The Minnesota Organization for Habilitation and Rehabilitation (MOHR) is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit association that serves 100+ member organizations across Minnesota who provide day and employment services to tens of thousands of Minnesotans with intellectual and developmental disabilities and similar needs.
MOHR is governed by a volunteer board of directors who present a clear and authoritative voice on issues affecting the independence and well-being of youth and adults with disabilities.
The purpose of MOHR is to provide leadership, inspire excellence, engage in advocacy, and facilitate the success of its members through collaboration, research, networking, awareness building, resources, and active participation in legislative and policy-making forums.
We support our members so they can provide the most meaningful and innovative opportunities for the people they serve.
Respect. We respect the unique strengths and capabilities of each individual and support opportunities that foster choice and independence.
Inclusion. We believe that our communities are stronger when everyone is included.
Collaboration. We share knowledge and resources to advance operational excellence and advocate for sustainable, forward-looking policies and practices.
Strength. We advocate for the resources needed to support inclusive experiences and meaningful lives for people with disabilities.