|Find Other Help|
|This page has information and helpful links to programs that are not
included in the Bridge to Benefits eligibility screening tool.|
This site offers a directory of services
designed to help people in Minnesota identify resources such as human
services, information and referral, financial assistance, and other
forms of help within Minnesota. It is especially rich in resource
information for seniors and their caregivers; disabled and their
caregivers; parents and families; and low income people.
United Way 211United
211 is a free, statewide information and referral service.
Professional staff members are available 24 hours a day, seven days a
week, to answer your questions and connect you with over 20,000
community services. Just dial 2-1-1. Cell phone users can call
651-291-0211 or e-mail email@example.com. Help in
other languages is available Monday - Friday from 8:30am - 5:00pm.
For Spanish, dial 651-291-0211.
For Russian, dial 651-698-9167.
For Hmong, Laotian or Vietnamese, dial 651-721-4852.
- Asset Development
- Early Childhood Education
- Disability Services
- Employment & Financial
- Food & Nutrition
- Health & Dental
- Housing & Transporation
- Senior Citizens
|1. Asset Development|
Asset building helps families move toward greater self-sufficiency by accumulating savings and purchasing long-term assets. The theory behind
this approach is that helping people purchase an asset, as opposed to
simply increasing their income, provides longer term stability. Click here to learn about asset development programs in Minnesota.
|2. Early Childhood Education|
Click here for information on quality early childhood
education-related programs, including Head Start and Early Childhood
Family Education. This section also contains resources to find a child care provider
and help pay for child care.
|3. Disability Services|
Click here to learn about services for people with disabilities or their families.
|4. Employment & Financial|
Click here for information about Unemployment Insurance, Diversionary Work Program, and tools for those seeking work.
|5. Food & Nutrition|
Click here for information on emergency food shelves and other nutritional programs.
|6. Health & Dental|
Click here for additional health programs, including links to free and
low-cost health clinics, dental care services, and prescription drug
|7. Housing & Transporation|
Click here for programs that help families find housing and transportation.
Click here for more information about free help with civil legal matters for low-income individuals or families.
|9. Senior Citizens|
Click here for services for senior citizens, their families, and their caregivers.