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The Northwoods Queer Outreach is an initiative that aims to increase queer and transgender representation, support and acceptance across campus and within the Bemidji community.

We provide training and resources for organizational staff, educators, and healthcare providers to better serve queer and transgender customers, students, patients and clients. Our workshops can range from 2SLGBTQ+ 101 material to information and activities tailored to the needs of your organization.

Hackensack, MN, USA

HACKENSACK, MN | MAIN OFFICE
112 State 371 South
PO BOX 471
Phone | 218.675.5101
Fax | 651.925.0226

 

CROSS LAKE, MN
34076 County Road 3 (Pine Ridge Plaza)
Phone | 218.675.5101

 

REMER, MN
9 Birch Street North
Phone | 218.566.5101

 

WADENA, MN
23 Dayton Avenue S.E.
Phone | 218.632.2220

 

Our mission at Birch Lake Counseling is to provide hope and healing by striving to strengthen and help you to obtain a more satisfying quality of life. You can expect our counseling services to be provided with respect and sensitivity to the “whole” person including the emotional, physical, spiritual and cultural aspects. Because every situation is unique, we work with you to create a plan for change, growth and development. Additionally, we can assist you in identifying other professional and community resources to help you to reach your goals.

Services Provided:
  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Child and Adolescent Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Childrens Theraputic Support Services
  • Play Therapy
  • Trauma Therapy
Minnesota, USA

Safe at Home is a statewide address confidentiality program administered by the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State. It is governed by Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 5B and Minnesota Rules Chapter 8290.

Safe at Home is designed to help people who fear for their safety maintain a  confidential address. Many times program participants are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.

When someone enrolls in Safe at Home, they are assigned a PO Box address that they can use as their legal address. In Minnesota, all public and private entities must accept a participant’s assigned address and a participant cannot be required to disclose their real address. This allows a program participant to go about his or her daily life without leaving traces of where they can typically be located, such as their residential address, a school address, or an employment address. This safety measure is an attempt to keep their aggressor from locating them.

Because program participants use a PO Box address assigned to them, Safe at Home provides a mail forwarding service. First Class Mail is forwarded to a participant’s home address. The participant’s real address remains under security with the Safe at Home office. In addition to being the participant’s agent to receive mail, the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State is a participant’s agent to receive service of process (legal papers).

 

SAFE AT HOME PHONE NUMBERS:
Minnesota’s address confidentiality program Metro Area: 651-201-1399
Greater MN: 1-866-723-3035
MN Relay Service: 711

Phone Hours: 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Email: Contact Us

SAFE AT HOME MAILING ADDRESS:
PO Box 17370
Saint Paul, MN 55117-0370

4851 Stacy Ann Drive Northwest, Bemidji, MN, USA

INPATIENT CONTACT INFO

4851 Stacy Ann Drive NW
Bemidji, MN 56601
218-308-8600 phone
218-308-6438 fax

 

OUTPATIENT CONTACT INFO

408 Beltrami Ave Suite 101
Bemidji, MN 56601
218-308-7045 phone
218-308-6439 fax

 

At Northern Minnesota Addiction Wellness Center, we follow a comprehensive bio/psycho/social/spiritual model for inpatient substance use disorder treatment. More than just a 12-step program, we offer a complete range of support services to aid long-term addiction recovery:

  • Inpatient treatment with outpatient services for continuum of care

  • Individualized case management

  • Access to medication-assisted treatment

  • Medical services for addiction-related healthcare

  • Proven scientific evidenced-based curriculum

  • Peer support

  • Wellness and nutrition services

  • Fitness center

We can also connect you with additional support services from local providers:

  • Massage

  • Acupuncture

  • Yoga

  • Equine therapy

722 15th Street Northwest, Bemidji, Minnesota 56601, USA
(218) 751-3280(218) 751-3280

Services Provided

  • Substance abuse treatment services
  • Mental health services

Types Of Addiction Treatment Care Provided

  • Outpatient counseling treatment
  • Holistic rehabilitation treatment, alternative treatment

Payment And Payment Assistance

  • Self payment (cash, credit card, check, money order)
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • State financed insurance (other than Medicaid)
  • Private health insurance (May include: Cigna, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Humana Health, Amerihealth, Beech Street, Claremont Behavioral, Compcare, Compsynch, Federal Blue Cross, Healthsmart, Health One, Integrated Behavioral)
  • Military Insurance (e.g. VA, TRICARE)
  • Income-based sliding fee scale (Fee is based on income and other factors)
403 4th Street Northwest, Bemidji, MN, USA

Requirements indicate that files must be held onto for 10 years (from 11/18). Requests for client records along with a signed release form can be sent to this address:

Northern Psychological Services

403 4th St NW Suite #110

Bemidji, MN 56601

WHAT WE DO
Family Safety Network (FSN) is a non-profit organization providing advocacy, support, and referral services to domestic violence victims and their families since 1993. Family Safety Network was founded by a group of concerned citizens who saw a need for this service in the community. We have been actively working with victim and survivors of domestic violence since then.

Family Safety Network provides services for victims of domestic violence and their families in Hubbard, Cass and Clearwater Counties.  Our services are person centered and client driven. We use trauma informed practices to provide services which include: one on one advocacy, violence and crisis intervention, safety planning, support groups, financial empowerment education, legal clinics and legal advocacy, court accompaniment, and assistance for housing stability. In addition, we offer one on one and group training by a certified Trauma Informed Practitioner. Family Safety Network can be reached through our crisis line 24 hours a day at 800-324-8151.

Family Safety Network Equity Commitment

We believe it is our duty to lead the fight against domestic violence in making the changes we want to see in society so that all members of our communities can feel safe, secure, and valued.  In doing so, our charge is to:

  1. Lead, with compassion, for social justice

  2. Stand in the gap to support all those who are affected by inequity.

  3. Create space at the table for all victims/survivors to contribute.

  4. Support economic growth in diversity.

  5. Build a society that is committed to engaging the voices and respecting the humanity of all people.

We celebrate diversity and its power to improve any endeavor and the values that guide our work are:

  • Compassion

  • Inclusion

  • Trust

  • Love

  • Engaging all voices

  • Respect for human dignity

Our work to advance equity is guided by the following principles:

  1. Equity is a basic human right; everyone benefits from equity.

  2. Action is a proactive strategy and response to hate; we are willing to challenge injustice and untruths at play in society today.

  3. The system we operate in contributes to inequity; we strive to understand the role our system plays in perpetuating oppression and to address the dynamics that support it.

  4. We value and engage all voices in this conversation.  We are especially committed to incorporating and elevating the voice of lived experience with domestic violence.

We will work in multiple ways to make progress towards our vision of an equitable system and society.  Our core strategies include:

  1. Applying relevant theories of development to our work, pulling from all fields of practice within our network.

  2. Acting as a leader and a voice for courageous action, taking stance on issues and events of the day within the framework of our core values and vision for the future.

  3. Educating individuals and organizations that are working to expand and accelerate practices around diversity, equity, and inclusion.

  4. Actively investing in the success and sustainability of our commitment including working with funders and partner who share our values and vision for the future.

  5. Creating spaces for brave conversations by:

    1. Keeping equity as a central consideration in everything our network does.

    2. Working to ensure that all who engage with the network are also engaging in the core challenge of advancing equity for our communities.

Working collectively as a network to multiply our impact and achieve more than a single individual or organization can achieve alone.

Family Safety Network (FSN) is a non-profit organization providing advocacy, support, and referral services to domestic violence victims and their families since 1993. Family Safety Network was founded by a group of concerned citizens who saw a need for this service in the community. We have been actively working with victim and survivors of domestic violence since then.

Family Safety Network provides services for victims of domestic violence and their families in Hubbard, Cass and Clearwater Counties.  Our services are person centered and client driven. We use trauma informed practices to provide services which include: one on one advocacy, violence and crisis intervention, safety planning, support groups, financial empowerment education, legal clinics and legal advocacy, court accompaniment, and assistance for housing stability. In addition, we offer one on one and group training by a certified Trauma Informed Practitioner. Family Safety Network can be reached through our crisis line 24 hours a day at 800-324-8151.

What We Do

In the last four years our numbers have increased, and our program has responded by adding programs and education opportunities for those we serve. Currently Family Safety Network offers:

  • Financial Empowerment Education

  • Peer Support Group

  • Legal Clinics and Legal Kiosks

  • Mental Health Services through Wellness Matters

  • Certified Trauma Informed Practitioners and Care

  • Certified Trauma Informed Training

  • Hotel/Motel Shelter Voucher System

  • Rapid Re-housing through our partnership with BiCAP

  • Person Centered Advocacy Plan with Case Management

On any given day in the state of Minnesota, 1,975 adults and children are victims of domestic violence and 47.7% of those happen in rural Minnesota. Over the past 12 months we have provided 13,133 services to clients throughout our area townships. We have assisted 703 families: including 60 homeless clients and 151 clients needing emergency shelter. We provided emergency financial assistance to 516 victims and their children.

Last year we shared that our most pressing emerging need would be shelter. Today, we are happy to share that we were able to create a program using the Hotel/Motel Voucher Shelter System. There are no Domestic Violence Shelters in our service area; this program allows us to provide emergency shelter at the time of crisis and our programs allow us to create a person-centered advocacy plan to move families to housing stability and break the cycle of abuse. 

1260 Exchange Ave SE, Bemidji, MN, USA

Sponsored by Horizon Health RSVP

A free exercise program that incorporates strength training, balance, stretching, and fun into one hour, twice-weekly sessions. Classes held at 6 locations in Beltrami County.

305 3rd Street Northwest, Bemidji, MN, USA
218-766-6804218-766-6804
Bemidji, MN, USA
218-755-3766218-755-3766

Free Food Pantry Available for BSU and NTC Students

Located in 1st Floor Sustainability Office in Hobson Memorial Union

1401 Paul Bunyan Drive Northwest, Bemidji, MN, USA
218-444-9275218-444-9275
155 1st Ave NE, Laporte, MN, USA
218-308-0889218-308-0889

The Door Coffeehouse and Temporary Emergency Shelter provides shelter for people needing a place to stay as they seek other resources such a s housing, jobs, or treatment. We also provide clothing and household items to those in need.

6 Broadway St E, Akeley, MN, USA

LOCATED NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE

THE SHELF PROVIDES FOOD ITEMS TO ELIGIBLE
SINGLES, FAMILIES, AND SENIORS.

FINANCIAL DONATIONS-PAYABLE TO:
AKELEY/NEVIS COMMUNITY FOOD SHELF
P O BOX 25
AKELEY, MN 56433

FOOD DONATIONS MAY BE DELIVERED TO THE SHELF
DURING BUSINESS HOURS.

2300 24th Street Northwest Suite 106, Bemidji, MN, USA
218-444-0732218-444-0732
218-444-5609

Detroit Lakes:

803 Roosevelt Ave Detroit Lakes, MN 56502

P.O. Box 1108 Detroit Lakes, MN

218-846-7400 /Fax: 218-846-7404

 

Serving surrounding counties, excluding Beltrami County, with employment search and training.

220 West Washington Avenue, Fergus Falls, MN, USA

Our mission to change the course of children’s lives by stabilizing families and strengthening mental health is woven into everything we do. Our goal is to help youth and families achieve and maintain safety, permanency, and well-being. We provide a continuum of services to help youth and families recover, rehabilitate, and reintegrate to live happier, healthier lives.

Nexus-Kindred Family Healing provides:

Foster Care: for youth with unique needs, ages birth through 21, who can benefit from support with a family setting. Individualized support plans for youth. Careful assessment of youths’ needs to match with a qualified foster home. Assessment of youth’s needs and strengths using the CANS assessment tool- Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths. Special care for youth with complex medical conditions that might otherwise require hospitalization or institutional care. Support services to youth ages 14 and older who are transitioning to independent living.

Adoption Services: Nexus-Kindred Family Healing is designated by the Minnesota Department of Human Services to license adoptive homes and place youth who are under state or tribal guardianship for the purpose of adoption. Services provided free of charge include: Adoption Training and Education, Adoption Home Studies and Updates, Relative Adoption Services, Child-specific Recruitment, Child Placement Services, and Post-Adoption Services.

 

256 2nd Ave, Clearbrook, MN, USA

Gonvick: 226 Elm Street Gonvick, MN 56644

218-776-2789

P.O. Box 155 Clearbrook, MN 56634

Clear Waters Life Center (CWLC) is a multi-faceted 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with two locations in Northern Minnesota. We provide a variety of free and low cost services through four programs and five businesses. Our nonprofit businesses provide vocational training for our MSH residents volunteer opportunities and quality, affordable, and used merchandise to our customers.

Our community based programs focuses on helping youth, seniors, and addiction recovering men by building lives, growing relationships, and imparting hope.

Mustard Seed Homes (MSH) is a recovery and aftercare residential program for adult men providing support groups, vocational and life skills training, and steps to developing a healthy spiritual and physical life. As an outreach ministry of Clear Waters Life Center, MSH is a faith-based, 12-month, residential men’s program that provides training in a safe environment, to maintain sobriety, stabilize mental health, and transition to independence. We focus on development in two areas: life skills and vocational/occupational training. Life skills include budgeting, planning and preparing nutritious meals, time management, and personal health through exercise. Vocational and occupational training included 2-5 hours of adult education weekly, experience in building construction, using a commercial kitchen, furniture repair, janitorial services, helping in a greenhouse and garden center, and retail.

MSH is funded in part with housing support and supportive services from the department of human services. Applicants who meet DHS requirements can complete this program with no personal costs.

mustardseedhomes.org

Youth Connection is an afterschool youth program that provides a safe place for play, mentoring, leadership training, and family and community connections. We focus on three things: creativity, being active, and teaching and embodying our core values of honor, respect, teamwork, relationships, encouragement, faith, and safety. We offer programing for 3rd – 5th graders and 6th – 12th graders.

Senior Services include transportation services, homemaking and chore services for clearwater county residents who are 60+ years old.

Transportation Services: if you need a ride to an appointment, community event, or shopping, we can take you there. Plan ahead to schedule your ride as 24 hours advance notice is required. 218-888-2320

Homemaking (Free Service, donations accepted)

  • General Housework
  • Laundry
  • Sorting/organizing
  • Shopping
  • Answering or making phone calls

Chore Services (Free Service, donations accepted)

  • Winterization projects
  • Small outdoor repairs
  • Furniture/ appliance removal- landfill run
  • Snow removal and/or spring yard clean-up and maintenance

Community Opportunity are designed to educate, provide space for fun, and connect the community through art classes, pickleball, community dinners, adult basic education, counseling, and recovery and support groups.

During the summer we host Friday night out dinner events featuring different ethnic or regional foods. Free will offerings go to CWLC building maintenance.

We have two art studios in our Gonvick facility: pottery and mosaic. All ages are welcome and all supplies are provided. Cost is $5 a day, memberships available, varies classes are held throughout the year ranging from painting to welding.

CWLC hosts Celebrate Recovery meetings throughout the year. Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered 12-step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain, or addiction of any kind. It is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling your life.

CWLC offers counseling services in a variety of areas for all ages. Appointments required, call ahead to schedule.

Adult basic education is offered Tuesdays 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. and Wednesday 12:30 p.m. – 3 p.m. at our Clearbrook location. We believe that education never goes out of style. Our offering are designed to meet you where you are. This is a free service, call ahead to set up your individualized training.

Shop at the Top is our volunteer operated thrift store in Clearbrook where we sell clothing for the whole family as well as home goods, games, pet supplies, books, small appliances, and knick-knacks. The proceeds from Shop at the Top goes to maintaining our buildings. We are always interested in volunteers, you can call our office or stop in to get more information. We take donations during business hours. Located on the 3rd Floor of Clearbrook site. Hours are Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Restore It! is our used furniture shop in Clearbrook, as well as, custom furniture crafting and restoration business. Our MSH residents learn life and vocational skills by creating custom furniture pieces and restoring furniture. We take donations during business hours. Located on the 3rd Floor of Clearbrook site. Hours are Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Grow It! our greenhouse and garden center in Gonvick. We grow many varieties of flowers and vegetables starting mid-May to early July. If you need help putting planters together, we also provide commission planting services.

Fitness in Clearbrook is a weight room and gym. Membership fees are low and help us maintain the equipment.

Clearbrook Hours: Monday – Thursday 6:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. Friday 6:30 a.m. – 5;30 p.m. & Saturday 8 a.m. -12 p.m.

Space Rentals are available in both Gonvick and Clearbrook for small to large parties, classes, meals, meetings, or gatherings.

Bemidji, MN, USA

Education about democracy and making it work. Encourages informed voting. Non-partisan. Go to website to message the local chapter.

Hubbard County, MN, USA

Court Administration 218-732-2336

District Court/ Orders for Protection    (Out of State) 1-800-657-3611/ (Metro) 651-281-3219/ (Local) 218-732-5286

Driver’s License Exams/Driving Tests 218-732-3426

Extension/4-H 218-732-3391

Law Enforcement:

County Police: 218-732-3331

Sheriff 218-732-3331

Probation 218-360-1506

Public Transportation/ Heartland Express Bus (Countywide) 218-732-9328/ (City Bus) 218-732-3500

Rule 25 and Chemical Dependency Assessment 218-732-1451

Social Services:     218-732-1451

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 

Veteran’s Services 218-732-3561

716 Paul Bunyan Drive Northwest, Bemidji, MN, USA

Information about Autism can be found here!

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