The Bi-County Services, Inc. (BCS) annual budget is created by the Controller and reviewed by the President. The Board of Directors discuss, modify (if needed) and approve the proposed budget at the June Board meeting. The approved budget is disseminated to the BCS Board Directors, BCS management and local government officials. The budget is used as a guide for BCS financial decisions but does not prevent taking action that is required to properly manage our business or provide required services for the people we serve.
Bi-County Services, Inc. FY2022
- Service Fees: $7,240,434
- Agency Generated: $532,148
- Other: $211,980
- Residential: $3,690,481
- Supported Living: $3,250,683
- Industrial/Day Services: $855,267
Strategic Plan 2022 - 2024
Bi-County Services, Inc. (BCS) is committed to empowering the people we serve to embrace their worth, engage in meaningful relationships and make choices that lead to productive lives in their community. Working through our staff and community members, BCS makes a difference in the lives of the people we serve. We provide three core services: Residential Group Homes, Supported Living and Day Habilitation/Community Integration. Our strategic plan addresses issues that the BCS Board of Directors believe are of concern over the next three years.
This is a challenge for our organization and our industry due to turnover, skills and availability. It impacts the services we provide and agency revenue. Providing meaningful services for each consumer requires a well-trained and committed staff. Continued focus on staff pay, benefits and training are critical to improving this staffing challenge.
This needs to be sufficient to support all activities of BCS is fundamental to our success. There are a variety of strategies identified to help us reach this goal.
This is especially important for key management positions due to the large amount of specialized knowledge and experience required. It is also important for key administrative positions that job procedures are available in the event a staff member leaves or is absent for a significant amount of time.
Community awareness and interaction are important to the success of BCS, as stated in our Mission and Vision Statements. An inclusive, community playground, Whicker Park, was completed in June, 2017 next to Whicker Field. This type of playground is a first in Adams, Wells and most surrounding counties and is a great community and area asset for everyone regardless of age or ability. Our playground survey indicates the new Whicker Park complex is a big success.
This is being updated with completion in 2022. Changes include new: company logo, format design, information, donation option, photos plus a variety of BCS general information. Continuous updates and features of interest for our community are planned.
Machine Readable FilesThis link leads to files that are available in response to the Federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. Machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators and application developers to easily access and analyze data.