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Gamblers Choice
3911 19 Ave S
Fargo,  ND  58103

Gamblers Choice is an outpatient treatment/counseling program for problem gamblers and their family members. Please call for an appointment. Service centers are in Minot, Bismarck, Grand Forks, Fargo, and Williston.

Contact:  Lisa Vig
Phone:  701-235-7341
Fax:  701-235-7359
E-Mail:  lvig@lssnd.org
URL:  www.lssnd.org

Garrison Family Clinic
437 3rd Ave SE
Garrison,  ND  58540

Do you have questions about enrolling in a healthcare program? Need prescription assistance or information about Women's Way? The Community Resource Coordinator in your area can help you fill out forms, answer questions about programs, tell you about services available and work with you to get the care you and your family need.
8:30 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Tonee Matteson
Phone:  (701) 463-6549
Fax:  (701) 463-6543
E-Mail:  tmatteson@primecare.org

Garrison Public Library
32 South Main Street
PO Box 67
Garrison,  ND  58540

Garrison Public Library offers public programing throughout the year. We provide two (2) public access computers which provide patrons with Internet access, Microsoft office programs: Word, Excel, Publisher, Power Point, Access, Front Page and Photo Draw. These computers have tutorials on Access 2000, Encarta 2001, Excel 2000, Front Page 2000, HTML 4.0, Internet Explorer, Power Point 2000, Publisher 2000, Streets and trips 2001 and Word 2000.
Monday 1:00-5:00pm; Tue/Thur/Friday 10am-12pm &12:30pm-5pm; Wednesday 10am-12pm & 12:30pm-8pm; Saturday 10:00 am-12pm

Contact:  Michelle Gehring
Phone:  (701) 463-7336
E-Mail:  garplib@cdln.info
URL:  http://garrisonndlibrary.com/

Generations Learning Center
312 Doheny St.
PO Box 460
Northwood,  N.D.  58267

Child-care for ages 6 weeks- 12 years. Licensed pre-school program before and after school care and summer program.
6:30 am-6:00 pm M-F

Contact:  Marie Bye
Phone:  701-587-6287
E-Mail:  mariebye@hotmail.com

Giving + Learning
15 - 21st Street South
Fargo,  ND  58103

The goals of the Giving + Learning Program are to mobilize the gifts of senior citizens in order to help make them more active teachers and learners. Also, to provide educational opportunities, along with emotional and spiritual support, to new Americans who are interested in pursuing jobs in the work place.
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Contact:  Kevin Brooks
Phone:  701-293-1065
E-Mail:  kabbie@mac.com
URL:  http://givingpluslearning.org/

Golden Valley / Billings County Council on Aging
71 South Central
Box 711
Beach,  ND  58621

We provide transportation for the elderly and disabled to medical destinations. Also serving others with needs, with medical puropses taking the highest priority.

Phone:  (701) 872-3836
E-Mail:  gvbcoa@hotmail.com

Golden Valley / Billings Multi County Social Services District
PO Box 279
67 1st St SE
Beach,  ND  58621

Golden Valley / Billings Multi County Social Service District provides a wide variety of services to help the people in our community.
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Phone:  (701) 872-4121 or (701) 872-4122
Fax:  (701) 872-3141
E-Mail:  mwhardy@nd.gov

Golden Valley County Library
54 Central Avenue S
PO Box 579
Beach,  ND  58621

The Golden Valley County Library has public access computers available to job search, do research and learn computer skills.
Tuesday 1-5 pm; Wednesday 10-12 and 1-5; Thursday 1-5 and 6-8; Friday 1-5 and Saturday 9-12

Contact:  Joanne Tescher
Phone:  (701) 872-4627
E-Mail:  joanne.tescher@sendit.nodak.edu

Golden Valley Extension Service
PO Box 68
53 Central Ave South
Beach,  ND  58621

The NDSU Extension Service has a special emphasis on strengthening agriculture and developing the potential of youth, adults, families and communities.
8 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Ashley Ueckert
Phone:  (701) 872-4332
Fax:  (701) 872-4334
E-Mail:  ashley.ueckert@ndsu.edu

Good Samaritan Society - Mott
401 Millionaire Avenue
Mott,  ND  58646

Good Samaritan Society (Good Samaratin Nursing Center) provides quality nursing care for the comfort and well being of the chronically ill, the aged and the infirm.
Open 24 hours / 7 days per week

Contact:  Bruce Kallis
Phone:  (701) 824-3222
Fax:  (701) 824-2828
E-Mail:  gss6230@good-sam.com
URL:  www.good-sam.com

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
106 Osage Avenue
Bismarck,  ND  58501

Parish Nursing is an outreach program of education and support to assist our parishioners and our community to understand and identify the importance of health and faith and the interrelation of them. We provide in-home visitation, church-based education programs and health screenings. Offer a grief group every Monday to assist with dealing with bereavement issues. Please visit our website for more information and updated calendar.
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Contact:  Ellen Hauger or Terri Camp
Phone:  701-255-1001
Fax:  701-255-3644
E-Mail:  goodshepherd@goodshepherdbismarck.com
URL:  www.goodshepherdbismarck.com

Grand Forks Adult Learning Center
500 Sanford Rd.
Grand Forks,  N.D.  58203

The ALC is a non-profit agency with day and evening programs provided free of charge to meet the needs of adults and young adults(age 16 and above) who desire academic and social skills development. The following areas of study are provided: preparation of basic skills of reading, math, and English; GED diploma, Engish as a second language, career development, refresher skills training, and post-secondary preparation.
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. M-F. Evening hours Monday and Thursday, 6:30 - 9:30

Phone:  701-795-2773
Fax:  701-795-2770
URL:  www.gfschools.org

Grand Forks Area Youth For Christ
PO Box 14484
1726 South Washington Street Suite 83
Grand Forks,  ND  58208

It is our goal to provide events that fulfill the international mission of communicating the life-changing message of Jesus Christ to every young person. This is achieved through large events, small group meetings, and individual support. YFC serves three core ministries; Campus Life, A Place for Teens Youth Center, and Youth Guidance. Campus Life is a youth program that combines healthy relationships with creative programs to help young people make good choices, establish a solid foundation for life and positvely impact their schools and community. Youth Guidance is a community-based prgram that connects trained adults with young people. Youth Guidance uses adult to youth mentoring and peer to peer mentoring to support young people.
as needed

Contact:  Sean Patterson
Phone:  701-203-1928
E-Mail:  info@grandforksyfc.com
URL:  www.grandforksyfc.com

Grand Forks Community Service Program
311 S 4th St., Suite 201
Grand Forks,  N.D.  58201

Our program provides adult offenders an opportunity to work community service for non-profit or government agencies in lieu of serving time in jail or paying fines and fees. This allows individuals the opportunity to remain in society and maintain their jobs and families. Referrals of offenders are received from the courts, probation offices, and other criminal justice agencies. An average of 1000 hours of community service worked monthly provides much needed help for non-profit agencies in the area and qualified agencies may call to receive help at any time. We also provide drug testing for the courts as a condition of bond and are contracted with Social Services to provide drug testing when referred.
7:30am-4:30pm M-F

Contact:  Deb Schuler
Phone:  701-775-3403
Fax:  701-775-0421
E-Mail:  gfcom@invisimax.com
URL:  www.NDcommunityservice.org

Grand Forks County Veterans Service Office
151 S 4th St
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

Counsel and assist veterans, their dependents or suvivors (Grand Forks County residents) in making applications or filing claims with the Department of Veteran Affairs to include: burial, disability compensation, disability pension, education, home loan certificates of eligibility, insurance, medical and vocational rehabilitaiton. In addition, counsel and assist with Veteran Aid Loan and the Emergency Hardship Assistance Grant Programs through the Norht Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs.
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M-F

Phone:  701-780-8296
Fax:  701-787-8603

Grand Forks Head Start
3600 6th Ave N
Grand Forks,  ND  58203

Federally funded pre-school program for income qualifying 3 and 4 year olds.
8:00 - 4:00 M-F

Contact:  Peggy Endres
Phone:  701-746-2433
Fax:  701-746-2450
E-Mail:  peggy.endres@gfschools.org

Grand Forks Housing Authority
1405 1st Avenue N
Grand Forks,  ND  58203

Individuals and families in Grand Forks County who are in need of assitance with their rental costs may apply to the Housing Assistance Program. This is a Federal Program designed to assist low to moderate-income individuals and families with their rental costs. The applicant must be income eligible, and those with a preference status will be assisted beore those without preference status. The Voucher program can assist families in Grand Forks County in a unit they choose as long as it meets Housing Quality Standards and is rent reasonable. Our office also manages assisted apartments throughout the city of Grand Forks. These include elderly and handicapped accessible units. Grand Forks Housing Authority manages rental units throughout the city that are available to those who are eligible. This includes low income housing tax credit programs, which assures affordable rents. GFHA also has home ownership opportunities, including: The Promenade (portable homes), Voucher Home Ownership Program, and The American Dream Program, which can help with downpayment and closing costs for first-time home buyers.
8:00-5:00, M-F

Contact:  Emily Wright
Phone:  701-746-2545
Fax:  701-746-2548
E-Mail:  ewright@grandforksgov.com
URL:  www.grandforkshousingauthority.org

Grand Forks Public Health Department
151 South 4th Street
Suite N301
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

Public Health Services
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm or by appointment. Special clinics during flu shot season.

Contact:  Debbie Swanson, Director
Phone:  701-787-8100
Fax:  701-787-8145
E-Mail:  dswanson@grandforksgov.com
URL:  www.grandforksgov.com/publichealth

Grand Forks Public Schools 21st CCLC MASH
3000 Cherry Street
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

MASH is an after school program operated cooperatively between the Grand Forks Public Schools and the Y Family Center at 7 elementary schools.
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Contact:  Renee Moon
Phone:  701-787-4351
E-Mail:  Renee.Moon@gfschools.org

Grand Forks Senior Center
620 4th Avenue South
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

RESOURCES TEAM/OPTIONS COUNSELING: The Resources Team visits with seniors (60+) in Walsh, Nelson, Pembina, and Grand Forks counties, and helps connect seniors with services that can meet their needs and improve the quality of their lives. Some examples of services include: housekeeping, personal care, transportation, nutritional, legal, senior health insurance counseling, adaptive equipment loan, advocacy, and assistance completing applications for benefits. ACTIVITIES: including BINGO, trips, Bookworm Club, Bone Builders, cards, Mindful Mondays, and holiday parties SENIOR DINING: Hot, well-balanced meals for individuals 60 years of age and older and their spouse of any age. (served at 11:30, $4.25 suggested donation). FROZEN MEALS: flash frozen meals that are tasty and healthy! They can be stored in a freezer and heated in a microwave or oven. They can be picked up at Grand Forks Senior Center, and are $3.00 per meal. Rural residents of Grand Forks county can arrange for frozen meal delivery by calling 701-772-7245. MEALS ON WHEELS: Volunteers deliver hot meals to Grand Forks residents who are 60+ years of age and homebound. Meals are delivered Monday-Friday, between 10:30 and 11:30. HEALTH SERVICES: Foot care available by appointment or on designated walk-in dates. Nurses travel to rural locations in Grand Forks county regularly, as well as visiting homebound seniors in their homes. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: We need volunteers to deliver Meals on Wheels, call BINGO, wipe down equipment for the equipment loan program, and to assist in the Resources office.
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 Tuesday 8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Contact:  Kalen Ault
Phone:  701-772-7245
Fax:  701-772-0213
E-Mail:  kault@gfseniorcenter.org
URL:  gfseniorcenter.org

Great Plains Food Bank
1720 Third Ave N
Fargo,  ND  58102

The Great Plains Food Bank distributes surplus food products to nonprofit agencies serving low-income clientele, including food shelves, homeless shelters, soup kitchens, senior meal programs, group homes and domestic abuse programs. It does not serve individual clients: services are only available to charitable feeding programs.
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Memorial Day to Labor Day, the office and warehouse close at noon. Product orders are taken daily between 8:30 a.m. and 11:55 a.m.

Phone:  701-232-6219
Fax:  701-232-3871
E-Mail:  GreatPlainsFoodBank@lssnd.org
URL:  www.greatplainsfoodbank.org

Greater Grand Forks Apartment Association
1407 24th Ave. S. # 340
Grand Forks,  N.D.  58201

We provide a liason between tenants and landlords.
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M-F

Contact:  John Colter
Phone:  701-775-4231
URL:  www.ndaa.net

Guardian and Protective Services, Inc.
3801 Lockport Street Suite 4
Bismarck,  ND  58501

Guardian and Protective Services, Inc (GaPS) serves vulnerable adults who have no family members or capable adults living nearby. We strive to keep these individuals self-sufficient, and in their homes, whenever possible. The types of protective arrangements available include representative payee, power of attorney, guardian and conservator services. Many of our clients are low income. They are charged client fees based upon their "ability to pay" with assistance from grants and community donations.
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday

Contact:  Joel Graumann, Finance Director
Phone:  (701) 222-8678
Fax:  (701) 222-6666
E-Mail:  gaps@gapsinc.org
URL:  www.gapsinc.org