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United Way 2-1-1 provides free and confidential health and human services information for people in Minnesota. We’re here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to connect you with the resources and information you need. Whether you are in crisis, or need a little support, we’re here to help.
Volunteer Lawyers Network uses the power of volunteers to protect and enforce the legal rights of low-income Minnesotans, Protecting bank accounts from garnishment, criminal expungement preventing unlawful evictions, getting workers the wages they are owed and helping parents obtain custody of their children are just some of the ways our volunteers make a difference.

​The Office to End Homelessness has laid out a 10 year plan to end homelessness in Hennepin County.

​Bankruptcy Basics provides general information about federal bankruptcy laws and the bankruptcy process. It is not a guide for filing for bankruptcy.

​Each year OutFront Minnesota Community Services assists more than 800 people affected by anti-LGBTQ bias crimes or domestic violence. We provide a crisis support line, legal referrals, and free and confidential crisis counseling and advocacy services for LGBTQ crime victims.

Ready for Success provides low-income women and men with gently-used and new professional clothing, accessories, and new personal care items suitable for job interviews and the workplace.

The Harbor Light Center at 1010 Currie Ave., Minneapolis, is a safe place for people to stabilize their lives and begin the process of healing. We offer a wide range of basic needs and rehabilitation services to anyone in need, without discrimination. Our shelter is Minnesota’s largest homeless adult outreach facility and includes a clinical treatment program for men working to beat chemical dependency. We offer temporary housing and support services for up to six months to low-income single men and women, and some areas are able to accommodate young adults and families. Our Harbor Light Center is Minnesota’s largest homeless outreach facility.

Our mission is to minister, without charge, to children and low-income families and individuals. Our ministries are done in a non-threatening, caring and nurturing environment that preserves the human dignity of our guests and encourages self-esteem. Together we are striving to make a difference in the lives of others.

Pillsbury United Communities works with underestimated populations across Minneapolis to foster the resilience and self-sufficiency of individuals, families and community as a whole. We design solutions that address a spectrum of intersecting needs- from education to employment to health- while continually investing in our own capacity to innovate and improve. We’re creating a new model for nonprofit organizations with our interconnected system of programs, community centers, and social enterprises connects with over 55,000 individuals each year.  

Good jobs are the result of investments in skills, ambitions, and the connections to realize them. Wherever people are on their journey to a job, PUC supports them in finding sustainable, meaningful, and challenging work. More than job placements, we help people build their professional network and strengthen their economic stability.

Our professional Mobile Crisis Teams are available 24-hours to go to hospital emergency departments, group homes, community mental health clinics, public buildings or locations and individual citizens to help resolve a psychiatric crisis, address immediate needs, and facilitate access to hospitalization, community treatment centers or support services. Call Community Outreach for 
Psychiatric Emergencies. 612-596-1223 or (844) 296-COPE  24 Hours

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Attorneys from the law firm of Stinson Leonard Street (formerly Leonard, Street and Deinard) provide free legal services for CUHCC patients, based on annual income.
Legal issues the Stinson Leonard Street Legal Clinic can help with include:
Family law, such as divorce and child support
Guardianship and estate planning
Government benefits
Other issues, as determined by the legal committee

A healthy mouth is an important part of your overall health. CUHCC provides full-service dental care to people of all ages.

Southside Community Health Services accepts self pay, private insurance, and MNsure products including Medical Assistance, Minnesota Care, and Qualified Health Plans (QHP). No one is turned away due to lack of insurance or inability to pay. We offer services on a sliding fee scale based on federal poverty guidelines of family size and income. We ask patients to bring proof of income to their appointment to help determine whether they are eligible for the discount program. Services offered: Dental, Vision, Medical and Behavioral Health. 

Legal Clinics
Tubman’s clinics provide you an opportunity to obtain legal advice from volunteer family law attorneys regarding divorce, custody, child support, child protection, and GLBT family law issues. The attorneys will explain your legal rights, review your court documents and provide you with advice. Volunteer attorneys offer private, individual 20–30 minute meetings that are held both on and off-site. Interpreters are available on request. Pre-registration is required. Fee: $15.00 prepay or $20.00 at the door. Free for low-income individuals. Call: (612) 870‑2426