Montreal Courts Supportive Living
425 LaBore Road, Suite 108
Little Canada, MN 55117
Montreal Courts Supported Living provides support to mentally ill adults (18+) with chronic health conditions. Participants live in their own apartments with staff support 24 hours a day. Staff helps participants learn how to manage their finances, housing, medical care, community resources, transportation and other life skills.
Who we serve
Adults (18+) who live in Ramsey County, Minnesota and who have mental illness and chronic health conditions, are on MA and are eligible for the CADI waiver. Supported apartment living must be a reasonable expectation for individuals in this program. Individuals who are not residents of Ramsey County are not eligible for services.
The goals we set
The goal of our services is to help our recipients live independently in the community while managing their physical health and mental illness
Services we provide
Program staff meet with participants to work on community living skills in the following areas:
- Independent Living Skills: individual instruction in specific daily skills.
- Community resources: surrounding resources available to recipients
- Mental Health Management: Management of medication and symptoms
- Physical health issues
- Mental health, chemical dependency, and activity groups
- Crisis intervention and prevention
About our location
Individuals live in their own one-bedroom apartment in the Montreal Courts apartment complex in Little Canada. Staff offices are within the apartment complex.
About the process
This program accepts referrals from Ramsey County case managers.
About our fees
Participants pay 30% of their total income toward rent. The CADI waiver pays for other costs.
About our staff
Staff have education and experience in human services and/or nursing. We prefer individuals with a BA or BS in social work, psychology, vocational rehabilitation or related fields. Full and part time RNs are also present to monitor recipient’s physical health.
Hours of operation
The staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for medical and other emergencies for participants. We use cell phones that allow participants to reach us.