Title IIIB Providers
West Central Minnesota Communities Action, Inc., a
resource agency, is dedicated to reducing the effects of poverty, helping people to achieve self-sufficiency,
and improving the quality of rural life.
Improvements made to the home affect the health and
safety of the occupant and help keep them independently
safe in their home.
P.A.I. is a non-profit agency dedicated to providing diverse human services programming, offering viable workforce opportunities
for businesses, and manufacturing and marketing
Public transportation systems with wheelchair accessible buses
are available to certain areas of Otter Tail and Clay counties.
Curb-to-curb services are offered with special care given to children and seniors. Services for users with three and
four wheeled mobility aids are available.
West Central Community Action
Clear Waters Life Center
Clearwater County provides elegible residents with transportation services that contribute to their ability to remain in their home and community. Rides are given to medical appointments, community events and also for shopping for basic needs.
Northwest Sentence to Serve
Pennington County's Sentence to Serve program provides seniors in the community with outdoor services such as snow removal in the winter and
lawn and gutter cleanup during the spring and fall.
Tri-County Community Corrections
CHORE SERVICE PROGRAM - Providing Services to Assist the Elderly with General Outside Chores & Minor Home Repairs.
If you are 60-years of age or older and live in Norman, Polk or Red Lake Counties, you may request assistance with general outside chores and minor home repairs.
Under direct supervision of Corrections staff, the Chore Service Program puts low-risk offenders with community service to work assisting the elderly in the counties of Norman, Polk and Red Lake.
What Types of Services Are Provided?
Spring & Fall Yard Clean-Up
Outside Window Washing
Changing Storm Windows & Screens
Minor Brushing & Trimming
Minor Outside Home Repair
Stacking of Firewood
Prepping the Garden
Other Miscellaneous Chores
Legal Services of NW Minnesota
Legal Assistance & Legal Education
Legal Services of Northwest Minnesota provides high quality legal representation and community legal education to low-income and elderly persons in 22 northwestern Minnesota counties, using three staffed law offices and 230 private Judicare attorneys. Representation focuses on priority cases, generally those most critical to life, health, safety, shelter, and basic subsistence income.
In a respectful and courteous way that preserves and promotes the dignity of each client, LSNM staff and Judicare attorneys assist individuals and eligible groups to:
know and enforce their legal rights;
obtain effective access to courts, forums, or administrative agencies;
and acquire and preserve benefits, services and entitlements necessary to become self-reliant to
the extent permitted by individual circumstances