Minnesota Department of Human Services – The Minnesota Department of Human Services helps people meet their basic needs by providing or administering health care coverage, economic assistance, and a variety of services for children, people with disabilities and older Minnesotans.
- General Assitance
- Minnesota Supplemental Aid
- Food Support / EBT / Food Stamps
- General Assistance Medical Care
- How to apply for Cash, Food & Health Care assistance programs
- Cash Assistance
- Food Support
- Healthcare Programs
Minnesota AIDS Project – MAP is the state’s largest social service organization that serves those living with HIV / AIDS.
Pride Alive – a division of the Minnesota AIDS Project made up of gay and bisexual men and allies working together to stop the spread of HIV and STDs by creating and sustaining a healthy sexual community. Pride Alive empowers individuals to participate in their health through educational, social, political, and civic involvement.
H.E.A.R.T. Inc – A 501(c)(3) organization who’s mission is to Help Enable Alcoholics and Addicts Receive Treatment through their Grant and Loan programs.
The Red Door Clinic – The Red Door Clinic is a division of the Hennepin County Community Health Department which provides diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). It is a walk-in clinic.
African American Family Services – The mission of African American Family Services is to help the African American individual, family and community reach a greater state of well-being through the delivery of community-based, culturally specific chemical health, mental health, and family preservation services.
American Indian Resource and Referral Database – designed to help Native people and social service workers find Native cultural and social services in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. The system currently lists over 230 organizations designed to assist Native people and the list continues to be updated and expanded.