Young Adult - Services

Young Adults: 18+

Fraser Enables Individuals With Co-Occurring and Complex Needs To Thrive In The Community

Fraser can help with these common diagnoses, issues, behaviors and more.
  • Autism
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Down Syndrome
  • Complex Needs
  • Mental-Health
  • Isolating at Home
  • Lack of a Social Network
  • Not Interested in Employment

Fraser Career Planning and Employment offers an array of services that help individuals with autism, mental health, and disabilities prepare for a successful career or college experience.

Fraser adult mental health focuses on your strengths and helps develop coping skills. Our staff is uniquely qualified to serve adults with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities and other co-occurring mental health needs, but we also help adults manage emotions and relationship issues that arise from a family member’s diagnosis.

Fraser Community Living offers three different living options for teens and adults with diverse intellectual, emotional or physical needs: Supervised Living, Supportive Living and Independent Living. Our goal is to provide enough support to ensure individuals can live as safely and independently as possible in the community.

Fraser’s OnTRAC helps individuals, ages 14-26 who have autism, mental health concerns and diverse needs create their individualized path toward greater independence. OnTRAC is Fraser’s person-centered, collaborative approach to identifying and transitioning to adult-focused services and supports that will assist in reaching life goals.

Positive Behavior Support (PBS) is a caregiver-driven approach that includes assessment, proactively setting the stage for success, teaching new skills, reinforcing desirable behavior, and responding effectively to difficult behavior. Caregivers receive resources to learn more about PBS.

Talk to a Fraser Career Coach to learn about all the ways that Fraser can support your dreams of success in college or a career.
Sessions are held every Tuesday from 2 p.m.–2:30 p.m. via Zoom.

Social coaching enhances your ability to navigate social situations and improves your ability to secure and retain employment, create meaningful connections, and contribute to your community.
Learn about your personal style and gain skills that will help you create meaningful exchanges.

Learn about a variety of careers directly from individuals working in those fields.
EXplore different career fields with an EXpert! The Fraser 2EX program connects you to a Fraser Career Coach and experts in a variety of careers.
Days and times vary for informational interviews via ZOOM vary.

The State of Minnesota offers a wide variety of services to support counseling, training, job skills, disabilities, and education.
Then meet with a Fraser Career Coach to get one-on-one support.

Fraser OnTRAC develops individualized plans to help individuals, ages 14-26, with autism, mental health concerns, and diverse needs make the transition into adulthood.
We put together a collaborative Fraser team, community experts, and the right resources to help you achieve your goals.