Islets of Hope assistance programs for persons with diabetes - North Dakota

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National Kidney Foundation of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota - Offers a variety of support services and information.  May help assist in locating assistance.   Address:  1100 E 21st St Ste 210 Avera Doctors Plaza II, Sioux Falls, SD 57105-1020, Phone: (800) 596-7943

North Dakota Community Action Diabetics Supplies Program

A grant form the Dakota Medical Foundation has been received to assist low-income individuals with diabetes medications and supplies. the grant was awarded to the four Community Action Agencies in eastern North Dakota.

The program will accept referrals of low-income individuals needing assistance with diabetes supplies. A case management approach will be utilized to assure that the participant will be able to maintain access to needed diabetic supplies.

Process.  An individual needing assistance will meet with a staff person at DPCAA to complete an application and determin a plan for future needs. A voucher wil be provided which the participant will take to the designated pharmacy to receive approved diabetic supplies.

For more information contact:

Janet Hannesson
DPCAA
223 4th Street NE
Devils Lake, ND 58301
(701)662-6500, ext 328 or 1-800-321-5943, ext 328
Email: janet_hannesson@dpcaa.intranets.com

United Way of North Dakota - Assistance programs vary by location but many offer services for:  referrals, legal assistance, counseling, financial assistance, housing, food, respite care, home services, medical care, and utility bill assistance.  Check your area's listings below to see what services may be available to you:

 

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