Budget & Finance

Contributing to Local Services

The Children’s Services Council takes its role of protecting local dollars seriously. Programs are funded by the Council on a reimbursement basis, therefore, no monies are expended until there is proof of service. In addition, there are regular on-site reviews of funded programs to ensure that they are being effective and demonstrating measurable positive change. The Children’s Services Council also receives an independent audit each year.

Audit Information

Audit information of the Children's Services Council of St. Lucie County can be found on the Florida Auditor General website.

Additional Information

Children's Services Council of St. Lucie County's annual financial report submitted to the Department of Financial Services can be found by viewing the Department's website (see Unit ID #300448 in report)

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  1. 2021 to 2022 Adopted Budget
  2. 2021 to 2022 Budget Infographic

INCOME

Ad Valorem Revenue

11,368,418
Interest and Other Income

18,000
Income from Reserves

1,488,324
TOTAL INCOME

12,874,742



EXPENSES

GRANTS


Program Funding


Ensuring Every Baby is a Healthy Baby
1,739,532
Keeping Kids in School
2,156,613
Stopping Child Abuse / Building Strong Families
1,481,810
Keeping Kids Off Drugs/Risky Behaviors
1,450,825
Keeping Kids Off the Street
2,598,241
Community Outreach & Events
221,500
Targeted Funding
83,172
Strategic Short Term Funding
500,000
Undesignated Allocations
95,000
TOTAL GRANTS

10,826,693
PERSONAL SERVICES


CSC Administrative Staff
707,741
CSC Program Staff
471,827
TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICES

1,179,568
OPERATING EXPENSES


Operating Expenses and Contingency
455,264
Collection Expenses
385,217
TOTAL OPERATING

840,481
CAPITAL OUTLAY

28,000
TOTAL EXPENSES
12,874,742