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Ramsey County Farm Bureau
300 Walnut St W
PO Box 97
Devils Lake,  ND  58301

Description:
We are a grassroots non-profit organization which works from its members up to enact legislation which is favorable to the farming communtiy. Provide scholarships for the Farm Management Program at Lake Region State College which teaches money management and bookkeeping record skills. Teach Farm Safety to 2nd and 5th grade students in all Ramsey County schools free of charge. Presentations include video, hand-outs and demonstrations. I-Safe Internet program for use by fifth grade educators in the classroom.
Hours:
8:30-4:30, M-F

Contact:  Sue Ann Locker
Phone:  701-662-2214
Fax:  701-662-3413

Ramsey County Housing Authority
605 3rd Street NE
PO Box 691
Devils Lake,  ND  58301-0691

Description:
Ramsey County Housing Authority's mission is to provide safe, affordable housing for the low income and moderate income residents of Ramsey County and to promote the economic self-sufficiency of the families being served in an environment without discrimination. Public housing and housing choice voucher program available.
Hours:
8:00-5:00, M-F

Contact:  Glenda Deplazes
Phone:  701-662-3099
Fax:  701-662-6099
E-Mail:  rchagd@goNDTC.com

Rebuilding Together (formerly Christmas in April)

600 South 2nd Street, Suite #8
Bismarck,  ND  58502

Description:
Christmas In April is a one-day "blitz" held the last Saturday in April. It provides home repair assistance to low-income elderly and/or disabled homeowners. The service is supported by contributions of time, labor, materials and money and uses volunteers to complete the repairs at no cost to the homeowner. Referrals should be made by December 31st.
Hours:
8:00 - 4:30

Contact:  Judy Schaff
Phone:  (701) 221-3232
Fax:  (701) 223-5775

Red River RD&C
Chase Building, Suite 101
516 Cooper Avenue
Grafton,  ND  58237

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:  Paul Wellman
Phone:  (701) 352-0127
Fax:  (701) 352-3015
E-Mail:  paul.wellman@nd.usda.gov
URL:  www.nd.nrcs.usda.gov

Red River Regional Council
516 Cooper
Grafton,  N.D.  58237

Description:
RRRC provides planning and technical assistance to communities, counties, private and non-profit groups. Assistance relates to housing, economic development, community development, tourism, and environmental quality. Call 701-352-3550 for an appointment.
Hours:
8:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m . M-F

Contact:  Juluis Wangler
Phone:  701-352-3550
Fax:  701-352-3015
E-Mail:  rrrc@nd.gov

Red River Valley Community Action
1013 North 5th Street
Grand Forks,  ND  58203

Description:
RRVCA is a private, non-profit human service organization that works to focus private and public resources with the goal of helping low-income people improve their lives. This includes helping people obtain the education, skills, knowledge and motivation they need to achieve economic independence for the rest of their lives. Programs include: budget counseling, case management, legal aid, energy assistance, rental assistance, weatherization, home rehabilitation, first time homebuyers assistance, youth after school program, KEYS in Innervisions, bus passes in Grand Forks, furnace/cooling replacement and repair, senior health insurance counseling. Individual developed accounts program. Must meet federal poverty guidelines to be eligible for services.
Hours:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm M-F

Contact:  Kent Keys
Phone:  701-746-5431, 800-450-1823
Fax:  701-746-0406
E-Mail:  kentkeys@rrvca.com
URL:  www.rrvca.com

Red River Valley Community Action-Grafton
Chase Building
516 Cooper Avenue
Grafton,  ND  58237

Description:
RRVCA is a private, non-profit human service organization that works to focus private and public resources with the goal of helping low-income people improve their lives. This includes helping people obtain the education, skills, knowledge and motivation they need to achieve economic independence for the rest of their lives. Programs include: budget counseling, case management, legal aid, energy assistance, rental assistance, weatherization, home rehabilitation, first time homebuyers assistance, youth after school program, KEYS in Innervisions, bus passes in Grand Forks, furnace/cooling replacement and repair, senior health insurance counseling. Must meet federal poverty guidelines to be eligible for services.
Hours:
Mon. thru Friday 8:00 - 4:30

Contact:  Julie Hovde
Phone:  701-352-0620
Fax:  701-352-3015
E-Mail:  jhovde@rrvca.com
URL:  www.rrvca.com

Red River Valley Community Action-Michigan
322 State Avenue South
Michigan,  ND  58259

Description:
RRVCA is a private, non-profit human service organization that works to focus private and public resources with the goal of helping low-income people improve their lives. This includes helping people obtain the education, skills, knowledge and motivation they need to achieve economic independence for the rest of their lives. Programs include: budget counseling, case management, legal aid, energy assistance, rental assistance, weatherization, home rehabilitation, first time homebuyers assistance, youth after school program, KEYS in Innervisions, bus passes in Grand Forks, furnace/cooling replacement and repair, senior health insurance counseling. Must meet federal poverty guidelines to be eligible for services.
Hours:
M - F 8:00 - 12:00

Contact:  Mildred Larson
Phone:  701-259-2225
URL:  www.rrvca.com

Red River Valley Concierge
118 N 6th Street
Wahpeton,  ND  58075

Description:
New resident services bureau providing free information on employment, housing, daycare, community service, entertainment and much more.
Hours:
Monday through Friday; 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Contact:  Tessa Tschakert
Phone:  701 642-8744
Fax:  701 642-8745
E-Mail:  tessa@wahpetonbreckenridgechamber.com
URL:  www.rrvc.net

Red River Valley Dental Access Project
PO Box 1748
Fargo,  ND  58107

Description:
The Red River Valley Dental Access Project is an oral health coalition committed to improving access to oral health care through advocacy, education, expanding and developing the workforce, assuring services and creating unified strategies to improve access.
Hours:
Office Hours: 8am-5pm, Mon-Fri. Urgent Care Walk-In Dental Clinic runs every Tuesday with sign-up time at 4pm and the 1st & 3rd Friday of the month with sign-up time at 11:30am.

Contact:  Michelle Berg
Phone:  701-364-5364
Fax:  701-271-3346
E-Mail:  mberg@rrdentalaccess.com
URL:  www.rrdentalaccess.com

Red River Valley Foster Grandparent Program
151 S. 4th Street
Suite 401
Grand Forks,  ND  58201

Description:
Men and women age 60 and over work with children with special and exceptional needs in their community. Receive stipend and other benefits.
Hours:
8:00A - 5:00P

Contact:  Karen Hillman
Phone:  701-795-3112 or 888-256-6742
Fax:  701-795-3050
E-Mail:  khillman@nd.gov
URL:  www.nationalservice.org

Red River Valley Habitat for Humanity
711 N. Washington Street
Grand Forks,  ND  58203

Description:
Building homes in partnership with low income people in need. Must currently be living in sub-standard housing, be willing to perform 500 hours of sweat equity, be denied a conventional mortgage loan, and meet HUD's low-income guidelines.
Hours:
M-F 9:00 - 12:00 noon; Sa 9:00 - 5:00

Contact:  Donna Stumphf
Phone:  701-772-4418 or 218-791-1010 cell

Region I Independent Living Program
110 W Broadway Suite 202
Williston,  ND  58801

Description:
Under the guidelines of the North Dakota Chafee Foster Care Independence Program, this program serves eligible foster care youth from Region I (Divide, McKenzie and Williams Counties) as they prepare to transition out of the foster care system by providing them with opportunities to strengthen their independent living skills and learn about community resources that are available to them.
Hours:


Contact:  Deb Roel, Coordinator
Phone:  (701)774-6335
Fax:  (701)572-9794
E-Mail:  prc@nd.gov

Region V Right Track
Eagles Education Center
3502 S. University
Fargo,  ND  58104

Description:
Provides free home-based developmental screenings for children under 3 years old in Cass, Richland, Ransom, Sargent, Steele, and Traill counties. Also provides resources on child development, parenting, and other issues.
Hours:
Available at convenient times for families - day, evening, weekends

Contact:  Mari Quittschreiber
Phone:  701-793-3722
Fax:  1-866-864-2315
E-Mail:  righttrackV@kidsprogramnd.com
URL:  www.kidsprogramnd.com/Fargo.php

Region VII Children's Services Network
600 South 2nd Street Suite 8
Bismarck,  ND  58504

Description:
The purpose of Region VII CSC is to oversee the coordination and delivery of services in Region VII to families with children at risk. Our mission is to assist Region VII communities with planning and coordinating needed services for children and families.
Hours:
The Children's Services Network is open to any agency or organization that provides services to children. The CSN plans to meet the 1st Tuesday of each month at 12:00 Noon - meeting location will vary. Call above # for more details.

Contact:  Dacotah Foundation
Phone:  701-223-4517
Fax:  701-223-5775

Regional and Senior Services
18 Main Street
Williston,  ND  58801

Description:
The main goal of the Outreach Program is to provide information and assistance to persons age 60 and over, helping them to be independent, and remain in control of their own lives. Services available include Food/Nutrition, Health Needs, Home Management, Financial Assistance, Educational & Job Related Activities, Social Activities, Hearing and Vision Needs, Personal Needs, Transportation, Mental Health, and Veteran's Benefits.
Hours:
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

Phone:  701-577-6751 and Outreach Services 701-577-6752

Rehab Services, Inc.
112 2nd Avenue SW
Minot,  ND  58701

Description:
Rehab Services, Inc. is a private, non-profit agency that was started in 1988 to assist persons with a disability in gaining employment in the community. Since its inception, RSI has grown to 13 programs serving individuals with unique needs. RSI offers employment programming, housing and community services in the Ward County area of the North Dakota. RSI's website gives a more complete list of available services. RSI is a Ticket to Work Employment Network and also works closely with Vocational Rehabilitation in providing employment support services for persons with a disability.
Hours:
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Contact:  Jay Klabunde, Director
Phone:  701-839-4240
Fax:  701-838-2621
E-Mail:  rsi@minot.com
URL:  www.minotrehabservices.com

Resettlement Services-New American Services
1325 11th Street South
Fargo,  ND  58103

Description:
Resettlement Services provides initial resettlement of refugees, case management and employment services to support newly arrived families in achieving economic self-sufficiency.
Hours:
8-5, Monday-Friday

Contact:  Sabina Abaza
Phone:  701-235-7341
Fax:  701-235-7359
E-Mail:  sabaza@lssnd.org
URL:  www.lssnd.org

Resource Center, The
Box 1127
Fargo,  ND  58107

Description:
The Resource Center is a nonprofit capacity building program for nonprofit organizations and rural communities in North Dakota. It is a division of the North Dakota Community Foundation that operates with support from the Otto Bremer Foundation and fees for services. This support allows The Resource Center to provide services to grassroots organizations and rural communities for minimal fees. Services offered by the Resource include: Assistance for nonprofit organizations that includes planning, board development and fundraising, peer-to-peer mentoring for non-profits, rural community planning assistance, rural community project development and planning, publications on grantseeking, board training and community project development are available. The Resource Center director can also provide workshops on grantseeking, board development, and fundraising. The Resource Center Director may be contacted by e-mail or toll-free telephone.
Hours:
8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Cher Hersrud
Phone:  1-866-889-8265
E-Mail:  hersrud@fargocity.com
URL:  www.NDCF.net

Restorative Justice
1325 11th St S
Fargo,  ND  58103

Description:
Restorative Justice is a philosophy that focuses on the harm caused by crime, rather than just the legal violation of laws and rules. Restorative Justice encourages accountability, works to repair harm done to the victim and promotes safe and secure communities. The program offers Juvenile Accountability Conferences, Victim Empathy Seminars and Community Restorative Justice Councils.
Hours:
6AM - 4 PM Monday - Thursday

Contact:  Terra Smith
Phone:  701-271-3241
Fax:  701-235-7359
E-Mail:  tsmith@lssnd.org
URL:  www.lssnd.org

Richardton Development Company
128 N B Street
PO Box 352
Richardton,  ND  58652

Description:
The Richardton Development Company encourages and assists in the development of employment, industry, tourism and economic attributes within the Richardton area.
Hours:
9:00 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Frank Kirschenheiter
Phone:  (701) 974-3953
Fax:  (701) 974-2125
E-Mail:  charmark@ndsupernet.com

Richardton Health Center
212 3rd Avenue West
Richardton,  ND  58652

Description:
The Richardton Health Center provides for the physical health needs of the Richardton area.
Hours:
Open 24 hours per day / 7 days per week

Contact:  Judy Myran
Phone:  (701) 974-3304
E-Mail:  richhc@ndsupernet.com
URL:  www.RichardtonHospital.org

Richland County Health Department
413 3 Avenue North
Wahpeton,  ND  58075

Description:
Public Health to include: foot care clinics, health screenings, HIV & TB testing, immunizations (adult and children), Women's Way (breast and cervical cancer early detection program), car seat program, newborn visits, preschool screenings, school health, Optimal Pregnancy Outcome Program, Safe Communities (injury prevention related to traffic safety), and Community Resource Coordinator (assist the uninsured and underinsured to again entry into and receive healthcare services). Certified Home Health Agency , Family Planning (Reproductive health education and services), WiC Program ( Supplemental food program for woman, infants and children)
Hours:
8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Contact:  Deb Flack
Phone:  701-642-7735
Fax:  701-642-7746
E-Mail:  dflack@co.richland.nd.us

Richland County Social Services
413 3rd Ave N
Wahpeton,  ND  58075

Description:
County social service agency. Administers the economic assistance, child welfare, and adult services programs offered throughout Richland County.
Hours:
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday - Friday

Contact:  Kristen Hasbargen
Phone:  (701)642-7751
Fax:  (701)642-7826
E-Mail:  khasbargen@co.richland.nd.us

Richland Wilkin Emergency Food Pantry
699 8th Ave So
Wahpeton,  ND  58075

Description:
The food pantry is for emergency food assistance and can be used three times per year unless referred by Social Services.
Hours:
Monday closed Tuesday 1:00 to 3:00 pm Wednesday 1:00 to 3:00 pm Thursday 1:00 to 3:00 and 6:30 to 7:30 pm Friday 1:00 to 3:00 pm

Contact:  Karen Stroklund Director
Phone:  701-642-1921
E-Mail:  kstroklu@hotmail.com

Riverside Evangelical Church
814 Main St W
Mayville,  ND  58257

Description:
Riverside Evangelical Free Church is part of the Evangelical Free Church of America (for information on the Free Church you can go to their website at efca.org). Along with our regular Sunday morning service, we have weekly Wednesday evening programs: for grades K-6 we have the Awana program, grade 7-12 is our youth program, and we also have an Adult Bible Study. These are only a few of the services we offer. For more information, feel free to call our church at 701-786-4181.
Hours:
varied, call for an appointment

Contact:  Shirley Nelson
Phone:  701-786-4181
Fax:  701-786-9075
E-Mail:  wordsow@polarcomm.com
URL:  www.riversideefc.com

Rolette County Senior Meals and Services
119 6th Avenue NE
PO Box 274
Rolla,  ND  58367

Description:
Provides congregate and home delivered meals, transportation and outreach services to qualified individuals in the communities of Rolla, Rolette, Dunseith and St. John.
Hours:
M-F 8:00 - 4:30

Contact:  Trudy Disrud
Phone:  701-477-6421
Fax:  701-477-6421
E-Mail:  nutusms@utma.com

Rolla Community Day Care
111 6th Avenue NE
Rolla,  ND  58367

Description:
Provide child care for children, birth through 12 years. Licensed by North Dakota Department of Human Services. Provide transportation to and from school and to summer programs. Pre-school education program. Follow guidelines of USDA school food program.
Hours:
6:30am-5:30pm, M-F

Contact:  Debbie Hudson
Phone:  701-477-6681
E-Mail:  rcdc@utma.com

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Bismarck
609 N 7th Street
PO Box 7323
Bismarck,  ND  58507

Description:
The Bismarck Ronald McDonald House is a "home away from home" for families of seriously ill children receiving medical treatment at any of the Bismarck/Mandan hospitals or clinics. The House serves families of children ages newborn through 18 years. The Bismarck Ronald McDonald House has eight guest rooms that can accomodate up to four persons and equipped with a private bathroom. Common areas include a large kitchen, great room and family room, play areas, game room, free laundry, library, sun room, and gazebo and deck. The House is a cooperative living environment, and all guests are expected to asist with simple cleaning and housekeeping tasks. Prepared meals are not provided, but donated food is available. Families are asked to pay $10.00/night based upon their ability to pay. However, no one is turned away due to inability to pay. Admissions to the House are handled through local hospitals, clinics and social service agencies.
Hours:
8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Kathy
Phone:  (701) 258-8551
Fax:  (701) 258-5076

Roosevelt Public / Grant County Jr. High School
210 2nd Avenue W
Carson,  ND  58529

Description:

Hours:
Call for appointment

Phone:  701-622-3263

Rural Mental Health Consortium
307 5th Avenue SE Suite 502
Minot,  ND  58701

Description:
Rural Mental Health Consortium (RMHC) provides assessment, counseling, medication, evaluation and management, educational programs, and consultation with other providers/agencies in a client's home community. RMHC provides these services in Rolla, Bottineau, Harvey, Kenmare, and Rolette. Services are provided by a Clinical Nurse Specialist, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and a Clinical Psychologist. For more information, please call (701) 857-2199.
Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

Contact:  Julli Nissen
Phone:  701-857-2199
Fax:  701-857-2662
E-Mail:  julli.nissen@trinityhealth.org

Ruth Meiers Hospitality House
1800 E Broadway Avenue
Bismarck,  ND  58501

Description:
The Ruth Meiers Hospitality House provides housing and supportive services to assist homeless and low income people in achieving self-sufficiency. The following services are available: Emergency shelter for men (18 beds); transitional shelter for men (7 beds); emergency shelter for women and women with children (18 beds); a free meal in the Stone Soup Kitchen Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 11:45 to 12:45 (4 days per week/all year round); food pantry; case management services.
Hours:
8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday

Contact:  Sue Martin
Phone:  (701) 222-2108
Fax:  (701) 222-4101
E-Mail:  suejm@rmhh.org
URL:  www.rmhh.org