Planning and Reports showcase our accomplishments, and where we're headed.
The plans and reports found on this page will give you some insight Community Living Guelph Wellington. As a disability services provider, we are committed to serving the people in our community in the best way that we can.
Each year, we take a look back at what some of our successes and learnings have been. And as we share stories, our Annual Report is built.
Available ahead of our Annual Members Meeting, the Annual Report summarizes some of the key activities that drive Community Living Guelph Wellington. This will include stories about our services, about the people we support, a snippet of our audited financial statement, as well as highlights about what to expect of our service going forward.
Audited Financial Statement
As a not-for-profit, our financial statements give you insights into how we are managing our priorities. Being funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services, we provide a number of services that appear as different funding lines. We also must meet spending expectations as part of our funding agreement.
A strategic plan is an opportunity for an organization to identify its direction. It acts as a guide to help make decisions and move the organization's mission and vision forward.
CLGW's 2021 Strategic Plan Refresh recognizes the significant changes that occurred during the pandemic and helped CLGW focus on goals that would help people with disabilities live their best life.
CLGW will be entering its next strategic planning process soon for 2023-26.
There are many people in our community who are facing challenges to find and stay in affordable and accessible housing. People with developmental disabilities face the added barrier of requiring supports to live in their own homes. Over the years, Community Living Guelph Wellington (CLGW) has developed homes that create stable housing along with the service requirements for those who live there. CLGW oversees 39 homes that support 150 people living in their own home across Guelph and Wellington County. We know that there are approximately 140 people on our wait list, as well as well as many others who are either homeless or in precarious housing who require our help to obtain stable and sustainable housing and services.
In the spring of 2022, CLGW identified that a targeted strategy was needed to ensure we are intentional about our actions to address this issue. A group of 16
CLGW stakeholders participated in a Housing Summit in July 2022. They represented people we support, families and staff. They discussed not only the current housing issues but also possible solutions and targeted priorities. The result of their work is the CLGW Housing Strategy 2022