St. Joseph

St. Josephs Health

Community Health:

CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health believes that preventing disease, protecting your health and promoting wellness is vital in creating healthy communities. Our services focus on improved wellness for children and adults of all ages so that they experience better health.

Serving as Hubbard County’s public health agent, CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health nurses and staff work to deliver wellness, education, and outreach to area communities.

Contact us: 218.237.5464

Violence Prevention:

CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health works to create and promote a culture of non-violence and a healthier society. A Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) Mission & Ministry Grant brings violence prevention programs to area communities including:

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Initiative
  • The FATHER Project
  • Be Kind Program
  • “Second Step,” middle school curriculum
  • Mentoring support
  • Parent and family resources

Contact: 218.507.1869

father project

The FATHER Project assists father in overcoming barriers that prevent them from supporting their children economically and emotionally.

  • Hubbard, Becker & Cass County fathers and families have resources:
  • Personal consultation with a father advocate
  • Parenting support and fatherhood skills classes
  • Child support services
  • Father and family activities
  • Adult Basic Education and GED services
  • Employment services

CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health sponsors the FATHER Project through Goodwill-Easter Seals of Minnesota.

Please click here to view the FATHER Project brochure

Contact us: 218.255.2063 Location: 1415 First St. East, Suite 2 (Hwy. 34, lower level RE/MAX building)


Hubbard in Prevention coalition was established in 2011 following the award of the Project and Implementation grant in partnership with CHI St. Joseph’s Health.  This grant was a five year grant and ended in June of 2016. In September 2016 it was announced that the Drug Free Communities grant was awarded to Hubbard in Prevention. The primary focus is the prevention of alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drug use by youth.  The focus population is youth living in or attending school in Hubbard County. This includes the school districts of Park Rapids, Nevis, and Laporte.

 Through prevention strategies, HIP strives to reduce the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs by youth in Hubbard County.

A united community where children prosper and grow into healthy adults

Office Hours:  Monday-Friday 8:00am- 4:30pm


 Address: Frank White Education Center 301 Huntsinger Ave. Park Rapids, MN 56470

Main Phone: (218)-255-3692

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