The Minnesota Disability Action Partnership (MnDAP), a collection of more than two dozen nonprofit organizations and state agencies, is seeking to enhance services and program supports to Minnesotans with disabilities. According to the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS), MnDAP was established in direct response to the “inequities highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic” within the state’s disability community.
As part of its effort, MnDAP has created a short, online survey designed to help the State of Minnesota and its program partners “better coordinate services, improve access to services, remove barriers, and protect the civil rights of Minnesotans with disabilities.”
Additional support for individuals, families and service providers in Minnesota’s disability community are available online at Disability Hub MN. Tools and resources include assistance with housing, employment, independent living, healthcare, food support, transportation, COVID-19 support, and other benefits.