Community Services in Dakota County
2060 Centre Pointe Blvd, Suite 3
Mendota Heights, MN 55120
People Incorporated Community Services in Dakota County staff provide services to adults living with chronic chemical dependency issues, mental illness, or those with the dual diagnosis of chemical dependency and mental illness. The goal of our services is to help persons live safely and productively in the community, and to help them develop self-awareness and make positive plans for the future.
Who we serve
We serve adults (18+) living in Dakota County who have chronic chemical dependency issues, mental illness, or those diagnosed with both chemical dependency and mental illness.
The goals we set
The goal of our services is to help persons live safely and productively in the community, as well as develop self-awareness and make positive plans for the future.
Services we provide
Targeted Case Management Services: These services may include developing a goal plan for each person, helping with housing, daily living, chemical and physical health management, financial management, educational/employment opportunities, and the use of resources and services in the community.
Waiver Case Management Services: Individuals served must receive services through the CADI (Community Alternatives for Disabled Individuals) or BI (Brain Injury) waiver. Waiver case managers coordinate services for individuals in any number of the following areas: medical, social, housing, employment, and education. The coordination of services includes the management of waiver money allocations and the reporting of services to the County as needed. Case Managers work directly with the individual and members of their team to create a supportive environment while encouraging independence.
About the process
All referrals are received directly through Dakota County.
About our fees
Services are reimbursed through a combination of Medical Assistance, Managed Health Care Plans, the individual’s waiver (if applicable) and county contracts.
About our staff
Services are provided by Mental Health Practitioners who have degrees in an educational or human services field. They receive ongoing training.
Hours of operation
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.