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Accounts show dramatic rise and fall in Rehab's finances

The charity's income has steadily risen since the early 2000s, writes Barry J Whyte.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
26th January, 2014
Rehab receives roughly €140 million a year through contracts with the state.

The accounts of the Rehab Group show that the charity gets roughly €140 million a year through contracts with the state to provide certain services, but the accounts are less forthcoming on precisely how that money is spent.

Rehab's financial statements for 2012 show that its turnover for the year was €178.3 million, of which €140 million was recorded as turnover from ''training and employment activitiesâ€

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