Missions Inc. Programs

Mission Statement

Missions Inc. enables people struggling to meet fundamental human needs, to obtain safety and healing and to pursue justice in their lives. We fulfill our mission by providing housing and health care for individuals affected by chemical dependency, violence, chronic illness or disability and by advocating for societal changes that will benefit the people we serve. In all our efforts we affirm human worth and dignity, encourage self-determination, value diversity, and promote the basic rights of all individuals.

Impact and Programs

Accomplishments Missions Inc. provided transitional housing and supportive services for men and women who are chronically chemically dependent through its Mission Lodge, Smith Lodge and Hart House programs. In 2018, the programs provided transitional housing and support services to 434 individuals. The programs are designed to support each resident's achievement of their goals, the most critical being continued sobriety, as well as health and wellness, vocational training, education, employment and housing. Judy Retterath Withdrawal Management Center (JRWMC - formerly Mission Detox Center) provided medically supervised detoxification and chemical dependency assessment services for 1,965 adults and adolescents. JRWMC celebrated 40 years of providing high quality detoxification and withdrawal management services, caring for each participant with compassionate care rooted in the belief that change and sobriety are possible. The Home Free Shelter provided emergency housing and support services for 566 battered women and their children, operating at over 100% capacity. The Home Free Community Program provided legal advocacy, educational support groups, information and referral services to 591 victims of domestic violence living in the community.
Current Goals Missions Inc. Programs has implemented an 18 month strategic plan that addresses the following goals: Enhancing a culture that fosters openness, transparency, recognition and engagement at all levels; Increasing visibility and community awareness of Missions Inc. Programs; Growing Revenue by 4.75% by 2020 with a net margin of 0-1% in order to reinvest in our people, programs and infrastructure; Ensuring best practices in all of our procedures and processes; Engaging in systems advocacy to influence legislation, funding, coalition activities and other systems work, and; Launching a $30M capital campaign to rebuild our campus.
Community or Constituency Served Individuals experiencing chemical withdrawal and/or addiction, homelessness, or domestic violence.
Geographic Area Served Hennepin County (primary), Ramsey County, Anoka County, and Scott County

Reports & Finances

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Major Program Expenses
Chemical Dependency Residential Services:
$1,957,887
Chemical Dependency Detoxification Services:
$1,146,258
Domestic Violence Services:
$1,206,327
3 Year Average Expenses
Program Services
$4,278,010
88.2%
Management
$559,922
11.5%
Fundraising
$14,680
0.3%
Unrestricted Net Assets
End of Year:
Beginning of Year:
Difference:
2017
$7,607,600
$7,432,505
$175,095
2016
$7,432,505
$7,100,628
$331,877
2015
$7,100,628
$6,803,557
$297,071

Organization Last Reviewed on 07/23/2019

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Address:
3409 East Medicine Lake Boulevard
Plymouth, MN 55441
Phone: 763-559-1883

General Information

Alternative Name: Hart House, Home Free, Judy Retterath Withdrawal Management Center (formerly Mission Detox Center), Mission Lodge, Smith Lodge
EIN: 41-0693952
Principal Staff: Jim Steinhagen
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE): 69.65
Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
Number of Clients: 3,000
Ruling Year: 1942

Board

Board Chair: Mary Senkbeil
Number of Board Members: 11
Board Meetings with Quorum: 7
Average Member Attendance: 9.9

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