Serving Sarasota, DeSoto, Charlotte and Lee Counties Direct Service
1565 State Street Sarasota, FL 34236
The regionâ€™s leading mental health and substance abuse service provider $17,833,801
1901 Baker Street Arcadia, FL 34266 (863) 993-2911
7810 South Tamiami Trail Ste A-1 Venice, FL 34292 (941) 492-4300
Kreisman Center Crisis Stabilization Unit 1451 Tenth Street Sarasota, FL 34236 (941) 364-9355
Caring for Our Community Operating Expenses
6950 Pan American Drive North Port, FL 34287 (941) 492-4300
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES 1565 State Street Sarasota, FL 34236 (941) 927-8900
TOTAL EXPENSES 2006/2007 $20,226,575
939 Pondella Road North Fort Myers, FL 33903 (239) 656-3461
TOTAL PROGRAM EXPENSES 2006/2007 $20,226,545 $2,392,744
3677 Central Avenue, Ste D Fort Myers, FL 33901 (239) 939-6111
Federal & State funded service
2750 Bahia Vista Street Sarasota, FL 34239 (941) 952-1147
ANNUAL REPORT 2006-2007 Program Expenses
4300 Kings Highway Port Charlotte, FL 33980 (941) 764-7641
County & Local Funded Service
1750 17th Street Sarasota, FL 34234 (941) 953-0000
Third & First Party Fees
Contributions & Other Income
TOTAL REVENUES 2006/2007 $20,284,456
1451 10th Street Sarasota, FL 34236 (941) 952-1147
OUR SERVICES ARE FUNDED IN PART BY: State of Florida, Department of Children and Families Sarasota County US Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) YMCA/DeSoto County
GRANTS OBTAINED: Bon Secours Health Systems, Inc. Charlotte County Florida Department of Children and Families: North Fort Myers Fact Team South Fort Myers FACT Team US Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Special thanks to all the individuals, corporations, foundations and organizations whose generosity has touched thousands of lives.
Keeton’s Office Supply
James C. Allan
Robert and Nancy Ford
Advance Personnel Services
Mote Marine Laboratory
Sir Speedy Sarasota
Cord C. Mellor
Andrew Farrell Foundation
Charles and Toby Miller Nancy Quinn
Florida Power and Light Corporation Sweet Tomatoes Four Bees Cleaning The ADP Group, Robert Town
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shin
Gulf Coast Community Foundation
Troyer’s Dutch Heritage
Dr. Larry Thompson
Hilb, Rogal & Hobbs
United Way of South Sarasota County
Inter City Meats
Dr. Jim Woods
Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Bradford Jones
Wal Mart-Cattleman Road
Keep Kids Drug Free
Mcintyre, Elwell & Strammer
Water Boy, Inc.
New Programs HOME 2 RECOVERY – CHARLOTTE COUNTY Homeless individuals with serious mental health and substance abuse issues often do not respond to traditional approaches to treatment. In 2006, Coastal was awarded a $2 million grant, over a five year period, from the US Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) to provide these individuals in Charlotte County with the support, treatment, and rehabilitation services they need to continue living in the community. Coastal administers the Home 2 Recovery program, with support from Charlotte County Homeless Coalition, Punta Gorda Housing Authority, University of South Florida Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute (FMHI) and the Florida Peer Network. The ultimate goal of Home 2 Recovery is to end homelessness through: • Actively partnering in treatment for mental and physical healthcare • Quality of life improvements such as increased housing stability, assistance obtaining and maintaining paid employment and nurturing healthy relationships • Reduced hospitalizations • Educational support SOUTH LEE COUNTY FACT TEAM The Florida Assertive Community Treatment Team (FACT) is an evidence based model of care designed to assist people with serious and persistent mental illness to live as independently as possible in the community. In 2006, Coastal added South Lee County to our list of highly successful FACT Teams in Sarasota, DeSoto, Charlotte, and North Lee counties with a $6.3 million, five year contract from the State of Florida Department of Children and Families. The Team provides comprehensive, community-based treatment with individualized treatment plans, promotes recovery and empowerment through partnering, self-determination and personal choices. Goals include: • Advocating for greater satisfaction and personal choices in all aspects of daily life • Fostering physical and mental wellbeing by reducing symptoms and hospital stays • Nurturing healthy social relationships
• Pursuit of paid employment • Reducing symptoms and number of hospitalizations • Support of education
A MESSAGE FROM OUR CHAIR
Our Staff Our caring professional staff of more than 255 employees provided services to over 5,600 individuals in 2006-07. The staff consists of psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, physicians, registered nurses, psychologists, licensed counselors, social workers, master’s-level counselors, bachelor’s-level case managers, administrative and support personnel.
CSU Staff: 50 employees
Administrative & Support Staff 70 employees
Adult Services: 63 employees
Medical Services 36 employees
Children’s Services Staff 36 employees
Old Fashioned Pot Luck Picnic To kick off Spring, the Coastal family, including our children, gathered for a day of good old fashioned fun. We fired rr y, Diane Be wer and re B to y s d n, Ju Thank Thompso with a “Special , Dr. Jerr y rs to a ordin Picnic Co sign. ” rs o s Spon
up the grill, cooked hot dogs and hamburgers, and savored each other’s tasty potluck dishes. Adults and
The Board of Directors of Coastal Behavioral Healthcare, Inc., proudly joins the staff in presenting Coastal’s 2006-2007 Annual Report. If you are among the many that supported Coastal this year and in the past, we take this opportunity to thank you for your help in making Coastal one of the most effective organizations of its kind in the country. If you are reviewing this report to help you decide whether to become a Coastal supporter, we thank you as well. Simply by your consideration of the case for supporting Coastal you demonstrate your fundamental concern for the well-being of those members of our community which Coastal serves. It is customary in messages such as this to speak of the challenges the organization has faced in the preceding year, and our successes in meeting those challenges. That is no less so for Coastal in 2006-2007. We operate in a rapidly-changing environment of economic concerns and reduced public funding for mental health and substance abuse care. The same economic stresses cause increased demand for our services, in addition to the demands of serving a growing community. As Coastal supporters, you should be proud to know that the dedication of our professional staff, leveraged by smart, innovative management leadership, is meeting these challenges and that the organization is in a stronger financial position than it was a year ago. Your Board of Directors is committed to maintaining this approach in the coming year, as we believe that only by maintaining financial strength do we provide our superlative professional staff with the resources needed to fulfill Coastal’s mission: To provide behavioral healthcare services that exceed expectations for quality, availability and satisfaction. Please join me in welcoming Patricia Anderson of Longboat Key and Dudley Carson of Sarasota to Board membership, as well as Sarasota’s Jim Allan, former director and Board chair who was able to rejoin us this year. All the Board joins me once again in thanking you for taking the time to learn of Coastal’s successes, and its needs, and for your help in truly “Caring for Our Community”.
children alike enjoyed the fun of
traditional picnic games with sack races, a water balloon throwing contest, and a rousing game of baseball!
Cord C. Mellor
Coastal Cruisers “Walk for the Cure”
To provide behavioral healthcare services that exceed expectations for quality, availability, and satisfaction.
Board of Directors
In October 2006, Coastal staff and their families participated in the 14th Annual “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” for the ds “Walk reast n ie fr d n ily a for b staff, fam ness and funds Coastal re a w a e rais Cure” to arch. se re r e c can
Walk held at the Sarasota Polo Grounds in Lakewood Ranch. Our team raised $2,388.00 through donations and pledges. This is one example of how
our staff demonstrates “caring for our community” beyond their daily work.
Officers: Cord C. Mellor, Chair Tim Gissal, Vice Chair Pat Anderson, Secretary Jack Donoghue, Treasurer Norman L. Kreisman, Director Emeritus Board Members: James C. Allan S. Dudley Carson Nancy Detert
Julie Mackey Marge Maisto Dr. Larry Thompson Dr. Jim Woods, Past Chair Past members: Ted Dunn, Past Treasurer Albert F. Hogle Father James Kelly, 1997-2007 Joan McGill Major Darrell Stinger
FROM THE DESK OF OUR PRESIDENT & CEO On behalf of the staff of Coastal Behavioral Healthcare, I am pleased to present our 2006 – 2007 Annual Report. This report can only represent a snapshot of the complex panorama of successes, challenges, and opportunities that occurred during this period. In a year of static or declining state and local funding, Coastal received $8.3 million in new state and federal multi-year contracts and grants. This accomplishment is a tribute to the quality of our staff and the quality of the services we provide to more than 5,000 consumers each year. For over 36 years, Coastal has been the safety-net provider of behavioral healthcare services to the most vulnerable members of our community. As the mental health and substance abuse needs of our consumers have become ever more complex and the funding to provide those desperately needed services ever more restricted, we have turned more and more to our community partners to help maintain the level of service provision necessary to our community. It has become increasingly apparent that in today’s funding climate, one organization cannot be all things to all people. Our culture at Coastal is to work collaboratively with any and all community resources that will help us provide superior service to our consumers. I am gratified that our community has answered the challenge and that we enjoy excellent working relationships with numerous and varied persons and organizations in the communities we serve. The dedication and professionalism of our staff, the engagement and collaboration of our community partners, and the determination and perseverance of the people we serve to live their lives as fully as possible, engender in me a sense of optimism and hope for the future. To all of you who have contributed to Coastal’s success during this year, our Board, staff, donors, and community partners, I want to say a heartfelt thank you.
In fiscal year July 1, 2006 – June 30, 2007 Coastal provided services to 5,621 individuals in Sarasota, DeSoto, Charlotte and Lee Counties. This number includes 1,365 children, 4,055 adults, and 201 seniors. OUR EMERGENCY SERVICES Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) Provided Screening and Crisis Support Services to 1800 individuals
Family Emergency Treatment Center (FETC) Emergency face to face contacts 1,282 Emergency telephone contacts 339 ____________________________________________
Total number of Emergency Services
We celebrate our staff’s commitment to excellence through the following award programs:
OUR CHILDREN’S SERVICES
Our Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) and Juvenile Addictions Receiving Facility (JARF) served 1,365 children Our Compass Center served 57 adolescents, providing 5,330 days of residential services
OUR ADULT SERVICES
Employees of the Quarter:
Kate Stoker, December 2006
Our Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) provided services to 1,005 individuals Our Outpatient services cared for 2,332 individuals Our Senior Services cared for 201 individuals Our Mental Health Courts served 67 eligible individuals
General Prevention programs 3,545 hours
Family Life Intervention Program (FLIP)
Darlene Murphy, March 2007
0-4 years old
55+ years old
Throughout the year, CBH clinicians, therapists and counselors provided 165,545 hours of individual therapy to those in need including: 38,039 hours of Behavioral Health Service visits 12,621 hours of Substance Abuse Service visits
5-11 years old
12-17 years old
CLIENT DEMOGRAPHICS BY AGE 45-54 years old
18-24 years old
Shannon Long, June 2007
JUDY MAGNON, RN,c,B.S.,CAC
Making Coastal a Better Place to Work 25-44 years old
Mary Crowley, M.A., LMHC, Chief Operating Officer; Sheila Brion, B.A., Chief Information Officer; Matthew Thomas, M.D., Chief Medical Officer; Joanne Radcliffe, M.B.A., Chief Financial Officer; Jerry Thompson, Psy.D., President and Chief Executive Officer; Carrie Springer, Ph.D., Vice President, Children’s Services; Ken Nutter, Ph.D., Vice President, Adult Services; Lisa Shiers, M.P.A., Vice President, District 8 Services; Sandra Cohen, M.A., CPHQ, Chief Administrative Services and Compliance Officer.
2006 Employee of the Year
Betty Dominic, September 2006
KERRY DENNIS, Outpatient Counselor, was selected as a 2006 Professional of the Year by the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association (FADAA.) This prestegious award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated superlative ability in the field of alcohol and drug abuse treatment and prevention services.
Staff Awards & Recognition
OUR PREVENTION SERVICES Jerry Thompson, Psy.D.
2006 Professional of the Year
In 2006-2007 we provided $8.8 million in uncompensated charity care.
Whether it’s with a smile, a helping hand, or working tirelessly beyond required hours, we recognize our co-workers who go the extra mile to improve our working environment. 2007 Recipients: Marla Sherry, Diane Berry, Judy Brewer
Coastal Community Heroes We salute employees who have shown their commitment to “Caring for our Community” through civic activities, humanitarian efforts and acts of genuine heroism. 2007 Recipients: Peter Kiziu, Reggie Nelson
As a “Co as Reggie N tal Communit y H elson re ceives a ero,” certifica “Day Off te from ” Dr. Jerr y T homps o n.