Mount Olivet Rolling Acres (MORA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and approximately 98% of our operating budget comes from government funding — county, state and federal resources including Medicaid.
Our clients in all programs qualify for public waivers based on their determined needs including either aging/elderly; developmental and intellectual disabilities;
mental health needs for both children and adults.
These waivers can contribute to the cost of living within one of our Residential Homes or within the client’s own home; provide medical, educational or mental health services; family or guardian supports; transportation; crisis intervention; housing and service identification; therapeutic recreation; and other quality of life support.
As a nonprofit, MORA is also eligible to accept financial tax-deductible donations from individuals, companies or other organizations.
Headquartered out of Victoria and Chanhassen, Minnesota, MORA currently has about 475 employees (12/1/2020) and serves nearly 3000 clients and training participants each year.
MORA accepts the following waivers throughout our services.
- Intellectual Developmental Disability Waivers (DD)
- Community Access for Disability Inclusion Waivers (CADI)
- Alternative Care Program (AC)
- Elderly Waivers (EW)
- Brain Injury (BI)
- Consumer Directed Community Supports (CDCS)
- as well Non-Waiver Developmental Disability Case Management.