At Genus Services, we are a people-first company that is committed to helping residents cope with mental illness and traumatic brain injuries by providing personalized support and skills to live a full and healthy life. We offer a range of housing options and supportive services, anchored by compassionate and skilled staff.Referral Form
Mental Health Solutions Program Dakota County
“We believe success is built within an individual’s untapped potential.”
At Genus Services, we believe a strong team effort and meaningful relationships are the keys in moving individuals facing mental illness toward a healthier and more productive life.
Mental illness can impact more than the individual. Family, friends and community members oftentimes take on additional responsibilities and are called on to help a loved one throughout life or for a temporary period.
You can rest assured that the friendly and compassionate Genus Services team is there to lean on for guidance to navigate through challenging times.
Our experienced team of leaders has an extensive background specializing in mental health and brain injury recovery.
Having first-hand experience in the field, our team is a trusted resource for residents, residents, employees, and families as they navigate through the challenges associated with treatment and healing.
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions. Please call us at 651-688-7173 if you have any other questions
can Genus provide services to individuals with mental health issues outside of listed properties?
YES! If you're someone who lives in a house or apartment not listed, we would love to work with you.
how are Genus' services funded?
Whether you want to attend, reside with us or receive services, funding will come from a county waiver. To qualify for country-waivered services, you must first be enrolled in some form of disability-based Medical Assistance (MA). If you are interested in our mental health services or individualized mental health treatment program and do not have a county waiver, you can contact your local human services agency for evaluation.
For more information on funding and waivered services visit Disability Benefits 101.
Is there a time limit on how long I can stay in one of your apartments or houses or how soon can i leave?
Duration of stay in our residential facilities is based on each individual. You drive your mental health program and success, and we're here to walk (or run) beside you. We want to support you in making that a reality.
If i live in supportive housing, do i have to live with other people? If i choose to live with another person, do i get to pick my roommate?
Living with other people depends on the residences. We have some communal living homes, two-bedroom apartments, and one-bedroom apartments. If you choose to live with another person, we definitely want you involved in choosing a roommate who will be the best fit for your preferences. It will not facilitate in Apartment style living.
What if i have some rental barriers? (i.e, criminal and substance use history, unlawful detainer, limited income, health conditions)
We understand that everyone's past looks different. We want to be a place that works with you, not against you. We ask that you are up front about your personal circumstances so that we can have an honest conversation about where to go from here.
how does Genus select individuals to provides services to?
First, we want to ensure that you feel comfortable working with us. Second, we want to move forward with people who are motivated and dedicated to success. If you're someone who has goals, we want to work with you to accomplish those targets.
Jobs Openings overview
Are you a compassionate individual looking to make a lasting positive impact on your community?
As part of the Genus Services team, you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people in your community every single workday. Not only that, our leadership team is there to support you every step of the way as experienced resources for the challenges associated with residential care and treatment
Full-time and part-time (20-30 hours per week) positions responsible for working with our residents on their daily living skills within a group home setting.Apply Online →
Full-time and Part-time positions responsible for ensuring the safety of our residents during evening and overnight hours.Apply Online →
Our IHS services are person centered, finding creative and fun ways to support each person with their goals and in building skills to create an independent life.Apply Online →
FT/PT Flexible Schedule
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Additional questions about who we are and what we can do? Give us a call or send us an email. We want to work with you.
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