CIP is offering a FREE Employment Training

Are you are an individual with a disability or do you have a family member with a disability? Or are you a person who does self-directed support? If so, CIP is offering a free training through our Employment Services. The course will cover Discovering Personal Genius (TM) and will highlight the ways a person can [...]

CIP Summer Social – July 25th

Thank you to everyone who came to the CIP Summer Social.   It was a wonderful time and we raised over $3,500 for our programs.         Please join us for a night at the Yacht Club! This will be an opportunity to learn a little more about Community Involvement Programs (CIP) and [...]

Workshop on Supporting My Own Sexual Health

Community Involvement Programs and The MN Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities PRESENT: SUPPORTING MY OWN SEXUAL HEALTH: HOW TO BE SAFE, HEALTHY AND HAPPY IN MY RELATIONSHIPS This free 3 hour workshop, led by Katie Thune** will lead participants to: Gain skills and confidence in navigating personal and close relationships Identify healthy and unhealthy behaviors [...]

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CIP is Proud to Announce it has Received CQL Accreditation

Community Involvement Programs is incredibly honored to be able to announce that we have just received our accreditation from the Council for Quality and Leadership today! CQL is a leader in working with human service organizations to help strive for more quality services and quality of life. This represents thousands of hours of work by [...]

Medicaid or Medicare…what’s the difference and why should I care?

Many people do not know the difference between Medicaid and Medicare and simply consider them “entitlement programs”. There are a great number of people who CIP serve that utilize the Medicaid program to pay for their services. Medicaid is more than a health care program. It is a life-giving program. It's not about just health [...]