Supported living in residential family-style homes, providing personalized support and 24-hour supervision for up to eight people with physical, medical, mental health, and behavioral support needs. Residents work toward goals such as enhanced decision-making, building interpersonal skills, recreation, meal preparation, budgeting, self-care, and educational or vocational interests.

Location
Multiple Locations
Ages served
18+
Need/Service
Disability Services
Housing
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Insurance Accepted, Waiver; May vary by location.

Residential reentry services for women and men who are allowed to complete part of their sentence in the community. Residents work to restore community ties and obtain employment, while taking advantage of the opportunity to become accountable, productive citizens and avoid further involvement in the criminal legal system.

Location
Multiple Locations
Ages served
18+
Need/Service
Incarceration
Genders served
All genders
General phone

Mental health services for children struggling with emotional and behavioral issues in the school setting. Individual, family, and group therapy, skill building, and support groups are offered in schools and via telehealth.

Ages served
4-20
Need/Service
Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Mental Health
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Insurance accepted; Medical Assistance; Some clients are eligible for grants to cover the cost of care

A nutritionally balanced, sit-down lunch with varied menu options for people age 60+. Lunches are served hot, Monday through Friday. During the pandemic, the program has shifted to delivering meals to clients in their homes, as well as offering bi-weekly frozen meal delivery.

Location
Multiple Locations
Ages served
60+
Need/Service
Meals
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Waiver; Donations accepted; No one is ever denied due to inability to pay

Housing that includes moderate, technology-based supervision for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in their own apartments. Staff work with residents to set goals around daily living skills. Group home residents may "graduate" to this level of care depending on their independent living skills.

Ages served
18+
Need/Service
Disability Services
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Fee, Waiver
General phone

Culturally competent, personalized mental health services for children, adolescents, young adults, and families, available in person or via telehealth. Services are individualized to meet the unique needs of each child or family.

Ages served
All ages
Need/Service
Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Mental Health
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Insurance accepted including Medical Assistance; Private pay
General phone

Village at Franklin Station is a 90-unit, 3-story building offering affordable housing to older adults and people with disabilities in South Minneapolis.

Ages served
62+
Need/Service
Disability Services
Housing
Genders served
All genders
Audience
62+
Payment
Subsidized rent
General phone

A Minneapolis Public Schools alternative high school offering a small school environment with strong student support in math, science, and the humanities. The school offers credit recovery opportunities and serves grades 10-12 with a focus on leadership development and project-based learning.

Ages served
Grades 10-12
Need/Service
Education
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Free for Eligible Minneapolis Public School Students