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We serve teens and communities across the country.
TreeHouse has been serving teens since 1979, helping them build relationships and resiliency rooted in living hope. We're based in Minnesota, but we have sites across the country. Each of our sites host programs that give teens a safe space to find support and belonging. Through mentorships, retreats, and other off-site activities, teens have the opportunity to build even deeper relationships with peers and caring adults.
5755 Wayzata Blvd.
Minneapolis, MN 55416
Email: [email protected]
CEO/President: Tim Clark
Chairman: Dave Mortensen
Board size: 4
Founder: Fred Peterson
Ruling year: 1984
Tax deductible: Yes
Fiscal year end: 09/30
Member of ECFA: Yes
Member of ECFA since: 1988
We want to ensure that our programs are effective and successful. That's why we've established a set of three primary goals as a way to measure success: teens establishing internal, foundational beliefs and skills; showing external expressions of those beliefs and skills; and the positive impact that will bring to a community.
We are on a mission to end hopelessness among teens.
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|Tim Clark||President & CEO||$132,471|
Compensation data as of: 3/31/2019
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For a timeline, visit: https://treehousehope.org/history/
We're proud of the transformation happening in our teens:
73% of TreeHouse teens believe they're lovable, capable, & worthwhile.
78% of TreeHouse teens give support to their peers.
69% of TreeHouse teens stand up against negative peer pressure.
80% of TreeHouse teens have goals for their future.