Family Services Office of Nobles County, Minnesota

Family Services

Nobles County, Minnesota

   Nobles County Mission

In cooperation with our citizens, we improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities by fostering a healthy economy and environment in Nobles County.

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Nobles County Family Services Office

Stacie Golombiecki
Human Services Director

318 Ninth St.
PO Box 189
Worthington, MN 56187

(507) 295-5213 (p)
(888) 807-8099 (p)
(507) 372-5094 (f)

Family Services Staff

Darci Goedtke
Adult Social Services Supervisor

Krysta Anderson
Family & Children’s Social Service Supervisor

Tamara Fishel
Financial Assistance Supervisor

Stephani Diekmann
Child Support Supervisor

Stephani Diekmann
Fiscal Supervisor

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Family Services

Services & Responsibilities

Nobles County Family Services Agency (NCFSA) is the County’s public welfare and local social service agency. The Department currently has 41 employees. The Department has three main components: child support services, financial services and social services.

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Child Support Unit

Provides services to non-public assistance as well as public assistance recipients:

  • Location
  • Support enforcement
  • Support establishment
  • Paternity establishment

There is a staff of 3 child support officers and a supervisor. The majority of funding for these services comes from federal sources.

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Financial Services Unit

Provides services that are those most often associated with "public welfare":

  • Minnesota Family Investment Program
  • Diversionary Work Program
  • Medical Assistance
  • Minnesota Supplemental Aid
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
  • General assistance
  • Child Care

There is a staff of 12 Eligibility Workers and 1 Supervisor. The majority of funding for these services is received from state and federal sources.

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Social Services Unit

Provides services in six cluster areas:

  • Children’s services
  • Chemical dependency
  • Mental health
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Adult services

The services primarily involve completing assessments or investigations, developing individual case plans, contracting for services from an array of services and case management. There is a staff of 16 social workers and 2 social service supervisors. The funding for these services comes from a combination of state, federal and county funds.

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Administration Unit

The Administration Unit of the department provides the fiscal and financial management, personnel administration and other administrative functions. There is a staff of two office support technicians, two account clerks, one fiscal supervisor, one collections officer and a director.

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