• Being a caregiver can be as easy as picking up groceries once a week, or as serious as providing around-the-clock care. Get help.

  • Courts of law can seem confusing and frightening, especially for immigrants. But Minnesota’s courts are there to help solve problems, by being fair and neutral. Learn about what courts do, how they work, what to expect, and how to be prepared when going to court in Minnesota.

  • We want to honor and respect our elders, and protect them from harm. Seniors have great wisdom they can share with younger generations. But life has a way of teaching all of us important things, sometimes through painful lessons. Even for seniors.

  • Children are naturally curious about fire. When this curiosity becomes experimentation, it can quickly turn into accidents or even arson causing serious injury or even death.Curious children (and adults) can become victims of fire accidents or convicted as criminals for crimes caused by fire. 

  • It's imporatant to plan ahead for times when we may need help or may not able to make health care decisions on our own. There are many resources available wheter you're looking for guidance on aging at home, or how to pay for a medical service.

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