James Haefner

Governor at Hillside Family of Agencies

James Haefner

James Haefner

Governor at Hillside Family of Agencies

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Hillside Family of Agencies

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Chief Financial Officer & Strategic Development Officer at Hillside Children's Center

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Chief Operating Officer at Hillside Family of Agencies

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Chair at Hillside Family of Agencies

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Vice Chair at Hillside Children's Center

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Treasurer & Director at Hillside Children's Center

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Former Chief Medical Officer at Rochester General Health System

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Former Investment Officer at The Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Co.

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President at DePrez Group of Travel Companies

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Chief Strategy & Quality Officer, Executive Director-Snell Farm Children's Center at Hillside Family of Agencies

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James Haefner
Governor at Hillside Family of Agencies
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Hillside Family of Agencies is one of the oldest family and youth non-profit human services organizations in Western and Central New York, USA. The agency started as Rochester Female Association for the Relief of Orphans and Destitute Children in 1837. The first year 46 children were served. The organization was renamed the Rochester Orphan Asylum in 1839, the organization constructed a larger facility in 1844 at Hubbell Park. In 1905 the group moved to the current Monroe Ave site. To reflect the shift from providing a home for orphans to caring for “dependent and neglected children,” the Rochester Orphan Asylum changed its name in 1921 to Hillside Home for Children. Another name change came in 1940 when Hillside Children’s Center was adopted and a goal set: “for every child, a fair chance for the development of a healthy personality”. During World War II Hillside Children's Center worked with Eastman Kodak to help the children of Kodak employees in England. Between 1940 and 1942, 156 British children were brought to the Rochester area by Kodak to safeguard them from the war in their home country. Hillside assisted in placing these “Kodakids,” as they were called, with the families of local Kodak employees or in foster homes for the duration of the war. In 1965, Hillside broadened its mission to helping “dependent, neglected, learning disabled, emotionally disturbed, socially maladjusted, and delinquent” children. During the 1970s, Hillside Children’s Center experienced great growth. The institution began its conversion to a residential treatment center and reopened its campus school, which had been closed since 1931. In 1996 a new parent organization, Hillside Behavioral Health System (HBHS), was formed in order to provide services more efficiently and effectively. Hillside Children’s Center and Hillside Children’s Foundation served as partner affiliates. In 1996 the Wegmans Work Scholarship Connection joined Hillside to become Hillside Work Scholarship. In 1999, Hillside Behavioral Health System added to its family when Crestwood Children’s Center and Crestwood Children’s Foundation affiliated with it. Hillside Family of Agencies was adopted as the system name in December 2000 to better represent the diversity of services provided by each affiliate. In 2004 Hillside absorbed Snell Farms Children's Center and Adoption Resource Network, Inc. Headquartered in Rochester, New York, the organization works with youth and families facing a wide range of behavioral and emotional challenges. Hillside Family of Agencies employs more than 2,200 staff working out of multiple locations in New York and Maryland. 12,636 Families are served by HFA.

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Hillside Children's Center provides health care services. The firm offers mental health, child welfare, juvenile justice, special education, safety net, and developmental disabilities services to children and families. It provides customized services based on the strengths and needs of individual youth, families, and communities. Its services include family care, residential treatment, and adoption. The company was founded in 1837 and is headquartered in Rochester, NY.

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