Prowers County Department of Human Services



Prowers County Department of Human services is to assist citizens within the community to maintain or improve:

  • Themselves economically, and only when this is not possible, to provide economic assistance,
  • Their physical health,
  • Their relationship with the community, i.e., to reduce the level of community conflict,
  • Their levels of functioning educationally,
  • Their levels of functioning occupationally in order to achieve employability,
  • Their relationships with family and/or significant others,
  • Their ability to solve personal problems, which are confronting them in day to day living,
  • Their living situation in order to sustain the highest possible level of independence.

To the end that:

  • Economic self-support is achieved or maintained and dependency is prevented, reduced, or eliminated.
  • Clients achieve or maintain self-sufficiency, i.e., persons function in their living situations and overall community relationships in the most independent manner possible,
  • Neglect, abuse, or exploitation of people unable to protect their own interests is prevented or remedied, and,
  • Individuals are able to function in primary, and/or secondary relationships.

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Prowers County Department of Human Services Website 

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