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Income Maintenance Unit Supervisor

Lisa McNally
Phone: (651)-565-3351
Toll Free: 1-888-315-8815. Collect calls are accepted.
Fax: (651)-565-3084
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


If you need to contact us about your case, have a question about our programs, or wish to apply, please contact us as noted below:

Call us at (651) 565-4133.

For toll free calls: 1.888.315.8815


Or you can email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


In partnership with the Minnesota Department of Human Services, the Wabasha County Income Maintenance Unit works to help people with low incomes transition to economic stability.  Economic Stability includes cash assistance programs, food support, child care assistance, child support services, refugee services, employment services and health care programs.


Medical Assistance (MA)

MA is a federal program that may pay medical bills for people who cannot pay them. Recipients must be under age 21 or over age 65, pregnant, blind, disabled, or parents or caretakers of a child under age 19.  Click here for more information about MA.

Below are forms you will need if you wish to be reimbursed for medical expenses when going to the doctor such as meals, mileage and lodging.

Health Care Access Plan

Medical Assistance Expense Reimbursement Form (Mileage/Meals/Lodging)

Volunteer Driver Non-Disclosure Declaration


Refugee Medical Assistance (RMA)

RMA is a federal program that may pay medical bills for certain refugees who cannot pay them, who cannot get MA, and who have been in the U.S. eight months or less.  Click here for more information on RMA.



MinnesotaCare is a state and federal program that helps people who do not have other insurance, and do not get MA or GAMC. Recipients will pay a monthly premium.  Click here for more information on MinnesotaCare.



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MNsure is a central marketplace where Minnesota individuals, families and small employers can get quality, affordable health insurance and access tax credits or assistance to help pay for coverage. MNsure has an easy-to-use website where you can search and compare plans, a hotline you can call to talk with someone about your options, and places where you can sign up in your community.


Getting Insurance through MNsure

Our aim is to make getting health insurance through MNsure a simple, straightforward process. Here is how we will help guide you:

Step One: Access the website. Choose either the individual or small employer category.

Step Two: About You. Once you've told us some essential details, you'll see a range of plans that match what you are seeking. All the plans will meet standard requirements for value and quality.

Step Three: Select a Plan. Compare your options by price, provider or services offered.

Step Four: Reduce Your Cost. You may qualify for tax credits or health programs.

Step Five: Complete Your Enrollment. Individuals and families only need to fill out one application for any type of health coverage offered through the MNsure marketplace.


For more information About MnSure: https://www.mnsure.org/




In accordance with Federal Law and the Minnesota Human Rights Act, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, political beliefs, disability, creed, sexual orientation or status with regard to public assistance. To file a complaint of discrimination, write Civil Rights Coordinator, Office of Equal Opportunity, Minnesota Department of Human Services, Box 64997, St. Paul MN, 55164-0997; or call (651) 431-3040 (voice); (651) 431-3041 (TTY/TDD); 1-800-627-3529 (Minnesota Relay Service); or 1-877-627-3848 (Speech-to-Speech Relay).


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