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Self-Sufficiency Assistance

We educate, inform, assist and/or refer low to moderate income individuals regarding transportation, food, clothing, housing, social and mental services in the area

Families and individuals, who are socially and economically disadvantaged, are provided opportunities for education, job training, counseling and other forms of social service assistance, to obtain the necessary knowledge, skills and connections to achieve self-sufficiency.


We educate, inform, advocate and refer clients on a variety of issues (domestic violence, housing, parenting) along with referrals to access basic necessities for food, clothing, furniture and transportation.

A Reach Justice Minnesota initiative and a project of the Minnesota Legal Services Coalition.

 The COVID-19 pandemic and public health emergency have moved the legal system virtual, creating a digital divide that has disproportionately impacted the communities served by Minnesota Legal Aid. Access to the legal system and a chance at justice is only available to those with the means and resources to use technology. 

 To address this digital divide, the Minnesota Legal Services Coalition requested CARES Act funds to give communities access to civil justice by creating a statewide network of over 250 legal kiosks to be stationed in a variety of court, agency, non-profit, and other community locations.

 These community-based legal kiosks help Minnesotans who face technology access and transportation barriers to have a healthy and safe experience interacting with civil legal aid experts, as well as the administrative and court systems in which their cases will be proceeding.

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