2361 Quail Creek Parkway NE
Blaine, MN 55449
At Parkway House we provide services to four adults who have a mental illness as they learn new skills to allow them to return to independent community living. The program offers the necessary array of individualized services to these clients. We provide 24-hour staffing seven days a week. There are two staff on days and evenings and one staff awake overnight.
Who we serve
Parkway Place serves adults (18+) who are identified by Anoka County Mental Health as a candidate for Adult Foster Care. All potential residents must be CADI/TBI waiver eligible.
The goals we set
The goal of this home is to help individuals achieve goals and uncover their inner strengths in order to move towards as much independence as possible.
Services we provide
The staff will assist each individual according to the identified goals they want to accomplish. A treatment plan is developed so the client can see what they hope to accomplish. The staff will assist the clients to increase or develop their independent living skills so they can move to a less restrictive living place in the community such as an apartment or back to their own home. The skills may include money management, cooking skills, cleaning, social and recreational activities both in the house and out in the community as well as problem solving how to get along with the other people in shared housing. Clients will also receive additional education on their medications from the RN who is part of the staff for the program. There is structure in their days and planned activities throughout the week. Staff works both individually with clients each day and there are group meetings throughout the week. Staff will also accompany clients to medical appointments for any health related needs.
About our location
The house is located in the Quail Creek Area off Highway 52 in Blaine in a quiet neighborhood of other family homes. The is no public transportation to the area but there is shopping and parks in the general area and the program provides transportation to these as needed.
About the process
Individuals are referred through Anoka County case managers who are also part of the team that work with the clients. The client, case manager and house staff meet on a regular basis to look at goals accomplished and the prospect of the individual moving into a more independent living setting in the community.
About our fees
Room and board is paid for by a combination of benefit funds and client payments. Services are paid for by CADI/TBI funds.
About our staff
Staffing at Parkway Place includes personnel with a minimum of a high school diploma or GED and BA/BS or MA/MS degrees in social work or related fields. Ongoing training for all employees includes, but is not limited to CPR, First Aid, OSHA, HIPPA, VA, and medication administration.
Hours of operation
The program is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 – days a week, with awake overnight staff.