Mental Health Association of Minnesota
The mission of the Mental Health Association of Minnesota is to enhance mental health, promote individual empowerment, and increase access to treatment and services for people living with mental illnesses.
Review Completed: 6/28/2012
475 Cleveland Ave. N.
St. Paul, MN 55104-5589
|Other Names Used
||Edward Eide, Executive Director
|Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE)
|Number of Volunteers
|Number of Clients Served
||Daniel Rauenhorst, JD
|Number of Board Members
|Board meetings with quorum
|Average Member Attendance at Board Meetings
|Publicly Available Documents
Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
98% of advocacy cases resolved. Individuals received assistance in accessing health care, maintaining housing, retaining employment, finding emotional support, etc.
98% indicated they knew the next step they would take with their issue and could self-advocate (after case closure).
70% of workshop participants indicated an increase in knowledge about mental health.
81% of workshop participants indicated that they understood how to manage their mental health.
79% of workshop participants indicated they better understood how to maintain overall health.
59% of workshop participants indicated that they would share information with others.
Individuals play an active role in managing their own health.
People are familiar with an array of resources available for mental health treatment and have full access to treatments that are appropriate and useful to them.
Individuals with mental illnesses experience equal rights at all times.
Societal institutions engage in activities to improve health outcomes for persons with mental illnesses.
The misunderstanding and fear of mental illness is reduced through science-based information.
Provide information, referrals, and advocacy for people needing help with mental health concerns
Facilitate and increase access to mental health services and community resources
Promote self-sufficiency and self-determination by teaching self-advocacy skills
Increase awareness and reduce misunderstanding of mental illnesses through science-based education
Promote healthy practices to prevent the exacerbation of mental illness symptoms and decrease disabling effects of mental illnesses on individuals and families
Mobilize the public for civic engagement on systems issues
Community or Constituency Served
Individuals living with mental illnesses and their families
Geographic Area Served
State of 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 2009 to 2011