Clothing and household thrift items
Operated out of the Clearwaters Life Center, – 3rd Floor
One-year group, residential, after-care program for adult men, 18 years and over, to establish a healthy lifestyle, skills necessary for employment, and develop personal goals.
Minnesota’s Personal Care Assistance program is designed to support people of all ages with disabilities to live independently in the community. Personal Care Assistants (PCAs) provide services to people who need help with activities of daily living, instrumental activities of daily living and health-related functions. PCAs also provide hands on assistance, supervision, redirection and intervention for behavior including observation and monitoring.
A PCA may assist the person with the following ADLs:
- Dressing – Application of clothing and special appliances or wraps.
- Grooming – Basic hair care, oral cares, shaving, basic nail care, applying cosmetics and deodorant, care of eyeglasses and hearing aids.
- Bathing – Basic personal hygiene and skin care.
- Eating – Completing the process of eating including application of orthotics required for eating, hand washing and transfers.
- Transfers – Assistance to transfer the person from one seating or reclining area to another.
- Mobility – Assistance with ambulation.
- Positioning – Assistance with positioning or turning a person for necessary care and comfort.
- Toileting – Helping person with bowel or bladder elimination and care. This includes transfers, mobility, positioning, feminine hygiene, use of toileting equipment or supplies, cleansing, inspection of the skin and adjusting clothing.
A PCA may assist an adult recipient with the following:
- Accompany to medical appointments
- Accompany to participate in the community
- Assist with paying bills
- Communicate by telephone and other media
- Complete household tasks integral to the PCA services
- Plan and prepare meals
- Shop for food, clothing and other essential items
Under state law, a licensed health care professional may delegate health-related procedures and tasks to a personal care assistant. Examples of health-related procedures and tasks include:
- Assistance with self-administered medications
- Interventions for seizure disorders, including monitoring and observation
- Range of motion to maintain a person’s strength and muscle functioning
A PCA service may include observation of a person who:
- Has episodes of behaviors
- Needs redirection to remain safe in his/her environment
The PCA program provides support to:
- People with disabilities of all ages
- Elderly (over 65 years)
- People with chronic health conditions
A faith-based community of people who assist individuals and families in the surrounding communities by providing a facility to house services that meet spiritual, emotional, physical and education of the people. Services include, but are not limited to: Adult Day Services for seniors, After School programming for youth, Recovery support, CD Support, Grief Support, CD and mental health counseling and coaching, Anger Management, and access to a local thrift shop.
Also, Gonvick site: 226 Elm St, Gonvick, MN 56644
Low cost, refurbished or repurposed used furniture available for sale. Donations of good, used furniture accepted. Custom refinishing is available.
Serving adults who are experiencing the challenges associated with aging or disability. Supervised, engaging setting allows participants to socialize and strengthen physical and mental abilities. Respite care for caregivers. Covered by Medical Assistance, Long term Care Insurance or Private Pay.
Court Administration 218-694-6213
Driver’s License Exams/Driving Tests 218-694-6129
Driver’s License/ATV/Birth/Death/Marriage Certificates/Notary/ID cards 218-694-6129
Bagley Police: Accident Reports and Background Checks 218-694-6150
Clearwater County Dispatch 218-694-6226
Public Transportation/Tri-Valley Heartland Express Bus 1-800-584-7020 or 218-281-5832
Rule 25 and Chemical Dependency Assessment 218-694-6512
Social Services: 218-694-6512
Includes: Adult Services, Behavioral Health, Child Protection/Intake and Assessments, Child Support, Family Health, Fraud, Home Care and Managed Care and Income Maintenance
Public Health/WIC 218-694-6581
Veteran’s Services 218-694-6618
Cornerstone is the premier assisted living, nursing & rehab and extended care community dedicated to providing top notch health care to all of our residents.
Our goal is to provide a healthy, rich and enjoyable day to day lifestyle that our residents can not only trust in but depend on. That the Cornerstone commitment to care.
Cornerstone Residence in Fosston, Bagley and Kelliher offers an Assisted Living Community offering private one and two bedroom apartments and suites with highly trained staff available 24 hours a day.
Cornerstone Nursing and Rehab in Bagley is a Medicare, Medicaid Certified skilled nursing facility provides dependable, high quality care to all of our residents.
Cornerstone Residence Extended Care in Fosston is an Assisted Living Community, providing a higher level of assisted living services.
The Garden Place is an assisted living facility in Bagley, MN. The Garden Place offers activities at their location for residents. These activities generally allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles by encouraging movement and socializing with their peers.
Being able to chat with other residents becomes an important part of many peoples’ lives and The Garden Place offers common spaces indoors to support that need. The benefit of living in an assisted living community is that making meals can be costly and time consuming process so The Garden Place provides meals for residents.
Staff is awake and available 24 hours a day so if any emergencies occur no matter the time, there will be someone ready to help. Making sure residents with diabetes monitor their insulin levels is clearly an important task and The Garden Place can help with that task. If a resident needs assistance moving from a bed to a wheelchair, this facility has staff who can help.
The Clearwater Day Activity Center focuses on each individual’s needs to develop a specialized program in the areas of Home Living, Community Integration, Employment, and Independence. With one-on-one and group-centered training, those that attend the Clearwater DAC become more independent in daily living skills, are better able to contribute and interact within their community, and build lasting relationships through outside employment and group activities.
The participants at the Clearwater DAC enjoy a variety of activities from shopping, picnics at the park, bowling, and Special Olympics to family outings and real-life jobs within the area. Each activity promotes their individuality and the DAC’s mission to see these persons succeed on a daily basis with the skills they learn to thrive in every day life.
Sanford Rehabilitation is a leading provider of acute inpatient rehabilitation throughout the region. For more than 20 years, we have provided services to help individuals attain a higher level of self-sufficiency and minimize the human and economic cost of illness and injury. We are accredited by CARF, the Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities for our Hospital Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs. In addition, we have specialty accreditations in Fargo for acquired brain injury rehabilitation and in Sioux Falls for stroke rehabilitation. Both Fargo and Sioux Falls inpatient rehabilitation programs serve adolescents and adults that have temporary, progressive or permanent illness or disability. We take a team approach and work together to help each patient achieve maximum functioning.
The Bagley Senior Center’s activities include: Meals on Wheels, Senior Dining, Consignment Craft Room, Thrift Store, Weight Watchers, (Wednesdays at 5:30) Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors, Yarn Group (1st and 3rd Tuesday from 12:45pm – 2:00pm) and the last Saturday of the month breakfast fundraiser (8:00am – 11:00am)
The Red Lake Comprehensive Health provides the management, leadership and direction needed to provide quality health services to the Red Lake people. Our main goal is to elevate the health and health care of our Red Lake Tribal members and their descendants to the highest possible level.
Emergency Medical Services
Two Ambulance Services, one in Red Lake and one in Ponemah provide prompt emergency medical care for sudden injury or acute illness and immediate transportation to a medical facility where further care can be rendered to eliminate severe complications from untreated trauma, twenty-four hours a day/seven days a week.
The Ambulance Service are licensed by the State of Minnesota as a Basic Life Support Service.
The Ambulance staff are required to be certified State Emergency Medical Technicians in order to maintain our Basic Life Support (BLS) License. The majority of our Emergency Medical Technicians are Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technicians.
The Emergency Medical Technicians provide in-services and training to tribal members that want to learn Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, First Aid and Emergency Medical Technician skills. We are licensed by the State of Minnesota as an official training program for Emergency Medical Technicians, CPR & First Aid.
Red Lake Ambulance 679-3327
Ponemah Ambulance 554-7347
or dial 911
Medical Transportation Services
Medical Transportation is provided for the people to the Red Lake Hospital, Ponemah Clinic and medical facilities off the reservation.
Patients are transported to Minneapolis, Rochester, Duluth, St. Cloud, Minnesota, Fargo, Grand Forks, North Dakota and other towns as directed by the Medical Staff. Medical transportation is provided to the Red Lake Hospital, Ponemah Clinic and to the Bemidji Hospital and Clinics on a daily basis.
Red Lake Medical Transportation 679-3327
Ponemah Medical Transportation 554-7347
Elderly Transportation Services
Noon Meals are delivered to home bound elderly and handicapped residents in Ponemah Monday through Friday.
Community Health Nursing Services
Community Health Nursing Services provides health services to meet the assessed health needs of individuals and families in our four communities. Services are provided in hospital, clinic, home, school and community settings.
Community Health Nursing Services are provided within the context of total health care, including physical, social, psychosocial, environmental developmental, parenting education, nutritional economics and functional health. Nursing is provided at three levels of prevention: The primary prevention level focuses on health promotion and prevention against diseases, the secondary prevention level focuses on early diagnosis and prompt intervention in the disease process, and the third prevention level focuses on the use of rehabilitation activities to prevent further complications and to restore as much as possible optimal functioning. Language, communications and cultural considerations that influence care are considered. Individuals, families, and communities are encouraged to be active participants in determining their needs and reaching health outcome goals.
Major services Community Health Nursing provides are Public Health Nursing Services, Home-based Patient Care Services, High Risk Adult Supervision, Maternal Child Health Services, Health Promotion/Disease Prevention. Discharge Planning and Home Health Care Services.
Red Lake Comprehensive Health Services 679-3316
Little Rock Health Station 679-3717
Redby Health Station 679-3391
Ponemah Health Station 554-7384
Ponemah Health Services
The Ponemah Health Staff provide direct quality health care to the Ponemah residents in the Ponemah Clinic & the community. The health services include Maternal and Child Care Services, Chronic Illness Care, Acute Minor and Common Illness Care, Health Education/Disease Prevention and daily clinics.
The Ponemah Nurse Practitioner and her assistant provide Women’s Health Care Clinic once a week at the Red Lake Hospital.
The Physicians provide medical services to all eligible recipients in accordance with the standards and protocols of the Red Lake Hospital.
The Emergency Room Physicians provide emergency and urgent care services 24 hours a day 365 days a year, to all eligible recipients in accordance with the standards and procedures of the Red Lake Hospital.
The Red Lake Comprehensive Health Services provides one Pharmacist and one pharmacy technician to assist with prescriptions at the Red Lake Hospital.
Physical and Occupational Therapy Services
Physical and Occupational Therapy serve a variety of disease and disabilities occurring in all ages. The Physical Therapist provides services for neurological disorders, arthritic conditions, persons with fractures, strokes, burns and numerous physiological and musculoskeletal conditions.
Hospital Support Staff Services
The Comprehensive Health Services supplementes the Indian Health Service with needed personnel in order to maintain the highest possible continuity of medical care for our people. The hospital support staff provides direct patient health care services in all clinics, inpatient, dental, behavioral health, optometry and outpatient department of the Red Lake Hospital.
Dietary Services provide nutrition and dietetic services to individual patients, families and communities through a variety of methods including meal service, counseling, education, community services, and in-service consultation in the hospital.
Nutrition services provides and promotes sound nutritional practices for individuals, families and groups in the Red Lake Hospital and Health Care Facility, Ponemah Health Center, Elderly Nutrition sites, Maternal Child Day Care Center and the Headstart Programs; preventing potential health problems; and providing clinical nutritional and diabetic services for patients with existing medical problems.
Nutritional Services integrated with medical and interdisciplinary support services in outpatient clinics, health centers, community health clinics, school clinics and Women, Infants and Children (WIC) services.
Women, Infants and Children (WIC) helps families eat well and stay healthy. The WIC program provides nutrition education, healthy foods and health services. WIC does nutrition assessments, and provides one-on-one counseling about food, nutrition, and breastfeeding to help you feed your family in a healthy way. WIC gives you vouchers to buy healthy foods. WIC helps you with referrals to other health and social services. To qualify for WIC you need to have a nutritional and/or medical need, and meet WIC income guidelines.
Red Lake WIC 679-3134
Environmental Health Services
The Sanitarian assists all communities in improving the public health. Environmental Health Services identifies and helps correct environmental conditions that are detrimental to the people’s health status. Security Services
Security services are provided for patients, staff and property at the Red Lake Hospital and Health Care Facility and the Extended Care Center. Security services work cooperatively with the local law enforcement agency for added safety.
Mental Health/Social Services
The Comprehensive Health Services provides two Independent Licensed Social Workers, Social Workers and School Wellness Counselors to assist individuals, patients, families in the schools and community promoting positive behavior, health promotion and disease prevention through direct assistance, counseling and coordination between home, school, and community and health facility.
The staff provide outreach services and function as a community resource in dealing with maladaptive behavior, and provide intervention in seeking out and eradicating conditions that caused or contributed to mental disorders.
The School Wellness Counselors provide counseling in the schools and communities.
The staff work with individuals who are having thoughts of hurting themselves, are having suicidal ideation, self-injurious behavior and behavioral emergencies.
Maternal Child Day Care Services
The Day Care staff provide services to eligible Indian children in need of a controlled quality health care environment that provides a safe place for emotional security and social development, where personal hygiene skills, proper eating habits and nutrition are taught.
The Adult Dental Program
Comprehensive Health Provides $25,000 a year to purchase dentures and partials for tribal members and their descendants at the Red Lake Hospital only.
Optometry provides comprehensive optometric services including vision assessment, eye evaluation, retinal assessment, frame adjustment and repair, eye injury treatment, eye disease treatment, and contact lens fitting.
Special Diabetes Program for Indians – SDPI
The Red Lake Diabetes Program provides excellent care and education to all patients with diabetes, prediabetes, and those at risk for diabetes. Patients are seen as outpatients, inpatients and in the community. We provide one on one diabetes education, nutrition education, physical activity information, community diabetes screenings, youth wellness summer camps, diabetic socks and testing supplies given, current information on diabetes is provided to patients and diabetes related information is submitted to the Tribal Newsletter on a quarterly basis.
Red Lake Pre-Diabetes Program
Balancing our lifestyle is a diabetes prevention program based on developing healthy eating habits and increasing physical activity for American Indian adults age 18 and over with prediabetes.
Ship Program (Statewide Health Improvement Program)
Provides healthy lifestyle services to promote physical activity, reduce obesity and deter smoking and tobacco use in our youth.
Nursing Home Services
Nursing Home Services are provided at the Jourdain/Perpich Extended Care Center which is attached to the Red Lake Hospital and Health Care Facility. We have 47 beds available to serve our elders and handicapped individuals. All residents served are federally recognized Indians or descendants of federally recognized tribes.