Fraser has 27 Supervised Living homes for teens and adults with special needs. The homes are in neighborhoods throughout Hennepin and Anoka counties. These homes are available for individuals who need more support at home and in their community. Our goal for Supervised Living is to support the developmental, health, safety and social needs of each resident.
In each home, three or four people live together. Fraser staff is on-site 24 hours a day. They help residents manage their daily needs, like doing their hair, brushing their teeth or exercising. Our staff works with each individual to set and achieve goals. We also help them engage with the community through coffee dates, social events and trips to supermarket.
A registered nurse provides a health service consultation. Accessible homes are available for individuals with physical disabilities.
To qualify, individuals must have a diagnosis of a developmental, cognitive or other disability from the State of Minnesota. The county of financial responsibility then pays for the individual’s rent.
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Yukon House is located in Bloomington and serves female and male individuals. The home is a multi-level home and the current opening is not accessible. Programing is designed to increase skill development and independence. The individuals enjoy they enjoy music activities, shopping, going out to eat, crafting and occasional recreational activities on the weekends. This house has awake overnight staffing and regular visits from a Registered Nurse.
Wooddale house is a 2-story home in Coon Rapids. The home is not accessible as full staircases are needed to access the living space. This house is a transition home for young men age ranges 14-21. Wooddale is licensed for both child and adult and is not a permanent location. Individuals typically stay for 6 months – 3 years. Due to the age range of the current housemates, we are looking for a 14-16 year old individual at this time. All of the residents attend school during the week and there is no staffing onsite during that time. This house is highly structured with the expectations that individuals participate in skill-building programming in the following areas: emotional regulation, boundaries, self-help skills and activities of daily living. There is asleep overnight staffing and we offer regular visits from a registered nurse.