Senior Community Services

Mission Statement

The mission of Senior Community Services is to develop, coordinate and provide services that help meet the needs of older adults and support their caregivers.

Impact and Programs

Accomplishments Government - Increased government funding through advocacy and cultivation $500,000 2-year Live Well at Home for the HOME program through DHS – which is the max amount they give out $68,000 additional Hennepin County funding for Senior Outreach & Caregiver Services 2016 contract End of 2014 revenue was $1,623,777 Budgeted 2016 Revenue is just over $2 mil After three years of due diligence in selecting a database, NetSuite is a solution for an agency-wide web-base information system/database – everything on one platform – from accounting, to donor tracking, to program operations. Moving forward with implementation in 2016. Better program inefficiencies and more effective use of time. We acquired Neighborhood Involvement Program's and HandyWork's chore programs and merged them into our Household & Outside Maintenance for Elderly (HOME) program. We went from serving 1,070 HOME clients in 2014 to 1,429 HOME clients in 2015. Spring 2015 issue of MNSights, the flagship publication for Minnesota Philanthropy Partners named Senior Community Services as one of 12 nonprofits statewide making a high impact on aging services. We came in at #8. In addition, Senior Community Services received the 2015 John Yoakam Award for Service to LGBT Elders On May 7th from Training to Serve. 1. 90% of elders will continue to live independently with dignity and safety in the community and not become long-term nursing home residents. 2015 Results 96% 2. 90% of elders will report that they have the information and support to make decisions and obtain services that meet their individual needs. 2015 Results 93% 3. 85% of elders will experience reduced isolation and improved emotional status as a result of the services received. 2015 Results 85% 4. 85% of caregivers/families of older adults were able to apply knowledge learned about resources available for technical, emotional, and/or spiritual support. 2015 Results 99%
Current Goals 1. Advance Program/Service Innovation 2. Enhance Operational Efficiency & Effectiveness 3. Ensure the Strength and Sustainability of the Agency 4. Expand Brand Recognition
Community or Constituency Served Frail elderly, seniors, baby boomers, caregivers
Geographic Area Served Depending on the program. Household & Outside Maintenance for Elderly (HOME) serves Hennepin County Senior Outreach serves Suburban Hennepin County Caregiver Services serves Hennepin, Carver and Scott Counties Medicare & Health Insurance Counseling serves Hennepin & Wright Counties Senior Centers serve Hennepin and Wright Counties Senior Partners Care is statewide CareNextion is Statewide

Reports & Finances

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Notes from the Council

Organization Last Reviewed on 05/24/2016

This date is representative of when we completed our initial Accountability Wizard® nonprofit review, and provided the organization with their results. This review is good for three years from the date provided
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10201 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 335
Minnetonka, MN 55305
Phone: 952-541-1019

General Information

Alternative Name: Household & Outside Maintenance for Elderly, HOME, Senior Outreach & Caregiver Services, CareNextion, Medicare & Health Insurance Counseling, Senior Partners Care
EIN: 41-0720473
Principal Staff: Deb Taylor
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE): 32
Number of Volunteers: 4,251
Number of Clients: 24,000


Board Chair: Terri Urbaniak
Number of Board Members: 20
Board Meetings with Quorum: 6
Average Member Attendance: 15.8

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