Neighborhood Involvement Program
To strengthen individuals and the community by providing quality healthcare, education and social services to our underserved neighbors.
Review Completed: 5/25/2011
2431 Hennepin Avenue S.
Minneapolis, MN 55405
||Patricia Bartley, CEO/President
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Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
Every year, N.I.P. offers a number of different services that include high quality, low-cost healthcare and mental health services, academic and youth development to underserved youth and programs to help seniors remain independent. In 2009 over 1,663 volunteers donated 53,804 hours of their time to make N.I.P. services possible. Over 4,400 Medical and Dental patients were served, over 550 clients used our counseling services, over 1,700 people used our 24/hr crisis line, over 325 clients used our Rape and Sexual Abuse Center services, Over 570 youth were served in our youth programs and over 300 seniors received our chore and home maintenance services.
Provide increased access to and deliver quality healthcare, education and social services to our underserved neighbors.
Develop and maintain necessary infrastructure to support and deliver our services.
Continue to secure funding to support and sustain current programs and services and expand them as is appropriate.
Community or Constituency Served
Neighborhood Involvement Program serves the low-income, uninsured and underinsured.
Geographic Area Served
Primarily residents of Hennepin County, but we also serve residents of other metropolitan area counties
Impact and Programs
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