Heart to Heart is a cardiac rehabilitation support group for those who have had a cardiac event or who have heart disease along with their families and friends. For more information about the Heart to Heart Support Group call 320.225.3364.
The Diabetes Support Group welcomes people with diabetes, their families and friends. To learn more, call our diabetes educators at 320.225.3531 or Nutritional Services 320.225.3640.
The Caregivers Support Group offers emotional support and education for anyone caring for a loved one. This group is designed to provide a place to share personal experiences, strategies, and feelings. As a community service, there is no charge for this support group, and everyone is welcome to attend. To learn more, call Social Services […]
Shop for the area’s freshest local produce, baked goods and local art. All items for sale are produced within 50 miles. The Market is held on the Pine County Fairgrounds property along Old Hwy 61.
Our Parkinson’s support group is led by a team of physical, occupational and speech therapists who are certified in a Parkinson’s Disease treatment: LSVT BIG and LOUD. The group provides education, support and encouragement. To learn more, call Rehabilitation Services at 320.225.3356.
Patients, family members and friends learn about lymphedema, its treatment options, and how to become advocates for themselves and others. Our nationally certified lymphedema therapists lead the group, offering education and support to help you cope with the condition. To learn more, contact Julie O’Connor or Jenny, at 320.225.3356.
The Diabetes Support Group welcomes people with diabetes, their families and friends. To learn more, call Welia Health at 320.679.1313.
At Welia Health, the “Blow-Hards” is our educational and support group for individuals and their families living with lung disease such as emphysema, chronic asthma, and chronic bronchitis. To learn more, call Carol Hamilton at 320.225.3646.
This four-part prenatal education series designed to help you understand your pregnancy and your baby’s developmental stages, achieve a healthy pregnancy, and prepare for the birthing process and parenting.
Please join us for the important three-part series dedicated to raising awareness and understanding about the dangers of e-cigarettes and vaping. Thursday, November 21 from 6-7pm The Epidemic is Local: A Look at the Numbers Kanabec County Community Health Official KCSO School Resource Officer/DARE Instructor Tuesday, January 14 from 6-7pm e-Cigarettes, Vaping and the Impact […]