Rise

For people who are entering the workforce for the first time, or people who are just not interested in competitive job placement, Center-based employment provides the opportunity for people to work at a Rise location with the support of Rise staff.

Rise Anoka: This location serves those aged 21 and older who could benefit from employment and related DT&H services. We create customized plans that include life enrichment activities, volunteer opportunities, and individualized employment plans for people with a range of developmental, intellectual, and physical disabilities. This program maintains a 1:3 ratio, and occasionally will intake people supported by a 1:1 ratio, depending on the case. Funding primarily comes from the person's county of residence, or a Medicaid, CADI, or CDCS Waiver.

Rise Coon Rapids: This program focuses on creating customized employment and community integration outcomes consistent with a person-centered career plan. It is designed for those 21 and older with developmental/intellectual disabilities and related conditions who can benefit from employment and related DT&H services. This program is usually funded by the person's county of residence, a Medicaid waiver, MA or CDCS.

Rise Spring Lake Park, CBTE: Rise’s CBTE services consist of a number of programs aimed at developing customized employment and community integration outcomes consistent with person-centered career plans. Programs provide job experience in an integrated setting and allow people to test out work environments to see if they might be interested in it long-term. Rise's CBTE services are funded differently depending on the program, but typical funding sources include Medicaid Waiver, County of residence, CADI Waiver, BI Waiver or Minnesota Vocational Rehabilitative Services.

Rise –Spring Lake Park, Sensory: This program is designed for those with developmental/intellectual disabilities who are Deaf, Deafblind, or Hard of Hearing. We develop customized employment and community integration plans with people served and create person-centered career outcomes. Our sensory program is typically funded by Medicaid Waivers or by the person's county of residence.

Rise New Richmond: Our St. Croix County location is a program of ESR, a subsidiary of Rise since July 2018. This program serves people with Developmental and Intellectual disabilities and related conditions through employment and other DT&H services. We create customized employment and community integration outcomes through person-centered planning and individualized strategies. This program maintains approximately a 1:8 ratio and is primarily funded through St. Croix County ADRC, Inclusa, IRIS, or DVR/Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development.

Rise Forest Lake: This program supports people with cognitive and intellectual disabilities in a variety of employment settings. We work with local businesses to create job opportunities and match persons served to positions that will maximize their success. We offer both community and center-based employment options, as well as other related DT&H services. Referrals typically come from DD or CADI Waivers, Minnesota Vocational Rehabilitation Services, or the individual’s county of residence.

Rise Stillwater: This program supports people with cognitive and intellectual disabilities in a variety of employment settings. We work with local businesses to create job opportunities and match persons served to positions that will maximize their success. We offer both community and center-based employment options, as well as other related DT&H services. Referrals typically come from DD or CADI Waivers, Minnesota Vocational Rehabilitation Services, or the individual’s county of residence.

Rise Oakdale: This location is for people over the age of 21 with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities and related conditions who can benefit from employment and other related DT&H services. We work with local businesses to create job opportunities and match persons served to positions that will maximize their success. We offer both community and center-based employment options to find the best fit for each person.  Referrals typically come from DD Waivers, CADI Waivers, Minnesota Vocational Rehab Services, or the individual's county of residence.

Rise Cottage Grove: This location is for people over the age of 21 with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities and related conditions who can benefit from employment and other related DT&H services. We work with local businesses to create job opportunities and match persons served to positions that will maximize their success. We offer both community and center-based employment options to find the best fit for each person.  Referrals typically come from DD Waivers, CADI Waivers, Minnesota Vocational Rehab Services, or the individual's county of residence.

Rise Crystal, Creative Partnerships:  This location serves those aged 21 and older who could benefit from employment and related DT&H services. We create customized plans that include life enrichment activities, volunteer opportunities, and individualized employment plans for people with a range of developmental, intellectual, and physical disabilities. This program maintains a 1:3 ratio, and occasionally will intake people supported by a 1:1 ratio, depending on the case. Funding primarily comes from the person's county of residence, or a Medicaid, CADI, or CDCS Waiver.

Rise Crystal, Data Ability: This Program at Rise Crystal serves people with a wide range of intellectual and physical disabilities, and focuses on supporting persons served as they gain vocational skills. Persons served enhance their computer skills, participate in job training and use assistive technology, as well as meet with job developers and engage in life enrichment activities. Referrals, funding, and transportation typically come from Medicaid, CADI, or CDCS Waiver, or from the person’s county of residence.

Rise Bloomington: This location serves those aged 21 and older who could benefit from employment and related DT&H services. We create customized plans that include life enrichment activities, volunteer opportunities, and individualized employment plans for people with a range of developmental, intellectual, and physical disabilities. This program maintains a 1:3 ratio, and occasionally will intake people supported by a 1:1 ratio, depending on the case. Funding primarily comes from the person's county of residence, or a Medicaid, CADI, or CDCS Waiver.

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