More Family Resources
These websites help families connect with services in their communities.
Help Me Connect
Minnesota Help Me Connect helps pregnant and parenting families with young children birth to 8 years of age connect to services in their local communities that support healthy child development and family well-being. Families can search for available services and resources close to home including health and well-being, early learning and child care, COVID-19, disability, basic needs, and Tribal Nation programs and services.
MinnesotaHelp.info® connects people with services in their communities. The directory has information on health care, child care, job training, education, recreation, retirement, and disability support. It also includes information on nonprofit, public health, and human service programs, and some for-profit programs, such as housing. You can chat with a specialist on MinnesotaHelp.info® or call 800.333.2433 for help.
The refugee resettlement program helps refugees transition to life in the United States. Services include resettlement and placement; economic supports such as cash, food, and health care; and employment and social services. For refugee services, contact one of the voluntary resettlement agencies.