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Community Involvement Programs

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Mission Statement
Review Completed: 12/9/2011
1600 Broadway St. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Phone: (612)362-4400
Fax: (612)362-4479
Other Names Used CIP
EIN 41-0972546
Principal Staff John Everett, Executive Director
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) 517
Number of Volunteers 25
Number of Clients Served 1742
General Information
Board Chair Peter Kimball
Number of Board Members 13
Board meetings with quorum 9
Average Member Attendance at Board Meetings 11.44
Publicly Available Documents Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
Employment & Community Supports supported 96 people during 2010. Of the 60 people in the employment program, 68% were able to secure jobs in the community; 24 individuals were supported through our program for older persons with a developmental disability. Our Mental Health Services program supports over 500 people with supportive housing, home health, ARMHS and independent living skills. The Residential Services program supports 24 people in adult foster care homes and 100 people who live in their own apartment or home. In addition, this program also provides case management services to 410 individuals. Family Services provides an array of services to 425 individuals and families through a special program called Consumer-Directed Community Supports. Housing CIP provides safe, decent, affordable housing to over 120 people who need a place to live with adequate supports. These supports allow them to live full, productive lives in their communities.
Current Goals
Employment & Community Supports 1. To provide employment & community supports to 114 persons 2. To maintain attendance at 80% 3. To provide employment to 68% of the people in ECS Residential Services 1. To maintain an occupancy rate of 95% in the AFC's 2. To increase the number of people supported in their own apartments or homes to 108. 3. To provide an average of 3600 units of service (1/4 hour) through case management services. 4. To provide care coordination to 120 people through Managed Care contracts. Family Services 1. To increase FSE services to 30 people 2. To increase personal support services to 20 people 3. To enroll 15 families in the new payroll model Housing 1. To complete renovations to 4 houses and a small apartment building Development 1. To raise $135,000 from various foundations, events and appeals Mental Health 1. To maintain an occupancy rate of 94% at the AFC's 2. To have at least 75% of the persons living in supportive housing stay at least one year 3. To provide an average of 1,000 nursing visits per month 4. To provide an average of 983 hours of ARMHS per month 5. To provide an average of 550 hours of Independent Living Skills services per month
Community or Constituency Served
Individuals with disabilities
Geographic Area Served
Metro area and Pine County
Impact and Programs

3 Year Average Expenses

Program Services: $23,994,514 94.9%
Management: $1,184,836 4.7%
Fundraising: $92,507 .4%

Unrestricted Net Assets

2012 2011 2010
End of Year: $1,623,070 $1,359,171 $1,218,469
Beginning of Year $1,359,171 $1,218,469 $961,993
Difference $263,899 $140,702 $256,476
Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990 $1,623,070
Based on information provided on 2010 to 2012
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