Frequently Requested Resources

Below are a list of Frequently Requested Resources.  The Social Workers at Jenny Lind have more information and other resources that can support you, your child, and your entire family. Don't be afraid to reach out.

 

 

Mental Health Resources

  • Hennepin County Crisis (612) 348-2233
    • The mobile crisis team will go where the child is located to provide a risk assessment, help to de-escalate crisis, develop a plan to keep the child safe at home, and offer resources and referrals. Telephone consultation and stabilization services are also available.
    • Call 911 if the child or someone else is in immediate physical danger.

 

  • Hennepin County Front Door Access (612) 348-4111
    • For families who are not covered by insurance or if are having difficulty requesting mental health services for your child

 

  • Washburn Center for Children 1100 Glenwood Ave (612) 871-1454 https://washburn.org/
    • Individual/Family Therapy, Therapeutic groups, Home based services

 

 

  • Children’s Hospital Behavioral Health (612) 813-8455 http://www.childrensmn.org/services/behavioral-health
    • Outpatient therapy, Psychological and neuropsychological assessments, and Consultation to outpatient and inpatient medical service. Psychiatric assessment and consultation to children.  Assessment and intervention of neuro-developmental problems.

 

  • NorthPoint Inc 1315 Penn Ave N (612) 767-9500 http://www.northpointhealth.org    
    • Counseling for Children (ages 4 years and older ), Adolescents, and Adults, Therapeutic Support Groups (Women or Men) Psychiatric Services (Children and Adult)

 

  • Northside CSP/People Inc. 1309 Girard Avenue North (612) 521-2116   http://www.peopleincorporated.org/program/northside-community-support-program/
    • Services include: housing assistance, benefits assistance, supportive counseling, peer support, recreational activities, psychosocial educational and support groups, community outreach, community education, family education, MI/CD support groups, and referral to other community supports to help people manage their illness and recovery.

 

  • Cornerstone 1000 E 80th St. Bloomington MN 55420 (952) 884-0376 http://cornerstonemn.org/
    • Individual and Group Counseling, Individual Therapy,Parent Support.

 

  • P.O.R.  Emotional Wellness 8421 Wayzata Blvd. Suite 250 Golden Valley, MN 55426 (952) 835-6540 http://poremotionalwellness.com/
    • Psychotherapy, Play therapy, Anger Management, Life Skills, Case Management

 

  • Pathways 7575 Golden Valley Rd  Suite 230 Golden Valley, MN 55427 (763) 525-8590 http://www.pathwayscounselingcenter.org/  
    • Child & Adolescent Counseling, Anger Management, Self-Esteem, School Problems, ADHD, Defiance Disorders, etc., Family Counseling

 

 

  • Headway Emotional Health 701 Decatur Ave N Golden Valley (763) 746-2411 https://www.headway.org/
    • Counseling, Case Management, Testing

 

  • Morningsong Therapy Center Inc. - Hmong Therapist Available 25 W Diamond Lake Rd Mpls, MN 55419 (612) 787-5121
    • Counseling- Lisa Hill, Bao Mona
 

Legal Services (Housing)

Central Minnesota Legal Services

430 First Avenue North, Suite 359

New clients: (612) 334-5970

(612) 332-8151

http://www.centralmnlegal.org/

Family, housing, consumer


Domestic Abuse Project

(612) 874-7063

Northpoint Advocacy Office

1315 Penn Avenue North

612.529.7477 (collect calls accepted)

Domestic violence, family law, sexual assault


Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid

430 1st Avenue North #300

http://mylegalaid.org/about/locations/minneapolis/

Intake Phone: 612-334-5970

Office Phone: 612-332-1441

Legal assistance for individuals with housing related problems (eviction, sub-standard housing, need for repairs, rent increases, landlord abuses, loss of public housing matters, etc.)


Food Resources

Camden Promise Food Shelf

4656 Colfax Ave. N

612-964-0881  

http://www.thecamdenpromise.org/

1st & 3rd Saturday of the month 12:30 – 3 pm.    

Photo ID, proof of current residence, birth dates of all family members.

Clients can access a clothing closet and are offered lunch.

 

NorthPoint Inc

1315 Penn Ave N

(612) 767-9500

http://www.northpointhealth.org/

For more details call 612-767-9159 or 612-767-9150.

 

Emergency Food Shelf Network, Inc.

8501 54th Ave N

Minneapolis, MN 55428

(763) 450-3860

https://thefoodgroupmn.org/

 

Fare for All Program

763-450-3880 or 1-800-582-4291

https://fareforall.org/

The Fare for All program is not a food shelf. It is a monthly program that allows participants to receive a package of food including fruits, vegetables and meat, for about $20. Some locations add a small transportation fee. Call for neighborhood locations and more information.

 

Salvation Army Parkview

2024 Lyndale Avenue North

612-522-6581

http://salvationarmynorth.org/community/minneapolis-n-lyndale-ave/

Food Shelf is by appointment only 612-522-6581

 

River of Life Church

2200 Fremont Avenue North

612-521-7655

Free Dinner  Monday–Friday 5:30–6:30 pm


Community Emergency Assistance Program (CEAP)

7051 Brooklyn Boulevard

Brooklyn Center, MN 55429

763.566.9600

http://www.ceap.org/services/family-services/food-support/

Food and other services available for families and individuals living in Brooklyn Center or Brooklyn Park.  M-F 8am - 4:30pm and Wednesdays 8am - 7pm.

 

Resource List created by Jenny Lind Social Work Team.  Last updated 9/2016