Olmsted County announced today that it is setting up 11 kiosks at 11 agencies in Rochester and surrounding areas to give county citizens better access to the services they provide.
For example, there will be a kiosk at Channel One. So instead of having to take a trip to two locations, people will be able to take one and do it for “Olmsted County Health, Housing and Social Services (HHH) Team Services as well as information on Olmsted County Legal Aid, RentHelpMN and State of Minnesota Benefits. “
Looking at the screenshot above, you can see that a ton of services are available for you at the kiosks, ranging from children and youth services to mental health services. Scroll down for the full county list.
Kiosks will have a speakerphone so you can hear directions and the like, but also a handset if you want to keep things private. Tap here to see all features.
Where are the kiosks in Olmsted County?
Operational kiosks at:
- Channel one at 131 35th St. SE, Rochester, MN
- Rochester Family Service at 4600 18th Ave. NW, Rochester, MN
- Intercultural mutual aid association (IMAA) at 2500 Valleyhigh Dr. NW, Rochester, Minnesota
- Olmsted County Government Building 2100 at 2100 Campus Dr. SE, Rochester, MN
- Olmsted County Government 2117 Bldg at 2117 Campus Dr. SE, Rochester, MN
- Rochester Public Library 101 2nd St. SE, Rochester, MN
- The Salvation Army (social services building) 115 1st Ave. NE, Rochester, MN
- Zumbro Valley Health Center 343 Woodlake Drive, Rochester, MN
Kiosks available August 10, 2021
- Stewartville Public Library 110 2nd St. SE, Stewartville, MN
- RCTC Heintz Center 1926 Collegeview Road E., Rochester, MN 55904
What health and social services are on the kiosks?
Adults and seniors: Adult behavioral health; foster family for adults; services for the elderly and the elderly; dialectical behavior therapy (DBT); services for people with disabilities; report abuse; treatment of substance use disorders; and veteran benefits.
Child and youth: Adoption services; foster care license; child support (collection assistance); child care license; vaccinations; parental resources; report abuse; nutrition program for women, infants and children (WIC); and the behavioral health of young people.
Crisis: Adult behavioral health; dialectical behavior therapy (DBT); and Rochester Community Warming Center.
Financial aid: Cash or emergency aid; child support (collection assistance); childcare assistance program; food aid; medical assistance (health care); Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC).
Food, water and air: Analysis of drinking water and radon analysis.
Health, medicine and well-being: Services for the elderly and the elderly; adult behavioral health; dialectical behavior therapy (DBT); medical assistance (health care); vaccinations; report foodborne illness; nutrition program for women, infants and children (WIC); and the behavioral health of young people.
Lodging: Housing Assistance and Rochester Community Warming Center.
People living with a disability: Services for people with disabilities.
Mental health resources: Adult behavioral health; dialectical behavior therapy (DBT); treatment of substance use disorders; and the behavioral health of young people.
Veterans: Veterans benefits.
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