Human Services

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
(218) 879-1227
Toll Free #: 1-888-888-6007
Advocacy Crisis Line # (218) 348-1817
Advocacy Crisis Pager # (218) 725-9289
Hours of Operation

February 2017 Calendar of Events

FDL Human Services

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

Medical Alert:

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has issued a press release about the rise of Syphilis cases among Indian women in Minnesota. Click below to read the press release, and to visit the MDH website for more information.
Press Release about rise in Syphilis cases
Minnesota Dept. of Health Syphilis informational web 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.

Talk Turkey About Your Advance Directive - an advance directive is a written statement of a person’s wishes regarding medical treatment, often including a living will, made to ensure those wishes are carried out should the person be unable to communicate them to a doctor.

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.

The FDL Public Health Nursing Program now has a Cancer Plan linked into Cancer Control PLANET, a government site allowing health care professionals to network together and help avoid the risks of cancer in our community.


General Information

HIPAA Brochure (pdf file)

Patient Rights (pdf file)

History of the Human Services Division and Mission Statement

Accreditation and Collaborative Efforts

Client Information

Client Eligibility and Billing

Human Services MSDS page (staff only)