Dickinson Center, Inc. Receives $2,500 Gift from Stoltz Toyota of DuBois

Pictured left to right, From Stoltz Toyota of Dubois: Seth Danver, Nick Wruble, Todd Stoltz (Owner), with Dickinson Center’s Operations Director Jim Prosper, and Stoltz employees Mindy Schuckers and Billy Davis.

Pictured left to right, From Stoltz Toyota of Dubois: Seth Danver, Nick Wruble, Todd Stoltz (Owner), with Dickinson Center’s Operations Director Jim Prosper, and Stoltz employees Mindy Schuckers and Billy Davis.

DUBOIS, PA (January 2019)— Stoltz Toyota of DuBois recently made a $2,500 donation to Dickinson Center, Inc. (DCI) for their Crossroads Program based in St. Marys. An additional matching contribution of $2,500 will come from Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. As a long-time supporter of DCI, Stoltz Toyota has provided generous contributions to several programs over the past decade.  

“We are thrilled about this generous donation from Todd Stoltz and his team in DuBois,” said Heidi Thomas, DCI Executive Director. “Thanks to community partners like Stoltz, we’re able to continue to offer unique opportunities to the individuals we serve.”

The Crossroads Partial Hospitalization Program is a day treatment program for adolescents who experience symptoms of a mental health diagnosis that interfere with their ability to function effectively in their home, school, and/or community. Adolescents from Elk, Cameron, McKean, Clearfield, and Jefferson counties are eligible to participate in treatment at Crossroads. Treatment interventions include group, family, and individual therapy as well as psychiatric evaluation and medication management.  Crossroads also includes an academic component, which allows program participants to remain in their home school district. A teacher is on-site to provide instruction, while a mental health worker is present to provide therapeutic interventions in the academic setting.

Dickinson Center, Inc., an affiliate of Journey Health System, was formed in 1958 and named to honor its founder, Dr. Robert J. Dickinson.  DCI is a regional behavioral health provider in northwestern Pennsylvania employing over 200 employees.  DCI provides a full spectrum of mental health, intellectual disabilities, and children’s prevention services in Elk, Cameron, Potter, McKean, Forest, Warren, Jefferson, and Clearfield Counties.  DCI has been accredited by PANO (Pennsylvania Association of Non-Profit Organizations) since 2005. The PANO Standards for Excellence accreditation recognizes nonprofit organizations that have demonstrated compliance with benchmarks that focus on leadership, board governance, compliance, program evaluation, financial and human resource management, resource development, and advocacy.