Case Management & Protective Payee

Self-sufficiency is the primary goal for ICAP's programs. There are cases in which the participants require an intense level of assistance, due to the wide variety of their needs. The Coach works with the participants to create a self-sufficiency plan, which sets out the goals that the participant will work toward and also incorporates a timeline. The Coach then assists the participant to complete the goals. In some cases, the Coach also acts as a protective payee for the participant. In that situation, the Coach manages the participant's income, pays bills, buys groceries and other necessities, and in general manages the participant's finances for a period of time. The Coach, at the same time, helps the participant learn how to manage his/her income.

News and Events

Salary and Benefit Comparability Study
Friday, July 12, 2019

Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership is seeking proposals for a Salary and Benefit Comparability Study. Proposers must receive agency specifications before submitting proposals, please contact Arleen Weerheim at 605-256-6518 ext. 102 or email her at aweerheim@interlakescap.com. Proposals must be received by ICAP by July 25, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. ICAP reserves the right to reject any and/or all proposals.

Uniform Guidance Single Audit
Friday, July 12, 2019

Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership (ICAP) is seeking proposals for Uniform Guidance Single Audit, limited scope 403(b) audit, Form 990, and 1944i agreed upon procedures engagement.

Any Company sending a proposal must receive agency specifications prior to submitting proposals. Address correspondence to ICAP, PO Box 268, Madison, SD 57042, Attn: Kimberly Raske. You may call Kimberly at 605-256-6518 Ext. #122 for further details. Proposals must be received by ICAP by August 12, 2019

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