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Local Resources Alphabetical Listing

Updated May 2021


Adult Learning Center: 1609 4th Ave NW – 857- 4488. Free GED and ENGLISH classes.

Addiction Services – Community Medical Services – 858-1801.  Methadone treatment. Counselors & caseworkers – no insurance required FOR NOW Outpatient. Alcohol treatment as well.

Addiction Treatment FREE Salvation Army Adult Rehab ARC – must be able to do a 40 hr work week – Women Chicago 773-477-1771 Men Minneapolis 612-332-5855

Lifechangers (Portland OR  – Free Christian treatment) 206-450-2359

Adult Protection and Advocacy- (addresses neglect, abuse, and   exploitation of vulnerable adults and senior citizens) 629-5393 or 855-462-5465 opt. 2

Alcoholics Anonymous Hotline – 857-0529 resource for services

AMVETS– wide variety of aid for VETS-701-451-4642


Belcourt – Rollette County Transit 701-477-6421(O) 550-6100(C)  Scheduled Mon, Wed $25-$50 1way, other times by appt/luck

Burdick Job Corp Center: 1500 University Ave W – 857-9600

BUS-Minot CITY BUS: 857-4148 maps online at or at water dept: 515 2nd Ave SW; $10/10 rides, $34 monthly, $26 student, senior or disabled – Souris Basin 839-7433.Call one day ahead. Kids must have safety seats and all pay full fare. $2.50 one way. Souris Basin to Bismarck $35 one way/$55RT MWF to Bismarck. Departs Minot 7 am – leaves  Bismarck 3 pm. SB also offers routes to other outlying areas weekly; call for information.

BUS-Jefferson and Greyhound Lines– Interstate travel. Bismarck 701-223-6576/800- 231-2222 station hours 2:15 am-6:15 am.


Catholic Family Social Services– Counseling, Guardianship,    Adoption services- 216 S. Broadway Suite 103 – 838- 2854, 800-450-4457, 852-2854

Child Support Enforcement Unit (Minot) – 857-7696

Commission on Aging*MEALS ON WHEELS for Seniors and Public Housing residents only. 21 1st Ave SE – 852-0561

Community Action – 839-7221. Deposit, rent, electrical assistance with strict qualifications

Community Options – helps low income and disabled individuals find work and ways to live independently; also assists filling out LIHEAP applications- 701-852-0174

Companions For Seniors – semimonthly transportation for seniors/those with disabilities Lutheran Social Services 838-7800


Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch – 6301 19th Ave NW- 852-3628

Dakota Hope Clinic– (852-HOPE) 852-4673.

Dental – ND Donated Dental Services – 888-471-6334, 877-449-4109, must apply

Dental – North Land Dental– 838-3051 315 S Main Suite 314 (sliding fee) (Bismarck Residents – Bridging the Dental Gap)

Department of Motor Vehicles NDDOT -1600 2nd Ave SW- Vehicle registration 857-8221 Driver License 857-7624

Domestic Violence Crisis Center – 852-2258 (crisis line after hours: 857-2200) (Rape crisis line 857-2500)


Experience Works – 308 2nd Ave SW, lower level-838-9675


First District Health Unit – 801 11th Ave SW-852-1376. Car Seats, vaccinations.

First Link Hotline (211) – INFORMATION on RESOURCES in ND

Free Annual Credit Report –; free credit score

Free Through Recovery (must be involved in criminal justice system) 701-328-6046 or 328-8736


Head Start (Minot) – 2815 Burdick Expy E – 857-4688

Homeless Coalition – (Minot) 105 1st St. SE- 852-6300

Homeless Coordinator –  (must be receiving behavioral health services from North Central Human Services) 857-8542

Homeless Coordinator – Students In Transition – can assist with transportation, supplies, other needs of students in the school system who have experienced homelessness any time during the current school year. Contact Minot Public Schools 701-857-4400.


Independence Inc. – 2000 Burdick Expy E Ste C- 839-4724. Can assist with disability applications, referral to other resources.


Job Service of North Dakota – 3416 N Broadway – 857-7500


Legal Assistance of North Dakota – 20 1st St. SW-839-2994. Or (Under 60) 800-634-5263 or (over 60) 866-621-9886. Website:  (applying on line is preferred)

Library Reference Center – 516 2nd Ave SW-852-0333

Lifeline Phone/Internet –Midco 800-888-1300 (broadband, phone), SRT 701-852-7777 (landline only); Ward Co may also have apps


Medicaid Screening – Coverage Questions Trinity Health 701-857-3842

Men’s Winter Refuge – (Men 21+ only Nov – Apr) Mike-822-2585 or 837-0218. May also provide emergency shelter to women and families and to men outside of operating season.

Meadowlark Lark Apts. Subsidized housing- 400 18th Ave – 837-0442

Military Outreach specialist for Veteran questions: Kellie 701-420-5848 or 340-3779

Minot AFB Services -723-3950 Very helpful to military families in need

Minot Housing Authority – 108 Burdick Expy- 852-0485.

Money Follows the Person Housing– MFP -858-3405


NDAD – 1808 20th Ave SE-838-8414 or 1-888-999-6323

ND Center for persons with Disabilities – 500 University Ave W. MSU- 1-800-777-0750

North Central Human Services – 1015 S. Broadway Suite 18. 857-8500. Behavioral and addiction services. Walk-in 8-10am M-Th.


Pathfinder Services of ND-(Parent resource center) Town & Country Mall – 837-750 Parenting classes and information

Protection and Advocacy – 900 N Broadway – 857-7686

Police Department-Minot (non-emergency) -852-0111


Salvation Army – 315 Western Ave 838-8925 (Fax 838-2511) Evictions and cut-offs. Appt only. 10-12 am MWF, 1-3 pm MF 1-5 F. Also Food Pantry (no appointment needed)

Social Security Administration – 1414 20th Ave Sw 866-415-3193

Souris Basin Transportation – 839-7433.Call one day ahead. Kids must have safety seats and all pay full fare. $2.50 one way. To/from Bismarck $35 one way/$55RT MWF. Departs Minot 7 am – leaves  Bismarck 3 pm. Other outlying areas also available; call for information.

Students In Transition – Students moving into a new school or experiencing homelessness. Varied assistance. Minot Public Schools 701-857-4400.


Trinity Addiction Services – 407 3rd St. SE- 857-2480. Addiction specialist – 857-2813

Trinity Medical Center – 1 Burdick Expy West- 857-5000


UND Center for Family Medicine– 800-841-7321-1201 11th Ave W- 858-6700 (accepts new patients)


Veteran’s Service Center – 315 3rd St. SE- 857-6490 (VA of ND- 451-4644)

Vet Center Clinic– 852-0177

Village Family Service Center –  20 1st St. SW, Suite 250- Family Budgeting, 852-3328,

Vision – ND Vision- 258-6766 (may provide eye exam and glasses must have lived in ND for at least two years and had no exam within 3 years and someone in household must be working)

Also Lions Club (North Central helps to get referral)

Vocational Rehab (a department of North Central) – 1015 S. Broadway Suite 18- 857-8642, 857-8500


Ward County Sheriff’s Department – 315 3rd St. SE- 857-6500

Ward County Social Services – 225 3rd St. SE -852-3552. Medicaid, Food Stamps, TANF, General Assistance, Emergency Fuel Assistance (1 time), LIHEAP (seasonal)


YWCA (Shelter for Women only) 205 3rd Ave SE – 701-838-1812