"It is support that sustains us on this journey we've started"
Funds are available to assist with one time emergency laundry needs.
Need is determined by staff.
Funds are available to assist clients with boots and clothing for new employment opportunities if the item is not available in our store Unique Finds. Proof of employment is required for voucher distribution.
Let's SMILE, Inc.
Provides preventive professional dental health care services to children and adolescents using a collaborative dental hygienist.
Holly Jorgensen visits Community Pathways every Wednesday! If you are uninsured or covered by state assistance, your children qualify for services. All dental services are provided at no charge to the families.
To schedule an appointment
Call or text 507-393-3023
Steele County Transitional Housing is an interfaith nonprofit organization that responds to people with housing needs in Steele County Minnesota.
Transitional Housing serves people who become homeless by helping them to locate affordable housing and providing the first month's rent and deposit for rental housing.
They continue to support families and individuals in need through rent subsidies based on a sliding scale for up to 18 months.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays 10:00 an - 2:00 pm
Fridays 9:00 am & Sundays 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church has open community showers. Guests are asked to sign in and out at their main office or welcome center. Toiletries and towels are available for guest use.
Senior Diner's Club
Enroll in SEMCAC's dining club for seniors to receive a meal card for a freshly prepared, nutritious lunch or dinner in cooperation with Hy-vee!
Meals are served 7 days a week. Anyone 60 years of age or a spouse of someone 60 years of age, are eligible.
Enrollment sessions are on the 2nd Monday and 4th Wednesday from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm of every month.
HealthFinders is a community based organization that works to provide quality healthcare, advocacy, and wellness education for people with limited healthcare alternatives.
Programs and services include Medication Assistance, Community Health Workers, Primary Care Services (Medical Care, Dental Care and Mental Health) , Patient Advocacy, Teen Services, Diabetes Program, Pura Vida Program, Community Services and Opiate Addiction Therapy.
The Southern Minnesota Area Transit (S.M.A.R.T) offers safe, reliable and accessible transportation services to the Owatonna community.
The goal of SEMCAC is to empower and advocate for people to enhance their self-sufficiency by maximizing community resources. Semcac offers a variety of programs and services including a Clinic, Emergency Assistance, Energy Assistance, Head start, Housing, Senior Services and Transportation.
Community Pathways of Steele County, Inc. provides other service for emergency needs and networks with other non-profit associations to assist the overall community.