• Each of the seven Community Action Agencies across North Dakota offer a wide variety of programs to serve those in need including, but not limited to: Budgeting and Money Management, Child Care, Commodities, Emergency Assistance, Energy Assistance, Food Pantry, Head Start, Housing, Self-Sufficiency, and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance.

  • Services provided include: SNAP (food stamps), LIHEAP, TANF, Medicaid and General Assistance.

  • 2-1-1 is a simple, easy to remember, free number that connects callers to information about health and human services.

  • Legal Services of North Dakota is a non-profit organization, providing legal assistance in a variety of matters to low income and elderly North Dakotans

  • The Landlord/Tenant Rights Booklet has been prepared by the North Dakota Apartment Association (NDAA). While this booklet does reference state laws relating to landlord/tenant issues and concerns, it should be used only as a general guideline for informational purposes.

  • Bridge to Benefits is a multi-state project sponsored by the Children’s Defense Fund - Midwest Region focused on improving the well-being of families and individuals by linking them to public work support programs and tax credits.

  • By tracking and analyzing trends in areas that affect our quality of life, Compass gives everyone in our state a common foundation to act on issues to improve our communities.

  • DHS provides services that help vulnerable people of all ages maintain or enhance their quality of life, which may be threatened by lack of financial resources, emotional crises, disabling conditions, or an inability to protect themselves.

  • National CAP
  • National Community Action Foundation
  • Community Action Program Legal Services