Gosnold 2023 Annual Report

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A Year That Mattered - 2023 Highlights

 Polar Plunge

 Charter Cup Fishing Tournament

 Falmouth Road Race

 The Martin J. Walsh Alumni Award

 Gosnold College Scholarships for High School Seniors

 Overdose Awareness Day

 Cape Cod Symposium

 22nd Annual Golf Tournament

 The Art of Recovery Gala

 United Way of Cape and Islands Day of Action

 Philanthropy Day

 Charlie Wilkerson Memorial Dinner

 Hat and Mitten Drive for Falmouth Service Center

 Holiday Falmouth Parade

Our year was filled with community engagement and philanthropic events. Gosnold sta continued our mission of educating professionals in the field and presented throughout the region.

In the Fall, we hosted our signature event: The Art of Recovery Gala bringing together our supporters, sta and alumni to raise awareness and funding for Gosnold’s life-saving work. Befittingly, The Prudential Center was lighted purple in our honor.

Your Support Matters

This is our second year presenting the Martin J. Walsh Alumni Award to a Gosnold alumni who is thriving in our community and is a living example of recovery in action. The award was inaugurated in 2022 in commemoration of our 50th anniversary. It was the perfect opportunity to acknowledge Mayor Walsh’s stealth commitment to helping all people achieve recovery and as a meaningful way to share success stories of our alumni.

Rachael truly exemplifies the intention of the award. A busy mom of three children, Rachael has been in recovery for six years. She values the lessons she learned at Gosnold and continues to use the tools she acquired daily to sustain and evolve her wellbeing.

“Be so grateful you have another chance, that this time, you put your POWER into everything you told yourself you couldn’t do, and do it. I promise, if you have faith, you’ll have it all.”


- Rachael Fuschetti

Since receiving the award, Rachael has represented Gosnold in the community and she is always reaching out to others providing encouragement and resources. Between soccer, cheer leading and making lunches and dinner for her beloved crew, she is working toward a nursing degree.

Pictured: Martin J. Alumni Award 2023 Recipient: Rachael Fuschetti

A Note From Richard Curcuru - We Are Changing Lives

Dear Friends,

Over the past year, Gosnold has maintained its steadfast commitment to excellence in service, patient care, and community engagement. The dedication and hard work of our team, along with the generosity of supporters like you have been instrumental in achieving our mission and upholding the values that define our organization.

In the realm of patient care, Gosnold has consistently strived to provide compassionate, evidence-based treatment for individuals facing substance use disorders and mental health challenges. Our clinical teams have shown remarkable resilience and adaptability, notably when faced with unprecedented challenges. Last Spring, a plumbing emergency forced us to close one of our facilities for 2 weeks. Our sta handled this situation with the utmost professionalism, finding a temporary space for 29 patients and putting the

wellbeing and safety of these individuals first, every step of the way.

Furthermore, Gosnold has actively participated in community outreach initiatives, emphasizing the importance of mental health awareness and substance use prevention. Our ongoing collaborative e orts with organizations like NAMI and the Cape & Islands United Way have strengthened the fabric of the many communities that we serve. It is heartening to witness the positive impact of these initiatives on the lives of individuals and families within our reach.

Financial stewardship has been yet another area in which Gosnold has excelled. Through strategic planning and prudent management, we have maintained a solid financial foundation, which has allowed us to reinvest in our facilities, programs, and personnel. Most importantly, our positive financial position ensures the sustainability of Gosnold's mission in the long term.

As we look ahead, Gosnold remains committed to continuous improvement and the pursuit of excellence. We understand that challenges may arise, but with a dedicated team and the unwavering support of our community, we are confident in our ability to navigate the evolving landscape of behavioral healthcare.

I extend my sincere gratitude to the entire Gosnold family – our sta , volunteers, donors, and community partners – for their collective e orts and firm commitment to our shared mission. Together, we have made a positive impact on the lives of many, and I am eager to see the continued growth and success that the future holds for Gosnold.

With much gratitude,

Senior Leadership - Pictured Left to Right

Mike Cawley, Chief Human Resources O cer

Allie Anderson, LICSW

Chief Clinical O cer

Richard Curcuru, LICSW

President & Chief Executive O cer

Je Modestino, Chief Financial O cer

Dr. Andrew Mann, Chief Medical O cer

Board Of Directors

Donald Quenneville

Brig. Gen., USAF (ret.)

Richard Curcuru

President & CEO

Gosnold Behavioral Health

George Ganzenmuller

Retired – Sr. Vice President

Marcal Manufacturing

Elizabeth Andreev

Executive Director

UBS Financial Services, Inc.

Eric Masterson Managing Director

Empower Maxwell Mundy

Retired Doctor & Medical Director

Rachel Newton

Vice President

Global B2B Marketing Operations Mastercard

John Cook Private Wealth Management

UBS Financial Services, Inc.

Edward Fienga

Brig. Gen., USAF

Chief Operating O cer, Deuce Drone

Gosnold is pleased to welcome our new Board Members: Eric Masterson & Edward Fienga. Eric Masterson, is currently the managing director at Empower Financial Services. Eric brings 15 years of financial services and product development experience to Board governance. Raising his family in North Falmouth, Eric is passionate about supporting Gosnold’s growth in the community.

Edward Fienga brings a unique combination of military and private sector leadership to the Gosnold Board. He is eager to help Gosnold expand its services and increase awareness about the need for mental health and addiction care.

Raising his family in Cataumet, Ed has been a long-time supporter of Gosnold’s work.

Your Impact In Numbers

In 2023, Gosnold cared for over 9,000 individuals across 400 communities. Most individuals living with mental health or substance use problems are hidden in our plain sight and often are too frightened to reach out for the help they need. They are our family members, our colleagues, our friends and our neighbors.

When they cross our threshold, it is our mission to restore well-being, hope and confidence.

Individuals Served

Inpatient - 2,700

• Acute Treatment Service

• Clinical Stabilzation Service

Outpatient – 5,500

• Partial Hospitalization

• Intensive Outpatient

• Outpatient Counseling

• Massachusetts Impaired Driving Program

Community Support – 1,400

• School based services

• Behavioral Health for Justice Involved

• Overdose Prevention

• Recovery Coaching

• Intervention Team

• ER Navigation Program

Caring For Our Community

Behavioral Health For Justice Involved School-based Services For Youth

Gosnold was an early leader in providing services to justice involved individuals. We are currently serving Barnstable, Dukes, and Nantucket counties. The program reduces recidivism by teaching clients how to access and navigate social, medical and housing services.

Gosnold provides in person and virtual mental health services to 25 school districts in Southeastern, Massachusetts. In 2023, we cared for 855 students ages 5 to 18 years old.

“The care and willingness to help me improve my life and help maintain building a strong foundation to live a healthy life, mentally, spiritually and physically, strive in sobriety and meet my goals and then some. My navigator is par none.”

“The care and willingness to help me improve my life and help maintain building a strong foundation to live a healthy life, mentally, spiritually and physically, strive in sobriety and meet my goals and then some. My navigator is par none.”

“Having my daughter attend sessions with the Gosnold team during school hours has brought immense relief, especially after a lengthy period of waiting for services. Witnessing the positive changes in her self-perception and her renewed enthusiasm for school has been truly extraordinary.”

“Having my daughter attend sessions with the Gosnold team during school hours has brought immense relief, especially after a lengthy period of waiting for services. Witnessing the positive changes in her self-perception and her renewed enthusiasm for school has been truly extraordinary.”

Your Support Brings Families Together

“Gosnold saved my son’s life. It is a place where people fix their lives and put their families back together.”

We Are Grateful

$ 968,545 Raised In 2023

1,109 Donors

1,366 Donations

688 First-time Donors

50 Corporate Sponsors

When you contribute to Gosnold, your gift becomes an investment in programs that have the power to transform lives and foster resilient communities. With a single donation, you are supporting initiatives that o er crucial care to individuals and families grappling with mental health and substance use challenges.

Rest assured, every dollar you donate goes directly back into advancing our mission, ensuring that 100% of the funds raised are reinvested for the greater well-being of those we serve. Your generosity becomes a catalyst for positive change and a source of hope for those in need.

Gosnold is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. We reinvest all revenue into our mission.

Programs And Services Contributions & Grants Gain On Sale Rental Income Other Income Investment Total Revenue FY23 Revenue $26,396,518 $968,545 $3,725,814 $249,469 $224,922 $2,708 $31,567,976 Programs And Services Management & General Total Expense FY23 Expense $25,151,649 $6,322,756 $31,474,405
Contributions & Grants 3% Gain On Sale 12% Programs & Services 83% Management & General 20% Programs & Services 80%

Everyone Deserves Hope – You Matter To Us

Leading the way to recovery and wellbeing for all.

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