Stay up to date!

MSS has a lot of great things going on, so occasionally we pop up in the media. Here is the place where you can check it out! You can also read our latest newsletter to see what we have been up to.


Spring 2017 Newsletter

These seasonal newsletters will update you on MSS happenings throughout the year. Please enjoy reading the Spring 2017 Newsletter!  If you would like to receive MSS mailings, email Shannon Brumbaugh at    

Read More

The Show Gallery Lowertown on KARE 11

Check out the KARE 11 segment where representatives of The Show Gallery Lowertown talk about our new gallery space, the grand opening and the Bill Murray Choice Award!        

Read More

2015 Annual Report

Read up on what the year 2015 looked like for Midwest Special Services! 2015 Annual Report

Read More

In the Community: Midwest Special Services

APPRO Development and CERRON Properties discussed with Randy Bloom, Business Development Executive, and Hannah Watkins, Communication Manager, ways local business owners can benefit from staffing services that MSS offers. Read the interview here!          

Read More

Community Garden Grows Vegetables and Relationships

For participants in Midwest Special Services programs, a community garden is not only a place to grow plants, but a way to grow social connections with their surrounding community. Read the full story here.                

Read More
The Show Gallery Lowertown, a non-profit art space that promotes the inclusion of artists of all genres, in St. Paul was photographed on Wednesday, July 1, 2015. (Pioneer Press: Holly Peterson)

New Gallery Opens in Lowertown

MSS has partnered with The Show and the St. Paul Art Collective (SPAC) to open an art gallery in Lowertown St. Paul called “The Show Gallery Lowertown.” Over the next six months, MSS will be evaluating community support for the gallery and, in partnership with The Show and SPAC, create an inclusive community space for artists […]

Read More

CARF Recognizes Creative Arts Program

Midwest Special Services’ Creative Arts Program was featured in one of CARF’s Promising Practices newsletters! Each newsletter in the Promising Practices series recognizes an organization because of its professional and strategic response to a service or business need. Read the full newsletter here!      

Read More

Training for a Better Future

After receiving online vocational training via Midwest Special Services’ eTrac program, Nick landed the job of his choice as a greeter at Walmart.  The goal of eTrac is to help job seekers acquire universal job skills that are expected by every employer, such as problem solving, professional communications and self-advocacy. If you are interested in learning more […]

Read More