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Providing you the care and resources you need to live independently in your home and community

Integrated Community Supports provides seniors and people with disabilities the care, support, and assistance they need to achieve self-sufficiency and independence. We have professionals who assist our clients in getting the right services they need for optimal living. They provide both support services and training programs to help our clients integrate into the community effectively and discover and unleash their full potential.

Rest assured that every service we offer is of high quality, and we make sure to qualify for your standards while adhering to the governing agencies’ requirements and regulations.

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2716 Portland Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55407

Phone: 612-724-0000
Fax: 763-334-6958

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Integrated Community Supports (ICS)

Integrated Community Supports (ICS): Services that provide support and training in community living service categories to adults age 18 and older who reside in a living unit of a provider-controlled ICS setting (e.g., apartment in a multi-family housing building). ICS can be delivered up to 24 hours per day in the person’s living unit or in the community. Support in community living service categories: Cueing, skill maintenance, guidance, instruction, assistance with activities of daily living, assistance with coordination of community living activities or direct supervision within an allowable community living service categories. Training in community living service categories: Skill-building and instructional services to acquire, retain and improve the person’s experience living in the community within an allowable community living service categories. Training must meet the person’s identified needs. ICS setting: A setting in which a provider has an approved setting capacity report and has direct/indirect control over a person’s living unit. A provider has direct or indirect control over a person’s living unit when the provider either:
  • Owns, operates or leases the living unit
  • Has direct or indirect financial interest in the property or housing, including a financial relationship with the property owner.
An ICS setting does not meet the requirements for a person’s own home, community residential program or family residential program. Living unit: A self-contained living unit (e.g., apartment) with living, sleeping, eating, cooking and bathroom areas.