Legal Aid

The CASA program provides a trained volunteer advocate to represent the best interest of children who have been abused and neglected and who are adjudicated Child In Need of Assistance.

515.824.3023
866.923.1088

The Fort Dodge Human Rights Commission’s mission is to┬ásecure for all individuals within the City of Fort Dodge freedom from discrimination because of race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, age or mental or physical disability in connection with employment, public accommodations, housing, and credit, and thereby to protect the personal dignity of these individuals to insure their full productive capacities, to preserve the public safety, health, and general welfare, and to promote the interests, rights, and privileges of individual citizens in Fort Dodge.

515.576.2201

819 1st Ave S, Fort Dodge

Iowa Legal Aid provides legal help to eligible individuals who face civil legal problems. The services are free for those who qualify.

515.243.1193
800.532.1275

Juvenile justice agency serving Webster and surrounding counties.

515.573.1449

702 1st Ave S, Fort Dodge

Free legal help for Iowans 60 and over.

800.992.8161