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Fraser Community Living Offers Safe, Inclusive Housing Options

If you are searching for safe, accommodating housing that helps you or a loved one live independently or with some support, look no further than Fraser Community Living.

Fraser Community Living offers three living options — Supervised Living, Supportive Living, and Independent Living — for adults with autism and intellectual and physical disabilities.

With apartments and group homes throughout the Twin Cities, you can find a location closer to home. You will also have the peace of mind that comes from knowing you or your loved one is well cared for and receiving support that ensures they can live as safely and independently as possible.

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Three Inclusive Housing Options for Safety & Independence

Fraser Community Living offers three living options — Supervised Living, Supportive Living, and Independent Living — for adults with diverse intellectual, emotional, or physical needs.

With apartments and group homes throughout the Twin Cities, you can find a location closer to home, and have the peace of mind that comes from knowing you or your loved one is well cared for, receiving support that ensures they can live as safely and independently as possible.

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Supervised Living: Around the Clock Personal Support

Fraser Supportive Living units include 24-hour emergency assistance and individualized home supports. Individuals live in their own apartment or with a roommate of their choice. Common supports include medication and medical appointment support, meal planning, grocery shopping, assistance with cooking, creating, and maintaining cleaning routines, budgeting, and communication with property managers.

Available Openings

Goldenrod House is a split-level home located in Plymouth near Eagle Lake Regional Park. The individuals living there are between the ages of 52-63. When COVID restrictions do not prevent it, some of the residents attend a day program and others work in the community during the week. The individuals at Goldenrod are very social and enjoy activities such as puzzles, listening to music, basketball, going for walks, and going out to eat. The home is staffed 2:4 and offers awake overnight staffing.


Evelyn House

Evelyn is a rambler style home located in Edina. The individuals living there are in their late 30s-50s. They enjoy watching TV, doing puzzles, and coloring along with going out to eat, for a drive, or for a picnic at the park. On the weekends, some of the individuals go on outings with their families, but most of the time they are all home. The house currently offers 1:4 staff support, with awake overnight staffing. On evenings and weekends, there is often 2:4 staffing provided.


83rd St.

83rd St. is a rambler style home located in Bloomington with the kitchen, dining room, living room, and all 4 bedrooms located on the main floor. There are accessible entrances in the front and back of the home, with a patio set in the backyard.  The home is located in a busy residential area, conveniently located just a couple blocks away from Girard Lake Park. Currently, 3 females, in their 60's and 70's, live in the home. The individuals enjoy arts and crafts, watching TV, going out to eat, and going outside when it is nice out. The house has 1-2 staffing during awake hours and when individuals are home, and awake overnight staffing. There are regular visits from a Registered Nurse.


Call 612-767-5180 or email communitysupports@fraser.org to learn more about placement options.
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Supportive Living: Affordable Housing for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities who are Living Independently

Fraser Supportive Living units include 24-hour emergency assistance and individualized home supports. Individuals live in their own apartment or with a roommate of their choice. Common supports include medication and medical appointment support, meal planning, grocery shopping, assistance with cooking, creating, and maintaining cleaning routines, budgeting, and communication with property managers.

The program is possible through a partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). All apartments are one-bedroom and smoke-free. Buildings are in Apple Valley, Bloomington, Hopkins, Minnetonka, and Richfield.

Available Openings

Parkside South

Fraser has availability to provide services to an individual with their own bedroom in a 2 bedroom apartment with a roommate, or their own 1 bedroom apartment at Parkside South. Parkside South is in Apple Valley and is located near a bus line and several shops. Individuals pay their own market-rate rent, utilities and living expenses for their apartment.


Greenfield

Fraser has availability to provide ICS services to an individual with their own bedroom in a 2 bedroom apartment with a roommate and an opening for an individual to be in their own 1 bedroom apartment, at Greenfield. Greenfield is in Hopkins and is located near a bus line, walking/biking trails and several shops. Individuals pay their own market-rate rent, utilities and living expenses for their apartment.


Woodstone

Fraser has availability to provide ICS services at Woodstone to individuals living in their own 1 bedroom apartment home, or a 2 bedroom apartment with a roommate. Woodstone is in St. Paul and is located near recreation trails, several shops, and is less than 5 miles from the heart of St. Paul. Individuals pay their own market-rate rent, utilities and living expenses for their apartment.


Alcott

Fraser has availability to provide ICS services to individuals living in their own 1 bedroom apartment, at the Alcott. The Alcott is in Minnetonka, located near Shady Oak RD and walking distance to several shops. Individuals pay their own market-rate rent, utilities and living expenses for their apartment. County waiver funding is used to pay for staffing and services provided.


Parkside North

Fraser has availability to provide services to an individual with their own bedroom in a 2 bedroom apartment with a roommate, or their own 1 bedroom apartment at Parkside North. Parkside North is in Plymouth and is located near French Regional Park and several shops. Individuals pay their own market-rate rent, utilities and living expenses for their apartment.


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Independent Living: Affordable Housing for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities who are Living Independently

Fraser operates five Independent Living apartment buildings for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities, who are 18 and over. Residents must be able to live independently with little support, as certified by a doctor or therapist.

The program is possible through a partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). All apartments are one-bedroom and smoke-free. Buildings are in Apple Valley, Bloomington, Hopkins, Minnetonka, and Richfield.

A property manager maintains the buildings, and Fraser staff mediate tenant issues, help with emergencies, plan activities, and assist residents with engaging in the community.

Residents pay 30% of their adjusted gross income in rent.

Fraser does not discriminate on the basis of disability status in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its federally assisted programs and activities. Fraser does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, familial status, marital status and sexual orientation in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in it’s federally assisted programs and activities.

For more information, contact us at 612-767-5180 or CommunityInclusion@fraser.org.

The person named below has been designated to coordinate compliance with the nondiscrimination requirements contained in the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s regulations implementing Section 504 (24 CFR, part 8 dated June 2, 1988).
Tina Berndt
2400 West 64th Street
Richfield, MN 55423
952-470-5063
Call the Fraser Intake Coordinator at 612-767-5180 or email CommunityInclusion@fraser.org If you need a referral, please contact your county.
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