Nichols Portland, Inc. Donates towards DCI's 'Building for Tomorrow' Campaign

Pictured L to R: Bill Goetz, Nichols Portland, Inc. (NPI) Chief Financial Officer; Jim Ryan, Dickinson Center, Inc. (DCI) capital campaign committee member; Bob Ordiway, DCI capital campaign committee chair; Jim Prosper, DCI Executive Director; and Tana Smith, Journey Health System Director of Institutional Advancement.


Dickinson Center, Inc. (DCI), a non-profit organization and affiliate of Journey Health System, is thrilled to announce a generous donation towards their St. Marys’ building project, the “Building for Tomorrow” capital campaign, from Nichols Portland, Inc. (NPI).

Jim Ryan, a member of DCI’s “Building for Tomorrow” Capital Campaign Committee stated, “Nichols Portland has a strong history of supporting the communities where they operate. Their support of Dickinson’s St. Marys’ building project in Elk County continues this commitment and is greatly appreciated.”

Thanks to the collective generosity of organizations, foundations, individuals and businesses like Nichols Portland, Inc., DCI has raised $1,187,621. With $312,379 left to reach their $1.5 million goal, Dickinson and the campaign committee are hopeful that others will join in supporting their cause. Every contribution brings them closer to their objective.

Bill Goetz, NPI’s Chief Financial Officer said, “Nichols Portland, Inc. is very excited to be able to support the advancements of Dickinson Center and the services they provide. We are fortunate to have Dickinson Center as a resource in our community and remain dedicated to supporting their critical initiatives.”

Nichols Portland, Inc. is a premier provider of quality, precision metal products, with a long-standing commitment to supporting the communities where they operate. With a history spanning over 50 years, NPI’s APG companies have been pioneers in material and process improvement technologies, helping to shape and advance the powder metallurgy industry. More information at: .

With the dedicated efforts of DCI’s Capital Campaign Committee and ongoing community support, DCI is confident in achieving their goal, ensuring accessible, essential mental health care and wellness services for those in need.

Dickinson Center, Inc., formed in 1958, is recognized as one of the leading rural behavioral health providers in northwestern Pennsylvania, and has evolved into an organization of nearly 200 employees operating in Elk, Cameron, Potter, McKean, Forest, Warren, Jefferson and Clearfield counties.

For more information about the “Building for Tomorrow” capital campaign or to make a donation, please visit .