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Collaborations

Amethyst Place operates as a highly collaborative endeavor, an important reason the program has grown from 7 families to now 38. Partner agencies provide community based support services to residents at no cost to Amethyst Place.

The Missouri Department of Mental Health and Kansas City Housing Authority provide monthly funding to Amethyst Place to cover the cost of rent and utilities for each household. Residents contribute 30% of their income to cover program related expenses.

We are a practicum site for students from the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare which allows us to provide services to our families at no additional cost to the agency.

Other partners include:
  • COMBAT
  • Literacy KC
  • Kansas City Public Library
  • Children’s Mercy Hospital
  • Community LINC
  • Comprehensive Mental Health Services
  • Connecting for Good
  • First Call
  • Giving the Basics
  • Google Fiber
  • Harvesters
  • Happy Bottoms
  • Heartland Center for Behavioral Change
  • Jackson County Family Drug Court
  • Jackson County Prosecutor Office
  • Kansas City Community Gardens
  • Kansas City Public Library
  • KC Degrees
  • Missouri Family Support Division
  • Operation Breakthrough
  • Rediscover
  • Samuel Rodgers
  • Sisters of Mercy
  • Swope Health Centers
  • Truman Behavioral Health
  • Vocational Rehab
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
Alliance for Children and Families - Member2019
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? No
Board Chair
Board Chair Ms. Elizabeth Glynn
Company Affiliation Travois
Term May 2018 to May 2020
Email elizabeth@travois.com
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Ms. Brooke BarrierChildren International
Ms. Shawna DrakeHeartland Center for Behavioral Change
Mr. Jeff GanadenUS Bank
Ms. Janie GaunceGrapevine Designs
Ms Lori GlenskiReDiscover
Ms Elizabeth GlynnTravois
Ms. Jaimie GrayWeave Gotcha Covered, AP Alumni
Mr. Anthony JohnsonCLARCOR Industrial Air (Parker Hannifin)
Ms Brooke RunnionLockton Companies
Mr. Jorge SantizoLouis Dreyfus Company
Ms. Liz TobinOgletree Deak
Mr. Preston WashingtonCommunity Volunteer
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Asian American/Pacific Islander 1
Caucasian 8
Hispanic/Latino 1
Native American/American Indian 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 4
Female 8
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 2
Board Term Limits 3
Board Meeting Attendance % 70%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 12
Standing Committees
Board Development / Board Orientation
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Executive
Finance
Advisory Board Members
NameAffiliation
Sr. Corita BussanmasSt. Vincent's Operation Breakthrough
Ms. Brenda Calvin
Sr. Jeanne Christensen RSMSt. Joseph Peace & Justice Office
Mr. Alan DuBois
Ms. Alice EllisonBlue Cross and Blue Shield
Ms. Alice Kitchen
Mr. Steve O'NeillCurry Family Foundation
Mr. David Ross
Sr. Berta SailerOperation Breakthrough
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2019
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2019
Projected Revenue $1,503,543
Projected Expenses $1,475,325
Endowment Value $1,000
Spending Policy Income plus capital appreciation
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2018, 2017, 2016: Financial data reported using IRS Form 990.  
  • Foundation/corporate revenue line items may include contributions from individuals.
Detailed Financials
 
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201820172016
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$689,377$405,354$371,233
Government Contributions$504,121$470,104$478,886
Federal------
State------
Local------
Unspecified$504,121$470,104$478,886
Individual Contributions------
$27,131$30,468$15,589
$32,810$26,958$23,829
Investment Income, Net of Losses$64$94$29
Membership Dues--$0$0
Special Events$109,350$78,224$62,194
Revenue In-Kind$80,330$36,145$45,900
Other--$0$0
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201820172016
Program Expense$918,431$809,663$797,111
Administration Expense$91,399$75,300$75,193
Fundraising Expense$120,881$84,158$87,900
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.211.081.04
Program Expense/Total Expenses81%84%83%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue------
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201820172016
Total Assets$1,264,033$994,109$850,963
Current Assets$828,310$570,643$556,556
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$78,642$58,860$66,740
Total Net Assets$1,185,391$935,249$784,223
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201820172016
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities10.539.698.34
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201820172016
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201820172016
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Missouri Department of Mental Health $345,549Missouri Department of Mental Health $351,378
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Health Forward Foundation $109,375Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City  $88,042
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --COMBAT $75,000Hall Family Foundation $75,000
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Other Documents
Annual Report2018View
Annual Report2017View
Annual Report2016View
Annual Report2015View
Annual Report2014View
Organization Name Amethyst Place, Inc.
Address 2735 Troost
Kansas City , MO 64109
Primary Phone (816) 231-8782
Contact Email kim@amethystplace.org
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Kimberley Davis MSW, LCSW
Board Chair Ms. Elizabeth Glynn
Board Chair Company Affiliation Travois
Year of Incorporation 2000