Hudson Hospital Foundation

Mission Statement

To improve health and well-being in partnership with our members, patients and community.

Impact and Programs

Accomplishments In 2018, Hudson Hospital Foundation focused on ways to prevent, educate and provide community outreach programs to reduce prescription drug misuse. Through charitable support, we’ve reached thousands of students, parents, educators, and patients through key initiatives such as: “Stand Up and Speak Out - Rise Together” - Provided financial support for a school-based presentation hosted by Hudson School District to raise awareness among 6th – 12th grade students about the dangers of experimenting with drugs and alcohol. It also taught youth to become resilient leaders, and gave teachers and parents tools to keep kids safe and healthy. CounterAct - Offered a six-session curriculum for 5th graders, in partnership with the Hudson Police Department designed to involve police officers, schools and families in preventing children from using alcohol and other drugs and solve problems through means other than violence. Interactive drug prevention simulation - Provided financial support for a mobile simulation used by the Hudson Police Department to identify seemingly innocent items in a teenager’s bedroom that are used to conceal drug use and other dangerous behaviors. Family medication lock boxes - Distributed medication lock boxes to the community free of charge, in partnership with other community organizations, to provide a way to temporarily secure daily medications at home and prevent accidental poisoning and drug abuse. Medicine take-back bin - Added a convenient, community drop-off location at Hudson Hospital Pharmacy for unused medications to reduce the risk of accidental poisoning, drug abuse, and protect our ecosystem from contamination.
Current Goals In 2019, we raised funds and made grants to benefit several segments of our community’s health in a wide variety of ways. We raised funds to support our emergency center expansion. The expansion will increase the number of treatment rooms from six to twelve. Two of these treatment rooms will be specially designed to prevent self-harm in patients with behavioral health emergencies. We provided funding to a diaper bank that will provide much-needed resources to under-privileged families. We provided funding to an outdoor exercise program for seniors. We provided funding to hospital patients who could not pay for transportation or prescription medicine. We provided books for all children from age 6 months to 5 years attending well-child visits at our partner primary clinic.
Community or Constituency Served We service the community in Hudson, Wisconsin and surrounding areas.
Geographic Area Served We serve the St. Croix Valley including St. Croix, Pierce, and Polk counties in Wisconsin and Washington County in Minnesota.

Reports & Finances

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Major Program Expenses
HEALING ARTS:
$19,185
ONE CAMPAIGN:
$31,501
HOME MONITORING:
$4,869
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DE-ESCALATION TRAINING:
$50,000
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT TRAINING:
$50,000
3 Year Average Expenses
Program Services
$588,272
72.6%
Management
$5,871
0.7%
Fundraising
$216,528
26.7%
Unrestricted Net Assets
End of Year:
Beginning of Year:
Difference:
2020
$1,629,190
$1,657,588
($28,398)
2019
$3,474,582
$3,459,397
$15,185
2018
$3,459,397
$3,223,986
$235,411

Notes from the Council

Organization Last Reviewed on 02/26/2020

This date is representative of when we completed our initial Accountability Wizard® nonprofit review, and provided the organization with their results. This review is good for three years from the date provided
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Address:
405 Stageline Road
Hudson , WI 54016
Phone: 7155316000

General Information

Alternative Name: Hudson Health Foundation
EIN: 39-1279567
Principal Staff: Tessa Boury
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE): 2.0
Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
Number of Clients: 3000
Ruling Year: 1977

Board

Board Chair: Stephen Lines
Number of Board Members: 10
Board Meetings with Quorum: 13
Average Member Attendance: 8.4

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