The Chapter is a fee-based non-profit. Each client is billed their appropriate fees for services. The Board of Directors sets the fee schedule; however, some funding sources like Social Security and the Veterans Administration set the fee for service.
Even though we bill for services some of our work is done pro-bono, which is part of the Chapter’s mission.
Because of funding cuts during the last legislative session, we no longer receive funds from the Department of Health and Human Services which helped cover the pro-bono clients we accepted from Adult Protective Services.
In the past the Chapter has also received some funding from local charitable foundations. Donations have significantly declined since the economic downturn of 2008.
Donations are always welcome.
Serving adults, children, elderly and those with disabilities since 2000.