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2015 Highlights & 2016 Initiatives

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Guadalupe Centers
2015 Highlights & 2016 Initiatives

Teen Pregnancy Assistance

Served
261
unduplicated pregnant and/or parenting adolescents (ages 13-20)
Case management
Access prenatal and postpartum services
Diapers, bottles, formula, cribs, car seats
Assistance with family planning, housing, job placement, utilities and more
2015 NCLR Conference
Kansas City
320 Students

2016 Initiatives
Human Resources
Improve benefits to employees
Implement performance appraisal system
Create more career ladders
Complete continuity planning for senior team, directors and managers

Real Estate
Complete Master Plan for campus
Complete Renovation of Community Center/Preschool Building
Continue to make improvements to school facilities
Market underutilized properties for sale or lease

2016 Initiatives, cont.
Strategy/Planning
Establish organizational dashboard with program and financial success measures
Finalize and approve multi-year financial proforma
Capital reserves
Operating reserves
Conduct business plans for each of the three areas of the organization: Education, Human Services, and Youth Services

Technology
Explore creating a Customer Relationship Management system and database
Create a connected internal network
Implement technology upgrades (software, hardware and bandwidth)


Substance Abuse
Treatment & Prevention
Human Services
Family Support

Financial Opportunity Center

HIV/AIDS Prevention

Older Adults Services

Substance Abuse Counseling

Teen Pregnancy Assistance

Workforce Services

3,800+ individuals served by Human Services
Youth Programs
Early Childhood Education

Summer School

Youth Development

Youth Athletics

1650+ youth served via Youth Programs
HIV/AIDS Prevention
1,436
individuals provided education and testing
446
Female,
990
Male
270
Youth (ages 13-19)
80%
increased awareness of high risk behaviors

136
assessed high risk
Pre- and post-test counseling
Ongoing case management
507
Households Assisted
1927
Individuals Impacted

Food assistance
(415)
Households sustained housing
(55)
Utility assistance
(230)
Housing related support services
(75)

75%
of households received additional public and private resources
506
individuals served

Treatment Services
138
individuals
47%
abstained from use of mood altering substances
56%
made progress with at least 2 personal treatment goals

Prevention Services
368
participants
83%
Youth increased awareness of impact of substance use, ability to identify alternatives to use, improvement in healthy coping skills
90%
Parents increased knowledge of community resources
Family Support Program
Youth Athletics
Year-Round Organized Athletics
Youth Ages 4-18
Basketball, Baseball, Soccer
and Volleyball
858

Participants
95%

Completed season

Elementary School
294

Students
Added
80
students
NWEA testing demonstrates growth in Reading and Math
All students receiving Spanish each day
Middle School
197
Students
On average,
1.5-2
years of growth for students in ELA and Math
New Robotics Team
Located to new building
High School
320

students
80%
of graduates are attending either a 2- or 4-year college/university
Performed above state average of Proficient and Advanced students on Algebra 1, English 2, and Biology
End of Course Assessments
Older Adults Services
Served
459

clients
Delivered nearly
25,000

meals
75%
of clients served are low income

Workforce/Job Placement
Assessed
493
individuals seeking employment
Over
90%
served were low income
Established new partnership with UPS with
20+
youth employed

Financial Opportunity Center
Provided case management to over

30
clients
(six months)
Became a VITA site (free tax preparation) and assisted
80+
clients
Hosted Julian Castro
U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Guadalupe Centers
To improve the quality of life for individuals and families living in Kansas City's Latino neighborhoods and communities

We do this by providing high quality programs and services in the areas of
Education
Human Services
Youth Programs
Youth Development
Served
622
youth through a variety of programs:
After School Program
(85)
Life Skills Education
(52)
Summer School
(325)
Club KC
(200)

85%
of students completed summer school successfully (high attendance, good grades, and good behavior)

90%
of students completing Life Skills course increased knowledge of tools to engage in positive behaviors and avoid negative ones (e.g. -drug/alcohol use, violence)


Early Childhood Education
Served
172
students
FRL
(92%)
& ELL
(86%)
80%
of ELL students showed growth per Ages and Stages Questionnaire
85%
of students showed gains as measured by DRDP
70%
of parents feel more confident to implement learning strategies at home Transitioned
53
children to Kindergarten


Passed Federal Review for Head Start & Maintained NAEYC Accreditation
Awarded Bank of america
neighborhood builder award
Governor Jay Nixon meets with our students
Renovated and opened new Buildings for
High School and Elementary school
Development/Marketing
Approve and implement new branding initiative
Launch individual membership program
Implement aggressive private fundraising plan
Improve on success of 2015 events

Programmatic
Serve more individuals and families
Improve cross-team collaboration
Enhance quality of services and outcomes measurement
Establish organizational wide client tracking system
Create and implement a client satisfaction feedback tool

Education System
Elementary School (K-3)

Middle School (6-8)

High School (9-12)

800+ students enrolled in system
2016 Initiatives, cont.
In 2015 we served nearly
7,300
individuals

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