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Pathway to Opportunities

Pathway to Opportunities (PTO) program offers a day support service and supportive services to people with cognitive, mental health and/or physical challenges. 
These programs serve individuals on DD/CADI/BI/CAC Waivers or private pay. Our sites are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Human Services under 245D Home and Community Based Services. 
Our day supportive service is designed as a welcoming place to learn, make lasting friendships, and enjoy a sense of community that makes learning fun, safe and productive. The facility is equipped with a sensory room, kitchen, personal care areas, recreation room, and a large outdoor gathering area. The service provides opportunities for individuals to work on skill building, community integration, and socialization, activities, health, and exercise education. Services are provided to those with cognitive, mental health, and/or physical challenges. Services can be customized for individuals as needed. 

Day Supportive Services 

Supportive Services (Independent Living Skills and Individualized Home Supports)

Our supportive services are developed for individuals in their own living environment or in the community. We serve individuals with a broad range of abilities and needs. Services may include supervision for their daily living routines, assistance with accessing community resources, managing finances, grocery shopping, community education classes, assisting with seeking employment, social events, and becoming an active member of the community, etc.
These services help individuals exercise meaningful choice and control in their daily lives, and is designed to foster individuals' nurturing relationships, full membership in the community, and work toward their long-range personal goals.
For more information on our Pathway to Opportunity Services contact:
Sam Pierskalla,
Program Services Director @ (320) 240-1900 or by email
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