2020 Partners

Abused Adult Resource Center
The Abused Adult Resource Center is a private nonprofit agency dedicated to serving the needs of abuse victims and their families in south-central North Dakota. 
American Red Cross - West Dakota Chapter
American Red Cross provides relief to victims of disaster and helps communities prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. 
Bismarck Global Neighbors was founded to help New Americans overcome barriers to intergration and success in our community, leaving many in poverty. 
Bismarck Public Schools - Early Intervention
The Early Intervention Parent Mentor Program provides direct emotional and informational support to families that have children that are diagnosed with a high-risk condition that will potentially have long-term effects on the child's development.
Bismarck Public Schools - Head Start 
Head Start provides preschool services such as health, education, social services, and parent involvement to promote school readiness in children ages 3-5.  701-323-4400
Burleigh County Senior Adults Program
Burleigh County Senior Adults Program provides services to individuals age 60 years and older.  BCSAP receives United Way funds to provide meals and basic health maintenance services to keep aging adults independent and healthy. 
CCO partners with United Way to operate the "Wheels for Work" program, which matches qualified applicants with reliable transportation to assist them in finding and maintaining employment. 701-226-2488
Charles Hall Youth Services serves at-risk foster care youth, ages 10 – 19, through residential group home programming to assist them in making a successful transition from troubled adolescence to mature adulthood. 701-255-2773
Child's Hope Learning Center
Helping all children reach their fullest potential.  They provide an educational environment for children with and without disabilities to create an atmosphere of integration not isolation. 
Community Cupboard of Underwood
A food pantry open to all residents of McLean County. 701-595-0320
Crisis Care Chaplaincy (formerly Bismarck Law Enforcement Chaplaincy)
Crisis Care Chaplaincy serves the community by helping those in the community during stressful times in their lives. 
Dacotah Foundation
Bismarck Mandan Mentor Squad (formerly Big Brothers Big Sisters) makes a positive difference in the lives of youth through a professionally-supported one-to-one mentoring relationship with a caring adult. 701-223-4517
They provide a safe, family friendly environment that promotes hope, health, and healing to traumatized children and their families. 701-323-5626
Face It TOGETHER is a community addiction management organization designed to help those suffering from the disease of addiction to alcohol and/or drugs get well and stay well. FIT's innovative approach to addiction targets addiction sufferers and their families in the workplace. 701-323-8745
A partnership between Sanford Health and the Missouri Valley Family YMCA. Making health and wellness accessible to everyone in Bismarck and Mandan, Family Wellness is a place where everyone can thrive!
First Link 2-1-1 Helpline
2-1-1 is a simple, easy to remember, free number that connects callers to information about health and human services.  Callers who dial 2-1-1 in North Dakota are connected to FirstLink 2-1-1 Helpline, which provides confidential listening and support in addition to information and referral.  Call specialists are also trained in crisis intervention, including suicide intervention.
Girl Scouts - Dakota Horizons
Girl Scouts - Dakota Horizons offers girls from kindergarten through high school the opportunity to become leaders in their community. For more information, contact the Northwest District Office in Bismarck at 
Great Plains Food Bank
Great Plains Food Bank serves children, adults, and seniors living with or at immediate risk of hunger by providing access to (free) shelf-stable and perishable foods and grocery products through their partner network of charitable feeding programs. 701-751-6188
Guardian and Protective Services 
Guardian and Protective Services, Inc. provides needed protective services to vulnerable adults, who have no one to assist them. 
Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota
Since 1936, Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota has provided faith-based, human services across the state.  We provide 19 programs that serve families, youth and communities. 
Mandan Golden Age Services
Their agency’s mission is to establish and provide nutrition, health maintenance, education, recreation, and fellowship for citizens of Mandan who are 60 years of age or older. 
McLean Family Resource Center
The Mclean Family Resource Center provides prevention and intervention services for victims for domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes in McLean County. 1-800-651-8643
Ministry on the Margins is a volunteer-based ecumenical ministry committed to supporting those who fall through the cracks during times of transition. 701-426-8747 
Missouri River Educational Cooperative
The Missouri River Educational Cooperative provides a safe and caring environment for children to further assist in their educational growth and success. They also operate the North Dakota Readin Corps with the goal to help every child become a successful ready by the end of 3rd grade. 701-751-4041
Missouri Valley Family YMCA
Missouri Valley Family YMCA is a nonprofit organization that exists to serve the community through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. 
Neighbors Network
Neighbors Network provides in-home services to support families of school children who are experiencing difficulties that affect their children’s success in school by helping improve parenting, stabilize relationships and promote independent living in the community. 
The Northern Lights Council, Boy Scouts of America is a comprehensive youth development program for boys and young men ages 7-20 and young women ages 14-20. 701-223-7204
Rebuilding Together 
Rebuilding Together is the leading volunteer organization that, in partnership with the community, rehabilitates the houses of low-income homeowners, particularly the elderly and disabled, so that they may continue to live in warmth, safety and independence. This work is done by volunteers, with no cost to the homeowner. 
The Banquet is a community, free meal currently serving hundreds of meals every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday to the young, elderly, homeless, lonely and needy with compassion, dignity, respect and empathy. 
TR 4 HAS is a therapeutic riding program that specializes in physical, cognitive, and riding goals of individuals with special needs and at risk youth. 
Welcome House, Inc.
Welcome House is a faith-based agency serving homeless individuals and families in the Bismarck/Mandan area.
Youthworks provides a comprehensive array of services for at-risk youth, young adults and the parents of at risk-youth and young adults. 701-255-6909