Disability support - focusing on the whole person.


From group homes to community supported services - Josh's Place provides holistic care for people with disabilities throughout Minnesota.


What We Do

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Adult Foster Care & Supported Living Services

Often, referred to as a “group home” - we provide holistic 24-7 licensed adult foster care in a home (family style) setting. Our services are individualized and based on the specific needs of the person. Rates are determined by The State of Minnesota.

In-home Family Support

In-home family support is utilized for people who are able to live in their own home with assistance. The habilitative services are provided in the person's own home and in their community of choice. The goal is to increase physical, emotional and social skills.

Independent Living Skills Training

ILS training is specific training by a caregiver to build skills based on the persons need areas. These can include:

• Communication skills
• Community living and mobility
• Interpersonal skills
• Reduction or elimination of maladaptive behavior
• Self-care
• Sensory and motor development involved in acquiring functional skills.

Individualized Housing Options (IHO)

Individualized Housing Options (IHO) allow people with varying types of disabilities to live in the community with very individual specific support. What this creates is a unique support that is fully developed by the individual and their team.

Personal Support

Personal Support refers to services provided in the person’s home or community. The goal of this support is to assist the person achieve their full potential; often, by increasing their independence and supports to meet community and socialization goals.

Respite Care (in-home or out-of-home)

This short-term care solution provides a full-time caregiver relief. The care can take place either in the person's own home or outside. Care cannot excede 30 consecutive days.

Adult Companion Services

For adults 18+, this care is non-medical and often involves supervision and socialization. Adult companion services cover services that help a person work toward a therapeutic or community integration goal in his or her support plan.


Homemaking services support a person manage general cleaning and household activities. We offer three homemaker services:

• Cleaning
• Home management
• Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs).

Night Supervision

We provide overnight assistance and monitoring by an awake staff member in the person’s own home.

VIP Referral Form

complete form for AFC Openings & Potential new services
(CLICK FOR Residential OPenings)

Name of Contact Person *
Name of Contact Person
Phone Number of Contact Person *
Phone Number of Contact Person
Date of Birth of Person Served *
Date of Birth of Person Served
Gender of Person Served *
Does Person Require ADL Support? *
Does Person Require Accessible Housing? *
Waiver Type of Person Served *