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ADITH MILLER MANOR
Adith Miller Manor provides 24-hour, specialized memory care to individuals with Alzheimer's Disease and related Dementias in a secure, homelike environment. Assistance with personal cares, laundry, housekeeping, and meals is available. Daily activities and frequent outings are planned. Six private bedrooms and two companion suites are available. For more info see Full Description.
Contact: Cheryl Krage
Phone: 507-454-0179
FAX: 507.457.4158
Email: ckrage@winonahealth.org
Website: Adith Miller Manor
Address: 885 Mankato Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ADULT COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES
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.
Contact: Mary Kopp
Phone: 507-454-7155
FAX: 507-454-8539
Email: MARYK@HVMHC.ORG
Address: 122 West Second St.
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ALANON (FOR THE FAMILY OR FRIENDS OF AN ALCOHOLIC)
AA - Alcoholism Recovery
Phone: 507-452-2348
Address: P.O. Box 846
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (FOR THE ALCOHOLIC)
AA - Alcoholism Recovery
Phone: 507-452-2348
Address: P.O. Box 846
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ALL PARKS ALLIANCE FOR CHANGE(APAC)
of Minnesota's manufactured (mobile) home parks. APAC's mission is to serve as a vehicle to promote meaningful social change, to protect the legal rights of park residents, and to improve the quality of life in manufactured home parks.
Contact: Martha Hernandez Martinez
Email: martha@allparksallianceforchange.org
Website: All Parks Alliance for Change(APAC)
Address: 111 Riverfront Bldg. Suite 109
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ALTERRA STERLING HOUSE
Alterra Sterling House provides a safe, home-like atmosphere with trained staff on duty 24 hours a day. Approach is flexible and holistic so that additional services can be provided as needed. Please contact Bernadette Merchlewitz, Residence Director OR Kymm Bahr, Community Sales Representative for details on fees. For more info please see Full Description.
Contact: Bernie or Mary
Phone: 507-454-3090
FAX: 454-5466
Email: bmerchlewitz@assisted.com
Address: 835 East Belleview
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ALTURA COMMUNITY RETIREMENT HOME, INC.
Renters have to be able to take care of themselves. Three (3) two-bedroom apartments and one(1) 1-bedroom apartment. Market rents. See Full Description for further information.
Phone: 507-796-6381
Website: Altura Community Retirement Home, Inc.
Address: P.O. Box 132
City/St/ZIP: Altura MN 55910

ALTURA PLACE
Altura Place has ten units: 2 - one-bedroom and 8 - two-bedroom apartments for families and seniors. See Full Description for further information.
Contact: Michelle
Phone: 800-676-6505
FAX: 507-451-5459
Email: info@lifestyleinc.net
Website: Altura Place
Address: 47 Grandview Drive
City/St/ZIP: Altura MN 55910

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND RELATED DEMENTIA'S SUPPORT GROUP
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.
Contact: Cheryl Krage
Phone: 507.494.7496
Email: ckrage@winonahealth.org
Website: Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementia's Support Group
Address: 855 Mankato Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
The goal of the American Cancer Society (ACS) is to prevent cancer, save lives, and diminish suffering from cancer.
Contact: Paul Branstad
Phone: 507-287-2045
FAX: 507-287-2178
Email: paul.branstad@cancer.org
Website: American Cancer Society
Address: 882 7th Street NW
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55901

AMERICAN STATES KARATE
American Martial Arts, Tae Kwon Do, Fitness Kickboxing and Karate for men - women - children.
Contact: Curt Mart
Phone: 507-452-4067
Address: 1463 West 5th Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

APOSTOLATE FOR OLDER ADULTS CATHEDRAL CHURCH
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.
Contact: See Full Description
Phone: 507-452-4770
Website: Apostolate for Older Adults Cathedral Church
Address: 360 Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ARC SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA
Advocacy and support for persons with developmental disabilities and their families, serving the counties of Houston, Olmsted, Dodge, Fillmore, Rice, Goodhue, Wabasha and Winona.
Contact: Betty Koehler
Phone: 888-732-8520
FAX: 507-287-2089
Email: mail@arcse-mn.org
Website: Arc Southeastern Minnesota
Address: 6301 Bandel Rd NW, Suite 605
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55901

BENEDICTINE ADULT DAY CENTER
Adult Day Care - See Full Description
Contact: Tammy Christensen
Phone: 507-457-3810
FAX: 507-494-5107
Email: tammy.christensen@bhshealth.org
Website: Benedictine Adult Day Center
Address: 1455 West Broadway
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

BETHANY HOUSE
Drop-in center with evening meal for those in need.
Contact: Eileen Hanson
Phone: 507-454-8094
Email: wcw1992@hbci.com
Website: Bethany House
Address: 832 W Broadway
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF GREATER WINONA
Our mission is to effectively match children with caring adult mentors to share time, experiences, friendship and fun that help children become caring, confidential, competent adults.
Contact: Shauma Meyer & Kristen Swirtz
Phone: 507-452-2227
FAX: 507-457-0581
Email: Smeyer@7riversbbbs.org & Kswirtz@7riversbbbs.org
Website: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Winona
Address: 51 East 4th Street, Suite 401
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Gamehaven Council serves Scouts and Scouters in SE Minnesota providing information and support to Scouting programs.
Contact: Anthony DeBusk
Phone: 800-524-3904 Ext 108
FAX: 507-287-1413
Email: adebusk@bsamail.org
Website: Boy Scouts of America
Address: 1124 11 1/2 Street SE
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55904

BREMMER SUITES ASSISTED LIVING
Built in 1997. Bremmer Suites is a housing-with-services Assisted Living facility located on the Good Shepherd Campus in scenic Rushford, MN.
Contact: -Director of Sr. Services
Phone: 507-864-7714
FAX: 507-864-2842
Email: shammell@acegroup.cc
Website: Bremmer Suites Assisted Living
Address: 803 Home Street, PO Box 747
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

CALLISTA COURT
Callista Court provides meals, utilities, housekeeping, laundry, weekly bath, grooming, dressing, assistance with toileting, 24 hour staffing, activities, common spaces, private bathrooms, and full kitchen or kitchenette. Private rooms available. See Full Description for further details.
Contact: Sue Wilber 457-3813
Phone: 507-457-0280
FAX: 507-494-5117
Email: SUE.WILBER@BHSHEALTH.ORG
Website: Callista Court
Address: 1455 West Broadway
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

CARDINAL OF MINNESOTA, LTD.
Provide residential and in-home services for individuals with developmental disabilities. We currently have 24 residential services within Southeast Minnesota.
Contact: Paula McGuine
Phone: 507-281-1077
FAX: 507-281-1127
Email: paula@cardinalofminnesota.co
Website: Cardinal of Minnesota, Ltd.
Address: 1700 North Broadway, Suite 102
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55906

CATHOLIC CHARITIES
Street Address for Catholic Charities is 111 Market Street, Suite 2. See Full Description for Services.
Phone: 507-454-2270
FAX: 507-457-3027
Email: kmahaffey@ccwinona.org
Website: Catholic Charities
Address: P.O. Box 379
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

CATHOLIC CHARITIES - MEDIAPPS (MEDICATION APPLICATION SERVICES) -
If you can't afford the medications prescribed by your doctor, you may qualify for Prescription Assistance. See Full Description for more information.
Contact: Lori Kramer
Phone: 507-454-2270
FAX: 507-451-3027
Email: lkramer@ccwinona.org
Address: 111 Market Street, Suite 2
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

CHILD & TEEN CHECK UP PROGRAM
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.
Contact: Child and Teen Check Up Assistant
Phone: 507-457-6413
FAX: 507-454-9381
Address: 202 West 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

CHILD AND ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM
A federal program for licensed in home child care providers which assists them financially for providing nutritious meals to the children they serve.
Contact: Shameyrae M
Phone: 800-462-1660
FAX: 507-287-2411
Email: shameyraem@c2r2.org
Website: Child and Adult Care Food Program
Address: 126 Woodlake Dr SE
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55904

CHILD CARE RESOURCE & REFERRAL
Resource and information related to child care for parents, providers and the community at large. CCR&R is the primary source of information about the local supply and cost of child care. We are able to track trends about the changing needs of families using our comprehensive database.
Contact: barbm@c2r2.org
Phone: 1-800-462-1660
FAX: 507-287-2411
Email: deer@c2r2.org
Website: Child Care Resource & Referral
Address: 126 Woodlake Drive SE
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55904

CITY OF WINONA
City Government
Website: City of Winona

CLOTHES SHOP AT WINONA VOLUNTEER SERVICES
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.
Contact: Client Services Coordinator
Phone: (507) 452-5591
FAX: 507-457-0559
Address: 416 East Second Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

CLOVER PATCH APARTMENTS
Has 24 Units with 1-bedroom and 8 Units with 2-bedrooms. It does not matter which is for the elderly and which is for the yourng, married, or single. Referrals sought from other agencies.
Phone: 507-288-4061
Address: Clover Court
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

COMMUNITY HEALTH LINKS PAGE
A great list of local health related service links.
Phone: (507)457-6400
FAX: 507 454-9388
Website: Community Health Links Page
Address: 60 West Third Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

COMMUNITY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
Our goal is to prepare adults and help communities ensure that young people have access to quality positive youth development opportunites that will enrich their learning and development and have real impact.
Contact: Janet Beyer-Regional Extn. Educator
Phone: 507-536-6305
FAX: 507-536-6311
Email: beyer010@umn.edu
Address: 863 30th Avenue SE
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55904

COORDINATED EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM-WINONA VOLUNTEER SERVICES
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.
Contact: Client Services Coordinator
Phone: 507-452-5591
FAX: 507-457-0559
Address: 402 East 2nd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

COUNTY OF WINONA
See the County's website: http://www.co.winona.mn.us/g5-bin/cliente.cgi
Phone: 507-457-6350
FAX: 507-454-9365
Address: 177 Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

DAKOTA SENIOR CENTER
Those interested meet for visiting, sharing of potluck, and playing cards. Special activities are often planned and informational meetings are also held. A county nurse comes to check blood pressure every 2nd Wednesday. See Full Description for further information.
Phone: 507-895-6525
Address: P.O. Box 306
City/St/ZIP: Dakota MN 55925

DAN CORCORAN CATHOLIC WORKER HOUSE
Temporary housing for families and single women. Homeless Shelter.
Contact: Paul or Sarah Fried
Phone: 507-457-3451
Email: wcw1992@hbci.com
Website: Dan Corcoran Catholic Worker House
Address: 802 W Broadway
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

DISABILITY LINKAGE LINE
The Disability Linkage Line (DLL) is a FREE information, referral and assistance service that helps you connect to services and programs that meet your needs. The DLL service in your area is coordinated by Southeastern Minnesota Center for Independent Living (SEMCIL) through a grant from Minnesota Department of Human Services, Disability Services Division. The public can access this service Monday-Friday during regular business hours.
Contact: Larry More
Phone: 1-866-333-2466
FAX: 507-288-8070
Email: larrym@semcil.org
Address: 2720 North Broadway
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55906

ECONOMY (CAB) SPECIALTY SERVICES
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Contact: Owner: Robert Christopherson
Phone: 507-454-7433
Address: 200 East 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ECONOMY BUS
Deals with handicapped or partially handicapped individuals. They bring people to apointments, shopping, etc. The service is for people who cannot afford a cab and they are paid through insurance. It is also a part of Economy Specialty Services.
Contact: Owner: Dick Waak
Phone: 507-454-7433
Address: 200 East 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ELDER NETWORK - PEER SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS
The focus of Elder Network Peer Support is to help older individuals set goals and build new lives after experiencing change and loss leading to grief, lonliness, isolation and depression. For more information, please see Full Description.
Contact: Renee Kreter
Phone: 507-452-0580
Website: Elder Network - Peer Support Volunteers
Address: 1756 Kraemer Drive, Suite 110
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ELDER NETWORK - RESPITE CARE
Elder Network - Respite Care provides up to four hours per week of respite for people who give continuous care to older adults living at home. Volunteers provide companionship and nonmedical support to the care receiver. Respite care allows the caregiver to take a break while confidently leaving their loved one with a trained volunteer.
Contact: Renee Kreter
Phone: 507-452-0580
Website: Elder Network - Respite Care
Address: 1756 Kraemer Drive, Suite 110
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ELDERHOSTEL
This is a residential educational program, sponsored by WSU, that provides seniors, age 55 and over, with the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and interest through special courses offered as a part of the National Elderhostel program. To obtain a catalog call 800-895-0727.
Contact: J. Lamberson or P. Christensen
Phone: 507-457-2963
Website: Elderhostel
Address: Continuing Education - PO Box 5838
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

EXPERIENCE WORKS (FORMERLY KNOWN AS GREEN THUMB)
Provide employment and training opportunities for persons age 55 and older. Helping seniors with career exploration through customized training and help finding employment.
Phone: 507-452-9018
FAX: 507-452-9018
Address: 1303 Homer Road
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

FAIRWAY WOODS
we no longer do section 8 housing, we do how ever except the section 8 vouchers, which they must be approved by the Winona HRA to receive these vouchers.
Phone: 507-452-5330
Address: 1555 Homer Road
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH - PARISH NURSE
People make appointments to have their blood pressure checked for every 3rd Sunday of the month, talk about medications, and ask about clarification of medical bills. See Full Description for more information.
Phone: 507-452-4242
Address: 1717 Service Drive
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

FAMILY & CHILDREN'S CENTER - ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM
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.
Contact: Ryan McMillen
Phone: 507-453-9563
FAX: 507-453-9562
Email: fccwinon@hbci.com
Website: Family & Children's Center - Alternative Education Program
Address: 223 Center Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

FAMILY & CHILDREN'S CENTER - DAYTREATMENT PROGRAM
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.
Contact: Ann Fors, Clinical Supervisor
Phone: 507-453-9563
FAX: 507-453-9562
Email: afors@fcconline.org
Website: Family & Children's Center - DayTreatment Program
Address: 223 Center Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

FAMILY & CHILDREN'S CENTER - WINONA YOUTH HOME
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.
Contact: Elizabeth Thiel
Phone: 507-452-1428
FAX: 507-452-1429
Website: Family & Children's Center - Winona Youth Home
Address: 265 Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

FAMILY & CHILDREN'S CENTER WINONA OUTPATIENT SERVICES
Family & Children's Center is a regional, private, not-for-profit agency that helps children and adults overcome social, emotional or mental challenges to enjoy a greater sense of well-being in their families, homes and community.
Contact: Jodi Martinson
Phone: 507-452-7292
FAX: 507-457-9887
Email: fccwin@fcconline.org
Website: Family & Children's Center Winona Outpatient Services
Address: 66 East 3rd Street, #201
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

FAMILY GROUP DECISION MAKING
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.
Contact: Jen Quarberg
Phone: 507-457-6200
FAX: 507-454-9382
Website: Family Group Decision Making
Address: 202 West 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

FAMILY MEDICINE OF WINONA, P.A.
Family practice clinic - care for entire family.
Contact: Linda Wadewitz, Clinic Manager
Phone: 507-454-5050
FAX: 507-454-5102
Website: Family Medicine of Winona, P.A.
Address: 825 Mankato Avenue, Suite 210
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55897

FAMILY MENTAL ILLNESS SUPPORT GROUP
Support group.
FEMA REGISTRATION HOTLINE
Local FEMA center.
Phone: 1-800-621-3362

FIRSTCALL
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.
Contact: Robert D. Norby
Phone: 1-800-432-2285
FAX: 1-507-864-2092
Email: firstcall@tec.coop
Address: 210 Jessie Street
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

FIVE STAR TRANSPORT, INC.
Specialized transportation licensed by the State of Minnesota. They run by appointment and have door to door service. Operate within 50 miles radius of Winona. Have different rates depending on service and primarily deal with handicapped individuals.
Contact: Shirley Watts
Phone: 507-458-7956

FLOOD RESOURCE CENTER
Winona area central resouce center.
Phone: 507-457-8858 &-8859

FOLLOW ALONG PROGRAM
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.
Contact: Ask for maternal child health nurse
Phone: 507-457-6413
Website: Follow Along Program
Address: 60 West 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL OF RIVER TRAILS
See Full Description
Contact: Anne Williams
Phone: 800-598-5516 ex 112
FAX: 507-288-7702
Email: awilliams@rivertrails.org
Website: Girl Scout Council of River Trails
Address: 4228 8th Street SW, PO Box 9338
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55903

GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN SERVICES-CHILD CARE
Child care is offered for infants, toddlers, preschool and school age children (ages 6 weeks to 12 years of age).
Contact: Jenny Carrier, Director
Phone: 507-864-2842
FAX: 507-864-2842
Email: jcarrier@acegroup.cc
Website: Good Shepherd Lutheran Services-Child Care
Address: 800 Home Street, PO Box 747
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN SERVICES-LUTHERAN HOME
Established in 1965 as a non-profit nursing home. Goodshepherd Lutheran Home is a skilled, primary care nursing facility.
Contact: Mary Ann Carrier, Director of Nursi
Phone: 507-864-7714
FAX: 507-864-2842
Email: goodshep@acegroup.cc
Website: Good Shepherd Lutheran Services-Lutheran Home
Address: 800 Home Street, PO Box 747
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN SERVICES-SR. APPARTMENTS
32 HUD subsidized housing apartments for elderly and disabled (age 62 years and older).
Contact: Senior Housing Director
Phone: 507-864-7714
FAX: 507-864-2842
Email: SColbenson@acegroup.cc
Website: Good Shepherd Lutheran Services-Sr. Appartments
Address: 800 Home Street, PO Box 747
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

GRACE PLACE
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.
Contact: Carla Burton
Phone: 507-452-2283
FAX: 507-452-2283
Email: graceplc@hbci.com
Website: Grace Place
Address: 66 East 2nd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

GREAT RIVERS 2-1-1
- 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
Contact: Karen Brandt
Phone: Dial 211
FAX: 608-775-4766
Email: kjbrandt@gundluth.org
Website: Great Rivers 2-1-1
Address: P.O. Box 426
City/St/ZIP: Onalaska WI 54650-0426

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY WINONA-FILLMORE COUNTIES
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.
Phone: 507-457-0003
FAX: 507-457-0412
Email: info@habitatwinona.org
Website: Habitat for Humanity Winona-Fillmore Counties
Address: P.O. Box 1183
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY--RESTORE
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
Contact: Tanya Degnan
Phone: 507-474-6075
FAX: 507-474-6077
Email: restore@hbci.com
Website: Habitat for Humanity--ReStore
Address: 77 Laird Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987


HALTER HEIGHTS
Halter Heights has twelve apartment, one and two bedroom units. Laundry room and community room are available on-site. See Full Description for further information.
Contact: Michelle
Phone: 1-800-676-6505
FAX: 507-451-5459
Email: info@lifestyleinc.net
Website: Halter Heights
Address: 1224 East Avenue
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

HALTER RIDGE APARTMENTS
1 & 2 bd apartments for singles or families. Free heat, water & trash removal. 24 hour application approval.
Contact: Michelle
Phone: 800-676-6505
FAX: 507-451-5459
Email: info@lifestyleinc.net
Website: Halter Ridge Apartments
Address: 118 State Street
City/St/ZIP: Rollingstone MN 55969

HIAWATHA VALLEY EDUCATION DISTRICT
Hiawatha Valley Education District delivers services through a cooperative concept of efficiency and economy while preserving local autonomy. Work Experience Program - Teaches students positive work skills, laws and problem solving techniques; observe and evaulate student job performance; communication with employers, students, teachers, parents and transition related agencies; assist with IEP/IIIP temas.
Contact: See Volunteers
Phone: 507.452.1200
FAX: 507.452.3422
Email: dina.green@hved.org
Website: Hiawatha Valley Education District
Address: 1410 Bundy Boulevard
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

HIAWATHA VALLEY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
Comprehensive mental health and behavioral health counseling and therapy services to children, teens, adults and families.
Contact: Intake Worker - 454-4341
Phone: 507-454-4341
FAX: (507) 453-6267
Email: info@hvmhc.org
Website: Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center
Address: 166 Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

HOFFE COUNSELING
Provide drug and alcohol counseling for adolescents, young adults and adults.
Contact: Todd Hoffe
Phone: 507-457-0585
FAX: 608-796-1944
Email: lthoffe@acegroup.cc
Address: 157 Franklin Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

HOME AND COMMUNITY OPTIONS, INC.
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.
Contact: Dennis Theede
Phone: 507-452-1021
FAX: 504-452-1504
Email: dennist@hco.org
Website: Home and Community Options, Inc.
Address: 66 East Third Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

HOME DELIVERED MEALS - MEALS ON WHEELS PROGRAM
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.
Contact: See Full Description
Phone: 507-864-8231
Email: semcac@semcac.org
Address: P.O. Box 549
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

HOME DELIVERED MEALS - WINONA VOLUNTEER SERVICES
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.
Contact: Client Services Coordinator
Phone: 507-452-5591
FAX: 507-457-0559
Address: 402 East Second Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

HOT MEAL PROGRAM - EVENINGS - BETHANY HOUSE
Every Monday through Friday, Bethany House will offer a sit-down meal at 6:00 p.m. The house will also be open from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. for those who may need showers, laundry facilities, or to make local phones calls. Limited food pantry available.
Phone: 507-454-8094
Address: 832 W. Broadway
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

HOUSING & REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (HRA)
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.
Phone: 507-454-3665
FAX: 507-454-8173
Address: 1756 Kraemer Drive, Suite #100
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF WINONA
Assists individuals who are residents of Winona who believe their human rights have been violated according to the Minnesota Human Rights Act.
Contact: City Clerk
Phone: 457-8200
Email: mhmohan@ci.winona.mn.us
Address: PO Box 378
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

IMMUNIZATION CLINICS
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.
Contact: ask to register for immuniz
Phone: 507-457-6400
FAX: 507-454-9388
Address: 60 West Third Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

INDEPENDENT LIVING CARE, INC.
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.
Phone: 507-864-7714
Address: P.O. Box #747
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

JAPAN KARATE-DO GENBU-KAI
Full time school teaching Japanese Karate-Do, Okinawan Kobu-Do and Japanese Sword Arts. Classes also offered through Winona Area Public School, Winona Family YMCA and Winona State University.
Contact: Instructor on duty
Phone: 507-452-5009
Email: winonakarate@charter.net
Address: 223 Center Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

KENSINGTON, THE
The Kensington is a 48 unit apartment complex designed for independent senior citizens. Please see Full Description for further information.
Contact: Allen Erickson
Phone: 507-452-4902
FAX: 507-454-0375
Address: 157 West Third Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

LACROSSE TRANSIT
The La Crosse MTU Transportation System was designed for YOU. It is a safe, convenient and economical transportation alternative. The bus service covers almost the entire city of La Crosse. MTU can get you to school, work, doctor's appointments, recreational activities, and shopping. It is a reliable transportation alternative...even during winter weather. The buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts for the convenience of the disabled.
Contact: Keith Carlson
Phone: 608-789-7350
Website: LaCrosse Transit
Address: 2000 Marco Dr
City/St/ZIP: La Crosse WI 54601

LAKE WINONA MANOR (LWM)
This facility offers 154(effective 2-25-08) Medicare Certified Nursing Beds. Please see Full Description for more information. For the Social Services Dept, call 507-457-4366 and ask to be connected with one of the Lake Winona Manor Social Workers.
Contact: Amy Gordon, LSW
Phone: 507-457-4366
FAX: 507-457-4595
Email: agordon@winonahealth.org
Website: Lake Winona Manor (LWM)
Address: 865 Mankato Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

LDA MINNESOTA
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.
Contact: Matt Pince
Phone: 952-922-8374
Email: info@ldaminnesota.org
Website: LDA Minnesota
Address: 5354 Parkdale Drive, Suite 200
City/St/ZIP: St. Louis Park MN 55416

LEARNING CLUB, THE
The Learning Club is a collaborative partnership between WSU and retirement-aged citizens of the Winona Area. It is dedicated to the continuing education of retired people. Classes are held during the day at convenient locations throughout Winona.
Phone: 507-457-5080
Address: P.O. Box #5838
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

LEWISTON MANOR APTS.
One and twobedroom low rental housing. A total of 32 apartments are available in various sites in Lewiston. See Full Description for more information.
Phone: 507-523-2237
Address: 65 Meadow Lane
City/St/ZIP: Lewiston MN 55952

LEWISTON SEMCAC SENIOR DINING
Noon meals are offered at this nutrition site. See Full Description for more information.
Contact: Cindy Burt
Phone: 507-523-3412
Address: 75 Rice Street
City/St/ZIP: Lewiston MN 55952

LEWISTON SENIOR CLUB
The club meets on Tuesdays at the Lewiston Community Senior Center. Nutrition Site, programs, and entertainment are scheduled throughout the year. Phone number for Senior Dining is 507-523-3412.
Contact: Cindy Burt
Phone: 507-523-3412
Address: 75 Rice Street
City/St/ZIP: Lewiston MN 55952

LEWISTON-ALTURA EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATION
Lewiston-Altura Early Childhood Family Education serves families with children birth through entrance to kindergarten and expecting parents. The program includes parent-child classes and special events.
Contact: Retha Finger
Phone: 507.523.2194
FAX: 507.523.2609
Email: refinger@mail.lewalt.k12.mn.us
Address: Box 741; 105 South Fremont
City/St/ZIP: Lewiston MN 55952

LIVING AT HOME - BLOCK NURSE PROGRAM
To promote healthy lifestyles for seniors, support social and neighborly expressions of caring and provide early intervention services which enable seniors to remain independent in their own home. We provide health clinics to senior apartment buildings, blood pressure clinics, mini health presentations, home visits to help seniors plan for their health and safety in the home, and help link people to volunteer help. See Full Description for more information.
Contact: Deb Ziegeweid
Phone: 507-457-6400
FAX: (507) 454-9388
Address: 60 West Third Street (Plaza Square)
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

LSS FINANCIAL COUNSELING SERVICE
LSS Financial Counseling Service provides comprehensive financial, housing and bankruptcy counseling; debt repayment programs; financial literacy and education classes.
Phone: 1-888-577-2227
Website: LSS Financial Counseling Service
Address: 424 W Superior Street
City/St/ZIP: Duluth MN 55802

LUTHERAN SERVICES OF WINONA
Supported living services, in-home service, personal support and supported community involvement for persons with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injury.
Contact: Rita Wiersma
Phone: 507-582-3482
Address: 407 6th Street NW
City/St/ZIP: Adams MN 55909

MENTAL HEALTH LINE
Mental Health help.
Phone: 1-800-657-6777

MENTAL ILLNESS SUPPORT GROUP
Mental Illness Support Group
Contact: Helen Newell
Phone: 507-494-0905
Website: Mental Illness Support Group
Address: 317 Market Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

MENTAL ILLNESS: SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS
Mental Illness: Support for Families and Friends.
Contact: Helen Newell
Phone: 507-494-0905
FAX: 507-494-0909
Email: helen.newell.winona.k12.mn.us
Website: Mental Illness: Support for Families and Friends
Address: 317 Market Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

MINNESOTA DEPT OF CORRECTIONS COURTHOUSE UNIT, WINONA COUNTY
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.
Contact: Carol Mueller
Phone: 507-457-6524
FAX: 507-454-9391
Email: cmueller@co.winona.mn.us
Address: 171 West 3rd St., 5th Fl Courthouse
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

MINNESOTA HELP - 211
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.
Phone: 211
Website: Minnesota Help - 211

MORNINGSIDE TERRACE
-This is a multi-family complex, but mostly consists of Section 8 housing at this time. Utilities are included in the cost of the rent. There are laundry facilities located on each floor. (Section 236 housing also) (44 Subsidized and 10 Market rent.)
Phone: 507-454-1950
Address: 1116 Sugar Loaf Road
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

NEW FOCUS OF WINONA
A multi-denominational, faith-based training progam that provides its participants with tools to cultivate good money management.
NOR-STONE APARTMENTS
1 bedroom apartments for seniors 62+, handicapped or disabled persons and 2 bedroom units for families. Utilities included: water, sewer, and trash removal. Utilities not included: heat, electric, phone, cable. For further information, see Full Description.
Contact: Michelle
Phone: 800-676-6505
FAX: 507-451-5459
Email: info@lifestyleinc.net
Website: Nor-Stone Apartments
Address: 146 - 148 Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Rollingstone MN 55969

OFFICE OF OMBUDSMAN FOR OLDER MINNESOTANS
The Ombudsman works with consumers, concerned citizens, nursing homes, home care agencies, hospitals, and public agencies. The mission of the Ombudsman program is to enhance the quality of care and life of older individuals receiving healthcare and supportive services in a nursing home, at home, in a hospital or other community setting such as adult foster care, adult day care, and housing with services.
Phone: 1-800-657-3591
Address: RR #1, Box 78
City/St/ZIP: Houston MN 55943

OUTREACH TO FLOOD VICTIMS
Crisis counseling outreach to flood victims. Please call either 1-800-973-7420 or 1-800-657-6777. This is in collaboration between Winona Health and Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center.
Address: 60 West 3rd Street (Plaza Square)
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

PACER CENTER
PACER's programs help parents become informed and effective representatives for their children.
Phone: 952-838-9000
FAX: 952-838-0199
Email: pacer@pacer.org
Website: Pacer Center
Address: 8161 Normandale Blvd.
City/St/ZIP: Minneapolis MN 55437

PARKINSON'S DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP
Offers educational information, resources and support in an accepting atmosphere.
Contact: Marsha/ Barbara
Phone: 507-454-7369
FAX: 507-454-7652
Address: 251 Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

PEOPLE FIRST OF WINONA
This is a self-advocacy group. The group meets the second Monday of each month. The group usually meets at Home & Community Options, lower level, 66 East Third Street, Winona.
Contact: Cheryl Ghionzoli
Phone: 507-457-0662
Email: winonapeople1st@yahoo.com
Address: W28292 State Road 35-54
City/St/ZIP: Trempealeau WI 54661

PEOPLE OF FAITH
Ecumenical ministry offered to adults (16+) with developmental disabilities. Meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays from October through April.
Contact: Mary Schneider
Phone: 507-454-6786
Address: 76 Mt. Vernon Court
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

PROJECT FINE
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.
Contact: Fatima Said, Executive Director
Phone: 507-452-4100
FAX: 507-452-4644
Email: kvaneijl@co.winona.mn.us
Website: Project FINE
Address: 202 West Third Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

PROSTATE CANCER SUPPORT GROUP
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.
Contact: Jim Fitzmaurice
Phone: 507.452.7031
Website: Prostate Cancer Support Group
Address: 855 Mankato Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

PUBLIC HEALTH - NURSING-MATERNAL CHILD HEALTH
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.
Contact: Ask for maternal child health nurse
Phone: 507-457-6400
FAX: 507-454-9388
Address: 60 West 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING - LONG TERM CARE CONSULTATION
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.
Contact: Rachel Nice
Phone: 507-457-6400
FAX: (507) 454-9388
Address: 60 West Third Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

QUALITY LIVING HOME HEALTH CARE, INC.
Provides 24-hour care with RN's, LPN's and CNA's. Total skills care for adult daily in home living assistance.
Contact: Gary Poblocki
Phone: 507-454-6800
FAX: 507-454-6803
Email: info@QualityLivingHHCc.com
Website: Quality Living Home Health Care, Inc.
Address: 164 East 4th Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

READY SET SCHOOL
Ready Set School is a community partnership to ensure that all Winona County children have basic school supplies and clothes to succeed in school.
Contact: Susan White, Coordinator
Phone: 507-494-0906
FAX: 507-494-0909
Email: readysetschool@gmail.com
Website: Ready Set School
Address: 317 Market St
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

RED CROSS
The Red Cross provides: Disaster Relief, Supporting American's Military Families, Health, Safety Training and Education, Lifesaving Blood and International Services
Phone: 507-452-4258

REM RIVER BLUFFS, INC.
Group residential, in-home assistance and homehealth assistance.
Phone: 507-454-0723
Address: 4146 West 9th Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55897

RESOURCE CENTER SE MN
Disaster Relief
Phone: 507-932-5203
Address: 106 East 11th Street
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

RIVERFRONT, INC.
Individualized job placement and support for individuals with disabilities. Skills training, recreational assistance and daily living supports to promote independence in the community. Riverfront provides services to individuals in Winona County.
Phone: 888-705-8073
FAX: 608 685-4253
Email: alma@riverfrontinc.org
Website: Riverfront, Inc.
Address: PO Box 65, 110 S. Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Alma WI 54610

ROGER METZ MANOR
Roger Metz Manor provides 24-hour, specialized memory care to individuals with Alzheimer's Disease and related Dementias in a secure, homelike environment. Assistance with personal cares, laundry, housekeeping, and meals is available. Daily activities and frequent outings are planned. Ten private bedrooms are available. For more info see Full Description.
Contact: Jennifer Ready
Phone: 507-452-7636
FAX: 507-457-4158
Email: jeready@winonahealth.org
Website: Roger Metz Manor
Address: 875 Mankato Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

ROLLINGSTONE SEMCAC SENIOR DINING
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.
Phone: 507-689-4189
Address: 154 Washington Street
City/St/ZIP: Rollingstone MN 55969

ROLLINGSTONE SENIOR CLUB
Mostly social activities are planned. Club meets every Thursday afternoon in the old City Hall by the park.
Phone: 507-689-4189
Address: 154 Washington
City/St/ZIP: Rollingstone MN 55969

SAINT ANNE EXTENDED HEALTHCARE
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.
Contact: Shelly Stockhausen
Phone: 507-454-3621
FAX: 507-452-2556
Email: shelly.stockhausen@bhshealth.org
Website: Saint Anne Extended Healthcare
Address: 1347 West Broadway
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SAUER MEMORIAL HOME
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.
Contact: Michelle Smith
Phone: 507-454-5540
FAX: 507-454-1647
Email: smhome@hbci.com
Website: Sauer Memorial Home
Address: 1635 West Service Drive
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SCHAFFNER HOMES
Must be 62 years of age or older; handicapped or disabled to reside in these apartment buildings.
Contact: Tammie Rothering
Phone: 507-454-3665
Address: 1756 Kraemer Drive
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SEASON'S HOSPICE
A MA/Medicare certified in-home hospice facility serving the St. Charles area.
Phone: 507-285-1930
FAX: 507-288-7251
Email: jassef@seasonshospice.org
Website: Season's Hospice
Address: 1811 Greenview Place SW, Ste. 110
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55902

SEMCAC
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.
Contact: See Eligiblity Section
Phone: 507-864-7741
FAX: 507-864-2440
Email: semcac@semcac.org
Website: Semcac
Address: 204 South Elm Street, P.O. Box 549
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

SEMCAC BUS SERVICE
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.
Contact: Marlys Johnson, Dispatcher
Phone: 1-800-944-3874
FAX: 507-864-2440
Website: Semcac Bus Service
Address: 204 South Elm Street, PO Box 549
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

SEMCAC ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
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.
Contact: EAP Program Ofc 800-944-3281
Phone: 1-800-944-3281
FAX: 507-864-2597
Website: Semcac Energy Assistance Program
Address: 204 South Elm Street, P.O. Box 549
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

SEMCAC GRAND KIN PROJECT
Semcac's Grand Kin Project provides help for people raising their grandchildren, other related children or children of friends.
Contact: Peggy Shattuck
Phone: 507-452-8396
FAX: 507-457-0519
Email: peggys@hbci.com
Website: Semcac Grand Kin Project
Address: 165 East 4th Street, Suite 100
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SEMCAC REHAB LOAN PROGRAMS
Housing rehabilitation loan programs for homeowners are available through Semcac's Community Development Department.
Contact: Cindy Vitse or Vonda Budde
Phone: 507-864-7741
FAX: 507-864-2440
Email: cindy.vitse@semcac.org or vonda.budde@semcac.org
Website: Semcac Rehab Loan Programs
Address: 204 S. Elm Street, P.O. Box 549
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

SEMCAC WEATHERIZATION
The Weatherization Program provides home energy audits and conservation improvements to reduce heating expenses for low-income households.
Contact: 1-800-944-3281
Phone: 1-800-944-3281
FAX: 507-864-2597
Website: Semcac Weatherization
Address: 204 S. Elm Street, P.O. Box 549
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

SEMCAC WINONA COUNTY CONTACT CENTER
Semcac's staff are available to assist individual's and families experiencing an emergency situation.
Contact: Connie Kukowski or Peggy Shattuck
Phone: 507-452-8396
FAX: 507-457-0519
Email: conniek@hbci.com or peggys@hbci.com
Website: Semcac Winona County Contact Center
Address: 165 East 4th Street, Suite 100
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SEMCAC -ADVOCACY/INFORMATION, REFERRAL & ASSISTANCE
Semcac's staff are available to assist individuals and families with accessing resources and services to meet their needs.
Contact: Connie Kukowski or Peggy Shattuck
Phone: 507-452-8396
FAX: 507-457-0519
Email: conniek@hbci.com or peggys@hbci.com
Website: Semcac -Advocacy/Information, Referral & Assistance
Address: 165 East 4th Street, Suite 100
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SEMCAC FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC
High quality reproductive health services are offered in a confidential setting to women of all ages, regardless of their income. Testing, diagnosis and treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections are also offered in a confidential setting to men and women of all ages, regardless of income.
Phone: 507-452-4307
Website: Semcac Family Planning Clinic
Address: Plaza Square Mall
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SEMCAC HEAD START - ST. CHARLES
Head Start is a family-focused program that promotes the growth and development of three and four year old children, including children with special needs.
Contact: Judy Hazel, Center Coordinator
Phone: 507-932-5519
Email: judyhazel@earthlink.net
Website: Semcac Head Start - St. Charles
Address: 824 Church Avenue
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

SEMCAC HEAD START - WINONA
Head Start is a family-focused program that promotes the growth and development of three and four year old children, including children with special needs. The focus is on school readiness and life-long learning skills.
Contact: Mary Cutliff
Phone: 507-454-2151
FAX: (507)452-8445
Email: mcutliff@hbci.com
Website: Semcac Head Start - Winona
Address: 1756 Kraemer Drive
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SEMCAC SENIOR DINING
Senior Dining meals are provided to seniors age 60 and over and their spouses at congregate dining sites throughout Winona County.
Contact: See Eligiblity Section
Phone: 507-864-8231
FAX: 507-864-2440
Email: semcac@semcac.org
Website: Semcac Senior Dining
Address: 204 South Elm Street, P.O. Box 549
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

SEMCAC TRANSPORTATION
Volunteer Driver Program: Persons 60 years or older can arrange round-trip transportation to medical appointments by calling 1-800-944-3874 at least 48 hours before the appointment. Bus Services: Semcac buses provide transportation in rural areas for the general public and special groups, such as persons with disabilities and senior citizens. Rides are provided to medical appointments, work, daycare, preschool, local business needs, senior dining and other special requests. Call 1-800-944-3874 for more information.
Contact: Marlys Johnson
Phone: 507-864-7741 ext.246
Address: 204 South Elm St. - P.O. Box 549
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

SEMCAC VOLUNTEER DRIVER PROGRAM
Volunteer drivers provide transportation to medical appointments for persons age 60 and over. Medical Assistance clients and Human Services clients may also receive rides as requested by the County Department of Human Services.
Contact: Julie Emmons
Phone: 1-800-944-3874
FAX: 507-864-2440
Email: julie.emmons@semcac.org
Website: Semcac Volunteer Driver Program
Address: 204 South Elm Street,P.O. Box 549
City/St/ZIP: Rushford MN 55971

SENIOR CITIZENS LEGAL SERVICES
Senior Citizens Legal Services provides free legal advice and representation to persons age 60 and over who are in the greatest social and economic need.
Phone: 507-454-6660
FAX: 507-454-6667
Email: winona@smrls.org
Website: Senior Citizens Legal Services
Address: 66 East 3rd St, Suite 204
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987-3478

SENIOR COMPANION PROGRAM
Senior Companions assist others to maintain the highest level of dignity and independent living possible by *Visiting homebound isolated adults *Providing support to family caregivers *Assisting with vital services such as grocery shopping and appointments *Acting as a friend who listens and cares Senior Companions become friends with those who are lonely and isolated.
Contact: Sandy Olson
Phone: 507-474-4535
FAX: 507-474-4582
Email: solson@lssmn.org
Website: Senior Companion Program
Address: 56 Whitewater Ct.
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SENIOR LINKAGE LINE
Comprehensive information & referral of community programs & services for seniors & caregivers, including health insurance and Medicare counseling.
Phone: 1-800-333-2433
FAX: 507-288-4823
Email: semaaa@semaaarochestermn.org
Website: Senior LinkAge Line
Address: 421 - 1st Avenue SW - Suite 201
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55902

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINSITRATION
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
Phone: 507-452-3460
Address: 53 East 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SOUTH EASTERN MINNESOTA EDUCATION AND RESOURCE CENTER
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.
Phone: 507-932-5203
Address: 106 East 11th Street
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

SOUTHEASTERN MN CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING - WINONA OFFICE
(SEMCIL)This service provides assistance with independent living skills to individuals with a permanent disability. Other services are peer mentors, personal care assistance, home health care, workshops, home modifications, housing assistance, advocacy service, information and referral. Access technician evaluates businesses and service agencies to determine accessibility and make recommendations.
Phone: 507-452-5490
Address: 1790 West Broadway
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SOUTHERN MINNESOTA REGIONAL LEGAL SERVICES
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)
Phone: (507) 454-6660
FAX: (507) 454-6667
Email: winona@smrls.org
Website: Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services
Address: 66 East 3rd Street, Suite 204
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

SPELTZ HOMES PLUS
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.
Phone: 507-523-2706
Address: 70 - Second Street South
City/St/ZIP: Lewiston MN 55952

ST. CHARLES ADULT LITERACY-ST. CHARLES COMMUNITY EDUCATION
Free classes for adults. GED test preparation, improving basic skills in reading, writing and math. English as a second language classes.
Contact: Pam Tesch
Phone: 507-932-4700
Email: ptesch@schs.k12.mn.us
Website: St. Charles Adult Literacy-St. Charles Community Education
Address: 600 East 6th Street
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

ST. CHARLES ASSISTED LIVING
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.
Contact: Dawn Wobschall
Phone: 507-932-4062
FAX: 507-932-3803
Address: 402 West 4th Street
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

ST. CHARLES EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATION
Education program for children ages 0 - 5 offering classes for children and their families to attend together.
Contact: Sara Moore
Phone: 507.932.4910 ext 125
Email: smoore@schs.k12.mn.us
Address: 925 Church Avenue
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

ST. CHARLES PARK AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT
Parks, recreation and Aquatic Center
Contact: Rick Schaber
Phone: 507-932-3020
FAX: 507-932-5301
Email: rschaber@stcharlesmn.org
Address: 830 Whitewater Avenue
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

ST. CHARLES SEMCAC SENIOR DINING
Noon meals are offered at this nutrition site. See Full Description for further information.
Phone: 507-932-4072
Address: 830 Whitewater Avenue
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

ST. CHARLES SENIOR CLUB
Cards - Bingo - Noon Lunch Daily
Phone: 507-932-4072
Address: 830 Whitewater Avenue
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

STATE SERVICES FOR THE BLIND
State Services for the Blind (SSB)provides training in using adaptive computer technology and independent living skills tailored for persons who are blind or have visual impairments. They also have counselors who are able to visit individuals in their local communities. See Full Description for further information.
Contact: Diane Swanson
Phone: 507-285-7282
FAX: 507-280-5592
Website: State Services for the Blind
Address: 300 11th Avenue NW
City/St/ZIP: Rochester MN 55901

STOCKTON SENIOR CLUB
Senior Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month in the Stockton Community Building. Another phone number: 507-689-2759
Phone: 507-689-2005
Address: Stockton Community Building
City/St/ZIP: Stockton MN 55987

SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD SHELF AT WINONA VOLUNTEER SERVICES
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.
Contact: Client Services Coordinator
Phone: 507-452-5591
FAX: 507.457.0559
Address: 402 East 2nd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

TELECARE
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.
Contact: Autumn Herber
Phone: 507-457-4316
FAX: 507-457-4413
Address: 855 Mankato Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

THE EXCELLENT ADVENTURE
An independent living program for 16-21 year old youth. Program provides information and skills to young people striving to live on their own.
Contact: See Volunteer sec
Phone: 507-457-6470
FAX: 507-454-9382
Email: thenderson@co.winona.mn.us
Address: 171 W. 3rd. St
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

THE LEARNING CLUB
An Institute for Learning in Retirement program; a collaborative educational partnership between Winona State University and retirement aged citizens in this area.
Contact: Cathie A. Logan
Phone: 507-457-5080
FAX: 507-457-5586
Email: clogan@winona.edu
Website: The Learning Club
Address: P.O. Box 5838
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

THOSE LEFT BEHIND -- SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE LOST A LOVED ONE TO SUICIDE
Support group.
UNITED WAY OF THE GREATER WINONA AREA
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
Contact: Beth Forkner Moe
Phone: (507)452-4624
FAX: (507)452-8786
Email: unitedway@hbci.com
Website: United Way of the Greater Winona Area
Address: 902 E. 2nd St., Suite 330
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

UTICA SENIOR CENTER
Located at the old school building. Meets Monday afternoons for cards, fellowship and free blood pressure check. A potluck Lunch is held once a month with birthday recognition.
Phone: 507-932-4957
Address: Box 356
City/St/ZIP: Utica MN 55979

VALLEY VIEW TOWER APARTMENTS
See Full Description for mailing address. Must be 50 years of age or older OR disabled to reside in this apartment building. See Full Description for more information.
Phone: 507-454-3665
Address: 165 E. 4th Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

VIVA (VOLUNTEERS INVESTING VALUABLE ASSISTANCE)
Provides organization and support for education volunteers active in the Winona Area Public Schools.
Phone: 507-494-0902
Address: 654 Huff Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPASA APARTMENTS
Subsidized, Section 8 housing - completely handicapped accessible apartments for independent living.
Phone: 507-452-9144
Address: 1790 West Broadway #207
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS - COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S - BABY CONNECTIONS
Free Home Visits for Families with Babies
Contact: Jenni McHugh
Phone: 507-494-0812
FAX: 507-494-0909
Email: jennifer.mchugh@winona.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS - Community Education's - Baby Connections
Address: 317 Market Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S ADULT ENRICHMENT
Provides classes in areas such as the arts, recreation, family education, fitness, personal and professional development and more.
Contact: Linda Jacobs
Phone: 507-494-0900
FAX: 507-494-0909
Email: linda.jacobs@winona.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS-Community Education's Adult Enrichment
Address: 654 Huff Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S ADULT LITERACY
Free classes for adults. GED test preparation, improving basic skills in reading, writing and math, and English as a Second Language.
Contact: Judy Root
Phone: 507-494-0900
FAX: 507-494-0909
Email: judy.root@winona.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS-Community Education's Adult Literacy
Address: 317 Market Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES PROGRAM GRADES 5-8
After school programming for all 5th - 8th grade students; public and non-public. Includes athletics, clubs and activities.
Contact: Linda Olson
Phone: 507-494-1060
FAX: 507-494-1010
Email: linda.olson@winona.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS-Community Education's After School Activities Program Grades 5-8
Address: 1570 Homer Road
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S COMMUNITY PRESCHOOLS
Community KIDS Preschool at Goodview Elementary, offers preschool Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays (three times a week) or Tuesdays and Thursdays (two times a week) both with morning (8:45-10:45 a.m.) or afternoon (12:15-2:15 p.m.) times. Rollingstone Community KIDS Preschool at Rollingstone Community School offers preschool two times a week, mornings only.
Contact: Chris Overhaug Coord
Phone: 507-494-0913
FAX: 507-494-0932
Email: chris.overhaug@winona.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS-Community Education's Community Preschools
Address: 5100 W 9th Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATION (ECFE)
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.
Contact: Christine Overhaug, Coordinator
Phone: 507-494-0913
FAX: 507-494-0932
Email: chris.overhaug@winona.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS-Community Education's Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE)
Address: 5100 W 9th Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S EARLY CHILDHOOD SCREENING
A free screening for pre-kindergarten children 3 1/2 to 5 years of age. Required before all children prior to kindergarten.
Contact: Connie Blackburn-Lowery, Coord.
Phone: 507-494-0900
FAX: 507-494-0909
Email: screening@connie.blackb.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS-Community Education's Early Childhood Screening
Address: 317 Market Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S KEY KIDS/SUMMER KEY KIDS
Key Kids is a child care program after school, non-school days and snow days for kindgergarten through fourth grade. Summer Key Kids is a summer child care program. Available for children who have completed K through Fourth Grade.
Phone: 507-494-0910
FAX: 507-494-0909
Email: keykids@winona.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS-Community Education's Key Kids/Summer Key Kids
Address: 317 Mankato Ave.
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S PROJECT COMPASS
Adults with disabilities program. Slower paced classes for all, specialized classes for people with disabilities, professional development workshops and support groups.
Contact: Helen Newell
Phone: 507-494-0905
FAX: 507-494-0909
Email: helen.newell.@winona.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS-Community Education's Project COMPASS
Address: 317 Market St.
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S SCHOOL READINESS
This program assists parents of 3 1/2 to 5 year olds in locating community resources and promotion of learning experiences for pre-kindergarten.
Contact: Anne Hayes, Facilitator
Phone: 507-494-0919
FAX: 507-494-0932
Email: anne.hayes@winona.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS-Community Education's School Readiness
Address: 5100 W. 9th St
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-COMMUNITY EDUCATION'S VIVA! VOLUNTEERS
Volunteer coordination for Winona Area Public Schools.
Contact: Gay Mortenson
Phone: 507-494-0900
FAX: 507-494-0909
Email: gay.mortensen@winona.k12.mn.us
Website: WAPS-Community Education's VIVA! Volunteers
Address: 654 Huff Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WAPS-WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM
WALC 507-494-1470 WSHS 507-494-1504 Work experience program. Classroom component involves self awareness, career exploration, job seeking skills, and job keeping skills. Can include jobsite transportation during the school day. (ALC students can access service without IEP).
Contact: Scott Lowery ALC/ Patti Darbo WSHS
Phone: 507-494-1504
Address: 901 Gilmore Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WASHINGTON CROSSING
Washington Crossing, completed in 2004, was born out of an extensive renovation of the former Winona Middle School, originally built in the early 1900's. The apartments offer contemporary living, in a historic setting, and in a great location, which overlooks the Mississippi River and is within minutes of churches, parks, shops and restaurants. See Full Description for further details.
Contact: Tina Schmitt - Property Manager
Phone: 507-454-4129
Email: washingtoncrossing@charter.net
Address: 218 West Broadway
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WATKINS MANOR
Watkins Manor is a beautifully remodeled 60 unit assisted living community for older active adults who value their independence. Watkins Manor targets active seniors and those would like supportive service with daily activities such as bathing, medication management, laundry, Diabetes monitoring and much more. Watkins Manor provides a wide range of social, recreational and fitness program. For more information see Full Description.
Contact: Cheryl Krage
Phone: 507-494-7400
FAX: 507-494-7490
Email: ckrage@winonahealth.org
Website: Watkins Manor
Address: 175 E. Wabasha
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WHITEWATER HEALTH CARE CENTER
Medicare/Medicaid certified 62 bed nursing facility. We offer IV therapy, physical, occupational and speech therapies. Daily activities with outings around the area. Clinic located right in town.
Contact: Katie Shimek, LSW
Phone: 507-932-3283
FAX: 507-932-4756
Address: 525 Bluff Avenue
City/St/ZIP: St. Charles MN 55972

WIDOWED PERSONS SERVICE (WPS)
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.
Contact: Genevieve C. Bartz
Phone: 507-452-8334
Address: 104 Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINHAVEN COURT
Independent living for anyone age 62 and up or disabled. There are 118 apartments (1-bedroom) with emergency pull cords in bath and bedroom. Community Health Block Nurse visits building three times per month. Also has social clubs: Bingo, sewing, and cards.
Phone: 507-452-1521
Address: 104 Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA SENIOR ADVOCACY PROGRAM
Provides information, referral and assistance in areas of housing, health insurance counseling, money management, transportation and government benefits. Advocates may provide community education on senior services and benefits. See Full Description for further information.
Contact: Marsha/Barbara
Phone: 507-454-7369
FAX: 507-454-7652
Address: 251 Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA AREA HOSPICE SERVICES
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.
Phone: 507-457-4468
FAX: 507-457-4168
Email: rhoeg@winonahealth.org
Website: Winona Area Hospice Services
Address: 175 East Wabasha
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA AREA HUMANE SOCIETY
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.
Phone: (507) 452-3135
Email: wahs@hbci.com
Website: Winona Area Humane Society
Address: 1112 E Broadway
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA ARMS
Section 8 Government Housing; country living on the edge of town. Equal Housing Opportunity. Damage deposit required. One month's rent but not less than $50.00.
Phone: 507-452-1383
Address: 150 Pleasant Hill Drive
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA CLINIC, LTD
Multispecialty clinic for health care of all ages.
Contact: Brad Lenertz, Administrator
Phone: 507-454-3680
FAX: 507-457-7672
Address: 859 Mankato Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA COUNTY 4-H
The purpose of 4-H is to provide a variety of learning experiences for youth that contribute to their personal growth and development and that will help them to become contributing, self-reliant, and responsible members of society.
Contact: Carolyn Dingfelder
Phone: 507-457-6440
FAX: 507-454-9362
Email: dingf001@umn.edu
Website: Winona County 4-H
Address: 202 West 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA COUNTY ADULT FOSTER CARE
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.
Phone: 507-457-6200
Address: 202 West Third Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA COUNTY COLLABORATIVE
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.
Contact: Dina Bishara
Phone: (507) 494-0900
Website: Winona County Collaborative
Address: 902 E. 2nd St., Suite 330
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA COUNTY DEVELOPMENTAL ACHIEVEMENT CENTER-DAC
The DAC is a day training and Habilitation Program for adults (18 and up) with Developmental Disabilities. We provide employment in-center and in the community. We also have life skills, recreational, and community orientation programs.
Contact: Mary Hewett
Phone: 507-452-1798
FAX: 507-452-7504
Email: maryh@winonadac.org
Website: Winona County Developmental Achievement Center-DAC
Address: 1721 West Service Drive
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
Safety and disposal issues.
Phone: 507-457-6405

WINONA COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES DEPT.
The local agency administering public assistance, child support and social service programs.
Phone: 507-457-6200
Email: dhs@co.winona.mn.us
Website: Winona County Human Services Dept.
Address: 202 West Third St.
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING SERVICES
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.
Phone: 507-457-6400
FAX: (507) 454-9388
Address: 60 West 3rd Street (Plaza Square)
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA COUNTY RED CROSS
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.
Contact: Marie Plaskett
Phone: 507-452-4258
FAX: 507-452-0012
Email: arc2marie@luminet.net
Website: Winona County Red Cross
Address: 1660 Kraemer Drive
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA COUNTY RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM
Our purpose is to use restorative measures to help juveniles understand who is affected by their actions and to take accountability for their actions. We provide alternate, retributive and restorative programming for the at-risk youth in our communities.
Contact: Teresa Small
Phone: 507-457-6534
Address: 171 West 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE
Provides non-emergency transportation for medical appointments. Serves Disabled. Translator Services are available. Call to schedule trip to medical appointment. See Full Description for more detailed information.
Contact: Steven Johnson
Phone: 507-457-6455
FAX: 507-454-9395
Email: sjohnson@co.winona.mn.us
Address: 78 West Third Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA COUNTY WIC PROGRAM
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.
Contact: Ask for the WIC clerk
Phone: 507-457-6410
FAX: 507-454-9388
Website: Winona County WIC Program
Address: 60 West 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA FAMILY YMCA
Family, adult and youth recreation and fitness.
Contact: Andy Blomsness or Deb Kohner
Phone: 507-454-1520
FAX: 507-454-5272
Email: family@hbci.com
Website: Winona Family YMCA
Address: 207 Winona Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA FRIENDSHIP CENTER
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.
Contact: Malia Fox
Phone: 507-454-5212
FAX: 507-454-7652
Email: mfox@ci.winona.mn.us
Website: Winona Friendship Center
Address: 251 Main Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA HEALTH
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.
Contact: Winona Health
Phone: 507-454-3650
Email: info@winonahealth.org
Website: Winona Health
Address: 855 Mankato Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA HEALTH - HOSPICE SERVICES
Winona Area Hospice Services provides care and support for persons and their family living with a terminal illness.
Contact: Sheila Skeels
Phone: 507-457-4468
FAX: 507-457-4168
Website: Winona Health - Hospice Services
Address: 175 East Wabasha Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA HEALTH - SOCIAL SERVICES
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.
Contact: Sheila Skeels
Phone: 507-454-3650
Website: Winona Health - Social Services
Address: 855 Mankato Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA HEALTH ~ MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Winona Health offers both inpatient and outpatient mental health services
Phone: 507-454-2606
Website: Winona Health ~ Mental Health Services
Address: 855 Mankato Avenue
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA HEALTH HOME CARE
Home Care is designed to respond to the needs of patients and their families by providing health care at home after a hospital stay, as an alternative to a nursing home or for other maintenance care. See Full Description for more information.
Phone: 507-457-4468
FAX: 507-457-4168
Email: RHOEG@WINONAHEALTH.ORG
Website: Winona Health Home Care
Address: 175 East Wabasha
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA ORC
Job development, job coaching, support services and long-term follow up. Three levels of service: Center-based employment which includes return to work referral, income producing employment and supported services and training. Community-based employment including job skills classes, evaluations, job placement and job development. Supported employment program which are enclave positions under the guidance of WORC staff.
Phone: 507-452-1855
FAX: 507-452 -1857
Email: progerv@worcind.org
Website: Winona ORC
Address: 1053 East Mark Street
City/St/ZIP: Winon MN 55987

WINONA PARK RECREATION DEPARTMENT
We provide year-round activities for families, youth and adults. The activities are both recreation and enrichment based.
Contact: Maynard Johnson or Chad Ubl
Phone: 507-457-8258
FAX: 507-457-8219
Website: Winona Park Recreation Department
Address: 207 Lafyatte Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA POLICE DEPARTMENT
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
Contact: Chief Frank Pomeroy
Phone: 507-457-6302
FAX: 507-457-6489
Email: fpomery@co.winona.mn.us
Website: Winona Police Department
Address: 201 West 3rd Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Library Services.
Contact: James Stetina, Director
Phone: 507.452.4582
FAX: 507.452.5842
Website: Winona Public Library
Address: 151 West Fifth Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA SEMCAC SENIOR DINING
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.
Phone: 507-429-4211
Address: 165 East 4th Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA TRANSIT SERVICE
The public transit system for the cities of Winona and Goodview. See Full Description for information on Fees and Hours.
Phone: 507-454-6666
Address: 260 West Third Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WINONA WORKFORCE CENTER
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.
Phone: 507-453-2920
FAX: 507-453-2960
Website: Winona Workforce Center
Address: 1250 Homer Road, Suite 200
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

WOMEN´S RESOURCE CENTER
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.
Contact: Lori Woodward, Director
Phone: 507-452-4440
FAX: 507-452-9518
Email: www.wrcofwinona.org
Website: Women´s Resource Center
Address: 77 East Fifth Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

YELLOW CAB
Dispatcher phone number: 452-3331 Main Office phone number: 454-5200
Contact: Owners: Eric & Janet Nustad
Phone: 507-452-3331
Address: 260 East Third Street
City/St/ZIP: Winona MN 55987

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