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Status of Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) in Minnesota

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Long-term services and supports (LTSS) are a spectrum of services provided to Minnesotans of all ages who have functional limitations. LTSS have the primary purpose of supporting the ability of the person to live or work in the setting of their choice. Living or work settings may include a person’s home, a worksite, a community-based residential setting, such as assisted living, a nursing facility, or other institutional setting, such as a hospital or rehabilitation facility. LTSS enable people to lead meaningful lives at all stages with opportunities to make meaningful contributions and build upon what is important to them. 

The resources linked in the following describe the current status of the LTSS system in Minnesota today and provide context for future directions of LTSS. 

This website also fulfills the statutory requirement of Minnesota §144A.351.

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