Numbers can tell us a lot. They provide quantitative measures that we can use in a practical way. They’re essential. Yet, they don’t tell us much about qualitative results. In our line of work, qualitative matters a great deal because it’s tied to human lives. Every behavioral health client served by SFM represents a life changed and hope restored. Every man who completes a Fatherhood FIRE course represents a dad who has acquired the skills to be a nurturing father. Every Seeking Safety and Family Centered Treatment number represents a family healed and made whole. And every donated dollar represents a community working together to help ensure the children and young people among us are protected, supported, and loved. That’s why the work we do and the partnerships we share matter so much.