619 Lafayette Rd N
Suite 311
St. Paul, MN 55130

Office: 651.383.8048

Fax:  800-447-1967

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M.E.D.S. actively seeks a building to house our Trap Ride Operations. If you have a vacant building or can donate space in a building, please contact Jeremy Rogness. Thank you in advance for your kind generosity. We are a 501(c)(3) entity and all donations are tax deductible to the donor.

Welcome to Minnesota Emergency Disability Services

Minnesota Emergency Disability Services is a is a Minnesota-based fully accredited nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) status. Our organization is a first of its kind agency founded to provide emergency services specific to the needs of those with physical challenges and the unique emergencies that they may face. Our organization recognizes that even though there are community-based organizations and services, such as personal care and in-home health services, there are relatively few resources (if any) to deal with such issues like disaster relief, separation from a personal mobility device during a medical emergency, or mechanical breakdown. Many of these services should be provided within the scope of total inclusion of community living, however, these services are not. Without including these services, it is likely that our most vulnerable citizens could end up reinstitutionalized for no valid medical reason.

Minnesota Emergency Disability Services’ goal is to assist and serve our most vulnerable citizens who live with any type of disability.

  1. Trap Ride  The Trap Ride program, it is an tripple AAA like program for those with power mobility devices. (Power wheelchairs/scooters)

  2.  Disaster Relief Program this program provides unique services to those with special needs to lower costs and prevent unnecessary trips to the hospital or nursing home because of the situation around them.

  3.  Safety Lighting Systems, these systems are custom-built to each wheelchair and user needs to provide safety awareness and peace of mind as well as compliance with Minnesota state law. 

Minnesota Emergency Disability Services is a completely Volunteer Agency and operates much like a volunteer fire department in the sense that people are page for service as needed. At this time we take no government funding and rely on the support of our community through private donations, grants, and fundraiser's



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Funding for MEDS comes from grants, fundraising and donations.  Proceeds will help keep the services low-cost or free to the disabled communities we serve.





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