Healing House, Inc
4420 St John Avenue
Kansas City MO 64123
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 920-7181
Mission Statement

Healing House is a faith based comprehensive addiction recovery support services organization operating in the Northeast sector of Kansas City, Missouri. Their mission is to provide safe and stable homes, with opportunities for spiritual and personal growth, along with purposeful guidance and support, for men and women who are committed to overcoming their addiction and becoming responsible, productive, drug and alcohol free members of our community. Healing House a critical and valuable part of Kansas City’s network of addiction recovery programs; they often perform services outside the capacity of local addiction recovery treatment centers (i.e. housing, transportation, education and employment services, etc.), and serve as a refuge for individuals who cannot complete outpatient addiction recovery treatment in their current living environment due to unstable living conditions (i.e. homelessness, domestic violence, substance use in the home, etc.). Healing House is focused on reclaiming lives, restoring hope, and transforming communities. 

Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Bobbi Jo Jo Reed
Board Chair Ms. Judi Burkholder
Board Chair Company Affiliation Healing House, Inc
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2003
Financial Summary
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Statements
Mission Statement

Healing House is a faith based comprehensive addiction recovery support services organization operating in the Northeast sector of Kansas City, Missouri. Their mission is to provide safe and stable homes, with opportunities for spiritual and personal growth, along with purposeful guidance and support, for men and women who are committed to overcoming their addiction and becoming responsible, productive, drug and alcohol free members of our community. Healing House a critical and valuable part of Kansas City’s network of addiction recovery programs; they often perform services outside the capacity of local addiction recovery treatment centers (i.e. housing, transportation, education and employment services, etc.), and serve as a refuge for individuals who cannot complete outpatient addiction recovery treatment in their current living environment due to unstable living conditions (i.e. homelessness, domestic violence, substance use in the home, etc.). Healing House is focused on reclaiming lives, restoring hope, and transforming communities. 

Background Statement The vision of Healing House began in 2001, when the program’s founder, Ms. Bobbi Jo Reed, purchased a single residence home in the historic (but downtrodden and crime riddled) Northeast section of Kansas City with the goal of providing safe, substance free, transitional housing for up to ten women following completion of inpatient substance abuse treatment. A former addict and alcoholic, she understood the many challenges recovering substance abusers face as they transition back into meaningful roles in society. Just a few years later, Healing House, Inc. was founded on the fundamental belief that the surest way to life-long recovery is through exposure to, and active participation in a safe, mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally healthy environments that focus on individual and group support and fosters the development of healthy relationships and lifestyle choices. At the time there were approximately 900 women in Kansas City undergoing inpatient treatment but only 30 residential beds available to transition into following treatment. Without safe, sober spaces, these women would return to the same abusive and destructive environments that fueled their addiction. Since inception, Healing House has markedly expanded its scale and reach, embracing not only their dedication to restoring people’s lives through addiction recovery, but also transforming communities into safe, thriving places to reside.
Impact Statement Healing House (HH) is committed to changing the lives of the individuals that they serve but also has a strong commitment to their neighborhood and the Kansas City community. HH assumes broken down, abandoned properties in the northeast sector of Kansas City and rehabilitates them into safe, sober homes for persons in addiction recovery. Work is done primarily with the help of volunteers from a variety of construction professions, faith-based partners, and current residents. HH has renovated 12 vacant properties – several of which were former drug houses – into safe, sober homes for men, women, and families in recovery. Recent projects have focused on responding to community needs. In 2012, HH transformed a home into a day care center for the children of individuals in recovery. The daycare provides a critical resource for HH residents with children so that they can focus on finding and maintaining a job to support their family. In 2015, HH opened a 40 bed men's facility to provide housing for individuals reintegrating from the prison system by providing 10 beds for an intensive 28 day recovery and treatment program. In 2018, HH will begin a new partnership with Comprehensive Mental Health to provide a similar program for 16 women. Understanding the importance of a safe, drug and alcohol free environment for pregnant women and their babies, HH renovated a home to accommodate up to 7 pregnant women in recovery; this home opened in February 2017. HH will open a new men’s home in March 2018 for 7 men to help meet the need for safe, supportive recovery housing. Faced with the growing opioid epidemic across the mid-west and the increased need for recovery support services in Kansas City, HH will open the new Healing House Recovery Community Center in 2018. More than 5,000 individuals in recovery have been served by HH with an impressive 75% abstaining from the use of drugs and alcohol since beginning the program and 90-95% of residents gaining employment while at HH.
Needs Statement
Capital funding is needed to support the new Recovery Community Center (RCC).  HH has purchased a building at 112 N. Elmwood that will be renovated to expand capacity as HH continues to grow.  This will include a 5,000 sq. ft. Fellowship Hall to expand the capacity to 300 residents and community members for meals and programming. It will include a commercial kitchen to provide meals for residents and expand the Comfort Cafe catering business. It will also include an expanded education center for vocational support and skill building.  Program funding and operational support is needed for transitional housing and recovery support services. Sponsors for the Guardian Angel program are needed.  A gift of $1,000 will pay two months rent for new mothers. This will allow moms to spend valuable time bonding with their infant while ensuring the mother receives parenting skills, education/employment, spiritual and emotional support in recovery. Vehicles for transportation are needed.  HH provides coordination in all aspects of recovery including: enrollment in and transportation to outpatient recovery programs; needed primary or specialty medical care, court hearings, probation and parole.
Service Categories
Substance Abuse Dependency, Prevention & Treatment
Temporary Housing
Community & Neighbourhood Development
Areas of Service
MO
KS
Healing House serves the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan area.  Transitional housing and recovery support services are provided through homes and apartments in the historic Northeast section of Kansas City, MO.
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement
Since Healing House’s founding, over 5,000 individuals have passed through our doors. 
 
Through our education and vocation training programs and required community service hours, we are helping break down barriers to employment faced by many recovering substance abusers including incarceration, tarnished records, scarcity of lower level jobs, and minimal work experience. We eagerly work towards the completion of our multi-purpose facility which will offer on-the-job training and work experience, provide improved support for individuals in recovery, and generate finances to create a more self-sustaining Healing House.
 
We recognize the disease of addiction as tri-fold: physical, mental, and spiritual. Our faith-based recovery homes, which provide a family setting for people to let down their guard from the harshness of this world, are successfully addressing the tri-fold nature of addiction through individual and group recovery support programs, accountability and mentoring arrangements, and numerous spiritual growth opportunities.
 
The challenges Healing House faces are primarily keeping up with the increased demand for services as the Opioid Crisis in Missouri is growing more deadly. Trying to keep pace with demand, Healing House experienced 50% growth from 2015-2016 in housing services, and now has outgrown its current space where daily addiction recovery and relapse prevention programming occurs and other critical recovery services are delivered.  In response to this demand, Healing House has launched a Capital Campaign to create a new Recovery Community Center (RCC).  We are looking forward to meeting the needs of the most vulnerable members of our community through the RCC which will have the capacity to serve up to 300 people at one time.  Healing House has been very fortunate in receiving public, private and individual donations towards the campaign and continues to seek financial support.
Programs
Description Services are provided for Healing House residents and outside members of the community. HH assists residents with coordinating all aspects of successful recovery including: enrollment in and transportation to outpatient recovery programs; coordinating needed primary or specialty medical care, mental health care; court hearings, probation and parole; and obtaining the documentation needed to set up health care services or gain employment. Programming is available to all Healing House residents, family members, former residents, and members of the community as part of the Missouri Opioid Targeted Response Grant. Programs include addiction recovery meetings, relapse prevention classes, faith based programs and sober social events providing opportunities for participants to learn how enjoy social settings without drugs or alcohol. At HH clients participate in on-site support groups which offer a forum for mutual encouragement and aid, providing clients with a vital sense of belonging.
Category Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other Substance Abuse
Population Served General/Unspecified, ,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success All clients have access to a comprehensive array of recovery resources that, when utilized, we expect will help each person is residence to achieve lasting recovery. We expect clients to acquire the recovery tools necessary to help them overcome barriers to recovery and maintain a balanced, addition-free lifestyle. Through relapse prevention, clients will become increasingly able to recognize the early warning signs to relapse and overcome addiction triggers; and be able to respond in a positive manner whenever they would be faced with challenging situations. Clients consistently participate in recovery meetings and functions, attending a minimum of four spiritual/recovery meetings weekly. In addition, clients make continual progress on their 12-Steps program and acquire a sponsor (mentor/coach) who provides accountability and encouragement throughout the 12-Steps.
Long-Term Success Clients will live addiction-free lives and experience a reduction in the likelihood and severity of future relapse.
Program Success Monitored By
Healing House closely tracks the proportion of clients previously and currently going through the program who report living addiction-free lives through confidential in-take questionnaires and regular follow-up through monthly surveys taken the first Sunday of every month.
 
Follow-up meetings with return clients – those who have previously been in the program, relapsed, and have been readmitted – are conducted by organization leaders to determine factors influencing their exit and relapse in order to learn more about what caused their relapse and help them become better able in the future to overcome barriers to complete and lasting recovery.
 
Organization leaders conduct a once weekly meeting during which clients report their attendance at weekly recovery and spiritual meetings. This enables organization leaders to closely monitor each client’s involvement and progress regarding recovery resources and take corrective action if necessary.
Examples of Program Success In 2017, 75% of people receiving services report living substance-free lives since beginning the program.
Description At any one time, Healing House can provide safe substance free transitional housing for 167 adults and 29 children. Healing House has renovated 12 buildings in the Northeast section of Kansas City into group housing, apartments, and single-family homes, including a special house for pregnant women/new mothers and their babies. Family apartments are designed for parents to be reunited with their children in a supportive environment. In March 2018, Healing House will open their newest Men’s home, McNeely House.
Category Housing, General/Other Transitional Housing
Population Served Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers, ,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success
Our main goal is to provide safe, sober housing for clients to focus on recovery and begin to rebuild a better life.
 
As clients acquire the life skills necessary to be self-reliant, they will transition from more highly structured homes, to homes or apartments which provide increasing degrees of freedom and responsibility.
Long-Term Success Healing House’s ultimate goal for each of its clients is a self-sufficient life, independent of organization housing services as well as government assistance.
Program Success Monitored By Through confidential in-take questionnaires, we are able to track how long each client lives at Healing House and whether or not they relapsed. When clients complete the in-take questionnaire they report their immediate needs and short- and long-term goals. Using this information, organization leaders are able to optimally meet each client’s needs and help them achieve stated goals.
Examples of Program Success

Terri came to the Healing House in 2010 broken from the battle of alcoholism and addiction.  Like most, she had lost her children, her home and was jobless.  For 18 months while Terri was separated from her children she described her life as "sad, devastating and hopeless" and goes on to say, "living with out hope is the most devastating spot to be in". Terri says, "I came in with low self-esteem from mental and physical abuse and while I was at the Healing House I heard people laughing and that gave me hope for the first time".  As time went by Terri heard people talking about a relationship God and she knew if she wanted what they had it would take work to cultivate that relationship.  Terri pressed into the programs and services that Healing House offers, giving all of her heart and soul, and for the first time she found a peace that she describes as one that she couldn't have imagined.  Terri's children came back to her full time in 2012. In 2013, Terri started working in the Healing House office and continues in that role today.  In July of 2017 Terri purchased a home for herself and her two children. Terri says, "Today I have gratitude, choices, family, friends and hope."  She credits all of this to the God who never failed her and the Healing House for giving her an opportunity to live a life that she never dreamed - free from drugs and alcohol.

Description Upon entering Healing House, 98% of the residents are unemployed. HH provides help with resume building, email set up, and employment searches. HH has developed partnerships with local companies and consistently maintains a high level of employment for eligible residents (90-95%). In addition, HH provides job experience through service work at HH and in the community along with life skills classes including: financial management/budgeting, parenting and childcare, cooking/meal preparation, home maintenance. With the opening of 2 new group training/programming rooms in the RCC, Healing House will be able to provide a comfortable dedicated space for these classes along with expanding the number of individuals that can participate in this type of programming. Group rooms will also be used for men's and women's meetings on Tuesday nights. These meetings provide an important recovery support component through devotions, sharing, and lessons in living a changed life while in recovery.
Category Employment, General/Other Job Search & Placement
Population Served Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers, ,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success
Through weekly skill-building sessions, clients participating in the Education Center should experience a notable increase in job-readiness and confidence in their ability to master essential job skills. Clients’ acquisition of necessary job skills and knowledge should result in better employment opportunities.
  
Organization directors expect that, of clients utilizing the computer lab for job placement, 95% should achieve gainful employment within three months of being admitted into HH.
  
Clients not having a high school level of education, or equivalency, could obtain their high school equivalency certificate through the HiSET exam.
Long-Term Success Clients will transition from poverty to self-sufficiency by acquiring jobs that provide adequate, family-sustaining wages, ultimately culminating in full economic independence.
Program Success Monitored By
Clients participating in Healing House’s job training program must complete a confidential evaluation form at the outset and upon completion of our month long training program. Initial and follow-up evaluation forms will help to determine improvement in each client’s confidence in completing essential job-related skills as well as provide valuable feedback on clients’ perceived benefit of the program.
  
Volunteer computer lab assistants track when and where clients utilizing the computer lab for job searching gain employment. This tracking allows key staff to monitor the effectiveness of the job searching program.
Examples of Program Success

Andrea came to Healing House in August of 2016 after a life spent in bondage from drugs and alcohol.  Andrea spent many years in treatment programs and prison.  She was estranged from her family and had lost visitation with her daughter.  Andrea was able to find employment and as a result she was able to save enough money to pay off student loans, buy a car and now has a savings account. Andrea's relationship has been restored with her entire family and she is especially close with her daughter.  Andrea moved out of Healing House in September of 2018 and is living a sober, happy life with gainful employment, her own apartment and a newly restored relationship with her family.

Description Healing House provides education programs and a computer lab for completing GED or college courses. In 2018, Healing House will offer Northstar Digital Literacy Computer Training/Testing 5 days a week (Into to Computers, Windows 10, Email Basics, Internet Basics, Social Media, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, InformationLiteracy).Currently the education center is staffed with volunteers and open on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during the day.It is staffed by dedicated volunteers, including members of the Church of the Resurrection, and is consistently full when open. The current education center is located in the basement of the Healing House office building and has 7 computer terminals. Healing House is excited for the opportunities that the new Education Center will offer for our residents and community members.This 630 sq. ft. space will be open more frequently, significantly expand the numbers of computers available to at least 20, and open up other educational opportunities.
Category Education, General/Other Educational Programs
Population Served General/Unspecified, ,
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Clients consistently participate in classes and learn computer skills that will give them the foundation they need to apply for jobs and pursue a degree in their field of interest.  Clients will find gainful employment and experience a reduction in the likelihood of future relapse.  
Long-Term Success All clients will have access to the new education center and will consistently utilize the training and testing.  Clients will take the skills they learn to find long term job placement and pursue a career in the field they desire.  
Program Success Monitored By Healing House tracks the clients by using sign in sheets upon each visit to the education center.  Confidential questionnaires enable the organization to monitor each clients involvement and progress.
Examples of Program Success Upon entry to Healing House more than 98% of people are unemployed.  After one month of receiving housing, recovery support services, and access to the education center, 90%-95% of Healing House residents are gainfully employed. This is a direct result of the knowledge learned and classes available in the education center.
CEO Comments

We need your help in continuing to grow and address the demand to offer addicts and alcoholics recovery support services, educational opportunities, and transitional housing. We have purchased an abandoned bowing alley across the street from our current fellowship hall that would allow us to meet our growing space needs, increase our programming, and expand our catering business. After moving into the new building, we can re-purpose the current fellowship hall into a café, retail spaces including a thrift store, and 4 large family apartments. -Bobbi Jo Reed

Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Ms. Bobbi Jo Jo Reed
Term Start Jan 2003
Compensation $0 - $50,000
Experience


Ms. Bobbi Jo Reed is in long term recovery, with over 22 years of sobriety. She is the Founder and CEO of Healing House, Inc. and works with the Board of Directors to develop the organization’s strategic plan including programming, fundraising, goals, initiatives, timelines, and outcomes. She is a visible leader in the substance abuse recovery community and provides vision for the Healing House program. Currently, she serves as the Chairman of the Missouri Coalition of Recovery Support Providers and Kansas City Substance Abuse Treatment Recovery Support Coalition. She holds a MRSS-P (Missouri Recovery Support Specialist-Peer) certification, and MARS (Medication Assisted Recovery Specialist) certification. In 2010, she was awarded the Christian Servant Passion Award by the National Christian Foundation; she served on the governors committee to end homelessness from 2012 to 2014; she was a Kansas City Star Citizen of 2015 finalist, and was awarded the 2018 Missouri Mental Health Champions’ Award from the Missouri Mental Health Foundation. Ms. Reed is the lead contact for the Recovery Community Center Project.
Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start 0
Compensation Last Year $0 - $50,000
Senior Staff
Title Assistant Director
Staff
Paid Full-Time Staff 16
Paid Part-Time Staff 5
Volunteers 178
Paid Contractors 1
Retention Rate 95%
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Under Development
Management Succession Plan Under Development
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy No
Document Destruction Policy No
Collaborations
The Healing House collaborates with several organizations in the Kansas City and surrounding area.  Some examples are Harvesters Community Food Network, Heartland Regional Alcohol and Drug Addiction Assessment Center, Swope Parkway Health Services, First Call, Independence Comprehensive Mental Health, ReDiscover, Imani Treatment Center, Truman Medical Center, Jackson County Family Drug Court, Kansas City Department of Corrections. Missouri Probation and Parole, TIES Program, Sheffield Place, Amethyst, Comprehensive, COMBAT, Samuel U. Rodgers Community Health Center.
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
United Way Member Agency2013
National Coalition for the Homeless2014
Awards
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Passion AwardNational Christian Foundation2010
Outstanding Service Provider AwardKansas City Substance Abuse Treatment & Recovery Support Coalition2014
Unsung Hero AwardKansas City Substance Abuse Treatment & Recovery Support Coalition2014
2016 Recovery Support Outstanding Performer AwardMissouri Department Of Mental Health2016
Recipient of the Benefit GalaKansas City Young Matrons 2017
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? Yes
CEO Comments We need your help in continuing to offer addicts and alcoholics recovery support services, educational opportunities and transitional housing.  We have an opportunity to renovate a vacant building across the street from our current fellowship hall that would allow us to meet our growing needs, increase our programming, and expand our catering business.  After moving into the new building, we will re-purpose the current fellowship hall into a cafe, retail spaces including a thrift store, and 4 large family apartments.  -Bobbi Jo Reed
Board Chair
Board Chair Ms. Judi Burkholder
Company Affiliation Healing House, Inc
Term Jan 2011 to Jan 2020
Email judi@healinghousekc.org
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Ms. Judi Burkholder Healing House
Mr. Tim Ehinger Amerigo Laboratories
Mr. Alan Kimes Rainbow Environmental Services
Mr. Tom Langhofer Rodrock Development
Mr. DaRon McGee Missouri State Representative, District 36
Reverend Pam Morrison Retired
Ms. Bobbi Jo Reed Healing House, Inc
Mr. Greg Reed Lenexa Fire Department
Judge Julie Robinson Federal District Court Judge, United States District Court
Mr. Ed Schulteis Jr.Mortgage Sources Corporation
Mrs. Sara Stubler Marks Nelson LLC
Mr. Paul Tymosko Enterprise Bank and Trust
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 10
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 7
Female 5
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 2
Board Meeting Attendance % 88%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Under Development
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 12
Standing Committees
Finance
Housing and Community Development
Capital Campaign
Program / Program Planning
CEO Comments "I have been deeply involved with Healing House for 8 years. I have attended monthly board meetings during that tenure, as well as supported the Alpha Class that convenes at the Healing House Hall every Friday Night. I have witnessed first hand the lives and souls that have been saved and transformed as a result of this wonderful ministry. We now have the capacity to serve 167 adults and 29 children that reside in one of our many residences and whose lives have been changed for the better. Moreover, we have 178 volunteers that are involved at many levels. Truly there is only one reason for the alliance...the program works, and it is most effective. Compared to similar programs our success rate is staggering. Anyone who would like to learn more I would invite to our Friday night gathering, annual Open House or a personal tour". Tim Ehinger- General Council Board of Directors
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2018
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2018
Projected Revenue $1,443,836
Projected Expenses $1,543,839
Audit Documents
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2015, 2014, 2013: Financial data reported using IRS Form 990.  
  • Foundation/corporate revenue line item may include contributions from individuals. 
Detailed Financials
 
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
$312,350$219,862$224,847
Government Contributions$154,561$0$0
Federal------
State------
Local------
Unspecified$154,561$0$0
Individual Contributions------
$0$0$0
$431,770$330,322$397,110
Investment Income, Net of Losses($1,705)$75,203$1
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$65,304$186,150$79,670
Revenue In-Kind$33,815$54,935$0
Other$0$242,244$19,968
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$793,958$732,526$657,943
Administration Expense$77,322$10,753$9,930
Fundraising Expense$0$0$0
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.141.491.08
Program Expense/Total Expenses91%99%99%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$2,490,335$2,106,311$1,362,125
Current Assets$253,005$273,036$41,527
Long-Term Liabilities$1,408,384$1,144,476$306,110
Current Liabilities$142,466$158,876$732,814
Total Net Assets$939,485$802,959$323,201
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities1.781.720.06
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets57%54%22%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $22,693 -- --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $20,000 -- --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $15,000 -- --
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? Yes
Campaign Purpose The Recovery Community Center (RCC) is a new renovation project for Healing House and is anticipated to open by the end of 2018. HH is renovating an abandoned 9,000 sq. ft. building in their neighborhood into the RCC. This is an important tool for HH as they expand their impact in the recovery community. The RCC will serve at least 200 individuals and families daily who are seeking services and support for drug and alcohol addiction. Over the last 14 years, HH has remarkably expanded their reach and impact in Kansas City. Since inception, they have provided transitional housing and recovery support services and programming for over 5,000 people. Unfortunately, the need for addiction recovery support services and programming is so great that HH turns away on average 140 individuals a week. To help meet this need, allow HH to expand the services and programs that it offers, and to serve more individuals in need of services, HH is excited to open the Healing House RCC in 2018.
Goal $3,000,000.00
Dates Jan 2016 to Dec 2018
Amount Raised to Date $2,142,370.00 as of Feb 2018
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Organization Name Healing House, Inc
Address 4420 St John Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64123
Primary Phone (816) 920-7181
CEO/Executive Director Ms. Bobbi Jo Jo Reed
Board Chair Ms. Judi Burkholder
Board Chair Company Affiliation Healing House, Inc
Year of Incorporation 2003