Services for Individuals
MRCI empowers individuals to reach their personal goals through skill building and employment opportunities.
Our specialist work to ensure individuals with disabilities receiving services in their home have the option to oversee and manage those services to meet their individual needs by self-directing their care.
Day Support Services provides the opportunity to gain skills that promote community participation. While receiving quality support, participants are offered opportunities to learn and apply essential life skills, and explore their community.
Individualized services offered through MRCI designed to help a person achieve competitive, integrated employment.
Support services designed to find competitive employment for people with disabilities.
Helps individuals with disabilities make the transition from school to work by offering training from interview prep to job coaching.
Fifteen years ago, Adam Menden was like many of the other students at Mankato West High School; he went to class and participated in activities. He was even manager of the West High football team. But Adam was unlike some students in other ways; he enjoyed school, loved interacting with teachers and friends. “One thing about Adam,” his mom Mary Jo says, “is that he has always been very social. He loves to interact with other people.”
There was one other thing that set him apart, Adam was born with Down Syndrome. So when it came time for him to leave high school and the daily interaction he had with students and teachers there, the Menden family knew they had to find a way to keep him engaged in life.