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  • COMMUNITY LIVING AND MOBILITY offers a joyous living environment for visitors, residents, and staff.

    HANDICAP ACCESSIBILITY is provided with several of our homes located in the heart of Minneapolis near public transit.

    TRANSITIONAL SERVICES are useful services for individuals that are wanting to transition from community-based housing to independent or semi-independent residence.

  • About Us
    Olu’s Home, Inc. (OHI) is a licensed organization designed to provide residential and in-home services for individuals receiving services under the Developmental Disability (DD), Community Alternative for Disabled Individuals (CADI), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and Elderly and Alternative Care (EW & AC) waivers. OHI is certified in the Central Certification Program (CERT) by the City of Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Ramsey County, and the City of St. Paul. OHI meets the requirements for Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Woman-Owned Business (WBE), and Minority-Owned Business Enterprise (MBE). Our organization maintains an unyielding focus on providing quality services to all individuals that we serve.

    Olu's Home provides Supportive Living services and works with people and families with a variety of needs to improve the quality of life for who Olu’s serves. Olu’s offers many services to assist our residents including counseling, job search assistance, and much more. Olu’s provides high-quality services that are specific to the needs of everyone. Olu’s services help increase functional skills, improve confidence, and build healthy relationships. Olu Home believes that happy lives start with healthy relationships and a safe and structured home.
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