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Disability Linkage Line

1.866.333.2466 Finding the right resources just got easier

What is Disability Linkage Line?

The Disability Linkage Line (DLL) is a free, statewide information and referral resource that provides Minnesotans with disabilities and chronic illnesses a single access point for all disability related questions. DLL provides service to the entire state from four locations: St. Paul, Rochester, Bemidji and Brainerd.

A trained resource specialist will be available during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) to provide one-to-one assistance to help people learn about their options and connect with the supports and services they choose. There is no wrong call to the Disability Linkage Line. Inquiries include requests for information and referrals on disability benefits programs, home modifications, assistive technology, personal assistance services, transition services, accessible housing, employment, social activities and disability rights.

For people who prefer looking for resources over the Internet, the Disability Linkage Line is a partner in the statewide resource database found at

To find out more about DLL please read facts about DLLpdf logo.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I use the Disability Linkage Line?
By dialing 1-866-333-2466. The toll-free number is staffed with trained resource specialists Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Callers will be connected to the center that serves their region of Minnesota.

Who can use the Disability Linkage Line?
Anyone can use the DLL. It is specifically designed for Minnesotans with disabilities or chronic illnesses and their families, caregivers or service providers.

When should I call the Disability Linkage Line?
Anytime Minnesotans have a question or need help finding disability-related resources or services. There are no "wrong" questions. Our goal is to provide you information on any topic related to disabilities, chronic illnesses and community resources available.

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