At Hubbard County Developmental Achievement Center, we believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to have a meaningful life, contribute to the community, and experience personal success. The mission of the HCDAC is to provide high quality, specialized services to persons with developmental disabilities and mental illness. These services promote personal growth, dignity and the development of work and social skills and provide opportunities for becoming part of the community.
Our Day Training and Habilitation (DT&H) services are innovative, person-centered, and flexible. We offer a wide range of services, including:
- Individual assessment
- Person-centered planning
- Transition planning from school to work
- Supported employment
- Vocational opportunities
- Life enrichment supports
- Daily living skills training
- Exercise and physical therapy
- Social/recreation activities
- Seniors program
CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Dental Clinic provides long-term, comprehensive dental care for people with state-provided insurance plans.
We Can Help You if You Have:
- State-approved insurance such as MnCare with dental coverage
- Medical Assistance
- Veteran’s Administration coverage with prior approval
- Reduced-rate dental care through WIC
- Exams, diagnostics, & treatment plans
- Restoration of diseased/decayed teeth
- Tooth removal
- Full & partial dentures
- Preventative services
Preventative services include cleanings, sealants on children’s molars, fluoride treatments, and oral hygiene instruction. When necessary our staff dentists complete surgical services on site or refer patients to the appropriate specialist.
Community Dental Clinic staff also provide outreach and education to students in area schools.
Mahube-Otwa provides services for low income and elderly persons living in Mahnomen, Hubbard, Becker, Otter Tail and Wadena counties.
Mahube-Otwa is a private, non-profit corporation governed by a volunteer board of directors representing the low income, public and private sectors of the community.
Family Development and Housing
Child Care and Relative Caregivers
Child Passenger Safety Education
Call for application assistance and Program details.
Core services included: Transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping, or other errands; light housekeeping on an occasional basis, minor handyman services, friendly visits and phone calls, ramp building, and respite care. Other services include: Geriatric Care Management, respite care, and caregiver discussion groups.
Safe, reliable transportation for the public as well as contracting with other agencies that need transportation services. We work with Veteran’s Services, Community Education, and DAC, Social Services and others. Connections to Jefferson Bus Lines and the Executive Shuttle to Minneapolis Airport.
Heartland Express Park Rapids City Bus: 218-732-3500 (City only)
Compassion, Commitment, Integrity, Responsibility
The Mission of Independent School District 309 is to work together to prepare today’s learners for tomorrow’s challenges through: sharing of ideas and acceptance of diversity, efficient use of resources, (including staff, finances, curriculum, physical plant, and technology and area wide support services), thereby providing for maximum academic and personal growth.
GroupWorks Wellness and Recovery Services in Park Rapids is an integrative mental health and wellness facility with a deliberate focus on traditional, integrative and complimentary alternative medicine (CAM) therapies. We offer the most experienced group therapy staff in the area. Our seasoned clinicians provide comprehensive care with a core value of collaborating with other helping professionals to achieve the best possible outcomes for you and your loved ones. Whether you are seeking traditional therapies or are wanting to see what CAM therapies can do to enhance your current therapy experience, our seasoned psychotherapists/mental health professional staff is committed to your personal and interpersonal growth and development.
GroupWorks has offers a discounted/sliding fee schedule to patients who qualify.
GroupWorks serves all patients regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, religion, age, sexual orientation, veteran or military status or ability to pay.
GroupWorks accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and Children’s Health Insurance Program.
A youth mentoring organization providing adult friendship and positive role models to youth in Southern Hubbard county. We also match adult volunteers with first graders to foster the joy of reading.
Heritage Community, is Hubbard County’s preferred senior living community in Park Rapids, Minnesota.
Since 1955, Heritage has been known for its high-quality care, gracious hospitality, and array of choices for older adult services. Our senior housing options and services include adult day services, apartment homes, assisted living, memory care and a care center.
Heritage is managed by Ecumen, the most innovative senior housing and services provider, empowering individuals to live richer, fuller lives. We work every day to ensure that we are creating “home” for our residents. Not a place that is “home-like,” but a community that you cherish and are truly proud to call “home.” We look forward to meeting you and telling you more about the wonderful community and experience available to you at Heritage Community.
Ecumen Lifestyle Covenant
Each person who lives in an Ecumen community has different interests and passions. Empowering each person’s individual being is essential to honoring those we serve. The Ecumen Lifestyle Covenant is a partnership between our staff and the people we serve in assisted living and memory care.
By signing this covenant, we and each of our customers make a joint pledge to take responsibility for our customer’s lifestyle choices and desires. We (the staff) pledge to support each individual’s decisions and commit to providing him or her with the resources we have available to help our person be successful and fulfilled in their home.
A place to enjoy the day away from home while having on site care services. Nutritious meals and snacks, along with therapeutic recreational and social activities. Health and personal care services are available, including medication administration, health monitoring, incontinence care, bathing and foot care.
Transportation is available within a certain radius during program hours.
ABC offers mental health services and is a Licensed Rule 31 Facility able to work with adolescents and adults with co-occuring disorders. (Mental health and chemical dependency combined) with public and private insurances. ABC also provides intensive outpatient services and intensive outpatient program groups held in the evening hours. Individual services occur during business hours.
Outreach health services including: Footcare, Immunization Clinics, WIC, and Children’s health screenings.
Akeley Regional Community Center is a not for profit thrift store and food shelf. Many new items come to the thrift store every day. Great for back to school shopping, supplying a dorm room, changing your decor and a great book room to update reading material.
The ARCC also has a meeting room, gymnasium, library, and an archery club all available for use.
Courtsystem.org: An easy to navigate directory of legal and law enforcement office contact information. Includes: US courts, jails, prisons, police departments, sheriffs, and district attorneys with easy to access contact information including addresses, hours, phone number, and services provided by each office.
LawHelpMN.org: Resources and information about hundreds of legal topics
GoSafe: Access to help both at home and on the go and includes an AutoAlert pendant that contacts Lifeline automatically when it detects a fall.
HomeSafe: A medical alert service that provides peace of mind when you are in or around your home. Available with AutoAlert fall detection technology, which is designed to sense when you fall and contact us even if you can’t or don’t push your button.
Lifeline Response App: A smart phone app with a one-touch call button, giving you a direct line to a Lifeline response associate ready to help.
Medication Dispensing Service: This pill-dispensing machine is loaded with single-dose cups of medication, and we program it to sound a reminder and dispense medication at the chosen times.
Discount Prescription Card: 1-888-884-7713 13-25% on the cost of prescription drugs at Pharmacies that accept the card.
Minnesota Drug Card: http://www.mndrugcard.com A free statewide discount prescription assistance program.
National Organization for Rare Disorders: 800-999-NORD NORD administers programs of last resort for certain prescription pharmaceuticals; call for specifics.
PFIZER helpful answers: 866-706-2400 Provides prescription help to ANYONE who does not have healthcare insurance regardless of age or income. Families earning less than $31,000 per year can qualify for free medications.
Prescription Drug Assistance Program: 573-996-3333 For a $5 fee per drug request, fully refundable if a patient doesn’t qualify, Free Medicine Foundation will wade through the paperwork and coordinate free drug distribution to eligible applicants through their personal physicians. More than 100 pharmaceutical companies have these free prescription programs.
RXconnect: 800-333-2433 Service to help people find, choose and apply for drug discount options such as: drug manufacturer patient assistance program, Medicare approved drug discount cards, transitional assistance and other cost saving options.
Bemidji 218-333-9111 or 218-333-4271
Beltrami County 218-333-9111 or 911
Blackduck Police 218-835-4802
Kelliher Substation 218-647-8210
Cass Lake Police and Sheriff’s Dept 218-335-7108
Leech Lake Tribal Police 218-335-7108
Red Lake Police 218-679-3313
Al-Anon/Alateen Hotline 1-800-872-0336
Alcoholics Anonymous 952-922-0880
Be Sober Hotline 1-800-BE-SOBER
Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-422-4453
Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233
Domestic Violence Crisis Line (this number connects with the nearest safe shelter) 1-866-223-1111
GLBT Youth Support Hotline 1-800-850-8078
Incest Hotline for Guys: M.A.L.E. 1-800-949-6523
Mental Health Crisis Line 1-800-422-0045
National Drug Abuse Hotline 1-800-622-4357
Poison Control 1-800-222-1222
Self-Injury Hotline 1-800-366-8288
Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-4673
Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255
Teen Runaway Hotline 1-800-621-4000
Crisis Text Line: “MN” to 741741
Essentia Health Centers:
Bagley Clinic, 121 Central St W, Bagley, MN 56621 218-694-6281
Baxter Essentia Health St. Joseph’s, 13060 Isle Dr, Baxter, MN 56425 218-828-2880 or 1-800-277-8262
Brainerd Essentia Health St. Joseph’s, 2024 S 6th St, Brainerd, MN 56401 218-828-2880 or 1-800-277-8262
Cross Lake Essentia Health St. Joseph’s, 35205 County Rd 3, Cross Lake, MN 56442 218-692-1010
Hackensack Clinic, 110 3rd St S., Hackensack, MN 56452 218-675-5044
Menahga, 212 Aspen Ave South, #1, Megahga, MN 218-564-4131
Oklee Essentia Health, 400 Governor St., Oklee, MN 56742 218-796-4525
Park Rapids Clinic, 705 Pleasant Ave, Park Rapids, MN 218-732-2800
Pequot Lakes Essentia Health, 4317 West Woodman St., Pequot Lakes, MN 56472 218-568-4416
Pillager Essentia St. Joseph’s, 680 Pillsbury St N., Pillager, MN 56473 218-746-4527
Pine River Essentia St. Joseph’s, 415 Barclay Ave, Pine River, MN 56474 218-587-4416
Remer Clinic, 9 Birch St NE, Remer, MN 218-5661441
Walker, 110D Michigan Ave, Walker, MN 56484 218-547-6900