February 2018
Join us for our Gala!

Tickets for the 2018 Opportunity Partners Gala are now available! We hope you will join us for a wonderful evening as we celebrate 65 years of advancing the quality of life for people with disabilities. For more information, visit our website or contact us!
Our brain injury services 
helped Larry land a job at a floral shop in 1992.
Nearly 30 years of brain injury services

In 1989, Opportunity Partners Brain Injury Services began assisting survivors of brain injury with employment services, opening offices in downtown Minneapolis. Today, our brain injury programs serve 130 adults through our two offices in Edina and Mendota Heights. Programs include Structured Day, Pre-Vocational, Vocational and Independent Living Skills - all geared to help individuals enhance their skills and gain greater independence.

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. All month long, we will be sharing inspiring stories of brain injury survivors. To learn more, read our latest blog or follow the campaign's hashtag #ChangeYourMind.
Spaghetti dinner is TOMORROW

Reminder that the Spaghetti Dinner  hosted by the Hopkins Noontime Lions will be tomorrow, March 1 from 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. at Koch Campus. Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for children under 11, and $35 for families of five or more. Proceeds from the dinner will benefit OP. Please contact  Grace Brennan  if  you have any questions.
Josiah Early with Armando Camacho, 
President & CEO
Congratulations to our Employee of the Year! 

Congratulations to Josiah Early, our 2017 Employee of the Year. Josiah is an Assistant Program Manager for Opportunity Partners In-Home Services in Anoka County. Josiah goes above and beyond to help the people he supports. His approach of not being pushy, but encouraging others to have a better quality of life, is the right route to take. His person-centered way of working is unmatched! Thank you Josiah, for all of your work - you deserve this award!
COAL Sweetheart Dance

Opportunity Partners' Committee of Advocacy and Leadership (COAL) hosted their annual Sweetheart Dance and Fundraiser earlier this month. The event raised money to support advocacy efforts and promoted the importance of meaningful and healthy relationships among all people.
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Established in 1953, Opportunity Partners helps people with disabilities live, learn and 
work more independently through innovative services and collaborations with business. 

Together we advance the quality of life for people with disabilities.