Welcome to Hammer
You are an important part of our culture, whether you are a family member, staff member, volunteer or donor, we value you as part of the Hammer family.
We are honored to welcome you and your loved one as a family member. When you place your loved one in our care, you can feel confident they will have a positive experience in a safe environment, staffed by well-educated, experienced, and certified professionals.
Our staff make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities, and we offer a caring, professional workplace that supports collaboration and personal growth. We value unique talents, life-experience, and autonomy, with a person-centered focus.
Volunteers and Donors
You are a vital part of our Hammer family, so we care deeply about providing you with meaningful experiences. Our culture of giving is more than just writing a check. We want to learn more about you and your passions, so you can join us in fulfilling our mission in a meaningful way.
A Top Workplace for 9 Years in a Row!
Hammer Residences is honored to be named a Star Tribune Top 150 Workplace for the 9th Year in a Row. If you are looking for a job with purpose, check us out.
Training and Education
We provide shared learning for our family members with an avenue to expand their knowledge and network of connections. Our rich history and legacy of shared learning go back to our founder Alvina Hammer who was a nurse, and Evelyn Carlson who was a teacher. Together they developed learning partnerships with professionals and family members to help measure the results and outcomes of a fulfilled life for an individual living with a developmental disability.
We are thrilled to have the unique opportunity to connect, learn, and work together with individuals we support and their family members. Collaboration naturally strengthens relationships, and learning from each other naturally increases collaboration. Our goal is to walk beside someone, helping them along throughout their daily life.
Hammer’s Training Team, Left to right: Karen Trygstad, Cate Saracen-Peters, and Lisa Barker.
For more information contact Cate Saracen-Peters at 952-277-2442 or firstname.lastname@example.org