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Parent Information Center (PIC)
3351 17th Ave. S. Room 33
Grand Forks,  N.D.  58201

The Parent Information Center offers an extensive parenting library including the following areas: special topics,special needs, parenting/disciplining, development/health, home-school partnership, parent self care, parenting videos, children's books and videos, and a toy checkout. Call 701-787-4216 for more information.

Contact:  Jeanne Jorgenson
Phone:  701-787-4216
Fax:  701-787-4079
E-Mail:  pic@gfschools.org
URL:  www.gfschools.org/pic

Parent Resource Center
110 W Broadway Suite 202
Williston,  ND  58801

The Parent Resource Center is a member of the North Dakota Parent Education Network through an affiliation with NDSU Extension Service. The statewide program, PARENTS FOREVER Education for Families in Divorce Transition, is offered regionally in collaboration with Williams County, Divide County and McKenzie County Extension Services. Call for more information about our services! Supporting and strengthening families by providing a variety of free parent education programs (Positive Parenting, Active Parenting, Becoming a Love and Logic Parent and more!) offered throughout the year for those raising children of any age. A free Resource Library of books, audiobooks and videos/DVDs covering a wide range of parenting topics is also available.
8 4:30 p.m. M-F

Contact:  Deb Roel, Coordinator
Phone:  (701) 774-6335
E-Mail:  prc@nd.gov

Parent Resource Center
North Valley Career and Tech Center
1540 School Road
Grafton,  ND  58273

Evenstart is a program offered for parents with children ages 0-7. It is based on 4 educational components: Adult education Child education Parent education Parent and child time Each individual family must participate in every component, and goals in these areas are based on specific goals to meet the needs of the parent and child. Some goals may include: Finishing adult ed through GED or continuing education, parenting issues such as discipline and establishing nurturing routines etc...
The Resource Center is available whenever school is in session, Monday-Friday from 8:30 to 4:00 pm. The Resource Center is located in the North Valley Career and Technology Center in Grafton, ND.

Contact:  Tami Rostvet, Coordinator
Phone:  701-352-3705 ext. 424
Fax:  701-352-3170
E-Mail:  tami.rostvet@sendit.nodak.edu
URL:  www.northvalley.k12.nd.us

Park Avenue Villa
1050 Park Avenue
Dickinson,  ND  58601

Independent living with efficiency, one and two bedroom apartments for people over age 55. Furnished with a stove, refridgerator, and air conditioner. All areas are wheelchair accessible. Optional services include a meal plan, laundry room, beauty shop and guest room. Call (701) 483-3000 for an appointment.
Available 24/7 at (701) 483-3000

Phone:  (701) 483-3000
Fax:  (701) 483-5098
E-Mail:  pav@stlukeshome.com
URL:  www.stlukeshome.com

Parkwood Place
749 South 30th Street
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

Parkwood Place provides apartments, assisted living and basic care to people 55 and older. We have a variety of services such as meal, transportation, activities, care assistants, nurses, housekeeping and more to meet our residents needs. Call 701-780-2600 for more information or to make an appointment.
8:00-5:00, M-F

Contact:  Linda Butler
Phone:  701-780-2600
Fax:  701-780-2626
E-Mail:  lbutler@altru.org
URL:  www.altru.org

Parshall Community Day Care
PO Box 74
Parshall,  ND  58770

Parshall Community Day Care is a non-profit group day care. We are county licensed and participate in the Heartland Food Program. We do keep a waiting list when openings are not immediately available.
Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Contact:  Kim Sanderson and Brooke Lacken
Phone:  701-862-4141

Parshall Resource Center
PO Box 429
Parshall,  ND  58770

The Parshall Resource Center's primary goal is to offer supportive services, guidance and direction to those afflicted with the disease of alcoholism and substance abuse. Through spiritual programs, educational activities and daily living training, the Parshall Resource Center's objectives are to empower the individuals who are affected to live a productive lifestyle and be an asset to themselves as well as to their communities.
24 hours/7 days a week

Contact:  Karmon Taft
Phone:  701-862-3682
Fax:  701-862-3401
E-Mail:  prc@restel.net

PATH - Independent Living Program
1425 21st Avenue NW
Minot,  ND  58703

A comprehensive program for the delivery of adolescent independent living services for youth currently in foster careor for youth who were in foster care at age 18 and are not yet 21 years of age.
Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm

Contact:  Dawn Lockrem
Phone:  701-839-8887
E-Mail:  dlockrem@pathinc.org

Pathfinder Services of ND
Town & Country Center
1015 S Broadway Suite 42
Minot,  ND  58701

The Center provides a range of services and a statewide library for families of children birth-21 years old and professionals involved in general and special education in North Dakota. Our web page offers links to education resource centers nationwide.
Weekdays 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Phone:  701-837-7500
Fax:  701-837-7548
E-Mail:  info@pathfinder-nd.org
URL:  www.pathfinder-nd.org

Pembina County Emergency Food Pantry
PO Box 698
Cavalier,  ND  58220

Emergency food pantry available to residents of Pembina county. Assistance is available by referral from Pembina County Social Services or a member of the Cavalier Ministerial Association.
Call for arrangements.

Contact:  Tina Brevik
Phone:  701-265-8441
E-Mail:  tbrevik@nd.gov

Pembina County Health
301 Dakota St W #2
Cavalier,  ND  58220

The Public Health mission is to prevent illness and injury, promote good health practices, and keep the environment clean, healthy, and safe.
Mon - Fri 8-5

Contact:  Eleanor Stuberg
Phone:  701-265-4248
Fax:  701-265-5193
E-Mail:  estuberg@nd.gov
URL:  pembinacountynd.gov

Pembina County Memorial Hospital/ Wedgewood Manor
PO BOX 380
Cavalier,  N.D.  58220

25 bed acute care hospital and 60 bed skilled nursing facility located in Cavalier. Services provided incude medical/surgical, outpatient clinical services, long term care, emergency services and chemotherapy. Pembina County Memorial Hospital/ Wedgewood Manor is a family centered, integrated healthcare organization.
8:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m . M-F

Contact:  Patti Cameron
Phone:  701-265-8461
Fax:  701-265-6269
E-Mail:  patti.cameron@cavalierhospital.com
URL:  www.cavalierhospital.com

Pembina County Veterans Service Office
308 Courthouse Drive #11
Cavalier,  ND  58220

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.
Open Monday through Friday, 9 to 5

Contact:  Eric Gauthier
Phone:  701-265-4460
Fax:  701-265-4228
E-Mail:  egauthier@nd.gov

People's Diversity Forum, The
Wesley Center
109 9th St. S.
Fargo,  ND  58103

Non-profit organization dedicating services to immigrant refugees, minorities and area newcomers. Services include Transportation Services, advocacy/Intervention, Transitional Services, Networking/Inclusion and Basic Computer Training and Community Resources Referral Service.
Monday - Friday 8am-5pm

Contact:  David Ideele
Phone:  701-235-5440
Fax:  701-235-5440

Perry Center
2355 Meadow Ridge Pkwy
West Fargo,  ND  58078

The purpose of the Perry Center is to minister the love of Jesus Christ to single women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy by providing for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs in a residential setting. Call or visit our website for additional information.

Contact:  Betty Helmer
Phone:  701-241-9289
E-Mail:  director@perrycenter.org
URL:  www.perrycenter.org

PLUS Program
MS 7135
Grand Forks,  ND  58202-7135

The PLUS Program provides free, short-term case management to families throughout Grand Forks County and Walsh County to help them secure needed supports such as: adequate housing, transportation, day care, employment, budgeting, access to parenting resources, and referrals to health and mental health services.

Contact:  Kim Hanson
Phone:  701-213-9945
Fax:  701-777-0407
E-Mail:  und.plus@und.edu
URL:  www.nursing.und.edu/plus/index.cfm

Plymouth Congregational Church
901 Broadway
Fargo,  North Dakota  58102

Individual, Couple and Marriage Counseling Drop in meals (casseroles) Food Pantry Referrals
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., Monday - Friday Sunday Worship 10:30am Other times by appt.

Phone:  701-235-9226
E-Mail:  info@plymouthfargo.org
URL:  www.plymouthfargo.org

Prairie Harvest Human Service Foundation
930 N 3rd Street
Grand Forks,  ND  58203

Supportive services for vulnerable and at-risk person. Current program provides daily living services for individuals with serious mental illness. Helps locate apartments, furniture, and household items. Supported housing available: 24 hour supported 12 plex for individuals with severe mental illness as well as a lodge choice (6 bedroom dwelling � peer support.) Offers supported employment as well as job opportunities. Also provides mentor program for participants of TANF and a SAFE Home for Children in Foster Care.
8:00-5:00, M-F

Contact:  Debra Johnson
Phone:  701-795-9143
Fax:  701-772-5560
E-Mail:  deb@prairieharvest.net
URL:  www.prairieharvest.net

Prairie West Development Foundation
55 1st Street SE
PO Box 784
Beach,  ND  58621

This non-profit Foundation has helped a number of new businesses relocate to the Golden Valley County area. It has also assisted in the promotion of the area by hosting economic development educational programs and sponsoring local individuals to attend classes outside the area. The Foundation encourages companies to select Golden Valley County as their business destination.
8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Debra Walworth
Phone:  (701) 872-3121
Fax:  (701) 872-3121-Call ahead
E-Mail:  prairiewest@midstate.net
URL:  www.beachnd.com

Prescription Connection for North Dakota
600 East Boulevard Avenue - Dept. 401
Bismarck,  ND  58505-0320

Prescription Connection is a program of the North Dakota Insurance Department that connects qualified, low-income people with discount prescription drugs, direct from the pharmaceutical manufacturer. If you are currently taking prescription drugs and you do not qualify for other prescription medication benefits, you may be eligible for this program.
Personal assistance available from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday; Or sign up at the website anytime.

Contact:  Cindy Sheldon
Phone:  701.328.2440 or 1.888.575.6611
Fax:  701.328.9610
E-Mail:  ndshic@nd.gov
URL:  www.rxconnectnd.org/

Prevent Child Abuse North Dakota
418 E Broadway Avenue Suite 70
Bismarck,  ND  58501

Provides child abuse and neglect prevention materials, parenting support and education and referrals.
8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Kathy Mayer, Executive Director
Phone:  (701) 223-9052
Fax:  (701) 355-4362
E-Mail:  pcand@btinet.net
URL:  www.pcand.org/

Pride Inc
PO Box 4068
Bismarck,  ND  58501

SERVICES TO THE ELDERLY: Gracefully Aging provides in home support to allow seniors to retain independence and remain in their homes, such as homemaker, personal care, shopping, etc. Adult day care is also available. Basic care is available at Redwood Village in Wilton, ND. RESIDENTIAL SERVICES TO PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES: Group Home and apartment support is available. Training and support for increased independence. RESIDENTIAL SERVICES TO PEOPLE WITH A MENTAL ILLNESS: Money management & representative payee services, apartment support for increased independence, through Case Aide services. VOCATIONAL SERVICES: Supported employment, job coaching, job placement, day supports, spot jobs, senior services. Designed to increase independence. SUBSTANCE ABUSE: Heritage Recovery Center for people with long term issues with substance abuse and addiction. Admission through West Central Human Service Center. FAMILIES AND CHILDREN: Youth mentor and respite services to support children remaining in the family home. Pride Manchester House for children with serious emotional disturbance. Fees: All services available through a private contract. Based on their eligibility determination, some services are contracted for individuals by the County Service Centers and West Central Human Service Center.
8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Barbara Murry
Phone:  (701) 258-7838
Fax:  (701) 258-7911
E-Mail:  barbm@prideinc.org
URL:  www.prideinc.org

Progress Enterprises, Inc.
1601 Hwy 20 N
Jamestown,  ND  58402

Progress Enterprises provides a Vocational Development Program, Work Services, Supported Employment, Residential Services and a Community Center. The Vocational Development Program is an individualized training program which includes one-on-one instruction as well as a workshop experience when appropriate. The Work Services Program provides an opportunity for individuals who are, at present, unable to accept community employment. Supported Employment Program allows individuals with moderate barriers to employment an opportunity to achieve vocational goals with assistance. Residential Services are available for individuals in crisis. Referrals for this program are made through South Central Human Service Center. The Progress Community Center provides a social atmosphere for qualified individuals.
8:00am - 4:30pm

Phone:  701-252-6994
Fax:  701-252-8153

Progressive Office Experience/Self-Sufficiency Center, in partnership with Fargo Housing and Redevelopment Authority
201 11th Street N
Fargo,  ND  58102

The Progressive Office Experience program provides opportunities for computerized tutorial training, in-office work experience, and customer care in our clothing program. Available computer training includes software that teaches basic computer skills. Working in-office is another chance for people to acquire beneficial work experience before entering a career. Another option is to help fit clients with business apparel in our clothing room, strengthen customer skills and business fashion sense. A $250 per week fee is applied to the employer; scholarships may be available.
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Contact:  Joy Kipp
Phone:  701-237-6355
Fax:  701-237-6553
E-Mail:  JOYK@fargohousing.org
URL:  www.fargohousing.org

Project Advancing Literacy (PAL)
2110 Library Circle
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

Project Advancing Literacy is organized to promote increased literacy among adults in the Greater Grand Forks region. Services are free. One-to-one tutoring is scheduled by appointment and takes place in the Grand Forks Public Library and PAL office. Students need to provide their own transportation and learning supplies.

Contact:  Barbara J. Knipe
Phone:  701-772-1550
Fax:  701-772-1379
E-Mail:  barbara.knipe@sendit.nodak.edu
URL:  www.grandforksgov.com/readpal

Protection and Advocacy Project
400 E Broadway, Suite 409
Bismarck,  ND  58501-4071

The Protection and Advocacy Project (P & A) is a State agency with the mandate to protect and advocate for the rights of individuals with disabilities of all ages. P & A has ten (10) offices across the State of ND. They are located in the cities of: Williston, Minot, Devils Lake, Belcourt, Grand Forks, Grafton, Fargo, Jamestown, Bismarck, and Dickinson. Annual priorities are set which determine the focus (problem areas) for use of federal grants and State dollars. Abuse, neglect, and exploitation of individuals with disabilities remain a priority every year. Other priorities include, but are not limited to: education services, community inclusion, supported decision making and guardianship, behavioral healthcare continuum, criminal justice, employment, healthcare, and voting. Services to eligible clients include: protective services, advocacy assistance and representation, and legal representation. General services include: information and referral, education and training, self-advocacy support, and systems advocacy.
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Contact:  Intake Advocate
Phone:  (701) 328-2950 or 1-800-472-2670
Fax:  (701) 328-3934
E-Mail:  panda@nd.gov
URL:  www.ndpanda.org