Progress Valley, Inc.

Mission Statement

Progress Valley provides a continuum of recovery support services, which encourages and guides individuals to lead responsible, fulfilling, chemical-free lives.

Contact Information

8030 Old Cedar Avenue South
Bloomington, MN 55425

General Information

Alternative Name
Progress Valley, PVI, PVII
Principal Staff
Susanne Lambert
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE)
Number of Clients


Board Chair
Michelle Culligan
Number of Board Members
Board Meetings with Quorum
Average Member Attendance

Impact and Programs

64% of clients successfully completed treatment and sober housing & 78% alumni abstinence rate; 66% increase in PV (sponsored & presented) community education workshops; Purchased 23,000sf property for renovation. Anticipate October 2015 transfer of women's program & occupancy; Fully implemented electronic health records. Went "live" September 2014; Received 5th consecutive 3 year CARF accreditation 09/14.
Current Goals
Further Expand/Enhance Operations to Best Meet Client Needs: Renovate new site with transfer of women's treatment program October 2015; Begin renovations to existing (vacant) site immediately thereafter for future relocation of men's treatment program (Spring 2016). Organize & implement 2015 Fundraising Breakfast. Administer operations to maximize resources & develop opportunities for growth. Further develop opportunities for alumni engagement. Ensure a Positive Reputation and Quality Services.
Community or Constituency Served
Progress Valley serves men and women age 18 and over who suffer from substance abuse disorders.
Geographic Area Served
Primarily residents of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, but also throughout Greater Minnesota and nationally.


3 Year Average Expenses
Program Services $1,803,141 85.1%
Management $265,452 12.5%
Fundraising $49,733 2.3%
Unrestricted Net Assets
2013 2012 2011
End of Year: $6,665,445 $5,124,599 $3,760,153
Beginning of Year: $5,528,372 $3,760,153 $3,289,472
Difference: $1,137,073 $1,364,446 $470,681

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