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716 Paul Bunyan Dr NW, Bemidji, MN, United States (Headquarters)
218-333-0880218-333-0880
218-333-6844

Community Resource Connections:

Our goal is to help you gain access to the services that will allow you to participate in preventative health care.  Staying healthy is easier, and far less expensive, that getting well.

We are established nonprofit service providers and caregivers in your community.  We are NOT county, state or federal employees, nor do we work for health management systems like Prime West Health.  We are reimbursed through contracts and grants that enable us to serve you without charging for that service.

We are trained and certified by MNsure to assist with online application for health insurance in Minnesota.  The online application is faster and more reliable than  paper applications submitted to the county system.

We work cooperatively with your County and State Human Service Departments, Minnesota Care, and MNsure.  We serve as your advocate and guide.  We also work with area MNsure Brokers who can help you choose the best Qualified Health Plan; if that is what you qualify for through the MNsure application system.

Bemidji:                      218-333-0880

Blackduck:                  218-835-5768

Walker                          218-547-3438 ext. 115

How Our Services Work:

  • You call a convenient site and schedule an appointment
  • We explain how MNsure works and what items are needed at your appointment
  • We provide computer and internet access; and we enter your data
  • We provide document printing and faxing at no cost to you
  • We help you create your own MNsure online account
  • We guide you through the MNsure application question by question
  • We assist you in interpreting application questions and how they relate to your situation
  • You receive a copy of your completed application and account information
  • We will keep a copy of your account information and application on file; but only with your written approval
  • We help troubleshoot application problems
  • We provide advocacy if an appeal is needed
  • We cannot choose for your or recommend Qualified Health Plans; but will refer you to certified Brokers who are able to educate and guide you

MNSure Broker Enrollment Center: 

Allen Zutz Agency

8147 Hwy 2 NW, Bemidji, MN  56601

218-444-0202

Mr. Zutz will work with you to find the MNsure Qualified Health Plan that best fits your needs.

4130 Hangar Drive NW Bemidji MN 56601

Civil Air Patrol (CAP), the official U. S. Air Force Auxiliary, is a civilian, volunteer, nonprofit, service organization with almost 62,000 members nationwide.

Minnesota is home to 21 Squadrons across the state. CAP Corporation and its members own and operate more than 500 light aircraft, the world’s largest civilian fleet, and volunteers fly about 140,000 hours each year on CAP missions.

CAP won fame during World War II for its coastal patrol and other all-volunteer civilian defense activities. Today, CAP members perform more than 95 percent of inland search and rescue missions as tasked by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center. CAP also conducts a wide variety of emergency service missions including disaster relief and counter-drug activities.

CAP volunteers take a leading role in aerospace education and conduct one of America’s finest youth programs, the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program. The Cadet Program is open to youth ages 12-18 years of age. Cadets have opportunities to participate in many activities including search and rescue, disaster relief, survival training, radio communications, land navigation, model rocketry, leadership training, first aid, physical fitness, orientation flights (aboard a CAP or military aircraft) and much more.

Civil Air Patrol instills the organization’s Core Values in its cadets — integrity, volunteer service, excellence and respect. CAP’s 23,000 cadets are drug-free role models in their communities and schools. The cadet program also offers youth in-depth training in leadership and enables them to apply classroom principles to real-world needs.

You don’t have to be a pilot or need military experience to join Civil Air Patrol. Civil Air Patrol re also not obligated to join any branch of the military service.

414 Lincoln Ave SE, Bemidji MN 56619 (entrance on 5th St)

A church led ministry and emergency program organized to provide short term assistance for those who fall through the cracks and who need immediate help and have nowhere else to turn in the short run.  In addition to providing financial aid for food, gas, rent, and utility payments, Churches United also assists individuals and families through counseling and referrals to other community agencies and resources.

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133 Main Street Suite B Blackduck MN 56630

The Blackduck Area History and Art Center (BAHAC) is located at the top of the Lady Slipper Scenic Byway in northern Minnesota. Although some artifacts are specific to this area, we provide a “stepping back in time” experience that can be enjoyed whether you are specifically interested in this area, or history in general. The displays excite children as well as adults, and indeed we feel a special mission to bring the past to life for children.

The co-located TIN PAN gALLErY focuses on giving local artists a place to showcase their works. Featured artists’ shows are generally on display for a month. In between shows there is always an interesting variety of art on exhibit. We have truly fulfilled our mission of providing art opportunities for all ages, as we have featured everything from pre-school and kindergarten art project displays to a special artist show for an artist in her eighth decade.

In the year 2000, the Blandin/Blackduck Visioning Committee began collecting historical memorabilia as part of its 2001 Centennial Celebration planning process. The items collected came from the geographic area covered by the Blackduck School District, a 435 square mile area that includes 13 townships and the cities of Blackduck, Tenstrike, Funkley and Squaw Lake. The need for a permanent storage area for all that had been collected spurred discussions about finding a location to store the items. This evolved to the possibility of an actual history center – a place to showcase and preserve our area’s heritage while educating our young people and operating a key attraction for residents and tourists alike. In January 2005, the Blackduck Arts Council decided to partner with the BAHAC to add an arts component to the proposed Center. Working together, the History and Art Center opened its doors to the public August 19, 2006.

We live in a resort area with unlimited opportunities for outdoor recreation amidst our scenic forests, lakes and bogs. Although we are a small town we draw people from a large area. We feel fortunate to have a library, movie theater, bowling alley, golf course, city park, restaurants and some pretty interesting shopping opportunities. People travel for miles to visit and shop at Anderson Fabrics Outlet Store. Nearby attractions include the Big Bog State Park, The Lost 40, Chippewa National Forest campgrounds, Camp Rabideau (the most well-preserved CCC Camp in the nation – a National Historic Landmark) and the Lady Slipper Scenic Byway, to name a few. We’re sure you’ll want to visit us soon!

Mission Statement

To preserve materials, objects and data related to our diverse population; to remember the past, live in the present, and educate our youth for the future.

To promote the arts in our community by putting a face on the artists of the area and providing art opportunities for our residents from ages 8 to 80.

2522 Hannah Ave NW, Bemidji MN 56601

For Clients

We offer uncompromising employment services and build partnerships offering temporary, temp-to-hire, professional and/or project based employee placements.

For Associates

We work tirelessly to find assignments that are rewarding.

Always There Staffing also offers

  • Instant Read Drug Testing. 
  • We are DOT Certified and offer both DOT Drug Testing and Non-DOT Drug Tests. 
  • Alcohol Testing and Breathalyzer tests.

Use Always There Staffing for pre-employment drug screens, random drug testing, or after accident drug testing.

No appointment necessary during regular business hours.  If you need a test after hours, please call 218-440-1022.

Call us for more information.

ALWAYS THERE STAFFING, INC.                                                           *Military Friendly*

As our logo states, we provide “Quality and Convenience for our Clients and Respect and Opportunity for our Associates”.

Our Clients expect and deserve the best and our value system supports that expectation with the respect and teamwork practiced by everyone at Always There Staffing.  We offer uncompromising service, a partner you can trust for your employment services.  We offer a variety of services to our Clients at a competitive rate.  Always There Staffing can provide the following services:  recruit, interview, screen, match employees to your specific needs, computer based testing and evaluations, drug/alcohol screens, Local and State backgrounds checks, certification verification, employee physicals, DMV checks and job reference checks.

Our Associates are treated with honesty and respect.  We work tirelessly to find assignments
that are rewarding and will maximize the associate’s skills and experience.  We will talk with applicants to find out about you and your skills and what type of employment situation will best suit you.  We offer our associates new opportunities, a safe place to work, and a position on the winning team.

Always There Staffing, Inc. Values

Respect:  We create a positive environment where every person is highly valued and treated with integrity and honesty.

Client Focused:  We provide extraordinary service to our clients by listening, understanding and providing solutions as a dependable partner.

Associates:  We are committed to offer assignments based on your experience, interest, and skills.  We will do our best to ensure you receive the proper training to ensure your success for every assignment.

Committed To Success:  We are committed to achieving success for our employees, associates, and clients through innovation and continual improvement.

Sense of Urgency:  We are a results-driven team that understands the expectations of our Associates and Clients and we are dedicated to achieving mutual success.

Great Communication:  Our goal is to share information in an effective, honest, and timely manner that encourages positive relationships.

No One Does It Alone:  Our values will only be realized when we work as a team and every member is fully engaged in supporting our mission.

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716 Paul Bunyan Drive NW Bemidji MN 56601 Mail: PO Box 27 Bemidji MN 56619

BACKGROUND
United Way advances the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. Through your investment, United Way is able to address the critical needs that matter most to you and our community and create a meaningful difference in people’s lives by: investing in nonprofit health and human service programs and services that address the most critical needs and deliver the greatest impact possible; implementing community impact initiatives and support year round programs that address new and emerging needs; and, forming strategic partnerships and collaborations—sharing responsibility and accountability for delivering meaningful and long-lasting results.

Our focus is on education, income and health – the building blocks for a good quality of life.

 

 

PROGRAMS OF UNITED WAY OF BEMIDJI AREA

BACKPACK BUDDIES
In the Bemidji area, 1 in 5 children experience food insecurity and hunger. The Backpack Buddies program was developed to help ensure that children in the Bemidji school district have access to nutritious, non-perishable and easy-to-prepare food at times when other resources are not available, such as weekends and school vacations.
The program provides backpacks filled with food that is child friendly, non-perishable, and easily consumed free of charge. An average weekly menu consists of: 2 entrees, 1 snack, 2 breakfast items, 1 vegetable, 2 fruits, and 2 milks, and 1 high protein item. The food is purchased from the North Country Food Bank and community groups and volunteers package the food each month.
The food packs are discretely distributed to children, as best determined by the school, on the last day before weekends and all scheduled school breaks/holiday breaks.
Thanks to Sanford Health, the program has expanded to feed more than 450 children, who have been referred by school staff as experiencing food insecurity or hunger, each weekend and school break. The program currently serves all Bemidji school district schools.

COATS FOR THE COMMUNITY
Each year donations of gently used, clean winter coats and outerwear for men, women, children and infants are collected. More than 3,000 cold-weather items are collected and distributed to our Bemidji neighbors to keep them warm and dry during the winter.

HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR KIDS
Each year between 800 and 1000 children, ages 0-16, experience a joyful Christmas thanks to the generosity and kindness of others. Parents or legal guardians register for the Holiday Gifts for Kids program and have the opportunity to choose a gift for their child on distribution day. In addition, each family receives a board game to enjoy together.

SOMEONE SPECIAL VOLUNTEERS
United Way of Bemidji Area partners with Ken K. Thompson Jewelry, KB101 Radio, and The Bemidji Pioneer, to recognize the value of volunteerism.
The Someone Special Volunteer Program provides an opportunity for any individual, organization, business, or group, to recognize up to two volunteers who have made a difference within the community through volunteering.

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716 Paul Bunyan Dr NW, Bemidji, MN 56601, USA
218-333-0880 (voice attendant to leave a message)218-333-0880 (voice attendant to leave a message)
218-333-6844

Community Resource Connections (CRC) is a nonprofit membership organization serving Beltrami, Cass, Clearwater and Hubbard Counties.

MNsure Navigators:  Application for Medical Assistance, Minnesota Care, and Qualified Health Plans offered through the state of Minnesota’s health exchange.  CRC staff provide computer and internet access, and question by question guidance.  No cost to you.  Appointments required.

Service Access:  Assistance finding the resources you need.  CRC staff will educate you about your service options, assist you with service applications, and advocate for you when the system doesn’t work as you need it to work.  No cost to you.

Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS):  CRC’s Blackduck office site takes applications and serves as a dissemination point for food commodities provided through Second Harvest Food Bank.  Eligibility is based on age (60+) and income (call for guidelines).  Free monthly food boxes containing a $40 value of non-perishable food items.

Community Service Agency Membership:  CRC works with community service agencies to organize and publish a hard copy resource directory as well as this electronic version.  Other member services include:  facilitation of networking meetings, cooperative marketing events, nonprofit start up guidance, and program support.

Community Resource Connections: 5 Locations:

For all 3 Bemidji locations call:  218-333-0880 (an auto voice attendant will request that you leave your name and telephone number: the first available staff member in either of our Bemidji office locations will return your call, usually within an hour or faster

BEMIDJI

1.  CRC Headquarters:  716 Paul Bunyan Dr NW, Bemidji, MN  56601

2.  CRC at the Northern Dental Access Center:  1405 Anne St NW, Bemidji, MN 56601

3.  CRC at the County Community Services Building: 616 America Avenue NW Bemidji MN  56601 Suite 220

BLACKDUCK

4.  CRC at the Blackduck Resource Center:  218-835-5768   #17 Main St. (Moon Drug Building), PO Box 414, Blackduck, MN  56630

WALKER

5.  CRC at Walker-based BI-CAP: 218-547-3438 ext. 115  8245 Industrial Park Road NW Walker MN 56484 Mailing address  PO Box 995 Walker MN 56484

 

 

PO Box 304, 320 Eagle Ave NE, Remer, MN 56672

Our Mission: Providing education, mentoring and support services that build strong individuals and families in the Northland Community School District.

Core Values:

  1. Education is an important key to building self-sufficient individuals and strong families.
  2. Every person has value. We operate out of consideration for each individual’s dignity.
  3. Strong families build strong communities.
  4. Healthy families and community systems are essential to supporting sustainable change in individuals.
  5. We strive for communities in which people are interdependent.
  6. We collaborate with other organizations that support our mission.

The Northland Area Family Services Center was created as a unique way to give rural access to county and educational services, and to meet community needs through innovative programming. Incorporated in 1996 as a 501C3, we serve the Northland Community School District and parts of Leech Lake Reservation. This is a population of 4,474 people (5.26 persons per square mile). In our service area 20% of households make less than $20,000 and 11.9% or 536 people in our community live below the poverty line.

 

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1612 Carr Lake Road SE, Bemidji, MN 56601

Great River Rescue is dedicated to operating an animal shelter for the purpose of finding a quality forever home for each animal we serve, encouraging a community of responsible companion animal guardians, eliminating the community’s need to euthanize dogs and cats as a means of population control, and promoting a society where companion animals become more valued.

Pet Fixers
Great River Rescue operates a low-cost spay/neuter and animal wellness program, Pet Fixers. Clinics are held one or two weekends per month from April to November. Information about services offered and income qualifications can be found at https://link.edgepilot.com/s/2d1c198a/JEjPdipc2Eiu0NA7hoak-Q?u=http://www.greatriverrescue.com/ under the Pet Fixers tab. Clients must register in advance. Clinic schedule and registration information can also be found at the website.
Pet Fixers phone: 218-760-1307

Email:

Director: director@greatriverrescue.com
General information: info@greatriverrescue.com
Adoption information: adoptions@greatriverrescue.com

Pet Fixers Program: petfixers@greatriverrescue.com
Intake questions and kennel coordinator: intake@greatriverrescue.com
Modsquad questions: modsquad@greatriverrescue.com

1510 Bemidji Ave N, Suite 13, Bemidji MN 56601

Crisis Support and Advocacy– Available 24/7. Call the office number and you can leave a Non-emergent message or stay on the line to be routed to a live dispatch. Free & confidential crisis intervention.

Regional Navigator for sexually exploited and trafficked individuals

1550 East 78th, St. Richfield, MN 55423

Operated by non-profit, Canvas Health, Crisis Text Line allows users to communicate with trained counselors via confidential text messaging. Counselors help people of all ages and walks of life get to an emotionally and physically safe place and then direct them to community resources that can provide longer-term support. They serve many counties and all Tribal Nations located in Minnesota. Text “MN” to 741741.

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1260 Exchange St SE, Bemidji MN 56601

Our Mission:  The Bemidji Community Food Shelf is a faith-based, caring place that listens to those who are experiencing food insecurity.  We work with our partners to be inclusive and to provide fresh, nourishing foods for those living in Beltrami County and the Bemidji School District.

Households may make one visit per calendar month which will provide about 10 meals, or 3-5 days of food per household.  Services are based on income eligibility.  We are also a distribution site for Nutrition Assistance Program for Sneiors (NAPS) boxes for income eligible seniors 60 and over.  Applications are available at the food shelf.

Please bring a current ID if you have one.  We will need the names and birthdates of household members and the gross income for the household.

Bemidji Community Food Shelf (BCFS) is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Cass County, MN, United States

Cass County Online Resource Directory     http://www.co.cass.mn.us/pdfs/resource_directory.pdf

Court Administration     218-547-7200

Driver’s License Exams/Driving Tests     218-547-2202

Driver’s License/ATV/Birth/Death/Marriage Certificates/Notary/ID Cards     218-547-7247

Extension/4-H     218-587-8280

Family Centers:

Northland Area Family Service Center, Remer     218-566-3636

Pilager Family Center     218-746-4009

Pine River-Backus Family Center     218-587-4292

Law Enforcement:

Walker Police     218-547-5507

Emergency     911

Sheriff     218-547-1424

 

Probation     218-547-7212

Public Transit/Pine River     1-866-925-7433

Rule 25 and Chemical Dependency Assessment:

Pine River     218-587-8292

Walker     218-547-1340

Cass Lake/Leech Lake Tribal Program     218-335-8382

 

Social Services:

Includes: Adult Services/Behavioral Health/Child Protection/Intake and Assessment/Child Support/Family Health/Fraud/Home Care and Managed Care/Income Maintenance     218-547-1340

Public Health/WIC     218-335-8291

Outlying office in Backus     218-947-7530

 

Veteran’s Services     218-947-7530

Outlying office in Backus     218-947-7530

The Bemidji Community Soup Kitchen organizes four free meals a week at two area churches. Anyone that is hungry and would like to share a meal is welcome. There are no income guidelines or forms required. The meal is free to anyone who comes through our doors. Thus an open table!

Dine with us Mondays and Tuesdays from 5-6pm (doors open at 4:30pm) at:
​Mount Zion 414 Lincoln Ave SE Bemidji

Dine with us Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5-6pm (doors open at 4:30pm) at:
United Methodist Church 924 Beltrami Ave NW Bemidji

Bemidji MN 56601

A four county consortium (Beltrami, Clearwater, Hubbard, Lake of the Woods) for improving the path of mental health in the region; consumers, families, and providers participate. Meetings are the first Monday of each month, 1-3pm, in a different county each month. Beltrami residents call Jeff Lind.

2200 University Avenue West, Suite 240, Saint Paul, MN, United States

We offer tools and training for employment and for helping seniors remain independent and active. As Minnesota’s accessible reading source we also transcribe books and other materials into alternative formats, including audio and braille. We assist Minnesotans who are blind, DeafBlind, losing vision, or who have another disability that makes it difficult to read print.

4143 26th Ave S, Fargo, ND, United States

We grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

Mahnomen County Courthouse, 311 North Main St., Mahonmen, MN 56557

SERVING: Mahnomen County
Mahnomen County Heartland Express provides general public transportation throughout Mahnomen County. Heartland Express provides dial-a-ride and flexible route bus service throughout Mahnomen County. We also provide trips to and from White Earth and Ogema in Becker County.

Three daily routes will be running Monday-Friday. A bus will be going to Fargo once a week for anyone who wishes to shop or has a medical appointment. Medical appointments need to be scheduled no earlier than 10 am and all clients must be done with their appointments no later than 2:45 pm.

Volunteer Services to Fargo for medical purposes will be on Wednesday. Anyone who wants a ride must call into the transit office at least one day in advance to schedule a ride. Appointments need to be made between 9 am and 2 pm.

Volunteer Services to Detroit Lakes for medical purposes will be Tuesdays and Thursdays. Anyone who wants a ride must call into the transit office at least one day in advance to schedule a ride. Appointments need to be made between 9 am and 2 pm.

Red Lake Reservation, Angle Township, MN, United States

Accounting     218-679-1800

Ambulance/Ponemah     218-554-7334

Ambulance/Red Lake     218-679-3327

Anishinabe Legal Services     218-679-2281

Balancing our Lifestyle     218-679-4144

Boys and Girls Club/Ponemah     218-554-7596

Boys and Girls Club/Red Lake     218-679-2556

Chemical Health Department     218-679-3392

Child Care Assistance Program     218-679-3350

Child Support     218-679-2306

Clinic Ponemah     218-554-7333

Comp Health     218-679-3316

Conservation Department     218-679-1908

Detention Center     218-679-4284

Division of Rehab     218-679-2152

ECFE     218-679-3535

Elderly Maintenance     218-679-2202

Elderly Nutrition Program     218-679-3339

Elementary/Ponemah     218-554-7337

Elementary/Red Lake     218-679-3329

ENP/Ponemah     218-554-7492

ENP/Red Lake     218-679-3339

Enrollment Office     218-679-1842

Family and Children’s Services     218-679-2122

Fire Dept/Ponemah     218-554-7377

Fire Dept/Red Lake     218-679-3473

Fitness Center/Humanities     218-679-4199

Fitness Center/Ponemah     218-554-7503

Fitness Center/Red Lake     218-679-4228

Food Distribution     218-679-3720

Halfway House     218-679-3387

Headstart/Ponemah     218-554-7331

Headstart/Red Lake     218-679-3396

Health Station Little Rock     218-679-3717

Health Station Redby     218-679-3391

High School     218-679-3733

Higher Education     218-679-3350

Homeless Shelter     218-679-3171

Hospital/Red Lake     218-679-3912

Housing Authority     218-679-3368

Housing Finance     218-679-3897

Human Resources     218-679-1847

Humanities Building     218-679-4199

Indian and Free Drug Abuse     218-679-3321

Indian Health Services/Red Lake     218-679-0168

Juvenile Judge     218-679-3851

Middle School     218-679-2700

New Beginnings     218-679-3350

New Beginnings Child Center   218-679-3350

Outpatient/Ponemah     218-554-7425

Outpatient/Red Lake     218-679-3995

Perpich Extended Care Center     218-679-3400

Police Department     218-679-3313

Ponemah Transportation     218-554-7347

Ponemah Dental     218-554-7333

Post Office/Ponemah     218-554-7374

Post Office/Red Lake     218-679-9329

Post Office/ Redby     218-679-2124

Pregnant Women and Families     218-679-3331

Probation     218-679-2588

Red Lake Day Care     218-679-3330

Red Lake Dental Care     218-679-0131 or 218-679-0119

Red Lake Nation College     218-679-2860

Red Lake Nation Newspaper     218-679-3561

Red Lake Transit     218-679-2395 or 1-877-239-9295

Redby Group Home     218-679-3868

Senior Apartments     218-679-3712

St. Mary’s Mission     218-679-3388

Treatment Center     218-679-2375

Tribal Council     218-679-3341

Tribal Courts     218-679-3303

Tribal Realty     218-679-1991

Truancy     218-679-2780

Veteran’s Outreach     218-936-5650

Veteran’s Service Office     218-936-5650

Vocational Rehab     218-679-3350

WIC Program     218-679-3134

Women’s Shelter     218-679-3443

Youth Recreation Program     218-679-3950

 

Chemical Dependency Outpatient Program – Rule 25 assessments, peer counseling, group therapy, copoing and survival skills, supportive services, intake, court assistance, treatment placements, advocacy and referral services, HIV/AIDS education, aftercare services.  PO Box 114, Red Lake, MN  56671     218-679-3995

 

Community Action Program (CAP) – Winter weatherization guidance and energy assistance.

15531 Main Ave, Red Lake, MN  56671     218-679-1880

 

Elderly Maintenance Program – 60+ years, enrolled Red Lake Nation member, reside in the unit to be serviced (NOT RLHA unit).  Snow plowing, grass cutting, plastic windows, replacement of needed water heater, sump pump, pressure tanks and electrical problems, minor carpentry, grab bars, window and deck repairs.

PO Box 565, 15280 Fire Station Road, Red Lake, MN  56671

 

Housing Authority Programs     218-679-3368

Rental Programs:  Low rent program and NAHASDA, ARRA Rental and Marif Rental, Federal Tax Credit

Homeownership Programs:  Mutual Help, NAHASDA and Walking Shield, Federal Tax Credit, Modernization Assistance, Beltrami County outside of the reservation Rental  Assistance and Down Payment/Closing Cost Assistance.

Housing Finance Corporation Programs:  Mortgage Program and Rental Program

 

Indian and Free Prevention/Treatment Program     218-679-3321

PO Box 100, Red Lake, MN  56671

Counseling, individual, group, peer and family.  Intake, assessments, follow-up/aftercare, adult and youth outpatient, transportation, recreational activities, cultural programs and self-help programs and tutoring.

 

Northern Winds Primary Treatment Center (Gii-Waa-Din)     218-679-3387

PO Box 114, Red Lake, MN  56671

Residential primary inpatient treatment for alcohol and drugs with counseling: group, individual, family and spiritual.  Transportation, education and employment assistance, recreational and occupational therapy.  Eligibility requirements: 16+ years, male or female.  Court ordered or self-referral or as part of a continuing treatment.

 

Oshkiimaajitahdah     218-679-3350

15525 Mendota Ave, Redby, MN  56670, PO Box 416, Redby, MN  56670

Employment services, GED/ABE Education, Career Development, Financial Skills for families, Ganawenindiwag (Cultural Program) “Taking Care of Each Other”

 

Pregnant Women and Families Program     218-679-3331

PO Box 114, Red Lake, MN  56671

Individualized Treatment Plan and Counseling, Outpatient Group Counseling, Alcohol/Chemical Dependency Education, Aftercare Planning and Referrals, Rule 25 Assessments, Case Management, Spirituality and guidance upon request.

 

Red Lake Family an d Children’s Services     218-679-2122

Highway 1, Building 68, Red Lake, MN  56671

Family and children services work for the safety and wellbeing of children, and the preservation and strengthening of families within cultural traditions.

 

Red Lake Food Distribution Program     218-679-3720

PO Box 253, Redby, MN  56670

15860 Ogema Ave, Redby, MN  56670

 

Red Lake Nation Government Center      218-679-3720

15484 Migizi Dr, Red Lake, MN  56671

 

Teen Parent Program     218-679-3350

Help with MFIP eligibility, Case Management, Educational and Career Planning, Financial Management, Home Visiting, parenting skills, supportive services for transportation and employment, childcare to attend school.

 

Transportation:

Red Lake Medical Transportation:     218-679-3327

Ponemah Medical Transportation:     218-554-7347

Elderly Transportation Services:         218-554-7347

 

Red Lake Homeless Shelter (Mishkwaa-ga-mii-wii-zaaga’iganiing Gilwishiiwigamig)     218-679-3171

15855 Main Ave, Red Lake, MN  56671

Mail: PO Box 280, Red Lake, MN  56671

 

Red Lake Women’s Shelter (Equay Wiigamig)     218-679-3443

Crisis Line:     218-679-3737 (can call collect)  or 1-800-943-8997

24  hour advocacy, crisis intervention, O.F.P.’s, safety planning, Talking Circles, Cultural Teaching Circiles.

 

The Children’s Healing Center (Abinoojiyag Noojimoo-wigamig)

PO Box 583, Red Lake, MN  56671

Provision of behavioral and cognitive skills, problem solving skills, communication skills, court order compliance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2900 Hannah Avenue Northwest, Bemidji, MN, United States
1-866-258-6345, 1-800-772-12131-866-258-6345, 1-800-772-1213
218-759-9107

2900 Hannah Ave, Bemidji, MN 56601

1-866-258-6345 dials into the Bemidji office location

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