HOPE Coalition's mission is to end family violence and homelessness so that every person has the opportunity to live life to its fullest; while treating those we serve with compassion, respect, and dignity.
Review Completed: 12/22/2011
1407 West 4th Street
Red Wing, MN 55066
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||Formerly named The Red Wing Area Coalition for Transitional Housing (1990-2008)
Agency programs: Haven of Hope, Kids Count, Housing Support Services, Transitional Housing, Community Care Fund
||Kris Kvols, Executive Director
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Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
HOPE Coalition’s Impact in 2011
Haven of Hope Domestic Violence Shelter and Outreach Program: Provided 41,200 direct services to 150 clients fleeing domestic violence. Direct services included: crisis intervention, advocacy, case management, support groups, safety planning, legal assistance, financial assistance, and transportation.
Kids Count Abused Children’s Program: Provided 14,340 direct services to 178 clients who had experienced or witnessed violence. Direct services included: crisis intervention, advocacy, case management, support groups, safety planning, financial assistance, and transportation.
Supportive Housing Program: Provided long-term safe/affordable housing and case management to 23 homeless clients. Provided short-term case management and/or financial assistance to 166 clients who were homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Community Care Fund: Provided assistance with basic necessities such as rent, food, utilities, transportation, etc. for 197 clients to prevent further, deepening crises. Services included: financial assistance, information, referrals, limited case management and advocacy services.
Community Outreach: HOPE Coalition provided 10 presentations to 137 professionals and 26 presentations to 869 community members
Volunteers: 52 volunteers worked more than 534 hours.
The following 5 goals were established in November as HOPE Coalition’s Strategic Plan for 2011-2013. The accompanying objectives were established in October of 2011 to continue the agency’s progress toward its goals:
Goal I: Establish a long term (3-5 year) financial plan
- Develop a long range financial plan (3 – 5 years)
Goal II: Develop a long range fund development strategy
- Develop marketing plan to communicate services better
- Determine most impactful outcome measures to report to funders
- Create filter for grant applications
- Develop process and expectations for grant research; monitor deliverables
Goal III: Redesign organizational structure and staffing model
- Develop long term (2012 and beyond) organizational and staffing model
- Complete cost-savings analysis of interim and long-term organizational structure
Goal IV: Establish an outcome based, measureable curriculum or process for each of our core services
- Develop measureable outcomes for each program or service
- Establish short-term objectives and long-term goals for each program
- Establish a “decision-tree” for the Community Care Fund
- Institutionalize a process to report outcomes to the board
- Communicate most effective outcome measures to public and funders
Goal V: Board Development
- Form ad-hoc board recruitment committee
- Initiate an annual board education plan
- Institutionalize process to orient new Board members
- Institutionalize a process to measure the work on the strategic plan
Community or Constituency Served
Men, woman, and children affected by domestic violence, child abuse, or homelessness.
Geographic Area Served
Primarily Goodhue County, although our services are open to anyone.
Impact and Programs
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|Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990
|Based on information provided on 2008 to 2010