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Facing Financial Uncertainty? Find Resources!

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Here are 10 key resources to help bridge financial gaps.

  • Minnesota Workforce Center
    http://mn.gov/deed/job-seekers/ or https://www.careerforcemn.com/ 
    Find free tools, resources and services needed for job search, career planning and training needs.
  • Unemployment Insurance (UI) 
    www.uimn.org or call 651.296.3644, 877.898.9090 (Greater Minnesota) or 866.814.1252 (TTY).
    Apply for UI as soon as you are unemployed or when your hours are greatly reduced. 
  • Home Ownership Center 
    www.hocmn.org or call 651.659.9336 or 866.462.6466.
    Locate your local mortgage foreclosure prevention/housing counseling provider.
  • HOME Line
    www.homelinemn.org or call 612.728.5767 or 866.866.3546. 
    Obtain free legal, organizing, education and advocacy services for tenants.
  • Fare For All 
    www.fareforall.org or call 763.450.3880. 
    This cooperative food purchasing program is open to everyone. There are no income restrictions.
  • Health Center Locator
    www.findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov 
    Locate free or low-cost health centers with this online tool, including maps and contact information. 
  • RxAssist Prescription Medication Resource Center
    www.rxassist.org 
    Find info on pharmaceutical companies that provide free and low-cost medications based on income.
  • Energy Assistance  https://mn.gov/commerce/eap.jsp or call 800.657.3710 for help with your heating and cooling costs.   
  • Bridge to Benefits
    www.bridgetobenefits.org or call 651.227.6121. 
    An online screening tool to help determine eligibility for state-supported health care and assistance programs.
  • United Way 211
    www.211unitedway.org or call 211 on a landline phone, 800.543.7709 on a cell phone. This referral center will help you find local community programs of all sorts for all ages.