Seniors and Persons with Disabilities
COVID-19 Status Update - 7/11/2022
The Scott County Government Center is open for business; however most staff continue to work remotely, most days of the week. We remain committed to serving our citizens to every extent possible. If you have questions, please reach out to your Case Manager/MnCHOICES Assessor directly by phone or email. If you are not sure who your Case Manager/MnCHOICES is, please call: 952-445-7751
Below are those masking guidelines and plans regarding Scott County's continued delivery of services:
The Home and Community Care Programs help people live in the community as independently as possible. Our services can help the elderly and people with disabilities, and their families, with service planning and getting the help they need.
Paying for Services
During an assessment visit, our assessors will discuss insurance or other payment sources which could help with the cost of services. Some people are eligible for assistance with part or all of the cost of services through state and federal-funded programs administered through Scott County, such as Alternative Care (AC), Elderly Waiver (EW), Community Access for Disability Inclusion Waiver (CADI), Community Alternative Care (CAC) and Brain Injury Waiver (BI). Private pay options can also be arranged for eligible services.
Get an Assessment
The MnCHOICES assessment has been developed to help individuals make decisions about the supports and services that will help them stay in the community while focusing on their needs and preferences. To schedule an assessment, call our Home and Community Care/Disabilities Intake line at 952-496-8556.
- Disability Linkage Line - Resources for Minnesotans with disabilities or chronic illnesses and their families or representatives.
- Minnesota Help - Navigating Minnesota's over 10,000 agencies.
- Senior Linkage Line - A one-stop-shop for Minnesota seniors.
- Veterans Linkage Line - 888-LinkVet