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2 BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT Lynette D. Hurd VP/Branch Manager, Union Bank of California VICE PRESIDENT Robin Traylor Partner, Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek TREASURER Judy Crippen CPA SECRETARY Tammy Kwasigroch VP/Retail Banking Manager, Opus Bank PAST PRESIDENT Paul Davis Members Services Director Eastern Operations, Vistage International, Inc. MEMBERS AT LARGE Brad Antt Real Estate Investor & Developer, Pacific View Corp. Lisa Armacost, PhD Family Wealth Management Sonya Berg Partner, Mission West Properties Anthony Bollotta President, Bollotta Entertainment Nicole DeBerg VP Financial Services, San Diego Housing Commission Brett Drake Program Manager, Qualcomm Inc. Evelyn F. Heidelberg Partner, Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP Mel Kurtulus, MD Physician, San Diego Women s Health Larissa Kerstetter Miracle Babies Bryan Lee Real Estate Agent, San Diego City Homes Richard Mackey VP Brand Marketing, LPL Financial Jaye Nash Peer Counselor, Home Start, Inc. Jeff Simpson Client Executive, Barney & Barney, LLC Desiree Wilson Estate Planning & Taxation Specialist A MESSAGE FROM OUR CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND BOARD PRESIDENT Home Start is entering its 42nd year of providing essential child abuse prevention services to families and children throughout San Diego County. The following is a comprehensive review of the services that we have provided to more than 36,000 individuals in San Diego County. The following words scarcely do justice to the lifechanging results achieved by these families. Our mission is to promote the safety and nurturance of children by fostering healthy families and communities. To treat and prevent child abuse, it is important that we not only address the children at-risk, but the underlying issues and work with the whole family. It is through our staff, volunteers and donors that we are able to bring a holistic approach to the lives of families across San Diego County. This has been a busy and exciting year for Home Start! To meet community needs, we have expanded our services for homeless young women and their children by opening a second site for our Maternity Shelter Program; the only shelter in San Diego that offers housing and specialized services exclusively to homeless pregnant women and new mothers ages This program provides residents with case management, parenting classes, child development education, employment readiness and behavioral health services. For families in need, Home Start serves as a community safety net, providing evidence-based services, support and healing during a time of great challenge. Caring and professional help provided by our staff through home visits, or in neighborhood centers, is often the essential human contact clients need to regain hope and move toward a healthy and promising future. This report summarizes the outcomes delivered by Home Start in 2013 to more than 8,500 families. It highlights the myriad of programs provided by our staff and interns, and imparts a fraction of the lifechanging impact that these services provide. The success of Home Start is made possible through generous funding from government agencies, foundations, corporate partners and individuals. To everyone who has supported Home Start and the children and families that we serve, we extend our heartfelt gratitude for your willingness to make a difference with us, and for sharing our conviction that every child in San Diego deserves to live and thrive in a safe, stable and nurturing home. With warm regards, Evelyn Wiggins Attorney, Law Office of Ferris & Britton Tyler Younger Branch Manager, U.S. Bank Lynette D. Hurd President, Home Start, Inc. Board of Directors Laura A. Mustari, LCSW Home Start, Inc. Chief Executive Offi cer

3 E X EC U TI V E M A N AG E ME NT T E AM L a u ra A. Mustari, LCSW C h i e f Exe cut ive Of f ice r Paula G uerra, Ph D Di r e ctor of P rog rams G le nda Maxwell, PHR Di r e c to r of Hu man Re s ou r ce s Bryce G uth rie Di r e c to r of Bu s i ne s s and Finance Suzan n e McClain Di r e c to r of Deve lopme nt P RO G R A M M A N AG E ME NT T E AM Silvia G arc ia, MA Prog ram M an ag e r H e alt h c ar e Acce s s Out r e ach Se r vice s Joyce Dic kau, MPH De p uty Di r e ctor of P rog rams Co m m u n i ty S e r vice s for Familie s C hr i sto p he r Fragiskatos, Ph D Prog ram M an ag e r Me nt al He alt h Se r vice s Kate Bedwell, MSW Prog ram M an ag e r Fam i ly S e lf- Su f ficie ncy Se r vice s Home Start served 36,000 clients during fiscal year ,206 received services (case management, emergency assistance, therapy, application assistance, tax preparation, etc.). 19,794 received outreach and information. W W W. H O M E - S TA RT. O R G 3

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5 HEALTHCARE ACCESS OUTREACH (HAO) HAO provides services to lower income children ages 0-5 and pregnant women who lack adequate health insurance. Regular health care is important for a child s well-being and physical development. We help families access public health insurance which is available at little to no-cost: n Medi-Cal: no-cost comprehensive health, dental and vision coverage for children and pregnant women n Targeted Low-Income Children s Program: lowcost health, dental and vision coverage for children who are not eligible for no-cost Medi-Cal n Access for Infants and Mothers (AIM): health insurance for uninsured pregnant women who are not eligible for Medi-Cal 17,834 families with children 0-5 received outreach information regarding Medi-Cal and Targeted Low Income Children s Health Program and the importance of preventative healthcare 2,427 children 0-5 received application assistance 571 pregnant women received application assistance COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR FAMILIES (CSF) The goal of CSF is to promote child safety, child well-being and stable living environments for children. n Home-based parent education and case management services n Linking families with community resources n Community-based parent education classes n Parent Partners - a peer support program for parents involved with Child Welfare Services. Priority is given to families who are currently involved with Child Welfare Services. CSF services are free of charge and are offered in several regions of the County by Home Start and partner agencies. 787 families received case management services through the CSF program 1,348 families with children 0-5 received referrals and assistance in linking to needed services HOME START, INC. (HSI) COUNSELING CENTER With sensitivity to the needs of each individual and family we serve, our professional counselors offer therapeutic services to promote healing, personal growth, healthy interpersonal relationships, and positive life transitions. Our Mental Health Services include: n Individual, family, couples, and group counseling sessions n Support groups for adult survivors of child abuse n Counseling and psychotherapy n Parent-Child Interaction Therapy * n Play therapy n Psychological testing n Trauma treatment for victims of crime n Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy * *Nationally recognized Evidence-Based Best Practice Through all of Home Start s Mental Health Programs: 392 children received therapy 398 calls received by the information and referral line referral line Funded in part by First 5 San Diego 5

6 PARENT-CHILD INTERACTION THERAPY (PCIT) PCIT is an evidence-based best practice supported by more than 30 years of research. Through an earpiece, specially trained therapists coach caregivers as they interact with their child. Caregivers learn relationship enhancing skills and parenting techniques for improving their child s behavior. Children who have been victims of abuse often struggle with issues related to attachment, safety and connection with adults. PCIT promotes the attachment between caregiver and child. Feeling loved and cared for helps nurture every child s emotional, physical and cognitive health. Connection with a safe adult sets the foundation for appropriate behaviors, future relationships and a sense of identity and purpose. CHILD ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM (CHAT) This program is specifically designed to provide therapy to youth 17 years of age and younger who have been victims of abuse/traumatic event, or are at risk of becoming victims. These services include: n Crisis intervention and stabilization n Intake and screening n Information and referral n Assessment based treatment planning n Trauma treatment services n Parent-Child Interaction Therapy * n Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy * n Case management n Advocacy n Assistance with accessing state funding for treatment n Preparation and support for children participating in court proceedings *Nationally recognized Evidence-Based Best Practice CRIME VICTIMS COUNSELING SERVICE (VOC) VOC provides adult, youth and family long-term trauma treatment to victims of crime. Crimes suffered by victims may include: n Sexual abuse, physical abuse or neglect n Domestic violence n Assault n Rape n Kidnapping n Homicide attempts 6

7 MATERNITY SHELTER PROGRAM (MSP) The Maternity Shelter Program gives homeless women ages 1824, who are pregnant or parenting, housing and supportive services. MSP provides these women with a home and educational programs to give them the tools they will need to become self-sufficient and develop healthy relationships with their children. Specifically, residents are provided with parenting education, job readiness training, financial literacy and higher education support. 27 homeless young women received housing and supportive services. 32 homeless children received housing and supportive services. W W W. H O M E - S TA RT. O R G 7

8 FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER (FOC) The FOC provides participants with financial, employment and income support services for a three-year period through both oneon-one counseling and group workshops. By establishing a long-term relationship, providing resources, focusing on debt reduction and asset accumulation, the FOC can improve the overall quality of life for families. Clients are provided with: n Credit review and education, budgeting, and access to financial products and credit building and repair n Resumé and interview preparation, job search and networking strategies and education planning n Income tax preparation 93 enrolled in the program 68 individuals obtained employment 37 individuals improved their credit scores 45 individuals increased their net income 45 individuals increased their net worth FAMILY SELF SUFFICIENCY SERVICES (FSS) FSS offers families a hand up through a continuum of care to help move individuals and families toward self sufficiency. Working from a strengthbased perspective, each client is treated as a partner in the creation of individualized service plans. Continuum of care includes: n Emergency food and shelter assistance n Nutrition education n Benefits application assistance n Workforce development support n Free tax consultation, education and preparation n Financial literacy services 390 individuals obtained employment 1,954 families received emergency food assistance 4,467 individuals received emergency food assistance 74 families received shelter assistance 3,894 State and Federal returns prepared by Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites operated by Home Start $2,809,451 in Federal refunds received by clients $83,000 in State refunds received by clients $2,573,434 in Earned Income Tax Credits received by clients $173,720 in Child Tax Credits received by clients 8

9 2013/12 FINANCIALS STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION June 30, 2013 and 2012 OPERATING ASSETS Cash $2,235,920 $1,308,839 Grants and Accounts Receivable 1,074, ,316 Prepaid Expenses and other 59,047 48,564 Investments 669, ,727 Total Operating Assets $4,038,637 $2,472,446 FIXED ASSETS Building, Land & Equipment less accumulated depreciation 1,759,404 1,063,993 Total Assets $5,798,041 $3,536,439 STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES For the years ended June 30, 2013 and 2012 REVENUE Contracts and Grants $4,727,664 $4,768,163 Contributed Services and Materials 882,319 1,031,660 Program Service Fees 318, ,542 Contributions - Foundations 108, ,358 Contributions - Individuals and Other 1,593, ,153 Special Events 201, ,296 Interest Income and Other 23,380 11,572 Total Revenues $7,855,227 $6,627,744 LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 183, ,805 Accrued Expenses 286, ,240 Note Payable 459,000 0 Line of Credit 0 0 Total Liabilities $929,249 $360,045 NET ASSETS Unrestricted 4,819,549 3,119,791 Temporarily Restricted 49,243 55,603 Permanently Restricted 0 1,000 Total Net Assets $4,868,792 $3,176,394 Total Liabilities and Net Assets $5,798,041 $3,536,439 EXPENSES Salaries $3,024,634 $2,755,187 Benefits 715, ,047 Contributed Services and Materials 882,319 1,031,660 Subcontracts 307, ,645 Occupancy & Utilities 258, ,627 Mileage 92,278 76,980 Emergency Assistance 349, ,061 Equipment 38,332 24,509 Other 493, ,967 Total Expenses $6,162,829 $5,970,683 Change in Net Assets $1,692,398 $657, /13 REVENUE 2012/13 EXPENSES 60.18% CONTRACTS & GRANTS 11.23% CONTRIBUTED SERVICES & MATERIALS 4.05% PROGRAM SERVICE FEES 1.38% CONTRIBUTIONS - FOUNDATIONS 20.29% CONTRIBUTIONS - INDIVIDUALS 2.56% SPECIAL EVENTS 0.29%.INTEREST INCOME & OTHER 49.07% SALARIES 11.61% BENEFITS 14.31% CONTRIBUTED SERVICES & MATERIALS 4.99% SUBCONTRACTS 4.19% OCCUPANCY & UTILITIES 1.49% MILEAGE 5.67% EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE 0.62% EQUIPMENT 8.01% OTHER 9 5

10 OUR GENEROUS DONORS AND FUNDERS Distinguished Circle $20,000 and above California Dept. of Health Services California Emergency Management Agency The County of San Diego Health & Human Services County of San Diego Ellen Browning Scripps Foundation Family Health Centers of San Diego First 5 of San Diego County Jacobs Charitable Remainder Unitrust Local Initiatives Support Corporation Neighborhood Healthcare North County Lifeline Palomar Pomerado Health Development Rady Children s Hospital of San Diego County Rodeki Foundation SAY San Diego United Way of San Diego County U.S. Housing and Urban Development Benefactors $10,000 - $19,999 Galinson Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation Internal Revenue Service Qualcomm Foundation St. Germaine Children s Charity San Diego Public Library Foundation Stacy A. Matseas Charitable Fund U.S. Bank Union Bank Wells Fargo Foundation Patron $5,000 - $9,999 Dr. Seuss Fund at The San Diego Foundation Emerson Network Power Juliette M. Condo Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation San Diego Gas & Electric The TJX Foundation Tri-City Medical Center Partners $1,000 - $4,999 Jim Abbott K. Andrew Achterkirchen Alliance Healthcare Foundation Lisa Armacost Armacost Hoffman Family Trust Aneesa Baker Sonya Berg Jo Ann Berman Sharmila Bhushan BioCom Blum & Clark, CPA Anthony Bollotta Bollotta & Associates Build-a-Bear Workshop Foundation, Inc. California Coast Credit Union Stacy Canan Cox Communications Judith and Ted Crippen Cubic Corporation Cynthia Gurrola David Paul Davis Easy Cash Community Pawn Center, Inc. Brenda Fake Jess Glass George Hecht Jimbo s Natural Family Inc John and Sally Thornton Foundation Bill Kopman KP Financial Services Ops Bryan Lee LPL Financial Richard Mackey Macy s Corporate Services, Inc. Greg Matwiyoff Dalyce McClintock Betsy McHenry Rene McKee Araceli Mohamed Lisbeth Morrison Laura Mustari Nordson Pack Foundation Procopio Pure Water Technology Redline Surgical Corporation Donna Marie Robinson Valerie Roth Mark Rotherman San Diego County Credit Union The San Diego Foundation - Genny Rojas Fund San Diego County Employees Charitable Org. San Diego Legal Secretaries Assn. Seltzer Kaplan Sempra Energy Silvergate Bank Jaci Smith Solar Turbines Sorteo Games David Swanson The Sundt Foundation Jan Tisdale and Peggy Walkush L. Vervaecke Viejas Casino Vistage WD-40 Company Tammy Weldner Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Foundation Evelyn Wiggins Friends $100 - $999 Neville Alleyene Don Ambrose Noel Andersen Teresa Anderson The Arc of San Diego Artsung Astec America, Inc. Juanita Atitso Susan Atkins Taila Ayay Chuck Bahde Janice Bart Ellen Berman Dr. Berritt Nick Biancamano Celeste Bostian John Bottfeld Bradford Antt Angelika Caceido Jennifer Campbell Jean Carstensen Gina Caserma The Century Club of San Diego Debbie Chaddock Thomas Chavez Budd Cherry City Cheverolet Volkswagen Jennifer Clark Patricia Clavell Kay Coleman and Janice Montle Community Service Assn. Dione Conway Brad Cooperman Alexandra Cortes William Coveny, III Gigi C Cramer Keith Crawford David Isaman and Janet McAfee Sandra C. De Gracia Debra Dold Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation Debtwave Carl DeMaio Lisa DeMarco Joyce Dickau Beverly Jones DiGregorio John Domenichelli Margot Dorn Brett Drake Mike Dunn Heidi Edgerly John Elder Stephen Finn Branda Flores Glen Freiberg David Galluccio Carlos Garcia Lorin Getline Steve Gilmore Cheryl Giustiniano Janice Graham Valerie Grandgirard Steve Gray Marcia Green Bridget Grimes Paula Guerra Kathy Hagerstrom Hahn, Loeser and Parks Krisztina Halas Lyn Hall Evelyn Heidelberg David Heinen Lynda Higgs Carlton Hill Sally Hixson HP Company Foundation Lynette Hurd Jessica Husson Jake s on 6th A Wine Bar Shawn Jensen Todd Kaprielian Aleck Karis Johnn Keen, Jr. Rose Keene Melody Kellogg Colleen Kendall and Georgia Griffi ths Yolanda Kenney Tara Kern Janette Kolega Alora Koudelka Roger Kube, Kube, Jr. Erik Kudrna Judah Kuhn Pamela Kurz Tammy Kwasigroch Amasa Lacy Charlie C. Lakony Carl Latkowski Theresa Latosh Sylvia Levinson Todd Lingle Melanie M. Madrid Allen Magnusson Michael Martella Laura Martella Deborah Martin and Linda Barner Kari Martone Rick Mastaler D.J. Master Desiree Master Shannon Matwyioff Glenda Maxwell Jason McAllister Maeve McConville Ray McHenry McKesson Foundation Lisa McKnight Andrea Migdal Lorie Miles Janice Montle Jerry Moreland Carol Morris Pete Mousis Antony Murigu N. Zechter & D. Zechter Randy Newman C. Noghera Irene Oberbauer Teresa Palzkill Saomorn Pang Marie Parker Kristin Patrick David Perkins Pamela Perry PKF, Inc. Jason Puga April Purcell Kevin Radi Rosa M. Raminez Susan Randerson Connie Reckling Ryan Redmond Kristy R. Rennie David Roberts Kathy Rodriguez Arthur Roke Ron Timmons - Dayton Foundation Val Rothman Patrick Roybal Carole Sachs Raymond Samis Nancy Sasaki Dannah Schifter Liz Schneider Scripps Assist Employee Volunteer Club Sempra Energy Foundation Anita Serhan Jeffrey Simpson Leonard Simpson Judith Slack Steven Slebioda Frank Smal David Smith Kathrin Sparks Jim Stewart Lauri Stock Angela Storm Clint Surginer C. Suringer Jackie Surpin Timothy Taylor Paula Taylor Donald Taylor Techone Group LLC David Titus Sharon Trapolino Kerry Traylor Robin Traylor Melesse Traylor Robert Traylor Robert Triulzi Dejah Urbanovitch US Bank Foundation Michael Valdepena Pierrette Van Cleve Carol Ward Jason Warner Oliver Welty Samuel Whiting Susan and Adam Whitney Anna Mae Wiggins Jennifer Personette Williams Ronna Williams Anne Wilson Grant Wilson Stanley Wong Thomas Woods Yolanda Worley Forrest Wright Michael Wrobel Scott Yates Dylan Yates Yoav Yerushalmi Nathan Zechter Supporters $20 - $99 Luz A Alarcon Marcia Alleyne Willian Alverson Nour-Dean Anaker Holly Arnold Kitty Bailey Wezenet Baire Linda Barner Charles Bass Kate Bedwell Pamela Bentz Lisa Birdine Stephen Bloum Joseph Bonilla Matthew Brennan Crissy Bucuan Doris Kay Bullock Dr. Daniel Charlton Roy Coss, Jr. Kevin Cotta Linda Crawford 10

11 Matthew Cunningham Nicole DeBerg Maureen D DeJesus T.L. Ditzel Debra A. Dold Leo Drake Education Synergy Consulting, Inc. Angel Enriquez Wendy Falcon Gerrie Fenton Demian Ferdinand Jan Ferree Laurent Fischer Naomi Ford-Naungayan Valmere Frager James Friedhofer Lauri Fultz Federick Gaines, Jr. Silvia Garica-Cuevas Patty Gates Daniel Goodwin Gary Gover Wayne Graham Alan Green Kerry Scott Grimes Arlene Guthrie Mary Hahlbohm Dave Hall Terry Haskin Erin Hatfield Elaine Heard Joan Helland Angela Helmle Bruce Hopkins Brenda Hunsucker Thomas Hutchings Flor Jimenez Jeff Johnson Lynne Johnston April Kapchinske Sophia Kavoulakos Sarah Kimball Genevieve Knych-Rohan Robin Kohler Virginia La Chance Leslie Laubscher Mark Leisman Elizabeth Lemesevski Kelly Mackaig Fiona Mackin-Jha Maria Mendoza Jerome Meunier Mobile Giving Foundation Christina Moran Marion Morris Nemo Grant (Techone Group) Liliana Orihuela Thomas Packard Brad Pagano Fred Paisley Josue Pandel Annie Parrish Paola Perez-Preve Dave Perkins Richard Phillips Leanna Pierce Michael Pondrom Larry Porter Sharon Posan Lawrence Potter Xochitl Quirk Lynn Ann Reagan Janis Reital Annie Rice Toni Robin Bonnie Sabb Adriene Sanders Beverly Schmier Wendy Serda Mishelle Shinn Jessie Singer Jeff Sipe Bernard Slack Dustin Slack Jared Solomon Christy Stevenson Jeff Stinebiser Katherine Straup B. Surpin Jared Svendsen Kenneth McNeill Taylor, Jr. Sherry Tewanger Sheryl Thomas Karina Valdez Audrey Vanderveen Jose Velasco Wendy Villaneva Irina Vlas Sandy Walker Sandra Weeks Adam Whitney Richard Wildman Lesley Willard Ronna William Danielle Wohlfehrt Thomas Wyczawski Renee Zakar In-Kind 10 News Behind the Scenes Tour 6th Grade Class at Arroyo Vista ADP Alaska Airlines American Century The American Comedy Co. Appellate Defenders, Inc. Lisa Armacost Megan Arnaes Art 50/200 Arthur Murray Dance Studio Ashford University Atelier Aucoin Salon Atlantis Resort and Hotel Aviara Golf Academy Baker Family Jaycee Baker Sauders Barona Resort and Casino Bed, Bath & Beyond Bella Real Estate LLC Belly Up Tavern Beta Sigma PI Bettina s Custom Catering, Inc. Bev Mo Birch Aquarium Ella Blanc Bleu Boheme Blue Door Winery Anthony Bollotta Bollotta Entertainment Katie Bowen Brewery Tours of San Diego Kathy Bruton Jolie Budau Burger Lounge Restaurant Tammy Burreece Alexander Burton Cabot Creamery California Bank & Trust Callaway Vineyard & Winery Jen Campbell Suzanne Carnaroli John Carnaroli Family Vanessa Carrillo CASAS The Century Club Charming Charlie Charriol USA Cheesecake Factory Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Clearview Eye and Laser Medical Center Taylor Cohen Cohn Restaurant Group Bill Coleman CorePower Yoga Corine Maggio Natural Designs Coronado Playhouse Carol Courland Gigi Cramer Less Cross Crusin Condos Curves Cushman & Wakefield Del Mar Thoroughbred Club Delta Airlines Kimberly DeRieux DNC June Doheay Double Tree Hotel Dr. Phil Show Dr. Vogt Brett Drake EdgeWave Gives Back Embassy Suites San Diego Bay - Downtown The Estancia La Jolla Spa and Hotel The Event Team Farms Golf Club Daphne Fields Fiesta De Reyes The Fish Market Robin Fishbaugh Heather Flagel Flagship Cruises & Events Fleming s La Jolla Focus Fred Astaire Dance Studio The French Gourmet Sam Garcia Corinna Gattasso Ashkan Ghahremani Glo Salon Golden Eagle Insurance The Grapeline Green Flash Brewing Company Coleen Griffin Hacienda de las Rosas Winery Hall of Champions Steve Harvey Wendy Havran Suzanne Hawkins Warren Hedley Ashela Herrera Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hilton San Diego Del Mar Judy Holler-Ignaczak Carol Hopkins Hornblower Cruise & Events Hotel Solamar Lynette Hurd Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine Indian Wells Country Club Indigo Village Foundation The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe Inner Balance Institute The Internet Titans David Isaman Japanese Friendship Garden Jeanette Ampudia & Family Amber Jillard Jimbo s Flavio Jiron John Bailey John Muir School Roxanne Johnson Veda J Johnson Sonal Kalra Kathy Hagerstrom of John Baker & Associates Larissa Kerstetter Kids Care Club - Multipule Donors Kiwanis Club of La Jolla Klasen Family Lamb s Players Theatre Lauberge Bryan Lee Legal Secretaries LEGOLAND California Dr. Stephen Lockwood Loew s Coronado Bay Resort Rachel Longiville Lonnie s Health and Wealth Lonnie Ludvigson Chelsea Luedeke Kelly Lundsten Melanie Madrid Manchester Grand Hyatt Maritime Museum Mary Murphy s Canyon Ballroom Academy Massage Mastery Kim Masuda Janet McAfee Mishelle McClanahan-Shinn The McClure Family Lauri McDaid Betsy McHery Marcia McRae Lorie Miles Mission Bay Montessori Academcy Maria Mitchel Monte De Oro Winery & Vineyards Natural History Museum Neeley Chiropractic, Inc. 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Fleet Science Center The Ritz-Carlton River Walk Golf Course Roppongi Restaurant Sushi Bar Rosarito Beach Hotel Rubio s Rubio s Performing Art Certificate Suzanne Russel Lizz Russell Safco Kazaam Salt Creek Golf Club Sammy s Woodfired Pizza San Diego Air & Space Museum San Diego Chargers San Diego City Attorney s Office - Criminal Division San Diego County Credit Union - Mission Valley San Diego Desserts & Bistro San Diego Gas & Electric San Diego Harley Davidson San Diego Ice Arena San Diego Junior Theatre The San Diego Museum of Art San Diego Legal Secretaries Assn. San Diego Museum of Man San Diego Natural History Museum San Diego Padres San Diego State Aztecs San Diego State University - Academic Affairs San Diego Symphony San Diego Theatres San Diego Wine Company San Diego Zoo and Safari Park San Pasqual Winery Danni Schift The Scripps Research Institute SDG&E Utility Accounting Department Sea World Searsucker Section 2820 Hair Studio The Shops at Mauna Lani Luz Silva Leonard Simpson Skateboard and Tony Hawk Photo Skin Care, Repair & Rejuvenation By Sandi Slater s 50/50 Amy Slike Craig Slike The Sofia Hotel - Ciara Mumford South Coast Winery Southwest Airlines Kathy Spencer Amy Spintman Spotlight Studio St. Germaine Children s Charity Stanley Steemer Station Tavern Steele Canyon Golf/Salt Creek Golf Club Tobi Steiner Stone Brewing David Stouffer Linda Stouffer Swim Basket Sycuan Resort Target Gift Card donated by C & J Nancy Taylor Paula Taylor Temec. 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12 My name is Jaye and I was raised by a single mother in a very poor area of San Diego. We did not have much money for food, so for most of my life, we ate Top Ramen noodles for every meal. It was a difficult childhood. All of my aunts and uncles were users of controlled substances and most of my cousins were in and out of foster care I did everything possible to hide from Child Protective Services (CPS) so I wouldn t end-up as part of the system. As the years went by, circumstances went from bad to worse. My mother was evicted and the place we once called home was gone. After a short stay in a hotel using welfare vouchers, we became homeless. If we were lucky, we would spend the night in my aunt s eight by eight room instead of our car, but that ended when her landlord found that eight people were sharing the room. My family and I were separated in order to find shelter for ourselves. For me, it wasn t easy. I was going to be a mother. Six weeks before the birth of my daughter, I made my way to a shelter downtown. I walked because I could not pay the bus fare. I felt miserable. I had no money, no home, I didn t know where to start or what to do. My self-esteem plummeted and because I was raised in poverty, I thought that was how my life was supposed to be. Homeless and pregnant, I blamed myself. On September 14, 2011, my daughter, Samantha, was born and my struggle to find a safe place for me and my baby was overwhelming. CPS was threatening to take my daughter from me and as a last resort I went to Samantha s grandmother asking for a place to stay. I could not help with the bills, so she quickly kicked us out. Homeless again and living in a car, I contemplated ending my life. With no blankets for warmth and starvation now affecting the amount of breast milk for my daughter, I was living a dark, hellish life. I knew that I may end up prostituting to survive. School was no longer an option and returned phone calls from social workers were often lost as I bounced between homes. Fortunately, one life-changing phone call was received my case manager called and told me about Home Start s shelter for homeless mothers. The Maternity Shelter Program, by the grace of God, invited me into their home and offered me a future. There I received many services including counseling, nutrition education and parenting skills. The staff was wonderful and gave me the encouragement that I so desperately needed in order to change my life. Today, I am a Peer Counselor at Home Start s Maternity Shelter Program helping other young women. I am a junior at SDSU and I know that with further education and stability, I can now offer my daughter a better life than I had. I plan to continue helping others gain the confidence to pursue their dreams. Dreams can become a reality, but you have to believe, and have others in your life that are there to help you realize your potential. I am forever grateful to Home Start and am proud of who I have become. For more than 42 years Home Start has provided services to prevent and treat child abuse here in San Diego. With your generous support, we will continue to make a difference in the lives of our children Texas Street, Suite 203, San Diego, CA (619)

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