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Rule 36 Limited Partnership of Duluth

600 25th Avenue South Suite 105
St. Cloud, MN 56301
Phone:
320-255-9530
Website:
http://www.rule36ofduluth.com
Email:
lynn.braun@rule36ofduluth.com

Providing Secure and Comfortable Accommodations for Those Who Need It

Our Philosophy
We understand that providing exceptional services means we aim to be the best that we can be to help others, and continually take measures to improve our quality of care. We believe in hiring knowledgeable employees who are committed to partnering with disabled individuals, along with their families and community supports, creating an environment that supports their personal growth and independence.

Rule 36 has 24 programs throughout Minnesota, offering the following social and health care services:
Adult Foster Care
Assisted Living Facilities
Crisis Services
Residential Mental Health Services
Residential Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders
Outpatient Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders
At all of our locations we maintain the highest levels of comfort, security and respect for our clients. We make it a priority to have their stay feel as much like home as possible, where they are able to be safe and independent while receiving the quality care and individualized treatment(s) they require.

Feel free to contact us for additional information regarding any of our programs, health care services or career opportunities.

Proud Members of:

ARRM – Association of Residential Resources in Minnesota
MHPAM – Mental Health Providers Association of Minnesota
MAMHRF – Minnesota Association of Mental Health Residential Facilities
MARRCH – Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery and Chemical Health

“We, the brother and sister-in-law of [client] would like to compliment and praise you for the caring attitude and gentle care given to him through his different illnesses. You have gone way beyond the regular assistance you have given him. Thanks for all you do.” — Family Members of Resident
“I would like to say a few words about the folks who manage and maintain [Rule 36 facility]. My son has lived there for 8 years. He has a chronic illness and could not be at a better place. [Staff name] is the best and really cares about who lives there! [client name] was here over the weekend and out of the blue I asked him ‘on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your caregiver?’ He didn’t hesitate for a second- ‘[staff name] gets a 10!’ As a mother I can’t thank them enough.” — Mother of Resident

 

Mission Statement
“The mission of Rule 36 Limited Partnerships of Duluth is to provide secure and comfortable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. By improving quality of life through a variety of residential services and focusing on respecting individual care needs, we foster hope and independence to those living in our residences. Welcome home.”

Our History & Development
Rule 36 first formed in 1992 and operated three group homes throughout Minnesota. Since then our company has grown, both in size and services. Today we operate 24 group homes across the state and provide services for those who are mentally disabled, those suffering from addiction problems and/or other ailments. We are able to provide in-patient and out-patient care, as well as assisted living services; whichever is best suitable for the individual patient.

Many of the original homes acquired over the years have been renamed and evolved into different and more sought after uses; as of 2009, Rule 36 Limited Partnerships of Duluth I, II, III, IV and V, currently operate with a capacity to serve 159 residential clients spread throughout:

17 – Corporate Adult Foster Care homes
5 – Intensive Rehabilitation Treatment Services (IRTS) homes
1 – Assisted Living facility
1 – Residential Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders program
2 – Outpatient Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders programs
A Timeline of Our Growth
1992 - Rule 36 Limited Partnerships of Duluth was formed in the Spring of 1992 as a Minnesota Limited Partnership, at the time it acquired and operated three MI Group Homes:

Esther House – 15 beds in Grand Rapids, MN
White Shell – 15 beds in Little Falls, MN
Red Castle – 15 beds in Litchfield, MN
1994 - Rule 36 Limited Partnership of Duluth operated those homes for two years and in 1994 formed the Rule 36 Limited Partnerships of Duluth II and acquired an additional three MI group homes:

Rathjen House – 14 beds in Albert Lea, MN
Nova House – 14 beds in New Ulm, MN
Hecla House (now known as Austin Manor) – 14 beds in Austin, MN
1996 - In 1996 the Rule 36 Limited Partnership of Duluth III was formed and four additional homes were acquired:

Patricia Duffy – 12 beds in Marshal, MN
Gull Harbor – 14 beds in Moorhead, MN
Sprucewoods – 12 beds in Bemidji, MN
Beeman Place (now known as Willow Haven) – 15 beds in Lake Elmo, MN
1998 - In 1998 two additional MI homes were purchased and the Rule 36 Limited Partnership of Duluth IV was organized:

Stepping Stones (now known as Milestones) – 15 beds in Alexandria, MN
St. Lukes (now known as New Visions Center) – 25 beds in Alexandria, MN
2002 - In 2002 the Rule 36 Limited Partnership of Duluth V was formed and an additional six adult foster care homes were acquired:
Eastern Star – 4 beds in Sauk Rapids, MN
Western Star – 4 beds in Sauk Rapids, MN
Beacon House – 4 beds in Detroit Lakes, MN
Lighthouse – 4 beds in Detroit Lakes, MN
Nicollet Place – 4 beds in St. Peter, MN
Hillside – 4 beds in St. Peter, MN
2001 - In 2001 an assisted living facility and in 2004 an additional two adult foster care homes were added to Rule 36 Limited Partnership of Duluth:

Jan’s Place – 4 beds in Litchfield, MN
Windsor House – 4 beds in Litchfield, MN
Kingsley House – 10 beds in Austin, MN
2004 - In 2004 two additional adult foster care homes were also added to Rule 36 Limited Partnership of Duluth III:

Briar Rose – 4 beds in Bemidji, MN
Odayin House – 4 beds in Bemidji, MN
“I am letting you know how much I have liked working with [Rule 36 facility] staff. They have been supportive to the mental health- chemical dependent client who has been there for 90 days. They have been helpful getting the client to staffings. They have gotten her to other mental health counseling sessions. They are always knowing where and what the client is doing. The building is always clean. They know what meds she is on. They give me good feedback and also give me good information when I call the office.” — Family Member of Client