Adults with Disabilities Program
Our mission is to provide inclusive opportunities for adults with disabilities to build and maintain friendships, learn, serve and become active members of the community.
Community Bridge offers
Courses and ActivitiesCOVID-19 Update
- Customized classes, recreational and social opportunities for adults with developmental cognitive disabilities
- Volunteer opportunities
- Sign Language interpreters
- Registration assistance
In our continued effort to ensure the safety of Community Bridge participants and instructors, we are cancelling all classes and activities through the month of April. Please be patient as we notify participants and process refunds.
To protect yourself and your family/group home, we recommend the same practices that we promote every year during cold and flu season:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds especially after you cough or sneeze.
- Cover your nose or mouth if you cough or sneeze
- Avoid shaking hands with others. Instead, consider a friendly wave
- Stay home when you are sick. If you have symptoms of a respiratory illness (fever of 100 degrees or more, cough, congestion, etc.) contact your physician. Remain at home unless you are symptom free for at least 48 hours without using any symptom-reducing medications.
Prevention and control of the coronavirus requires that everyone works together. If you have specific questions about the virus, the Minnesota Department of Health has set up a hotline at 651-201-3920. If the Minnesota Health Department changes its guidelines for how school districts respond to COVID-19, we will communicate these changes with you via this website and by phone/email.The consortium is sponsored by the school districts of Mahtomedi, North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale, Roseville Area, South Washington County, and White Bear Lake Area School Districts. North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale serves as the consortium office.