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Board of Trustees

The Zepf Center Board of Trustees is comprised of individuals dedicated to ensuring that client centered, integrated Behavioral Health Services are provided for those in need.


The Zepf Center Board of Trustees governs the overall direction and provides oversight of the organization.  The Board of Trustees believes that effective services to individuals with behavioral health problems must include a comprehensive array of education, integrated care, wellness, treatment, support, vocational rehabilitation, and housing services.
 
2018 Board of Trustees
 

Lori Olender, President 

Angelita Cruz Bridges, Past President

Jane Mintun, Vice President

Michael Baas, Treasurer 

Cathy Carroll, Secretary

Paul Toth, Jr.

Robin Libbe 

Mara Lanzinger Spidel

Christopher Pawson

Sally Goligoski

James Worden

Rob Griffey

Anita Madison

David Reed

 

 

 

 

ZEPF
INTEGRATED
CARE

Integrated care is the coordination of general and behavioral health care needs in an effort to treat not just the body but the mind.

ZEPF NEWS & EVENTS

University of Toledo Songfest to Benefit Zepf Center

Songfest is a grand philanthropic tradition that can be described as a song and dance performance by different University of Toledo organizations and the second oldest tradition next to Homecoming. It will be held on Saturday, March 30, beginning at 5:00 PM at Savage Arena. This year Songfest will benefit Zepf Center.

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Scratch-off lottery tickets wrong gift for children

Please read the letter-to-the-editor written by Steve Kapela concerning lottery tickets not being appropriate gifts for children.

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Navigating the Holiday Stress with Children

The holiday season can be a season of seeing family, socializing with friends, attending parties, breaks from school, and lots of yummy holiday treats.  It can also be a time of additional stress, extra tantrums and arguments from children, and longer to-do lists.  To help navigate this stress here are some tips to get through the season. 

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