Oliver Speaks to Birmingham MGMA About Glenwood



Oliver Speaks to Birmingham MGMA About Glenwood

MGMA board members present $2500 to Glenwood.

In September, Ken Oliver with Glenwood spoke to a meeting of the Birmingham MGMA about Glenwood's mission to provide treatment, education, and research in the area of children's mental health.

Glenwood, which was founded as a non-profit in 1974, has grown from a single employee in a small space donated by St. Luke's Episcopal Church to an organization with a team of 350 clinicians, medical and educational teams, direct care staff, administration and support personnel operating on a 363-acre campus in southeast Jefferson County.

Glenwood works to enable individuals to live life to their fullest potential, supporting children and adults impacted by autism and other behavioral health needs.

At the conclusion of the meeting, the Birmingham MGMA presented Oliver with a check for $2500 to support Glenwood's mission, along with art supplies for the non-profit's school program.