Because each individual we support is unique, we strive to provide services that are tailored to each person’s own hopes, dreams, goals and needs.

Dungarvin Minnesota, provider since 1976, currently provides services to over 1500 people throughout the state. We provide Eldercare, In-Home, Responder Service, Acute Behavioral Services, Community Residential Settings, Support in Your Own Home, CADI Case Management, DD Case Management, Employment services, services to people with significant medical needs, and Independent Living services within the following counties:

  • Anoka
  • Benton
  • Carlton
  • Chisago
  • Dakota
  • Hennepin
  • Isanti
  • Itasca
  • Ramsey
  • Sherburne
  • St. Louis
  • Washington
  • Wright

Dungarvin Minnesota works cooperatively with each person, his or her family, the support team and county/state entities to ensure quality services. At Dungarvin Minnesota, we are committed to our mission of “Respecting and Responding to the Choices of People in Need of Supports”. Many people with disabilities need some assistance to live full and productive lives at home or at work. Even when the person lives with family members, there can be a need for additional support, such as taking the person out into the community or providing assistance with daily, personal and household tasks. Dungarvin Minnesota is a company that specializes in these types of support services.

We believe a person’s home should be a place of his or her choosing. We will provide the assistance and support necessary to create a healthy, safe, and happy atmosphere. This may be in a rented apartment or house, or a home owned by the people receiving services. People may live alone or with others. Services are also provided to people living with parents or foster care providers.

Getting Started

To seek services, one way is through a case manager, service coordinator or social worker. Contact the county information desk and ask for assistance from the community services for the department serving persons with disabilities.

The case manager will provide assistance on obtaining a funding method. The most common funding source for our services is through the Home and Community Based Services (HBCS) Waiver program. However, there are a variety of other funding sources as well. Once a person has a waiver, a case manager will assist the person in looking for appropriate services based on his or her needs. We also accept private pay people who need services and supports.

Home Pages for the counties Dungarvin provides services in include: Anoka, Benton, Dakota, Hennepin, McLeod, Ramsey, Sherburne, and Wright.

Services Offered by Minnesota

Assisted Living Plus Supports

Dungarvin provides assisted living supports to people who are elderly, and/or with disabilities, and/or brain injuries.

Dungarvin provides a campus setting targeted to support 16 people on the Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals (CADI), Brain Injury (BI), and Elderly waivers as well as private pay. The property and services are registered and licensed through the MN Department of Health and are wheelchair accessible.

Dungarvin Minnesota offers Assisted Living Plus Supports for these core areas:
Traumatic/ Acquired Brain Injury
Specialized Services

Transitional Services

Dungarvin provides short-term transitional placements in a range of homes.

This service is typically provided to a person who is in a crisis situation and need a place to live temporarily. We are able to support a person in need by placing him or her in a currently vacant placement, or as an addition to the people being served in a site. We can provide 24-hour services to people who have challenging behaviors, medical needs, or physical disabilities. Most services are for 90 – 180 days.

Dungarvin Minnesota offers Transitional Services for these core areas:
Specialized Services

In-Home Services

In-Home services are developed to provide supports to a child, adolescent or adult living with his or her family or in their own living environment. We serve individuals with a broad range of abilities and needs and our in-home services vary. The person and the family design the level of support and service that is needed.

In-home Services

In-Home Services are developed to serve people in his or her own living environment. We serve individuals with a broad range of abilities and needs. A child or family member may require supervision for his or her daily living routines or assistance with accessing community resources. The child or family member is monitored and supervised to the extent requested by the team. In-home services vary. We may go into the person’s home to assist family members with managing his or her finances. We may take them out weekly for swimming, grocery shopping, community education classes, or social events. In-Home respite care is also available. We can provide in-home services in any county we contract with throughout the state.

Independent Living Services

ILS services are very similar to the In-Home Services described above. The most significant differences are that this is not available to those on the MR/RC waiver. It is for those people on the BI, CAC, or CADI waivers. The other difference is that there is a stronger focus on learning or maintaining independence skills.

Dungarvin Minnesota offers In-Home Services for these core areas:
Traumatic/ Acquired Brain Injury
Children & Their Families
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Case Management Services

Dungarvin provides case management services to support people in their goal of living in the community as independently as possible.

Dungarvin Minnesota’s Case Management services are available to Ramsey County residents who receive funding through Medical Assistance, Home and Community Based Waivers including Developmental Disabilities (DD), Brain Injury (BI), Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals (CADI), and the Elderly Waiver (EW).

Our case management team assists in the navigation process of an everchanging social service system. The Dungarvin team provides information and advocacy in accessing a variety of service options and providers within each person’s community and works closely with them to ensure their satisfaction.

Dungarvin Minnesota offers Case Management Services for these core areas:
Traumatic/ Acquired Brain Injury
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Vocational Services

Vocational services provide individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities assistance with the initial stages of the employment assessment period, job searching and development, job coaching, and working independently.

Supported Employment

In Minnesota, Dungarvin provides one-to-one employment and training services to people with disabilities with the goal of finding real work and real pay. We can assist people with a developmental disability, brain injury, physical disability, or mental illness with defining and reaching work related goals.

Dungarvin is committed to flexibility. People can select from a wide variety of options to achieve personal goals as well as exercise individual choice in the design of services.

Dungarvin Minnesota offers Vocational Services for these core areas:
Traumatic/ Acquired Brain Injury
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Hourly Supports

Dungarvin's hourly supports provide staffing only when a person needs assistance. Staff are scheduled to be on-site to assist an individual according to his or her personal needs and goals. In some instances, staff may only drop by to assist with medication needs or financial assistance. In others, staff may be scheduled for longer time periods to assist with additional daily living skills.

Dungarvin Minnesota offers Hourly Supports for these core areas:
Traumatic/ Acquired Brain Injury
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Residential Services

Residential services are provided to an individual living in his or her own home or apartment with or without roommates, depending on the location. These sites serve individuals of various need levels, including individuals with significant medical, physical, or behavioral challenges. Staffing levels vary by the needs of the people being served. The focus of these services is to enhance independence and quality of life. Dungarvin's residential services are very flexible and easily modified to meet changing abilities, interests, choices, and needs of individuals.

Supported Living Services (Residental Group Homes)

These programs are licensed as adult or child foster care or as a supervised living facility by the Minnesota Department of Health, and have a program or service license from the Minnesota Department of Human Services under 245D. Dungarvin Minnesota operates nearly 60 SLS sites throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan, Hutchinson , and St. Cloud areas. Each site serves two to six people. These sites serve people of various need levels, including people with significant medical, physical or behavioral challenges. Staffing levels vary by the needs of the people being served.

Supported Apartment Services

Supported Apartment Services is an alternative to traditional adult foster care that allows flexibility to provide services tailored to the person. These services are designed to adapt to the increasing or decreasing needs of people who live in their own apartments. Services available include 24-hour emergency staff response with technology and supplemental support in areas including budgeting, menu planning, grocery shopping, assistance with medical appointments, and additional areas as identified. Supported Apartment Services are located throughout the metropolitan and greater MN area.

Dungarvin Minnesota offers Residential Services for these core areas:
Traumatic/ Acquired Brain Injury
Significant Medical Challenges
Behavioral Challenges
Mental Health
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Foster Care Services

Foster care is a specialized service providing safe, loving homes and intensive support to children or adults with traditional, special and/or complex needs. Supports provided vary depending upon the needs of the individual and family.

Adult Foster Care Services

Dungarvin Minnesota’s Adult Foster Care services provide supports to people who have complex medical needs requiring support with a wide range of physical and emotional needs.

We have programs serving adults who have CADI, BI, CAC and EW waivers. We also serve people who select private pay. The homes are located throughout the metropolitan area and north of the Twin Cities. Many sites offer handicap accessible single-level living. Each home serves four people, each with his or her own bedroom. Services are provided 24-hours per day.

For more information regarding these services, please contact us.