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St. Joseph’s Villa has endured as a vital community resource for nearly two centuries. Focusing on our 2017-2020 Strategic Priorities will enable us to continue growing and evolving as an organization, and adapt to emerging needs:

  • People: Growing All of Us
    • Increase bench strength and staff engagement by training, mentoring, recognizing and rewarding high performers.
    • Enhance recruiting, retention, on-boarding, and feedback methods to increase the number of good-fit, high-quality staff who become raving fans about working here.
  • Delivery of Care: Leap Into Efficiencies
    • Determine and implement technologies and innovations to accelerate internal processes, quality improvement, data collection, and client service, and reduce expense.
    • Communicate, honor, modernize and maximize the value of our campus as a community asset.
  • Programs: A Leader With Partners In Our Community
    • Sustain and promote state-of-the-art programs.
    • Ensure strengths and resources remain vital and matched to evolving community needs.
    • Communicate prevention actions and results, and be an advocate for evaluating the merits of broader prevention focus and funding.
  • Money Fuels Mission: Create More Available Cash
    • Develop and expand more sources of unrestricted funds including endowments and planned giving.
    • Explore more potential revenue sources including space as an asset, social impact investing and crowd-funding.

Click here to download Strategic Priorities document.

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