Mental Health, Crisis Intervention

SGA Youth & Family Services

  • Chicago, IL
  • http://www.sga-youth.org

Mission Statement

Mission: SGA helps children, families and communities facing great challenges to realize their potential.

Vision: SGA will lead the evolution of services to transform challenged neighborhoods in the greater Chicago area into healthy communities.

Purpose: SGA creates and implements innovative and tailored solutions based on best practices to continuously improve outcomes for individuals in communities.

Pillars: Innovative Services, Sustainable Programs, Collaborative Efforts, Measurable Outcomes

Service Areas

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Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

60603

ruling year

1952

Principal Officer since 1998

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Dr. Susana Marotta

Executive Director since 2000

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Martha Guerrero

Keywords

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youth, at-risk youth, families, adolescents, mental health, therapy, teenagers, schools, homeless, juvenile justice, teen parenting, community development, autism, substance abuse, prevention, intervention

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Also Known As

SGA

EIN

36-2167916

 Number

4080284882

Physical Address

11 E. Adams Street Suite 1500

Chicago, IL 60603

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Mental Health Treatment (F30)

Children's and Youth Services (P30)

Family Services (P40)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

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Overview

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SGA is committed to fulfilling its mission with respect, integrity and accountability.

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  1. What is the organization aiming to accomplish?
    SGA helps children, families and communities facing great challenges to realize their potential.
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Service Areas

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Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

60603

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Financials

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SGA Youth & Family Services NFP
Fiscal year: Jul 01-Jun 30
Yes, financials were audited by an independent accountant.

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Operations

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SGA Youth & Family Services

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Dr. Susana Marotta

Executive Director

Martha Guerrero

BIO

Susana Marotta, a native of Argentina, completed a Masters degree and doctoral studies in psychology at John Fitzgerald Kennedy University in Buenos Aires. She worked for four years at the state mental health hospital in Buenos Aires, while she maintained a private practice. She moved to Chicago in 1985 with her husband and began working at Children's Home and Aid Society of Illinois (CHASI) as the clinical supervisor of the mental health program at the Viva Family Center. After two years she was promoted to director of the Viva Center, a multi-site program with an annual budget of $2 million and 34 full-time staff. As Viva director, she oversaw the daily operations of many diverse programs, including mental health services, home-based day care, Head Start, HIV/AIDS counseling and prevention and school-based violence prevention. Susana recently completed her Ph.D. in clinical social work from the Institute for Clinical Social Work. Her specialty is the inter-generational transmission of abuse. Susana is active as a community leader, serving on the board of the Illinois Association of Community Mental Health Agencies (IACMHA), and on steering committees of the Alliance of the Mentally Ill and The State Health Coalition. She is a former board member of the Illinois Violence Prevention Authority and the Day Care Action Council. She presents regularly in the field on a range of clinical and administrative topics.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Victoria Noonan

Tishman Speyer

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