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REM nationally recognized as a provider of quality services

REM North Star, Inc. provides individualized residential supports to people with disabilities. We opened our first homes opening in Redwood Falls in 1967, growing steadily thereafter across the state and the country. Today, REM operates in 19 sta...

REM North Star, Inc. provides individualized residential supports to people with disabilities. We opened our first homes opening in Redwood Falls in 1967, growing steadily thereafter across the state and the country. Today, REM operates in 19 states from Pennsylvania to Arizona, and is nationally recognized as a provider of quality services to senior citizens and people with developmental disabilities, mental illness, and brain injury.

In 2003, REM joined The MENTOR Network, which provides family foster care services to at-risk youth, and partners with a multitude of agencies nationally, offering many different services to people in need. MENTOR has partners in 34 states. This affiliation lets us draw on the expertise of people nationwide in providing state-of-the-art service models and treatment modalities to Minnesota residents.

REM North Star serves about 140 people in Northwestern Minnesota. We endeavor to individualize each person's services so they receive the support they need, while encouraging maximum independence. Most homes serve four or fewer people and are indistinguishable from a typical family dwelling. We provide 24-hour staffing to many; but for people functioning more independently, we provide only as many hours as week as needed.

We are passionate about our work! We believe in what we do, that it is worthwhile and important, and was know we make a difference in people's lives every day. In fulfilling the dreams of others, we enrich our own lives. Come join us - you'll be glad you did. - Submitted by REM North Star, Inc.

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