Mission Statement: Adapta serves individuals with brain injuries, mental health conditions, and substance use disorders, in addition to a variety of other health concerns in the Rochester, Minnesota community by providing housing and support services.
We provide services to individuals living with brain injuries, schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, substance use disorder, depression, and/or anxiety. Many of our clients have experienced some sort of trauma in their lives. Our clients come from varied backgrounds, referred from county social workers, health facilities, community behavioral health hospitals, intensive residential treatment services, and chemical dependency treatment centers.
Our individualized services allow people to live in a supportive environment while having access to the community and resources. We have been successful in preventing individuals from requiring a more restrictive living environment at a much more cost-effective rate. Adapta strongly believes individuals do best when they are heard and have choices in their living environment. Our agency is a licensed Home and Community Based Services provider, which allows us to provide services in a variety of locations and ways, including residential homes, dorm-like settings, and community-based independent living skills programs. Adapta has emerged as a leader in community integration as our unique design allows for multiple group and individual outings per day.
Through its licensing, Adapta operates three residential living properties in Rochester, Minnesota offering person-centered services and benefits, staffed 24 hours a day, seven (7) days a week. Folwell Flats is an 18-bed assisted living facility, and the Manor House and Judd House are single family homes providing intensive support services with a total of eight (8) beds. Adapta also offers independent living skills training to clients throughout the community.
We are excited to be working towards opening our fourth residential location, 55th Street Apartments, to serve our senior clientele. In addition, we will be partnering with Center City Housing to provide services and programs to a new 30-unit apartment building that will house low-income, homeless, and disabled individuals.