Las Trampas supports adults with developmental disabilities to discover their capabilities and to lead full lives in their home, at work, and in the community.

Financials

Las Trampas prides itself on fiscal responsibility to assure that services to the people served by the agency will be able to continue far into the future.  As a non-profit serving adults with developmental disabilities, our primary funding source is the Regional Center of the East Bay, which is funded by the California Department of Developmental Services.  Thus, most of our funding is dependent upon State and Federal programs.  With such funding increasingly in question, we rely on donations and community support to bridge the gap between State mandated rates for services and the increased costs of providing quality services.

Our fiscal year starts on July 1st of each year and continues to the following year ending on June 30th to align with the fiscal year of the State of California and our primary funding sources.  Each year, Las Trampas engages an independent auditor to review our financial information and our accounting practices as well as prepare and submit our annual tax return.   This audit usually takes 4 to 5 months to complete after the closure of the fiscal year and information will be updated upon its completion.

Below, you will be able to review key financial information for the most recently ended fiscal year of which an audit has been completed.  In the column to the right, you will find key financial information for prior years.

2012-2013 Financial Information

Sources of Revenue

Revenues for FY 2012-2013 equaled $4,095,687. Our funding comes from the following sources:

  • Tuition and Fees – $3,321,210
  • Investment Revenue and Other – $245,896
  • Contributions – $215,667
  • Fundraising Events – $108,593
  • Grants – $169,821
  • Bequests – $34,500

Functional Expenses by Functional Category

Total expenses for FY 2012-2013 equaled $4,114,745. Reserve funds bridged the funding gap between expenses and revenues for major projects on information technology and facility equipment upgrades. The following outlines the segments where these funds were spent by programs, administration, and fundraising.

  • Program Services – $3,425,061
  • General and Administration – $530,664
  • Fundraising – $132,020

Reports

Click on the links to the left for full financial audit and tax return Form 990.

Staff Training

All Direct Staff and Management are provided with comprehensive training to ensure the highest quality of services to the individuals served by the agency.

New-Hire Orientation (within 90 days of hire)

48 hours of training including but not limited to: annual trainings, general safety, service design, regulations, policies and procedures, incident and mandated reporting, medication management, health conditions, developmental disabilities, and 40 hours of hands-on training.

Annual Training

  • Positive Behavioral Support Training (PBS)
  • Teaching Social Skills (TSS)
  • Non-violent Crisis Intervention (NCI)

Weekly and Monthly Inservice Trainings

Ongoing trainings on all items noted above as well as staffing cases of the individuals served. Additional trainings also include training on curriculum and teaching methods.

Residential Direct Service Professional (DSPs)

DSP I Training (Year 1) DSP II Training (Year 2) Ongoing Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Office Location

3460 Lana Lane, Lafayette, CA 94549

Rights Under Title VI

Las Trampas operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with Las Trampas.

Title VI Rights Notice (English and Spanish)

Title VI Transportation Complaint Procedures and Form (English)

Procediminetos de Quejas de Transporte del Título VI y Formulario (Espaniol)