DEXTER COMMUNITY REGIONAL HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION
125 W STODDARD, DEXTER, MO 63841 www.regionalhf.org

Total Revenue
$1,063,584
Total Expenses
$830,331
Net Assets
$3,369,029

Organizations Filed Purposes: THE ORGANIZATION'S STATEMENT OF PURPOSES, AS PRESENTED IN THE CORPORATE BY-LAWS, IS (1) TO ENSURE, AS OWNER AND LESSOR, THE VIABILITY OF THE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL LOCATED IN DEXTER, MISSOURI, FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE DEXTER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, BY SCRUTINIZING THE LESSEE'S OPERATION OF THE HOSPITAL TO ENSURE THAT THE LESSEE ABIDES BY THE LEASE TERMS AND CONTINUES TO PROVIDE THE HEALTH CARE NEEDED IN THE DEXTER AREA; AND (2) TO BUILD HEALTHIER COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROGRAMS AND SERVICES DESIGNED TO ENHANCE OVERALL COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLNESS. THE ORGANIZATION ORIGINALLY OPERATED A FULL SERVICE 50 BED COMMUNITY HOSPITAL, INCLUDING PROVISION OF LIMITED CHARITABLE CARE TO THE DEXTER, MISSOURI COMMUNITY AS ITS PROGRAM SERVICE ACTIVITY DURING THE PERIOD 1968 - 1999. IN 1999, IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE OPERATIONS OF THE HOSPITAL WITHOUT CUTTING ESSENTIAL SERVICES TO THE DEXTER, MISSOURI COMMUNITY, THE ORGANIZATION LEASED THE HOSPITAL FACILITIES, INCLUDING LAND, BUILDINGS AND EQUIP

MOTHER-TO-MOTHER - THIS PROGRAM IS AN INCENTIVE BASED MENTORING PROGRAM FOR PREGNANT AND PARENTING YOUNG WOMEN. TRAINING, EDUCATION, AND EQUIPMENT ARE PROVIDED THAT ENABLE YOUNG MOTHERS TO BECOME BETTER PARENTS AND REDUCE THE OCCURRENCES OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT. TWO SCHEDULED GROUP MEETINGS EACH MONTH PROVIDE TIME AND INFORMATION FOR YOUNG MOTHERS AND THEIR CHILDREN TO INTERACT WITH STAFF AND OTHER YOUNG FAMILIES. BEING AN INCENTIVE BASED PROGRAM, MENTEES GO OVER AN INCENTIVE FORM ONCE A MONTH WITH THEIR MENTOR AND ARE AWARDED BABY BUCKS FOR DEVELOPING POSITIVE PARENTING SKILLS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. THEY IN TURN MAY SPEND THEIR BABY BUCKS IN THE BABY BOUTIQUE WHICH IS STOCKED WITH CLOTHING, DIAPERS, WIPES, EDUCATIONAL TOYS, SAFETY EQUIPMENT, AND INFANT SUPPLIES. YOUNG MOTHERS, FATHERS, AND CHILDREN VERY MUCH ENJOY COMING BY THE OFFICE TO VISIT AND PLAY IN THE RESOURCE CENTER. DURING THESE MEETINGS THE CHILDREN ENJOY THE PLAYROOM AND THE PARENTS GET TO INTERACT WITH STAFF IN A RELAXING, STRESS FREE ATMOSPHERE. MOTHER-TO-MOTHER IS A 4 PHASE PROGRAM. PHASE I IS WHEN A YOUNG WOMAN ENTERS THE PROGRAM DURING HER PREGNANCY. SHE ENTERS PHASE II WHEN THE CHILD IS BORN. WHEN THE CHILD REACHES ITS FIRST BIRTHDAY THE MOTHER THEN DECIDES IF SHE WANTS TO ENTER PHASE III OF THE PROGRAM. IF SHE CHOOSES TO ENTER PHASE III SHE MUST EITHER CONTINUE HER EDUCATION OR OBTAIN EMPLOYMENT. MOTHER-TO-MOTHER IS ALL ABOUT EDUCATION AND YOUNG MOTHERS CREATING SAFE AND STABLE HOMES FOR THEIR FAMILIES. EMPHASIS IS GIVEN TO PROMOTING POSITIVE TRAINING AND SKILLS THAT ENABLE THE YOUNG MOTHER TO DEVELOP A FINANCIALLY SECURE FUTURE FOR HER AND HER FAMILY. IF THEY DO NOT HAVE A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA THEY ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER OUR HSE (GED) PROGRAM. THE HSE (GED) PROGRAM IS OPEN NOT ONLY TO MOTHERS BUT ALSO FATHERS. IF THEY WANT TO BEGIN OR CONTINUE WITH COLLEGE OR TECHNICAL SCHOOL CLASSES A STAFF PERSON IS AVAILABLE TO PROVIDE THEM WITH ASSISTANCE TO FURTHER THEIR EDUCATION OR TECHNICAL SKILLS. ASSISTANCE IS PROVIDED TO THOSE THAT ARE LOOKING FOR EMPLOYMENT BY HELPING WITH JOB SEARCHES, RESUMES, APPROPRIATE CLOTHING FOR INTERVIEWS, AND TIPS ON GOOD INTERVIEW PRESENTATIONS. PHASE IV, THE FINAL COMPONENT IN THE MOTHER TO MOTHER PROGRAM, PREPARES PARTICIPANTS FOR EXIT FROM THE PROGRAM, OFFERS PEER MONITORING AND/OR VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES. PARTICIPANTS WILL REMAIN IN PHASE IV FOR NO LONGER THAN ONE YEAR. DURING 2018 A TOTAL OF 172 YOUNG PARENTS AND CHILDREN PARTICIPATED IN THE MOTHER-TO-MOTHER PROGRAM. THE MOTHER TO MOTHER PROGRAM IS PRIMARILY FUNDED BY GRANTS AND DONOR CONTRIBUTIONS.

PRESCRIPTION DRUG ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - THIS PROGRAM HELPS THE UNINSURED AND LOW-INCOME TO SECURE PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS AVAILABLE THROUGH VARIOUS PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY INDIGENT PROGRAMS. DURING 2018 THE VOLUNTEERS AND STAFF ASSISTED INDIVIDUALS TO SECURE 3,008 PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS, AT A TOTAL MONETARY VALUE OF 4,932,059.

HEALTHCARE RELATED SCHOLARSHIPS - THIS PROGRAM PROVIDES SCHOLARSHIPS TO ENCOURAGE RESIDENTS TO PURSUE HEALTHCARE RELATED CAREERS. FOUR DEXTER COMMUNITY REGIONAL HEALTHCARE SCHOLARSHIPS TOTALING 8,500 WERE AWARDED IN 2018 TO GRADUATING SENIORS AND TO CURRENT COLLEGE STUDENTS WHO MET THE 3.25 GPA REQUIREMENT FOR SCHOLARSHIP RENEWAL. HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS WHO ARE RESIDENTS OF STODDARD COUNTY MAY APPLY FOR THIS 4,000 SCHOLARSHIP IF THEY HAVE MINIMUM ACT SCORES OF 25, ARE ATTENDING A STODDARD COUNTY SCHOOL OR ARE HOME SCHOOLED IN STODDARD COUNTY, AND PLAN TO PURSUE HEALTH CARE RELATED CAREERS. IN 2018 2,500 WAS AWARDED TO ONE STUDENT THROUGH OUR NONTRADITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM, WHICH PROVIDES SCHOLARSHIPS TO INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE PRESENTLY WORKING IN THE HEALTH CARE FIELD IN STODDDARD COUNTY AND WANT TO PURSUE ADDITIONAL TRAINING. THE JULIE MINTON MEMORIAL GRANT REIMBURSES STODDARD COUNTY RESIDENTS WHO CONTINUE THEIR EDUCATION WHILE ACTIVELY EMPLOYED BY A HEALTHCARE PROVIDER OR ORGANIZATION IN STODDARD COUNTY FOR EXPENSES RELATING TO RECEIVING A LICENSE OR CERTIFICATION OR COMPLETING CEU'S. IN 2018, 382 WAS AWARDED TO TWO INDIVIDUALS.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Sweeney MelindaEXECUTIVE DI40$45,219
Reese KellieADMINISTRATI24$16,708
Norman JackDIRECTOR-PAR1$0
Gill KristenDIRECTOR1$0
Brannan ChrisDIRECTOR1$0
Booker KristiDIRECTOR1$0
Scott T JDIRECTOR1$0
Guethle ChrisDIRECTOR1$0
Asbell KayDIRECTOR1$0
Thurmon MatthewDIRECTOR1$0
Kane William TDIRECTOR1$0
Hall JimDIRECTOR/TRE3$0
Thompson LarryDIRECTOR/SEC3$0
Taylor Mary AnnDIRECTOR/VIC3$0
Mathis AaronDIRECTOR/PRE5$0

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