Healthy, stable families are at the heart of Lifetrack.
Lifetrack is a nonprofit human services organization with a whole-family approach of working together to develop the strengths within children, families and adults with varying needs including how to face life's greatest challenges. In doing so, families and individuals become strong, healthy and productive members of the community.
With offices in St. Paul, Minneapolis and Rochester (MN), Lifetrack has served Minnesota communities for nearly 70 years, helping people create a better life through our focus on Child & Family Healthy Development, Employment & Economic Opportunity and Education Services.
Lifetrack works closely with Minnesota's culturally diverse population--our staff speaks 14 different languages. For nearly a decade, Lifetrack has been the largest and most effective outcome-based employment program in Minnesota for refugees, as determined by the Minnesota Department of Human Services. The National Benchmarking Project has recognized Lifetrack as among the Top 15 percent, nationally, in employment placement and retention amongst similar programs.
Our Families Together therapeutic preschool is the only one of its kind in Ramsey County. Ninety-six percent of our preschoolers achieve kindergarten readiness, reaching age-appropriate developmental milestones. We are consistently awarded top scores and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
Last year, our LifeBalance Solutions program helped dozens of corporate and municipal organizations build work environments that support the full lives of employees. We did this by providing education tools to over 35,000 employees for topics covering Health & Wellness, Workplace Effectiveness, Family & Parenting Education, Eldercare & Aging and more.
We also value the idea that people, including our own employees, are able to get around the Twin Cities without driving a personal car. In doing so, we have been certified, at the highest level, by Transit for Livable Communities as a transportation leader in the community. Read more about this in a recent StarTribune article.