Basic support services provide the level of assistance, supervision, and care that is necessary to ensure the health and safety of the person and do not include services that are specifically directed toward the training, habilitation, or rehabilitation of the person.
Basic support services include:
- Individual community living supports (ICLS)
- 24-hour emergency assistance
- Companion services
- Homemaker services
- Night supervision
- Personal support
- Respite care services
INTENSIVE SUPPORT SERVICES
In addition to the basic support service level of assistance, supervision, and care, intensive support services provide services specifically directed toward the training, habilitation, or rehabilitation of the person.
Intervention Support Services
In-home support services
- Residential-based habilitation
- In-home family support
- Supported living services for adults in their own home
- Individualized home support
- Independent living skills training
- Semi independent living skills
- Personal care assistance (PCA) services provide assistance and support for persons with disabilities, living independently in the community. This includes the elderly and others with special health care needs. PCA services are provided in the recipient’s home or in the community when normal life activities take him or her outside the home.
- Our certified MNsure Navigators provide free assistance with the application, enrollment, and renewal processes for MNsure and Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP). We will help you determine potential eligibility for MNsure plans and programs and all MHCPs, including Medical Assistance and Minnesota Care.
- Housing Stabilization Services is a new Minnesota Medical Assistance benefit to help people with disabilities, including mental illness and substance use disorder, and seniors find and keep housing. MNCAPD assists clients with the process of finding and procuring appropriate and affordable housing