Jeremiah Program Minneapolis location offers 39 residential apartments and an on-site child development center in the heart of downtown Minneapolis near Minneapolis Community Technical College. Our top-rated child development centers provide an excellent early childhood education for children ages six weeks through preschool. The children learn in a physically safe, emotionally secure, and intellectually stimulating environment, with age-appropriate classrooms and outdoor playgrounds. In 2021 our Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses are projected to support 155 moms and children, with an average age of 26 and annual income of $12,428.
More THAN 350 lives were impacted by JP last year.
OVER 200 KIDS BENEFITED FROM HIGH QUALITY SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS AND EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN 2020.
“To be able to go back and go to college, surrounded by all these women that were on the same journey … it was just a phenomenal experience. That was the first time I ever felt safe in my life. I think I spent the first year just looking around me, looking at my kids and my furniture, and the fact that I was in my home and I was safe. To have that space, that mental and physical space, allowed me to grow tremendously.”Christine, Minneapolis alum
Last year, 14 MOMS GRADUATED WITH COLLEGE DEGREES WHILE MANAGING ALL THE CHALLENGES OF THE PANDEMIC.
Become a JP Mom and become a part of a network of mothers in Minneapolis creating a better future for themselves and their children.
The impacts of generational poverty and systemic racism can be disrupted two generations at a time by investing both in a mother’s vision for her future and the education of her children.
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Patty Healy Janssen, Executive Director
Kailey Adams, CDC Teacher
Lori Alle, CDC Teacher
Danielle Andrews, Family Coach
Amber Brockton, Assistant Teacher
Deb Brown, CDC Director
Kim Laden, CDC Teacher
Tara Broker Lashley, Director of Development*
Mercedes Lindgren, CDC Teacher
Alexandra Martin, Development Manager*
Katy Mason, CDC Teacher
Kasey Nimmerfroh, Family Coach
Christine Wattermann, Development Associate*
Susima Weerakoon, Family Services Director
* Shared role across both Minneapolis and St. Paul Campus