Social Services

McLeod Social Service Center  

 
VISION STATEMENT
A diverse community supportive of safety, well-being, and self-sufficiency


 
MISSION STATEMENT 
To enrich the lives of people in McLeod County through professional, respectful, and responsible service delivery.




McLeod County Social Service Center is the agency of the county which is responsible for helping individual citizens of the county who are in financial need or have a social service problem. These programs are funded by federal, state and county monies. The agency is made up of three distinct units: the income maintenance unit; the social service unit; and the child support enforcement unit.



Mailing Address:     McLeod Social Service Center
                                    1805 Ford Avenue North, Suite 100
                                    Glencoe, MN   55336

Phone:  320-864-3144                      Fax:   320-864-5265  (Financial/Child Support Units)
               320-484-4330                                 320-864-1212  (Child Protection Unit)
               800-247-1756                                 320-864-1341  (All Other Social Services)

McLeod Social Service Center is prohibited from discriminating on the basis 
of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, political beliefs, or disability.

To file a complaint of discrimination:
ATTN:  Director
McLeod Social Service Center
1805 Ford Avenue North, Suite 100
Glencoe, MN   55336

McLeod County is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Provider and Employer

 

Helpful Links

United Community Action Partnership
McLeod County Family Resource Guide
Minnesota Merit System
      
Minnesota Merit System Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Guidelines
Minnesota Merit System Online Application Center          
Social Security Administration 
PrimeWest Health

Assistance Options for Seniors Forum
April 10, 2018
 

Downloadable Files:

Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Plan and Civil Rights Complaint Resolution Procedure and Forms
Health Care Access Plan 2018-2019