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(218) 335-8200 Phone
(800) 442-3909 Toll-free
(218) 335-8309 Fax

190 Sailstar Drive NW
Cass Lake, MN 56633


Twin Cities Office

Serving Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe enrollees who resied in Anoka County, Carver County, Dakotha County, Hennepin County, Ramsey County, Scott County, and Washington County

Twin Cities Office Services Available
  • Faxing & Copying Services
  • Phone & Computer Access
  • Notary Public Services
  • DeBahJiMon Newspaper
  • Resource Board with Community Flyers
  • Address Update, Funeral Assistance, etc.
Map - Get Directions to LIC Meetings
Women's Resource Center, MPLS

Twin Cities Local Indian Council Schedule
Meetings are held at the Women's Resource Center in Minneapolis (sometimes it is held at the MCT building)
2300 15th Ave South, Mpls
(612) 728-2000
Last Tuesday • 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Potluck - You may bring a dish to share.
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Twin Cities LIC Meeting Minutes
Twin Cities Contact Information

Leech Lake Twin Cities Office
1113 East Franklin Avenue South
Suite 210B
Minneapolis, MN 55404

(612) 729-0554 Phone
(612) 729-6035 Fax

Elder & Disabilities Program

All our Elder Advocates are Mandated Reporters of physical, emotional, financial and sexual abuse and neglect.

Elder Advocates
Elder Advocates assist with transportation, food shelf visits, grocery shopping, delivery of commodities, medical appointments and medication pick-up. We also help with county paperwork, social security, and health insurance information. Advocates will transport and accompany Elders/Disabled individuals to appointments pending availability of van and staff.

Tribal Assistance
We assist Elders and Disabled Individuals on a case-by-case basis. Elders and Disabled Individuals can be assisted once, up to $300 each Fiscal Year, July 1st - June 30th.

  • Must be a Leech Lake Band Member.
  • Must be in dire need of emergency or extraordinary assistance and must have exhausted all other resources.
  • Eligibility shall be determined by the type of assistance requested.
Twin Cities Resource Advocate
The Resource Advocate provides supportive services to band members that are 54 years old and younger by linking them with community resources and referrals that will help them attain their goals.  These community resources include: housing, education and employment. Other external referrals are for essential needs like food, diapers and clothing. In addition to these services, there are resource books for upcoming community events and current employment opportunities.
Other Activities
  • Movie Outing w/ Elder’s (January-May)
  • Beading Circle (Spring)
  • Wisdom Steps (June)
  • Elder’s Bingo (June-October)
  • State of the Band (August)
  • Annual LLTCO Picnic (September)
  • Sewing Circle (Fall)
  • Annual Grandparents Breakfast (October)
  • Annual Holiday Gathering (December)
  • Toys for Tots (November-December)

Dates are subject to change, call (612) 729-0554 for more information.