Tuesday, September 21, 2010

GCASA's 2011 funding sources

As GCASA's Executive Director I often get asked where GCASA gets its money. A lot of people mistakenly think we are a county or state governmental agency. GCASA is a private nonprofit agency which has contracts with State and County government but less than 45% of its revenue comes from New York State and less than 1% of its revenue comes from Genesee or Orleans County.

Here is a chart which lists GCASA's funding sources and the percentage of the revenue that that funding stream makes up of the over 4 million dollar budget.

Click on image to enlarge for easier reading.

GCASA has four programs: treatment, prevention, residential services, and Employee Assistance. While it serves primarily Genesee and Orleans counties it provides many services to all the counties in Western New York.

1 comment:

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