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2016 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail
Get your chance to win this 2016 Harley Davidson Heritage Softail!!
2016 Children's Home Raffle

$50.00 per ticket, only 1300 tickets sold!!

Need not be present to win, Not a charitable contribution, bike winner is responsible for taxes/fees.

Get your tickets at our RSI Office (112 2nd Ave SW), The Landing Bar and Bottle Shop, or Magic-City Harley Davidson!

With your ticket you also are entered in the chance to win 58 other prizes which are all valued at $250 or above!!!



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Transition Program for ages 14-21

RSI is proud to now offer a Student Transition Program to prepare youth with disabilities ages 14-21 for future success in employment, further education, and independent living. The RSI Student Transition Program includes services in the areas of job exploration, workplace readiness training, work based learning experiences, self-advocacy training, and counseling on post-secondary opportunities. This program is funded by the North Dakota Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.


For more information, please contact Samantha Gores at 839-4240 or rsitransition@outlook.com


Women United

In February, Women United members and friends lean an awareness campaign by wearing a black dress or outfit for five consecutive days to raise funds for local women battling poverty, entering the workforce, and caring for their families.

A huge THANK YOU to Women United and the Little Black Dress Campaign for their generous grant of $4,500 to support women who are transitioning into the workforce to assist with professional development, job interview preparation and interview attire.




Apartments Available!
Posted on 2/11/2015

RSI has low income apartments available at the Henry Towers! If you, or someone you know, is age 62 or over, or has a disability, check into the apartments with the Henry Towers in Minot. Please contact Terry or Jay at RSI to find out more! Equal Housing Opportunity. read more of this story