Linn County Community Services

What We Do

Linn County Community Services (LCCS) promotes local health and human service availability, access, cost-effectiveness, and quality by:

  • Facilitating community collaboration and reducing duplication of services
  • Strategically using County dollars to leverage additional State and Federal Funds
  • Controlling mandated costs by investing in services that promote independence and self-sufficiency
  • Recommending shifts in the use of County funds to meet underfunded community needs within established budget limits
  • Adhering to licensing and accreditation standards
  • Monitoring compliance with regulations impacting service
  • Evaluating programs and services to ensure their effectiveness
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  1. Linn County Funds Local Human Service Agencies

    This collaboration helps meet underfunded community needs. Read on...
  2. Mental Health Access Center Expands Hours to Include Weekends

    Anyone 18 years of age or older can receive services from the Mental Health Access Center without an appointment. Read on...
  3. Linn County Awards $1 Million to PATCH Program

    The funding comes from Linn County’s portion of the federal American Rescue Plan Act. Read on...
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