Basic Support Services
  • 24-hour emergency assistance
  • Adult companion services
  • Homemaker
  • Night supervision
  • Personal support
  • Respite care, in-home or out-of-home
  • Individual community living support
  • Individualized home supports
In-Home Support Services
  • Independent living skills training
  • Semi-independent living skills
  • Supported living services for adults
  • In-home family support
  • Individualized home supports
  • Individualized home supports with training
  • Individualized home supports with family training
Employment Services
  • Employment development services
  • Employment exploration services
  • Employment support services
Personal Care Assistant (PCA)

We are licensed to provide both HCBS and PCA Services. Our Personal Care Assistant (PCA) Services include;

  • PCA Choice
  • PCA Traditional
  • Physician Services
  • Extended PCA Services
ARMHS Services

Our Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS) provide skills training for adults with mental health conditions. Our directive is to help these adults gain independence in their homes and community.

Our Assisted Living Services

Live Well MN LLC Assisted Living offers regularly scheduled individualized health and supportive services. Our residential facilities are staffed 24 hours. Our residential facilities feature accessible rooms and common spaces and wheelchair/walker-friendly floorplans.

Live Well MN LLC Assisted Living 24-hour customized living services include:

  • Laundry services
  • Reminders & cues
  • 24-hour awake staff
  • 24-hour on-call nurse
  • Mental health support
  • Scheduled nurse visits
  • Homemaking services
  • Assistance with mobility
  • Non-medical transportation
  • Meal preparation & planning
  • Arranged medical transportation
  • Onsite and offsite social activities
  • 24-hour assistance with daily activities
  • Medication and treatments management
  • Resident focused personalized care plans
  • Assistance with complex medical conditions
  • Money management assistance, budgeting & assistance with paying bills
Remote Support Services

Remote support is not a service. It is a method used to deliver an allowable service. The person has the right to refuse, stop or suspend the use of remote support at any time.


For people on Brain Injury (BI), Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI), Community Alternative Care (CAC) and Developmental Disabilities (DD) waivers, remote support can be used for the following allowable services:

  • 24-hour emergency assistance
  • Employment development plan and find
  • Employment exploration
  • Employment support
  • Family training and counseling
  • Independent living skills therapies
  • Individualized home supports with training, with family training and without training
  • Positive support services
  • Respite in-home 15-minute units
  • Specialist services.

AC and EW

For people on Alternative Care (AC) and the Elderly Waiver (EW), remote support can be used for the following allowable services:

  • Adult companion services
  • Family caregiver services
  • Individual community living supports (ICLS)
  • Respite in-home 15-minute units


For people on Essential Community Supports (ECS), remote support can be used for the following allowable services:

  • Family caregiver coaching and counseling services
  • Family caregiver training and education services
Our Housing Stabilization

Housing Stabilization Services is a new Minnesota Medical Assistance benefit to help people with disabilities, including mental illness and substance use disorder, and seniors find and keep housing.

Housing Stabilization Services is a brand-new housing service for all eligible Minnesotans created by the Department of Human Services. The service is designed to help folks living with disabilities to have the person-centered assistance they need to be successful in their housing endeavors – whether that be moving across the street, across the state, or even finding resources to help prevent homelessness.

Our HSS program consists of three services and all of which offer a unique person-centered housing service: Transition, Sustaining, and Housing Consultation.

Our HSS services are designed to:

  • Support an individual’s transition into housing,
  • Increase long-term stability in housing in the community, and
  • Avoid future periods of homelessness or institutionalization.

Who is Eligible?

All Minnesotan adults on Medicare who are experiencing housing instability are eligible to receive Housing Stabilization Services. The eligibility criteria, as defined by the Department of Human Services, is that the person must:

  • Be on Medical Assistance (MA).
  • Be 18 years or older.
  • Have a documented disability or disabling condition.
  • Be experiencing housing instability.