A program of Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota. Financial counseling is available from Duluth. LSS is not able to provide these services from it’s Bemidji office.
Budget and Debt Counseling: Trained counselors help you develop a workable budget and an action plan to address all of your debts, and provide coaching and nonjudgmental counseling on all your options for debt repayment based on your individual situation. Services are free.
Debt Management Plan: A good solution if you are being buried in late fees and high interest or even if you are on time but just making no headway in paying down your debts. On a debt management plan you pay your creditors through one payment each month to LSS, allowing a faster way to get debts paid off.
As a community based humanitarian organization, the American Red Cross MInnesota Region prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of others.
American Red Cross Northern Minnesota serves communities across Rosseau, Lake of the Woods, Beltrami, Clearwater, Mahnomen, Hubbard, Wadena, Cass, Crow Wing, Aitkin, Itasca, Koochiching, Saint Louis, Carlton, Lake and Cook counties in Minnesota, and Douglas County in western Wisconsin. Volunteers are always in demand.
American Red Cross
2524 Maple Grove Rd.
Duluth, MN 55811
Phone: (218) 722-0071
AFTER A DISASTER
After a disaster, communities and families turn to the Red Cross for help—and we stand ready to provide comfort and care—free of charge.
The Red Cross helps disaster victims by providing safe shelter, hot meals, essential relief supplies, emotional support and health services like first aid. Trained Red Cross workers often meet one-on-one with families to develop individual plans and identify available resources to help aid recovery.
Red Cross disaster relief focuses on relieving immediate disaster-caused needs so that families can get back on their feet and resume their lives as quickly as possible. The Red Cross also supports emergency workers, links family members outside the disaster area, and provides blood and blood products to disaster victims.
Emergency Communication Services
All day, every day, the Red Cross connects service members with their families back home when an emergency strikes.
The Red Cross partners with the military aid societies to help service members and their families get emergency financial assistance 24/7.
Information and Referral Services
The Red Cross provides counseling, guidance, information, referrals and other social services for all military personnel and their families.
Before, during and after deployments, the Red Cross provides training, information and support for military members and their families.
Voyageurs Area Council Contact Information
Voyageurs Area Council
3877 Stebner Road
Hermantown, MN, 55811
Go to our website to e-mail us.
Scouts do stuff. They build things. Play with purpose. Make friends and work together. Set goals and achieve them. They go places. Physically. Mentally. Spiritually. These life-changing experiences — and the confidence they provide — form a foundation a Scout can stand on to embrace opportunity and overcome obstacles in life.
Benefits of Scouting
Scouting provides experiences that help prepare youth for their future. Scouting helps youth develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills that influence their adult lives.
Scouting fosters the spirit of discovery for future innovators and leaders by investing in new and relevant programs such as STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). These programs also provide youth with a platform to learn important life skills that help them combat major societal concerns.
Scouting provides youth with programs and activities that allow them the opportunity to :
Try new things
Provide service to others
Reinforce ethical decision making
Scouting Programs and Information:
Awards and Recognition
Boy Scouting Program
Cub Scouting Program
Learning For Life Program
Order of the Arrow
Varsity Scouting Program
Community-based organizations receive national charters to use the Scouting program as a part of their own youth work. These groups, which have goals compatible with those of the BSA, include religious, educational, civic, fraternal, business, and labor organizations; governmental bodies; corporations; professional associations; and citizens’ groups
SERVING: Koochiching, Itasca, St. Louis, Carlton, Aitkin, Lake and Cook Counties
Go to the Arrowhead Transit website: http://arrowheadtransit.com/contact/
for detailed information on what services are available in each county, costs, hours, and details for each community served.
Location of offices and garage
1001 S Broadway St