Central Minnesota Home Health Care LLC

Central Minnesota is a Home Health Care that is driven to help our community and be accessible and inclusive to any and everyone. We are located in South Minneapolis on the crossing of Chicago and Franklin, a location which we feel is overlooked and underserved. Our purpose is to find people in need and be able to offer assistance and guidance to anyone who needs to be supported in any way. We offer services ranging from PCA to 245D. We appreciate any help or assistance you may be able to provide us with so we can continue to serve the community.

What is 245D?

245D license is a type of license issued by the state of Minnesota in the United States for providers who offer services to people with disabilities or mental illness. The license is issued by the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) and is required for providers who offer certain services, including:

  1. Home and community-based services for people with disabilities or mental illness
  2. Adult day services for people with disabilities or mental illness
  3. Independent living skills services for people with disabilities or mental illness
  4. Respite care services for people with disabilities or mental illness

The 245D license is designed to ensure that providers are meeting certain standards and regulations related to health and safety, quality of care, and financial management. To obtain a 245D license, providers must complete an application process that includes an assessment of their qualifications and an inspection of their facilities. Providers must also meet ongoing requirements related to training, documentation, and reporting.

Overall, the 245D license is an important tool for ensuring that people with disabilities or mental illness receive high-quality services and support in Minnesota.

What is PCA Services?

PCA (Personal Care Assistant) services in Minnesota are provided to individuals who need help with their daily living activities due to a physical disability, chronic illness, or cognitive impairment. These services are designed to help individuals live independently in their homes and communities, and they are provided through the state's Medicaid program.

To be eligible for PCA services in Minnesota, an individual must be enrolled in Medicaid and have a qualifying medical condition. They must also require assistance with at least one activity of daily living (ADL) such as bathing, dressing, grooming, transferring, toileting, or eating. Additionally, individuals may also qualify for PCA services if they require assistance with instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) such as meal preparation, housekeeping, shopping, or transportation.

PCA services in Minnesota are provided by qualified personal care assistants who are trained to assist with ADLs and IADLs. The services may be provided in the individual's home, in a group home, or in an assisted living facility, depending on the individual's needs.

The state of Minnesota has specific requirements for PCA services, including a minimum number of hours of service per week and a limit on the number of hours that can be provided in a single day. PCA services are also subject to periodic assessments to ensure that the individual's needs are being met and that the services are being provided in accordance with state regulations.

Overall, PCA services are an important resource for individuals with disabilities or chronic illnesses in Minnesota, as they help promote independence and quality of life while allowing individuals to remain in their homes and communities.


Our mission is to provide high-quality, person-centered services to individuals with disabilities or mental illness, empowering them to live fulfilling lives in their homes and communities. We are committed to promoting independence, dignity, and respect for each individual we serve, and to ensuring their safety, health, and well-being. Through our compassionate and skilled staff, we strive to foster an environment of trust, inclusion, and support, where individuals can achieve their goals and realize their full potential.


Our vision is a world where individuals with disabilities or mental illness are empowered to live their lives to the fullest, with dignity, respect, and inclusion. We strive to be a leading provider of person-centered services, providing innovative solutions that meet the unique needs of each individual we serve. Through our commitment to excellence, we aim to be recognized as a trusted partner in the community, working collaboratively with individuals, families, and stakeholders to create a better future for all.