Oakridge Homes Residential Services
Counties in which Oakridge provides services
- Crow Wing
- Oakridge is currently and always has, provided services to individuals from throughout all of Minnesota.
Developmentally Disabled and Independent Living Services provided
Oakridge Homes is probably best known for the services and family type settings we provide in many communities for individuals with developmental disabilities or special needs. We own and operate adult foster care homes, also known as group homes, throughout five counties in central Minnesota.
In addition to our foster care homes, we provide the following services:
- Residential services to individuals with developmental disabilities
- Semi-independent living services (SILS)
- Independent living services (ILS)
- Supervised living services (SLS)
- Respite care
- In-home family support
- Occupational support service program support for college students (OSP)
- Housing with services (technology enhanced services)
- Variety of groups providing various activities to residents
CLIENT-CENTERED CARE AT HOME AND BEYOND
There is no exception at Oakridge: The client comes first. The dignity and confidence resulting from individualized, client-centered care opens a myriad of doors for each client.
Oakridge Homes provides safe, comfortable living for clients with physical and mental disabilities. Oakridge understands the need for a calm and private setting that a home provides. The staff at each home strives to convey that sense of comfort and security to residents.
Oakridge provides community support services, wherever a client may live: at home, in a foster care home, or with parents. In Brainerd, Oakridge also provides support to students attending Central Lakes College.
Oakridge Residential Services provide various types of residential, crisis and support services in the following counties: Aitkin, Crow Wing, Itasca, Morrison, Todd, Cass and Wadena.
Through community networking, Oakridge fosters interaction and activity outside the home setting, and builds relationships between community organizations and clients. Oakridge has also been a founder of several successful community clubs and activities, increasing awareness and involvement for all community members.
Opportunities for clients reach far beyond the home and community. Human needs for exploration and adventure are met through day trips and outings – whether it be a day of ice fishing on Mille Lacs Lake or trip to the Twin Cities to take in a concert. Oakridge staff helps to build confidence within each individual through endless opportunities often taken for granted by others.
A REPUTATION IN THE MAKING
Oakridge provides residential and support services through Oakridge Homes and Woodview Residential Services.
Founded in 1981, Oakridge has developed ICF/MR Class A and B facilities, Semi-Independent Living Services (SILS) and Supportive Living Services (SLS), crisis services, in-home family support, and respite care.
Oakridge provides services to persons from throughout Minnesota.
A COMMITMENT TO HELPING OTHERS
With so many people in Minnesota requiring specialized care, Oakridge feels a responsibility to provide quality services to all individuals with a need for dignified, progressive care.
Oakridge realizes there are thousands of others in the state who require specialized programs and have a right to dignified living. In response, Oakridge will continue to expand its services to meet as many needs as possible.