Where can people with disabilities live in their own home?
Contact us to review our menu of services and funding streams to find the right fit. Opportunity Partners supports people who want to live in their own home or apartment. We focus on independent living and community access. Social and community engagement is key.
Where can people with disabilities live in the Twin Cities?
Opportunity Partners manages community homes throughout the Twin Cities Metropolitan area. Feel secure with our caring, professional staff who provide 24-hour services. We offer frequent social and community activities. Four people live together in our residences.
How are people with disabilities treated in Minnesota?
Over the past two decades, Minnesota has successfully transitioned from high use of institutional services, such as regional treatment centers and nursing facilities, to effectively serve people with disabilities with flexible, cost-effective home and community-based services.
How to contact the disability hub in MN?
The Disability Hub MN is a free statewide service to help you find options to live independently. You can call 866-333-2466 Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. or visit the Disability Hub MN website for more information anytime. You can also use the live chat feature on the website to connect with a specialist during business hours.
How much does the state of Minnesota pay for disability?
The State of Minnesota’s plan allows employees to choose their coverage amount in increments of $100. The minimum benefit amount you can enroll for is $300 per month and the maximum allowed is 60% of your gross monthly salary.
Where can I get free legal assistance in Minnesota?
SMRLS’ Senior Law Projects provide free legal assistance to low-income older people living in Washington, Dakota, Ramsey, Carver, and Scott Counties as well 28 additional counties in southern Minnesota.
How is the Olmstead plan helping people with disabilities?
As directed by the Olmstead Plan, DHS is working to reduce the number of people who receive services in segregated settings. The Olmstead Plan considers settings controlled by a provider as settings that potentially can segregate people with disabilities.
How to apply for short term disability in Minnesota?
If you want to make a change to the amount you have elected for short term disability you need to submit an Optional Application, which can be found on the Find a Form page. You can submit an Optional Application at any time.