Supervised Living

Homes for adolescents and adults with disabilities that support the developmental, health, safety and social needs of each person

Fraser Supervised Living operates 27 homes for adolescents and adults with disabilities and provides services to address the developmental, health, safety and social needs of each person. These houses are located in urban and suburban neighborhoods throughout Hennepin and Anoka Counties.

On-site staff develop and manage day-to-day services to assist each person in participating in the community at his/her highest ability. Family, friends and a receptive community play a large part in helping each person achieve their goals. Fraser makes a lifelong commitment to serve our residents as long as Supervised Living continues to be the best option for them and resources are available to meet their needs.

On-site services include: 24-hour staffing tailored to the needs of the people in each home, health service consultation provided by a Registered Nurse, accessible homes based on people’s needs.

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Available Openings

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Goldenrod House - Plymouth

Goldenrod house is a non-accessible split-level residence. It is located in a quiet neighborhood where wildlife is often seen in the yard. There is an opening for a male to live with three other men ranging in ages from 40 to 70. The house includes four bedrooms, a living room, a basement area, a game/craft/TV room and more. Diagnoses of residents includes intellectual disabilities, mental health diagnoses and early onset dementia. There is a bus line near the home. There are stores near the home but not within walking distance. 

For more information, please contact CommunitySupports@fraser.org or 612-767-5180.

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Wooddale House - Coon Rapids

Wooddale house is located in Coon Rapids and serves males up to 20 years of age in transition. There is a potential opening for a male, aged 14 to 16. Programming is designed to increase skill development that will facilitate graduation to an independent living option or to return to the family home. All residents attend school or work during the week. This house has awake overnight staffing and regular visits from a Registered Nurse.

For more information, please contact CommunitySupports@fraser.org or 612-767-5180.

Success Story

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