ILC Revenue Chart for 2014-2015
Date: December 15, 2016
To: All Independent Living Centers
From: Robert Gumson, ACCES-VR, IL Services Unit
Subject: ILC Revenue Chart for 2014-2015
The attached revenue chart covers the ACCES-VR ILC contract year October 1, 2014 – September 30, 2015 compared to revenue information for the previous contract year 20132014 to provide an annual comparison. The revenue chart is prepared using annual certified financial statements that are based upon the ILC's fiscal year, not necessarily the ACCES-VR contract year. Since 1993, ACCES-VR has been preparing periodic ILC revenue charts to trend progress in individual centers and network revenue.
The attached chart depicts the following:
- Overall revenues from sources other than ACCES-VR contract funds increased from $147,885,283 for 2013-2014 to $170,019,808 for 2014-2015. The percentage of revenues from other sources for 2014-2015 compared to 2013-2014 increased by 14.97%.
- The percentage of revenues from ACCES-VR contracts for 2014-2015 is significantly less than those from sources other than ACCES-VR for the same period, 7.56% compared with 92.44% respectively. From 2013-2014 to 2014-2015 the percentage of revenues from ACCES-VR contracts decreased from 8.00% to 7.56%, which continues a gradual annual decrease from 15.64% for 2001-2002 (the oldest available records).
- ACCES-VR contract funds expended (including State funds and Federal Title VII Part B funds) increased from $12,862,119 for 2013-2014 to $13,908,438 for 2014-2015. Primarily, the increase is due to a one time redistribution of unspent State funds from the 2007–2012 contract period.
- For 2014-2015, 30 ILCs are at a total funding level of $500,000 or greater compared to 28 ILCs for 2013-2014 while State base funding remained virtually unchanged.
- For 2014-2015, 20 ILCs have total funding over $1,000,000 compared to 19 centers for 2013-2014. The composition of the 20 ILCs for 2014-2015 included the same 19 centers from 2013-2014 and 1 additional center. The 20 centers for 2014-2015 were: 1. RCIL-Rochester, 2. RCAL-Kingston, 3. STIC-Binghamton, 4. WNYIL-Buffalo, 5. AIM-Corning, 6. SAIL-Glens Falls, 7. FLIC-Ithaca, 8. LICIL-Long Island, 9. CIDNY-Manhattan, 10. ILI-Newburgh, 11. CDR-Rochester, 12. RILC-Rockland, 13. SILO-Suffolk, 14. ARISE-Syracuse, 15. ILCHV-Troy, 16. RCIL-Utica, 17. NRCIL-Watertown, 18. WILC-White Plains, 19. TRI-Poughkeepsie, and 20. ATI-Cortland. The vast majority of the highest funded ILCs are fiscal intermediaries in the NYS Department of Health’s Consumer Directed Personal Assistance (CDPA) Program. The ILC that demonstrated an increase in revenue above the $1 million level is ATI-Cortland.
- The number of ILCs that did not have Federal Title VII Part C funding as part of other revenue and exceeded $1,000,000 in total revenue increased from 8 for 2013-2014 to 9 for 2014-2015 and were: 1. STIC-Binghamton, 2. FLIC-Ithaca, 3. LICIL-Long Island, 4. ILI-Newburgh, 5. RILC-Rockland, 6. SILO-Suffolk, 7. TRI-Poughkeepsie, 8. RCAL-Kingston, and 9. ATI-Cortland. The ILC that demonstrated an increase in other revenue above the $1 million level that did not include Federal Title VII Part C funds is ATI-Cortland.
- The number of ILCs with marginal support of $100,000 or fewer funds from sources other than ACCES-VR decreased from 3 in 2013-2014 to 2 in 2014-2015. The ILCs that continue this pattern are: 1. SICIL-Staten Island, and 2. SILC-Jamestown. The ILC that increased marginal support above $100,000 from sources other than ACCES-VR is NCCI-Plattsburgh.
It is apparent that opportunities to diversify ILC funding have come to fruition for many centers. ACCES-VR recognizes and appreciates your hard work and commitment resulting in continued increases in revenues from sources other than ACCES-VR contract funds. If you should have any questions or need additional information about these charts, please contact Fred Ayers or myself at (518) 474-2925.
c: ILC Board Presidents Brad Williams, NYSILC Lindsay Miller, NYAIL Fred Ayers File