The Min No Aya Win Human Services Center is located just off Big Lake Road, approximately 1.5 miles west of the Highway 33 and Big Lake Road intersection in Cloquet, MN. Min No Aya Win is approximately 1 mile east of the Fond du Lac Tribal Center and the Fond du Lac Ojibwe School.
The Center for American Indian Resources is located at 221 W 4th St, Duluth, MN, and can be reached at (218) 879-1227.
Fond du Lac Human Services
927 Trettel Lane
Cloquet, MN 55720
Toll Free #: 1-888-888-6007
Advocacy Crisis Line # (218) 348-1817
Advocacy Crisis Pager # (218) 725-9289
Hours of Operation
To register with FDL Human Services, please complete the following forms. You can either send by U.S. mail or drop off your completed registration form and any other documentation to either:
Fond du Lac Human Services Registration at 927 Trettel Lane, Cloquet, MN 55720
Center for American Indian Resources at 221 W 4th St, Duluth, MN 55806.
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FDL Human Services Registration
Certification of Tribal Enrollment
Proof of Residency
Proof of Indian Household Membership
FDL Service Area Communities
Vaccine Eligibility Requirements (updated 3/24/21)
NOTICE: Due to COVID-19, FDL Human Services Optical is asking patients to call and schedule curbside pickup for their orders. Call 218-878-2170 to schedule curbside pickup. Click here for details.
NOTICE: Fond du Lac Social Services Department and the Oh No! 18 Program are partnering to do an independent living skills group. This group is available to youth ages 14 - 20 who have been in out-of-home placement for at least 30 days after their 14th birthday. The group meets on Tuesdays from Aptil 27 - July 13. Click here for full details.
Vaccination Update: Please take a look at our community COVID-19 vaccination percentages. Our goal is to vaccinate 90% of our elders (ages 52+). If you are interested in receiving your COVID-19 vaccine, please call 218-878-3791 to schedule your appointment. Vaccination Percentages Update
COVID-19 Testing Clinic: The Minnesota Department of Health recommends that all school-age youth returning to school, sports, or extracurricular activities, and their families, get tested for COVID-19 every two weeks through the end of the school year. Testing, plus wearing masks and taking other precautions, such as social distancing and staying home (quarantining) when needed, are some of the best tools we have to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Getting tested regularly is the best way to know you are still healthy. In response to MDH's new recommendations we will be offering FREE saliva testing events the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month. This month's events will take place on March 11th and 25th from 2:30pm-5:30pm at the Fond du Lac Ojibwe School Gym. Event attendees must be 18 years of age, or have a parent or guardian present. Pre-registration is encouraged, but not required. Online registration is available here. If you have questions regarding the community testing, please contact community health services at 218-878-3732. See details by clicking here.
HSD Survey: If you receive services from Fond du Lac Human Services, you may receive a call from Professional Research Consultants, who are helping us gather feedback from patients. This feedback will help FDL HSD provide you with the best care possible. Click here for full details.
Human Services Prevention/Intervention Family Activities: The FDL P/I Department is providing healthy alternative family activities for FDL Community members. Bowling at Skyline Lanes, and Skating and World of Wheels! See information on each below:
Skyline Bowling Activity Details
World of Wheels Skating Activity Details
The FDL Human Services Social Services Department offers Housing and Direct Client Assistance, which includes the Family Homelessness Prevention and Assistance Program. For full details and contact information, click here.
Healthy Lifestyle Programs - Weight Loss, Diabetes Prevention, Nutrition and more!
Become a Foster Parent - Open your home. Change a child's life forever. Fond du Lac Social Services is accepting applications for foster care homes.
Purchased/Referred Care (PRC) funds are used to supplement and complement other health care resources to eligible people. Click here to read the process for PRC usage.
Are you due for your annual dilated eye exam? Call FDL Human Services Division to make your appointment. Click for details.
Please see all COVID-19 related updates by clicking here.
Human Services Advisory Board
We are pleased to announce the names of our Human Services Advisory Board members. The HSAB meets the second Wednesday of each month at Min No Aya Win. If you have questions about the advisory board, please contact Sophie Tibbetts at 218-879-1227.
Vern Zacher, Board Chairman
Mike Murray, Jr.
Mary Ann Walt
Patient Portal: A new, convenient way for you to securely contact your provider, see your Personal Health Records, view upcoming appointments, and more! Click here for details. See a registration employee to enroll!
Patient Portal Access Page
The Opioid Crisis in Indian Country - A presentation to the Fond du Lac Community given at the Black Bear Casino Resort on Tuesday, March 8, 2016.
The Fond du Lac Family Wellness Collaborative and Fond du Lac Human Services presents the FDL Speak-Up Line. Click here for details and the phone number.
Addiction Support Groups are offered through the Tagwii Recovery Center. Click here for details and contact information.
Rule 25 Walk-Ins Assessor Availability - CAIR & Tagwii Recovery Center
Wiidookaage Cancer Plan 2025 - A Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan revised and implemented by the FDL Community Health Program Cancer Team.
HIPAA Brochure (pdf file)
Patient Rights (pdf file)