COVID-19 Relief Resources
We know a lot of families are struggling. Applicants for our grant listed concerns about their children’s mental and physical health, being able to access the services and supports they need, and simply being able to provide healthy food, safe physical activities, and a roof over their heads.
Our family grants were just a drop in the bucket, so we want to remind you that there are many places throughout Hennepin County that can help you with some of these needs.
COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program (211; 651-291-0211; or Toll Free:1-800-543-7709) provides housing assistance payments to help prevent eviction, prevent homelessness, and maintain housing stability for eligible renters and homeowners.
Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County (952-930-3541) provides residents help with housing, rent, utilities, health insurance, food support, and more.
HENNEPIN COUNTY, (612-596-1300) provides residents help with emergency assistance, cash, food and child care assistance, health care assistance and more.
The Hennepin County Family Services Collaboratives can also help connect you to resources.
- Mental Health
- Supporting children’s mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic: Resources for Parents [Please attach the document I sent in my email to you, Nate.]
- FasttrackerMN – Link to mental health and substance use disorder resources in MN
- Crisis: COPE Mental Health Crisis Teams @ 612-348-2233
- Call **CRISIS (274747) from anywhere in MN to reach your local County crisis team.
- Parks & Recreation –
- Housing, Rent, & Utilities –
- Computers and Tablets – PCs for People provides free or low cost computers
- Homework Help Online (free tutoring service from HC Libraries)
- See your school district’s website for information on the 2020-2021 school year
- United Way – 211, 651-291-0211. Free Assistance connecting to local resources.