Resources

Does it seem impossible to navigate through all of the information on disability services to find what you need? Do you have trouble determining what supports might be available to you or your family member? Do you ever wonder how to get assistance with finding a place to live, work, or go to school? Then these resource guides may be helpful for you.

Region 10 Quality Assurance staff recently developed resource guides to inform families and professionals about resources available for children and adults with disabilities in Minnesota. These guides include access to a wide range of internet-based information that will help individuals live and work as independently as possible including financial resources, disability funding sources, health care, education, specific supports and services, and more. 

The links to the resource guides for adults and children are found below, click “Adult Resource Guide” or “Children Resource Guide”: 

Adult Resource Guide

Children Resource Guide


Arc Region Information

The Arc Regions listed below are the fiscal hosts for the Arrowhead, Metro, and Region 10 Quality Councils and provide advocacy services in Duluth, Twin Cities, and Rochester.

Arc Northland

218-726-4725

http://arcnorthland.org/

Arc Minnesota, Greater Twin Cities Region

952-920-0855

https://arcminnesota.org/

Arc Minnesota, Southeast Region

507-287-2032

http://arcse-mn.org/


Disability Hub MN

Disability Hub MN is a free statewide resource network that helps people with disabilities solve problems, navigate the system, and plan for the future.

Visit the website

866-333-2466


The Office of Ombudsman for Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities

The Office of Ombudsman for Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities assists with the following:

  • Concerns or complaints about services
  • Questions about rights
  • Grievances
  • Access to appropriate services
  • Ideas for making services better
  • Review guardian actions
  • General questions or the need for information about services for persons with mental or developmental disabilities, chemical dependence, or emotional disturbance

You can contact the person who is responsible for the region where you live. See the contacts below.