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Definition: A wide variety of self-help groups where individuals and families can share experience, learn coping skills, and gain understanding of a disease, disability, or condition.

ALANON (FOR THE FAMILY OR FRIENDS OF AN ALCOHOLIC)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: AA - Alcoholism Recovery
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (FOR THE ALCOHOLIC)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: AA - Alcoholism Recovery
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ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND RELATED DEMENTIA'S SUPPORT GROUP

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Group meets on the second Wednesday of each month from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Lake Winona Manor classroom, located in the hallway between the hospital and the manor. The purpose of the group is to provide education and support to family and friends of someone effected by any form of dementia.
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AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The goal of the American Cancer Society (ACS) is to prevent cancer, save lives, and diminish suffering from cancer.
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APOSTOLATE FOR OLDER ADULTS CATHEDRAL CHURCH

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: This is an outreach program for older adults. Information and referral to community services on an individual basis. "Open to all older adults regardless of religious affiliation." See Full Description for further information.
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ARC SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Advocacy and support for persons with developmental disabilities and their families, serving the counties of Houston, Olmsted, Dodge, Fillmore, Rice, Goodhue, Wabasha and Winona.
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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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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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FAMILY MENTAL ILLNESS SUPPORT GROUP

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Support group.
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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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LDA MINNESOTA

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Testing for learning disabilities, individualized tutoring, small tutoring groups for children at the office in Minneapolis. Workshops and support groups for parents of children with AD/HD and adults with AD/HD. Fees for services. Engages in public education and outreach to help raise awareness about learning disabilities and related difficulities.
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MENTAL ILLNESS SUPPORT GROUP

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Mental Illness Support Group
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MENTAL ILLNESS: SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Mental Illness: Support for Families and Friends.
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PROSTATE CANCER SUPPORT GROUP

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Group meets on the first Monday of each month in Community Memorial Hospital's Parkview Conference Room. This group is for men and their families who have been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer and are dealing with pretreatment, treatment and post-treatment issues. This group was formed eight years ago with the intent to provide support and to meet the educational needs of men and families with Prostate Cancer.
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THOSE LEFT BEHIND -- SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE LOST A LOVED ONE TO SUICIDE

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Support group.
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WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATION (ECFE)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Parenting classes, play and learning activities for children, family events, community resource information and a library of books, toys and learning material to all families with children between the ages of birth and kindergarten.
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WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S PROJECT COMPASS

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Adults with disabilities program. Slower paced classes for all, specialized classes for people with disabilities, professional development workshops and support groups.
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WIDOWED PERSONS SERVICE (WPS)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: A support group in Winona County that is available to widows and widowers to help them deal with their grief or any other problems related to the recent death of their loved one. See Full Description for more information where meetings are held.
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WINONA AREA HOSPICE SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The purpose of the service is to provide care and comfort for the terminally ill; promote the health and welfare of their families, and offer education and support for volunteers and the community at large on subjects related to terminal illness and end of life issues. See Full Description for more information.
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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 - HOSPICE SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Winona Area Hospice Services provides care and support for persons and their family living with a terminal illness.
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WINONA HEALTH - SOCIAL SERVICES

BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Social Services Department provides information about health, social and financial resources to patients, families and the community. See Full Description for more information on services.
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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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