Directory for Government & Community
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.
American Petroleum Institute – Dickinson Chapter
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.
Contact Person: Michelle Hinrichs
830 2nd Avenue East Dickinson, ND 58601 (map)
Benedict court is a beautiful Assisted Living facility, designed to promote an independent lifestyle with community activities happening in your own neighborhood. A living area provides a gathering place for tenants and guests, and a private family room is available for special occasions. Each apartment is designed with a full kitchen, dining area, and private entrance. We are able to provide assistance with daily living needs if necessary, while encouraging as much independence as possible.
Best Friends Mentoring Program & Western Wellness Foundation, Inc.
Break Forth Bible Church
Contact Person: Larry Phalen or Pam Steckler
38 South State Ave Dickinson, ND 58601 (map)
Break Forth Bible Church is a local church serving Southwestern North Dakota and Eastern Montana. Currently 3 BFBC Churches located in: Dickinson, ND Glendive, MT Miles City, MT Our vision is "Revealing a Friend" We are taking the word of God to our communities with hopes of saturating this area with the power of the Gospel. We host Sunday AM & PM, Wednesday PM services and bible studies. Outreach Ministry includes: Puppets & 4 inflatable Bounce Games
BSC SW Workforce Training Region
Contact Person: DeEll Jordre
PO Box 26 Richardton, ND 58601 (map)
Camp ReCreation founded in 1975, is a Christian summer camp for people with developmental disabilities. Camp ReCreation aims to pair young adult counselors with campers who have special needs on a one-to-one basis. As they participate in each day’s activities, this pairing builds bridges of understanding and friendship. Camp ReCreation promotes respect, community involvement and volunteerism. This life changing experience takes place at the Richardton-Taylor High School in Richardton, North Dakota. Camp activities include, but are not limited to, group activities like crafts, music, games and faith formation, as well as special events such as bowling, swimming, a dance, carnival, picnics, live entertainment and a bonfire.
Central Dakota Children’s Choir
Contact Person: Karen Traeholt
1810 Schafer St, Suite 4 Bismarck, ND 58501 (map)
Central Dakota Children's Choir is a result of a project for the Chamber of Commerce Leadership Bismarck-Mandan program. To meet the criteria of the proposal for the project, music teachers were surveyed, community music supporters met, and information about other children's choirs was assessed. Once it was determined that a children's choir was a viable possibility for the community, a timetable was set up to make this dream a reality. At this time a partnership with Bismarck-Mandan Junior Service League (JSL) was developed. JSL, a women's organization of all ages committed to promoting voluntarism and improving the community through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers, adopted CDCC as their project. JSL's financial assistance, as well as use of their volunteers, has made the continued growth of this organization possible. During the summer of 1998, the board of directors was established, the director, Teri Fay Storhaug, was hired, and the articles of incorporation were registered as a North Dakota non-profit corporation. The name, Central Dakota Children's Choir, was selected to reflect our regional membership. Due to the great success of the choir during its first three years, the organization expanded to three choirs for the 2001-2002 season to include grades 3 - 9. The fall of 2004 sees the addition of our 4th choir, Cantus, for high school students, and in 2005, Angelica, a women's treble choir was added. CDCC sang for a collective audience of 14,000 last season. It is the goal of CDCC to maintain a steady planned growth as it evolves into a strong organization which provides a nurturing environment where children aspire to their highest level of musical artistry and personal development. Parents are vital to our success! The parent volunteers perform a wide range of functions, from hospitality, transportation, rehearsal and musical assistance to help with performances, auditions, communication, publicity, and anything else one could think of. Please consider this an invitation to lend a hand.
Central Stark & Western Soil Conservation District
Contact Person: Bonnie Twogood
2493 4th Avenue West Dickinson, ND 58601-2623 (map)
Phone: 225-3811 ext 3
Central Stark and Western Soil Conservation District provides the following services and products: Machine Tree Planting Fabric Weed Barrier Installation Animal Repellent Tree Protectors (2 or 4 foot) Flags Staples, Research conservation Assistance.