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  • Message From the PresidentIn previous annual reports, I began my letter by saying the past year had been one of expansion, significant changes, and great accomplishments. This sentiment also rings true when reflecting on this fiscal year, which ended June 30, 2014. In addition to this, HGH also faced considerable challenges and some difficult hurdles. I am proud to say that with the leadership of our Board, an unbelievable staff, and you, we confronted these obstacles head on and turned them into opportunities for the ben-efit of our growth. We still have work ahead of us, but I have no doubt, we will continue to make great strides in our programs and services in effort to fulfill our mission...to improve the lives of those we serve.

    Focusing on the positive, HGH accomplished much this past year thanks to you! A few of our highlights include:

    Our three signature events; the 4th Annual Randy Jones 5K for Independence, our 40th Annual Gala, and the 31st Annual Golf Classic netted over $225,000. Due to the inadequate rates we are paid by the state, we must rely on community support to implement the quality services and programs HGH has been providing since 1961.

    Addressed the need for programs for a growing number of individuals in Respite, Early Childhood, Adult Family Home and Community Living Programs.

    Received $25,000 in grants to fund the opening of a sensory room and developmental therapy center in Spring Valley.

    Continued to upgrade and make significant improvements to our 31 community based homes. We are grateful to our many donors and supporters, for without them, these projects would not have been possible. A few distinguishable partners include The City of El Cajon and the City of Santee who funded over $40,000 in home improvements.

    Held the grand opening of our Integrated Therapy Clinic in El Centro. With the generous donation we received from The Foundation for Developmental Disabilities, we are excited to be able to meet the needs of individuals in Imperial County that have been underserved for many years.

    In January, we hosted our entire staff of supervisors and managers for training with Dr. Tom Pomeranz, who spent the day with us to discuss Empowering People to Have a Meaningful Life. Tom is a nationally recognized authority, trainer, clinician, and consultant in the field of services for people with disabilities.

    I was honored to have been selected to join the San Diego Regional Center Board of Directors as the Vendor Advisory Board representative.

    In closing, I want to again assure you that I am dedicated to accountability and efficiency. Every donor dollar and every penny that comes into HGH is spent wisely, helping to create the quality of life that we all strive for.

    If you have any questions or would like to learn more about HGH, my door is always open.

    With warmest regards,

    President & CEO

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    Your Gifts in Action2013-2014 Financial Results

    Contributions, Grants & Special Events

    6.9% HUD Income

    0.5%

    Investment Return 4.1%

    Other Income 0.6%

    Program Revenue - CLP, AFHA, Life Planning

    3.7% Program Revenue - Early

    Childhood Dev. 4.2%

    Program Revenue - Residential CCL

    13.3%

    Program Revenue - Residential ICF

    54.4%

    Program Revenue - Respite 7.7%

    Rental Income 0.4%

    Transportation Income 4.2%

    2013 - 2014 Consolidated Income Contributions, Grants &

    Special Events 6.9%

    HUD Income 0.5%

    Investment Return 4.1%

    Other Income 0.6%

    Program Revenue - CLP, AFHA, Life Planning

    3.7% Program Revenue - Early

    Childhood Dev. 4.2%

    Program Revenue - Residential CCL

    13.3%

    Program Revenue - Residential ICF

    54.4%

    Program Revenue - Respite 7.7%

    Rental Income 0.4%

    Transportation Income 4.2%

    2013 - 2014 Consolidated Income

    Program salaries & related expenses

    64.4% Admin & FR salaries &

    related expenses 7.5%

    Facility Costs 7.8%

    Supplies 4.7%

    Interest 1.4%

    Other 2.8%

    Depreciation & Amortization 1.8%

    Transportation & Travel 4.9%

    Purchased Services 2.9%

    In-Kind 0.9%

    Special Events 0.9%

    2013 - 2014 Consolidated Expenses

    Program salaries & related expenses

    64.4% Admin & FR salaries &

    related expenses 7.5%

    Facility Costs 7.8%

    Supplies 4.7%

    Interest 1.4%

    Other 2.8%

    Depreciation & Amortization 1.8%

    Transportation & Travel 4.9%

    Purchased Services 2.9%

    In-Kind 0.9%

    Special Events 0.9%

    2013 - 2014 Consolidated Expenses

    2013 - 2014 Consolidated Income

    2013 - 2014 Consolidated Expense

    Contributions, Grants & Special Events 1,180,857 6.9%HUD Income 81,609 0.5%Investment Return 709,881 4.1%Other Income 96,924 0.6%Program Revenue - CLP, AFHA, Life Planning 628,738 3.7%Program Revenue - Early Childhood Dev. 719,943 4.2%Program Revenue - Residential CCL 2,273,434 13.3%Program Revenue - Residential ICF 9,303,819 54.4%Program Revenue - Respite 1,324,830 7.7%Rental Income 74,480 0.4%Transportation Income 718,140 4.2%

    17,112,655 100.0%

    Program salaries & related expenses 10,574,556 64.4%Admin & FR salaries & related expenses 1,234,419 7.5%Facility Costs 1,275,467 7.8%Supplies 774,359 4.7%Interest 228,253 1.4%Other 460,712 2.8%Depreciation & Amortization 295,054 1.8%Transportation & Travel 807,214 4.9%Purchased Services 479,743 2.9%In-Kind 148,314 0.9%Special Events 150,199 0.9%

    16,428,290.00 100.0%

    CLP - Community Living Program, AFHA Adult Family Home Agency, CCL Community Care Licensing, ICF Intermediate Care Facility

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    Mission: To improve the lives of those we serve.

    Vision: To be recognized as the premier provider of a dynamic spectrum of individualized services supporting persons with special needs.

    VALUES: At Home of Guiding Hands we:

    Provide high-quality person-centered service as determined by the needs of customers and clients Advocate for individuals and families to enhance their quality of life Are a dynamic organization that is forward-thinking, and uses our resources wisely Act with integrity and professionalism, and we treat all persons with respect Encourage and support open and honest communication and mutual respect throughout the

    organization Value accountability to our service recipients, donors, community partners, community, and ourselves Operate in a fiscally responsible, sustainable, and effective manner Value our staff and encourage teamwork

    Alison

    Age 36

    When Alison was 32 years old, she decided that it was time to make the leap from living with her parents to living independently in the community. While Alison was excited, her mother was very nervous. With help from our Community Living Program, Alison was able to secure an apartment that fit within her price range. She currently receives weekly support from her counselors with budgeting, cooking, and laundry. Proud of herself for reaching her goal, Alison says that living independently is one of the biggest accomplishments of her life!

    HGH honors and supports individuals who want to live independently.

    Home of Guiding Hands is Community, Inclusion, Acceptance, and Innovation

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    What we do:

    HGH provides a continuum of services for all ages: early childhood development serving infants and toddlers; residential services for children, adolescents and adults; in-home respite serving all ages; a community living program; counseling and family support services; and a variety of quality of life programs in San Diego and Imperial County for 47 years.

    We believe that individuals thrive when they can direct their own lives in a setting that offers a more fulfilling lifestyle, provides individualized attention, increases opportunities for self-sufficiency, and encourages greater community integration and access. These are the guiding principles behind everything we do at HGH.

    Who we are:

    We are partners, facilitators, community members, and teachers for the individuals and families we serve.

    Benny

    Age 3

    Since Benny was two years old he has been working on his communication skills with an early childhood educator at HGH. She has helped him use his words to express himself, which makes it easier to talk to his mommy, daddy, and grandma.

    Thomas the Tank Engine, toy cars, making people laugh, and listening to music are all things that make Benny a happy boy. He is really good at climbing on the furniture at home, and he loves to watch the fish swim around in his fish tank. We are excited to see Benny excel in his speech and know he is headed towards great things!

    Family-centered, relationship-based,

    culturally-responsive and tailored to each child.

    Home of Guiding Hands is Community, Inclusion, Acceptance, and Innovation

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    Liam

    Age 12

    Liam moved to HGH in July 2012. He was struggling with how to effectively communicate his needs and wants. He lives with other children his age who have developmental disabilities and similar struggles. Through teamwork, which includes Liam, his parents, his house staff, school, and doctors, Liam is blossoming! He is learning to communicate successfully and make good choices. He is working on a variety of life skills which will increase his independence as he grows into adulthood. He enjoys Legos, books, computers, art, swimming, camping with his family