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.
Assisting individuals with disabilities to live independently, pursue meaningful goals and have the same opportunities and choices as all people.
Access North provides five core services that all 400-plus Centers for Independent Living offer nationwide:
- Independent Living Skills Training
- Information and Referral
- Peer Mentoring/Group Support
- Transition to Community
Personal Care Attendant choice services, serving all 87 Minnesota counties. Some home health and expanded services also available.
Bemidji Office: 218-308-8680
Main Office in Hopkins: 866-935-3515
Accurate Home Care provides comprehensive home health care services to patients of all ages and care requirements. Accurate Home Care strives to be the best fit for patients who require round-the-clock, long-term care by adhering to its philosophy of partnering with health care organizations, listening to patients and their families and committing to only the most skilled, compassionate employees.
Depending on the service area our services include: Extended Hour Nursing, Skilled Nursing Visits, Therapy, HHA/PCA, Respite, Homemaking, and Mental Health Services.
We offer help with basic reading and math, and we provide support for those seeking GED’s, the Standard Adult Diploma, citizenship, English language, computer skills and more!
Adult Day Services of Bemidji offers a reliable, caring and supportive environment where Seniors of varying abilities can go for socialization, healthy meals, health observation, and recreation. Seniors and their caregivers may choose Adult Day Services as a respite option or as a place for the Senior to be while the caregiver is at work all day. Support services are available for the caregivers as they transition their family member into higher degrees of service.
Adult Day Services has handicap buses available to transport Seniors to and from their homes within a 10 mile radius of Bemidji. The buses are available for use by the public if the drivers participate in training, have appropriate licensure and insurance and are approved by ADS. Funding is provided by United Way and CADI. ADS clients are charged 50 cents per mile, billable to MA.
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.
Advanced care planning is the process of planning “in advance” for health care decisions that may be needed in the future. Someday you may be unable to make decisions about your health care, and others may need to decide what treatments to undertake or forego. Advanced care planning provides information about your care preferences to health care providers, family members, and other involved in such decisions.
A Wellstone Family Safety Program addressing supervised visitation, safe exchange, and a violence intervention program for men. Advocates for Family Peace creates awareness in our community by promoting safety, equality, and responsibility in intimate and family relationships.
Programs offered include: Advocacy, Housing, Intervention Program for Men and Fathers, Intervention Program for Women, Women’s Empowerment Group, Wellstone Family Safety Program and Community Outreach and Education.
Itasca County Office
Advocates for Family Peace
1611 NW 4th Street
Grand Rapids, MN 55744
NE St. Louis County Office
Advocates for Family Peace
2125 E 2nd Ave, Suite 44
Hibbing, MN 55746
Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union is a not-for- profit, cooperative, financial institution that is owned and operated by its members and designed to meet their financial needs. A cred union performs the same basic functions as a bank, like checking, savings and loans; but differs in that it does not operate as a for profit business.
Financial Literacy: Poor financial decisions can become larger financial problems at any stage in life. Affinity member advisors are trained to provide guidance and support through free financial and credit savings
Annual Credit Report and Review: Questions about your credit? Confused about what your credit score means? As a member, we will answer questions and help you understand what credit means for you. Members can receive one free annual credit report and review. Please note: This is not the free credit report consumers are offered through the federal government.
Ono-on-One Financial Advice and Budgeting: We’ll take the time to sit down with you and answer your questions about your finances. If you need a little assistance organizing a budget we’ll help you with that, too. And it won’t cost you anything! This is a free benefit of your membership.
Other sites located at:
1510 Bemidji Ave N., Bemidji, MN 56601 218-759-9849
1500 Birchmont Dr NE, Suite 45, (BSU Campus) 218-444-2575
Rule 25 assessments, classroom curriculum,. Red Cliff, Protecting You, Protecting Me. Family prevention with the traditional based program, Bii-zin-da-de-dah. Youth activities, also community based prevention activities.
The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope, in order to solve their common problems. We believe alcoholism is a family illness, and that changed attitudes can aid recovery.
Al-Anon is not allied with any sect, denomination, political entity, organization, or institution; does not engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any cause. There are no dues for membership. Al-Anon is self-supporting through its own voluntary contributions.
Al-Anon has but one purpose: to help families of alcoholics. We do this by practicing the Twelve Steps, by welcoming and giving comfort to families of alcoholics, and by giving understanding and encouragement to the alcoholic.
We offer uncompromising employment services and build partnerships offering temporary, temp-to-hire, professional and/or project based employee placements.
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.
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.
The American Cancer Society offers free comprehensive cancer information with day to day emotional support, and a 24 hour information phone line. Free temporary lodging in the Twin Cities or Rochester for families who must travel outside their community for care. The ACS also offers classes, access to a Cancer Network, and special products for women with cancer.
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.
Six weeks offered annually January through February. Court ordered expanded twelve week classes also available. Call to pre-register.
Committed to providing culturally sensitive care to the Native American population, both on and off the reservation. Services include: Personal Care Assistance, Homemaking Services, Home Care, RM Supervision and Respite Care.
Additional office locations:
Cass Lake: 6247 Lower Cass Lake Frontage Rd, Cass Lake, MN 56633
Deer River: 11 First Ave NE, Suite 1, Deer River, MN 56636
Mahnomen: 515 East Jefferson Ave, Mahnomen, MN 56557