Community Involvement Programs (CIP) provides residential services and housing to individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities in Pine County, Minnesota, as well as Adult Foster Care (AFC) for individuals with a serious and persistent mental illness within the Metro Area. In addition, CIP is a Host Home Provider in Hennepin County, offering a semi-independent living situation for individuals hoping to move outside of their family home or group home, but still seeking supports and a greater connection to the community.
More than a place to stay, a community to be a part of.
Regardless of what space each individual resides in, the men and women we support are encouraged and supported to become active in their community. To aid in that effort, staff provide ongoing training and support for:
- Developing community living skills
- Participation in recreation and leisure opportunities
- Encouragement and help building relationships with members of the neighborhood
Find the option that’s right for you.
Explore the types of community living opportunities we offer through our residential services program below.
Serving Hennepin County
Families open their homes to support up to two individuals within a semi-independent living situation. Families license their home as an Adult Foster Care (AFC) home, and CIP supports individuals and families to create a living situation matching the individual’s needs and preferences.
Adult foster care can be a great housing option for those with serious and persistent mental health issues that require day and night supervision. Additional benefits include medication monitoring and transportation.
Supported Living Services in Adult Foster Care homes
Locations Pine County
These small group living facilities offer housing for up to four adults each where every resident has his or her own room. Staff are available to assist residents 24 hours a day.