About Dr. Audi

Dr. Chad AudiEducated in Lebanon, France, England and the United States, Dr. Chad Audi has served as an accomplished President and Chief Executive Officer for Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries (DRMM) since 2005. Dr. Audi is an active member of many financial, accounting, management and fundraising professional organizations. He has written several research papers on the management of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Possessing extensive leadership and experience, Dr. Audi gained respect in the community for forming strategic partnerships and finding innovative and cost-effective solutions to meet the needs of homeless Detroiters, as well as those overcoming addictions, in a spiritually supportive environment. Dr. Audi is successfully managing a
$14 million non-profit organization, while overseeing the development of a comprehensive financial solvency plan. He has earned exemplary marks for DRMM from national charity evaluators for agency solvency. Dr. Audi is a resourceful team leader with a distinctive ability to align and inspire people around possibility-oriented outcomes.

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  47. I think your ministry is awesome. I suffer from a number of mental illnesses that eventually led me to becoming a theif to feed my gambling addiction.
    The only reasons I am not homeless or dead are:
    1. The amazing restorative power of the grace of God through Christ Jesus.
    2. The dumb luck of being born into a loving supportive family that are dedicated to me getting the help I need.
    3. The incredible love and support of my wife.

    Please take the time to check the following blog posts of a Vancouver Dr.
    http://aocana62.wordpress.com/2009/12/22/homelessness-can-be-beaten/
    http://aocana62.wordpress.com/2010/01/24/carrots-and-sticks/

    If you are interested here is some of my story:
    http://adhdstruggles.wordpress.com

    Peace

    • Thank you so much for your kind words. We want people to know that DRMM helps all people who come through our doors, regardless of background or circumstances. We make sure to help the person spiritually, physically and skill wise. We take that person and we care for them and show them there’s hope. I’m glad to hear that you are being surrounded with love, support and encouragement. May God Bless you in your recovery.
      Dr. Chad Audi

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