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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 call 888.438.5627 
    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 or 877.898.9090 
    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 800.582.4291 
    The cooperative food purchasing program is open to everyone. There are no income restrictions.
  • Health Center Locator
    www.findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov or call 877.313.1823 
    Locate free or low-cost health centers including maps and contact information with this online tool. 
  • RxAssist Prescription Medication Resource Center
    www.rxassist.org or call 401.729.3284 
    Find info on pharmaceutical companies that provide free and low cost medications based on income.
  • Energy Assistance 800.657.3710 or www.uimn.org/uimn/ for help with heat and cooling costs.   
  • Bridge to Benefits
    www.bridgetobenefits.org or call  651.227.6121 
    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 landline phone or 800.543.7709 on cell phone.  This referral center will help you find local community programs of all sorts for all ages.