Vail Place, Inc.

Hopkins, MN   |  www.vailplace.org

Mission

Our mission is to help people with serious mental illnesses avoid crisis, achieve stability, and pursue active, fulfilling lives based on their individual abilities. We do this through a work- and relationship-oriented approach that empowers each person to take control of his or her recovery. Vail Place follows the internationally-replicated Clubhouse Model, which is based on a holistic approach to recovery; respects the dignity of each individual; and engages each person to actively manage and take control of their recovery.

Ruling year info

1983

Principal Officer

Ms. Vicky Couillard

Main address

23 9th Ave S

Hopkins, MN 55343 USA

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EIN

41-1394766

NTEE code info

Mental Health Treatment (F30)

Human Service Organizations (P20)

Health Support Services (E60)

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Programs and results

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Clubhouse Community Support Program

Community services and resources to support a wide range of members' [Clubhouse for clients] needs, including employment, housing, social connectedness, and health and wellness.

Population(s) Served

Guidance and support for people at the greatest risk and needing the most assistance. Ensures continuity of care, coordination and monitoring of services, discharge planning, housing support, and intensive goal planning

Population(s) Served

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Awards

Charities Review Council 2012

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

1. Empower people to successfully manage complex mental, physical, and social needs so they can live independently in the community.

2. Provide preventive/proactive health management strategies that reduce overall costs of care for people with serious mental illnesses, a typically high-risk, high-cost population

1. Reduce isolation/promote recovery through social support services –
a. Clubhouse Work Ordered Day (WOD) and Reach-out
b. Social Activities
2. Improve mental and physical health through wellness education/support
a. Wellness education classes and groups
b. Clubhouse-based wellness support
c. Individualized wellness support
3. Help members obtain/maintain safe, affordable housing
a. Housing search assistance
b. Housing support
c. Independent living skills (ILS) assistance
4. Help members achieve vocational goals
a. Clubhouse prevocational work readiness activities
b. Job seeking skills development
c. Job search assistance
d. Employment support
e. Education support

Organizational Capacity

OUR EXPERIENCE – Vail Place has 35 years' experience providing community based services for adults with SPMI (serious & persistent mental Illness). The agency has specific proficiency as a provider of Clubhouse Model programming and is recognized by Clubhouse international (the organizing/accrediting body of this Evidence Based Program) as a leader in the movement nationally.

GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT – Vail Place has a dedicated engaged board of directors made up of community members (bringing a broad range of expertise) and program participants (representing various agency services). Board members participate in monthly committee meetings. The agency Committee structure (Board, community volunteers, staff and clients) supports achievement of strategic goals and stakeholder engagement. The agency is managed by an experienced Executive Director and Senior Management Team. The Ramsey County site will have an on-site Program Manager under the direction of our Clubhouse Program Director – both part of Senior Management.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT – Our Executive Director provides overall direction for all financial management, accounting, and budgeting functions – managing business and accounting staff. Management analyzes financial performance monthly, with an in-depth review per-formed by the Finance Committee on a quarterly basis. Annual budgets, audited financials, and 990 tax returns are reviewed and approved by the Finance Committee and Board of Directors.
Together with the Board Treasurer and Finance Committee, the Executive Director en-sures efficient and effective management of financial and capital resources in such a manner as to accomplish the objectives of the organization; for example:

• Diversified revenue sources, including: Private Funders (individual, institutional), Healthcare Providers/Payers, Public Funders (Federal, State, County), United Way, etc.

• Managed growth in accordance with the strategic vision; examples include: 30% in-crease in individual donors and 15% increase in revenues, expansion of Targeted Case Management program by 30% in 2013, and acquisition of 6,000 sf building to address capacity growth needs.

• Planned capital investment in assets as owner/manager of four buildings (two pro-gram sites, an apartment building – all debt free – and the newly acquired office building); sustained investment of approximately 2% annually in reserves.

Progress in reaching goals
• Total members served 1,898 (1,731 in 2014).
o Average served per day:
 159 on-site agency-wide and in the community
 90 at both Clubhouse CSPs (32 Hopkins; 58 Minneapolis)
• Building Capacity and Relationships:
o Grand Opening of Renovated Clubhouse (H1) and New Office Building (H2)
 Last December's event not only marked the successful completion of our capital capacity-building campaign, but highlighted important community relationships. Among the speakers were State Senator Ron Latz, State Representative Cheryl Youakim, Director of the Adult Mental Health Division of DHS, Alice C. Nichols, NAMI Executive Director, Sue Abderholden, and Wells Fargo (key funder) representative Katrina Bucknell.
 H2 now houses Administration and Case Management teams in a flexible and collaborative work environment that also includes educational and training space.
 H1 now includes:
• A complete, commercial kitchen, upgraded snack bar, and expanded dining area. We soon saw an increase in daily attendance – because of greater capacity and functionality – and an increase in capacity to provide food service related training and interest by members in food service
• Upgraded and expanded office and program space, including an Exercise Room, a Music Room, and private space for doctor visits and other confidential appointments and meetings.
• A lift that has make the entire building handicapped accessible.
 H1, H2 and our Minneapolis Clubhouse have all received upgraded audiovisual technology for improved collaboration, communications, and efficiency.
o Restructured Overall Management Team:
 Further restructuring of management team, begun the previous year, to provide more effective supervision and development of CSP, Case Management, and Collaborative Community programs. Among the changes was assigning two Case Management Tead Leads to provide administrative and program oversight to coordinate with the clinical supervisors.
o Expanded Case Management and Employment programs
 Added five case managers as part of the North Memorial North Case Management Team. Our Employment Program expanded with the addition of a new Transitional Employment (TE) site at Coastal Seafood, and the planning and development of a Social Enterprise to provide unique, new job opportunities for members in the oversight and day-to-day operations of a business.

o Expanded our focus on Integrated Care
 Joined Minnesota Practice Facilitation Program
• The National Council for Behavioral Health received a grant to provide intensive coaching and facilitation for practice change that amplifies existing state integrated health, e-health and accountable care efforts. This project offers customized coaching, organization-specific consultation and access to resources for community health centers and/or community mental health centers between November 2015 and November 2016. Vail Place is one of 16 participating organizations.

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Vail Place, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 11/28/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Mr. John Duffy

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Term: Mar 2012 - Feb 2018


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