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1 Annual Report 2010

2 Mission The Mission of the Centers is to offer a wide variety of behavioral health care services designed to help people of all ages reach their highest level of functioning. Vision The Vision of the Centers is to be unsurpassed in the delivery of behavioral health services. Values People Our clients, our community and our staff are our primary concern. Excellence We pledge to deliver the highest quality services possible and strive constantly for improvement in all phases of our operation. Responsiveness We will respond with immediacy, courtesy, clarity and professionalism.

3 Table of Contents A Message From the Board President 2 A Message From the Chief Executive Officer 3 Highlights Programs and Services 5 Statement of Net Assets.. 6 Statement of Revenues and Expenses 7 Sources of Revenue/ Summary of Services.. 8 Looking Ahead... 9 Board of Directors Stephen Spivey, President Vickery Holland, Vice President Charles Poliseno, Treasurer Elizabeth Robb, Secretary Joan Becker Celiene Bruce Mark DeBolt Stephen Dunn Brian Ehlers Robert Hartsock James McCune, Jr. Gene McGee Julia McHugh Ryan Naugle Gary Norman G. Dan O Stean Cathy Pearson Rodney Smith Gardner Spencer Charlie Stone Carolyn Weldon Development Advisory Committee Ket Barber Jim Copeland Jeffrey Dawsy Ed Dean Mark DeBolt Ana Dunwoody Brian Ehlers Gerald Ergle E.L. Foster Bonnie Heath Marion Montanari Dan O Stean Charles Poliseno Karen Thurman Parnell Townley

4 A Message From the Board President As I reflect on the previous year, I am stunned by the rapidity with which it passed. In many ways 2010 was a most difficult year for our country and our local community. Unemployment, huge numbers of foreclosures, and a staggering economy put tremendous stresses on our community and produced the concomitant rise in mental health crisis, substance abuse, and demand for services one would expect. I am proud that the Centers, again, rose to the occasion and met those community needs. The Centers bold experiment to extend case management services to the child welfare system has been an ongoing success. We have forged a strong working bond with Kids Central, Inc. which has been an asset to both organizations. We have embraced the philosophy of prevention and diversion to keep children in need out of foster care when appropriate. The Centers continues to lead in court alternative programs in partnership with the judiciary and has helped establish a firm foundation for Mental Health Court which recently received a three year operating grant. The Centers has also been able to further fortify its financial foundation and improve its services facilities by significant capital investments in both Citrus and Marion Counties. This organization is clearly blessed with a professional and efficient management team that has continued to excel in what we can all agree has been a difficult environment. This organization is also blessed with an active Board that is both supportive and independent of that management team. I believe that combination is this organization s strength and key to our continued success. January 2011 marks the conclusion of my third term as President of the Board; it has been a privilege. I have the advantage of the historical perspective and am truly grateful that our community is the beneficiary of this outstanding organization. All things considered, it has been a pretty good year for the Centers; a statement many organizations are unable to make. Although we continue to face challenges in the future, I am confident this organization is up to the task. Sincerely, Stephen Spivey Stephen Spivey, President Board of Directors 2

5 A Message from the Chief Executive Officer Once again the Centers has turned in a strong economic performance and remains financially sound. We have also recorded a new high with regards to the number of clients seen and services provided. Most important, we have not veered from our mission of re building hope or from our promise to provide quality services at an affordable price. We began last year with the announcement that we were planning to open a new Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment facility and beginning construction on an addition to our Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit. Our Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment facility is now open and full and construction on our Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit is complete. The dedication ceremony for our Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit addition was well attended. Highlighting the occasion was the presence of Mr. Richard Macheck, the State Director of the United States Department of Agriculture / Rural Development. Funding for the construction of the new addition was provided by USDA. Mr. Macheck stated that he was impressed with how we had grown over the last several years. Despite the fact that we did not have Kidfetti last year, the Development Office stayed busy. The event that drew the most attention was the Healing Heart Exhibition at the Appelton Museum. More than 500 people turned out to view artwork produced by patients from the Centers and eleven other community organizations. Rounding out the year was the winning of a Mental Health Court Grant which will provide $151,000 per year for the next three years. Credit for this success goes to board member, Judge McCune and his team. As always we are indebted to our Board of Directors, our Development Advisory Board, our staff and all those in the community that continue to support the Centers. We now stand ready to forge ahead into another new year where the challenges will include Medicaid Reform and Integrated Health Care. Sincerely, Russell Rasco Russell Rasco Chief Executive Officer 3

6 Highlights 2010 Mr. Richard Machek, USDA State Director attended the dedication of our new adult crisis unit addition. Over 500 people were on hand at The Appleton Museum to witness The Healing Power of Art. Clients from 12 different community organizations provided the artwork. Thanks to Judge McCune and team, efforts to obtain an implementation grant to expand Mental Health Court were successful. 4

7 Programs and Services Acute Care Services - Available for those who require immediate assistance 24 hour/7 days per week emergency assessment services Inpatient crisis stabilization Psychiatric hospitalization Inpatient detoxification Critical Incident stress management Outpatient Mental Health Services - Emphasize positive interactions and relationships Individual therapy Group therapy Family therapy In-home and in-school counseling Substance Abuse Services - Promote the return to productive living Individual counseling Group counseling Residential treatment program Community Support Services - Develop independent living skills Case Management Medication Management Supported Housing and Supported Employment services Pathways Apartments Clubhouse and Drop-in Center Child Welfare Services - Supporting Families The Centers, founded in 1972, is a Joint Commission accredited, private, not-for-profit corporation which provides a full range of mental health, alcohol, and drug abuse services. Education and Prevention Services - Assist community through information Outreach programs in the community Law enforcement training Corporate training Speakers available upon request 5

8 Statement of Net Assets Statement of Net Assets June 30, 2010 ASSETS CASH $6,050,258 $6,229,701 RESTRICTED ASSETS 415, ,000 ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 654, ,112 (net of allowance for uncollectible accounts) GRANTS RECEIVABLE 2,285, ,977 OTHER RECEIVABLES 30,199 24,985 PREPAID EXPENSES 320, ,349 INVENTORIES 224, ,591 PROPERTY & EQUIPMENT 10,303,385 10,099,055 (net of accumulated depreciation) OTHER ASSETS 161, ,945 TOTAL ASSETS $20,445,396 $19,009,715 LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS ACCOUNTS PAYABLE & ACCRUED EXPENSE $1,918,687 $1,812,010 ACCRUED SALARIES & BENEFITS 1,245,859 1,028,891 NOTES & MORTGAGE NOTES PAYABLE 5,931,767 5,904,954 TOTAL LIABILITIES 9,096,313 8,745,855 TOTAL NET ASSETS 11,349,083 10,263,860 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $20,445,396 $19,009,715 6

9 Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Net Assets For the year ended June 30, Totals Totals REVENUES STATE AND FEDERAL REVENUES $17,284,099 $16,706,478 MEDICAID/MEDICARE 7,007,838 5,327,506 COUNTY REVENUES 1,460,081 1,422,580 CLIENT & INSURANCE FEES 2,308,109 1,978,242 DONATIONS 161, ,843 OTHER 386, ,884 TOTAL REVENUES $28,607,613 $26,320,533 EXPENSES PERSONNEL $18,628,451 $17,217,670 OTHER EXPENSES 8,956,845 8,632,554 TOTAL EXPENSES $27,585,296 $25,850,224 EXCESS OF REVENUES OVER EXPENSES BEFORE CAPITAL GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS 1,022, ,309 CAPITAL GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS 62,906 1,887,593 INCREASE IN NET ASSETS 1,085,223 2,357,902 NET ASSETS, BEGINNING OF YEAR 10,263,860 7,905,958 NET ASSETS, END OF YEAR $11,349,083 $10,263,860 7

10 Sources of Revenue CLIENT & INSURANCE FEES 8% DONATIONS 1% OTHER 2% COUNTY REVENUES 5% MEDICAID/MEDICARE 24% STATE AND FEDERAL REVENUES 60% Clients Served Summary of Services 8

11 Looking Ahead The past we inherit, the future we create Plans for 2011 Include: Expanding our fund-raising efforts for major gifts Completing the implementation of an electronic medical recordkeeping system Establishing a Pre-booking Diversion Program Continuing to develop a working relationship with the local Federally Qualified Health Centers Seeking funding for a Clubhouse for the mentally ill in Marion County 9

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