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Quality Care for Multi-Challenged Children and Adults

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Home Health Care Agency

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Disabled individuals, both young and old, deserve equal support in becoming healthy, contributing members in society. Take advantage of our services to help realize these dreams.

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Living independently is an attainable goal for people with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses. Find out more about our facilities and the amenities we provide toward reaching this goal.

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My Brothers' Keeper employs caring and talented individuals to further the development of disabled people. Learn how to begin a rewarding career in our Home Health Care Agency.

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Give your loved ones the care and attention they deserve.


Learn About My Brothers' Keeper

All people have the right to a meaningful life that is largely self-determined. Given support, even severely and persistently mentally ill persons can live more independently, grow as individuals, and be participating members of the community. The heart of My Brothers' Keeper is the relationship developed between the client and the personal care assistant, and the positive influence this relationship has on the client's life. With the services we provide, the need for hospitalization and non-independent living is reduced.

My Brothers' Keeper opened in 1989, and became a nonprofit corporation in 1995. We do not fund-raise or accept donations. We are proud members of the Association of Residential Resources in Minnesota (ARRM) and offer Home Health Care throughout Minnesota with a focus in the Twin City area. Contact our office in Shakopee, Minnesota, for any inquiries.

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Mission Statement

To provide a safe, stable, and nurturing environment dedicated to assisting children and adults that are physically and/or mentally handicapped to reach their full potential and lead full lives.

Our goal is to help these individuals become more interconnected with their environment, become more self-directed in their choices, and to ensure, within reason, their physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

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Meet the Executive Director

We are pleased and excited to announce the promotion of Dianna Windish to the Executive Director of My Brothers’ Keeper. Dianna found her niche in life early, starting her career in the health and human services field at 18 and discovering how much she loved helping those who truly needed it. She excelled starting as a direct support staff and went on to hold many roles in management throughout the last 12 years. Dianna began working at MBK in 2012 and worked closely with their founder, Arliss Anderson, to carry on her values and beliefs. She is a strong advocate for individuals with special needs and is involved in many groups dedicating to helping them, continuing to educate herself and working hard to increase quality of life for all those she serves.

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Contact

Thank you for your interest. For questions or comments, please use the information listed here. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Phone
(952) 496-0157

Hours of Operation
Business hours for the following days will be 09/28/2016 9a-5p, 09/29/2016 9a-5p, and 09/30/2016 9a-4:30p due to a work conference, We will resume normal hours as of 10/03/2016.

Monday–Thursday, 7:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Friday, 7:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Personal Care Assistant Emergency Services:
Contact Your Qualified Professional After Hours

Home and Community Based Emergency Services:
Contact Your House Supervisor and/or Housing Director

Address
136 S Holmes Street, Shakopee, MN 55379
Downtown Shakopee, Across from City Hall

Service Area
Proudly Offering Personal Care Assistant Services for the State of Minnesota
Waivered and Independent Living Services Available in Scott and Carver Counties

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