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Orange County Adult Achievement Center

 225 W. Carl Karcher Way
 Anaheim, CA 92801
[P] (714) 744-5301 x 101
[F] (714) 744-5312
https://www.mydaycounts.org/
[email protected]
Michael Galliano
FOUNDED: 1951
INCORPORATED: 1955
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Organization DBA My Day Counts
Former Names Orange County Adult Achievement Center / OCAAC (2011)
Orange County Association for Retarded Citizens / OCARC (1975)
Orange County Association for Retarded Children (1952)
Organization received a competitive grant from the community foundation in the past five years No
Employer Identification Number 95-1863666 00000

Summary


Mission StatementMORE »

The mission of My Day Counts is to train people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities for success in life and work. We accomplish this by offering a variety of programs designed to enrich the lives of the individuals we serve and enable them to achieve their full potential. We provide support for people of all abilities, including employment, classroom and community-based instruction, recreational activities, motor skills and sensory awareness development, housing, case management, advocacy support, in-home education for families, independent living support, and transportation.

Mission Statement

The mission of My Day Counts is to train people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities for success in life and work. We accomplish this by offering a variety of programs designed to enrich the lives of the individuals we serve and enable them to achieve their full potential. We provide support for people of all abilities, including employment, classroom and community-based instruction, recreational activities, motor skills and sensory awareness development, housing, case management, advocacy support, in-home education for families, independent living support, and transportation.

FinancialsMORE »

Fiscal Year 2019
Projected Expenses $10,235,374.00
Projected Revenue $10,354,740.00

ProgramsMORE »

  • The LIFE Training Activity Program (TAP)
  • Consumer Choice Day Activity Program (CCDAP)
  • Life Unlimited
  • Community Employment Services (CES)
  • Family Connections

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Overview


Mission Statement

The mission of My Day Counts is to train people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities for success in life and work. We accomplish this by offering a variety of programs designed to enrich the lives of the individuals we serve and enable them to achieve their full potential. We provide support for people of all abilities, including employment, classroom and community-based instruction, recreational activities, motor skills and sensory awareness development, housing, case management, advocacy support, in-home education for families, independent living support, and transportation.

Background Statement

Since 1951, My Day Counts has a rich history of developing and launching innovative services never before offered to people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities in Orange County. From the beginning, our founding parents discovered there were few opportunities for their children and friends to be included socially, find gainful employment and live independently. It was because of these limited opportunities and lack of services to aid people with disabilities, that the organization was founded. My Day Counts provides life empowering programs and services to more than 450 adults with disabilities, both onsite at a 60,000 square foot facility in Anaheim as well as throughout the greater Orange County community.
 
Today, My Day Counts’ programs provide support, opportunities and quality services meant to engage, empower and provide access to the community. Each participant is given the tools and choice to develop and grow, build self-esteem, and be treated with dignity, respect, honesty and compassion. Our organization offers programs that make a life-changing impact on participants, improve their physical and overall sense of well-being, and remove barriers to employment. Without these important services, many of the participants would be isolated, prevented from making meaningful choices about their daily lives, have no opportunity for employment, or live in a restricted environment lacking in social engagement and opportunity.

Impact Statement

As a result of regulatory changes, My Day Counts began a complete organizational transformation, starting with replacing the Work Activity Program with the LIFE Training Activity Program and Community Employment Services programs. We continued improvements by investing in equipment and 50 outcomes-based curriculum courses as well as by providing staff education and training to implement and deliver the new training materials.
 
The next phase included structural changes to the Anaheim facility. Equally as important as the changes to the way we provide services, is our focus on ensuring program growth and long-term sustainability for the organization. Our initiatives include a greater emphasis on community outreach, board development and recruitment, and strategic philanthropic engagement.
 
In 2018, we received a three-year letter of accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), which certifies that My Day Counts continually strives to advance the quality of services and programs for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities for the ultimate goal of empowering these individuals to find success in life and work.
 
In the next year, My Day Counts will serve 600 people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities through one or more of our seven programs, complete the curriculum for the remaining 400 courses, establish six additional partnerships with local businesses willing to hire/work with our work crews, affording participants more technical training opportunities and options, maintain a 77% success rate for CES program graduates in permanent employment for 12 months or longer, complete Phase One of the construction projects by 4th quarter of 2020 needed to fully implement the organization transformation, 90% of program participants will report satisfaction with their employment opportunities and 90% of family members/caregivers will report satisfaction in the services offered to their participant.

Needs Statement

As a result of regulatory changes at the state and federal levels, My Day Counts began a complete organizational transformation. Improvements included investing in equipment and 50 outcomes-based curriculum courses as well as by providing staff education and training to implement and deliver the new training materials. Plus, our organization heavily invested in structural changes to the Anaheim facility in order to deliver the new programs.
 
My Day Counts faces more than $500,000 in unreimbursed expenses over the next three years to completely transform the 60,000 sq. ft. facility by constructing a Training Center and open-air Instruction Labs, provide staff development and training to implement and deliver the new material, complete an organizational management restructure, purchase materials and supplies for the new curriculum, and invest in the remaining 400 courses needed for LIFE TAP and CES in order to implement the organizational transformation.
Equally as important as the changes to the way we provide services, is our focus on ensuring program growth and long-term sustainability for the organization. Our initiatives include a greater emphasis on community outreach, board development and recruitment, and strategic philanthropic engagement.

CEO Statement

In the past 12 months, I can hardly believe just how much we have accomplished! I am so grateful that so many of our supporters were active partners in helping us to provide life-enhancing programs and services to nearly 500 adults with developmental or other intellectual disabilities in our community.
 
You may have heard about the recent regulatory changes in our industry, which required a complete shift in the way we help our participants. Ironically, some of the skills we teach participants are to adapt to the environment and be flexible to change. To ‘practice what we preach’, we embraced these required changes and used this opportunity to completely audit our programs to determine how we can do a better job!
 
Led by our values and in partnership with important members of our community, we developed our groundbreaking, new training philosophy, which allows us to offer programs that make a life-changing impact on participants, improve their physical and overall sense of wellbeing, and remove barriers to employment.
 
Because of our rich history of developing and launching innovative services to bridge the gap in opportunities for our participants—we have replaced the Work Activity Program with the LIFE Training Activity Program (TAP) and Community Employment Services (CES), invested $621,780 in the nearly-completed construction of our open-air classrooms as well as purchasing vehicles and equipment for our three-person work crews. We’ve already seen some terrific results too—95% of our TAP and CES participants have maintained employment for six months or longer!
There is still much to do, but our continued success fuels our drive to complete our transformation. And we certainly don’t do this important work alone. We are so grateful to so many hardworking individuals, foundations and corporations who supported us through another year of growth and change. We accomplished so much together!
 
But our work is never done! Our story is on-going, and as long as our participants want success in life and work—we will continue to invest in people of all abilities to provide them with meaningful services and programs, so they may be empowered to find new opportunities and reach their full potential.
 
In the coming 12 months, I look forward to seeing how these changes increase each participant’s own success and how it will impact each of their stories. I hope you’ll join me at one of our special events or by taking a tour of our facility!
 
Michael Galliano
President & CEO

Board Chair Statement

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Other Ways to Donate/Volunteer

We need your help to fulfill our mission of training people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities for success in life and work. There are many ways you can help us make life better for one of the most underserved and disenfranchised populations in our community. Here are some ways your financial support can help: $1,000 - underwrites the cost to prepare one disabled adult to find a job in the community. $500 - provides a group of 25 disabled adults with support to participate in a community activity. $250 - offers computer skills courses and training for one disabled adult. $100 - covers the cost of one group life-skills class. $50 - helps a group of profoundly disabled participants walk with the assistance of a walker. $25 - provides curriculum supplies for an adult with disabilities for one year. Or surprise us. Every gift matters! Gifts can be made by check (payable to My Day Counts) through the mail, by credit card on our website or over the phone. You can also sign up for monthly, quarterly or annual recurring gifts. Planned Gifts, Stocks, Securities and In-Kind Gifts are also welcomed. Gifts can be designated to specific program or made in honor of- or in memory of someone special. Our administrative and fundraising expenses are approximately 8%, which means that 92-cents of every dollar donated goes directly to services and programs to help adults with disabilities. My Day Counts offers a variety of corporate and individual volunteer opportunities, from teaching classes to program participants, providing office support, helping at an upcoming event or collaborating on special service projects. Should you or your volunteer group wish to discuss additional opportunities or special skills you’d like to share with our organization, please contact us. Contact us today to learn how you can make a difference! Please call us at 714-744-5301 or visit our website www.mydaycounts.org.

Geographic Area Served

North Orange County
Central Orange County
West Orange County

My Day Counts serves people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, 100% of whom are low income. Our program participants primarily reside in North Orange County, California, and most are served at one of our two locations in Anaheim.
City of Residence:
Anaheim 35%
Fullerton 8%
Buena Park 8%
Garden Grove 7%
Santa Ana 7%
Orange 6%
Not Specified 9%
Other 20%

Organization Categories

  1. Human Services - Developmentally Disabled Services/Centers
  2. Human Services - Adult Day Care
  3. Human Services - Centers to Support the Independence of Specific Populations

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Programs


The LIFE Training Activity Program (TAP)

The LIFE Training Activity Program is a life empowering program, that provides program participants with curriculum-based life skills instruction and mastery in a combination of classroom and community-based settings. The purpose is to train and enhance each participant’s knowledge and functional skillset relating to Life, Independence, Friendship and Employment (LIFE) and in determining social- and employment readiness.
Presently there are 50 completed, curriculum-based courses available for participants that cover and address a wide-variety of topics, skills and interests for all participants.
 
A vast majority of new participants joining the program are showing an interest in seeking employment, which requires the agency to offer more soft skills training courses than are currently available. As minimum wage rates increase, and the unemployment rate remains low, there is an ever-increasing burden to better prepare those participants seeking employment.
Budget  1,736,854
Category  Human Services, General/Other Human Services, General/Other
Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities People/Families with of People with Disabilities Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent
Program Short-Term Success  The purpose of this program is to train and enhance each participant’s knowledge and functional skillset relating to Life, Independence, Friendship and Employment (LIFE) and in determining social- and employment readiness. For many program participants, this is the first step towards independence and an important part of our program participants having access to the community.
Program Long-Term Success  My Day Counts’ programs serve adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities by providing support, opportunities and quality services meant to engage, empower and provide access to the community. Each participant is given the tools and choice to develop and grow, build self-esteem, and be treated with dignity, respect, honesty and compassion. My Day Counts offers programs that make a life-changing impact on participants, improve their physical and overall sense of well-being, and remove barriers to employment. Without these important services, many of the participants would be isolated, prevented from making meaningful choices about their daily lives, have no opportunity for employment, or live in a restricted environment lacking in social engagement and opportunity.
Program Success Monitored By  My Day Counts Staff: After an initial evaluation, program staff complete an assessment, create a person-centered plan and focus on providing participants with the tools necessary to seek employment opportunities, access the community, engage in volunteer activities, find independence and develop friendships.
Examples of Program Success  Through our relationship with local colleges, we began offering support for participants interested in enrolling in college courses in 2018. In the first term, 65 participants signed up and are currently enrolled as college students while many more have shown an interest in future terms. In order to educate our participants that attending college is not out of reach, as well as support them once they become college students, we have requested funding from various foundations to assist us as we complete our on-site, cubicle classrooms and purchase supplies including computer tables and Chromebooks, tables, stacking chairs, projectors and a monitor for the instructor. The TAP program is licensed for up to 200 participants. We anticipate by spring of 2020, 75% of those participants will have college credits.

Consumer Choice Day Activity Program (CCDAP)

The Consumer Choice Day Activity Program (CCDAP) combines a site and community-based day program for adults with a full range of intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Participants make meaningful choices about how and when they participate in daily, life empowering activities. Most often, people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities do not make their own choices. Caregivers and family members make decisions ranging from living arrangements, financial decisions, food choices, schedules and participation in daily activities. My Day Counts engages CCDAP participants through supported decision-making by offering structured and supervised choices, activities and social interactions.
Budget  $1,943,824.00
Category  Human Services, General/Other Human Services, General/Other
Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities People/Families with of People with Disabilities Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent
Program Short-Term Success  The program combines a site and community-based day program for adults with a full range of intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Participants make meaningful choices about how and when they participate in daily life-empowering activities. Because decisions are traditionally made for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities by caregivers or family members, the CCDAP program promotes supported decision-making and offers choices in activities meant to enrich life through the pursuit of leisure and recreation activities.
Program Long-Term Success 
My Day Counts’ programs serve adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities by providing support, opportunities and quality services meant to engage, empower and provide access to the community. Each participant is given the tools and choice to develop and grow, build self-esteem, and be treated with dignity, respect, honesty and compassion. My Day Counts offers programs that make a life-changing impact on participants, improve their physical and overall sense of well-being, and remove barriers to employment.
Without these important services, many of the participants would be isolated, prevented from making meaningful choices about their daily lives, have no opportunity for employment, or live in a restricted environment lacking in social engagement and opportunity.
Program Success Monitored By  My Day Counts Staff: After an initial evaluation, program staff complete an assessment, create a person-centered plan and focus on providing participants with the tools necessary to access the community, engage in volunteer activities, find independence and develop friendships.
Examples of Program Success  Many participants develop a sense of independence for the first time in their lives by being able to express choices in what hobbies to pursue, which outings to attend and what activities will give them enjoyment. Additionally, as My Day Counts participants from other programs age and priorities change, many “retire” or transition from supported- or community-based employment programs to the CCDAP.

Life Unlimited

Life Unlimited strives to create and facilitate adapted experiences that look beyond the “limitations” often associated with physical and cognitive disabilities. This program provides a unique day program serving a large number of individuals with severe and profound physical and developmental disabilities that impede independent function and mobility. Program staff focus on providing activities and engagement designed to strengthen and improve physical impairments including physical exercise, pressure relief, healthy circulation, and the functional use of extremities and the body which is made possible with on-site adaptive equipment. For some participants, weight-bearing activities, including assisted walking and assisted standing with the use of a variety of equipment is the most popular option for participants.
It is through these activities that participants are empowered to make choices in how they wish to participate in daily activities traditionally unavailable to them or made for them by caregivers.
Budget  $1,590,056.00
Category  Human Services, General/Other Human Services, General/Other
Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities People/Families with of People with Disabilities Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent
Program Short-Term Success  It is through these activities that participants are empowered to make choices in how they wish to participate in daily activities traditionally unavailable to them or made for them by caregivers.
Program Long-Term Success 
My Day Counts’ programs serve adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities by providing support, opportunities and quality services meant to engage, empower and provide access to the community. Each participant is given the tools and choice to develop and grow, build self-esteem, and be treated with dignity, respect, honesty and compassion. My Day Counts offers programs that make a life-changing impact on participants, improve their physical and overall sense of well-being, and remove barriers to employment.
Without these important services, many of the participants would be isolated, prevented from making meaningful choices about their daily lives, have no opportunity for employment, or live in a restricted environment lacking in social engagement and opportunity.
Program Success Monitored By 
My Day Counts Staff: After an initial evaluation, program staff complete an assessment, create a person-centered plan and focus on providing participants with the tools necessary to access the community, engage in activities, find independence and develop friendships.
For this program, staff focus on providing activities and engagement designed to strengthen and improve physical impairments including physical exercise, pressure relief, healthy circulation, and the functional use of extremities and the body which is made possible with on-site adaptive equipment.
Examples of Program Success 
Because a major focus of this program is to provide activities and engagement designed to strengthen and improve physical impairments including physical exercise, pressure relief, healthy circulation, and the functional use of extremities and the body (made possible with on-site adaptive equipment) weight-bearing activities, including assisted walking and assisted standing with the use of a variety of equipment is the most popular option for participants.
Recently, a 50-year-old man, stood for the first time in his life with the use of adaptive equipment.
It is through these activities that participants are empowered to make choices in how they wish to participate in daily activities traditionally unavailable to them or made for them by caregivers.

Community Employment Services (CES)

My Day Counts provides employment placement services to job seekers with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. The agency is well-known in the community for successfully identifying common barriers to employment for this population and offers specialized vocational and basic life skills trainings, case management, job coaching, personalized employment plans, and employment accommodations in order to provide integrated and competitive employment opportunities to its participants.
Once these individuals are socially-ready and have indicated an interest in employment, job coaches and case managers begin the process for supported employment.
Through agency-established relationships with outside businesses, program participants are trained to work in teams to perform jobs such as preparing k-cup coffee pods for the travel and hospitality industry, to work on three-person crews to clean carpets and provide power washing services or provide landscape maintenance. Participants are supervised and provided guidance, integrated in the community and receive competitive wages.
While learning the specific technical skills needed for these jobs, staff also ensure to provide participants with training for the soft skills necessary to find and maintain employment. Adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities often lack the soft skills necessary to find gainful employment.
Budget  $1,018,352.00
Category  Human Services, General/Other Human Services, General/Other
Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities People/Families with of People with Disabilities Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent
Program Short-Term Success 
Through agency-established relationships with outside businesses, program participants are trained to work in teams to perform jobs in a variety of industries. Participants are supervised and provided guidance, integrated in the community and receive competitive wages.
While learning the specific technical skills needed for these jobs, staff also ensure to provide participants with training for the soft skills necessary to find and maintain employment. Skills such as a positive attitude, good communication, punctuality, professionalism, and maintaining eye contact are often skills program participants lack.
Program Long-Term Success 
My Day Counts’ programs serve adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities by providing support, opportunities and quality services meant to engage, empower and provide access to the community. Each participant is given the tools and choice to develop and grow, build self-esteem, and be treated with dignity, respect, honesty and compassion. My Day Counts offers programs that make a life-changing impact on participants, improve their physical and overall sense of well-being, and remove barriers to employment.
Without these important services, many of the participants would be isolated, prevented from making meaningful choices about their daily lives, have no opportunity for employment, or live in a restricted environment lacking in social engagement and opportunity.
Program Success Monitored By 
My Day Counts Staff: After an initial evaluation, program staff complete an assessment, create a person-centered plan and focus on providing participants with the tools necessary to access the community, engage in activities, find independence and develop friendships.
Once these individuals are socially-ready and have indicated an interest in employment, job coaches and case managers work together to create a person-centered plan, identify interests and begin the process for supported employment.
Examples of Program Success 
My Day Counts believes the best solution to successfully transition people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities out from working in a segregated, workshop environment to inclusive and integrated, sustainable employment is by offering a series of experiential employment opportunities, with real, hands-on training in the community. This progressive approach is life empowering and fosters independence.
To date, CES has a 77% success rate for participants maintaining integrated and competitive employment for 12 months or longer, after graduating from the program.

Family Connections

My Day Counts provides the Family Connections program offering support relating to housing for program participants. This program provides a Family Care Home, or a family home environment to adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities who have a desire to live outside of their family of origin. Participants are matched with qualified and trained home providers and receive ongoing case management and advocacy support. This program also offers Parenting Support, which provides in-home education, mentoring, advocacy, and training to parents and families of adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, in order to promote independent, self-directed living options for program participants. This program also provides Independent Living Services (ILS) instructors provide a wide variety of support services to participants in their homes. Services include lessons and guidance for improving daily living skills in order to assist the participant in successfully maintaining their independence.
Budget  $1,776,768.00
Category  Human Services, General/Other Human Services, General/Other
Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities People/Families with of People with Disabilities Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent
Program Short-Term Success  Adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities often lack the skills necessary to live independently. With the Family Connection programs, participants can seek to live on their own and receive personalized support to ensure a successful transition to living outside the family of origin as well as be able to successfully parent their children.
Program Long-Term Success 
My Day Counts’ programs serve adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities by providing support, opportunities and quality services meant to engage, empower and provide access to the community. Each participant is given the tools and choice to develop and grow, build self-esteem, and be treated with dignity, respect, honesty and compassion. My Day Counts offers programs that make a life-changing impact on participants, improve their physical and overall sense of well-being, and remove barriers to employment.
Without these important services, many of the participants would be isolated, prevented from making meaningful choices about their daily lives, have no opportunity for employment, or live in a restricted environment lacking in social engagement and opportunity.
Program Success Monitored By  My Day Counts Staff: After an initial evaluation, program staff complete an assessment, create a person-centered plan and focus on providing participants with the tools necessary to live independently.
Examples of Program Success 
Participants often need lessons or guidance with daily living skills. With the right support, these program participants successfully live independently and make good choices while receiving on-going case management and advocacy.
Without these important services, many of the participants would be isolated, prevented from making meaningful choices about their daily lives, or live in a restricted environment lacking in social engagement and opportunity.

Management


CEO/Executive Director Mr. Michael James Galliano
CEO Term Start Feb 2008
CEO Email [email protected]
CEO Experience

Michael Galliano, President & CEO, has 30 years in senior management and leadership positions with two separate Fortune 500 companies managing various types of manufacturing and service facilities. His last position was as Director of Operations for Western US Manufacturing and Sales for Consolidated Container Company and his responsibilities included P&L operations of 10 sites located in five Western States, $325M in revenue, managing 600+ employees. His accomplishments included; 220% improvement to EBITA, awarded Safety Excellence Region three consecutive years, introduced technology driven automation and facilitated the acquisition of two regional competitors. Mike served on the board and served as a business partner during his time with Polaroid. He then joined My Day Counts in 2008 to seek new business development and program expansion strategies for the agency later becoming the VP of Operations and Business Development. His primary focus was on navigating the agency programs to meet the changing State funding requirements while developing new programs that best serve our program participants. In 2014, he became the President & CEO of My Day Counts and he has successfully navigated the organizational transformation from a sheltered Work Activity Program model to a licensed day activity program due to a change in legislation at the state and federal levels.

Former CEOs and Terms

Name Start End
Ms. Joyce Hearn June 1989 June 2014

Senior Staff

Name Title Experience/Biography
Mr. Aaron Flores CFO
Chief Financial Officer
My Day Counts / Orange County Adult Achievement Center
Dec. 2013 – Present
Anaheim, CA
- Serves as business partner with the CEO overseeing all aspects of strategic planning
- Oversees daily operations of the accounting and payroll department
- Works with department managers to develop a consolidated $10 million annual operating budget
- Reports monthly financial results to the Board of Directors
- Manages employee benefit plans and all aspects of risk management
- Provides actionable analysis for short and long-term financial objectives
- Creates various tools for financial and operational planning and tracking
 
Office Manager/Accountant
Masonry Fireplace Industries
Nov 2010 – Nov 2013
Santa Ana, CA
- Prepared detailed monthly financial reports and maintained annual budget of $1.6 million
- Conducted cost and other financial analysis and presented reports of findings to partners
- Effectively collected $100K+ in receivables monthly, and managed all payables and cash position
- Processed customer orders and scheduled logistics for 20+ nationwide distributors
- Responsible for proper entry of all accounting transactions and inventory reconciliations
- Created a forecasting model for outsourcing limited labor ensuring higher profits
- Successfully passed audit by the IRS resulting in a no change letter
Mr. Jack Salseda Vice President of Operations, Administration Experienced Vice President of Operations with a demonstrated history of working in the individual and family services industry. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Facility Management (FM), Facility Development, Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), and Community Service. Operational experience includes, Program Development, writing of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), Risk Management (RM), Health & Safety (H&S), Transportation/Fleet Management, Quality Assurance (QA), and Special Events & Fundraising. Currently enrolled at Northern Arizona University.

Awards

Award Awarding Organization Year
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Affiliations

Affiliation Year
United Way Member Agency 1990

External Assessments and Accreditations

External Assessment or Accreditation Year
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) - Adult Day Services - 3 year 2018
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) - Employment and Community Services - 3 Year Accreditation 2018

Collaborations

My Day Counts partners with six businesses to train and develop both technical- and soft-skills for program participants. The agency has held a long-standing relationship with the Regional Center Orange County which provided referrals and funding for participants to receive services. The agency also works with the California Department of Rehabilitation, the Orange County Transportation Authority, Goals Academy, the California State University, Fullerton, Grand Canyon University, Chapman University's Thompson Policy Institute, the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce and 28 local school districts, which are a referral source for students exiting their transitional programs. My Day Counts has been an active participant in the Taste of Anaheim event.

 

My Day Counts also partners with nearly 70 different employers, in the community, who have hired program participants and given them the opportunity to perform valuable tasks and receive meaningful work experience. Companies such as; Albertsons, AMC Theaters, Chapman University, Costco, Food 4 Less, the Grand Legacy Hotel, Home Depot, Hope International University, Lowe’s Home Improvement McDonald’s, Pavilions, Petsmart, Stater Bros., Trader Joe’s, Vons and Walmart offer integrated and competitive employment and pay participants at least minimum wage.

Staff Information

Number of Full Time Staff 120
Number of Part Time Staff 5
Number of Volunteers 15
Number of Contract Staff 15
Staff Retention Rate % 70%
Staff Professional Development Yes

Staff Demographics

Ethnicity African American/Black: --
Asian American/Pacific Islander: --
Caucasian: --
Hispanic/Latino: --
Native American/American Indian: --
Other: --
Other (if specified): --
Gender Female: --
Male: --
Not Specified --

Plans & Policies

Organization has Fundraising Plan? --
Organization has Strategic Plan? Yes
Years Strategic Plan Considers 3
Management Succession Plan Yes
Organization Policies And Procedures Yes
Business Continuity of Operations Plan Yes

Risk Management Provisions

Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistle Blower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy Yes

Reporting and Evaluations

Management Reports to Board? Yes
CEO Formal Evaluation and Frequency Yes Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation and Frequency Yes Annually
Non Management Formal Evaluation and Frequency Yes Annually

Government Licenses

Disabled Care/Facilities

CEO Comments

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Foundation Comments

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Governance


Board Chair Mr. Garry Heath
Board Chair Company Affiliation Entrepreneur
Board Chair Term 2015 -
Board Co-Chair Ms. Diane Hays-Hoag
Board Co-Chair Company Affiliation Marketing (Red)
Board Co-Chair Term 2009 -

Board Members

Name Company Affiliations Status
Ms. Sherry Cain -- Voting
Mr. Larry Eisele -- Voting
Mr. Michael Galliano President & CEO Voting
Ms. Liz Halahan -- Voting
Ms. Diane Hays-Hoag -- Voting
Mr. Garry Heath Software, Logistics Voting
Mr. Larry LeDoux -- Voting
Dr. Chris McLean -- Voting
Mr. Ward Smith -- Voting
Mr. John Stanton -- Voting
Mr. Larry Wessel -- Voting
Ms. Sandy Wessel -- Voting

Constituent Board Members

Name Company Affiliations Status
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Youth Board Members

Name Company Affiliations Status
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Additional Board Members and Affiliations

Name Company Affiliations Status
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Board Demographics

Ethnicity African American/Black: 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander: 0
Caucasian: 12
Hispanic/Latino: 0
Native American/American Indian: 0
Other: --
Other (if specified): --
Gender Female: 5
Male: 7
Not Specified 0

Board Information

Board Term Lengths 2
Board Term Limits 0
Board Meeting Attendance % --
Written Board Selection Criteria Yes
Written Conflict Of Interest Policy Yes
Percentage of Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage of In-Kind Contributions 100%
Board Orientation Yes

CEO Comments

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Foundation Comments

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Standing Committees

  • Audit
  • Executive

Financials


Revenue vs. Expense ($000s)

Expense Breakdown 2017 (%)

Expense Breakdown 2016 (%)

Expense Breakdown 2015 (%)

Fiscal Year Jan 01, 2019 to Dec 31, 2019
Projected Revenue $10,354,740.00
Projected Expenses $10,235,374.00
Form 990s

2017 OCAAC 2017 990

2016 OCAAC 2016 990

2015 OCAAC 2015 990

Audit Documents

2017 OCAAC 2017 Audited Financials

2015 OCAAC 2015 Audit Financials

IRS Letter of Exemption

IRS Letter of Determination

Prior Three Years Total Revenue and Expense Totals

Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Total Revenue $10,542,571 $10,532,320 $10,933,149
Total Expenses $10,492,055 $10,368,082 $10,857,458

Prior Three Years Revenue Sources

Revenue By Revenue Source
Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$125,925 $96,849 $172,872
Government Contributions $0 $0 $0
    Federal -- -- --
    State -- -- --
    Local -- -- --
    Unspecified -- -- --
Individual Contributions -- -- --
Indirect Public Support -- -- --
Earned Revenue $10,405,350 $10,419,951 $10,241,441
Investment Income, Net of Losses $10,694 $6,171 $3,087
Membership Dues -- -- --
Special Events -- -- --
Revenue In-Kind -- -- $462,035
Other $602 $9,349 $53,714

Prior Three Years Expense Allocations

Expense By Type
Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Program Expense $9,530,612 $9,564,027 $9,993,679
Administration Expense $947,443 $773,829 $847,034
Fundraising Expense $14,000 $30,226 $16,745
Payments to Affiliates -- -- --
Total Revenue/Total Expenses 1.00 1.02 1.01
Program Expense/Total Expenses 91% 92% 92%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue 11% 31% 10%

Prior Three Years Assets and Liabilities

Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Total Assets $10,150,869 $10,404,065 $9,820,510
Current Assets $5,292,978 $5,259,430 $4,301,112
Long-Term Liabilities $2,419,329 $2,544,874 $2,685,468
Current Liabilities $968,293 $1,146,460 $586,549
Total Net Assets $6,763,247 $6,712,731 $6,548,493

Short Term Solvency

Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities 5.47 4.59 7.33

Long Term Solvency

Fiscal Year 2017 2016 2015
Long-term Liabilities/Total Assets 24% 24% 27%
Endowment Value --
Spending Policy --
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Capital Campaign Purpose --
Campaign Goal --
Capital Campaign Dates -
Capital Campaign Raised-to-Date Amount --
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? --

CEO Comments

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Foundation Comments

Summary financial data is per the audited financial statements and Form 990s and consultation with the organization. Foundation/corporate and individual contributions are combined under Foundation and Corporations.

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