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The colleges and universities of Minnesota State are here to support students through every step of their educational journey. Our students are people first, and their lives are complex. Students face challenges that make progress towards their academic goals difficult, including mental health, grief and loss, housing and food insecurity, as well as challenges related to child and family care, transportation, and access to technology. Our students overcome many challenges and obstacles to achieve personal and academic success, and Minnesota State is committed to help them navigate their lives and their commitments to learning.

Students who access basic needs support and resources are more likely to experience academic success and persist to graduation.

Minnesota State has partnered with United Way 211 to establish a statewide basic needs resource hub. The basic needs resource hub provides Minnesota State students access to basic needs resources and support available on their campus and in their community via phone, text, or chat 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

United Way 211 provides free and confidential health and human services information. They are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to connect you with the resources and information you need. If you’re looking for information about services available in your community for you or a loved one, they can help.

Text MNHELP to 898-211(TXT211) or call 211 (toll free at 1-800-543-7709) to speak with one of their highly trained information and referral specialists. Your call is completely confidential, and they have call menus in English, Spanish, and Hmong. Interpreters are also available for any language.

Visit the 211 website to learn more or to explore resources and support that may be available.

190 Sail Star Drive NW Cass Lake, MN 56633
218-335-8200218-335-8200
218-335-8309

Check out website for a list of services which include:  Behavioral Health,  Child Welfare Programs, Addiction and Dependencies Programs, Housing Programs, Residential Services, Foster Care, Child Abuse Prevention Programs, Family Preservation Program, Parent Support Services, Elder Services, and many others.

 

St. Paul MN 55108

An Ombudsman is an independent government official responsible for reviewing government and government regulated agencies in an effort to ensure that their practices are fair, reasonable and appropriate. To do this, the ombudsman: Receives complaints, reviews, investigates and if appropriate, makes recommendations to remedy the complaints.

PO Box 304, 320 Eagle Ave NE, Remer, MN 56672

Our Mission: Providing education, mentoring and support services that build strong individuals and families in the Northland Community School District.

Core Values:

  1. Education is an important key to building self-sufficient individuals and strong families.
  2. Every person has value. We operate out of consideration for each individual’s dignity.
  3. Strong families build strong communities.
  4. Healthy families and community systems are essential to supporting sustainable change in individuals.
  5. We strive for communities in which people are interdependent.
  6. We collaborate with other organizations that support our mission.

The Northland Area Family Services Center was created as a unique way to give rural access to county and educational services, and to meet community needs through innovative programming. Incorporated in 1996 as a 501C3, we serve the Northland Community School District and parts of Leech Lake Reservation. This is a population of 4,474 people (5.26 persons per square mile). In our service area 20% of households make less than $20,000 and 11.9% or 536 people in our community live below the poverty line.

 

White Earth, MN, USA

Vocational Rehab:

2515 Workforce Road, PO Box 7, Naytahwaush, MN 56566
Phone: (218) 935 5554, ext 3204

Fax: (218) 936 3213

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8am – 4:30pm

 

Workforce:

Maadaadizi Workforce Center
3081 Workforce Rd, PO Box 69, Naytahwaush, MN 56566

(218) 936 2444

Fax: 218-935-0480

Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

Direct Employment Assistance Program: 

Maadaadizi Workforce Center
3081 Workforce Rd, PO Box 69, Naytahwaush, MN 56566

(218) 936 2444

Phone: 218-936-2444

Fax: 218-935-0480

Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

MFIP / DWP Employment Services:

Maadaadizi Workforce Center
3081 Workforce Rd, PO Box 69, Naytahwaush, MN 56566
Phone: 218-936-2444
Fax: 218-935-0480
Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

TERO – Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance:

Maadaadizi Workforce Center/TERO
3081 Workforce Rd, PO Box 69, Naytahwaush, MN 56566

(218) 936 2444

Fax: 218-935-0480

Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 

White Earth Financial Services:

P.O. Box 100, Naytahwaush, MN 56566

Phone number: (218) 935 2359

Toll free: (844) 282 6580

Locations: 
36500 County HWY 21 N, White Earth, MN 56591
Fax: (218) 983 4294
 
2531 310th Avenue, Naytahwaush, MN 56566
Fax: (218) 936 3104
 
107 Central Street, Bagley, MN 56621
Fax: (218) 694 6507
 
801 Roosevelt Avenue, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501
Fax: (218) 844 5811
 
Food Distribution: 
WE Food Distribution: 8 – 4:30, Monday-Friday
WE Food Distribution/SNAP education: 8 – 4:30, Monday-Friday
Home Deliveries scheduled every Friday to various locations on & near WE Reservation boundaries.
 
Constituents Office
Naytahwaush Sports Complex P.O. Box 70
Naytahwaush, MN 56566
Office Hours Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm
 
Cass Lake Liaison Office
217 2nd St NE, Cass Lake MN 56633
Contact: 218-335-0035
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm
 
White Earth Urban Office
1730 Clifton Place
Suite 100 Minneapolis, MN 55403
Contact: 612-813-1590 ext. 6650
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm
 
White Earth Homeless Program
2515 Workforce Road
Mahnomen, MN 56557
218-935-5554
Office Hours: 8:00am – 4:30pm
 
Energy Assistance Program
3303 US Hwy. 59
Waubun, MN 56589
Contact: 218-473-2711
Office Hours: 8:00am – 4:30pm
 
Weatherization
3303 US Hwy. 59
Wuabun, MN 56589
218-473-4663
Office Hours: 8:00am – 4:30pm
 
Child Support:
White Earth Nation Child Support Payment Center
Box 387
White Earth, MN 56591
 
 
15525 Mendota Ave, Redby, MN 56670, USA

The Red Lake CAP/Weatherization Program provides assistance and information to band members with regard to the winter weatherization of their homes, as well as applications for energy assistance.

Energy assistance applications are mailed by the Minnesota Department of Commerce in the fall of the year, or can be obtained through the CAP office.

Generally, three months of income verification from the date the application is signed, along with receipts for the last fuel fill and current electrical bill are required documentation.

To qualify for weatherization, an individual must be eligible for energy assistance. CAP maintains a priority list for weatherization, which includes the following criteria:

  1. High consumption
  2. Elderly
  3. Handicapped
  4. Families with children

Prior to weatherization, a home is audited to determine the amount of heat loss. The testing includes the following:

  1. Blower door testing to measure the amount of air leakage
  2. Thermal combustion testing to measure the safety and efficiency in the combustion heating system
  3. Infrared testing of air leaks
  4. Physical exam of doors and windows

Following the initial examination of the home, the materials are acquired and the actual work is completed. A final audit is conducted to determine the amount of air leakage still present.

CAP have provided weatherization to several dozen homes over the past years. Presently, CAP subcontracts with Red Lake Housing Authority to provide weatherization of homes.

Members may also qualify for furnace repair or replacement through the Energy Related Repair program. The same income eligibility process is used for the Energy Assistance Program is in place to determine eligibility for the ERR program.

You may qualify for this program if you meet the following qualifications:

  • Currently eligible for EAP assistance, and
  • A homeowner and occupy the home in question, and
  • Have a potentially life threatening situation, no heat, or a malfunctioning system.

Assistance is available for the primary heat source only.

Please stop in our office or call for complete details.

Also, stop in the office or call to determine whether you might qualify for energy assistance/weatherization assistance.

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.

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.

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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

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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

722 15th Street Northwest, Bemidji, MN, USA
218-444-8124218-444-8124

722 15th Street NW Bemidji MN 56601

218-444-8124

Hours: 8 AM-8 PM

Mail can be picked up on-site for those without a physical mailing address.

Bemidji MN 56601

Are you feeling bullied in a relationship? Concerned about someone who is being verbally or physically abused? Confidential, nonjudgmental advocacy services. No Charge.

Now providing mental health counseling; call for an appointment

To make therapy affordable, we use a sliding-fee scale.

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716 Paul Bunyan Dr NW, Bemidji, MN, United States (Headquarters)
218-333-0880218-333-0880
218-333-6844

Community Resource Connections:

Our goal is to help you gain access to the services that will allow you to participate in preventative health care.  Staying healthy is easier, and far less expensive, that getting well.

We are established nonprofit service providers and caregivers in your community.  We are NOT county, state or federal employees, nor do we work for health management systems like Prime West Health.  We are reimbursed through contracts and grants that enable us to serve you without charging for that service.

We are trained and certified by MNsure to assist with online application for health insurance in Minnesota.  The online application is faster and more reliable than  paper applications submitted to the county system.

We work cooperatively with your County and State Human Service Departments, Minnesota Care, and MNsure.  We serve as your advocate and guide.  We also work with area MNsure Brokers who can help you choose the best Qualified Health Plan; if that is what you qualify for through the MNsure application system.

Bemidji:                      218-333-0880

Blackduck:                  218-835-5768

Walker                          218-547-3438 ext. 115

How Our Services Work:

  • You call a convenient site and schedule an appointment
  • We explain how MNsure works and what items are needed at your appointment
  • We provide computer and internet access; and we enter your data
  • We provide document printing and faxing at no cost to you
  • We help you create your own MNsure online account
  • We guide you through the MNsure application question by question
  • We assist you in interpreting application questions and how they relate to your situation
  • You receive a copy of your completed application and account information
  • We will keep a copy of your account information and application on file; but only with your written approval
  • We help troubleshoot application problems
  • We provide advocacy if an appeal is needed
  • We cannot choose for your or recommend Qualified Health Plans; but will refer you to certified Brokers who are able to educate and guide you

MNSure Broker Enrollment Center: 

Allen Zutz Agency

8147 Hwy 2 NW, Bemidji, MN  56601

218-444-0202

Mr. Zutz will work with you to find the MNsure Qualified Health Plan that best fits your needs.

4130 Hangar Drive NW Bemidji MN 56601

Civil Air Patrol (CAP), the official U. S. Air Force Auxiliary, is a civilian, volunteer, nonprofit, service organization with almost 62,000 members nationwide. Minnesota is home to 21 Squadrons across the state. CAP Corporation and its members own and operate more than 500 light aircraft, the world’s largest civilian fleet, and volunteers fly about 140,000 hours each year on CAP missions.

 

CAP won fame during World War II for its coastal patrol and other all-volunteer civilian defense activities. Today, CAP members perform more than 95 percent of inland search and rescue missions as tasked by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center. CAP also conducts a wide variety of emergency service missions including disaster relief and counter-drug activities.CAP volunteers take a leading role in aerospace education and conduct one of America’s finest youth programs, the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program.

 

The Cadet Program is open to youth ages 12-18 years of age. Cadets have opportunities to participate in many activities including search and rescue, disaster relief, survival training, radio communications, land navigation, model rocketry, leadership training, first aid, physical fitness, orientation flights (aboard a CAP or military aircraft) and much more.

 

Civil Air Patrol instills the organization’s Core Values in its cadets — integrity, volunteer service, excellence and respect. CAP’s 23,000 cadets are drug-free role models in their communities and schools. The cadet program also offers youth in-depth training in leadership and enables them to apply classroom principles to real-world needs.

 

You don’t have to be a pilot or need military experience to join Civil Air Patrol. Civil Air Patrol re also not obligated to join any branch of the military service.

414 Lincoln Ave SE, Bemidji MN 56619 (entrance on 5th St)

A church led ministry and emergency program organized to provide short term assistance for those who fall through the cracks and who need immediate help and have nowhere else to turn in the short run.  In addition to providing financial aid for food, gas, rent, and utility payments, Churches United also assists individuals and families through counseling and referrals to other community agencies and resources.

Mission Statement

Churches United is a non-profit organization of Bemidji Area churches, led by the Spirit of Christ. Working together to meet the emergency needs of homeless and low-income people in a prayerful way.

Services May Include:
Basic emergency needs: Food, gas, bus tokens, clothing, laundry, and rent/utility assistance

Referrals are made as needed to area agency and businesses. A photo I.D. is required for all vouchers. A valid drivers license and photocopiable proof of valid insurance is required for all gas vouchers. Screenshots and/or cell phone “proof” is not accepted.

COVID Policy:

While our lobby is open it is best to call ahead to complete an application by phone prior to coming in. Only one individual or family is allowed in the lobby at once. Please call to make sure we are open. Masks are required in our office; one will be provided if needed. No loitering or waiting for the bus is allowed in our office.

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133 Main Street Suite B Blackduck MN 56630

The Blackduck Area History and Art Center (BAHAC) is located at the top of the Lady Slipper Scenic Byway in northern Minnesota. Although some artifacts are specific to this area, we provide a “stepping back in time” experience that can be enjoyed whether you are specifically interested in this area, or history in general. The displays excite children as well as adults, and indeed we feel a special mission to bring the past to life for children.

The co-located TIN PAN gALLErY focuses on giving local artists a place to showcase their works. Featured artists’ shows are generally on display for a month. In between shows there is always an interesting variety of art on exhibit. We have truly fulfilled our mission of providing art opportunities for all ages, as we have featured everything from pre-school and kindergarten art project displays to a special artist show for an artist in her eighth decade.

In the year 2000, the Blandin/Blackduck Visioning Committee began collecting historical memorabilia as part of its 2001 Centennial Celebration planning process. The items collected came from the geographic area covered by the Blackduck School District, a 435 square mile area that includes 13 townships and the cities of Blackduck, Tenstrike, Funkley and Squaw Lake. The need for a permanent storage area for all that had been collected spurred discussions about finding a location to store the items. This evolved to the possibility of an actual history center – a place to showcase and preserve our area’s heritage while educating our young people and operating a key attraction for residents and tourists alike. In January 2005, the Blackduck Arts Council decided to partner with the BAHAC to add an arts component to the proposed Center. Working together, the History and Art Center opened its doors to the public August 19, 2006.

We live in a resort area with unlimited opportunities for outdoor recreation amidst our scenic forests, lakes and bogs. Although we are a small town we draw people from a large area. We feel fortunate to have a library, movie theater, bowling alley, golf course, city park, restaurants and some pretty interesting shopping opportunities. People travel for miles to visit and shop at Anderson Fabrics Outlet Store. Nearby attractions include the Big Bog State Park, The Lost 40, Chippewa National Forest campgrounds, Camp Rabideau (the most well-preserved CCC Camp in the nation – a National Historic Landmark) and the Lady Slipper Scenic Byway, to name a few. We’re sure you’ll want to visit us soon!

Mission Statement

To preserve materials, objects and data related to our diverse population; to remember the past, live in the present, and educate our youth for the future.

To promote the arts in our community by putting a face on the artists of the area and providing art opportunities for our residents from ages 8 to 80.

2522 Hannah Ave NW, Bemidji MN 56601
Hibbing:
3131 First Ave, Suite B Hibbing, MN 55746
218-440-1022
Fax: 218-440-1025
Grand Rapids:
1009 Pokegama Avenue South Unit C Grand Rapids, MN 55744
218-999-5587
Fax: 218-999-9446

We offer uncompromising employment services and build partnerships offering temporary, temp-to-hire, professional and/or project based employee placements. We also offer:

  • Instant Read Drug Testing for pre-employment, random, and after accident testing.
  • We are DOT Certified and offer both DOT Drug Testing and Non-DOT Drug Tests. 
  • Alcohol Testing and Breathalyzer tests.

No appointment necessary during regular business hours.  If you need a test after hours, please call 218-440-1022.

Call us for more information.

*Military Friendly Employer*

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.

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716 Paul Bunyan Drive NW Bemidji MN 56601 Mail: PO Box 27 Bemidji MN 56619

BACKGROUND
United Way advances the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. Through your investment, United Way is able to address the critical needs that matter most to you and our community and create a meaningful difference in people’s lives by: investing in nonprofit health and human service programs and services that address the most critical needs and deliver the greatest impact possible; implementing community impact initiatives and support year round programs that address new and emerging needs; and, forming strategic partnerships and collaborations—sharing responsibility and accountability for delivering meaningful and long-lasting results.

Our focus is on education, income and health – the building blocks for a good quality of life.

 

 

PROGRAMS OF UNITED WAY OF BEMIDJI AREA

BACKPACK BUDDIES
In the Bemidji area, 1 in 5 children experience food insecurity and hunger. The Backpack Buddies program was developed to help ensure that children in the Bemidji school district have access to nutritious, non-perishable and easy-to-prepare food at times when other resources are not available, such as weekends and school vacations.
The program provides backpacks filled with food that is child friendly, non-perishable, and easily consumed free of charge. An average weekly menu consists of: 2 entrees, 1 snack, 2 breakfast items, 1 vegetable, 2 fruits, and 2 milks, and 1 high protein item. The food is purchased from the North Country Food Bank and community groups and volunteers package the food each month.
The food packs are discretely distributed to children, as best determined by the school, on the last day before weekends and all scheduled school breaks/holiday breaks.
Thanks to Sanford Health, the program has expanded to feed more than 450 children, who have been referred by school staff as experiencing food insecurity or hunger, each weekend and school break. The program currently serves all Bemidji school district schools.

COATS FOR THE COMMUNITY
Each year donations of gently used, clean winter coats and outerwear for men, women, children and infants are collected. More than 3,000 cold-weather items are collected and distributed to our Bemidji neighbors to keep them warm and dry during the winter.

HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR KIDS
Each year between 800 and 1000 children, ages 0-16, experience a joyful Christmas thanks to the generosity and kindness of others. Parents or legal guardians register for the Holiday Gifts for Kids program and have the opportunity to choose a gift for their child on distribution day. In addition, each family receives a board game to enjoy together.

SOMEONE SPECIAL VOLUNTEERS
United Way of Bemidji Area partners with Ken K. Thompson Jewelry, KB101 Radio, and The Bemidji Pioneer, to recognize the value of volunteerism.
The Someone Special Volunteer Program provides an opportunity for any individual, organization, business, or group, to recognize up to two volunteers who have made a difference within the community through volunteering.

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716 Paul Bunyan Dr NW, Bemidji, MN 56601, USA
218-333-0880 (voice attendant to leave a message)218-333-0880 (voice attendant to leave a message)
218-333-6844

Community Resource Connections (CRC) is a nonprofit membership organization serving Beltrami, Cass, Clearwater and Hubbard Counties.

MNsure Navigators:  Application for Medical Assistance, Minnesota Care, and Qualified Health Plans offered through the state of Minnesota’s health exchange.  CRC staff provide computer and internet access, and question by question guidance.  No cost to you.  Appointments required.

Service Access:  Assistance finding the resources you need.  CRC staff will educate you about your service options, assist you with service applications, and advocate for you when the system doesn’t work as you need it to work.  No cost to you.

Nutrition Assistance Program for Seniors (NAPS):  CRC’s Blackduck office site takes applications and serves as a dissemination point for food commodities provided through Second Harvest Food Bank.  Eligibility is based on age (60+) and income (call for guidelines).  Free monthly food boxes containing a $40 value of non-perishable food items.

Community Service Agency Membership:  CRC works with community service agencies to organize and publish a hard copy resource directory as well as this electronic version.  Other member services include:  facilitation of networking meetings, cooperative marketing events, nonprofit start up guidance, and program support.

Community Resource Connections: 5 Locations:

For all 3 Bemidji locations call:  218-333-0880 (an auto voice attendant will request that you leave your name and telephone number: the first available staff member in either of our Bemidji office locations will return your call, usually within an hour or faster

BEMIDJI

1.  CRC Headquarters:  716 Paul Bunyan Dr NW, Bemidji, MN  56601

2.  CRC at the Northern Dental Access Center:  1405 Anne St NW, Bemidji, MN 56601

3.  CRC at the County Community Services Building: 616 America Avenue NW Bemidji MN  56601 Suite 220

BLACKDUCK

4.  CRC at the Blackduck Resource Center:  218-835-5768   #17 Main St. (Moon Drug Building), PO Box 414, Blackduck, MN  56630

WALKER

5.  CRC at Walker-based BI-CAP: 218-547-3438 ext. 115  8245 Industrial Park Road NW Walker MN 56484 Mailing address  PO Box 995 Walker MN 56484

 

 

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