Self-Directing your care can be complicated, and there can be a lot to learn. We've compiled a list of helpful resources and websites for you to explore. If you have questions, contact us, or reach out to your program specialist.
If you're looking for more specific resources such as training or Human Resources, you can access those below.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) helps provide essential services to Minnesota's most vulnerable residents.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services' main page. On this site you can find helpful resources and information.
This manual is the primary source for consumer directed community supports (CDCS) policy, and is a reference for lead agencies, financial management services providers, support planners and people who use CDCS.
The CBSM is a resource for lead agencies who administer home and community-based services that support older adults and people with disabilities. The Aging and Adult Services (AASD) and Disability Services (DSD) divisions publish guidance on and explanation of policy in the manual.
Other helpful sites
Helping families and professionals connect with information and services for children with special health needs.
MHCA represents and supports Minnesota home care providers committed to high quality home care service.
The Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA) is the gateway to services for Minnesota seniors and their families. MBA listens to senior concerns, researches for solutions, and proposes policy to address senior needs.
The Minnesota State Council on Disability (MSCOD) is a state agency providing leadership to empower and strengthen the rights of Minnesotans with disabilities.
The Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance supports Minnesotans affected by brain injury through advocacy, public policy, resource facilitation, case management and education.
View United States Senate voting records.
View Minnesota Legislature activity.
Finding Direct Care Staff
MRCI wants to assist families in finding the right staff to serve their loved ones, through our Job Placement Services.
Additionally, the following links have been helpful for other program participants: