McClendon Center celebrates 30 years of providing services for individuals with mental illness in the District of Columbia. Long-time Executive Director, Dick Davis, retires after 28 years of service. Dennis Hobb, the Center’s program director, was named as the new Executive Director.
The Center hosts its first-ever fundraising event with clients staging performances at Busboys and Poets in the busy U Street corridor. The Center earns the highest score (91 percent) on first District of Columbia Mental Health Provider Scorecard by the District’s Department of Mental Health. The Center continues to earn Four Star ratings in 2011, 2012, and 2013.