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Definition: Assistance in planing help needs, coordination of multiple service agencies, development and review of service plans. May include some direct services such as transportation and advocacy for certain groups. Typically a single individual acts as a case manager, either in an organization that offers many services or helps link services from many agencies.

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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CHILD & TEEN CHECK UP PROGRAM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Complete health screening for children ages 0-21 years who are on Medical Assistance. Call your clinic and ask for a Child & Teen Checkup appointment.
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FAMILY & CHILDREN'S CENTER - ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Alternative Education Program is a private school that offers middle and high school instruction to at-risk students. Through the use of intensive academic support, positive reinforcement and Afterhours detention, the Alternative Education Program assists students in receiving credits and moving toward reintegration in a public school. The Afterhours Program is a service for youth who are experiencing difficulties while in school. Their behaviors typically include truancy, tardiness, poor behavior and/or failing grades. Students are brought to the Alternative Education Program building to serve detention time. During Afterhours, students are kept busy with academic work and/or behavioral planning.
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FAMILY & CHILDREN'S CENTER - DAYTREATMENT PROGRAM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Day Treatment is a half-day mental health program that utilizes a group therapy format. Treatment plans are individualized. Clients may attend a home school or the Alternative Education Program for the remaining half-day.
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FAMILY & CHILDREN'S CENTER - WINONA YOUTH HOME

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Winona Youth Home provides 24 hour per day treatment for emotionally disturbed youth ages 12-17. The Winona Youth Home offers an alternative for youth with exceptional behavioral and emotional needs, while allowing the youth to live in a home environment.
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FAMILY GROUP DECISION MAKING

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: A facilitated meeting in which family, friends, service providers, and other supportive persons come together to make a plan or decision for reunification, permanency, care, protection and support,transition, self-sufficiency, concurrent plans, visitation, or independent living.
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FOLLOW ALONG PROGRAM

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: A program to follow infants and children from birth to age 3 to help parents know if their child is playing, growing, talking, moving and acting like other children the same age. A Public Health Nurse will come to your home to discuss the program with you, or you can come to the office to enroll.
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HIAWATHA VALLEY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Comprehensive mental health and behavioral health counseling and therapy services to children, teens, adults and families.
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IMMUNIZATION CLINICS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Clinics for immunizations are held on the third Tuesday of selected months. Clinics are held in the Community Health Services office clinic area at 60 West Third Street, Plaza Square Mall Building.
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INDEPENDENT LIVING CARE, INC.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Services are geared toward assisting the elderly and people who are physically or mentally challenged so that they may remain in their homes for as long as they wish. Home care aides or homemaker/companions provide a variety of services including cleaning, meal preparation, laundry, errands, bathing/grooming, transportation, and more. See Full Description for more information.
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MINNESOTA DEPT OF CORRECTIONS COURTHOUSE UNIT, WINONA COUNTY

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The mission of the Minnesota Dept. of Corrections is to develop and provide effective correctional services that contribute to a safer Minnesota. The guiding principal of the Minnesota Dept. of Corrections is to provide quality, cost-effective services for the public, victims and offenders that are consistent with law, policy and best practices. This is accomplished through an efficient, diverse, centralized organization.
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PUBLIC HEALTH - NURSING-MATERNAL CHILD HEALTH

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Winona County Public Health Nursing Service is provided through the Department of Community Health Services. Public Health Nurses are registred nurses certified in public health. Maternal Child Health Nurses specialize in providing healthcare and educational services to women, children and families.
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PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING - LONG TERM CARE CONSULTATION

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: A Long Term Care Consultation is an assessment of health and safety needs which help identify if a person may be able to remain in and/or return to the community setting with supportive service. A Public Health Nurse will make a visit and complete the assessment in one's own home or in a facilty. Available service options will be discussed and a plan will be developed. For further information, please see the Full Description.
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WINONA COUNTY ADULT FOSTER CARE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Adult Foster Care is a community-based alternative living arrangement for adults who are in need of varied levels of supervision, assistance, protection, or personal care in addition to room and board. In general, it enables such adults to obtain the highest possible degree of individual achievement and functioning. It is a form of a substitute family care for those who do not have an adequate support system.
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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 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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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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