Radical Healing Inc
2831 RINGLING BLVD STE F-123
SARASOTA FL 34237-5354
Mission

 "Healing Families, Training Professionals"

The Mission of RADical Healing is to provide foster and adoptive families with Attachment Focused Family Therapy that develops healthy attachment of the child to the parents, and enables parents to be more effectively connected to their child; and, to create a network of Attachment-informed professionals by offering ongoing education and training.
 

Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Dr. Bruce Edward Sogolow Ed.D., LMHC
Board Chair Mr. Ronald Riffel
Board Chair Affiliation Retired Social Worker
General Info
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 2016
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes July 2017
State Registration Yes May 2017
IRS Letter of Determination
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Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $62,000.00
Projected Expenses $58,000.00
Impact Statement

From January, 2016, to the present, RADical Healing, Inc. (RHI) has:


1) Increased the number of families receiving counseling by 400%: from 10 to 40 families. 10 families paid in full for their therapy. RHI donations supported 15 families who paid partial fees, and 15 families’ fees were fully covered by RHI.

 
2) Increased the number of trained Attachment focused therapists providing services from 1 to 4, a 400% increase. The need to increase the corps of area trained therapists is necessary and ongoing to meet the needs of new families requesting services.
 
3) Provided workshops: for 40 educators, and for an adolescent residential treatment center. RHI therapists also presented about RAD (Reactive Attachment Disorder) to four schools (a pre-school, elementary, middle school, and high school)—working with 20 counselors who are serving RAD children. These services were provided with no fee. 
RHI presented one workshop that brought in revenue for a post-adoption agency
 
4) Provided weekly support and parenting education for 14 families through weekly RAD Parent Group meetings, at no charge to the families. 
 

RHI goals for 2017 are:

 
1) To train a minimum of 10 area therapists in Attachment focused therapy, to support the growing needs of the RAD family community. 
 
2) To improve our outreach to serve more families in need of services through our website, newsletter, brochures, events, and other marketing tools.
 
3) To create a robust and diverse fund raising program to support RADical Healing services. 
 
4) To become a registered CEU provider, or collaborate with workshops that offer CEUs, to meet the educational needs of professionals in the state of Florida. 
 
5) To continue to develop educational and training materials to support and enhance our services, with input and help from our developing advisory board. 
Needs Statement

  1. Family Counseling: $10,000/month ($120,000/yr.) - Last year, from June to October, counseling sessions underwritten by RHI grew from 16-46 sessions. The current monthly cost is about $6,000, and continues to rise;
  2. Educational Seminars/Workshops: $2,000/month (1-2 /month; $24,000/yr.) - RAD parenting is very challenging, and requires training for community professionals beyond the family unit; 
  3. Resource Library—Educational Books, Videos, Articles, etc.: $10,000/yr. - Resource materials support the work done in therapy and in workshops;
  4. Curriculum Development--Curriculum Packets, Video Production: $10,000/yr. - Provides ongoing support for all of RHI’s educational and training services;
  5. Promotional Materials for Fundraising: $15,000/yr. - The RHI Website, our newsletter, videos, brochures, and key fundraising events will be essential to help raise awareness of the RHI mission and needs for support.

Background Statement

Past Activities

Dr. Bruce Sogolow is a licensed mental health counselor in Florida, whose specialty in practice is Attachment related mental health issues. Nearly ten years ago, Dr. Sogolow’s practice began attracting a high percentage of foster/adoptive families with attachment-related problems, specifically children diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder, or RAD. RAD is a relatively recent diagnosis in the field dealing with issues stemming from a child’s developmental trauma and disrupted attachment from her/his biological parents.


Dr. Sogolow discovered that children with RAD and their families in Southwest Florida were hugely under-served. The lack of locally available Attachment-focused therapists for this population prompted Dr. Sogolow to seek further training with Dr. Daniel Hughes, one of few specialists in the treatment of RAD and Developmental Trauma Disorder (DTD) using Attachment-Focused Family Therapy. Because of the RAD child’s disrupted attachment and trauma history, emotional self-regulation and other problems that emerge are deep-rooted and quite resistant to treatment. Parents come in with their child for therapeutic training, which focuses on fostering deeper attachment between the child and parent, and observable positive changes occur in the family unit over the course of sustained, therapy. 


RADical Healing, Inc., grew in response to the need for treating these highly at-risk and under-served families—as well as to educate and train a corps of professionals at all levels to meet this exponentially growing need.  To date, this includes three therapists currently working/training with Dr. Sogolow, offering in-service trainings at residential treatment centers for children, and working with educators at all levels. 


Present Goals

RADical Healing is working to serve the needs of RAD children and their families by: 


  • Making grants available to families who cannot otherwise afford therapeutic counseling or training;
  • Providing parental training, guidance, and community;
  • Training therapists in Attachment focused therapy;
  • Training educators (including teachers, counselors, administrators);
  • Training foster and adoption agency staff;
  • Training law enforcement and juvenile justice professionals;
  • Supplying educational training and resources for families and the community;
  • Developing and maintaining an educational website.
Areas Served
Areas Served
Area
FL- Sarasota
FL- Manatee
FL- Charlotte
FL- Lee
Areas Served Comments

Sarasota County:  All cities: North Port, Venice, Sarasota, Lakewood Ranch, Siesta Key, Longboat Key.

Manatee County:  Bradenton, Parrish.

Charlotte County: Port Charlotte.
 
Lee County: Fort Myers. 
 
Service Categories
Primary Org Type Human Services
Secondary Org Type Education
Tertiary Org Type Mental Health & Crisis Intervention
Statement from the Board Chair/Board President

My first awareness of children with attachment disorders occurred in 1998 with a friend who had recently adopted a child. My friend was a fellow psychotherapist, and an exemplary mother of three biological children.  She and her husband wanted to offer another child a loving family, and chose a 5-year-old girl who had signs of fetal alcohol syndrome at birth.  Very quickly, this family was under major stress that threatened their personal and financial resources in their efforts to accommodate their new family member.  My friend’s stories were heartbreaking, as she told me of the child hoarding food, stealing, throwing tantrums—and this was only the beginning.  Their love and discipline impacted the child very little.  They could find no guidance from professional experts in Denver, and received much contradictory advice trying to understand Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)—this inability of the child’s “failure to attach” to the parent along with “acting out behavior” that presented multiple crises on a daily basis.

 

Since that time, I’ve had a deep empathy and appreciation of the extreme parenting challenges of those adopting children with RAD, and the accompanying stress on their families.  An opportunity to serve this population, by serving on an new nonprofit board, came to me in the guise of my friend and clinician Dr. Bruce Sogolow.

 

In 2009, Dr. Bruce Sogolow shared with me his passion and interest in patients with Reactive Attachment Disorder.  Over time, his devoted commitment and expertise grew in treating these patients and their families, and eventually lead to a much larger vision than a solo clinical practice.  He began to pull together other clinicians focused on treating these families. Some, like my friend in Denver, were clinicians and parents of children with RAD who exhibited extreme challenges of failure to attach to their parents.  Dr. Sogolow’s wife, Dr. Katherine Sogolow, joined the cause, offering critical organizational and administrative skills necessary for a successful organization. Radical Healing Inc. was incorporated in 2015, and became a nonprofit in 2016.

 

RADical Healing, Inc. provides comprehensive, specialized services to RAD families, but also extends to creating wider therapeutic support for families throughout the community: comprehensive clinical services and professional training reflect some of our current goals to increase knowledge of RAD, as well as how to treat it.

 

I am very impressed with the talent and dedication of Drs. Katherine and Bruce Sogolow and the board they are recruiting.  Radical Healing Inc. is being run at a competency level that is unusual for a new nonprofit.  I have served on a half dozen boards, twice before as Chair.  This board excites me in its combination of passion and competency.  They have a razor sharp focus with tight agendas, with goals set and measured.  Radical Healing Inc. will not just impact Sarasota County, but will become a model for other communities supporting the needs of adoptive families.  Our community’s need and readiness for comprehensive services for these families is evidenced by the quick and welcome response of many professional/educational groups and families.

 

Ronald Riffel

Board Chair

RADical Healing, Inc.


Statement from the CEO/Executive Director
Upon completing my doctoral dissertation on Attachment Theory, my practice as a private psychotherapist in Sarasota began to shift. Increasingly, parents who had adopted severely neglected and abused children reached out to me. They told a story that became all too familiar. The effects of early childhood trauma at the hands of birth parents had rendered their adopted children incapable of giving or receiving love.

 

I spent nearly every spare moment researching about children with Reactive Attachment Disorder, or RAD, to more effectively intervene in their lives. I sought out experts and travelled to Maine, Pennsylvania, and Missouri to be trained by world renowned leaders in this emerging field. As I developed more competence I understood that since these children had been wounded in the context of a family, their healing needed to take place in the context of their adoptive families. Before long the needs outgrew my individual practice. I became certified as a supervisor of therapists in Florida and began to train other therapists with the goal of creating a treatment center for families with children with RAD. In June, 2016 we became a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) and were eligible to receive our first tax deductible donations.

 

Currently, we are the only fully dedicated nonprofit in Southwest Florida serving this population. We treat each family, regardless of their ability to pay. Our therapeutic focus is on the relationship between parents and their children with RAD, shifting the traditional focus from the child to the family. This family approach requires significant training of parents in a new approach to parenting, as well as significant modeling of therapeutic interventions by the therapist with the child and parent.

 

Finally, we have a long-term vision for a center where parents can receive respite and training; where children can receive therapy, respite, tutoring in education and the arts, and learn life skills such as cooking and financial management; and where professional service providers can attend seminars and increase their knowledge of RAD.

 

We are currently establishing an advisory board of content experts to provide volunteer services throughout the community.

 

Dr. Bruce Sogolow, Ed.D., LMHC

Executive Director

RADical Healing, Inc.


Programs
Description

Every Tuesday, RADical Healing offers for RAD (Reactive Attachment Disorder) parents a Group meeting that provides time for them to share their experiences in a therapeutic setting with therapists present to guide discussion. Therapists also bring an educational parenting focus to each meeting to further enable the goal for parents to connect more effectively, and therapeutically, with their children. This shared, guided experience helps parents become more aware of their needs and feelings surrounding their progress with their RAD children. They benefit from learning about the experiences of others, and are encouraged to continually work on their own personal growth.

This Group has been running continuously since it began in October, 2014. There is no charge for this Group session; the therapists volunteer their time to work with the parents.

Budget $150
Category Youth Development, General/Other
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) Adults Families
Short Term Success

Assessment of the weekly RAD (Reactive Attachment Disorder) Parents' Group occurs on a weekly basis, because there is a weekly learning component to each session, which therapists take turns moderating. The parents also address self-care to be able to make progress in parenting their children--which is a daily struggle. There are often times when a parent will come to the group in crisis, and the group adjusts to support that parent's process. Thus, the need for continuity, ongoing support, as well as assessing what and how the parents may grow is critical. 

The focus is clearly on each parent's self -reflection of progress, supported with therapeutic opportunities to practice new parenting skills, and to share each other's setbacks and successes.

The number of group families has grown from 4 to 14 since 2014, and 100% of the parents have benefited by making substantial changes in their own parenting to create a loving home that facilitates the child's attachment to the parent.

Long Term Success

The ultimate long-term benefits/changes for this weekly community of RAD parents, to date, are:

a) The ability to reflect compassionately upon their own behavior as parents;

b) Mastery of non-violent communication--deeply hearing their child with compassion and empathy.

c) The ability to recognize when the 'acting out' behavior of their child is not a negative response to the parent, but a response to the child's own trauma being triggered. When a parent can recognize the core reason behind their child’s challenging behavior, they can respond with acceptance, compassion and empathy for the child--remaining connected to the child in her/his distress.

d) As the parent and child learn to mediate difficult situations--their mutual attachment is strengthened and fosters a growing, healthy relationship between them.

Program Success Monitoring We monitor how this program is working by tracking progress via therapist notes, as well as encouraging constant self-reflection by the parents. Because the work is done in a group setting, there are multiple opportunities for parents to gauge their own progress (or see their lack of it) as they interact with other parents experiencing similar difficulties with their RAD children.
 
Also, as therapists listen to the parents each week, it is notable to observe how the parents' language and viewpoints are changing—from making demands, judgments or criticisms about their children—to accepting, connecting, listening deeply, etc. They are beginning to fully engage in therapeutic parenting as they develop empathy—first, towards themselves and their own experiences, and then with their children. 
Program Success Examples

We see parents coming to the group for the first time--who nearly universally experience feeling less alone as they discover that other parents have also faced the same challenges that friends and family usually fail to comprehend.

For example, one father commented, "The first night we came, I planned to drop my wife off and not come in, but I came in anyway. When I did, my life was changed as I realized there were other parents who were going through what we were; and that this was a place where we could learn how to connect with our (adopted) daughter."
 

One mom commented, "Of all the services that RADical Healing provides, the one I value the most is our Tuesday night group. I get to hear what works for other parents, and to see that my struggles are also theirs." 

 

Another parent feels, "The RAD parent group is a judgment-free zone, where I can share my struggles, and know I will be accepted."

Description  

Therapeutic services are open to all families without respect for ability to pay. Our work with families typically provides a combination of therapy with parents, therapy with children, and therapy with parents and children together.

Parental guidance and education is designed to enable parents to become successful therapeutic parents.

 

Youth receive a combination of counseling that engages both what is happening in their lives in the here and  now as well as how past trauma affects their present lives.

 

When the entire family is present, we encourage deeper connection between child and parent through modeling, empathy, acceptance, and celebrating and building upon successes as we move through tough challenges.


Budget $34,300
Category Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other Childhood Mental Health Disorders
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served People/Families with of People with Psychological Disabilities Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) At-Risk Populations
Short Term Success  

Parents discover the roots of the child’s distressing behaviors, and learn how to connect with their children during times of distress with empathy. Their parenting shifts from using traditional parenting methods (punishment, judgment, rewards, consequences, etc.), instead learning to focus on “Connection before Correction.” Parents realize successes in connection with their children as they grow as therapeutic parents.

 

As their children feel more accepted, and held safely in compassion vs. judgment, the children learn to truly connect with and respond positively to their adopted parents in a way that they never could to their previous abusive caregivers and/or bio-parents.


Long Term Success  

Usually, through many months—if not years—of therapeutic parenting—children learn to authentically connect with their (adoptive) parents, and the parents connect with their children, resulting in mutually shared enjoyment and real communication.

 

The child who has received therapeutic guidance in a safe and nurturing environment decreases the acting out of destructive behavior, and increases in self-reflection. As the child learns to reflect upon his/her past trauma in a safe space of acceptance, s/he develops the ability to live life in an age appropriate manner. S/he begins to make developmental gains so that her/his neuro/bio/social functioning improves across the board.


Program Success Monitoring For the first half-year of therapy, most results are based on 
  1. Observation of the interaction between the child and parents; 
  2. Ongoing assessment by other supporting professionals—school counselors, pediatricians, juvenile justice, psychiatrists, etc.; 
  3. Increased reports of successful interactions between child and parent when the child is in distress 
  4. Increased self-reflection of the parents and shifting of their behavior as they become aware of their new interactions based in compassion and empathy with their child. 
  5. For older youth with RAD, especially those who are ‘aging out’ of the foster/adoptive system (turning 18), many are totally unprepared to handle life “as an adult,” and often need much more therapeutic guidance, as well as more comprehensive and extraneous support systems, to create a safe space for them to grow in a culture that does not understand their needs.
Program Success Examples
  1. A son complained that “When my dad says ‘NO’ to me, I think of my (abusive) birth parents, and feel hatred to my dad.” This sudden reflection helped the father understand the son wasn’t reacting to the father’s “No,” but in fear and self-defense to a trauma triggered by an earlier, abusive “No!” This shifted the father’s reaction from dismissing his son when he is in distress, to being more curious about the actual root of the distress, and responding with empathy. 
  2. Two parents offered rewards to their son to get him to complete his homework, but the son did not respond well. The parents decided to try another approach: they surprised him with a different “reward”—hiring a professional to help their son.In response to this support, the son hugged his parents for the first time in seven years since he was adopted. The son learned how to finish his assignments, and the parents began to shift from using a system of punishment and rewards, to connection and support.
Description

Treating children with RAD is not as simple as putting on a cast that will mend a broken bone. The damage from attachment and trauma wounding is emotional, psychological, social and biological. It is also systemic because attachment is a critical part of interpersonal human development within a family.

To effectively begin and maintain the healing process within families, we need a diverse corps of professionals in our region, such as:

Mental Health Agencies: Professionals, Foster/Adoption and Post-Adoption Agencies;

Educators—Public, Alternative Schools: Counselors, Teachers, Administrators, Staff;

Juvenile Justice System: Social Workers, Law Enforcement, Lawyers, Judges;

Residential Treatment Centers—Public/Private: Administrators and Staff.

Comprehensive services include:

Educational materials;

Educational Training and Workshops;

CEU’s for ongoing education;

Referral Sources, Networking;

Educational Website and Newsletters.

Budget $17,900
Category Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other Childhood Mental Health Disorders
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served People/Families with of People with Psychological Disabilities Children and Youth (0 - 19 years) At-Risk Populations
Short Term Success From the end of May-November, 2016, we provided a continuing education seminar for over 40 educators from schools in Manatee and Sarasota Counties. We held a training session for staff at a residential treatment center in Bradenton, and a continuing education training for a foster/adoption center staff in Manatee County. Our therapists are integrally involved in attending IEP’s (Individual Education Plans) of several of our children in Sarasota/Manatee counties, in which we are able to communicate with school staff the nature of RAD and strategies for treatment in a school setting. We meet often with school a nd treatment center administrators who wish to know more about RAD, and how RHI can make a difference in their culture of treatment. We are creating curriculum to meet the need of various professionals, as well as working on an educational website that will feature the latest research and educational materials to best educate and support professionals and the families they treat.
Long Term Success

RHI is just beginning to crack the surface in educating professionals in our region about RAD and its treatment. We have increased the number of trained attachment-focused therapists serving our area from 1 to 4, and are working to train many more. We are meeting more professionals who are eager to learn about RAD, and bring what they are learning to create therapeutic work environments. We will train professionals in the juvenile justice system to recognize children with RAD and understand how to respond effectively to them and their families.

We are creating an advisory board to help support curricular development for education for both families and professionals.

As we work to increase the number of service professionals who can critically support families with children with RAD, we believe that the long term treatment of children with RAD and their families will result in increasingly stable and successful adoptions. 

Program Success Monitoring

At this time, program success monitoring is done through constant evaluation of presentations through pre and post q and a’s; follow up with participants post training to discover what they retained, what worked, what did not; and solicitation of what participants may still need for the work in which they are engaged.

 

RHI therapists participate in supervision of their work to understand more deeply how they are helping others to learn, and how to keep improving as therapeutic communicators. RHI therapists also engage in ongoing continuing education to be able to use all that they know to meet the challenges of understanding RAD, and its treatment.


Program Success Examples

A.  After a training workshop with Family Partnerships of Manatee County (an adoption preservation agency), social workers and therapists were able to identify children with RAD and learn to provide effective therapeutic parenting training—which will increase the results of successful family adoptions (in the first quarter of 2016, Sarasota County had the second highest number of dissolved adoptions in Florida).

B.  Three attachment focused therapists are currently being supervised weekly, resulting in enhanced skills in their work with children with RAD and their parents.

C.  Increase awareness of RAD and its challenges among therapists in the community is resulting in requests for education and training about RAD, as well as in more referrals for therapy for families.

Comments
Program Comments by Organization
CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Dr. Bruce Edward Sogolow Ed.D., LMHC
CEO Term Start May 2016
CEO/Executive Director Email brucesogolow@comcast.net
Experience  

Skills/Experience/Personal Attributes/Licensure

 

  • Over 30 years of experience in the Mental Health profession

  • Specializes in treating youth with Reactive Attachment Disorder and Developmental Trauma, demonstrating a unique in-depth knowledge of the field 

  • Has a proven, professional experience as an educator   

  • Has excellent interpersonal, collaborating and communication skills  

  • Models high integrity and compassion

  • Licensed as a Mental Health provider, and Supervisor, in the State of Florida

Former CEOs/Executive Directors
NameTerm
Senior Staff
NameTitle
Staff & Volunteer Statistics
Full Time Staff 0
Part Time Staff 0
Staff Retention Rate % N/A
Professional Development No
Contractors 6
Volunteers 8
Management Reports to Board N/A
CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation N/A
Senior Management Formal Evaluation N/A
Non-Management Formal Evaluation N/A
Collaborations

In 2016, we collaborated with two treatment centers in Manatee County to provide training for their staff: Palm Shores, and Sun Coast Behavioral Health; possibilities are strong that we will continue to do so with both facilities—to provide training to partnering facilities. We also hope to continue our training collaboration with Family Partnerships in Manatee County.

 

Area schools with which we are currently partnering (rendering services now, via participating in student IEP’s) are:

Sarasota County: The Cottages Pre-School; Tatum Ridge Elementary School; Riverview High School.

Manatee County: Braden Run Middle School.

 

One of our therapists is also  providing weekly therapy for residential youth, and training counselors at Gator Wilderness in Punta Gorda (Charlotte County) http://www.gatorwildernesscamp.com/program.html.

 

Long term, as our staff of therapists grows, we hope to make our educational services (and CEU’s) available (including, but not limited to):

to as many schools as possible—for CEU training as well as working with school counselors;

to pre and post-adoption area agencies;

to Juvenile Justice professionals—Dept. of Children & Families, Judges, lawyers, social workers.


 
External Assessments and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
Risk Management Provisions
Government Licenses
Organization Licensed by the Government No
Plans
Fundraising Plan Under Development
Communication Plan Under Development
Strategic Plan Under Development
Strategic Plan Years
Strategic Plan Adopted 0
Management Succession Plan Under Development
Continuity of Operations Plan Under Development
Policies
Nondiscrimination Policy Under Development
Whistle Blower Policy No
Document Destruction Policy No
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy No
Policies and Procedures Under Development
Comments
Management Comments by Organization
Multi-Media Comments by Organization

 The video is a very brief overview of Reactive Attachment Disorder, and examples of work with our families.

The Giraffe pen and ink is a portrait by one of our youths with RAD, now a student at the Ringling College of Art and Design. 
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Ronald Riffel
Company Affiliation Retired Social Worker
Board Term Aug 2016 to Aug 2017
Board Chair Email ronaldriffel@gmail.com
Board Members
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Mr. Richard Miller Computer Programmer
Mr. Ronald Riffel Retired Social Worker
Mr. Andrew Sogolow Senior HR Director, Partners.org
Dr. Katherine Perrault Sogolow PhD.Community Volunteer
Dr. Bruce Edward Sogolow Ed.D, LMHCPsychotherapist
Mr. Paul White LCSWPaul White, LSCW
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Board Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 6
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Gender
Male 5
Female 1
Unspecified
Governance
Board Term Lengths 1
Board Term Limits 99
Board Orientation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
Board Meeting Attendance % 84
Board Self-Evaluation No
Written Board Selection Criteria Under Development
Board Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
% of Board Making Monetary Contributions 100
% of Board Making In-Kind Contributions 83
Fiscal Year Projections
Fiscal Year Begins 2016
Fiscal Year Ends 2016
Projected Revenue $62,000.00
Projected Expenses $58,000.00
Total Projected Revenue includes "in-kind" contributions/ donations Yes
Organization has Endowment No
Endowment Value $0.00
Endowment Spending Policy N/A
Endowment Spending Policy % 0
Capital Campaign
In a Capital Campaign No
Campaign Purpose
Campaign Goal $0.00
Campaign Dates 0 to 0
Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
Anticipate Campaign within 5 years? No
Historical Financial Review
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201620152014
Program Expense$11,770----
Administration Expense$2,733----
Fundraising Expense$0----
Payments to Affiliates$0----
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.80----
Program Expense/Total Expenses81%----
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%----
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201620152014
Total Assets$13,184----
Current Assets$13,184----
Long-Term Liabilities$0----
Current Liabilities$1,587----
Total Net Assets$11,597----
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201620152014
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountContributions, gifts, grants $26,100----
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount0 $0----
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount0 $0----
CEO/Executive Director Compensation $0 - $50,000
Tax Credits No
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities8.31----
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201620152014
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%----
Financials Comments
Financial Comments by Foundation Financial information taken from unaudited financial compilations.  Contributions may include foundation and corporate support as they are not separately stated in the compilations.
Nonprofit Radical Healing Inc
Address 2831 RINGLING BLVD STE F-123
SARASOTA, FL 34232 5354
Phone 941 210-3704

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