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Definition: Services to respond to urgent situations such as physical or emotional medical needs, legal, housing and home repairs.

ADULT COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: CBS is made up of four programs serving the mentally ill in their home communities. The goal of these programs is to assist the individual to live and to maintain themselves in their communities and reduce the need for further hospitalization as much as possible. Programs available are: Targeted Case Management, Community Support Program (CSP), Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS). Each program has specific criteria for entrance into the program. Please call for further information on the programs. Crisis Services are being implemented in 2008.
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CATHOLIC CHARITIES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Street Address for Catholic Charities is 111 Market Street, Suite 2. See Full Description for Services.
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CATHOLIC CHARITIES - MEDIAPPS (MEDICATION APPLICATION SERVICES) -

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: If you can't afford the medications prescribed by your doctor, you may qualify for Prescription Assistance. See Full Description for more information.
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CITY OF WINONA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: City Government
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CLOTHES SHOP AT WINONA VOLUNTEER SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Clothes Shop serves a variety of needs in this community. It is an inexpensive source of good used clothing for families and individuals, it provides free clothing to people in certain emergency situations, and it is a place where local residents can donate their unwanted clothing.
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COMMUNITY HEALTH LINKS PAGE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: A great list of local health related service links.
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COORDINATED EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM-WINONA VOLUNTEER SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Coordinated Emergency Assistance Program can assist with clothing, diapers, food, gasoline, shelter and transportation. Please visit us at the web, www.winonavs.org, for more detailed infomration.
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COUNTY OF WINONA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: See the County's website: http://www.co.winona.mn.us/g5-bin/cliente.cgi
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FAMILY MEDICINE OF WINONA, P.A.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Family practice clinic - care for entire family.
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FIRSTCALL

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: FirstCall is an emergency telephone system that can offer immediate assistance at the touch of a button. See Full Description for more details and fee information.
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GRACE PLACE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Grace Place is a holistic ministry dediated to serving the unborn and their families by providing grace, acceptance, refuge and resources. We are a non-residential ministry that teaches and models Godly life skills.
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GREAT RIVERS 2-1-1

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: - Provides a telephone Information and Referral and crisis line offering information and linkages to health and human service organizations and immediate assistance in crisis situations - Provides an on-line searchable database of over 3,500 health and human service agencies and 15,000 services at www.greatrivers211.org
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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY WINONA-FILLMORE COUNTIES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Habitat for Humanity Winona-Fillmore Counties is an ecumenical, grass-roots Christian ministry with the goal of eliminating poverty housing and homelessness. Unwilling to ignore the fact that many Winona County residents live without adequate shelter, Habitat challenges individuals, churches, companies, foundations and other organizations to join in partnership with the poor through Habitat for Humanity-Winona County to change the conditions in which they live.
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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY--RESTORE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Habitat ReStore is a building materials thrift store. We sell donated used, surplus or discontinued building materials at discounted prices to the general public.
All proceeds help Habitat for Humanity - Winona County build more homes. Items for sale include; doors, windows, furniture, plus much more. Volunteer opportunities available.

Items for sale include; doors, windows, furniture, plus much more.

Volunteer opportunities available
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HOME AND COMMUNITY OPTIONS, INC.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Home and Community Options provides support and residential services to persons with developmental disabilities who reside in the Winona County area. The agency provides support to persons of all ages.
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HOME DELIVERED MEALS - MEALS ON WHEELS PROGRAM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Offers nutritious noon meals to seniors age 60 and over who are homebound or have difficulty preparing their own meals. See Full Description for individual site information.
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HOME DELIVERED MEALS - WINONA VOLUNTEER SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: A nutritious lunch is delivered to the elderly, convalescing or homebound residents of Winona or Goodview Monday through Friday between 10:30am and 12:30pm by volunteers.
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HOUSING & REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (HRA)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Agency administers housing programs throughout the city. Zero percent Deferred loans for homeowners that make less than $18,000.00 per year. Five percent loans for up to 20 years for needed improvements. Rental property loans that range from 0-6 percent depending on an owner's needs. Covers the City of Winona.
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LEWISTON SEMCAC SENIOR DINING

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Noon meals are offered at this nutrition site. See Full Description for more information.
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LSS FINANCIAL COUNSELING SERVICE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: LSS Financial Counseling Service provides comprehensive financial, housing and bankruptcy counseling; debt repayment programs; financial literacy and education classes.
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LUTHERAN SERVICES OF WINONA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Supported living services, in-home service, personal support and supported community involvement for persons with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injury.
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MINNESOTA HELP - 211

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: In 2003, the Minnesota Board on Aging, in partnership with the DHS, launched MinnesotaHelp.info, a web site with thousands of resources to help people find services to meet their needs. The MinnesotaHelp.info database has comprehensive resource information for seniors, caregivers and persons with disabilities. Expansion to include resources for families and children, as well as all Minnesota Medical Assistance and Medicare providers is scheduled to be completed soon. Planning has begun to integrate MinnesotaHelp.info into Phase II of Health Match and also use it in the implementation of the Aging and Disability Resource Center grant activities with Hennepin County. Projections for 2004 indicate that there will be 27,000 unique visitors to MinnesotaHelp.info.
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PROJECT FINE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Project FINE (Focus on Integrating Newcomers through Education) seeks to help immigrants and ethnically diverse persons to be fully integrated into the Winona County community.
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READY SET SCHOOL

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Ready Set School is a community partnership to ensure that all Winona County children have basic school supplies and clothes to succeed in school.
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RED CROSS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Red Cross provides: Disaster Relief, Supporting American's Military Families, Health, Safety Training and Education, Lifesaving Blood and International Services
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RESOURCE CENTER SE MN

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Disaster Relief
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ROLLINGSTONE SEMCAC SENIOR DINING

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Noon meals are offered at this nutrition site. Recreational and educational activities are offered along with information and referral service. A menu is published in the local newspaper and is also available at the meal site. Guest under the age of 60 may attend the noon meal but must pay full cost.
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SAINT ANNE EXTENDED HEALTHCARE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Saint Anne Extened Healthcare is a 109 private room skilled nursing service facility. All beds are Medicare/Medicaid certified. Inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, special needs services, and patient care are offered.
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SAUER MEMORIAL HOME

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Sauer Memorial Home is a 107 bed, single floor, skilled nursing faciilty approved by the Minnesota Department of Health. Certified for Medicare and Medical Assistance. Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy available. There is 24-hour nursing care provided by professional staff.
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SEMCAC

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Semcac is a private, nonprofit agency serving the communities of southeastern Minnesota. Semcac assists people to achieve or maintain independence and self-reliance through their own and community resources. Volunteer opportunities are availabe with the following programs in Winona County: Head Start, Senior Dining, Meals on Wheels and the Volunteer Driver Program.
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SEMCAC BUS SERVICE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Semcac's Winona County Bus serves the rural Winona County communities of Lewiston, St. Charles and Altura. Rides are provided to medical appointments, grocery shopping, retail shopping, pre-school/daycare or to meet other needs.
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SEMCAC ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: A portion of a household's heating and energy cost burden is paid directly to their heating vendor. Assistance is available during the cold weather months, beginning in October. Emergency funding for heating system repair or replacement may also be available.
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SEMCAC REHAB LOAN PROGRAMS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Housing rehabilitation loan programs for homeowners are available through Semcac's Community Development Department.
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SEMCAC WEATHERIZATION

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Weatherization Program provides home energy audits and conservation improvements to reduce heating expenses for low-income households.
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SEMCAC WINONA COUNTY CONTACT CENTER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Semcac's staff are available to assist individual's and families experiencing an emergency situation.
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SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINSITRATION

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Products & Services: Forms, Maps, Benefits and Grants, Consumer Protection, Defense and International, Public Safety and Law, Education and Jobs, Money and Taxes, Reference and General Government, Environment, Energy and Agriculture, Science and Technology, Family, Home and Community, Health Services, Travel and Recreation, Voting and Elections Features: Commercial, Emergency Service, Industrial, Licensed
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SOUTH EASTERN MINNESOTA EDUCATION AND RESOURCE CENTER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: A variety of services are provided. They include a food shelf, clothing distribution, and NAPS (Nutritional Assistance Program for Seniors). Center is also helpful in networking with other agencies in the area to provide referral for those in need of other help.
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SOUTHERN MINNESOTA REGIONAL LEGAL SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Legal assistance for eligible low income persons.
New Case Intake telephone: 1-888-575-2954
New Intake hours: 9-12 & 1-3:30 (M-F)
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SPELTZ HOMES PLUS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Speltz Homes Plus is an assisted living adult foster care home for seniors. They provide medication assistance, personal care (including: dressing, bathing, nail care, grooming), linen cleaning services, and walking/wheeling activities as appropriate to individual care. Parties and entertainment are provided.
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ST. CHARLES ASSISTED LIVING

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: St. Charles Assisted Living provides 3 meals daily, weekly apartment cleaning, weekly laundry services, general maintenance and planned activities. All utilities are included except for telephone service. Care plans are monitored by registered nurse. Staff is available 24 hours; Lifeline services for 24 hour help. Semi-private/studio/1 bedroom apartments available.
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ST. CHARLES SEMCAC SENIOR DINING

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Noon meals are offered at this nutrition site. See Full Description for further information.
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SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD SHELF AT WINONA VOLUNTEER SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Supplemental Food Shelf offers people with limited incomes a way to stretch their monthly food dollars. Eligible customers select food items once a month. The amount of food a household can select is based on the number of individuals living in the household.
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TELECARE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: TELECARE is a daily phone contact service for persons who are elderly, disabled, or live alone and would feel reassured by this call. This is a service of the Winona Health Auxiliary.
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UNITED WAY OF THE GREATER WINONA AREA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Solicits funds in order to assist in meeting the human service needs in the community; provides information on non-profit organizations in the Winona area; provides training and management assistance to non-profit agencies; and volunteer recruitment
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VIVA (VOLUNTEERS INVESTING VALUABLE ASSISTANCE)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Provides organization and support for education volunteers active in the Winona Area Public Schools.
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WINONA AREA HUMANE SOCIETY

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Winona Area Humane Society aims to prevent cruelty to animals, to relieve suffering among animals, and to extend humane education throughout the Winona County area. The Society seeks homes for unwanted or stray pets.
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WINONA CLINIC, LTD

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Multispecialty clinic for health care of all ages.
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WINONA COUNTY COLLABORATIVE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Winona County Collaborative (WCC) is an integrated Family Service and Children's Mental Health collaborative. The mission of WCC is to develop an integrated network of supports and services, which strengthens children and families. The intent is to provide improved outreach, service coordination and multi-agency planning around a system of care that focuses on early intervention and prevention services that targets at-risk children and their families.
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WINONA COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES DEPT.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The local agency administering public assistance, child support and social service programs.
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WINONA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Home Care services are provided for persons of all ages. Public Health Nurses are available to assess health status, monitor vital signs, assist with medications and dressing changes, and provide teaching as needed. Nurses communicate closely with the physician to develop an individualized plan of care. Home health aides are available to assist with personal care, range of motion exercises, meal preparation, and incidental homemaking. Physical, occupational, speech, and respiratory therapies are provided as ordered by the physician. For more information please see Full Description.
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WINONA COUNTY RED CROSS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Winona Red Cross is in its' 91st year of service to Winona County. It is the oldest chapter in Minnesota. The Winona County Red Cross is committed to keeping Winona County safe, all day, every day.
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WINONA COUNTY WIC PROGRAM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: WIC - Women, Infants and Children WIC is a program that provides nutrition education and healthy foods for: *Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or have recently had a baby *Infants-from birth to 1 year *Children-from 1 to 5 years Families qualify according to income guidelines and nutritional needs.
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WINONA FRIENDSHIP CENTER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: To provide an environment for socialization, education, information, creative expression, health services and recreation programs for individuals age 55 and older. Information and Referral services are also available. See Full Description.
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WINONA HEALTH

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Winona Health is a community owned nonprofit organization who collaborates with Family Medicine of Winona, P.A. to meet the lifelong healthcare needs of the Winona, Minnesota, regional community.
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WINONA HEALTH ~ MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Winona Health offers both inpatient and outpatient mental health services
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WINONA POLICE DEPARTMENT

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Provide 24 hour per day emergency services to Winona citizens. Administer a Salvation Army Emergency Fund fo gas, food motel in extreme emergency situations. In Oct. 2005 they called and halted funds for the remainder of 2005
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WINONA SEMCAC SENIOR DINING

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Meals are offered at this nutrition site at 11:15 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Recreational and educational activities are offered along with information and referral services. Sociability.
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WINONA WORKFORCE CENTER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: State job service, work and training programs. We provide a variety of topics preparing individuals how to job search with job search classes, resume, cover letter writing, where to look for work, etc.
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WOMEN´S RESOURCE CENTER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Women's Resource Center of Winona (WRC) was founded in 1978 by a group of women committed to the common mission of ending domestic violence and sexual assault. Essential cornerstones of the WRC's mission include recognizing and advocating a woman's right to self-determination and self-direction. Services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assualt.
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Disclaimer: The Community Resources section of WinonaShares.org is still a work in progress. Watch for improvements and a more complete listing of services in the coming weeks. Please let us know if you find errors in any of the listings. Also let us know if you think a group, organization, or agency should be listed here. Contact us by phone at (507) 457-6467, or by email.


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