AssistNOW Employee Assistance Program
Training and Consultation Institute
Substance abuse and gambling prevention and education
Therapeutic preschool services
Psychiatry and nursing
Programs for people with both mental health and addiction needs
Warmline Telephone Services
individuals received prevention and wellness-based services
individuals received ongoing clinical treatment services
individuals received recovery support services, such as housing and employment
clients worked in our social enterprises to gain essential work skills and earn an income
individuals took courses as part of our Training and Consultation Institute
in services provided to those unable to pay for treatment
increase in service volume over the previous year
of our resources went to program activities
We have invested in our staff, and will continue to do so, ensuring that we have the right people, positions, structure and training to address our clients’ broad healthcare needs holistically, proactively, and with coordination.
We have invested in upgraded technology to communicate more meaningfully with healthcare providers throughout the community via a state-of-the-art electronic health record, which is essential for addressing the complex healthcare needs of our clients.
We have invested in the right physical space: in July 2014, Recovery Resources will relocate its Ohio City operations to a beautiful campus in Old Brooklyn – a building designed to support the delivery of physical and behavioral healthcare with enough space to invite other providers to join us in this effort.
It is with pride and gratitude that we present to you Recovery Resources’ 2013 Annual Report, the first to be electronic.
The theme of this year’s report, “Partners in Health, Partners in Hope,” reflects some significant undertakings by the Agency in 2013 in long-range planning and brand positioning. As you see a new logo, tagline, website and electronic annual report, you are in the midst of a creative demonstration of our message for the coming years.
We are committed to working in partnership with others, because no one person or entity can do all that is needed. Our partnerships with our clients, with each other, with our volunteers, funders, donors, sponsors, colleague agencies and other community partners – this is the platform upon which true and sustained change will occur. Thank you for being our partner.
Recovery Resources is blessed in many ways:
It is in the context of these gifts that we are confident we can be both your partner in health and your partner in hope.
As we celebrate our 59th year of service to the community, we want to thank each of you for the honor and privilege of being your partner. It takes a community to support a community, and we remain ever grateful for your confidence in us.
We continue to be mission-centered with an unwavering focus on increasing capacity, serving with excellence, and maintaining exceptional stakeholder satisfaction.
As part of that mission, the Agency made excellent progress during 2013 in thoughtful long-range planning. One of the goals that emerged from this planning was to “Strengthen Financial Flexibility to Maximize Performance and Sustainability” – which directs us to plan meaningfully for our current state, as well as for our future state.
To ensure that we remain a fiscally healthy and responsible organization in the present, we continued to prioritize diversifying revenue streams, maximizing the draw-down of all contracts, attending to the administrative practices that support income optimization, and carefully controlling expenses.
To assure a vibrant and well-sustained future, Recovery Resources invested in areas that will prepare us for the realities of transformative changes in health care service delivery and reimbursement.
We made investments in the people, technology and physical space that will enable the delivery of integrated and holistic services to members of our community, because that is what they deserve, and that is what the future demands. The Agency is pleased to have delivered $282,255 worth of services to individuals without a means to pay for their care, and is committed to growing our income-generating initiatives to ensure our ability to deliver uncompensated care each year, as necessary.
Recovery Resources is proud to be your partner in exemplary financial stewardship, and is grateful to the many supporters who make the work we do possible.
|Liablities and Net Assets|
|A/P & Accrued Expenses||1,117|
|Net Assets - Unrestricted||8,318|
|Net Assets - Temporarily Restricted||270|
|Net Assets - Permanently Restricted||1,550|
|TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS||$11,628|
|Support & Revenue|
|Program Service Revenue||6,856|
|Grants (Government & Private)||3,654|
|Net Program Service Revenue||11,747|
|TOTAL SUPPORT & REVENUE||$12,465|
|Management & General||1,528|
|Net Operating Results||413|
|Realized Gain on Investments||432|