Tina Stofferahn, Director of Day Services with MRCI- Helping people with special needs find meaningful work

Tina Stofferahn of MRCI discusses the many services they offer for people in the community with special needs get trained, develop interpersonal skills, find employment, and continually get educated about a myriad of things. They do amazing work. I have several friends who have family members as clients of MRCI and the work they do changes lives. (I know that can be an overused description but, in this case, it is completely warranted) One thing we discussed is how much work means to all people for dignity and purpose regardless of what limitations one might have. MRCI has been around since the 1950’s and started by helping Polio victims and returning veterans. Today they serve individuals with disabilities and disadvantages throughout the state. Tina is a local who grew up here in Eastern Carver County, received her degree in Psychology from Crown College in Waconia and lives here in Chaska. She is a real asset to Carver County. To find out more about MRCI, visit

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