Special thanks to GFWC North Pinellas Woman’s Club for awarding us a grant to further help the people we serve!
Boley Centers, Inc. received the GuideStar Nonprofit Profile Silver level logo, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofits. The logo demonstrates Boley Centers’ deep commitment to nonprofit transparency and accountability.
In order to be awarded the Silver logo, Boley Centers had to fill out every required field of our nonprofit profile on www.guidestar.org for that level of participation.
We hope you will check us out and tell us what you think: https://www.guidestar.org/profile/59-1290089.
The annual Point in Time (PIT) count took place on January 24, 2017, extending throughout Pinellas County, with the help of more than 350 volunteers. Boley Centers served as the southern Pinellas County deployment center which handled about 65% of the volunteers. Volunteers collectively completed 1,795 surveys, starting at 5am at day labor sites through 8pm that night. 211 Pinellas is hard at work entering all of the data that was collected in preparation for researchers who will interpret and analyze this year’s data. To read the results of the 2016 count, visit http://www.pinellashomeless.org/Portals/0/PIT%20REPORT%202016-May%2031%202016.pdf and of course, check back with us soon for results from this year’s survey.
In the last issue of Boley Centers Ink, the wrong photo was used to identify Diane Washington who was named Agency Employee of the Year. Our sincerest apologies to Diane who is a dedicated Behavioral Health Technician working at our Morningside Safe Haven. Diane also won a departmental award that evening before being named Agency Employee of the Year. Congratulations Diane!
Boley Centers held its Annual Staff Recognition Dinner on Saturday, November 5 at the St. Petersburg Country Club. To help celebrate the “Magic of Boley,” Comedy Magician Dewayne Hill entertained staff and their guests throughout the evening.
Congratulations to this year’s honorees!
Accounting Employee of the Year – Anne Smith
Administrative Employee of the Year – Cheryl Coveduck
Day Services Employee of the Year – Kelvin Stewart
FACT Employee of the Year – Patricia Humphrey
Homeless Programs Employees of the Year – Randy Shanafelt & Diane Washington
Residential Employees of the Year – Deborah Jones & Kelie Lee
Supported Housing Employee of the Year – Carolyn Allen
Supported Living Employee of the Year – Janet Tinsley
Support Services Employee of the Year – Jonathan Gay
Vocational Employee of the Year – Madelyn Walters
YOUR Neighborhood Store Employee of the Year – Craig Boutwell
Supervisor of the Year – Barbara Bishop
Employee of the Year – Diane Washington
Esther Thorp Team Spirit Award Winner – Carolyn Allen
Unsung Hero Award – Jeri Flanagan
The wait list for Boley Centers’ HUD 811 project rental assistance closed as of Friday, October 7th. There is no scheduled date for the wait list to reopen at this time. All applications will be processed by order of date and time received and ALL applicants will be notified of their application status via USPS.
Boley Centers, Inc. will be opening its waiting list for HUD Section 811 Multifamily PRAC Housing rental assistance. In accordance with the Fair Housing Act, we are actively seeking applications from people in the St Petersburg/Clearwater/Pinellas community who are low income and have been diagnosed with a mental health disability. Applications will be available at Boley Centers Housing Office:
Monday September 19, 2016 through Friday September 30, 2016
445 31st St. N, St. Petersburg, FL 33713
For more information, call 727-821-4819 x 5740
Boley Centers, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Housing Provider.
Boley Centers, Inc., está aceptando solicitudes para la lista de asistencia del programa HUD Section 811 Multifamily PRAC Housing, que ayuda con sus rentas. Si usted ha sido diagnosticado con una discapacidad de salud mental, y es de bajos ingresos, puedes ser elegible. Solicitudes pueden ser obtenidas en Boley Centers Housing Office:
8:30am-4:30pm, el 19 de septiembre hasta el 30 de septiembre, 2016
445 31st St. N, St Petersburg, FL 33713
Para más información, llame al 727-821-4819 x 5740
Boley Centers, Inc. es un Proveedor de Igualdad y Oportunidades en Viviendas.
Congratulations to Kevin Marrone, Boley Centers’ Vice President of Homeless and Community Services, who was the recipient of the Supervisor/Administrator of the Year award at the annual Florida Council for Community Mental Health (FCCMH) Conference in Orlando last week.
The following came from FCCMH regarding the awards that were given:
“The 2016 FCCMH Professional of the Year Awards are our opportunity to recognize some of the many dedicated and talented professionals who …are the backbone of Florida’s community-based behavioral health system. Without these individuals, Florida would not have a system of care.
Collectively, these are individuals who have:
• Made outstanding contributions to the people they serve and to their agencies,
• Developed innovative ways to improve service delivery, and
• Contributed to the well-being of their communities.
The other two categories are Direct Service Provider of the year and Peer Specialist of the year.”
Congratulations Kevin on a well-deserved award!
Monday, August 15, 2016
9 am – 2 pm
Boley Centers, Inc
445 31st Street North
St. Petersburg, FL 33713
Online applications may be submitted in advance at:
www.boleycenters.org – “Careers” OR Apply online at the job fair.
Behavioral Health Technician
Overnight Residential Technician Residential
Housing Specialist II
Maintenance Tech I
Family Support Coordinator
Veteran Support Specialist
Your Neighborhood Store (thrift store)
Retail Utility Worker
BRING PHOTO ID, RESUMES/JOB HISTORY & PRIOR COMPANY CONTACT INFO & PROOF OF EDUCATION.
SUPERVISORS WILL PERFORM “ON-THE-SPOT” INTERVIEWS.