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Maddock Business & Technology Center / Economic Development Corp.
105 Central
P.O. Box 324
Maddock,  N.D.  58348

Description:
The Madddock Business & Technology Center under the management of the Maddock EDC, provides several community services ans has several functions; 1. Chid care- MBTC houses Kids on the Block child care center 2. MBTC has a 9 computer training lab and organizes community computer trianing for beginners to advanced users. Computers are also available for free public use and internet access during regular business hours. 4. MBTC is a business incubator providing office space at a reduced rate to start-up business ,shared office equipment and mentoring. 4. MBTC works to promote youth interest in technology applications by serving as a WIA work experince site and providing mentoring through a "grass roots" group og mentors.
Hours:
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M-F

Contact:  Bruce Terpenig ,EDC President or Laura Every, MBTC I.T. Coordinator
Phone:  701-438-2718, 438-2660, 438-2278
Fax:  701-438-2283
E-Mail:  terp@stellarnet.com
URL:  www.maddock.org

Marketplace for Kids
210 North 4th Street
Bismarck,  ND  58501

Description:
Marketplace for Kids is a unique educational program offering encouragement for developing young entrepreneurs. It provides young people with a forum to present and explain their projects which are demonstrating entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity. Marketplace for Kids also provides a variety of classes and educational exhibits to help young people hone business skills, enhance personal development and build friendships with other future leaders. It demonstrates the special role of youth in improving the economic future of our state.
Hours:
8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Marilyn K. Kipp, Executive Director
Phone:  (701) 663-0150 or 1-888-384-8410
Fax:  (701) 663-1032
E-Mail:  marketplace@btinet.net
URL:  www.MarketplaceforKids.org

Marketplace of Ideas
210 North 4th Street
Bismarck,  ND  58501

Description:
Marketplace of Ideas is a collaborative effort that provides technical support to develop home-based businesses, small businesses, agricultural diversification, value-added agriculture, information technology, new business ideas, and marketing skills. In addition, it builds an entrepreneurial spirit in our communities. A variety of state, federal, public and private resources are combined into a network of technical support for economic diversification in North Dakota and adjacent areas of Minnesota, Montana and South Dakota. Marketplace of Ideas gives participants the tools, ideas, encouragement, advice and assistance they need to boost family income and help communities revitalize their economy.
Hours:
8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Marilyn K. Kipp, Executive Director
Phone:  (701) 663-0150 or 1-888-384-8410
Fax:  (701) 663-1032
E-Mail:  marketplace@btinet.net
URL:  www.MarketplaceforEntrepreneurs.org

Marmarth Salvation Army Pantry
Box 93
Marmarth,  ND  58643

Description:
Food is distributed the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month. Contact Patti if this doesn't work and an appointment can be made for a more convenient time. Call for emergency services.
Hours:
2Pm to 4PM every first and third Thursday and by appointment

Contact:  Patti Perry
Phone:  (701) 279-6996
Fax:  (701) 279-6996
E-Mail:  scedev@yahoo.com

Max Community Library
215 Main Street (City Hall)
PO Box 102
Max,  ND  58579

Description:

Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 10:30-12:00 and 1:00-5:30

Contact:  Julie Osadchy
Phone:  (701) 679-2263
Fax:  (701) 679-2263
E-Mail:  maxlib@rtc.coop

Mayville State University Child Dev. Program, After-School Program
330 3rd St NE
Mayville,  ND  58257

Description:
The CHEERS program is available to children, kindergarten through sixth grade, at the elementary schools in Mayville & Hillsboro. We believe children are often 'over-programmed' and 'over-controlled' and no longer having the luxury of simply being just kids. Many need a break to 'unwind' and 'unpack' the events of the day. The goal of the program is not to provide more structured activities that children must participate in, but rather to provide an environment which will allow them to make appropriate choices during this "free time." Children will have the opportunity for indoor and outdoor play, snacks, organized enrichment activities, quiet time and supervised homework time. Parents are billed for the scheduled hours that the child is receiving childcare, according to the fee agreement signed. Enrollment forms must be completed for all children enrolled in the childcare program before care can be given.
Hours:
3:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Contact:  Yvonne Ulland
Phone:  701-788-4868
Fax:  701-788-4781
E-Mail:  Yvonne.Ulland@mayvillestate.edu

Mayville State University Child Dev. Program, Childcare
330 3rd St NE
Mayville,  ND  58257

Description:
The program offers childcare services for children ages six weeks through kindergarten at the Mayville and Hillsboro sites, from 7:00am - 6:00pm. The classrooms reflect the Creative Curriculum philosophy and an environment that is structured is a way that supports all areas of development. We believe children learn as they play, therefore they use experimentation, inquiry, observation, play and exploration. Opportunities are provided for creative self-expression such as art, music, movement and dialogue. The following are policies which apply to childcare children; parents are billed for the scheduled hours that the child is receiving childcare, according to the fee agreement signed and enrollment forms must be completed for all children enrolled in the childcare program before care can be given.
Hours:
7:00am - 5:30pm

Contact:  Yvonne Ulland
Phone:  701-788-4868
Fax:  701-788-4781
E-Mail:  Yvonne.Ulland@mayvillestate.edu

Mayville State University Child Dev. Program, Early Headstart Program
330 3rd St NE
Mayville,  ND  58257

Description:
Early Head Start (EHS) is a federally funded early childhood program for children ages 0-3 and pregnant women. EHS serves the counties of Traill, Steele, Nelson and parts of rural Grand Forks. We have center-based and combination option programs. Eligibility is based on family income and age of child. There is no cost to enrolled families. EHS is associated with Mayville State University's Child Development Programs. For an application or enrollment questions, please call Rendi Johnson-Ebach at 1-800-342-4583 ext. 34868 or 701-788-4868.
Hours:
7am - 5:30pm

Contact:  Doreen Cerkowniak
Phone:  701-788-4868
Fax:  701-788-4781
E-Mail:  Doreen.Cerkowniak@mayvillestate.edu

McClusky Merchants Association
219 Main Street
PO Box 560
McClusky,  ND  58463

Description:
McClusky Merchants Association provides funds to local people, business or organizations through an application process. Emphasis in on local entities, with social or financial benefits to the community
Hours:
8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  LeRoy Bentz
Phone:  (701) 363-2288

McClusky Public School
219 Avenue D West
McClusky,  ND  58463

Description:

Hours:
Call for appointment

Phone:  701-363-2470

McHenry County Veteran Service Office
407 Main Street Soutn
#201
Towner,  ND  58788

Description:
Veteran services include assistance for eligible Veterans, their dependants or survivors with Disabilities, including compensation, Pension, Vocational Rehabilitation, Education Benefits, Employment Benefits, Medical Benefits. Home Loan Guarantee Program. Dependant Benefits. Survivor's Benefits. Burial Benefits.
Hours:
Wednesdays 9-1 and on call other days.

Contact:  Jim Davenport
Phone:  (701) 537-5724
E-Mail:  jdavenport@nd.gov

McIntosh County Veterans Service Office
23 North 7th Street
Wishek,  ND  58495

Description:
Veteran services include assistance for eligible veterans, their dependants or survivors with: 1)Disability Compensation 2)Disability Pension 3)Vocation Rehabilitation 4)Education Benefits 5)Employment Benefits 6)Medical Benefits 7)Life Insurance Programs 8)Home Loan Guarantee Program 9)Dependant Benefits 10)Survivor's Benefits 11)Burial Benefits.
Hours:
No set hours - can be contacted anytime 2nd fri each month in court house in Ashley

Contact:  L. Pete Keaveny
Phone:  (701) 452-4336
E-Mail:  pam@bektel.com

McLean County Veteran Service Office
712 5th Avenue
PO Box 1108
Washburn,  ND  58577

Description:
Veteran services include assistance for eligible veterans, their dependants or survivors with: 1)Disability Compensation 2)Disability Pension 3)Vocation Rehabilitation 4)Education Benefits 5)Employment Benefits 6)Medical Benefits 7)Life Insurance Programs 8)Home Loan Guarantee Program 9)Dependant Benefits 10)Survivor's Benefits 11)Burial Benefits.
Hours:
8 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Todd A. Schreiner
Phone:  (701) 462-8541
Fax:  (701) 462-3542
E-Mail:  tschreiner@nd.gov

McLean Family Resource Center
718 Main Avenue
Box 506
Washburn,  ND  58577

Description:
Crisis intervention for domestic violence/sexual assault victims in McLean County. Referrals and information for victims and general public. Emergency food and clothing. No charge for services.
Hours:
Victim services: 9 am to 5 pm, M-F. Food pantry by appointment only.

Contact:  Jenell Olson
Phone:  (701) 462-8643
E-Mail:  mfrc@westriv.com

Memorial Childcare Center and Preschool
115 5th Avenue
Devils Lake,  ND  58301

Description:
Child care and prescool for children ages infant through 11 years. In operation for 30 years. USDA approved meals provided. Transportation to school and kindergarten available.
Hours:
6:30am-6:00pm, M-F

Contact:  Beth Gilbertson
Phone:  701-662-8151
E-Mail:  mcckids@stellarnet.com

Mental Health America of North Dakota
523 N 4th Street
Bismarck,  ND  58501

Description:
HELP-LINE: The HELP-LINE, 2-1-1, is a toll-free, statewide information, referral, and crisis management service that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, all year long, and is unique in that it is always answered by a human voice. Note: Verizon customers dial 1-800-472-2911. RESOURCE CENTER: MHAND has a resource center with information on a variety of topics pertaining to mental health and social concerns. Materials are available and can be ordered online at www.mhand.org, then click on "Resource Library".
Hours:
9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Sharon Bendish
Phone:  (701) 255-3692
Fax:  (701) 255-2411
E-Mail:  sbendish@mhand.org
URL:  www.mhand.org

Mental Health/Social Services
P.O. Box J
Fort Yates,  North Dakota  58538

Description:
Provides counseling and case management to individuals, families, and groups in the areas of depression, anxiety, mental illness, suicide, anger management, domestic violence, marriage counseling, grief
Hours:
Monday through Friday, 8:00-4:30 pm

Contact:  Sydney Claymore/Dr. Vince Barnes
Phone:  (701) 854-3831
Fax:  (701) 854-3844
E-Mail:  sydney.claymore@ihs.gov

Mentors and Friends for Youth, Inc.
PO Box 2172
Williston,  ND  58801

Description:
Mentors and Friends for Youth is a local non-profit volunteer program that offers the warmth of a one-on-one relationship between an adult and a child. The program concept is not just togetherness, but provides youth with friends whom they can relate to, confide in, and look up to. The volunteer is someone who can provide that special extra attention. Volunteers join the program because they want to build a positive relationship with a boy or girl, believing this might enrich lives and the life of a child. We have recently partnered with the Mental Health Association of North Dakota to reach outlying tribal areas.
Hours:
Open hours

Contact:  Pat Hagen
Phone:  701-572-9505
E-Mail:  mentorsandfriends@yahoo.com

Metro Area Mayors Committee for People with Disabilities

PO Box 162
Fargo,  ND  58107

Description:
The Metro Area Mayors Committee for People with Disabilities is to advocate for full acceptance of people with disabilities by striving to eliminate environmental, attitudinal and employment barriers. Please write us at MAMC PO Box 162, Fargo ND 58107 or call Tom at 701/ 298-4518
Hours:


Contact:  Tammy DeSautel
Phone:  7012397306
E-Mail:  metroareamayorscommittee@gmail.com
URL:  www.fmareamayorscommittee.org

Michigan Housing Corporation
208 Main Street
P O Box 566
Lakota,  ND  58344

Description:
Four 1 & 2 bedroom Rural Development apartments located at Michigan ND. Each unit has a full basement. These apartments are family or elderly housing with rent based on 30% of adjusted gross income. Contact L.F.S. Professional Services, Box 546, Lakota, ND 58344 or call 701-247-2293. Ask for Allen or JoAnn.
Hours:
9:00-4:30, M-F

Contact:  Allen Orwick
Phone:  701-247-2293
Fax:  701-247-2691
E-Mail:  ncha@polarcomm.com

Migrant Health Service, Inc.
810 4th Ave South
Moorhead,  MN  56560

Description:
Primary health care, advocacy for women and children, patient education, translation services, case management. Additional locations at: Grafton, ND, Breckenridge, MN Montevideo, MN Olivia, MN Blooming Prairie, MN Rochester, MN Two mobile units to serve MN and ND
Hours:
8:00AM to 5:00PM

Contact:  Joan A Altenbernd
Phone:  218-236-6502
Fax:  218-236-6507
E-Mail:  jaltenbernd@702com.net
URL:  www.migranthealthservice.org

Migrant Legal Services
118 Broadway
Suite 616
Fargo,  ND  58102

Description:
Provide free legal services to migrant farmworkers.
Hours:
9-5 Monday - Friday

Phone:  701-232-8872
E-Mail:  fargo.migrant@smrls.org
URL:  www.smrls.org

Minot Area Community Foundation
606 Burdick Expressway West Suite A
Minot,  ND  58701

Description:
Vision: To connect donor's philanthropic interests with the needs of the Minot community and surrounding area. Mission Statement: To enrich the quality of life for the people of this area by: Providing flexibility and control for donors with varied interests and varied levels of giving capabilities; Encouraging philanthropy and developing permanent endowments; Serving as a resource and catalyst for other charitable organizations.
Hours:
8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

Contact:  Ken Kitzman
Phone:  701-852-0646
E-Mail:  macf@srt.com
URL:  centerforcommunitygiving.com

Minot Area Homeless Coalition, Inc.
105 1st Street SE
PO Box 1062
Minot,  ND  58702

Description:
Minot Area Homeless Coalistion, Inc. is a group of individuals representing agencies who have come together to advocate, coordinate and optimize services for homeless persons in the greather Minot area.
Hours:
9:00AM - 4:30PM Mon-Fri

Contact:  Louis ( Mac) McLeod or Karrie Libke
Phone:  701-852-6300
Fax:  701-852-4683
E-Mail:  mahc@srt.com
URL:  minotareahomelesscoalition.com

Minot Housing Authority
108 Burdick Expy East
Minot,  ND  58701

Description:
Minot Housing Authority provides low-income housing assistance for qualifying families and individuals. Housing assistance program provides: Section 8 program includes assistance with rent for apartments or houses in Ward, McHenry or Pierce Counties. Anyone 18 and over can apply for Section 8 Housing assistance; Public Housing includes: Milton Young Towers, Henry Towers and 40 scattered sites in the Minot Area. Milton Young and Henry Towers are available for persons over the age of 50 and those with disabilities. Anyone 18 and over can apply for Public Housing Assistance. Applications can be filled out at the office or on the website.
Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

Contact:  Tom Pearson
Phone:  701-852-0485 ND Relay: 1-800-366-6889
Fax:  701-852-3043
E-Mail:  mha@ndak.net
URL:  www.minothousing.com

Minot Public Library
516 2nd Avenue SW
Minot,  ND  58701

Description:
The Minot Public Library provides access to 140,000 titles including audio books, videos, DVDs and 300 newspaper/magazines. The Library has books and videotapes to assist in preparation for job seeking, resumes, job interveiws, etc. Interlibrary Loan Service provides customers with access to over 50,000,000 titles in over 42,000 libraries worldwide. Electronic access is provided to over 3000 full-text magazines and six databases (business, health, computer technology, electronic books, etc.) at library and in homes. User IDs and passwords to access these databases are available at the Library for anyone with a Library Card. Public access to the Internet and software is available on fifteen computers at no charge. Adult computer training includes basic Internet, introduction to e-mail usage, and use of Library online catalog and databases. Times and dates are posted on the Library's website. Information Services assists individuals find a variety of information in paper and electronic format including information on over 650 area agencies and organizations. Programs for children (story hours, puppet shows, after school programs) including a Summer Reading Program and a book buddy summer program for children who have a difficult time reading are provided. The Library maintains a literacy collection for adult new readers and a family resource library. Services for individuals with disabilities include large print books and books on tape, Dakota Radio Information Services, a video magnifier and homebound delivery service.
Hours:
Mon - Thur 9 am-9pm, Friday 9 am-6 pm, Sat 10 am-5pm, Sun 1 pm - 5 pm (Sept- May)

Contact:  Information Services
Phone:  701-852-0333
Fax:  701-852-2595
URL:  www.minotlibrary.org

Missouri Slope Lutheran Care Center
2425 Hillview Avenue
Bismarck,  ND  58501

Description:
Valley View Heights offers 30 assisted living apartments with security system, activity programming 5 days a week, religious services, pharmacy, beauty shop, transit tickets and free noon meal Monday - Friday. MSLCC is a 250-bed skilled nursing care facility that includes a 22-bed special care unit for those with Alzheimer's disease or dementia. We offer in-patient and out-patient rehab services and Adult Day Care Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm except on holidays. Adult Day Care includes activity and religious programming. Optional services include noon meal, physical therapy and whirlpool bath.
Hours:
8 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Patty Tangen, Director of Human Resources
Phone:  (701) 223-9407
Fax:  (701) 222-6328
E-Mail:  ptangen@mslcc.com
URL:  www.mslcc.com

Morton County Social Services
200 2nd Ave NW
Mandan,  ND  58554-3124

Description:
Morton County Social Services provides Public Assistance and Services to needy residents of Morton County.
Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday-Friday

Phone:  (701) 667 - 3395
Fax:  701-667-3384
E-Mail:  mortonsso@mortonnd.org

Morton County Veterans Service Office
210 2nd Avenue NW
Mandan,  ND  58554

Description:
Veteran services include assistance for eligible veterans, their dependants or survivors with: 1)Disability Compensation 2)Disability Pension 3)Vocation Rehabilitation 4)Education Benefits 5)Employment Benefits 6)Medical Benefits 7)Life Insurance Programs 8)Home Loan Guarantee Program 9)Dependant Benefits 10)Survivor's Benefits 11)Burial Benefits.
Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 12 noon, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Contact:  Ron Otto
Phone:  701-667-3365
Fax:  701-667-3284
E-Mail:  ron.otto@mortonnd.org

Morton Mandan Public Library
609 W Main
Mandan,  ND  58554

Description:

Hours:
Mon-Thur 9:30am-9pm, Fri-Sat 9:30am-5pm, Sun 1pm-5pm

Phone:  701-667-5365
URL:  www.mortonmandanlibrary.org

Motivation, Education & Training, Inc. (MET, Inc)
927 W 12th St
Grafton,  ND  58237

Description:
Helping migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their dependents obtain better job opportunities through various training programs. Please call for qualification requirements or stop by our office to see what we can do for you.
Hours:
8:00-4:30, M-F

Contact:  Claribel Almonte
Phone:  701-352-4903
Fax:  701-352-0343
E-Mail:  grafton@metinc.org
URL:  www.metinc.org

Motivation, Education & Training, Inc. (MET, Inc) Fargo
1326 25th St SW Suite D
Fargo,  ND  58103

Description:
Statewide programs helping migrant and seasonal farm workers and their dependents obtain better job opportunities through various programs. Please call for qualification requirements or stop by our office to see what we can do for you.
Hours:
8 AM- 4:30 PM, Monday-Friday

Contact:  Amy Cerna
Phone:  701-241-8442
Fax:  701-241-7016
E-Mail:  fargo@metinc.org
URL:  www.metinc.org

Mott Chamber of Commerce and Community Development
PO Box 116
Mott,  ND  58646

Description:
Mott Chamber of Commerce and Community Development encourages and assists in the development of employment, industry, tourism and economic attributes within Hettinger County.
Hours:
Hours vary

Phone:  (701) 824-2044

Mott Public Library
202 East 3rd Street
Mott,  ND  58646

Description:
Mott Public Library provides a summer reading program, one-on-one computer training by appointment, access to the Internet and monitors correspondence educational testing.
Hours:
12:30 - 4:00 Monday through Thursday; 7:00 - 9:00 pm Monday

Contact:  Bridget Wright
Phone:  (701) 824-2163
Fax:  (701) 824-4008
E-Mail:  mottlibrary@ndsupernet.com
URL:  www.discovermott.com/Library.htm