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    To ensure through cooperative planning, that youth and young adults with disabilities and those individuals who are at risk are provided with social, recreational, vocational, and living skills necessary to make the transition to productive community living after High School.  Further, it is ideal to provide a continuum of support services which follow up and follow along for at least a two-year period by al past, present, and future involved agencies.  Along with the above-mentioned responsibilities, our CTIC will provide advocacy to the individual and family throughout the transition process.  

Faribault-Martin Community Transition Interagency Committee (CTIC) assists students
with disabilities aged 14-22 transition from high school to the adult world. 
This is accomplished through college placement, career exploration, and more. 
Focus is also on the families and helping them in this process.


Committee Chair
Becky Johnson, MCW Special Education Teacher


Frequently Asked Questions


Schedule of meetings and events

Parents are always welcome to attend meetings and events! 


 The Faribualt-Martin CTIC consists of parents, students, staff from the school districts, and representatives from area providers and agencies.


 Active Area Schools
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   Fairmont Jr/Sr High

 Martin County West Schools
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  Active Area Providers and Agencies
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                       PM       ARC

                                           REM Heartland


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                                                 5 Downtown Plaza, POB 110
                                                        Fairmont, MN 56031
                                                     507-238-4341 (phone) 
                                                      507-238-4344 (fax) 
                                       STEP, Inc. supports people with disabilities to live and work
                                      together with others in our communities.  STEP provides support,
                                      training, and employment services in facilities in Fairmont and Blue
                                      Earth, and at job sites and community locations throughout Faribault
                                      and Martin Counties.