At Dakota Hope Clinic, our services don’t end with the ones we provide within our clinic. We understand that support goes further than pregnancy confirmation, STD testing, and support services. We also understand that when it comes to a pregnancy decision, each person’s circumstances are different. Everyone has their own struggles and we aim to address the concerns associated with those struggles by providing referrals for community resources to assist you.

Local Resources For You


WIC (Women, Infants, Children) is a program that assists pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, infants and children up until the age of 5. This program is available to women living in any county in North Dakota. WIC helps women by providing nutrition information, counseling, support, breastfeeding information, health screening and more. Learn about how to apply here.


Medicaid is a program funded by the state and federal government which provides health coverage to low-income individuals, pregnant women, children and more. Medicaid’s goal is to make health care accessible to those who wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to receive affordable care. Find out if you are eligible and learn how to apply here.

Public Assistance

The North Dakota Department of Human Services offers a variety of services for individuals who need assistance in meeting their basic needs. These programs help low-income individuals and families become more self-sufficient. Learn more about each service and how you can apply here.

Domestic Violence Crisis Center

Are you in an abusive relationship or are struggling after removing yourself from a violent situation? The Domestic Violence Crisis Center in Minot, North Dakota can assist you. They offer support groups, help with protection orders and more. You don’t have to be silent. Learn more about how the Domestic Violence Crisis Center can help you.

Northland Community Health Center

There are a few Northland Community Health Centers located in Minot, which can assist with physical health, dental, and mental health needs. If you are currently without health insurance or need additional assistance navigating your health, Northland Community Health Centers can help you. Learn more about what they do.

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