Connecting People Without Phones to Opportunity

Open Access Connections (formerly Twin Cities Community Voice Mail or TCCVM)  is the link that connects people in need to vital services. We provide communications technology like voice mail and cell phones so our participants can access housing, employment, health care, safety resources and more. Open Access means increased self-sufficiency.Help us create a link to dignity and hope – make a donation now.




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    “GREAT TOOLS TO KEEP IN TOUCH” – Open Access voice mail & Lifeline cell phones

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    A voice mail participant tells us why having both a Lifeline cell phone and an Open Access Voice mail number is the best way to go to meet his communications needs.


    Updated Lifeline Materials (posted 12/13)

    Open Access Connections staff have researched and updated our Lifeline educational materials. These materials are current as of 12/2/13. Overview of Lifeline in MN Free Phone & Terracom FAQ Cell Phone & Voice Mail Have additional information or questions, contact Sean 651-603-5147

    MCH Conference Materials (posted 10/13)

    Attached are the materials used in our Lifeline presentation at the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless Conference. Lifeline PowerPoint Lifeline Providers in MN Free Phone & Terracom FAQ

    5th Annual Picnic and Walk a Success! (posted 09/13)

    This past Saturday’s 5th Annual Walk & Picnic was a huge success! It was a beautiful and cool morning to begin Open Access Connection Annual Walk at Minnehaha Park. We had a great turnout among the Board, Staff, 50+ Generation Group, Open Access voice mail participants, and other community members. Big thanks to all that […]