2018 / 2019 Fiscal Year

Revenue:

  • Managed Care Organizations (MCOs): $1,193,682 (78%)
  • SCA: $121,181 (8%)
  • Private P: $31,045 (2%)
  • Other: $175,456 (12%)

Breakdown of Other Revenue:

  • IPP: $46,657
  • DUI Education: $27,450
  • Federal Probation:  $15,186
  • Vivitrol: $1,600
  • Contributions: $84,563
  • Grant Funding: $0
  • Our current fiscal procedures provide us with a better understanding of our fiscal expenses and allows us to find a healthy balance between administrative costs and client service enhancements.

Expenses:

  • Employees:  $1,204,652 (77%)
  • Facilities: $ 141,706  (9%)
  • Client Services: $ 162,709 (10%)
  • Other: $ 63,040 (4%)
  • (staff travel, staff Development, executive board expenses, office supplies, postage, usage fees, IT expenses, CEO expenses, marketing, professional/legal services, service charges, dues and subscriptions, advertising, misc.)
  • What is easily recognizable in the above chart, is an overwhelming distribution of expenses weighing on our ability to maintain staff. This type of distribution is commonplace in the nonprofit arena. Maintaining one facility which was not operational during various parts of the fiscal year; increased expenses associated with employees and facilities.

Admission Trends 

Inpatient:

Colonial House admissions data reflects the types of substances that we have seen admitted to the Inpatient facilities from July 2018 through June 2019.

This data aligns itself with the current trends in the community, demonstrating that we have admitted more opioid users than any other substances. Of 108 admissions, 58 (54%) had a history of opiate use, and 21 (19%) with alcohol use. 

Outpatient: 

Colonial House admissions data reflects the types of substances that we have seen admitted to the Inpatient facility from July 2018 through June 2019.

Alcohol is typically the most prevalent substance used among outpatient admissions, subsequently reflecting DUI offenders that are mandated for assessments/evaluations. Of 649 admissions, 219 (34%) had a history of alcohol use. Heroin/other opiates is the 2nd highest in this setting, representing 158 (24%) of FY-18/19 admissions.