Miami Rescue Mission, Inc.
Miami Rescue Mission, Inc.
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About this organization
Transform the lives of homeless men,women, and children through comprehensive residential programs to effect lasting change and empower them to productive members of society. We provide food, clothing, shelter, substance abuse treatment, education, computer literacy, job placement, healthcare, spiritual development and housing with Christian love, compassion and encouragement.
The Mission operates two residential centers (Center for Men & Center for Women and Children), and two non-residential programs (Community Activity Center & Jeffrey Tew Education Center) in Miami-Dade County. The Activity Center provides a preventative program for at risk youth. The 245-bed Center for Men provides emergency services, long-term care, and transitional housing. Approximately 190 men are involved in an 8 to 14-month intensive program of education, rehab, counseling, discipleship training, career preparedness, and job re-entry mentoring via the Regeneration Program. An additional 250 to 350 homeless men are provided with a shower, change of clothing, and a hot meal daily. The Center for Women and Children is a 40-bed facility that serves homeless or battered women and single mothers with minor children.
Interesting data from their 2017 990 filing
The non-profit's aim, as stated in the filing, is “Our mission is to follow the lord jesus christ's great commission by serving homeless and needy men, women, and children. we provide emergency services and comprehensive residential programs to effect lasting change and empower people to become productive members of society. our services include providing food, shelter, spiritual development, substance abuse treatment, education, computer literacy, health care, programs for "at-risk" children, and affordable housing with god's love.”.
When referring to its actions, they were outlined as: “Spiritual, physical, & social services to the homeless & needy men, women & children of florida.”.
- The non-profit has complied with legal obligations by reporting their state of operation as FL.
- The non-profit's address in 2017 is noted in the filing as PO Box 420620, Miami, FL, 33242.
- The non-profit's form for 2017 reports a total of 214 employees.
- Is not a private foundation.
- Expenses are greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue is greater than $1,000,000.
- Revenue less expenses is $18,139,017.
- The organization has 12 independent voting members.
- The organization was formed in 1976.
- The organization pays $6,545,273 in salary, compensation, and benefits to its employees.
- The organization pays $2,341,468 in fundraising expenses.
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