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N.D. Adolescent Suicide Prevention Project
523 North 4th St.
PO Box 4106
Bismarck,  ND  58502-4106

Description:
Since implementation of this project in 1999, suicide fatalities for 10-24 year olds dropped 50% in 2001 and 2002, compared to the previous 10 years. The Project focuses on strategies around gatekeeper training, screening efforts, teen-led prevention efforts, home-based tracking, and mentoring efforts. The Project has initiated the North Dakota Mentoring Partnership and hired mentor coordinators in four tribal and two rural regions of the state. For more information, please call 255-3692.
Hours:
9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday with Help-line available 24 hours per day 7 days per week

Contact:  Sharon Bendish
Phone:  (701) 255-3692 or 2-1-1
Fax:  (701) 255-2411
E-Mail:  sbendish@mhand.org
URL:  www.mhand.org

NAMI - Fargo/Moorhead
390 6th Ave S
Fargo,  ND  58501

Description:
NAMI's (National Alliance on Mental Illness) mission is to improve the quality of life for persons of all ages affected by mental illness and their families. The primary functions of NAMI are support, education, and advocacy for services and research.
Hours:
First Tuesday of the Month ~ 7:30 - 9:00 pm Location: Atomic Coffee 222 Broadway, Fargo

Contact:  Jana Tronier
Phone:  701.541.1755
E-Mail:  janatronier@msn.com
URL:  www.nami.org

NAMI - Grand Forks
901 S 20th Street
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

Description:
NAMI's (National Alliance on Mental Illness) mission is to improve the quality of life for persons of all ages affected by mental illness and their families. The primary functions of NAMI are support, education, and advocacy for services and research.
Hours:
Support groups for consumers of mental health services and for their family members meet the 2nd Tuesday at 7:00pm at Valley 4000 Square, 4004 24th Ave S, Grand Forks.

Contact:  Janet Gadaire
Phone:  701-775-4648
E-Mail:  lg@gra.midco.net
URL:  www.nami.org

NAMI - Missouri Valley

Bismarck,  ND  58503

Description:
NAMI's (National Alliance on Mental Illness) mission is to improve the quality of life for persons of all ages affected by mental illness and their families. The primary functions of NAMI are support, education, and advocacy for services and research.
Hours:
Support groups for persons with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia or anxiety disorders and for their family members meet 4th Thurs from 7-9 pm at the Bismarck Public Library, 515 N St, and 2nd Thurs from 7-8:30 at the Morton Mandan Library.

Contact:  Kate Brovold
Phone:  701.471.0253
E-Mail:  kbrovold78@gmail.com
URL:  www.nami.org

NAMI - NWND
PO Box 3215
Minot,  ND  58702

Description:
NAMI's (National Alliance on Mental Illness) mission is to improve the quality of life for persons of all ages affected by mental illness and their families. The primary functions of NAMI are support, education, and advocacy for services and research.
Hours:
Support groups for consumers of mental health services and for their family members meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 6:30 pm at Vincent United Methodist Church, Minot.

Contact:  Janet Sabol
Phone:  701-852-8202
E-Mail:  naminwnd@min.midco.net
URL:  www.nami.org

NAMI - SWND

Dickinson,  ND  58601

Description:
NAMI's (National Alliance on Mental Illness) mission is to improve the quality of life for persons of all ages affected by mental illness and their families. The primary functions of NAMI are support, education, and advocacy for services and research.
Hours:
Call for hours.

Contact:  Christina Dullack
Phone:  701.227.7504
E-Mail:  cdullack@nd.gov
URL:  www.nami.org

NAMI - Williston
1510 9th Ave NW, #714
Williston,  ND  58801

Description:
NAMI's (National Alliance on Mental Illness) mission is to improve the quality of life for persons of all ages affected by mental illness and their families. The primary functions of NAMI are support, education, and advocacy for services and research.
Hours:
Call for hours.

Contact:  Skipp Miller
Phone:  701-774-0296
E-Mail:  greydancer@hotmail.com
URL:  www.nami.org

Native American Development Center
513 East Bismarck Expressway, Ste. 22
Bismarck,  ND  58504

Description:

Hours:


Contact:  Lorraine Davis
Phone:  (701) 595-5181
E-Mail:  execdir@nativectr.com
URL:  www.nativeamericandeveloomentcenter.com

ND Agricultural Mediation Service
600 E. Blvd. Avenue Dept 602
Bismarck,  ND  58505

Description:
The North Dakota Agricultural Mediation Service (AMS) provides farmers with one-on-one assistance in credit, financial matters, and resolving disputes. The AMS annually provides mediation, negotiation, counseling, referral, and other assistance to hundreds of farmers on a broad range of agricultural issues including finances, beginning farmer assistance, and disputes with state and/or federal agencies. The AMS can be contacted at (701)328-4766.
Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday

Phone:  701-328-4766
E-Mail:  kdoan@nd.gov
URL:  www.nd.gov/ndda

ND Dental Association
PO Box 1332
115 N 4th St #2
Bismarck,  ND  58502

Description:
The North Dakota Dental Association was established to meet the needs of its members and to inform the public of the duties, responsibilities and requirements of the dental profession. Information on the website includes dental career resources, a calendar of events, dental resources and member benefits.
Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Phone:  (701) 223-8870
E-Mail:  ndda@midconetwork.com
URL:  www.nddental.com

ND Department of Commerce
1600 E. Century Avenue, Suite 2
P.O. Box 2057
Bismarck,  ND  58502-2057

Description:
Operation Intern Links Students to Employers Governor John Hoeven and the 2007 Legislature recognized the importance of expanding internship and work experience opportunities to the State's postsecondary students as a way for them to make connections with North Dakota businesses with career opportunities in North Dakota. The Operation Intern program fosters those connections through an application for matching dollars in addition to tax credits to qualifying companies. The Workforce Development Division of the North Dakota Department of Commerce will oversee Operation Intern to offer higher education internship and work experience opportunities to North Dakota students. Employers and students interested in participating in Operation Intern can check for program eligibility and submit an application to the North Dakota Department of Commerce.
Hours:
8am-5pm or by appointment

Contact:  Jennifer Dahl
Phone:  701-328-7268
Fax:  701-328-5320
E-Mail:  jdahl@nd.gov
URL:  http://www.ndworkforce.com/programs/operation-intern/

ND DHS Aging Services Division
1237 W Divide, Suite 6
Bismarck,  ND  58501

Description:
In a leadership role, Aging Services will actively advocate for individual life choices and develop quality services in response to the needs of vulnerable adults, persons with physical disabilities and an aging society in North Dakota. Aging Services Division is responsible for the administration of programs and services for older individuals and persons with physical disabilities. The purpose of the state and federally funded programs is to enhance the ability of an individual to maintain independence in his or her own home and community. Services include Long Term Care Ombudsmen, Vulnerable Adult Protective Services, Legal Services, Congregate and Home Delivered meals, Health Maintenance, Outreach, Personal Care, Homemaker Services, Chore Services, Emergency Response System, Specialized Equipment & Supplies, Family Home Care, Adult Day Care, Adult Family Foster Care, Family Caregiver Support Program and the Senior Info-line. Individuals can call the toll free number 1-800-451-8693 for more information or to be referred to a service provider in their area. Information is also available online at www.ndseniorinfoline.com.
Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Jan Engen
Phone:  (701) 328-4601 or for North Dakota Aging & Disability Resource-LINK call 1-800-451-8693
Fax:  (701) 328-8744
E-Mail:  carechoice@nd.gov
URL:  www.carechoice.nd.gov

ND State Commission on National and Community Services
1600 E Century Ave
Bismarck,  North Dakota  58502

Description:
The State Commission's mission is to provide opportunities for North Dakotan's of all ages and backgrounds to engage in service that addresses the state and nation's educational, public safety, environmental, and other human needs to achieve direct and demonstrable results and to encourage all North Dakotans to engage in such service. In doing so, the State Commission will foster civic responsibility, strengthen the ties that bind us together as a people, and provide educational opportunity for those who make a substantial commitment to service. The State Commissions purpose is to foster a bi-partisan, state-level commitment to advancing service initiatives in North Dakota. The State Commission plays a leadership role in developing and communicating a statewide vision and ethic of service and promoting that vision throughout the State.
Hours:


Phone:  (701) 328-6048
Fax:  (701) 328-5320
E-Mail:  rdvolk@nd.gov
URL:  http://www.workforce.nd.gov/volunteer/

NDAD
1808 20th Ave SE
Minot,  ND  58701

Description:
The North Dakota Association for the Disabled is a nonprofit, charitable organization founded by concerned citizens for the purpose of assisting people with mental and physical disabilities in the state of North Dakota, many of whom are not eligible for services from other agencies. For an application please call 1-800-532-NDAD or go to our web site www.ndad.org
Hours:
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Mon - Fri

Contact:  Jennifer Church
Phone:  701-838-8414 or 1-888-999-NDAD (6323)
Fax:  701-838-8425
E-Mail:  jchurch@ndad.org
URL:  www.ndad.org

NDAD
2660 S Columbia Rd
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

Description:
The North Dakota Association for the Disabled is a non-profit, charitable organization founded by concerned citizens for the purpose of assisting people with mental and physical disabilities in the state of North Dakota, many of whom are not eligible for services from other agencies. For an application please call 1-800-532-NDAD or go to our web site: http://www.ndad.org.
Hours:
9:00-5:00, M-F

Contact:  Jeri Hietala, Leslie Stastny
Phone:  701-775-5577
Fax:  701-795-6630
E-Mail:  grandforks@ndad.org
URL:  www.ndad.org

NDSU Community Counseling Services (CCS)
1919 N. University Dr., Suite C
P.O. Box 6050
Fargo,  ND  58108-6050

Description:
NDSU Community Counseling Services (CCS) provides counseling to individuals, couples, families, and groups. Counseling services are provided by advanced graduate students in NDSU's Counselor Education program under the supervision of NDSU faculty and doctoral students. Counseling services are free of charge.
Hours:
By appointment

Phone:  701-231-9750
E-Mail:  ndsu.ccs@gmail.com
URL:  www.ndsu.edu/education/counselor_education/community_counseling_clinical_services/

NDSU Extension
151 S 4th Street
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

Description:
Share information on nutrition, food safety, family and feeding, stress reduction
Hours:
8 AM-5 PM, Monday-Friday

Contact:  Donna Bernhardt
Phone:  780-8229
E-Mail:  donna.bernhardt@ndsu.edu
URL:  www.ag.ndsu.edu

NDSU Extension Service of Richland County
418 2nd Ave N
Wahpeton,  ND  58075

Description:
Provide information and education to the residents of Richland County in the areas of Agriculture, Nutrition, Food Safety, and Health. Youth services include 21st Century Afterschool Program and 4-H.
Hours:
8am-5pm Mon-Fri

Contact:  Dale Siebert
Phone:  701-642-7793
Fax:  701-642-7774
E-Mail:  NDSU.Richland.Extension@ndsu.edu
URL:  www.ag.ndsu.edu/county/richland

NDSU Extension Service, Mercer County
1400 Hwy 49 North #103
Beulah,  ND  58523

Description:
NDSU Extension Service "field offices" offer access to research-based information and provide educational opportunities for all ages. Youth programs include 4-H Youth Development. See website for more information.
Hours:
8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Dena Kemmet
Phone:  (701) 873-5195
Fax:  (701) 873-5993
E-Mail:  dena.kemmet@ndsu.edu
URL:  www.ext.nodak.edu/county/mercer

NDSU Extension Service/Family Nutrition Program-Walsh and Pembina Counties
101 County Road 12-B
Park River,  ND  58270

Description:
Progam provides education for nutrition, food safety, and food resource management. FNP's mission is to increase the ability of individuals and families with limited resources to make wise use of food dollars and develop knowledge and skills in nutrition and food safety. Call office for more information.
Hours:
M-F as needed

Contact:  Susan Fagerholt
Phone:  701-284-6624
Fax:  701-284-7383
E-Mail:  NDSU.Walsh.Extension@ndsu.edu
URL:  www.ext.nodak.edu/county/walsh/walsh.htm

NDSU Extension Service/Rolette County
102 N. 2nd Street
Rolla,  ND  58367

Description:
We extend education to North Dakota residents. Our efforts have a special emphasis on strengthening agriculture and developing the potential of youth, adults, families and communities. Programming on financial management, personal skills, parent education, food and nutrition education.
Hours:
M-F 8:30-4:30

Contact:  Karen Armstrong, Mark Miller
Phone:  701-477-5671
E-Mail:  NDSU.Rolette.Extension@ndsu.edu
URL:  www.ext.nodak.edu/county/rolette/rolette.htm

Neighborhood Development Inc.
108 Burdick Expressway E
Minot,  ND  58701

Description:

Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Contact:  Kay Brunner
Phone:  701-852-0485
Fax:  701-852-3043
E-Mail:  brunnerkay@hotmail.com

Nelson County Council on Aging
414 East E Street
PO Box 274
Lakota,  N.D.  58344

Description:
We distribute funds to groups that provide elderly transportation,food services, foot care, outreach services, and other services to those 60 years of age or older.
Hours:
as needed

Contact:  Marguerite Sitar
Phone:  701-247-2698

Nelson County Housing Authority
208 Main Street
PO Box 566
Lakota,  ND  58344

Description:
25 HUD two and three bedroom aprartments located in six towns in Nelson County. Rental assistance available, utility allowance and storage space. Call L.F.S. Professional Serives 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

Nokomis Child Care Center of The Village Family Service Center
618 23rd St S
Fargo,  ND  58103

Description:
Nokomis childcare center is a private nonprofit childcare center with two locations in Fargo, ND. Childcare is provided to children from birth through age six during the school year and for children up to age nine in a summer school age program. Developmentally appropriate activities are planned daily for all children in a stimulating and nurturing environment. Fees are charged on a sliding fee scale based on number of family members and total gross monthly income. Nokomis believes that all children deserve quality childcare. Priority enrollment is given to families experiencing financial difficulties; children or parents with developmental delays, emotional or behavioral problems; and children at risk of abuse or neglect. Call for more information.
Hours:
Monday through Friday, 7:00am - 5:30pm

Contact:  Jane
Phone:  701-232-5635
Fax:  701-239-0149
E-Mail:  jgreminger@thevillagefamily.org

North Central Human Service Center
1015 South Broadway Suite 18
Minot,  North Dakota  58701

Description:

Hours:
Monday -Friday- 8:00am -5:00pm

Contact:  Marilyn Rudolph
Phone:  701-857-8500 TYY 701-857-8666 Toll Free 1-800-210-7212
Fax:  701-857-8555
E-Mail:  dhsnchsc@nd.gov
URL:  www.state.nd.us/humanservices

North Dakota Child Care Providers, Inc.
328 Cherry Ct.
West Fargo,  ND  58078

Description:
NDCCPI is a non-profit organization committed to the serving child care providers, children need care and their parents. Membership is $10 per year. NDCCPI 2008 annual Spring Conference is scheduled for April 12th at Bismarck's Ramkota Hotel. 6 hours of training will be provided. Contact Earleen for further information.
Hours:


Contact:  MJ Krogh
Phone:  701-371-9799
Fax:  NA
E-Mail:  ndccpi@ctctel.com

North Dakota Coalition for Homeless People
4023 State Street, Suite 40
Bismarck,  ND  58503

Description:
The North Dakota Coalition for Homeless People is a dynamic organization of service providers, joined together to work on the concerns of homelessness in our state. The Coalition believes that housing and other basic human needs should be within everyone's reach in an affordable and dignified manner. Our vision is to be a statewide team of agencies collaborating to end homelessness. Accomplishing this vision requires assistance from every community in the state. Regional Homeless Coalitions provide resources within communities to help accomplish this vision.
Hours:
8:00-4:30

Contact:  Michael Carbone
Phone:  701-390-1635
Fax:  866-497-3363
E-Mail:  administrative@ndhomelesscoalition.org
URL:  www.ndhomelesscoalition.org

North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
PO Box 5521
1800 48th Avenue Southwest
Bismarck,  North Dakota  58506

Description:
Correctional services for individuals sentenced by the court, to include: GED, Chemical Dependancy Treatment, Vocational Skills, Employment & Outside Agency Referrals.
Hours:
7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Contact:  Mike Olson - Case Manager - Missouri River Correctional Center
Phone:  (701) 328-9692
Fax:  (701) 328-9690
E-Mail:  msolson@nd.gov

North Dakota Housing Finance Agency
2624 Vermont Ave.
PO Box 1535
Bismarck,  ND  58502-1535

Description:
The North Dakota Housing Finance Agency administers low-income rental housing through rent subsidies and regulatory oversight of low-income rental housing projects. Please click on the website to find more information on low income rental housing or income qualified rental housing options in your area.
Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Phone:  (701) 328-8080 or 1-800-292-8621
Fax:  (701) 328-8090
E-Mail:  hfainfo@nd.gov
URL:  www.ndhfa.org

North Dakota Implement Dealers Association
1411 32nd St. SW
Fargo,  North Dakota  58108

Description:

Hours:
Most positions consist of daytime hours.

Contact:  Matthew Larsgaard
Phone:  701-293-6822
Fax:  701-293-6824
E-Mail:  mlarsgaard@ndida.com
URL:  www.ndida.com

North Dakota KIDS COUNT
NDSU, P.O. Box 6050, Dept., 2362
1320 Albrecht Blvd, QBB Bldg. Rm 424
Fargo,  ND  58108-6050

Description:
North Dakota KIDS COUNT is dedicated to helping people make informed decisions about policies and programs for children. We provide current, accurate data on several components of child well being to help secure better furtures for all of our state's children.
Hours:


Phone:  701-231-5931
Fax:  701-231-5118
E-Mail:  ndsu.ndkidscount@ndsu.edu
URL:  www.ndkidscount.org/

North Dakota Senior Service Providers
315 N. 20th St.
Bismarck,  ND  58501-4753

Description:
Statewide organization of senior service providers dedicated to assisting seniors in North Dakota to remain in their homes.
Hours:
varied

Contact:  Ellen Owen-President
Phone:  701-255-4648
E-Mail:  bcsap@btinet.net
URL:  ndseniorservices.org

North Dakota Stat RC&D Association
919 Soth 7th St
Suite 310
Bismarck,  ND  58504

Description:
Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) is a unique partnership between the Federal government and communities. The program helps people care for and protect their natural resources in a way that will improve the area's economy, environment, and living standards. It provides a way for people to initiate, sponsor, plan and implement projects that will make communities better places to live. RC&D projects provide practical solutions for: (1) community development, (2) land conservation, (3) land management, and (4) water management.
Hours:
8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday

Phone:  (701) 250-4222
E-Mail:  dakotaprairiesrcd@gmail.com
URL:  www.nd.nrcs.usda.gov

North Dakota Trial Lawyers Association
PO Box 365
Mandan,  ND  58544

Description:
Public Education, Continuing Legal Education Programs, Safety and Prevention Programs, Bicycle Helmets for Kids, Mentoring, Scholarships.
Hours:


Contact:  Al Austad
Phone:  (701) 663-3916
URL:  www.ndtla.com

Northeast Human Service Center
151 South 4th St
Suite 401
Grand Forks,  North Dakota  58201

Description:
Northeast Human Service Center offers programs designed to improve quality of life for people. We provide direct services to eligible individuals or families who are vulnerable or at risk as well as supervise the state regulated programs administered through County Social Services. Programs include Child Welfare Aging Services Infant Development Foster Grandparent Developmental Disability Services Counseling Family Preservation Services Extended Care for adults with serious mental illness 24 hour crisis intervention services Medical services-Psychiatric and med management Vocational Rehabilitation Services and we operate: Ruth Meiers, an Adolescent treatment facility. Addiction Services include: evaluation, adult and adolescent treatment, aftercare, a short term residential program, an adolescent residential program and a halfway house.
Hours:
8-5 pm Wed, Thurs , Friday 8-8 Mon and Tues 24 hour crisis line

Contact:  Kate Kenna, Director
Phone:  795-3000
Fax:  795-3050
E-Mail:  dhsnehsc@nd.gov

Northern Plains Electric Cooperative
609 4th Ave
PO Box 608
Cando,  ND  58324

Description:
Community and Business Development Services including Revolving Loan Fund and access to other funding for new and expanding businesses.
Hours:
8 am to 5 pm M-F

Contact:  JoAnn Rodenbiker
Phone:  701.968.3314
Fax:  701.968.1747
E-Mail:  justask@nplains.com
URL:  www.nplains.com

Northern Plains RC&D
218 4th Street SW
Devils Lake,  ND  58301

Description:
Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) is a unique partnership between the Federal government and communities. The program helps people care for and protect their natural resources in a way that will improve the area's economy, environment, and living standards. It provides a way for people to initiate, sponsor, plan and implement projects that will make communities better places to live. RC&D projects provide practical solutions for: (1) community development, (2) land conservation, (3) land management, and (4) water management.
Hours:
8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Jill Haakenson
Phone:  (701) 662-7956
Fax:  (701) 662-4172
E-Mail:  jill.haakenson@nd.usda.gov
URL:  www.nd.nrcs.usda.gov

Northland Christian Counseling Center
2315 Library Circle
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

Description:
Northland Christian Counseling Center (NCCC) is an inter-denominational ministry designed to supplement the work of Christian churches in the Greater Grand Forks area and surrounding community. The purpose of NCCC is to offer a ministry which aids in the development of each individual's potential; emotionally, physically, socially, intellectually, and spiritually through endeavors that include counseling and educational services based on the Word of God. We currently have one full time counselor and four part-time counselors.
Hours:
8:00-5:00, M-F

Phone:  701-795-8550 or 877-795-6222
Fax:  701-795-8550
URL:  northlandccc.com

Northland Community Health Center
PO Box 430
401 2nd Ave
Rolette,  ND  58366

Description:
Northland Community Health Center (NCHC) is a federally funded Community Health Center that provides services to people regardless of their ability to pay. NCHC is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of individuals from each of the four communities we serve: McClusky, Rolette, Rolla and Turtle Lake.
Hours:
Medical Clinics in McClusky, Rolette, Rolla, and Turtle Lake: Monday-Friday 8AM to 5 PM Evening clinics on Monday till 6:30 in some locations. Dental Clinic - Turtle Lake Monday - Friday 8AM-5PM

Contact:  Nikki Medalen, BSN, PHN, MS
Phone:  701-537-3486
Fax:  701-246-3392
E-Mail:  nmedalen@northlandchc.org
URL:  www.northlandchc.org

Northlands Rescue Mission
420 Division Avenue
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

Description:
We provide shelter to homeless individuals free for the first thirty days in exchange for daily chores. Private rooms are available in exchange for service fees to cover maintenance of the rooms and mission. We have an on-site feeding program that provides three meals a day for residents and non-residents. The Northlands Center develops and strengthens resident life skills through education, encouragement and employment preparation, equipping them to become productive members of the community. We provide a long term Bible-based, church-involved rehabilitation program. Eligibility requirement: Must be at least 18 years of age.
Hours:
Services Available 24 hours

Phone:  701-772-6609
Fax:  701-787-5603
E-Mail:  info@jointhemission.org
URL:  www.jointhemission.org

Northwest Human Service Center
316 2nd Ave West
PO Box 1266
Williston,  ND  58802

Description:
Northwest Human Service Center provides help to individuals and families in many problem areas including personal and emotion problems, family issues, addiction related issues and disability issues. Fees for our services are determined on a sliding fee schedule based on family income and size. First time appointments may be made through calling our listed number(s).
Hours:
Monday 8am-6pm Tuesday 8am-6pm Wed 8am-6pm Thur 8am-6pm Friday 8am-5pm

Phone:  701-774-4600
Fax:  701-774-4620
URL:  www.nd.gov/dhs/locations/regionalhsc/northwest/index.html

Northwood NELC Food Pantry
6 N. Raymond Street
Northwood,  ND  58267

Description:
The Northwood Food Pantry services the Northwood School District. We follow the Lutheran Social Services Food Bank guidelines for qualifying. A client can have one free time before having to show evidence of qualifying. We accept referrals from other area agencies.
Hours:
4:00pm-6:00pm every other Friday or by appointment

Contact:  Kay Case
Phone:  701-587-5862
E-Mail:  hkcase@polarcomm.com

Nutrition and Supportive Service
Hwy 5
Belcourt,  ND  58316

Description:
Provide congregate meals, home delivered meals, transportation, outreach, shopping escorts, visiting and help with chores to those age 60 and above. Bus transportation to elderly and general public.
Hours:
M-F 8:00-4:30

Contact:  Alfreda Morin
Phone:  701-477-6609
Fax:  701-477-6497

Nutrition for the Elderly
P.O. Box D - 54
101 Agency Ave
Fort Yates,  North Dakota  58538

Description:
Provides nutritious, home delivered noon meals to elders 60+ or disabled individuals. Referrals to IHS, BIA, and tribal programs. Referrals for supportive services for caregiver support. Works with Carelink program.
Hours:
Monday through Friday, 8:00-4:30 pm

Contact:  Luella Harrison
Phone:  (701) 854-3846
Fax:  (701) 854-4250
E-Mail:  nfe@westriv.com

NVCTC
1540 School Road
Grafton,  ND  58237

Description:
GED Preparation, English as a Second Language, and Citizenship Classes. Must be at least 16 years old and not in school. Program is at no cost to students. Call for appointment.
Hours:
Classroom is open daily by appointment during the school year.

Phone:  701-352-3705
URL:  www.northvalley.k12.nd.us

NW North Dakota Grantwriter's Roundtable
c/o NDSU Extension Service
PO Box 5005
Minot,  ND  58702-5005

Description:
Northwest North Dakota Grant Writer's Roundtable has been formed to support the collaborative efforts of individuals, groups and agencies seeking funding through grants. The Roundtable provides a time, place and forum for those working with grants in northwest North Dakota to come together to share with and learn from one another. "By improving our success in attracting and managing grants we can significantly supplement the economic activity in northwest North Dakota." Dallas Knudson, Past-Chairman
Hours:


Phone:  701-857-6450
URL:  www.nwndgrantwriters.org/index.html