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The Dakota County One-Day DWI program provides a timely and research-based response to first-time DWI offenders. The primary goal of the program is to prevent repeat offenses through education, skill-building, assessment and referral to additional services as needed. While the program allows offenders to remain in their homes, continuing their community and family involvement, they are also subject to remote electronic breath analysis screenings multiple times each day via phone hookup. There is a cost for Conditional Release Monitoring Program. For more information on this program, call 651-438-8257.

For juvenile clients, Corrections operates a 40-bed secured facility and day treatment programs and uses the fully accredited in-house Riverside School to provide education. On average, 11,300 probationers receive services from Community Corrections each year. 2018-2019 Community Corrections Comprehensive Plan. Crisis Nursery (612-839-5101) Senior Dining - Scott, Carver and Dakota County Food Shelf Thrift Shop Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Outreach Volunteer Opportunities Head Start WIC - (Women, Infant & Children) Holiday Project Rosemount Offic e – Serving Dakota County (651)322-3500.

Contact Dakota County Social Services to receive information and resources about health and wellness. How to get help. Life threatening emergencies (24/7) Call 911. Urgent help (24/7) Call the Crisis Response Unit at 952-891-7171. The Crisis Response Unit is available to all people in the community. Come celebrate this fall tradition German style with Sauerbraten tender potroast in a tangy sweet and sour sauce, beef roulades stuffed with pickles, bacon and onion in red wine sauce, Schweinshaxe pork ribs and sauerkraut, and Weiner Schnitzel chicken tenders lightly breaded and sauteed with fresh squeezed lemon and herbs.