Those We Serve

ConnectAbility of MN is a nonprofit organization that provides coordination of services and programs to people with any disability of any age anywhere in Minnesota.  We also serve elderly citizens in our communities. It is our vision and purpose to empower people with physical or invisible barriers to achieve their potential.

Connect Programs

ConnectAbility of MN has several community investment programs including Adaptive Equipment program, Donated Equipment Program, Age-Friendly Programs, Reset Connect, and Community Inclusion Events.

Connect aims to bridge gaps in services for people with a variety of challenges.

Click the images below to learn more about each program.

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Donated Equipment Program

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Adaptive Equipment Connection

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Reset Connection

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Age-Friendly Programs

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Community Inclusion Events

Our Services

For people with physical and invisible disabilities supported by waivers and other insurance.

Click the images below to learn more about our services.



Environmental Home Assessments

Accessibility Home Modifications

Assistive Technology

Transitional Services

Pass Through Purchasing

Pass – Through Purchasing

You can download a one page PDF of ConnectAbility of MN's Patient Responsibility-Spenddown policy and Patient Bill of Rights.

Waiver Clients

If we are supporting you and the service is being billed to the county waiver, there is occasionally a patient responsibility portion of your waiver that we will have to invoice and collect. If you receive an invoice, you can mail a check or call with a credit card or pay securely here.


2901 3rd St S Waite Park, MN 56387



After 20 years in her previous apartment, Kathy got the opportunity to move to a brand new apartment. ConnectAbility of MN helped coordinate a moving service to move her to her new apartment. After Kathy was settled in, she explained that she was in need of some new furniture and household items. Kathy was able to pick out a bright red couch, robin's egg blue, vintage-style toaster and microwave, a beautiful orange shower curtain and rugs, bright red pots and pans, colorful new bedding and rainbow metallic utensils.


Community Resources

We work with and have access to so many amazing organizations and agencies across the state.  Click the button to the right go to our Community Resources page.