Bethesda in Minnesota
In Minnesota, we offer homes to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in three communities near the Twin Cities. The people we support participate in community activities, such as church services, area festivals, dinner theater, concerts, walks through the neighborhoods and local community education classes.
In Minnesota, we have a strong team of advocates that includes local program and area managers, direct support professionals (DSPs), people we support and their families. Our Minnesota advocacy team is actively engaged in the legislative community.
How can I get involved?
You can get involved or give a gift that helps us fulfill our mission—whether it’s volunteering at our thrift shop or for our community-based programs, starting a disability ministry, or becoming an advocate for the people with disabilities. You can help Bethesda change lives and connect communities in Minnesota.