Williston gets full-service NDAD office

Posted: Sep 13 2022
Williston is now home to charitable nonprofit NDAD’s fifth full-service client services office in North Dakota.

NDAD’s new office provides services for people with health issues and disabilities in the community and throughout Williams, Divide, Burke, Mountrail and McKenzie counties.

It’s located at 1500 14th St. W., Suite 295 on the second floor of the 20/20 Professional Center.
20-20 building in Williston, where NDAD's office is located, on the second floor.
The 20/20 Professional Center in Williston

Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

NDAD – the North Dakota Association for the Disabled – has expanded its popular Heathcare Equipment Loan Program (HELP) inventory to provide free loans of up to 90 days for people who need crutches, walkers, wheelchairs, canes, knee walkers, shower chairs and benches, toilet risers, scooters and other types of durable home medical equipment.

Our charity also offers direct financial assistance among its multiple programs. We help people with prescription medications, out-of-town medical travel, medical equipment and supplies, home and vehicle accessibility, local accessible transit, personal attendant care, and adaptive recreation.

NDAD also provides information and referral services to help people receive assistance through other agencies, when possible.

Rae Lundy
NDAD’s client services representative in Williston is Rae Lundy. Contact her for more information or to arrange for a free home healthcare equipment loan. Call her at (701) 774-0741, (888) 403-NDAD (-6323) or email williston@ndad.org.

NDAD’s Williston office joins our charity’s full-service centers in Bismarck, Fargo, Minot and home office in Grand Forks.

Keep up to date on NDAD news by checking out our website at ndad.org, signing up for our free quarterly newsletter and following us on Facebook and Twitter.

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