Woodvale Psychological Services

403 4th Street Northwest, Suite 110, Bemidji, MN, United States
403 4th Street Northwest Bemidji Minnesota 56601 US

John Eric Graham MA, MS, LP, LMFT, LADC

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Member of Minnesota Psychological Association

Bemidji Office
Four West Building, 403 4th St. NW MN 56601
Telephone: (218) 586-4057

Baudette Office
206 Eighth Ave. SE MN 56623
Telephone: (218) 634-2642

Treatment for Depression and Anxiety: Offering Individual, Couple and Family Therapy: Developing Stress Management and Relaxation Skills: Providing Psychological Testing for Adults and Adolescents: Conducting Rule 25 & Chemical Dependency Assessments: Providing Psychological Counseling for Adults and Adolescents: Encouraging Use of Spiritual Resources in Problem Solving: Providing Practical help in Parenting Skills: Conducting State Approved Gambling Assessments (Rule 82): Offering EMDR Therapy

403 4th Street NW, Bemidji MN 56601 0 km

Residential programs, guardianship and conservatorship, support for people with disabilities, and representative payee services.

Guardianship Options : LSS Guardianship Services – Bemidji
Address: 403 4th St, #120 Bemidji, MN 56601
Telephone: (218) 736-5431

As a court-appointed guardian/conservator, LSS makes decisions to care for the personal affairs and health of vulnerable adults, and offers power-of-attorney, care coordination, personal representative services, and pooled trusts.

Senior Corps : LSS Foster Grandparent Program and Senior Companion Program– Walker Area
Address: Area coordinator is located in Walker, MN
Telephone: (218) 547-4626

Foster Grandparents provide individualized attention to nurture children and students who need additional support in residential and school settings.

Senior Companion volunteers, 60 years or older, help other frail seniors live independently by visiting, grocery shopping, providing transportation to appointments and helping with other daily tasks.
Senior Nutrition Services : LSS Senior Nutriton – Bemidji Diners Club
Address: Maidrite Café 1602 Bemidji Avenue North Bemidji, MN 56601
Telephone: (800) 488-4146


Meals for Seniors:

Nutritious, low-cost meals for seniors 60 years or older provided at Community Dining Centers, Diner Clubs, and meals delivered to home-bound seniors.

Congregate Dining Center and Home Delivery Meals on Wheels:

Bemidji Senior Center

216 3rd Street NW, Bemidji, MN 56601

Cornerstone Residence
312 Main St, Kelliher, MN  56650
Congregate Dining Centers:
Cornerstone Residence
312 Main St, Kelliher, MN  56650
West Wind Restaurant
54719 Highway 72 NE
Waskish, MN  56685


Personal Support Services:

LSS Trinity SLS/ TBI Moorhead
Address: Services located in Moorhead, MN. Moorhead, MN 56560
Telephone: (218) 284-0881
Long-term therapeutic support for individuals with brain injury including a comprehensive range of services designed to help recovery, adaptation, restoration of cognitive and motor skills, and rehabilitation.

LSS Balsam SLS
Address: Service located in Bemidji, MN 56601
Telephone: (866) 444-3743
A comprehensive range of person-centered services for adults and children with developmental disabilities, including supervised living in the community, respite care, in-home support and consumer-directed community support.

Address: Service located in Bemidji, MN 56601
Telephone: (866) 444-3743
A comprehensive range of person-centered services for adults and children with developmental disabilities, including supervised living in the community, respite care, in-home support and consumer-directed community support.

LSS Sylvan SLS
Address: Service located in Bemidji, MN 56601
Telephone: (866) 444-3743
A comprehensive range of person-centered services for adults and children with developmental disabilities, including supervised living in the community, respite care, in-home support and consumer-directed community support.

LSS Tamarack SLS
Address: Service located in Bemidji, MN 56601
Telephone: (218) 444-8356
A comprehensive range of person-centered services for adults and children with developmental disabilities, including supervised living in the community, respite care, in-home support and consumer-directed community support.

LSS Thomasa SLS
Address: Service located in Bemidji, MN 56619
Telephone: (866) 444-3743
A comprehensive range of person-centered services for adults and children with developmental disabilities, including supervised living in the community, respite care, in-home support and consumer-directed community support.


LSS Statewide Services
LSS Adoption
Telephone: (888) 205-3769
Domestic, International, Special Needs, Birth Parent and Post-adoption Services

LSS Financial Counseling Service
Telephone: (888) 577-2227
Budget Counseling, Debt Management, and Counseling that concerns Housing, Bankruptcy, Reverse Mortgage or Credit Reports. Offices in Brainerd, Duluth, Eveleth, Hopkins, Mankato, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Willmar.

LSS Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion Services
Telephone: (888) 205-3770
Senior volunteers with stipends provide tutoring services for school children or companionship and assistance for people who are elderly and frail. Services are provided in many counties. Call for additional information.

LSS Guardianship Options
Telephone: (218) 529-2240
Guardianship Options include Guardianship, Conservatorship, Power of Attorney, Care Coordination, and Personal Representative of the Estate.

LSS LifeWorks Employee Resource
Telephone: (888) 988-0098
Employee Assistance Programs, Organizational Development and Training
LSS Pregnancy and Birth Parent Services
Telephone: (888) 205-3769
Free, confidential, non-directive pregnancy counseling 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at all stages of pregnancy.

403 4th Street NW Suite 310, Bemidji MN 56601 0 km

The Headwaters Regional Development Commission (HRDC) works to ensure quality affordable housing options for low and moderate income households throughout the region.  The HRDC is a regional planning and development organization that serves local governments, development organizations, community leaders, and others in the five counties of Beltrami, Clearwater, Hubbard, Lake of the Woods, and Mahnomen in north central Minnesota. The HRDC can help these customers identify needs, develop appropriate solutions, and find the resources to carry out their plans. Most importantly we provide staff leadership to move our communities forward.
We exist to help our communities, and our Region as a whole, be successful. This is our core mission, and core value. Everything we do is focused on creating that success. Our services and activities are a function of our skills and competencies and those needs communities have as they strive to be successful.

403 4th St. NW Suite 300, Bemidji MN 56601 0 km

Bemidji Area Program for Recovery
(BAPR) is designed to help individuals experiencing difficulty in their lives due
to substance abuse and dependence.  Education for domestic violence offenders as well as anger management for adults and juveniles.

Our services address single and multiple substance abuse problems and related mental health concerns.
We are compatible with the philosophy
of 12-step programs.

Men’s group
Women’s group
Adolescent group
Co-occurring disorders group
Gambling services
Anger management
Domestic violence/ Assessments
Chemical awareness/ diversion class
DWI clinic
After care services
Steps to Freedom at the Beltrami County Jail

We offer outpatient programs and dual diagnosis services for clients with substance abuse and mental issues as well.

Substance Use Assessments/ Rule 25
We offer timely rule 25 assessments and are happy to bill most insurances please call for more information.

403 4th St NW,Suite 110, Bemidji MN 56601 0 km

Outpatient therapy

Marriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors, Counseling Services


403 4th St NW, Suite 110, Bemidji, MN 56601 0 km

Licensed marriage and family therapist.  Will see couples, families, individuals, and youth.  Specialty areas: borderline personality disorder, depression, anxiety, trauma, drug abuse, family discord, relationship discord, and personality disorders.  Most insurances accepted and sliding fee scale available.

403 4th St NW, Suite 110, Bemidji, MN 56601 0 km

Serving individuals, couples and families, adults, adolescents, and children ages 8 and up.  Specializations:  Anxiety, depression, li fe changes and transitions, loss and grief, relationship issues, communication, assertiveness skills, faith and spirituality, mood and emotion regulation, sexual abuse and other forms of trauma, self-growth and gaining increased insight about oneself.  Medical Assistance, Prime West, and Blue Cross/Blue Shield accepted as payment.  Also some employee assistance programs.

Bemidji Public Library: 509 America Ave NW, Bemidji, MN 56601 0.16 km
Bemidji: 218-751-3963Bemidji: 218-751-3963

A.C. Clark Library – Bemidji State University

1500 Birchmont Dr NE, #28, Bemidji, MN  56601

218-755-3342 / 1-800-860-0234


Bagley Public Library – Lake Agassiz Regional Library

79 Spencer Ave SW, Bagley, MN  56621


Website:  http://www.larl.org


Baudette Public Library

110 1st Ave SW, Baudette, MN  56623



Beltrami County Law Library

600 Minnesota Ave NW, Bemidji, MN  56601



Blackduck Community Library

72 1st St SE, Blackduck, MN  56630



Cass Lake Community Library

223 Cedar Ave, Cass Lake, MN  56633



Cummings Library: Oak Hills Christian College

1600 Oak Hills Rd SW, Bemidji, MN  56601



Kelliher Library and Information Center:  Old School Center

243 Clark Ave N, Kelliher, MN  56650

Hours:  Monday and Thursday 10:00am – 1:00pm and Thursday 5:00pm – 8:00pm


Margaret Welch Memorial Library

5051 State Hwy 84, Longville, MN  56655



Park Rapids Area Library

210 West Frist St., Park Rapids, MN  65470



Pine River Public Library

212 Park Ave, Pine River, MN  56474



Walker Public Library

207 4th St, Walker, MN  56484






215 4th Street NW, Bemidji MN 56601 0.18 km

Civil and legal services without charge to low income or elderly citizens.  Income and asset poverty guidelines apply.  Bemidji office serves Beltrami, Clearwater, Hubbard, Lake of the Woods, and Mahnomen Counties.

305 3rd St NW, Bemidji, MN 56601 0.19 km

Thrift store

303 Railroad St SW, Bemidji MN 56601 0.2 km

The Bemidji Area Indian Center intends to serve as a community resource hub for the American Indian families living in and around the Bemidji area.

522 America Avenue Northwest, Bemidji, MN, United States 0.2 km
(218) 444-5516(218) 444-5516
218-214-1018 Marcus218-214-1018 Marcus

A nighttime shelter for chronic homeless people struggling with chemical dependency.  Able to house 16 people during the winter months. Serving single adults 18+ years old, male or female. Open 8:00am – 8:00pm each day. Showers and laundry facilities are available on site. Clients CAN be intoxicated upon arrival.

519 Minnesota Avenue NW Bemidji MN 56601 0.2 km

Headwaters School of Music & the Arts was formed to enrich the lives of individuals by offering exceptional music and art education programs. The school provides a welcoming and positive atmosphere, which nurtures its students’ commitment to music and art.

Our mission is to demonstrate a willingness to seek music, engage the arts and build community.

Our vision is to contribute outstanding music and art education as well as comprehensive programming and performance opportunities to our broad community base. We offer quality private instruction tailored to the needs of individuals of all ages and will continue to adapt our course offerings to enhance the community and encourage new participation.

502 Minnesota Ave NW, Bemidji, MN 56601 0.21 km

Adult Enrichment                                                                                 218-333-3284

Aquatics                                                                                                   218-333-3284

Early Childhood Family Education and School Readiness           218-333-8329

School Age Care (Kids and Company)                                               218-333-3284 x2

Youth Programs (Football, Tennis, Volleyball, Curling and Basketball) 218-333-3284

407 Beltrami Avenue NW Bemidji MN 56601 0.22 km

Buy or donate gently used clothing or household items.

600 3rd St NW, Bemidji, MN, United States 0.23 km

Park Place of Bemidji is a sixty unit supportive housing development that provides safe, stable housing with services.  Forty units serve adults who have been long-term homeless and have a Substance Abuse Disorder while the other twenty units are efficiency apartments for individuals who have been long-term homeless.

216 3rd Street NW, Bemidji MN 56601 0.24 km

The Bemidji Senior Center, officially known as The Beltrami County Senior Citizen Council on Aging, is located in beautiful downtown Bemidji at 216 Third Street NW. Open Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM the building comes alive early as the Senior Creations Gift Shop opens for business and seniors come in for the various programs offered.  The Senior Center is a place where active adults can receive nutritious meals, socialization, exercise, tax assistance, a driver safety refresher course, informative lectures, creative activities, volunteer opportunities, and a sense of belonging.

LSS Nutrition Program:  Lunch every day Monday – Friday at noon.  You MUST call at least one day in advance to reserve your meal.  Call between 9:00am – 1:00pm to make a reservation.  Suggested contribution for seniors age 60+ is $4.00.  People under age 60 is $7.65.  Gift certificates and meal tickets are available at the site.  Delivery to your home is also available (Meals on Wheels).

Tax Assistance:  AARP tax preparation counselors provide assistance for seniors and low-income individuals Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9:15am – 3:15pm starting the end of January through mid-April.  Help with property tax and rent refunds are available the second Monday of each month from May – September from 9:00am – 12:00pm.  Assistance is provided on a first come, first serve basis.  This is a free service, however, donations to the center are appreciated.


525 Mississippi Ave NW, Bemidji MN 56601 0.25 km

Temporary and emergency shelter for homeless families and pregnant women.

Village of Hope promotes self worth and independence through the provision of temporary shelter and supportive services for families experiencing homelessness. We are unable to house individuals without families.

Residents are selected in accordance with the following eligibility criteria:

  1.  The family unit must be homeless as defined by HUD guidelines.
  2. The primary applicant must be at least 18 years old and either pregnant or have primary guardianship/custody of one or more dependent children ages 17 or younger.
  3. All qualified households whose income at the time of initial occupancy does not exceed 50% or greater of the statewide or area median household income as determined by HUD and adjusted for families of five or more.
  4. Extended family members residing with the family prior to application for shelter at Village of Hope will be included in the definition of the “family unit”.
  5. The applicant must not be currently abusing alcohol or drugs.
  6. The applicant must be stable on psychiatric medications and prescribed medications for medical conditions and be willing to take them as prescribed.
  7. The applicant’s criminal history will be reviewed on an individual basis. Certain offenses may result in denial of admission. These may include sexual offenses requiring the tenant to register with local officials, violent crimes against persons or property, assault, arson or destruction of property.
  8. The applicant must not pose a risk of serious harm to self or others.
  9. The applicant must express a definite and informed desire to enter the emergency shelter program, including actively participating in a housing search and case management program.
  10. The applicant must be willing to accept group living including:
    ~A tolerance and respect for other shelter residents and staff,
    ~A willingness to adhere to shelter rules,
    ~A willingness to fully participate in maintaining the shelter and    sharing cleaning and maintenance duties.
  11. If applicant is eligible for Group Residential Housing (GRH), the applicant must be willing to assist VILLAGE OF HOPE in verifying the requirements including documentation of:
    ~Disability and/or chemical dependency,
    ~Income and/or asset verification confirming applicant fits the requirements of the program.

Intake Procedures
Clients or referents call the central intake number (218-751-0722). General questions are answered regarding eligibility, homelessness, and anticipated openings. Referents that are not able to be accommodated immediately are placed on an optional waiting list while every attempt is made to assist the referent in identifying an alternative shelter plan.

Upon vacancy of a family unit the waiting list is reviewed and families with the highest level of need are invited to participate in the application process. This process includes the opportunity to:
1. View the facility
2. Review the terms of the agreement to participate in a housing search and case management
3. Review the resident rules
4. Sign releases of information to verify homelessness
5. Sign releases of information to verify income
Homelessness is determined by utilizing a checklist for eligibility and receiving the verification by a third party in writing, on the Minnesota Housing ”Housing Status Verification/Referral Form” whenever possible. In cases where no written independent verification is possible from a shelter, a case manager or other 3rd party, clients must complete and sign the Minnesota Housing “Housing Status Self-Certification Form” .
Once homelessness is verified, in writing, on the forms provided by Village of Hope, and exclusionary criteria are determined not applicable, applicants are forwarded to the Executive Director for review.

If an applicant is approved, they are accepted and will be allowed to move into Village of Hope. Once a room is available, the homeless advocates will coordinate a move-in date and time with the applicant.

522 Minnesota Ave, Bemidji MN 56601 0.25 km

The Bemidji Area Office (BAO) provides service and support to 34 Federally-recognized Tribes and 4 Urban Indian Health programs located in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Tribal Health services are provided through 11 P.L. 93-638 Title V compacts and 23 Title I contracts. Urban Indian Health programs are located in Chicago, IL; Detroit, MI; Milwaukee, WI; and Minneapolis, MN. Tribes in the Bemidji Area include Ojibwe (Chippewa), Ho-Chunk, Menominee, Mohican, Oneida, Odawa, Potawatomi, and Sioux.

The BAO operates 3 Federal/direct service programs on behalf of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians and the White Earth Band of Chippewa Indians of Minnesota. These Federal/direct service programs, Cass Lake Hospital, Red Lake Hospital, and White Earth Health Center, are staffed by approximately 500 federal civil service employees and Public Health Service (PHS) Commissioned Officers. These federal employees are comprised of physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, laboratory technicians, radiology technicians, behavioral health practitioners, dentists, dental assistants, dental hygienists, optometrists, optical technicians, dietitians, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, physical therapists, engineers, sanitarians, equipment technicians, health information managers, administrators, acquisition, supply, finance, information technology and clerical staff. In addition, there are numerous specialty clinics provided in our Federal/direct service programs by local private health care specialists.

Tribal and Urban programs directly employ a multitude of health care providers and allied staff such as, mental health, substance abuse counselors, and community health nurses and representatives. Services not available through Tribal or BAO Federal/direct service programs may be delivered through Contract Health Services (CHS).

619 America Ave NW, Bemidji, MN 56601 0.26 km

Low Rent Public Housing:

Bemidji: Northland Apartments and scattered site  housing.

Bagley: Parkview Apartments

Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher:

Rental assistance subsidy for very low and extremely low inome:
Beltrami, Clearwater and Mahnomen counties.


Subsidy program by referral from the Mental Health Initiative


For supervised parolees’ by referral from the Department of Corrections

Project-Based Vouchers:

Coming to Park Place for people who are homeless and have mental health disabilities.


408 Beltrami Ave N., Suite 4, Bemidji, MN 56601 0.26 km

Serve as a wellness provider offering free long term peer support to help individuals and families manage the chronic disease of addiction.

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