Providing Community Based Person-Centered Services

To create a pathway to Self-Reliance by diligently pursuing positive outcomes for people with disabilities and others who encounter barriers in achieving successful integration within our community.

Employment Services

A federal, state and county funded program supporting waivered and non-waivered individuals with disabilities by securing and maintaining local competitive employment at or above minimum wage.

Home-Based Services

A federal and state funded program supporting waivered and non-waivered individuals with disabilities by developing, maintaining and improving skills needed to successfully live independently in the community.

Housing Stabilization Services

A Minnesota Medical Assistance benefit to help people with disabilities, including mental illness and substance use disorder, and seniors find and keep housing.

Case Management Services

A service that provides a person and his/her family with access to assessment, person-centered planning, referral, linkage, support plan meeting, coordination and advocacy related to waiver services, resources and informal supports that are not necessarily funded through the waiver.

Who We Are

Placement Partners is a family owned Minnesota business that has been assisting people with disabilities since 2004. We are results oriented and committed to provide person centered Vocational, Residential and Case Management services throughout the seven county metropolitan area. Each year we provide these services to hundreds of adults striving to achieve a greater level of self-reliance.


Give us a call to see how we may serve you.

Our Mission

Placement Partners is committed to creating a Pathway to Self-Reliance by diligently pursuing positive vocational and residential outcomes for people with disabilities and others who encounter barriers to achieving successful integration within our community. The delivery of person centered services supported by effective strategies that include advocacy for inclusion within the workplace and skills training that promote independent living shall be the standard by which we are measured.


We are committed to high ethical standards and shall deliver these services with honesty, integrity, dignity and respect for individuals served and to all others for the greater good of our society.

Our Service Areas

We are currently providing services in the following Minnesota counties: Hennepin, Ramsey, Dakota, Anoka, Washington, Scott and Carver.
“There is no greater disability in society, than the inability to see a person as more.” – Robert M. Hensel
“Disability is a matter of perception. If you can do just one thing well, you’re needed by someone.” – Martina Navratilova

How We Work

Our Process

Referral.  Upon completing the referral form, we will reach out to you to ask questions and to set up an intake and / or information meeting.
Intake.  We will explain the program in depth and answer all of your questions. Upon acceptance, all required paperwork is completed at this meeting and this concludes this phase of the process.
Discovery.  Our trained staff will meet with the individual to learn about their wants and needs. Corresponding assessments are completed in helping our staff to better serve the individual.
Assistance & Training.  From job search to skills training, we will help you along the way to achieve the goals established at the intake meeting.
On-going Support.  We will be there to support your program goals whether it be securing a job and maintaining employment or developing the skills to live independently. Progress is measured and results are discussed at team meetings. You goals may be re-evaluated and new goals established to support desired outcomes.

1. Referral

To gather the needed documentation and to ask the right questions prior to info/intake meeting.

2. Intake

To answer all questions in person and collect the needed signatures for required documents per the Department of Human Services.

3. Discovery

To complete one or more informal sessions to understand the individuals needs and wants.

4. Assistance & Training

To learn vocational community-based new skills or to receive support in person.

5. On-going Support

To meet on a weekly basis to ensure ongoing, continuous support in achieving predetermined goals and objectives.

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7400 Metro Blvd.
Suite 216
Edina, MN 55439





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