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YOUR SEARCH FOUND 31 RESOURCES FOR DISABILITY SERVICES
Definition: Servides to individuals whose physical or mental health limits their day-to-day functioning and social life. May be highly specialized and disease or condition specific.

ADULT COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: CBS is made up of four programs serving the mentally ill in their home communities. The goal of these programs is to assist the individual to live and to maintain themselves in their communities and reduce the need for further hospitalization as much as possible. Programs available are: Targeted Case Management, Community Support Program (CSP), Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS). Each program has specific criteria for entrance into the program. Please call for further information on the programs. Crisis Services are being implemented in 2008.
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ARC SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Advocacy and support for persons with developmental disabilities and their families, serving the counties of Houston, Olmsted, Dodge, Fillmore, Rice, Goodhue, Wabasha and Winona.
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CARDINAL OF MINNESOTA, LTD.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Provide residential and in-home services for individuals with developmental disabilities. We currently have 24 residential services within Southeast Minnesota.
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DISABILITY LINKAGE LINE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Disability Linkage Line (DLL) is a FREE information, referral and assistance service that helps you connect to services and programs that meet your needs. The DLL service in your area is coordinated by Southeastern Minnesota Center for Independent Living (SEMCIL) through a grant from Minnesota Department of Human Services, Disability Services Division. The public can access this service Monday-Friday during regular business hours.
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HIAWATHA VALLEY EDUCATION DISTRICT

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Hiawatha Valley Education District delivers services through a cooperative concept of efficiency and economy while preserving local autonomy. Work Experience Program - Teaches students positive work skills, laws and problem solving techniques; observe and evaulate student job performance; communication with employers, students, teachers, parents and transition related agencies; assist with IEP/IIIP temas.
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HIAWATHA VALLEY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Comprehensive mental health and behavioral health counseling and therapy services to children, teens, adults and families.
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HOME AND COMMUNITY OPTIONS, INC.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Home and Community Options provides support and residential services to persons with developmental disabilities who reside in the Winona County area. The agency provides support to persons of all ages.
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HOUSING & REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (HRA)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Agency administers housing programs throughout the city. Zero percent Deferred loans for homeowners that make less than $18,000.00 per year. Five percent loans for up to 20 years for needed improvements. Rental property loans that range from 0-6 percent depending on an owner's needs. Covers the City of Winona.
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LDA MINNESOTA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Testing for learning disabilities, individualized tutoring, small tutoring groups for children at the office in Minneapolis. Workshops and support groups for parents of children with AD/HD and adults with AD/HD. Fees for services. Engages in public education and outreach to help raise awareness about learning disabilities and related difficulities.
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LEGACIES LLC

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Legacies provides well-trained, supported and energetic staff to people with mental illness, developmental disabilities and related conditions in 1:1and group home settings. At Legacies we focus on building relationships, building skills and building individuals.
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LUTHERAN SERVICES OF WINONA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Supported living services, in-home service, personal support and supported community involvement for persons with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injury.
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MENTAL ILLNESS SUPPORT GROUP

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Mental Illness Support Group
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MENTAL ILLNESS: SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Mental Illness: Support for Families and Friends.
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PACER CENTER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: PACER's programs help parents become informed and effective representatives for their children.
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PEOPLE FIRST OF WINONA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: This is a self-advocacy group. The group meets the second Monday of each month. The group usually meets at Home & Community Options, lower level, 66 East Third Street, Winona.
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PEOPLE OF FAITH

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Ecumenical ministry offered to adults (16+) with developmental disabilities. Meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays from October through April.
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QUALITY LIVING HOME HEALTH CARE, INC.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Provides 24-hour care with RN's, LPN's and CNA's. Total skills care for adult daily in home living assistance.
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REM RIVER BLUFFS, INC.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Group residential, in-home assistance and homehealth assistance.
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RIVERFRONT, INC.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Individualized job placement and support for individuals with disabilities. Skills training, recreational assistance and daily living supports to promote independence in the community. Riverfront provides services to individuals in Winona County.
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SOUTHEASTERN MN CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING - WINONA OFFICE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: (SEMCIL)This service provides assistance with independent living skills to individuals with a permanent disability. Other services are peer mentors, personal care assistance, home health care, workshops, home modifications, housing assistance, advocacy service, information and referral. Access technician evaluates businesses and service agencies to determine accessibility and make recommendations.
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SOUTHERN MINNESOTA REGIONAL LEGAL SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Legal assistance for eligible low income persons.
New Case Intake telephone: 1-888-575-2954
New Intake hours: 9-12 & 1-3:30 (M-F)
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STATE SERVICES FOR THE BLIND

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: State Services for the Blind (SSB)provides training in using adaptive computer technology and independent living skills tailored for persons who are blind or have visual impairments. They also have counselors who are able to visit individuals in their local communities. See Full Description for further information.
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WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S PROJECT COMPASS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Adults with disabilities program. Slower paced classes for all, specialized classes for people with disabilities, professional development workshops and support groups.
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WAPS-WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: WALC 507-494-1470 WSHS 507-494-1504 Work experience program. Classroom component involves self awareness, career exploration, job seeking skills, and job keeping skills. Can include jobsite transportation during the school day. (ALC students can access service without IEP).
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WINONA COUNTY DEVELOPMENTAL ACHIEVEMENT CENTER-DAC

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The DAC is a day training and Habilitation Program for adults (18 and up) with Developmental Disabilities. We provide employment in-center and in the community. We also have life skills, recreational, and community orientation programs.
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WINONA COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES DEPT.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The local agency administering public assistance, child support and social service programs.
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WINONA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Home Care services are provided for persons of all ages. Public Health Nurses are available to assess health status, monitor vital signs, assist with medications and dressing changes, and provide teaching as needed. Nurses communicate closely with the physician to develop an individualized plan of care. Home health aides are available to assist with personal care, range of motion exercises, meal preparation, and incidental homemaking. Physical, occupational, speech, and respiratory therapies are provided as ordered by the physician. For more information please see Full Description.
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WINONA COUNTY RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Our purpose is to use restorative measures to help juveniles understand who is affected by their actions and to take accountability for their actions. We provide alternate, retributive and restorative programming for the at-risk youth in our communities.
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WINONA ORC

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Job development, job coaching, support services and long-term follow up. Three levels of service: Center-based employment which includes return to work referral, income producing employment and supported services and training. Community-based employment including job skills classes, evaluations, job placement and job development. Supported employment program which are enclave positions under the guidance of WORC staff.
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WINONA TRANSIT SERVICE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The public transit system for the cities of Winona and Goodview. See Full Description for information on Fees and Hours.
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WINONA WORKFORCE CENTER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: State job service, work and training programs. We provide a variety of topics preparing individuals how to job search with job search classes, resume, cover letter writing, where to look for work, etc.
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Disclaimer: The Community Resources section of WinonaShares.org is still a work in progress. Watch for improvements and a more complete listing of services in the coming weeks. Please let us know if you find errors in any of the listings. Also let us know if you think a group, organization, or agency should be listed here. Contact us by phone at (507) 457-6467, or by email.


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