Over 4,504 healthcare visits worth $852,456.

mission possible / june 30, 2016

 
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Healthcare at a Glance

2012-2016

year by year growth

HEALTHCARE:  Despite the implementation of the Affordable Health Care Act, we continue to experience explosive growth in our healthcare ministries.  In fact, the need continues to exceed our ability to provide care.  This is especially true in our dental and vision clinics where our capacity is only limited by the number of our volunteers.

 

Healthcare Visits

Total Healthcare Visits to Date (6/30/16): 4504
 

value to community:

SERVICES RENDERED:  Our volunteer staff provides life-changing healthcare every night of the week.  For the underserved, these services are simply not otherwise accessible.  While the dollar equivalent can be tabulated, the value to our patrons cannot be quantified. 

 

Dollars of Free Healthcare

Total Dollars of Free Healthcare to Date (6/30/16): $852,456

 
 

10,262 visits to Christian Recovery Fellowship Hall

mission possible  |  january 2016

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         Recovery At A Glance

 

2012 - 2016

YEAR by YEAR GROWTH

RECOVERY:  Across the board, the statistics on drug and alcohol addiction seem to double and triple every couple of years.  In this aspect of the ministry, the battle is not won in numbers of patrons or prominence of programs, but in the type of Christ-centered care that produces heart change and subsequent transformation.  Each of these visits below represents nothing less than an intentional life-on-life encounter.

 

Cumulative Recovery Visits

Total Recovery Visits To Date (as of 1/1/16): 10,262
 

SPIRITUAL IMPACT:  The Christian care of souls brings with it a metric that can only be measured in the spiritual realm.  Sometimes the best way to demonstrate impact is with a testimony.  We share this video with you so that you might catch a glimpse of what God is doing in the lives of men at Mission Possible.

 

mission possible patron, jimi brown, shares a part of his testimony

 
 
 
 

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