Udac is a nonprofit organization licensed and regulated by the State of
Minnesota Department of Human Services. We receive funding from
St. Louis County, the Federal Medical Assistance Program; as well as,
other public sources and private contributions.
Udac offers programs and services to adults with intellectual and physical
disabilities through both Day Training and Habilitation and Supported
Employment licenses. People who participate at Udac are interested in
employment services through our Vocational Program or life-enriching services
within one of our Life Skills Programs where programming is created around the individualized complexity of someone's disability and/or difficulties due to aging.
Additionally, every Udac client has the opportunity for self expression through
our art program, Art Junction and support for healthy lifestyles through STEPS,
our specialized fitness center. We believe that regardless of where people are
at in their life journey, Udac has the ability to add quality possibilities to their lives.
We provide transportation to Udac for people who are accessing our daytime
programs and services.
The core of our values is to offer people an array of choices giving options and opportunity. We help people realize their potential and assist with living every
day to the fullest.
New At Udac:
Alison Kilpo, our Art Junction Coordinator, is in this month's Women's Day Magazine.