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Habitat for Humanity Northern Lights
618 3rd Street NE
Minot,  ND  58703

Habitat for Humanity is a Christian housing ministry that builds houses and sells them at no profit and no interest to families who could not otherwise afford a home. To qualify, you must have lived in the area for one year, you must have an income of about $10,700 to $20,150/year for a family of four, you must contribute 400 hours of labor to the construction of your new home and you must be willing to make a small down payment. Please call for an application.

Contact:  Larry Zirtzman
Phone:  701-852-9799
E-Mail:  habitat@srt.com
URL:  local.habitat.org/minotND

Harmony Center
212 East Central
Minot,  ND  58701

The Harmony Center's mission is to build quality relationships and to improve the quality of lif of members through social-recreational opportunities, enabling members to participate in the community. Also, to insure the continuum of care through established linkages with referral sources and community resources, in the furtherance of overall rehabilitation goals set by members.
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Contact:  Jennifer Bartsch
Phone:  701-852-3263
Fax:  701-838-8488
E-Mail:  psr@minot.com

Harry L. Pitrie Public Library
PO Box 416
101 1st St NE
Linton,  ND  58552

The Harry L. Pitrie Public Library services Emmons County. Wi-fi and three public access computers are available at our 100 NE 1st Street location. There is a one hour computer limit to patrons. Over 40,000 books are available for public use.
Monday and Thursday 10:00 to 6:00. Wednesday and Friday 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Closed Tuesday.

Phone:  (701) 254-4737

HAV-IT Services
409 West Brewster St.
Harvey,  ND  583414

To deliver quality support services to individuals with developmental disabilities, their families and others to empower them to lead the lives they choose.
Monday - Friday; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Contact:  Tim Huseth
Phone:  701-324-4636
Fax:  701-324-4778
E-Mail:  timh@hav-it.org
URL:  www.hav-it.org

HAV-IT Services
409 West Brewster St
Harvey,  ND  58341


8am-5pm M-F for admin offices

Contact:  Tim Huseth
Phone:  701-324-4636
Fax:  701-324-4778
E-Mail:  timh@hav-it.org
URL:  www.hav-it.org/

Hazen Public Library
203 E Main
PO Box 471
Hazen,  ND  58545

Internet access available daily (M-F). Computer access for word processing, publishing, spreadsheet, PowerPoint. Please call for an appointment. Scanner, fax, and copier available. Microfiche reader available. Reference items available.....if we don't have what you need, we can get it for you. Reading programs available for children - 3 years through PreK during school year; children through 6th grade for Summer Reading Program.
9:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Valerie Albrecht
Phone:  (701) 748-2977
Fax:  (701) 748-2988
E-Mail:  hazenlibrary@cdln.info
URL:  www.hazenlibrary.org

Healthy Community Coalition
115 Vivian Street
PO Box I
Park River,  ND  58270

Promotes positive development through youth activities and leadership programs which help youth develop learning, planning, and decision making skills. Coordinate teen dances and service learning projects. Volunteer reading/mentoring program.
M-F 8:00 - 5:00 or as needed

Contact:  Ruth Jelinek
Phone:  701-284-4589
Fax:  701-284-4576
E-Mail:  hcc@polarcomm.com

Healthy Families Region IV
412 Demers Ave
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

The first of its kind in North Dakota, Healthy Families Region IV is a child abuse- and neglect- focused home visitation program for parents of newborns. The program is a collaborative of 16 private and public organizations. All parents of newborns are eligible for this voluntary and free service. Regional hospitals and clinics screen new parents and will identify those families who are overburdened. This program accepts referrals from local hospitals only.
8-noon & 1-5 Mon-Fri

Contact:  Donna Schneider
Phone:  701-746-2064 or 800-366-9841
Fax:  701-746-2081
E-Mail:  DSchneider@lssnd.org
URL:  www.lssnd.org

Heart River Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services
7 First Avenue West Suite 101
Dickinson,  ND  58601

Heart River Alcohol and Drug Abuse Service is a private, confidential, and licensed outpatient treatment facility. We are committed to providing quality prevention, education, and treatment to meet the needs of each unique individual and their family. Our services include but are not limited to abuse and dependency treatment. Please call for an appointment.
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm; Friday 9:00 am to noon

Contact:  Heidi Reiker
Phone:  (701) 483-0795
Fax:  (701) 483-0947
E-Mail:  hradonline@gmail.com
URL:  www.hradonline.com

Heartland Child Nutrition, Inc
521 E Main
Civic Square Building, Suite 420
Bismarck,  ND  58501

Supplimental meal reimbursement, nutrition education/training and a variety of child care support services free of charge for licensed or certified child care providers. Licensing credit can be received by attending nutrition workshops or taking Learn-At-Home courses. Cookbooks, menus, children's activities, lessons and more available by calling our toll free number at 1-800-366-6793.
7:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Thursday; 8:00 am to noon on Friday

Contact:  Lisa Wutzke-Bleth, Communications Director
Phone:  (701) 250-0140
Fax:  (701) 250-0144
E-Mail:  hcn@heartlandnutrition.org
URL:  www.heartlandnutrition.org

Heartland Independent Provider Network
3260 20th Street South
Fargo,  ND  58104

Information and administrative offices for a network of independent healthcare providers located in Fargo-Moorhead and surrounding areas.
8-4:30 M-Thurs 8-12 Friday

Contact:  Sue Mullins, Executive Director
Phone:  701-478-3627
Fax:  701-478-3629
E-Mail:  smullins@chooseheartland.com
URL:  www.chooseheartland.com

Hearts of Hope Shelter
P.O. Box 900
Belcourt,  ND  58316

Providing shelter to women and their children exposed to domestic violence. Assistance and advocacy to victims of crime.
as needed. Shelter available 24 hrs.

Contact:  Rochanda Gourneau
Phone:  701-477-0002
Fax:  701-477-5246
E-Mail:  gourneau@utma.com

Hebron Public Library
811 Main Avenue
Hebron,  ND  58638-0448

The goal of the Hebron Public Library is to provide quality informational, educational, cultural and recreational resources to residents of all ages in the Hebron area.
Monday, and Thursday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm; Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm; Friday 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Phone:  (701) 878-4110
E-Mail:  hebronpubliclibrary@gmail.com

HERO, Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization
5012 53rd St. S. Ste. C
Fargo,  ND  58104

Project HERO collects and redistributes donated healthcare materials to benefit those in need. All viable medical excess and equipment are handled in an environmentally safe manner, promoting recycling through redistribution. Anyone can come to HERO and receive healthcare supplies for low to no cost. All items have suggested handling fees but those can be waived if there is a financial and medical need.
Monday - Friday : 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Contact:  Ty Hegland
Phone:  701-212-1921
Fax:  888-629-2523
E-Mail:  ty@herofargo.org
URL:  http://www.herofargo.org/

Hettinger Area Chamber of Commerce
120 South Main Street
PO Box 1031
Hettinger,  ND  58639

The Hettinger Area Chamber of Commerce provides leadership and programs that promote a progressive business environment in the Adams County area. The Chamber of Commerce also supports many events throughout the year, including the Fourth of July.
9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Earleen Friez
Phone:  (701) 567-2531
Fax:  (701) 567-2690
E-Mail:  adamschmbr@ndsupernet.com
URL:  www.hettingernd.com

Hettinger County Job Development Authority
PO Box 668
Mott,  ND  58646

Hettinger County Job Development Authority (JDA) is a partner in a two-county economic development organization serving Grant and Hettinger counties. The JDA facilitates business growth by collaborating with a wide variety of public and private partners to access resources for the counties. The JDA currently works to increase wealth and strengthen communities in the area through Business Retention & Expansion; Tourism Industry Development and Recruitment. Through business management training opportunities; technical assistance with business and marketing plans; and interest buy-down programs the JDA is assisting in retaining and growing local businesses. Hettinger County is located within a Rural Economic Area Partnership (REAP) zone which gives area businesses access to additional USDA gap financing funds and project designations.
8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday, Tuesday and Friday

Contact:  Kristen Vesledahl
Phone:  (701) 824-4205
Fax:  (701) 824-2717
E-Mail:  kvesledahl@nd.gov
URL:  www.hettingercounty.org

Hettinger County Social Service - Adult Services
309 Millionaire Avenue
Mott,  ND  58646

Vulnerable Adult Services includes: physically disabled adults, who need services to attain or maintain the highest level of independence, and their families; older adults in need of services to enable them to maintain their independence; and adults at risk of abuse, neglect and exploitation. Services provided include: � Case Management � Homemaker � Home Health Aide � Information/Referral - Community coordination � Adult day care � Adult family foster care � Chore services � Non-medical transportation � Personal attendant care; � Respite care � Family care � Environmental modification services � Specialized equipment � Adult Protective Services
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Doug Wegh
Phone:  (701) 824-3276
Fax:  (701) 824-2820
E-Mail:  21wegd@nd.gov

Hettinger County Social Service - Economic Assistance Services
309 Millionaire Avenue
Mott,  ND  58646

Income Maintenance- Programs are designed to provide assistance to eligible individuals and their families. Services provided include: Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Medicaid, General Assistance, Energy Assistance-Low Income Home, Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Food Stamps-Benefits distributed through Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT), and Child Care Assistance.
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Doug Wegh
Phone:  (701) 824-3276
Fax:  (701) 824-2820
E-Mail:  dwegh@nd.gov

Hettinger County Social Service - Family Services
309 Millionaire Avenue
Mott,  ND  58646

Vulnerable Children and their Families includes abused and neglected children and their families; children who are at risk of abuse or neglect and their families; and children and their families who need individual and/or family support services to maintain the child within the home. Services provided include: � Child Protection Assessment � Family Social Work � Foster Care Home Studies � Foster Care Eligibility � Information/referral - Community Coordination � Early Childhood Licensing � Parent Aide � Wrap Around � Special Health Service for Children � Intensive In�Home � Unwed Parent � Family Focused � Subsidized Adoption
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Doug Wegh
Phone:  (701) 824-3276
Fax:  (701) 824-2820
E-Mail:  dwegh@nd.gov

Hill Top Home of Comfort
95 Hill Top Drive
PO Box 780
Killdeer,  ND  58640

Hill Top Home of Comfort is a long term care facility dedicated to the care and well-being of our residents on a 24/7 basis.
Open 24 hours / 7 days per week

Phone:  (701) 764-5682
Fax:  (701) 764-5749
E-Mail:  gleadbetter@hmsmt.com

Hillsboro Kiwanis
13 N Main St
Hillsboro,  ND  58045

Housing - Contact the Hillsboro Development Assoc. the Project Manager is Arleta at 701-436-5945 Food Pantry - Contact local pastor/priest; sheriffs dept., social services or medical provider for referral to the food pantry.

Contact:  Randy Habeck
Phone:  701-636-5231
Fax:  701-636-5947
E-Mail:  randy_habeck@hotmail.com

Home Delivered Meals Inc.
1200 S. Columbia Rd.
Box 6002
Grand Forks,  N.D.  58201

Home Delivered Meals is a service delivering one hot meal a day to clients in their homes. Delivery available within city limits of Grand Forks and East Grand Forks. Call 780-5169 to set up meal service.
9:00am-4:00pm M-F

Contact:  Wendy Wood
Phone:  701-780-5169

Home Instead Senior Care
505 Broadway N
Suite 204
Fargo,  ND  58102

Home Instead Senior Care provides non-medical home care services to the elderly in Cass and Clay counties and the cities of Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, and Park Rapids through carefully screened CAREGivers who are insured and bonded through our company. Services include assistance with personal care, meal preparation, light housekeeping, medication reminders and one on one support and interaction that reduces isolation and supports independence. These services are available from 2 hours per day to 24 hours per day. See website for more detail.
Services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Office hours are 8 - 5 Monday - Friday, phones answered 24 hours a day.

Phone:  701-478-1010
Fax:  701-478-1008
URL:  www.homeinstead.com

Home on the Range
16351 I 94
Sentinel Butte,  ND  58654

Home on the Range, a corporation under the auspices of the Catholic Diocese of Bismarck, is a residential child care facility that provides a therapeutic environment for disadvantaged, neglected, problematic, pre-delinquent and delinquent adolescents. Home On the Range provides a caring, safe and loving environment where boys and girls of all races, creeds or colors learn and experience increased self-worth while developing responsible living skills for God, all human beings and His creations.
8:00 am to 5:00 pm MDT Monday through Friday

Contact:  Michelle Swanson
Phone:  (701) 872-3745
Fax:  (701) 872-3748
E-Mail:  michelles@hotrnd.com
URL:  http://hotrnd.com/

Home Place Thrift Store
1811South Washington
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

The Home Place Thrift Store is a division of Prairie Harvest Human Services Foundation. The store exists to provide customers with affordable goods and clothing and resources to Prairie Harvest Human Services Foundation. Vouchers are accepted from Red River Community Action and Northeast Human Service Center.
M-F 9am-7pm, Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 12pm-5pm

Contact:  Eric Scheffer
Phone:  701-795-9704
Fax:  701-795-9704
E-Mail:  info@prairieharvest.net
URL:  www.prairieharvest.net

Hope, Inc
803 22nd Ave S
Moorhead,  MN  56560

HOPE, Inc.'s mission is to provide mobility, educational and recreational opportunities for mobilty-challenged children and their families. Our vision is to enhance the quality of life for mobility challenged children. We aim to assist and empower these children to achieve their full potential. We provide year-round recreational programming for children with mobility challenges ages 2-19. We have a weekly sports program that focuses on teaching life skills such as teamwork, sportsmanship and communication while increasing physical fitness and self-esteem in a fun, uplifting environment We offer monthly recreational outings such as roller wheeling, bowling and Arts and Crafts. We also offer courses in Adaptive Art, Wheelchair Yoga and Creative Dance. This summer we will be holding a wheelchair track and field meet in Moorhead, Minnesota. All abilities welcome! Families that participate in our programming feel less isolated. Parents are able to network with parents who are facing similar issues. The children are able to make friends with other children who are in "chairs" like them.
8:00 to 4:30, M-F

Contact:  Adair Grommesh
Phone:  701-866-9002 or 866-225-4673
E-Mail:  agrommesh@cableone.net
URL:  hwww.hopeinc.org/

House of Manna
1100 East Villard Street
Dickinson,  ND  58601

The House of Manna assists anyone to the best of our ability who needs free clothing, shoes, coats, household goods and furniture as God supplies these essential items to us. Everything comes in free, and volunteers do any work required. We ask a suggested donation for some items to help meet our costs. We want to meet the physical needs so we can tell people about Jesus. We give a Bible to anyone who will accept one.
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 1:00-4:00 pm

Contact:  Rhonda Hecker
Phone:  (701) 483-5733