Recent News

Millennials - the youngest generation currently in the workforce, or in college preparing to enter the workforce - are considered to be incredibly driven, responsible, dedicated and resilient. But even though they may not let it show, millennials face a tremendous amount of pressure and...

We've come so far this year, and we couldn't have done it without the generosity of wonderful donors, the hard work of dependable volunteers, the dedication of a talented staff and beyond all else...

On Tuesday, December 10th, members, staff, volunteers, donors and other friends of Vail Place gathered for a Grand Opening Celebration. The event marked the reopening of the Hopkins Clubhouse after an extensive remodel of the facility, as well as the opening of the new Administrative...

Recently, Vail Place received a $15,000 grant from Target to assist with our Housing Support Services. These services provide our members with safe, affordable, independent housing. Additionally, we help our members gain skills and tools necessary to retain housing and to be self-sufficient. This program...

We are pleased to announce that Vail Place has received a $15,000 grant from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation. The Schulze Family Foundation supports organizations operating in the areas of human and social services, education, health and entrepreneurship. We will use the grant for our...

Join us at our renovated Hopkins Clubhouse and new Administrative Building  in Hopkins on December 10, 2015 from 3:00 - 6:00 pm. A special Program and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will be at 4:00pm with featured guests including: Alice Nichols, Director of Mental Health, DHS Sue Abderholden, Executive Director,...

Star Tribune recently profiled Vail Place member Desi Heaven's story in a moving piece about what Minnesotans give thanks for during the Thanksgiving holiday. As the article makes clear, gratitude isn't a one-size-fits-all thing; everyone has different reasons to be thankful, different challenges and different blessings....

On Tuesday, November 17 from 6-8pm Vail Place will host a community conversation, "Community and Health: Stories of Impact and Collaboration." Vail Place and the State Innovation Model (SIM) present this story-sharing event that will feature patients, staff, and other partners’ personal experiences and impact...

Research has revealed schizophrenia may be treated effectively with talk therapy and family support while keeping medication to a minimum. This is incredible news for those who face debilitating side effects from antipsychotics. A government-funded study is based partly on long-standing programs in Australia, Scandinavia...

Janet's daughter has now been a member of Vail Place for over 20 years and her last hospitalization was in 1995. Because of this experience, Janet and her family are financial supporters of Vail Place, regularly participate in the annual Vail Place Roll...

At Vail Place, our members work alongside our staff to make a real impact. Having a sense of community has been proven to support long term recovery for those with serious mental illness. Recently writer Andy Steiner profiled Vail Place and the Clubhouse model on MinnPost. We're excited about...