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.
Review Completed: 8/7/2013
15 Ninth Ave. S.
Hopkins, MN 55343
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Clubhouse International Accredited Clubhouse
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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
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
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 2010 to 2012