Kalix is now a member of the CyclePoint network!

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Did you know Kalix handles confidential shredding?

We also supply secure containers
to keep your confidential
documents safe!

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Donations are typically
used to purchase items
that will enhance the
lives of people enrolled
in Kalix programs.



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an extra 5¢ per pound in tokens!


Kalix is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation which provides individualized residential and vocational services to people with disabilities.

The organization is based in Minot, North Dakota with offices also located in Belcourt, Grand Forks, Langdon, and Rolla, North Dakota. Kalix is accredited by CQL (The Council on Quality and Leadership) and licensed by the North Dakota Department of Human Services.

The Minot Vocational Adjustment Workshop, Inc. adopted the Kalix name and logo in August 2012. It’s the same organization with the same corporate identity, management, employees, and excellence in service.

Kalix is pronounced with a short ‘a’ as in ‘cat’. The name comes from the Latin word ‘calx’, which literally translates to a chalk goal line, as seen on a football field. We selected the name because we help people with disabilities achieve goals.

Learn more about Kalix from our brochure!


September 2016 Employee Awards

Quality of Life Enhancement 1508 staff This month, the spotlight is on 1508, where one tenant has worked hard to make progress towards his weight-loss goal.  Carol DeLorme led the effort to support better food choices, eliminate unhealthy snacks, and follow-through with exercise plans.  Other staff involved with the process include Tim Hase, Mike Marquart, Wendal Ebach, Jackie Nichols, Dennis Horner, Sue Axness, Mary Borud, and Michelle McHenry. New Module Certifications Kudos to these people more »

Kalix Garden 2016

The Kalix Day Supports Program has continued their gardening skills in 2016! A grant from the St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation provided materials and soil for constructing raised beds, tools, and seeds. The raised beds allow easy access by everybody. The purpose of the project is to offer gardening as a productive activity that builds a sense of accomplishment as well as provides a multi-sensory experience (feel the dirt and plants, see the plants grow more »