RED WING, Minn. — Since 2001, the former hospital facility on 4th Street in Red Wing, known at the Professional Community Center, has been a satellite location for Mayo Clinic Health System. Hospice and behavioral health services have been provided by staff in the facility. In addition, the excess capacity in the building was made available rent-free to non-profit organizations who serve members of the community. On December 10, Mayo Clinic Health System employees and the CARE Clinic, a non-profit serving un-insured and low-income residents of Goodhue County and Lake City, transitioned their services to the recently renovated Seminary Professional Building at 906 College Ave., Red Wing, where they will continue to serve patients.
Non-profit organizations have successfully moved to new locations throughout the Red Wing area. To assist with moving and settling into their new office locations, Mayo Clinic Health System provided a “house warming” financial donation to each organization to thank them for their partnership and ongoing work in the community. Although they will no longer be co-located, Mayo Clinic Health System will continue to collaborate on programs and outreach that enhance the health and well-being of the community.
The beneficiary organizations and their new addresses in Red Wing are:
Faith in Action, 320 West Ave, faithinactionredwing.org
An interfaith volunteer program serving seniors and others in distressed circumstances with the goal to help individuals remain independent. All services are provided by volunteers with no charge to the recipient.
Habitat for Humanity, 614 Plum Street, gchabitat.org
Bringing people together to build homes, build hope, and build community.
Hispanic Outreach, 628 West 5th St, hispanicoutreach.org, 651-301-2184
Serves Hispanics through support services, advocacy and education to ease integration into the community while preserving culture.
HOPE Coalition, P.O. Box 62, Red Wing, MN 55066, hope-coalition.org
Telephone number and 24-hour crisis lines remain the same, Main number: 651-388-9360
24-Hour Crisis & Support Hotlines:
Domestic Violence 1-800-369-5214 Sexual Assault 1-800-519-6690
Programs are temporarily being offered in two locations:
Christ Episcopal Church – lower level, 321 West Avenue, (enter through East Avenue side of building)
United Lutheran Church – lower level, 628 West 5th Street, (enter via alley between the church and the County building)
Three Rivers Community Action Inc., 614 Plum Street, threeriverscap.org
Works with community partners to address basic human needs of people in our service area, thereby improving the quality of life of the individual, family and community.
Press ContactKristy Jacobson