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Live Well at Home Grants

This video is available with audio description on the Minnesota DHS YouTube channel.

DHS works with partners statewide to expand the capacity of long-term services and supports to help people age 65 and older stay in their homes and communities of choice. Grant opportunities through this program help Minnesota communities meet:

  • Challenges of Aging 2030 and
  • Forecasted pressures on Minnesota's long-term support system.

Live Well at Home Grants also help:

  • Improve chronic disease management in Minnesota's communities
  • Expand long-term services and supports capacity by linking formal and informal services
  • Support caregivers and promote independence through market-based solutions.

Request for proposal

How to apply for the Live Well at Home grant

Grantee reporting

Information for the grantee to submit reports

Selected grantees

Selected grantees from previous years

Grants and RFPs

DHS requests for proposals (RFPs) to invite businesses and organizations to participate in various projects and programs.

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