Already a seasoned and accomplished leader, Jim Steinheigen will continue to make strides in his new role as CEO of Missions Inc. Programs, a nonprofit social service organization working to make change possible for people whose lives have been disrupted by domestic violence, addiction and alcoholism, or illness and disability. The organization affects positive change through six programs located in Plymouth and St. Paul, MN. These programs provide safety, housing and support services to over 3,600 men, women and children each year.
Before his role at Missions Inc., Steinhagen was Vice President of the Betty Ford Center for three years. Prior to his time at the Betty Ford Center, Steinhagen was Vice President of Hazelden’s youth services in Plymouth, Minnesota. Steinhagen has over four decades of experience in the field of addiction treatment. Earlier in his career, he lived in Sweden for five years, working as a consultant, and supporting Minnesota Model treatment programs focused on target populations of youths, individuals with criminal histories, and mothers with children.
Steinhagen holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Metropolitan State University, and a Master’s degree Health and Human Services Administration from St. Mary’s University.
Jim Steinhagen begins his new role as CEO at Missions Inc. today.