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402 5th Street NE Bagley MN 56621

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.

Minnesota Farm & Rural Helpline

Free, confidential, 24/7. This call center is located in Minnesota. Calls are answered by trained staff and volunteers. If you or someone you know is struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, or suicidal thoughts — call. Sometimes it’s easier to talk to somebody you don’t know.

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6601 Bemidji Avenue North Bemidji MN 56601 or PO Box 579, Bemidji MN 56619

BI-CAP Bemidji Location:    6601 Bemidji Avenue North Bemidji MN 56601

Telephone:  218-751-4631 or 1-800-332-7161

BI-CAP Walker Location:     8245 Industrial Park Road NW Walker MN 56484

Mailing address: PO Box 995 Walker MN 56484

Telephone:  218-547-3438  or 1-800-332-7135



Supportive Housing Program:  Rental Assistance, Family Homeless Prevention, Transitional Housing, Housing Locator Program, Emergency Solutions Housing, HUD Scattered Site Housing, Long Term Homeless Rental Assistance, Permanent Supportive Housing.


Weatherization:  A variety of options that work to improve the energy efficiency and safety of existing housing.


Energy Assistance:  Financial assistance to help pay a portion of home energy and heating bills; income eligibility guidelines apply.

   Energy Crisis Program:  Financial response to a heating emergency

        Energy Related Repair:  for homeowners experiencing a life threatening no-heat emergency.


Youth Build:  An educational program for ages 16-24 who have left the traditional school system.  Providing an opportunity for youth to spend 32 hours per week in academics, leadership development, and construction training.

YouthBuild is located at 3023 Mill Street NE Bemidji MN 56601.


Head Start and Early Head Start (EHS) :  Prenatal, infant toddler, preschool and family development program providing may free services to eligible families.

BI-CAP Head Start  Locations:

Bemidji: 1601 Bemidji Avenue NW Bemidji MN 56601

Blackduck: 372 Summit Ave W, Blackduck, MN 56630

Kelliher: 345 4th St NW Kelliher, MN 56650 (co-located with Kelliher schools)

Walker: 301 4th Street  Walker MN 56484  (co-located with Walker schools)

Backus: 320 1st Avenue E. Backus, MN 56435

Pine River: 401 Murray Avenue Pine River, MN 56474  (co-located with Pine River schools)

Pillager:  323 East 2nd St South  Pillager, MN 56473  (co-located with Pillager schools)




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426 Bemidji Avenue North Suite 1 Bemidji MN 56601


People struggling with acculturation concerns.

Adjustment concerns (event-related stress, anxiety or anger onset in relation to adjusting to new family roles or losses (new caregiving roles), world or life events, employment changes and more.

Individuals who need to regain their self-confidence and self-worth; and who may benefit from setting some serious boundaries in life areas, so that they can move forward and feel happier and in control.

People who have just been stuck in their rut of feeling down for what may seem like forever. You may ask yourselves, “Was I born with this dark cloud? Because, really. Ugh!”

People who struggle with addictions that include, but are not limited to: overworking, substances, exercise and body image issues.

People who secretly struggle with OCD, social phobia, and other anxiety concerns.

People who need a counselor who can think outside the box and actively engage with them to pursue the beginning stages of change.

Diagnostic Assessments

Individual Counseling

Couples/Family Sessions

Crisis Intervention

Dual diagnosis services

Serve all patients.

Offer discounted fees to patients who qualify.

Not deny services based on a person’s: race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation, inability to pay.

We accept insurance including: MA, CHIPS, Sanford Health Plan, Aetna, PrimeWest, BluePlus and BlueCross. We do work with some EAP services on a case by case basis.

We provide unbiased information, reviewed by medical experts, so our readers can make an informed decision on the next steps in their, or a loved one’s, drug rehabilitation journey. Our goal is to help individuals and loved ones by providing them with information and support on different addictions and recovery resources available to them. We are an informational website that connects addicts and their families with the help they need to put their lives together.

722 15th St NW, Bemidji, MN, USA
24 hour crisis line: 1-800-422-004524 hour crisis line: 1-800-422-0045

The Sanford Housing Program recognizes that housing is a basic right, and that following a personal service plan will be easier when housing is established. The program focuses on giving participants the opportunity to learn skills including successfully managing a lease and how to maintain permanent housing.
Our Focus: Choice of housing, separation of housing from services, decent, safe, and affordable housing, housing integration, access to housing, flexible, voluntary, and recovery-focused services.

Possible referrals to: Individual, family or group therapy, supported employment, adult rehabilitative mental health services, peer support services, substance use disorder services, medical services, GED services, case management, and medication management.

15525 Mendota Ave, Redby, MN 56670

Services offered at Oshkiimaajitahdah:
-GED/ABE Education
-Career Development Services which includes job readiness and Driver’s Education
-Financial Skills for Families
-Ganawenindiwag (Cultural Program) “Taking Care of Each Other”
-477 Program: Scholarship Assistance, Tribal GA, and Summer Youth Work Program
-TERO Program
-Certified Nursing Assistance Classes
-Welding Courses
-Childcare Program

-Childcare Assistance under both RLN TANF and Tribal Programs
-Emergency Assistance for Families
-Supportive Services for families to gain employment
-Incentives awarded upon completion of various activities

Oshkiimaajitahdah Bemijigamaag
520 4th St NW, Bemidji, MN 56601

“Providing Conflict Solutions for all Minnesotans”

Mediation is a conversation between two or more people who disagree, facilitated by one or more trained mediators. The conversation is informal and all participants are given time to talk about their concerns. Decision-making remains with the participants. Mediation is voluntary, confidential and it works.
Mediation is an alternative to going to court. Not all cases are appropriate for mediation. But most disputes can be settled using time tested mediation techniques that allow both parties to decide the outcome that works best for them collectively and individually.

2277 Highway 36 West, Roseville, MN 55113
800-669-6442 - toll free number800-669-6442 - toll free number

Purpose: To raise awareness about stroke and brain injury and enhance the quality of life for all Minnesotans coping with it’s sudden and long term effects. We do this through advocacy and public policy, resource facilitation services – which provide personal one-on-one connection to information and resources, case management, educational and volunteer opportunities, and outreach to underserved and communities of color throughout Minnesota.

2277 Highway 36 West, Suite 200, Roseville, MN 55113
800-669-6442 (toll free number)800-669-6442 (toll free number)

To raise awareness about stroke and brain injury and enhance the quality of life for all Minnesotans coping with it’s sudden and long term effects. We do this through advocacy and public policy, resource facilitation services – which provide personal and one-on-one connection to information and resources, case management, educational and volunteer opportunities, and outreach to underserved and communities of color throughout Minnesota.

521 Minnesota Avenue Northwest, Bemidji, MN, USA

Housing Matters connects and supports clients in the following areas:

Landlord and Tenancy Supports

Community Resources

In Home Case Management

Independent Living Skills

Assistance in understanding benefits

And many other services

2300 24th St NW, Suite 110, Bemidji, MN 56601

A new health option for dermatology and skin cancer surgery

7223 Fairgrounds Road, Bemidji, MN 56601

The University of Minnesota’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-ED) team helps low income individuals and families make diet and lifestyle choices to improve their health and prevent obesity.  Classes and other learning opportunities, technical assistance and training for staff, and support for your efforts to change practices and policies to create health environments.

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541 Beltrami Ave, #2, Bemidji, MN 56601

Integrative Medicine: healing oriented medicine that considers the whole person (mind, body and spirit), including all aspects of lifestyle.  Internal medicine: specialists who apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness.  Acupuncture: an ancient healing art that is traditionally understood as enhancing and improving the flow of vital energy (Chi or Qi) through the body.

116 3rd St NW, Bemidji, MN, United States

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is an evidence based model for providing comprehensive community-based treatment to person with severe and persistent mental illness.  The Headwaters ACT Team is a multidisciplinary group organized as mobile mental health service providers.

ACT is a way of delivering a full range of services to people who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness.

Elements of ACT:

-With ACT, consumers are hospitalized less often and have more stable housing

-Team members are involved and familiar with all consumers

-The team works one on one with individual clients and families

-Cultural respect and guidance is offered by a Cultural Coordinator

With ACT, consumers get help taking care of their basic needs – taking medications, cooking and many other individual needs.  The ACT team helps consumers find housing, apply for food stamps, go back to school, or get a job.

How does ACT work?

A Team Approach:  An Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN), RN, licensed mental health professionals, mental health practitioners, an employment specialist, a peer support specialist, a cultural coordinator, and a substance abuse specialist join together on ACT teams to give consumers ongoing, individualized care.

Services Provided Where They are Needed:  Consumers receive ACT services in their homes, where they work, and in other settings in the community where problems occur or where support is needed.

Personalized Care:  ACT teams work with relatively small numbers of people, those in greatest need of intensive services to live independently in the community.

Time-Unlimited Support:  ACT teams give consumers services and support they need for as long as they need them.

Continuous Care:  ACT team members work regularly with frequency of services that can range from several contacts a day to once a week or less depending on the need of the client.

Flexible Care:  ACT teams fit their schedules around the needs of the consumers.

Comprehensive Care:  ACT teams provide an array of services to help meet consumer needs, including case management, nursing, representative payor services, vocational, medication management, alcohol and drug services and skill building.

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

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.

Red Lake Reservation, Angle Township, MN, United States

Accounting     218-679-1800

Ambulance/Ponemah     218-554-7334

Ambulance/Red Lake     218-679-3327

Anishinabe Legal Services     218-679-2281

Balancing our Lifestyle     218-679-4144

Boys and Girls Club/Ponemah     218-554-7596

Boys and Girls Club/Red Lake     218-679-2556

Chemical Health Department     218-679-3392

Child Care Assistance Program     218-679-3350

Child Support     218-679-2306

Clinic Ponemah     218-554-7333

Comp Health     218-679-3316

Conservation Department     218-679-1908

Detention Center     218-679-4284

Division of Rehab     218-679-2152

ECFE     218-679-3535

Elderly Maintenance     218-679-2202

Elderly Nutrition Program     218-679-3339

Elementary/Ponemah     218-554-7337

Elementary/Red Lake     218-679-3329

ENP/Ponemah     218-554-7492

ENP/Red Lake     218-679-3339

Enrollment Office     218-679-1842

Family and Children’s Services     218-679-2122

Fire Dept/Ponemah     218-554-7377

Fire Dept/Red Lake     218-679-3473

Fitness Center/Humanities     218-679-4199

Fitness Center/Ponemah     218-554-7503

Fitness Center/Red Lake     218-679-4228

Food Distribution     218-679-3720

Halfway House     218-679-3387

Headstart/Ponemah     218-554-7331

Headstart/Red Lake     218-679-3396

Health Station Little Rock     218-679-3717

Health Station Redby     218-679-3391

High School     218-679-3733

Higher Education     218-679-3350

Homeless Shelter     218-679-3171

Hospital/Red Lake     218-679-3912

Housing Authority     218-679-3368

Housing Finance     218-679-3897

Human Resources     218-679-1847

Humanities Building     218-679-4199

Indian and Free Drug Abuse     218-679-3321

Indian Health Services/Red Lake     218-679-0168

Juvenile Judge     218-679-3851

Middle School     218-679-2700

New Beginnings     218-679-3350

New Beginnings Child Center   218-679-3350

Outpatient/Ponemah     218-554-7425

Outpatient/Red Lake     218-679-3995

Perpich Extended Care Center     218-679-3400

Police Department     218-679-3313

Ponemah Transportation     218-554-7347

Ponemah Dental     218-554-7333

Post Office/Ponemah     218-554-7374

Post Office/Red Lake     218-679-9329

Post Office/ Redby     218-679-2124

Pregnant Women and Families     218-679-3331

Probation     218-679-2588

Red Lake Day Care     218-679-3330

Red Lake Dental Care     218-679-0131 or 218-679-0119

Red Lake Nation College     218-679-2860

Red Lake Nation Newspaper     218-679-3561

Red Lake Transit     218-679-2395 or 1-877-239-9295

Redby Group Home     218-679-3868

Senior Apartments     218-679-3712

St. Mary’s Mission     218-679-3388

Treatment Center     218-679-2375

Tribal Council     218-679-3341

Tribal Courts     218-679-3303

Tribal Realty     218-679-1991

Truancy     218-679-2780

Veteran’s Outreach     218-936-5650

Veteran’s Service Office     218-936-5650

Vocational Rehab     218-679-3350

WIC Program     218-679-3134

Women’s Shelter     218-679-3443

Youth Recreation Program     218-679-3950


Chemical Dependency Outpatient Program – Rule 25 assessments, peer counseling, group therapy, copoing and survival skills, supportive services, intake, court assistance, treatment placements, advocacy and referral services, HIV/AIDS education, aftercare services.  PO Box 114, Red Lake, MN  56671     218-679-3995


Community Action Program (CAP) – Winter weatherization guidance and energy assistance.

15531 Main Ave, Red Lake, MN  56671     218-679-1880


Elderly Maintenance Program – 60+ years, enrolled Red Lake Nation member, reside in the unit to be serviced (NOT RLHA unit).  Snow plowing, grass cutting, plastic windows, replacement of needed water heater, sump pump, pressure tanks and electrical problems, minor carpentry, grab bars, window and deck repairs.

PO Box 565, 15280 Fire Station Road, Red Lake, MN  56671


Housing Authority Programs     218-679-3368

Rental Programs:  Low rent program and NAHASDA, ARRA Rental and Marif Rental, Federal Tax Credit

Homeownership Programs:  Mutual Help, NAHASDA and Walking Shield, Federal Tax Credit, Modernization Assistance, Beltrami County outside of the reservation Rental  Assistance and Down Payment/Closing Cost Assistance.

Housing Finance Corporation Programs:  Mortgage Program and Rental Program


Indian and Free Prevention/Treatment Program     218-679-3321

PO Box 100, Red Lake, MN  56671

Counseling, individual, group, peer and family.  Intake, assessments, follow-up/aftercare, adult and youth outpatient, transportation, recreational activities, cultural programs and self-help programs and tutoring.


Northern Winds Primary Treatment Center (Gii-Waa-Din)     218-679-3387

PO Box 114, Red Lake, MN  56671

Residential primary inpatient treatment for alcohol and drugs with counseling: group, individual, family and spiritual.  Transportation, education and employment assistance, recreational and occupational therapy.  Eligibility requirements: 16+ years, male or female.  Court ordered or self-referral or as part of a continuing treatment.


Oshkiimaajitahdah     218-679-3350

15525 Mendota Ave, Redby, MN  56670, PO Box 416, Redby, MN  56670

Employment services, GED/ABE Education, Career Development, Financial Skills for families, Ganawenindiwag (Cultural Program) “Taking Care of Each Other”


Pregnant Women and Families Program     218-679-3331

PO Box 114, Red Lake, MN  56671

Individualized Treatment Plan and Counseling, Outpatient Group Counseling, Alcohol/Chemical Dependency Education, Aftercare Planning and Referrals, Rule 25 Assessments, Case Management, Spirituality and guidance upon request.


Red Lake Family an d Children’s Services     218-679-2122

Highway 1, Building 68, Red Lake, MN  56671

Family and children services work for the safety and wellbeing of children, and the preservation and strengthening of families within cultural traditions.


Red Lake Food Distribution Program     218-679-3720

PO Box 253, Redby, MN  56670

15860 Ogema Ave, Redby, MN  56670


Red Lake Nation Government Center      218-679-3720

15484 Migizi Dr, Red Lake, MN  56671


Teen Parent Program     218-679-3350

Help with MFIP eligibility, Case Management, Educational and Career Planning, Financial Management, Home Visiting, parenting skills, supportive services for transportation and employment, childcare to attend school.



Red Lake Medical Transportation:     218-679-3327

Ponemah Medical Transportation:     218-554-7347

Elderly Transportation Services:         218-554-7347


Red Lake Homeless Shelter (Mishkwaa-ga-mii-wii-zaaga’iganiing Gilwishiiwigamig)     218-679-3171

15855 Main Ave, Red Lake, MN  56671

Mail: PO Box 280, Red Lake, MN  56671


Red Lake Women’s Shelter (Equay Wiigamig)     218-679-3443

Crisis Line:     218-679-3737 (can call collect)  or 1-800-943-8997

24  hour advocacy, crisis intervention, O.F.P.’s, safety planning, Talking Circles, Cultural Teaching Circiles.


The Children’s Healing Center (Abinoojiyag Noojimoo-wigamig)

PO Box 583, Red Lake, MN  56671

Provision of behavioral and cognitive skills, problem solving skills, communication skills, court order compliance.







Leech Lake Reservation, North Cass, MN, United States



Day Labor/Temporary Employment Program     218-335-3555

DeBahJiMon Newspaper     218-335-8225

Department of Motor Vehicles     218-335-7111

Duluth Area Office     218-481-7412

Enrollment     218-335-3601

KOJB 90.1 FM “The Eagle” Radio Station     218339-KOJB

Opioid Treatment Program     218-335-4514

Tribal Assistance Program – Funerals, Medical Expenses, Emergencies   218-335-3626

Tribal Court     218-335-3682

Tribal Police     218-335-8277 or 911

Tribal Security – Cultural Activities, Sports, Educational    218-335-3703

Youth Division     218-335-4433


Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Office:

Administration     218-335-8581 or 1-888-322-7688

Home Loan     218-335-8582


Administration Legal Department:

Child Support Program     218-339-8600


Education Division:

Workforce Investment ACT/Adult and Summer Youth Programming     218-335-8391


Education Division Early Childhood Development:

Child Care Aware     218-335-8205

Child Care Services     218-335-8345

Early Head Start     218-335-8345

MN Tribal Resources for Early Childhood Care     218-335-8381

Head Start     218-335-8345

Head Start Scattered Sites:

Ball Club:     218-246-8374

Bemidji:        218-444-8480

Bena:             218-665-5312

Cass Lake:    218-335-8345

Inger:            218-659-2851

Onigum:       218-547-1420


Health Division:

Behavioral Health – Integrated behavioral health an d primary health care for women and adolescent girls who have experienced or are experiencing trauma, alcohol/drug abuse and/or violence in their lives.  Assessments, evaluations, therapy, and case management.     218-335-7211

Car Seat Program     218-335-4502

Child and Teen Checkups     218-335-8349

Dental     218-335-3230

Diabetes Fitness Center     218-335-2081

Elderly Nutrition Program – Congregate Meals, Home Delivered Meals, Caregiver Program     218-335-8314

Elderly Nutrition Program Satellite Sites: 

Ball Club     218-246-8537

Bena     218-665-5313

Cass Lake     218-335-8316

Inger     218-659-2140

Onigum     218-547-3995

Eye Clinic     218-335-3253

Manidoo Ningdoodem (Family Spirit) Program – Home visiting designed specifically for Native American Families.  Designed to increase parenting knowledge and skills     218-335-7235

Nutrition Services Program – Increase the knowledge of general nutrition across the life span     218-335-4546

Occupational Therapy     218-444-7186

Patient Benefits Program – Assistance with Mnsure, Social Security, Medicare and County Assistance Programs     218-335-4531

Tribal Community Clinics:

Ball Club Clinic     218-246-2394

Bemidji Clinic     218-444-7186

“The Nest” Clinic     218-335-8315

Onigum Clinic     218-547-0521

Inger Clinic     218-659-2764

L.L. Diabetes Clinic     218-335-4511

Bena Clinic     218-665-5303


Health Division Health Care

Community Health Representatives – Home health aid services, food distribution delivery, prescription delivery, monitoring vital signs and respite care    218-335-4507

Food Distribution Program     218-335-2676

Medical Transportation Program     218-335-4507


Health Division Nursing Program

Home Health Care – Skilled in home nursing health care for Leech Lake Reservation residents.     218-335-4500

Leech Lake Diabetes Clinic     218-335-8386

WIC     218-335-8280



Leech Lake Housing Authority     218-335-8280


Human Services

Leech Lake Behavioral Health Services     218-335-3050


Human Services A & D Program

Ahnji-Be-Mah-Diz Halfway House – Guidance, support and encouragement for alcoholic/chemically dependent men coming from a primary treatment or hospital setting.  Male, 18+ AA meetings and a sweat lodge open to the community     218-335-6880

Anishinabe Women’s Halfway House – Individual counseling, groups, cognitive behavioral therapies, service coordination, and relapse education.  Female 18+    218-335-8288

Assessment Unit – Rule 25 chemical health assessments for Native American people living within the boundaries of the Leech Lake Reservation.  Ages 11-adult.     218-335-8382

Family Violence Prevention Program     218-335-3560

Outpatient Adolescent Treatment Program     218-335-8324

Outpatient Treatment Program (Men)     218-335-8308

Recovery Maintenance Program     218-335-8302

Relapse Prevention Program     218-335-3631

Sexual Assault Reservation Response Team     218-335-3289

Truancy Prevention and Intervention     218-335-7286

Women’s Services     218-335-3560


Human Services and Child Welfare Division

Adoption Program     218-335-3622

Child Abuse Prevention Program     218-335-4448

Child Protection Program     218-335-8270

Family Preservation and Parent Support Outreach Program     218-335-4448

Foster Care Program     218-335-3622

Youth Living Skills Program     218-335-8370


Leech Lake Financial Services

Financial Services – small loans, credit builder loans, training     218-335-7206


Reservation Services

Community Services Emergency Home Repair Program – Electrical, carpentry, plumbing and health services     218-335-3711

Facilities Management     218-335-8318

Community Center Contacts:

Ball Club Center     218-246-8210

Bena Center     218-665-5305

Inger Center     218-659-2685

Kego Lake Center     218-363-0110

Mission Center     218-339-5322

Oak Point Center     218-339-5069

Onigum Center     218-547-2227

Pennington Center     218-335-8318

S. Lake Center     218-659-4738

Sugar Point Center     218-654-5274

Veteran’s Building     218-335-7034

Winnie Dam Center     218-335-8318


Recycle Center     218-335-4160

Small Vehicle Repair     218-335-8393


Tribal Assistance

Elder and Disabilities Program     218-335-3626

Energy Assistance     218-335-3783

Tribal Employment and Training Program     218-335-3626

Tribal Employment Rights and Ordinance (TERO)     218-335-8359

Veteran’s Services     218-335-3677


Tribal Court

Bamenim Anishinaabeg – A strength based, client centered, family focused model, grounded in Anishinaabeg values and culture promoting healing of the spirit, mind, and body and address the root causes of crime and delinquency.      218-335-3682


Tribal Development

Tribal Transit     218-335-7290


Leech Lake Legacy Veterinarian Services


Animal surrender.  Low cost wellness checks for pets.  Low cost spay/neuter services.  Look for calendar on website for dates and times.       866-534-2293


Leech Lake Tribal College

6945 Little Wolf Road NW, Cass Lake, MN  56633

Mail:  PO Box 180, Cass Lake, MN  56633




Maternal Child Health – We Believe in You

115 6th St NW, Cass Lake, MN  56633 (The Nest)


Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm

We are Registered Nurses that offer support to families through education, assessment, skilled nursing, referral networking and incentives.

-We Believe in You- is the foundation of our home visiting program for any pregnant woman, mother or caregiver of children up to the age of three.  Dads are encouraged to participate and are welcomed.  We encourage self development and support positive decision making skills for the strengthening of our families and their futures.

-We Believe in You- when life is going well, complicated, or the worst you feel it can be.  We are here to help you see the strength you have within.  This program supports Native American families that are IHS eligible.

218-335-4556 or 218-335-4566



256 2nd Ave, Clearbrook, MN, United States

Clothing and household thrift items


Operated out of the Clearwaters Life Center, – 3rd Floor

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