Saturday, June 30, 2007
"For many outstate parents with severely disabled children, finding a residential facility in their community often isn’t an option. Many times the only place for children to get the services they need is in a residential facility or group home located out of town. A rural group is pioneering a program that allows disabled children to live at home and stay engaged in the community.
Home and Community Options (HCO) in Winona has operated a non-residential program for children with severe disabilities for the last seven years. They currently serve 70 families. HCO’s Family Resource Home provides physical and emotional support for disabled children in a home-like setting during the day while the children stay with their families at night."
By Minnesota 2020 Link to Minnesota 2020 (last visited 6-30-07 NVS)