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Mission Statement:
To provide and inspire hope, promote independence and well-being, self-sufficiency and dignified community living for persons with disabilities and seniors, age 65 and older.

What are Independent Living Skills?
Independent living skills are those skills necessary to live as independently as possible. Such skills may include but are not limited to: housekeeping, cooking, time management, shopping, laundry, and budgeting. Skills may be related to social/recreational activities such as: utilizing leisure time in a satisfying manner, or knowing where to find appropriate social activities/resources

Who Needs Independent Living Skills?
Everybody needs independent living skills because they’re critical to our daily lives and enhances who we are. As a result, people learn and develop independent living skills throughout their live time. CHS seeks to assist people with disabilities to develop new independent living skills or enhance existing skills. It is up to you to make the choice to live independently and to dedicate time to yourself and to your own goal/s and skills development. Think about what independence means to you. Choose your goals for the level of independence you desire. We will help and support you.


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Fax: 763-560-9158

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