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This program helps charter schools maintain compliance with state and federal education requirements, in addition to promoting academic success. It provides Minnesota students with high quality choices in public education across a portfolio of high-performing charter schools.

Ages served
Grades PK-12
Need/Service
Education
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Varies by school (Tuition free public education)
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Intensive, residential mental health treatment for severely emotionally unstable children and adolescents suffering from mood and anxiety disorders, personality disorders, self-destructive behaviors, eating disorders, thought/dissociative disorders, and a history of trauma. 

Ages served
11-17
Need/Service
Mental Health
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Funding for participant placement is typically received through state/county social services, or private medical insurance.
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Caregiver support, ranging from respite services to help navigating health care systems, for caregivers of adults with debilitating illness, including dementia and Alzheimer’s. Services are culturally specific to the African American and East African communities in the Greater Twin Cities area, available in English, Ethiopian, Oromo, and Somali.

Ages served
60+
Need/Service
Caregiving
Dementia
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Caregiver support and education services are free to participants; Healthcare services with our Community Health Workers are eligible for Medical Assistance and Elderly waiver, Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI) waiver, and Alternative Care (AC) waiver.
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Support for African American and East African older adults in Hennepin and Ramsey counties, including healthcare coordination, economic counseling, housing stability services, immigration issue support, family mediation, and mental health support. Program staff are reflective of the communities they serve.

Ages served
60+
Need/Service
Housing
Meals
Resources
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Services are free to participants
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Comprehensive, culturally competent, language-specific mental health services for deaf, deaf/blind, and hard of hearing youth and families experiencing emotional or behavioral issues. Intensive therapeutic, skill building, and rehabilitative services strengthen emotional, behavioral, and social functioning.

Ages served
Infancy to 22
Need/Service
Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Mental Health
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Insurance accepted, including Medical Assistance; Some clients are eligible for grants to cover the cost of care
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Legal services for clients of all ages and abilities, offering assistance with wills, trusts, estate planning, probate, powers of attorney, health care directives, guardianship, conservatorship, special needs trusts, Medical Assistance planning, and real estate matters. Services are offered on a sliding scale based on income. 

Ages served
All ages
Need/Service
Guardianship
Legal Help
Genders served
All genders
Audience
All individuals, without qualification, are eligible to receive our services
Payment
Fee; Subsidized rate; Individuals may qualify for subsidized rates based on monthly income and asset levels.
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Licensing, training, monitoring, and support for foster parents. Therapeutic Foster Care provides a nurturing home environment for youth who cannot live with their family of origin due to health or safety concerns. The Emergency Shelter program provides short-term care for Hennepin County youth in immediate need of housing.

Ages served
Infancy to 21
Need/Service
Foster Care
Genders served
All genders

Comprehensive care planning that brings together youth, their families, and support systems to prevent out-of-home placement and build networks of support for families. Facilitators help families navigate systems and develop plans to address behavioral and emotional needs.

Ages served
4-17
Need/Service
Mental Health
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Services are free to participants and is funded by Hennepin County
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High Pointe Senior Community in Rochester offers permanent supportive housing for adults age 62+. Twenty-five of the 93 apartments are fully accessible. On-site coordinators are available to assist with access to community services and Medicare and Medicaid issues. 

Ages served
62+
Need/Service
Housing
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Subsidized Rent
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A team of social workers and community health workers assisting residents of Minneapolis Public Housing buildings with case management, information, referral services, and group services. The team also helps with economic assistance eligibility, physical and mental health, financial concerns, housing needs, and personal crises.

Ages served
18+
Need/Service
Disability Services
Housing
Meals
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Most services are free to residents living in Minneapolis Public Housing Authority Highrises; Community Health Worker and Housing Stabilization Services are billed to Medical Assistance