Directory for Human Services Organizations
American Cancer Society
Contact Person: Heidi LaBree
2401 46th Ave. SE #102 Mandan, ND 58544 (map)
A nationwide community based voluntary health organization, dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, to save lives and diminish suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy and service.
Badlands Human Service Center
Contact Person: Tim Sauter
300 13th Avenue West, Suite 1 Dickinson, ND 58601 (map)
Trained professionals at Badlands Human Service Center provide help to individuals and families who are experiencing personal and emotional problems, family and relationship issues, dealing with addiction and disability issues, and others.
Community Action Partnership
Community Options Inc
Contact Person: Bryan Wetch
193 24th St E, Ste 103 Dickinson, ND 58601 (map)
Community Options, Inc. is dedicated to supporting people, through individual choice, to live a lifestyle which gives dignity and respect. Community Options was founded in 1997 because the owners believed in providing personalized services directed by customers and their families. Our continued commitment is to partner with each of our customers, their family or guardian, friends, neighbors, co-workers, professionals and employers to attain their desired outcomes and goals. The success of Community Options, Inc. depends on the satisfaction of our customers and the realization of their dreams and goals.
Dakota Boys & Girls Ranch
Contact Person: Carla Isom
7151 15th St S Fargo, ND 58104 (map)
Phone: 701-364-0264 or 701-799-0380
About Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch Non-profit status Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch is designated as tax-exempt from Federal income tax under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Mission Statement We help at-risk children and their families succeed in the name of Christ. Vision Our vision is that all children and families achieve greater success in life. Values We create a Christ-centered environment where meaning, hope and purpose happen for at risk children and their families We reach beyond the status quo by our inherent commitment to quality and continued improvement We practice good stewardship to provide a financial return sufficient for present and future needs We respect all voices, all cultures, all perspectives We treat with dignity all those with whom we interact We provide comprehensive therapeutic and educational services
Dakota Center for Independent Living, Inc.
Contact Person: Chantel Zeller
26 - 1st Street East, Suite 103 Dickinson, ND 58601 (map)
Provides the folling core services at no charge to our consumers: Information & referral, Individual & Systems Advocacy, Independent Living Skills Training, ADA assessments, Nursing Home & Money assistance, Follows the Person Transisiton Services, Technology assistance, Ramps & home modifications
Elder Care – Public Transit
Contact Person: Colleen Rodakowski
361 26th St E Dickinson, ND 58601 (map)
Elder Care is a non-profit agency providing congregate and home delivered meals to seniors over 60 years of age in all eight counties of SW ND. Our Reach workers refer seniors over 60 years of age to various businesses and agencies for assistance in helping them remain independent in their homes. Open everyday from 6:45am - 10:00pm
Employer Support of the Guard & Reserve
Housing, Industry, Training Inc. (H.I.T.)
RSVP+ Dakota West
Contact Person: Rick Gordan
117 1st Street East Dickinson, ND 58601 (map)
RSVP+ Dakota West invites individuals of all ages to enhance personal growth, develop leadership skills, and meet critical community needs through meaningful volunteer service opportunities. RSVP+ Dakota West serves the 8 counties of SW North Dakota. We recruit volunteers to volunteer in non profit organizations and government agencies. Volunteer positions are as diverse and unique as the individuals who serve!
St. Benedict’s Health Center
Contact Person: Jon Frantsvog
851 4th Avenue East Dickinson, ND 58601-4014 (map)
St. Benedict’s Health Center is a nursing facility where health, choice, and independence come to life. We offer skilled nursing services, transitional short rehabilitation stays, and special care for those with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Other services included are therapy (physical, occupational, and speech), social services, activities, culinary services, and spiritual care. Our quality of care is nationally recognized: our facility was the first in the nation to receive the AHCA/NCAL Sep III Quality Award. Generations Child Daycare is an extension of the ministry and services of St. Benedict's Health Center. We are open early morning hours and extended evening hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Preferred rates are available to individuals who perform shift work in the 24/7 healthcare/medical field. Contact Brenda Woehl or Rita Dvorak 701-456-7377 Northland PACE Senior Care Services is designed to keep seniors who are at risk for nursing home care living independently at home by providing the highest level of healthcare. This includes healthcare appointments to help participants remain as healthy and independent as possible. The program includes medications, eye glasses, hearing aids, and other assistance that PACE doctors may prescribe. Additional services may include in-home assistance. A Care Team coordinates all aspects of healthcare and inhome services for PACE participants, and includes a physician, nurse practitioner, registered nurse, social worker, health aids, and several others who assist. Contact Deanna Baranko 701-456-7387.