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Find information on a range of community resources – food assistance, bill paying help, other free or reduced cost programs – at

Click on the category headings below to find additional resources.



Homeowners Assistance Now Available from HomeHelpMN 
HomeHelpMN will begin accepting applications this spring for assistance to homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgage or other housing expenses due to the pandemic. The need may be greater than the funds available. Homeowners are encouraged to prepare today so that you are ready to apply when the application period opens.  

Learn more: 


Tenant Resource Center
2100 Plymouth Avenue N, Minneapolis. 





Fare For All
A pop-up grocery store that sells packs of fresh produce and frozen meat at up to 40% off of retail prices 


Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Food benefits to supplement your food budget–how-we-help/services-and-programs/programs/snap-outreach.html 


Loaves and Fishes
Free curbside community lunches + dinners at various locations 


Lutheran Social Services Meals to Go
Food delivery for seniors 


Senior LinkAge Line
Home-delivered meals


Meals on Wheels
Food delivery for senior citizens who are 65+, people with disabilities, and people recovering from surgery or major illnesses who are having difficulties preparing meals 


Help at Your Door
Grocery delivery for a fee (sliding scale) for seniors and people with disabilities 


Hunger Impact Partners
Mobile app to locate kids’ meals during school closures 




Plymouth Metrolink Dial-A-Ride Is Now Click-and-Ride
Download the free app and learn more at

Hours of operation:
Monday-Friday: 6 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Saturday: 6 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Sunday: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. 

Questions about Plymouth Metrolink? Contact or call 763-509-5535. For information on translation services contact Nur Kasin at or 763-509-5013. 



The Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis ParentChild+ program is a free home visiting program for families that promotes creative ways to learn through play, enhances parenting skills and helps children prepare for school. Learn more.

WPS Early Learning Outreach Team

  • Do you have concerns about how your child is growing and learning?
  • Did you just move into the district and need school district information?
  • Do you have questions or need help registering your child for preschool?
  • Are you looking for one-to-one parent support?
  • Would you like to connect with other families and children?

If so, the Wayzata Early Learning School’s (WELS) Outreach Team would like to connect with you! WELS offers a variety of early learning opportunities for children ages birth to five including preschool, parent and child classes, early childhood screening, intervention programs, and much more! We offer both in-person and virtual classes. Our Outreach Team can assist you with class registration, scholarship information, get you connected with community resources, and/or answer questions about our programs and school district. Call us to learn more about our free family activity classes!

Contact Tori Lee, Early Childhood Outreach Specialist, at 763-238-9701 or email: for more information. You can also visit our school’s website.



Medicare Information Resource
Medicare in Minnesota is a resource center with a mission to tackle the challenges associated with Medicare. They do not sell or provide healthcare plans. They provide fact-based, data-driven, expert-reviewed information about Medicare and Medicare rights and advocate for solutions to healthcare coverage problems for aging adults. Their newly updated resource guide helps seniors through all of the available Medicare plan options and provides a list of helpful community organizations across Minnesota that can further support seniors with choosing a plan that meets their financial and medical needs.

For more information visit: Medicare in Minnesota |

Trellis (formerly Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging)
Services and resource information to meet the needs of a growing and diverse population of older adults. Senior LinkAge Line 800-333-2433.

Senior Community Services
Information on senior outreach, caregiver support and changes to services due to COVID-19 on their website.

Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels continues to deliver nutritious meals to individuals throughout the Twin Cities. Sign up online or call (612) 623-3363.

YMCA Health and Fitness Videos – Active Older Adult
On-demand videos showing follow-along home workouts.  Get started here.



Change to Chill
A website focused on the mental health and well-being of teens.
Change to Chill

Crisis Text Line
24/7 emergency service.
Text ‘MN to 741741’ if you or someone you know is experiencing a psychiatric or mental health crisis.
Visit the Crisis Text Line website for more information.

Minnesota Warmline
Professionally trained Certified Peer Specialists, with first-hand experience living with mental health conditions will answer your calls.
Text “Support” to 85511 or visit visit the Minnesota Warmline website.

The Walk-in Counseling Center
Walk-in Counseling Center website.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
A 24/7 lifeline providing support when in distress.
Call 1-800-273-8255.

Hennepin County’s Mental Health Services

County Crisis Contacts
A directory of mental health crisis phone numbers for adults and children organized by county

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Visit NAMI’s Minnesota office
Mental Health Support and COVID-19 webpage.



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