Support group for parents hurting from the destructive choices of chemical addition of their children. The group provides comfort, hope, encouragement, community, and strength.
Mission: To encourage hurting parents on their journey from pain to peace.
Jamii Elliott is a WI Licensed Massage Therapist in Winona, Minnesota. She is trained in a variety of modalities ranging from Prenatal to Cranio Sacral.
New client special *$40 for first 60 min massage!
Dr. Mike Uker is a corrective care chiropractor who also specializes in whole health, and is striving to help people reach their full God-given life potential. Dr. Mike is a Chiropractor, visionary, educator, writer, speaker, and a life coach.
Through being an avid researcher, he consistently and passionately teaches his patients how the body functions and the best ways to eat, exercise, and navigate the world.
Through many life experiences, like becoming a two-time All-American in Division I in wrestling, as well as facing a life changing illness that resulted in intermittent homelessness, Dr. Mike is seasoned and experienced with the ups and downs people experience with the health of the human body, and with life.
Contact Dr. Mike. He can help you navigate through the hardest times of the human experience.
Located in the heart of Winona, Minnesota. Muddy Waters Studio offers yoga, barre+piyo, kid’s yoga, workshops, trainings, and a limited availability of Young Living Essential Oils. Whether you are just beginning or have a daily practice, we’ve got something for everyone: from beginning to advanced; gentle and meditative; to hot, vigorous and challenging.
Muddy Waters is all about building community while growing your personal practice. We hope you’ll enter feeling welcomed and leave feeling inspired, challenged, and uplifted. We aspire to be a place where you can walk in, take off your shoes, and take a deep breath.
Sarah Ventura holds certifications in both Rapid Transformational Therapy and Hypnotherapy.
She was trained in London, England directly by Marisa Peer, a world-renowned therapist.
Do you need help? Drop excess weight, eliminate an addiction, skyrocket your self-confidence.
Contact Sarah today for a free consultation and learn how she can help you transform your life.
Mission: To facilitate and maintain sustainable clinic-community linkages to evidence-based health promotion programs.
WellConnect is designed to meet the long-term health and wellness needs of people in Southeast Minnesota. It does this by engaging diverse stakeholders in the delivery of evidence-based health promotion programs in community settings. All programs and procedures are proposed, developed, and carried out by and for the people of Southeast Minnesota to meet the specific and expressed needs of local stakeholders.
Click here to watch a short video about WellConnect.
Bridging the gap between you and health care. Free health screenings and primary care services for anyone with or without insurance. No appointment needed. All ages are welcome.
Three Convenient Locations
Winona Food Shelf
402 E. 2nd St. Winona
Enter at Chestnut Room
January 24th – April 25th
251 Main St. Winona
Enter main doors
January 24th – April 25th
69 E. 3rd St. Winona
Enter between 3rd & 4th St., next to Community Bible Church
January 24th – March 28th
Through Bridges’ preventative health approach for a more healthy lifestyle, services to address both physical and emotional health include:
- Health screenings
- Physical examination
- School & sports physicals
- Vision & hearing
- Foot & nail care
- Ear wash
- Neck & shoulder massage
- Blood pressure checks
- Chronic condition support
- Medication review
- Heart Health Program
Coron Family Chiropractic takes great pride in providing the finest chiropractic wellness care to patients. They provide advanced spinal correction utilizing “state of the art” chiropractic equipment and techniques. They specialize in Atlas Orthogonal as well as in traditional chiropractic.
Solomon’s Song fosters community connections that fortify our belief that we are all more alike than we are different. We promote healthy mind/body, celebrate diversity and work to stomp out stigma in its many forms.
Walkabout Winona is a premier student run tour company capturing Winona’s rich history street by street. Backed by the Winona State University (WSU) College of Business, Walkabout aspires to connect visitors and community members to the rich history of Winona through walking tours presented by a premier, student-run non-profit organization.
- Discover the latest treatments
- Learn to improve your prognosis
- Get financial aid for medical expenses
The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance is an online educational and support resource for veterans, seniors, cancer patients, and caregivers. Dedicated to providing answers to patients. Here you can find a range of information that talks about the cancer itself, the types of treatment that is expected, and preventative measures. Along with a list of doctors and cancer clinics that specialize in this diagnosis.
Winona Health is a community owned non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs of the Winona, Minnesota, regional community.
This hospital has a full range of services and a pharmacy. Clinics are often open to the public. Offerings include support groups, community classes, events, education programs, free community health clinic for non-insured, Healthy Kids youth program, and Junior Volunteers program.
The Winona Health Eye Care Center provides a full spectrum of services from comprehensive exams to chronic eye disease management and surgical treatment for people of all ages.
- Cataract Surgery
- Treatment for glaucoma
- Treatment for macular degeneration
- Surgical treatment for eye muscles: strabismus (for example crossed eyes or lazy eye)
- Eyelid repair procedures (for example droopy eyelids causing impaired vision)
- Comprehensive eye exams
- Special exam room designed and equipped for pediatric eye exams
- Expert contact lens fitting
- Full selection of eye glasses from popular designers
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Winona Health offers both inpatient and outpatient psychiatric and counseling services.
Inpatient Psychiatric and Counseling Services: Department of Behavioral Medicine
Winona Health includes an 8-bed inpatient unit known as the Department of Behavioral Medicine. This secured unit offers special programs for those suffering from chemical dependency, anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, schizophrenia and psychosis.
Outpatient Services: Winona Health Psychiatric and Counseling Services
Winona Health Psychiatric & Counseling Services offers a comprehensive array of outpatient services:
- Mental health counseling
- Psychiatric and psychological evaluations
- Medication management
- Parenting concerns
- Geriatric counseling
The Winona Health Psychiatric and Counseling staff includes psychiatrists, licensed counselors, therapists and support staff.
Winona Health Senior Services encompasses a range of services designed to foster independence for older adults or individuals of any age who have a disability or chronic illness. Whether services are delivered through an individual’s home, our assisted living community, transitional/rehabilitative care at Lake Winona Manor or one of our memory care residences, Winona Health staff helps individuals remain independent while maintaining their health and increasing their comfort. These services also provide peace of mind for individuals and their families.
Senior Services include:
- Assisted Living through Watkins Manor, Adith Miller and Roger Metz Manors
- Long-term Care through Lake Winona Manor
- Memory Care
- Palliative Care
- Therapeutic Recreation
- Transitional Care
The Minnesota Department of Human Services is an organization of individuals with a commitment to bettering the lives of Minnesotans by helping to provide essential services to Minnesota’s most vulnerable residents. Working with many others, including counties, tribes and nonprofits, DHS helps ensure that Minnesota seniors, people with disabilities, children and others meet their basic needs and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
MDHS’ largest financial responsibility is to provide health care coverage for low-income Minnesotans. They are also responsible for securing economic assistance for struggling families, providing food support, overseeing child protection and child welfare services, enforcing child support, and providing services for people with mental illness, chemical dependency, or physical or developmental disabilities.
- Birth and death certificates
- Around-the-clock monitoring for infectious diseases
- Assurance that the water and food are safe to drink and eat
- A swift, effective response to disease outbreaks and public health emergencies
- Investigation into novel illnesses
- Planning with hospitals and health care systems to rapidly care for large numbers of injured or ill victims
- An immunization program for preventable diseases
- Data to identify economic trends such as health care costs
- Data to identify public health concerns, such as obesity
- Health reforms to improve population health and the medical system
- Quality measurement and public reporting of clinical care
- Statewide health improvements that focus on policy, environmental, and systems changes in communities
- Assurance that inappropriate care in nursing homes, hospitals and other care facilities is corrected
- Planning to help ensure rural Minnesotans have access to care
- Statewide food programs for women, infants and children
- Information about health behaviors and chronic disease prevention, such as which diseases are among the most prevalent, costly and preventable
- Information about effective approaches to improving health and reducing the state’s incidence of chronic diseases.
- Efforts to eliminate health disparities between Minnesota’s different ethnic populations
- Programs that encourage people to make healthy choices
- Advice about reducing environmental and pollution risks to health
- Assurance the dead are disposed of properly