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Wayside House, Inc., The

Wayside House empowers women to recover sobriety, identity, home and community by providing treatment, housing and supportive services.

Mission Statement
Review Completed: 7/10/2012
3705 Park Center Blvd.
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phone: (952)926-5626
Fax: (952)926-9713
Other Names Used Wayside House
EIN 41-0873104
Principal Staff Ellie Skelton,
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) 60
Number of Volunteers 80
Number of Clients Served 350
Affiliations DHS licensed Rule 31 co-occurring substance abuse treatment programs
General Information
Board Chair Normandy Hamilton
Number of Board Members 13
Board meetings with quorum 7
Average Member Attendance at Board Meetings 11.57
Publicly Available Documents Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
Board
Accomplishments
Wayside House Women’s Treatment Center provides residential (inpatient) and nonresidential (outpatient) substance abuse and mental health treatment, housing, recovery maintenance, and supportive services. Wayside House Women’s Treatment Center served 262 women in 2012. Wayside House Family Treatment Center provides comprehensive family treatment (residential and nonresidential) housing, recovery maintenance, and supportive services for each mother and her children. Treatment served 75 women and their 89 children in 2012. Wayside House Supportive Housing is a safe, affordable housing option for families with a female head of household in recovery. Wayside House Supportive Housing served 38 women and their 47 children in 2012. Recovery Services and Celebrating Families!™ Recovery Services helps women and families to focus on recovery by assisting them with basic living needs. Recovery Services provided housing placements to 85 families, and 22 families with 37 children participated in the Celebrating Families!™ program in 2012.
Current Goals
Improve treatment retention and reduce the number who leave against staff advice. Prevent or end Homelessness At least 90% of the families who successfully complete the program will move into safe, affordable housing. Family stability At least 90% of the families who successfully complete the program will be reunified and/or will remain together. At least 90% of the families who successfully complete the program will have an enhanced capacity to provide for their families needs. Economic Equity At least 90% of the women who successfully complete the program will have enhanced capacity to become self-sufficient. Active Community Participation At least 90% of women will demonstrate increased community connections and participation.
Community or Constituency Served
Women with substance use and co-occuring mental health disorders and their famiilies
Geographic Area Served
Twin Cities Metro
Impact and Programs

3 Year Average Expenses

Program Services: $2,864,024 85.8%
Management: $386,237 11.6%
Fundraising: $88,920 2.7%

Unrestricted Net Assets

2012 2011 2011
End of Year: $1,986,835 $1,300,553 $0
Beginning of Year $1,300,553 $1,460,099 $0
Difference $686,282 ($159,546) $0
Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990 $1,986,835
Based on information provided on 2011 to 2012
Financials
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