Council on Developmental Disabilities - Grants
Developmental Disabilities, Governor's Council on
The Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities offers grant programs that support employment, cultural outreach, training, self-advocacy and leadership development for Minnesotans with developmental disabilities and their families.
Department of Employment and Economic Development - Community Rehabilitation Grant Information
Employment and Economic Development, Department of
Grant programs provide the services necessary to maintain and advance the employment of persons with severe disabilities throughout Minnesota. This is the information grantees need to apply for and operate grants.
Department of Human Services - Grants
Human Services, Department of
The Department of Human Services offers a wide variety of grant programs for: Chemical health | Deaf and hard of hearing | Adult mental health | Aging adult services | Disability services | Health care | HIV/AIDS services | Children's mental health | Compulsive gambling | Refugee services | Family and children's services | Food support | Child development | Adoption | Child care | Child safety and permanency | Limited English proficiency programs.
Department of Transportation - Transit Grants
Transportation, Department of
Greater Minnesota Transit Grants-Mn/DOT is responsible for the administration of state and federal transit assistance funds for Greater Minnesota (outside the seven county Metropolitan Area).
MN Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities - Partners in Policymaking
Developmental Disabilities, Governor's Council on Administration, Department of
The Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities (GCDD) is pleased to announce the availability of $210,000 in federal funds under provisions of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 2000 (DD Act)(P.L. 106-402) for Replication of the Minnesota Partners in Policymaking® Program, Partners Graduate Workshops, and Follow Along Activities. Proposals are being sought from any public organization, private for profit business, or private non-profit organization that has 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. The GCDD will make a single award of $210,000 to replicate the eight-month Partners leadership training program and carry out all related activities. Funding is available for a one-year period. Continuation funding is dependent upon the availability of federal funds and satisfactory performance of the contractor. Proposal deadline is Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 3:00 p.m