For more information about Disability programs, please visit the Minnesota Dept. of Human Services' People with Disabilities site.
Scott County DD Case Management Services are not required to access the following programs:
- Consumer Support Grant (CSG)
- Family Support Grant (FSG)
- Home Care Assessment
- Medical Assistance (2 ways to meet eligibility--TEFRA and family income)
- Personal Care Attendant Services
- Other State Planned Services
Scott County DD Case Management Services ARE required to access the following programs:
- Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI)
- Consumer Directed Community Support (CDCS)
- Developmental Disabilities (DD) Waiver
- Scott County Voucher Respite (VR)
- Semi-Independent Living Skills (SILS)
Please select from one of the collapsible tabs below to find links and information about these programs.
Requirements for the Consumer Support Grant include:
- Home care rating determines amount of monthly grant
- Paid for through State portion of Home Care dollars
- Need to be receiving a service from Scott County
- No waiting list
- Need to maintain MA eligibility
- Annual home care reassessments required
For additional information about this program, visit the CSG page on the Minnesota (DHS) Department of Human Service website.
Visit the Developmental Disabilities (DD) Waiver page on the MN DHS website for eligibility requirements.
The requirements for the Family Support Grant Program include:
- Must be receiving case management from Scott County
- Live or will live in their biological or adoptive family home
- Must be deemed certified disabled by County DD Screening, State Medical Review Team (SMRT), or Social Security Administration
- MA not required
- Up to $3,000/year, based on need, until recipient reaches age 21
- Adjusted gross income limit
- Eligibility and need determined annually
- State funds
For additional information about this program, visit the Minnesota (DHS) Department of Human Services: Family Support Grant page.
- There is a waiting list.
- A family with a child or adult with a disability who is living at home.
- A child or adult is receiving case management through developmental disabilities unit.
- Respite care has been identified as a need in the service planning process.
- A child or adult is not receiving a Family Support Grant, wavered services, or any other county respite or respite from another source.
- A family is making maximum use of personal care attendant services as authorized by DHS and the extent in which home care agency is capable of providing service.
- A family has applied for and is receiving.