Information about Hennepin County services and actions related to COVID-19. An information line is available to call for help with essential needs, including clothing, financial assistance, grocery and household supplies, medical care and equipment, or medication.
There's also an extensive list of other local resources: COVID-19 community resources.
Directory providing services, programs and partnerships that address poverty and increase family and economic stability in Hennepin County.
Directory of food and hunger resources that can be sorted by type and location.
Advocacy and education site with local resources and mental health support.
Information from the Minnesota Department of Health covering government orders, up to date data on the pandemic in Minnesota and resources available to residents.
State information for applying for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), locating food shelves and meal programs, and other food support resources.
Helpline information to report bias and discrimination during COVID-19. Allows those who experience or witness bias and discrimination to report incidents to the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.
Special enrollment period (SEP) available for qualified individuals who are currently without insurance in response to the potential growth of COVID-19.
Highlights of the Native Governance Center's approach to nation building, tips for Indigenized communication during COVID-19, and the values that scope their response and decision making during this time.
Information for women in need of crisis support, including emergency shelter, basic needs, and advocacy.