Community Benefits Report
All of Michigan
Speech Language Pathology
Individuals ages 18 months to adult with
developmental disabilities or disabilities
acquired in childhood.
Staff & Board:
13 Board Members
5 Administrative Professionals
7 Occupational Therapists
7 Speech Pathologists
5 Social Workers
1 Dance Movement Therapist
2 Teacher Consultants
2 School Psychologists
William C Abney Academy
Byron Center Charter Schools
Byron Center Public Schools
Covenant House Academy – Detroit
Covenant House Academy – Grand Rapids
Eagle Village Academy
Flat River Academy
Kenowa Hills Public Schools
Muskegon Heights Public Schools
Muskegon Maritime Academy
NexTech High School of Grand Rapids
Walden Green Montessori
Wedgwood Christian Services
Down Syndrome Association of West Michigan
Grand Valley State University
YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids
Kent District Library
Primary Disabilities of Clients Served:
Auditory Processing Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Childhood Muscular & Neurological Disorders
Cleft Palate (after or between repair)
Disruptive, Impulse-Control and Conduct Disorders
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Global Developmental Delay
Gross and Fine Motor Delays
Language-related literacy problems
Mixed Expressive/Receptive Language Disorder
Problems with tongue thrust, chewing, and feeding
Sensory Processing Disorder
Social Communication Disorder
Comprehensive Therapy Center provides programming year-round.
Therapy & Fun
Summer therapy program for children ages 3-14 aimed at preventing summer setback.
Therapy & Life Skills
Summer therapy program for children ages 8-14 aimed at encouraging independence.
Therapeutic Play & Learn Groups
For children ages 0-5, funded by the Ready by Five Early Childhood Millage.
Supplemental therapy program for children ages 4-14 for when school is on break during spring and winter.
Esports Social Group for children ages 10-14.
Diversity in Healthcare Youth Project
Educational program for youth aged 14-18 from historically marginalized groups to inspire and prepare them for a career in healthcare.
Financial Profile 2022
Comprehensive Therapy Center is a non-profit organization that holds a 501(c)3 status. Income is generated through in-
clinic therapy services, contracts with schools/agencies, fundraising, and program fees. All money raised through fundraising efforts goes towards lowering the costs of our services and programs for clients from low-income families.