Health & Wellness

Food & Nutrition

One of the most prevalent conditions of those that live in poverty in our communities is a lack of nutritious food to power their bodies. At CAPLP we work to help people increase access to nutritious foods by connecting them to food resources in the community. We do this by assisting households with accessing SNAP (Food Support) benefits through application assistance, outreach and education. We also provide food distribution events such as Mobile Food Drops and the Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS). Through these programs we help ensure that the children, families and seniors in our communities do not have to choose between providing healthy, nutritious food for their families or paying for other basic needs. For more information about these programs, please call (218) 512-1500 or email.

CAPLP Health & Wellness Food & Nutrition

Health Insurance

Health insurance is a basic need that all too often goes unmet when families fall on difficult financial times. At CAPLP we work to connect households to insurance options that fit their needs, so they are able to get access to affordable health care. Our staff are certified MNSure Navigators and Medicare Counselors.
To schedule an appointment
call (218) 512-1500 or

CAPLP Health & Wellness Independent Living for Seniors

Independent Living for Seniors

CAPLP provides integrated community level services that are designed to promote healthy, independent living for seniors across Clay County. Our primary goal is to enable seniors to live in their homes as long as possible. Services include assistance navigating services to support independent living, assistance with transportation, and providing a one-stop shop for seniors to ensure that they are connected to the information and educational services they need to live healthy lives.

CAPLP is part of a collaborative project in Clay County that is designed to assist older adults and their families in Clay County communities to identify assets and resources that will empower them to age well within their community. To find out more information about what you need to live and age well in Clay County, click here.

Contact Us:
  • Phone (218) 512-1500
  • Fax: (844) 215-7287
  • Email
Walk-in Services:
  • 715 11th St. N. Suite 101
  • Moorhead, MN 56560
Mailing Address:
  • 891 Belsly Boulevard
    Moorhead, MN  56560
Wilkin County Office:

311 5th Street S.
Breckenridge, MN 56520
(218) 512-1500