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“Amy” is an amazing young lady who came to HCRS in 2007; she had been placed in residential school due to her uncontrolled behavior issues and inconsistent home life and had a State appointed legal guardian. With the help of HCRS, Amy was placed in more stable home environment with a family that she had already established a relationship with during emergency respite care. With natural supports and the supports from HCRS; Amy has been able to establish a safe and more consistent relationship between herself and her biological family; she has been able to maintain gainful employment; and just last year was legally appointed to be her own guardian. Amy started working part-time at a grocery store and a department store. In 2010, Amy successfully completed a 3 month internship as a front desk clerk. This internship opportunity really helped build Amy’s vocational skills and professional self esteem. Since this internship, Amy has flourished at work and socially.

Golf Tournament

HCRS’ 6th Annual Golf Tournament for AutismHCRS’ 11th Annual Golf Tournament Supports Children's Services


Held on Friday, June 15, at the beautiful Woodstock Country Club, our 11th annual golf tournament raised essential funding for our Children, Youth, and Families program. A field of 89 golfers turned out for a lovely afternoon of golf, delicious meals, and the fun of bidding on a wide variety of items in our silent auction. We're still in the process of analyzing the results, but the event was an unqualified success! A heartfelt thank you to all of our very generous sponsors, donors, and players who contributed to the success of this annual fundraiser!

Winners of the 2018 Tournament:

1st Place: Dr. Rick Marasa, Rich Lane, Tim Kangas, Steve Birge

2nd Place: Mike Lufkin, Marc Lambert, Chris Fuller, Rob Fuller

3rd Place: Derek Paul, Ryan Paul, Ron Bixby, Curt McCuin

Low score all-women's team: Heather Koledo, Claire Gowen, Christine Campbell, Eunice Bashaw

Longest drive: Susan Hines, Chris Fuller

Closest to the line: Sharon Gordon, Ken Boothby