WHO WEARE

Established in Oakland County, Michigan in 2008, The RESTORE Foundation (RESTORE) is a non-profit organization that works to ensure that the county's innovative and effective drug treatment programs are able to become financially independent.

Founded in 2001, Oakland County's Juvenile Drug Court and Adult Treatment Court provide unique service to the county by helping program participants overcome their substance abuse problems and restore their lives.

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Board of Directors

BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
HON. EDWARD SOSNICK (RET.)
PRESIDENT/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
DELYNN MEYER, VICE PRESIDENT
W. FRANK FOUNTAIN, TREASURER
BARBARA BLOEDOW, SECRETARY
JUSTIN CHERFOLI
JUDITH K. CUNNINGHAM
JEFFREY MARK
JOHN MARSHALL
HON. DEBORAH TYNER (RET.)

Honorary Board

HON. STEVEN ANDREWS (RET.)
HENRY BASKIN
MATT BRADY
ROBERT M. CARSON
HAROLD FRIED
EDWARD A. FULLER
DAVID GORCYCA
JEFFREY ISHBIA
C. MICHAEL KOJAIAN
FLORINE MARK
HON. FRED MESTER (RET.)

 

HON. FRED MESTER (RET.)
JOHN J. MORAD
VICTOR NORRIS
JULES OLSMAN
SPENCER PARTRICH
NICKI PERLMAN
DAVID PROVOST
JOHN SCHAEFER
MICKEY SHAPIRO
KAREN SOSNICK-SHOENBERG

 

BRAD LEY SCHRAM
CATHERINE SOSNICK SCHWARTZ
SUSAN SOSNICK
ROBERT S. TAUBMAN
FRANK TORRE
JEANNE TOWER
DAVID TROTT
BUBBA URDAN
RODGER D. YOUNG

County Commissioners

MARCIA GERSHENSON
HELAINE ZACK
JOHN A. SCOTT
MICHAEL SPISZ
ROBERT HOFFMAN

 

 

MICHAEL J. GINGELL
WILLIAM DWYER
DAVID G.S. BOWMAN
ADAM L. KOCHENDERFER
EILEEN J. KOWAL

Public Officials

 

L. BROOKS PATTERSON, COUNTY EXECUTIVE

ANDY MEISNER, COUNTY TREASURER

MICHAEL J. BOUCHARD, COUNTY SHERIFF

The Family-Focused Juvenile Drug Court and Adult Treatment Court combine court supervision with hands-on treatment in a coordinated, holistic program that pas proven to be effective and cost-efficient way to rehabilitate residents with drug and alcohol dependencies and help keep the community safe.

"Restoring hope and dignity by helping individuals overcome substance abuse to the benefit of themselves, their families and society by continuing the Oakland County drug courts."