Sherburne County Health and Human Services provides case management and support services to persons with disabilities with the goal of assisting individuals to live as independently as possible in the least restrictive setting.
You, or a representative who can speak on your behalf, can request services by completing and submitting the HHS Service Request Form or by calling the Sherburne County Intake Line at 763-765-4000 and choosing option 4. Professionals can also make referrals through one of these two options.
Home & Community Based Waivers
Minnesotan residents with disabilities or chronic illnesses who need certain levels of care may qualify for the state’s home and community based waiver programs. Waivers are intended to promote community living and independence by providing health care and support services based on individual needs. Waivered services are used to supplement, not replace, other funding sources such as insurance, Medical Assistance or Medicare.
- BI (Brain Injury)
- CADI (Community Access for Disability Inclusion)
- CAC (Community Alternative Care)
- DD (Developmental Disabilities)
- Case Management
Developmental Disabilities (Rule 185) case management for persons with developmental disability or related conditions assists persons in gaining access to needed social, medical, educational and other supports and services.
The case manager works on behalf of the person to identify their unique needs and to minimize the impact of the disability on the person’s life while assuring continuity of services and supports for the person. If you have questions related to eligibility for Developmental Disabilities case management, please contact Sherburne County Health and Human Services at 763-765-4000.
- Day Training and Habilitation
- Sherburne Support Program
The Sherburne Support Program (SSP) provides cash Programs to families that have a family member with a developmental disability. The goal of the program is to support families and prevent or delay out of home placement.
The Program is funded by Sherburne County and is designed to assist families in covering some of the additional expenses that are directly related to the individual’s disability.
- Semi-Independent Living Skills
- ICF / DD (Intermediate Care Facilities for persons with developmental disabilities)
- Sherburne County Resource Directory for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDF)
Consumer Directed Community Supports
Consumer Directed Community Supports (CDCS) is a service option available to people on the home and community-based services (HCBS) waivers and Alternative Care (AC) program. CDCS gives a person flexibility in service planning and responsibility for self-directing his or her services, including hiring and managing support workers. CDCS may include traditional services and goods, and self-designed services.
For additional information, view the online learning module CDCS online learning module.
For Sherburne County training, view the Sherburne County CDCS Training video.
The MnCHOICES Assessment is used by certified assessors to determine program and service eligibility for the following programs:
Home and community-based services (HCBS) waivers: Brain Injury (BI), Community Alternative Care (CAC), Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI), Developmental Disabilities (DD), Personal Care Assistance (PCA), Consumer Support Grant (CSG), Rule 185 (Development Disability) case management, Semi-independent Living Services (SILS)
Personal Care Assistance
Personal Care Assistance (PCA) services help a person with day-to-day activities in their home and community. PCAs help people with activities of daily living, health-related procedures and tasks, observation and redirection of behaviors and instrumental activities of daily living for adults.
Home care provides medical and health-related services and assistance with day-to-day activities to people in their home. It can be used to provide short-term care for people moving from a hospital or nursing home back to their home, or it can also be used to provide continuing care to people with ongoing needs. Home care services may also be provided outside the person’s home when normal life activities take them away from home.
Special Needs Basic Care
SNBC is a voluntary managed care program for people with disabilities ages 18 through 64 who have Medical Assistance. Enrollees may have a care coordinator or navigator to help them get health care and support services.
Questions about SNBC?
- Disability Hub
- If you have questions about SNBC health care providers or services, contact the SNBC health plans.
- Adult Protection
- Disability Hub
- Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention (EIDBI) The purpose of the EIDBI benefit is to provide medically necessary early intensive medical intervention for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and related conditions.
- IEIC (Interagency Early Intervention Committee)-early intervention services for infant and children with disabilities. If you have concerns with your child’s development, please contact your child’s local school district or make a referral through Help Me Grow.
- Vocational Rehabilitation Services- If you have a disability and want to explore employment options, Vocational Rehabilitation Services through the State of Minnesota can help you prepare for, find, and keep a job.