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- HERO House NW IMPACT Report 2022
We are pleased to present our 2022 IMPACT Report. We are proud of our achievements and grateful to our partners, friends, staff and members who make Clubhouses an amazing community resource for people experiencing mental illness. Click here to view the full report and read our Financial Accountability. View or down load report here.
- HERO House NW CEO named one of Puget Sound Business Journal's 2023 top 40 under 40 executives
HERO House NW's Chief Executive Officer, Kailey Fiedler-Gohlke, was names as one of Puget Sound Business Journal's (PSBJ) top 40 under 40 executives in 2023. The honorees represent a wide range of companies that reflect the diversity of the Puget Sound region's business community. Kailey will be celebrated at an upcoming event on April 26th at the Showbox Pike Place Market as well as featured in the PSBJ publication on April 28th. More information will be posted as available. The PSBJ is a paid publication, and this link requires a subscription to access: https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/news/2023/03/13/40-under-40-class-of-2023.html?cx_testId=40&cx_testVariant=cx_42&cx_artPos=0
- HERO House NW IMPACT Report 2021
We are proud to publish our 2021 IMPACT Report, with gratitude to our members, community partners, Board of Directors and Advisory members for their many contributions. Click here to view dynamic report in browser. Click below to download report
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- Mental Health | HERO House NW
Home: Welcome Op-Ed: 988 crisis line will help, but care needed after call July 31st, 2022 By Kailey Fiedler-Gohlke The new mental health crisis lines can be backed with services and supports using a clubhouse model. Read the Op-Ed Op-Ed: Seattle Times Care Responders October 29th, 2021 We were encouraged to see the The Seattle Times editorial board putting its support behind the city's recent investment in expanding Health One — and we wanted to add our support. For too long, we have relied on law enforcement — armed officers who are trained to enforce the law, not to help those experiencing mental health crises — to the growing needs of this community. These interactions often turn violent and even deadly. Read the Op-Ed Our Vision We envision a world where people living with serious mental illness thrive in communities of hope and opportunity. We know that people thrive when they are in caring communities. We call those communities Clubhouses! About Us Locations Bellevue Clubhouse Seattle Clubhouse Everett Clubhouse Contact Us 12838 SE 40th Pl., Bellevue, WA 98006, USA email@example.com (425) 614-1282
- IMPACT Summit | HERO House NW
IMPACT Summit 2023 Thank you to everyone who participated in our inaugural IMPACT Summer on March 25th! This was our opportunity to reveal our annual IMPACT Report and honor the individuals and organizations who advanced our mission throughout the year. In recognition of our key community partners, we presented individuals and organizations with the following IMPACT AWARDS during the program: Abe Kriger Visionary Award - Senator Manka Dh ingra Partner in Mental Health - 3R Technology Partner in Mental Health - Farms for Life Bellevue Clubhouse IMPACT Award - Phil Gerson Everett Clubhouse IMPACT Award - Harold J. & Meg McClure Seattle Clubhouse IMPACT Award - Larry Clum For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org . Event Photos Click button below to view a slide show of the event. To download photos, please enter the password: HERO View Photo Gallery
- Financial Accountability | HERO House NW
2022 IMPACT Report 23HER005_Impact-Report-R03V01-IN_Page_01 HERO House NW IMPACT Report 2021 23HER005_Impact-Report-R03V01-IN_Page_02 23HER005_Impact-Report-R03V01-IN_Page_04 23HER005_Impact-Report-R03V01-IN_Page_01 HERO House NW IMPACT Report 2021 1/24 DOWNLOAD REPORT To help us realize our vision, HERO House NW relies on grants, public funding, and gifts from generous donors like you. HERO House NW Funding Spending Responsibly In Numbers We are dedicated to spending your gifts responsibly, and to be good stewards of our donations. 81% We spend 81% of our funds on our daily programs–areas such as Employment, Education, and Social–that directly benefit our members and help them move forward with their lives. 12% The administrative costs to run the clubhouse programs of HERO House NW represent only 10% of our budget. 7% Annually we use 6% of our budget on fundraising and marketing. Financial Efficiency HERO House NW’s financial practices demonstrate the highest standard of accountability and best practices. We encourage you to read our annual impact report and our 990 filings which are linked on this page. An annual financial statement from our independent auditor, Loveridge Hunt & Co. is available upon request. Impact Report 2022