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Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute - Paralympic Sport Minneapolis

Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute was created in 2013 by the merger of Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute and Courage Center. The Institute provides a continuum of rehabilitation services for people with short- and long-term conditions, injuries and disabilities in communities throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. The adaptive sports and recreation department offers 23 different programs between our two sites for youth and adults with disabilities in both a competitive and recreational setting. All necessary equipment is provided for participation in all programs and cost share and scholarships are available for financial aid. Join us today!

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HOPE, Inc. - Paralympic Sport Fargo-Moorhead

Our Mission: to provide mobility, educational and recreational opportunities for children and young adults with mobility challenges and their families.

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Minnesota Sled Hockey Association

The Minnesota Sled Hockey Program,a Minnesota-based 501c3 non-profit corporation, provides opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in hockey and promotes the development of excellence in hockey in Minnesota. The Minnesota Sled Hockey Program is open to players aged 5 and above with physical and/or cognitive disabilities.

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Rochester Mustangs Sled Hockey

The Rochester Mustangs are a new and growing sled hockey program. The Mustangs are the first sled hockey team in Rochester, but one of many in the state of Minnesota. Sled hockey provides the opportunity for those with a wide range of physical disabilities to play hockey.

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Southwest Minnesota State Wheelchair Basketball

Southwest Minnesota State Wheelchair Basketball is a registered collegiate team with the NWBA.

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Team River Runner Minneapolis

Team River Runner (TRR), established in August 2004 by kayakers in the Washington, DC area, is a primarily volunteer non-profit organization run by a council of kayakers and overseen by a board of directors. TRR was initially established to help active duty military personnel wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan who were recovering at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. With the success there obvious and the opportunity elsewhere apparent, TRR expanded to other Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) chapter sites in 2007. TRR envisions a national network which creates innovative paddling programs designed to assist with the recovery of those injured while serving our country. Through paddle sports, TRR volunteers and partners provide local communities unique opportunities for the active, safe and positive support of healing service members and their families.

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