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Vail Place

To transform the lives of people with mental illness through recovery-oriented community support services that empower them to achieve self-sufficiency. Services provide essential assistance with housing, employment, social recreation, basic life skills and service coordination.

Mission Statement
Review Completed: 8/7/2013
15 Ninth Ave. S.
Hopkins, MN 55343
Phone: 952-938-9622
Fax: 952-938-7934
EIN 41-1394766
Principal Staff Vicky Couillard,
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) 39.1
Number of Volunteers 120
Number of Clients Served 1855
Affiliations Hennepin County, State of Minnesota, HUD and local HRA's Clubhouse International Accredited Clubhouse
Tags / Keywords Disabilities, Housing & Homelessness
General Information
Board Chair Katie Doll
Number of Board Members 17
Board meetings with quorum 4
Average Member Attendance at Board Meetings 10.25
Publicly Available Documents Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
100% of people who received employment support worked for at least 60 days. 60% of people who obtained jobs kept them for one year or more. Total earnings for members in 2012 were $767,758. 74% of individuals who sought housing obtained it. 98% of individuals who obtained new housing kept it for at least six months. 91% of individuals receiving Targeted Case Management avoided hospitalization. 96% of individuals surveyed agreed they were treated as if they could grow, change and recover. 96% of individuals surveyed agreed that they feel better about themselves as a result of using Vail Place services. 92% of individuals surveyed agreed that they deal more effectively with daily problems as a result of using Vail Place services. 92% of individuals surveyed agreed they are better able to control their life as a result of services
Current Goals
To empower members to develop the skills and relationships to: pursue recovery; achieve overall health and wellness; become self-reliant; and reintegrate in the community as successful, productive citizens. Goals for 2013: • Develop an External Communication Plan which communicates agency Recovery Strategy and integrates both Clubhouse/CSP and case management programs. • Increase private fundraising for CSP/Clubhouse program thru emphasis on a major donor development program, the Dr. Vail Hour, Tour de Vail and corporate and foundation “Clubhouse” sponsorship opportunities. • Increase revenue streams and operations efficiencies so that case management program is self-sustaining. • Identify, qualify and assess partnership opportunities with 8 agencies or potential “areas” of collaboration. • Develop evaluation tools to demonstrate outcomes and effectiveness of CSP/Clubhouse and (recovery oriented) Case Management programs of agency.
Community or Constituency Served
Adults (over 18) with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI)
Geographic Area Served
Hennepin County
Impact and Programs

3 Year Average Expenses

Program Services: $1,828,691 88.1%
Management: $123,592 6%
Fundraising: $122,545 5.9%

Unrestricted Net Assets

2012 2011 2010
End of Year: $1,646,774 $1,473,802 $1,364,755
Beginning of Year $1,473,802 $1,364,755 $1,298,407
Difference $172,972 $109,047 $66,348
Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990 $1,646,774
Based on information provided on 2010 to 2012
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