Legacies serves adults and children with mental health diagnoses and developmental disabilities in Winona County:
- Individualized Home Supports (IHS)
- In Home Family Supports
- Community Residential Services
- Transportation for both children and adults
Legacies provides well-trained, supported and energetic staff to build relationships and skills with adults and children with special needs. Staff is trained on how to build relationships with boundaries. We are licensed under the MN Department of Human Services under a 245D licensing.
We believe that all people want to be happy and successful.
We believe that all people, when provided with the proper tools and supports, can achieve happiness and success.
We believe that we are here for a greater purpose than ourselves. We have been given an opportunity to help others. We take this responsibility seriously while having fun.
Our Mission is to lead God-pleasing lives, humbly serving others in ways that enrich their lives.
Legacies began serving Winona in 2010, providing Individualized Home Support services (formerly known as ILS) to mainly children who needed help managing their behaviors. While IHS is still the heart of the services that we provide, we also provide Community Residential services for settings of 1 to 4 people. We continue to grow and innovate as the needs for our services are great. We have seen many lives improved and are grateful for the opportunity to be a part of people’s stories.
Meet the Owners
Todd and Shannon Natzke are the owners of Legacies LLC. We have served in this field since 1989 and receive great satisfaction in seeing well-supported and trained staff be able to help families that really benefit from their efforts. The three keys we look for in our staff are effort, attitude and aptitude. There is nothing greater than seeing people’s lives improved, and knowing that we are part of their story! Shannon is our Director of Services and provides support and direction to all of our teams, including scheduling.
Legacies LLC employs many local students in Direct Support Professional positions who are pursuing degrees in related fields of study.