Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute's Sports and Recreation programs offer an abundance of activities that encourage youth and adults with disabilities to lead active and healthy lifestyles.
Various programs are offered in both the Twin Cities metro area and Duluth Northland area. Links to our various sports programs are on this page.
PLEASE NOTE: No participant will be turned away due to financial hardships. Cost sharing and scholarships are available. Contact the program coordinator for more information.
If you have questions, please call 651-241-3820 or email CKRISportsRecreation@allina.com, or our individual program coordinators who are listed on the program pages.
If you are an injured Veteran with a disability and are looking to stay active and rediscover sports and recreational activities, the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute Sports & Recreation Department is looking for YOU! We have lots of adaptive sports
and recreation programs that need your participation. Please call our program hotline number for more information: 612-775-2277.
Please share your love of sports and your skills with our programs. Contact our volunteer coordinators:
Mari.Salveson@allina.com or 612-775-2729 or Khara at Khara.Hesse@allina.com or 612-775-2724.
Northland: Beth at
Elizabeth.Albrecht2@allina.com or 218-726-4834
St. Croix: Lisa at
Lisa.Gacek@allina.com or 651-241-3370
Looking for an internship? Courage Kenny Sports & Rec offers
academic internships for Sports Management, Recreation Management, and Therapeutic Recreation majors.
Many thanks to our Sports and Recreation sponsors who help make our programs possible. Please contact
Eric Larson, 218-726-4762, or
To register for classes, programs, and activities:
Go to CK Active
How to use CK Active
Trouble logging in or registering?
or call 651-241-3820.
Twin Cities 612-775-2277
Duluth 218 726-4834
Adaptive Sports Discovery Expo 2018, Save the date: Saturday, May 19, 2018, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Cost Sharing Application
Sports & Rec video
Join Sports and Rec mailing list
Challenged athletes fund