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Questions about our services?

We have a team of staff and volunteers who can:

  • Provide information and answer questions about our services,
  • Connect you with program staff, and
  • Provide information about resources in the broader community

Email us at or call 763-489-7500

Front Desk

Staff and volunteers are at the front desk to connect in-person briefly.

We can help:

  • Provide information and resources
  • Receive documents and give them to staff on your behalf
  • Print, copy and scan important Interfaith-related documents

Front desk hours are: Click Here

Face Masks

Face masks are now optional in our building. Cloth/reusable and disposable masks are available at the front desk and in the food shelf.

Our intention is to continue to meet community needs while prioritizing health and safely. If you are sick, please stay home and continue to access services remotely.

Connecting with Services

If you’re a current or recent client (e.g. have used our services in the past year), please contact one of our teams by email, or call us at 763-489-7500.

Information about holiday and seasonal programs will be here on our website and in our regular client emails.

If you are new to Interfaith, or it has has been more than a year since you’ve used our services, email us at or call 763-489-7500 to get started.


Food Shelf 

The food shelf provides no-cost food and household essentials to help you stretch your budget.

Our grocery store style environment welcomes clients with a variety of healthy culturally-specific options, including fresh produce, gluten-free items, kid-friendly snacks, halal meats, dried beans, and a variety of drinks.

  • Appointments required:
  • Bring your picture ID.
  • Visit as often as every other week.
  • Food Shelf Hours:
    • Mondays:  1 – 6 p.m.
    • Wednesdays:  9 a.m. – 12 p.m. & 2 – 5 p.m.
    • Fridays:  9 a.m. – 12 p.m.


    Nutrition for All
    Interfaith Outreach is partnering with Nutrition for All to provide free nutrition counseling for Interfaith Outreach families who use the food shelf! This program is available through March 2023. All sessions are private and conducted one-on-one. In-person and virtual appointments are available. For more information or to sign up, email or call 401-203-7226.


Located in our building, Resale Select is a resale store staffed by community volunteers. The store carries clothing and household goods. Sales support Interfaith Outreach programs and services. Open to the public. Details at

 Winter Coats Available
In need of a new winter coat? 

  1. Requests will be taken at the front desk between October 17, 2022 and February 6, 2023.
  2. After your request is noted, visit the Resale Select store Monday – Friday between 12 p.m. and 3 p.m.*
  3. Store visits must occur within 10 days of your request.

* If those hours don’t work for you, please call Resale at 763-489-7549 to schedule an appointment (within 10 days of referral.)

To request assistance with the cost of Resale items, please contact our financial team at or call 763-489-7500.


Emergency Financial Assistance
Our financial team can help you resolve immediate financial crises and connect you with financial and other resources. Assistance includes rent, utilities and car repair. Learn more or begin an application by contacting our team directly at or call 763-489-7500.


New! Employment Newsletter: Sign up for our new Interfaith Employment Services newsletter here. Learn about local jobs in demand, recruiting events and trends, job search resources, free employment training opportunities, tech tips, and more!

Employment Services: Build Skills, Find a Job & Increase your Income
Employment Services provides a team of staff to help you achieve your education and employment goals. Support is available in three forms, including:

  • Express: Easy-to-access job search assistance, digital literacy training & other skill-building opportunities
  • Coaching: Coaching to find a job within 5 months that meets a families’ financial needs.
  • Training: Access to employment training opportunities that will increase earning potential

Connect with the team by emailing or calling 763-489-7500.

Computer Lab
We have a free job search and computer lab onsite!  Get assistance applying for jobs, updating your resume or building your computer skills.  Employment Services volunteers are available to provide individualized assistance. Visit our Computer Lab – no appointment needed – during the hours noted on our Computer Lab Calendar.

Employment Technology Assistance
Are you in need of a laptop or affordable internet to support your job search or employment training goals? We might be able to help. Call us at 763-489-7504 or email and request an appointment with an Employment Services staff person to discuss your technology needs.


Case Management
Case Management staff work one-on-one with individuals and families. Case Managers provide information, connections to resources, problem-solving assistance, advocacy, counseling and support. Their work focuses on helping you achieve your goals, including housing stability, and supporting your efforts within our Employment Services programs. For more information email us at or call 763-489-7500.

Self-Care and Emotional Support
Interfaith staff work with staff from Washburn Center for Children, Relate Counseling Center, Metro Behavioral Health, and the Center for Transformation and Training to provide access to support and counseling to children, adults and families. More information: Click Here


Caring for Kids (CfK)
Caring for Kids works with families with children ages 0-5 years old to ensure children enter kindergarten ready to learn. CfK provides early education scholarships that allow parents to choose high-quality childcare and education programs, case management, parent education and support, mental health support, and basic needs assistance. To learn more, email us at or call 763-489-7500.

Caring for Kids (CfK) Home Visits
The CfK Early Childhood Mental Health Practitioner, Debi Fink, works with CfK families to directly support parents and caregivers in their efforts to nurture important parent-child relationships and provides families with important emotional and mental health support. Her work can take place in your home or in any space that is comfortable for you and your family.  If you are currently participating in CfK and want to learn more, reach out to Debi at 

Assistance with Hennepin County Child Care Assistance
If you are in need of childcare you can call Hennepin County Child Care Assistance (CCAP) at 612-348-5937 to check your eligibility and begin the application process. Please let Caring for Kids staff know if you have any questions regarding this application process or any other child care related questions at


Neighborhood Program
The Neighborhood Program provides services to families living in the Plymouth and Medina neighborhoods listed below. We focus on housing and family stability; youth program access, and community connections.

  • Cranberry Ridge
  • Currents
  • Kimberly Meadows
  • Lakeview Commons
  • Medina Townhomes
  • Plymouth Colony
  • Shenandoah Woods
  • Stone Creek
  • Vicksburg Commons
  • Willow Wood Estates

Neighborhood Program staff are currently available in-person and via phone, text, and email.

Unsure of who your Neighborhood Program contact is? Call the Interfaith Outreach front desk at 763-489-7500.


If rides are needed, we recommend these options: 

  • Hennepin Health: Residents of Hennepin County who are eligible for MN Healthcare Programs may also be eligible for rides to medical appointments
  • Check with your health insurance provider on free or discounted rides to and from medical appointments 
  • Help to Your Door: Fees are applicable based on age and income