On behalf of our Boards and staff members,

I am pleased to share with you our Fiscal Year

2019 Impact Report. While this report barely 

scratches the surface of the incredible work being 

done in our organizations to positively impact the lives

of children and families, it does provide a glimpse into the

results of our efforts.

In this past year, we took a bold step to further expand our mission

reach by restructuring into five independent corporations -- which we

collectively refer to as the Chaddock Family of Organizations. The new

structure will allow us to be more focused and nimble, and ultimately

strengthen our ability to impact even more kids and families, both directly 

and indirectly. 

I invite you to celebrate with us the accomplishments of the past year, and to walk

alongside us in the year to come as we continue to amplify our impact in new and exciting ways.

Debbie Reed






Chaddock impacts the lives of children and families in the local community through Foster & Adoption Services provided in Adams, Brown, Hancock and Pike counties and school-based counseling offered at eight schools in Adams County. In addition, Chaddock serves children statewide through the work of Caregiver Connections, which provides early childhood mental health consultation to child care centers and home-based providers across Illinois.

317 Youth served through foster & adoption services

62 Youth in foster care achieved permanency

91% Of foster parents report Chaddock provides training or support to help them as foster parents

4,626 Childcare providers served through one-on-one consultations or training events through caregiver connections

85% Of providers reported greater confidence in their skills as a result of consultation


Chaddock's Developmental Trauma and Attachment Program (DTAP) brings hope and healing to children and youth who have experienced severe trauma and struggle with attachment-related difficulties. Of the children and youth served through DTAP in the past five years, 88% have a history of psychiatric hospitalizations and with 65% were adopted privately, internationally, or through the foster care system.

290 Children and family members served across our In-Home Intensive, Residential, and Accelerated Residential Programs

86% Of clients successfully completed treatment

after being discharged from Chaddock

94% are attending school or have graduated

92% remain in the home or less restricted setting to which they were discharged


During the 2018-2019 school year, Chaddock School served children and youth completing treatment in Chaddock's residential program, as well as youth from 17 area school districts who have not experienced success in the traditional public school setting. Teachers at Chaddock School are special education certified and receive continuous training to keep up with the latest therapeutic and academic approaches.

137 Students enrolled during the 2018-9 school year

6 Students attended public school part-time

9 Students completed requirements for graduation

82% Graduation rate - Five year average from FY15-19


The Knowledge Center at Chaddock (TKC) reinforces Chaddock's reputation as a leader in the field of developmental trauma​ and attachment by directed efforts towards clinicians, educators, and families whose lives and work are impacted by developmental trauma and attachment disorders, as well as capacity building for non-profit leaders.

67 Training events both online and in-person across the country involving 2,295 participants

58,000+ Downloads on TKC's weekly Attachment Theory in Action podcast, hosted by Chaddock Director of Program Strategy Karen Buckwalter

100+ Countries listening to the ATIA podcast


Chaddock's impact - whether serving local children and families or sharing resources and expertise with professionals across the world - is due to the 246 dedicated, compassionate individuals working throughout the Chaddock Family of Organizations. Positive feedback on the 2019 employee engagement survey shows job satisfaction remains strong throughout the organization

97% of staff reported that Chaddock is a good organization to work for

95% of staff reported Chaddock supports efforts to balance work and personal life​

The Children's Foundation provides the Opportunity for people to share their time, talent, and treasure in support of Chaddock's mission. The Foundation accepts and manages all charitable contributions made too Chaddock. These contributions fill the financial gap between the actual cost of the services provided and reimbursement for those services. During FY19, 6% of Chaddock's program expenses were supported by charitable funds.​


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