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A 23-Year Relationship with our Client, Tarzana Treatment Centers, Inc. Continues

In May, 2013, once again Tarzana Treatment Centers, Inc. (TTC) renewed our contract to support their efforts to address community health care needs in Southern California. We are very grateful for a 23-year long and continuing relationship with our client. In the fall of 1990, while contemplating starting a consulting business, I asked professional colleagues in the Los Angeles Region about their thoughts and reactions to this new idea of mine. One of those who got asked was Maury Weiner, now deceased, but then an Administrator of TTC. His response was straightforward and direct, "let us know if you decide to do it, we may have work for you." That offer, which at the time seemed rather casual, proved to be sincere. TTC became our first client and 23 years later we thankfully count them as our oldest. We have thus been privileged to be part of TTC's growth experience since 1990. In that time they grew about ten-fold as they expanded HIV services, expanded substance use disorder, mental health and criminal justice services to new sites in the LA Region, opened their Family Medical Clinics, developed a Youth Services Department, and aggressively built a technology infrastructure for the 21st Century.  They initially engaged me to help develop their HIV programs but challenged me to support them in all these other areas in which they were growing. As a consequence of that challenge I also grew in knowledge and experience. Thank you, Tarzana Treatment Centers, Inc

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