Supported Living Partnerships can be a great solution for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who would like at-home support with day-to-day living. The Supported Living Partnerships program provides a range of supports to adults with disabilities who live in their own apartments and homes in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area.
How can Supported Living Partnerships be helpful?
Through this program, staff meet regularly with individuals to help them with shopping, paying bills, budgeting, and accessing community resources. Participants also get help developing and maintaining relationships with friends and neighbors. Several small self-advocacy and interest groups receive ongoing support from staff as part of the services that we provide.
Special funding is available to some participants.
Supported Living Partnerships offers a limited number of short-term housing subsidies to assist adults in transition from living at home to an independent arrangement. The program is funded by SILS (Semi-independent Living Services) and the Medicaid waiver.
How can I learn more?
For additional information about Supported Living Partnerships, contact Deb Procknow, Program Manager at 612-362-4435 or firstname.lastname@example.org/. To make a referral, please download and use this SLP referral form (DOC)