Organizations get grants to expand services for disables, elderly Minnesotans

Organizations serving people with disabilities and aging populations across Minnesota will receive more than $14 million to expand services to diverse […]

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Organizations serving people with disabilities and aging populations across Minnesota will receive more than $14 million to expand services to diverse communities, rural areas and regional centers. Funding for the community-based provider capacity grants comes from the federal American Rescue Plan Act, with a recent commitment by Gov. Tim Walz and the Minnesota Legislature to temporarily continue the grant program. 

The grants will help organizations improve their capacity to provide Home and Community-Based Services for people with disabilities and aging Minnesotans.

Providers that serve or plan to add services for rural and underserved communities will receive funding, along with organizations working to become Home and Community-Based Services providers for the first time.  

“So many providers want to expand their services and we are pleased to support them,” said Human Services Commissioner Jodi Harpstead. “These grants can be transformational, allowing them to extend their reach to more Minnesotans.” 

Grant recipients by state region are: 

Northwest: Adult Day Services, Inc.; Heartland PCA LLC; Housing Matters; Northwest Intergenerational Community Engagement; and Polk County Social Services. 
Northeast: Access North Center for Independent Living of Northeast Minnesota; Arc Northland; Divine Konnections, Inc.; Family Rise Together; Lighthouse Center for Vital Living; North Shore Partners; NorthStar Community Services; Range Transitional Housing Inc.; West Central Minnesota; CCRI Inc.; Empowering Kids Perham; Lakes & Prairies Community Action Partnership, Inc.; Perspective Co-Op; and West Central Minnesota Communities Action, Inc. 

Central: A Home for the Day LLC; All About Caring Home Care LLC; Brendas Place LLC; Building Hope Inc.; Caring Hands Home Care, Inc.; Central Minnesota Dementia Community Action Network; Dirty Deeds Services LLC; Discovery Horse LLC; Dynamik Relation Services Inc.; Employment Enterprises Inc.; Homebase Housing Services Inc; Monarch Support Services; Nokomis LLC; Project Forward Inc.; and Sisu Living LLC. 

South Central: Averyon Homes Inc.; Karen’s Care; Resolute Care LLC; and Waseca Area Caregiver Services  

Southwest: Center Care Inc. 

Southeast: Cardinal Home Services LLC; Engaged Home Care; Family Services Rochester; LaCresent Area Health Home Partnership; and Wabasha County Developmental Achievement Center Inc. 

Twin Cities: Absolute Care LLC; Ascend Housing Services; Accra Care; Active Care Services; Affinity Residential Care LLC; Alchemy Home Healthcare Inc.; All Love & Care LLC; All Welcoming Adult Care LLC; Alliance Care LLC; Anishinaabe Endaad LLC; Asian Flame Catering LLC; Aspen Healthcare Services LLC; Believe in Yourself; Best Choice Home Care Inc.; Best Choice Home Health; Better Home Health Care Inc.; Better Living Group Home; Breaking Barriers LLC; Bright Star Adult Day Service; Chinese Social Service Center; Circle of Life Home Care; Clare Housing; Client Centered HCBS LLC; Comfort Care Homes LLC; Comfort Meals LLC; Compassionate Autism Center; Compassion Home Care LLC; Core Health Care; DARTS; Diamonds Home Health Care Inc.; ELP Right Living Health LLC; Epiphany Family Services; Fidelity Healthcare; Future Care LLC; Golden Star Residential Care LLC; Healing Family Services LLC; Healing Home Healthcare LLC; Helix LLC; His House Foundation; Holistic Array of Authentic Services; Homebridge Healthcare Services; Hope House of St. Croix Valley; Kang Le LLC; Lashia Elderly Care Center; Lifeworks Services; Link Up LLC; Livable Home Solutions LLC; Living Well Disability Services; Long Live Adult Day Center LLC; Loving Arms Home Care Corporation; Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota; Metro Meals on Wheels; Midwest Home Health Care; Midwest Medical and Rehabilitative Services LLC; Minneapolis American Indian Center; Noble Hearts Care Services LLC; Northstar Support Services LLC; Onyx Care Solutions; Opportunity Community Services Inc.; Opportunity Partners; Otter Tail Health Care Services; Paetners in Community Supports; Our Lady of Peace; Paradise Assisted Living Inc.; Peoples Development Services; Raqi Home Health Care; Reach for Resources Inc.; Rise Inc.; Shakir Consulting Services LLC; Smile Health Care LLC; Somgen LLC; Sunset Care LLC; The Arc Minnesota; Wingspan Life Resources; Winnesota Home Health Care LLC; and Zion Baptist Church. 

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