Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio
CLUES mission is to enhance the lives of Latinos in Minnesota
Review Completed: 6/11/2010
797 East 7th Street
St. Paul, MN 55106
|Other Names Used
||Jesse Bethke Gomez, President
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||CLUES is an affiliate of the National Council of La Raza, and is a Rule 29 and Rule 31 Clinic.
||Accepts donated goods
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Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
Mental Health Services: 79% of 330 clients demonstrated improved Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF) scores and reported increased ability to deal with personal and emotional problems.
Chemical Health Services: 96% of clients reported a high level of satisfaction with CLUES' chemical dependency treatment programs and experienced a higher level of confidence to move toward healthybehaviors.
Family Services: 92% of 881 parents reported increased discussion about high risk factors affecting the family, including inappropriate alcohol/drug useand family violence.
Aging Well Services staff members provided supportive services to 62 caregivers who provide primarily uncompensated care to older Latino adults living in the community, prolonging or eliminating the need forlong-term care placement
CLUES’ Employment Department served over 2,300 clients with job
skills training and assistance.
CLUES’ Education Department assisted 620 clients with English language proficiency and provided almost 21,000 contact hours to students.
CLUES’ Financial Empowerment Program helped 350 clients learn how to make informed financial decisions and adopt healthy financial behaviors. In 2009, the program also helped 1,100 taxpayers with free tax preparation assistance.
E ighty percent of families participating in activities of the Learning Together Program reported high satisfaction with the program, as well as improved family communication, increased participation in their child.
Community Health Workers referred a total of 678 members of the
Latino community to cancer screenings, 402 individuals to annual physical exams, and 238 Latino smokers to QuitPlan services for tobacco-cessation assistance and support.
Mental Health Services
Secure Adult Mental Health Contract with government entities
Chemical Health Services
Provide dual diagnostic co-therapeutic services. Secure additional funds from government entities that allow for continuity of care
Implement Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports (CTSS) services with Mental Health.
Aging Well Services
Expand on Caregiver Support Program
Economic Advancement Services:
Secure additional Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) government contract
Increase number of student classroom hours
Teach financial skills to job seekers
Learning Together/Aprendiendo Juntos
Pilot the program with St. Paul Public Schools (SPPS)
Community Health Worker Services
Teach healthy living skills and assist with the navigation of the
Community or Constituency Served
Primarily the Latino communities, but CLUES serves anyone in need of assistance
Geographic Area Served
Twin Cities, the surrounding suburbs and south eastern and south western counties in Minnesota
Impact and Programs
3 Year Average Expenses
Unrestricted Net Assets
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|Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990
|Based on information provided on 2007 to 2009