Programs & Services
Community Resources For All Ages Available
Mental Health, Recovery Services, Local Food Banks, Senior Resources
Mental Health & Recovery
The North Dakota Department of Behavioral Health has partnered with Lutheran Social Services to provide crisis counseling during this time. Call 701-223-1510 to speak with a trained counselor who will be there to listen, support, and offer referrals Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. Project Renew is free and anonymous to all North Dakotans.
Emergency Meals-to-You works to provide shelf-stable, easily prepared, kid-friendly meals to students in rural school districts during unexpected school closures lasting four weeks or longer.
Minot Area Homeless Coalition, Inc.
The Minot Area Homeless Coalition, Inc. is a group of individuals who have come together to advocate, coordinate, and optimize services for homeless persons in the greater Minot area (Bottineau, Burke, McHenry, Mountrail Pierce, Renville, and Ward Counties).
Parents, family members, and other trusted adults play an important role in helping children make sense of what they hear in a way that is honest, accurate, and minimizes anxiety or fear. Parents Lead is a great resource to help guide you during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The Aging and Disability Resource-LINK (ADRL) of North Dakota
Explore this site, or contact the free and confidential ADRL to guide you to services and supports available in your community. Toll Free: 1-855-462-5465 | ND 711 (TTY)
Ward County Extension
NDSU Extension in Ward County gives local residents easy access to the resources and expertise of North Dakota State University. Extension agents deliver unbiased, research-based information to Ward County citizens through educational programs, publications, and events.
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NewsGuard Coronavirus **Misinformation** Tracking Center
Don’t read just a headline and assume it’s the truth – read the entire article, click on links to supporting sources and consider fact-checking by looking for other articles with the same information.
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