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Contact: Kim Sheagren
Address 1900 Chicago Ave Minneapolis MN 55404 Phone: (612) 752-8000 Website: avivomn.org/

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Founded in 1960, Avivo provides shelter and housing supports, chemical and mental health services, career education, and employment services. We specialize in helping individuals and families who face personal or systemic barriers – poverty, homelessness, joblessness, chemical addiction or mental health concerns. Avivo pairs services to support each person’s unique path to better health, stability and economic or career advancement. Avivo serves Minnesotans living in the Twin Cities and St. Cloud metro areas.

Categories: Chemical Health, Education, Employment and Vocation, Mental Health
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Contact: Nancy Baldrica
Address 2400 W 64th St Richfield MN 55423 Phone: (612) 861-1688 Website: www.fraser.org

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Fraser is Minnesota’s largest and most experienced provider of autism and early childhood mental health services. Fraser serves children and adults through healthcare, housing, education and employment. Our programs are nationally recognized for their high quality, innovation and individualized family-centered approach. Fraser has been serving children and families for over 75 years and is recognized as an innovator in serving those with special needs. Fraser involves the entire family – parents and caregivers are the experts when it comes to their children.

Categories: Autism Services, Case Management, Community Living, Education, Mental Health
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Contact: Julie Guidry
Address 3501 Chicago Ave S Minneapolis MN 55407 Phone: 612-331-4584 Website: www.upstreamarts.org

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Upstream Arts uses the power of the creative arts to activate and amplify the voice and choice of individuals with disabilities. Upstream Arts was founded in 2006 by Julie and Matt Guidry, parents who witnessed first-hand the positive impact of the arts on their son, Caleb, who is non-verbal. Upstream Arts’s vision is to change mindsets about ability and disability and promote more connected and engaged communities
by increasing intentional opportunities for shared creative experiences.

Categories: Advocacy, Education
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