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Annex Teen Clinic

To support the young people of Northwest Hennepin County and North Minneapolis in the challenging transition from adolescence to adulthood through advocacy, health care and education.

Mission Statement
Review Completed: 6/20/2013
5810 42nd Avenue North
Robbinsdale, MN 55422
Phone: 763-533-1316
Fax: 763-531-0315
EIN 23-7236943
Principal Staff Brian Russ,
General Information
Board Chair
Number of Board Members 11
Board meetings with quorum 6
Average Member Attendance at Board Meetings 6.57
Publicly Available Documents Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
Board
Accomplishments
The Annex Teen Clinic provided health education and outreach presentations to 24,286 individuals in 2012. This represents 7,575 unique or unduplicated individuals. Of the 7,575 youth served 98% demonstrated an increased knowledge about pregnancy prevention, STI and HIV prevention and/or misconceptions they had about the topics were corrected. The Annex Teen Clinic provided confidential, sexuality related clinical services to 1652 adolescents and young adults in 2012. These clinic patients wee seen for a total of 3,682 visits. 100% of all clinic patients were screened for sexually transmitted infections and 100% of those testing positive were treated. 98% of those clinic patients seen for birth control/contraceptive services were compliant with their chosen method and did not experience an unintended pregnancy.
Current Goals
ANNEX TEEN CLINIC Strategic Goals 2013 1. Serve More Clients a. Add clinic appointments removed for transition to ehr software. b. Explore outreach to post-secondary education institutions in our service area to increase young adult patients c. Increase number of school sites choosing to participate in TOP programming 2. Provide Best Clinical Services We Can Afford a. Provide community STI screening and clinic based education during summer months. b. Transition clinical performance measures to ehr software c. Increase percentage of patients utilizing LARC’s. 3. Enjoy Reputation As An Excellent Resource Regarding Adolescent Sexual Health a. Conduct outreach to family practice and pediatric clinics in service area to assure awareness of Annex services and appropriate referrals b. Expand programming for youth in juvenile justice system c. Utilize social media to connect youth, parents and supporters to Annex education resources 4. Be Fiscally Stable With a Diverse Funding Base a. Establish contracts with additional health insurance products b. Analyze impact of Affordable Care Act on Annex patient base c. Pursue opportunities for growing individual donor base through events 5. Operate a Strong Organization a. Continue growing Financial Reserves b. Strengthen Board Quality Assurance Committee c. Assure integration of Clinical and Education programming d. Complete Strategic Planning Process 6. Partner with Other Organizations to take Advantage of Programming, Advocacy and Financial Opportunities a. Continue partnerships with community organizations to assure culturally competent programming b. Participate in RHA to assure on-going funding of FPSP, MFPP and support for Minor Consent legislation.
Community or Constituency Served
Adolescents and Young Adults
Geographic Area Served
North Minneapolis and Northwest Hennepin County
Impact and Programs

3 Year Average Expenses

Program Services: $1,095,423 85.3%
Management: $153,460 11.9%
Fundraising: $35,728 2.8%

Unrestricted Net Assets

2011 2010 2009
End of Year: $880,145 $365,730 $244,782
Beginning of Year $365,730 $244,782 $209,598
Difference $514,415 $120,948 $35,184
Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990 $880,145
Based on information provided on 2009 to 2011
Financials
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