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2014 Annual Report Presenter Name December 31, 2013
HOPE Overview Our mission is to transform offenders through the HOPE Community Reintegration Models using peer driven education within an evidence-based framework in order for them to re- enter society as productive and contributing members of their communities Our vision is to be the model literacy and life skills program for all prisons and jails.
Friends of HOPE 2013…Many challenges – Wonderful opportunities – Added more Volunteer Classes – Dallas County Jail – Permission to teach classes in the pod & MPR – Approval to open 64-member male pod Slight delay in opening male pod, in process now Approval to open two Bridgeport prison sites.
Texas HOPE Literacy Income & Expenses- Fiscal Year End December 31, 2013 Total Revenue & Support $113,288 Total Program Expense 50,850 Management & General Expenses 15,563 Total Expenses 81,151 Total Assets 68,301 Total Liabilities 521 Net Asset Balance 67,780
Issues and Resolutions Bridgeportopening Rescheduled for 1 st quarter 2014 Positive impact on project opening – Timing right for the units, their staff & HOPE – No negative cost factor – Building positive relationships
Dallas County Expansion Male pod opening – April 2014 George Allen Jail opening – April 2014 Classes are underway at both
April 8, 2014 Grand Opening May 2014 Accepting HOPE Clients August-September 2014 Projected Class Starts Reentry & Community Resource Office Timeline January 2014 Opening Create Data Base, Build collaborations
Looking Ahead 2015-2016 Expansion to new site(s) Expected deliverables: Install Models, literacy/life skills modules Known risks and issues – Site selection – Needs assessments – Funding Technology Volunteer availability
Dependencies and Resources Project “Techno” “Techno” Vendors Certification Programs Fundraising/Gra nts Volunteer Availability Region Staff Regional Team