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|National Foundation for Credit Counseling||Debt management plans and free financial counseling at local NFCC member agency.
|Internal Revenue Service||Income tax information, forms, Taxpayer Advocate Services. 1-800-829-1040.|
|Minnesota Department of Revenue||Tax information and forms. 651-296-3781.|
|AccountAbility Minnesota||Free income tax filing clinics statewide.
|US Department of Education||Student loan consolidation and information. College financial aid information.
|NCLC Student Loan Project||Student loan repayment information.|
|Alliance for Investor Education||Consumer education about investing.|
|FINRA Investor Education||Consumer education on investment fraud and background checks on professionals.|
|Choose to Save||Tremendous library of personal financial calculators to help with decisions.|
|Foundation for Health Coverage||Database of public health insurance coverage options for the uninsured. 1-800-234-1317.|
|Independent Insurance Agents of America||Listing of independent insurance agents.
|Minnesota Attorney General||Consumer protection hotline with information about consumer rights. 651-296-3353 or
|Christians Reaching Out in Social Service (CROSS)||A non-profit organization serving Rogers, Maple Grove, Osseo, Champlin (West of Hwy 169), Corcoran, Dayton, & Hassan Township. Call 763-425-1050 for more information.|
|People Responding in Social Ministry (PRISM)||A community-funded social service agency that provides families in need with food, financial assistance, transportation, and other services in Hennepin County. Their primary service area includes Golden Valley, Plymouth, South Robbinsdale, New Hope, & Crystal. However some services may extend out of this region. Call 763-529-1350 for more information.|
|ICA Food Shelf||A non-profit agency providing food and financial assistance to the communities of Hopkins, Minnetonka, Shorewood, Greenwood, Deephaven, & Excelsior. Call 952-938-0729 for assistance.|
|Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People (VEAP)||A non-profit agency providing food, children and youth services, transportation services, and social services. Serving Bloomington, Richfield, Edina, & south Minneapolis. Call 952-888-9616 for assistance.|
|Southern Anoka Community Assistance (SACA)||A non-profit agency providing food and clothing to those in need in Columbia Heights, Fridley, & New Brighton. Call 763-789-2444 for more information.|
|ACBC Emergency Food Shelf||A community operation run by the Anoka County Brotherhood Council that provides food and clothing free of charge. Serving Andover, Anoka, Coon Rapids, Nowthen, Oak Grove, Ramsey, and Burns Townships. Call 763-422-0046 for assistance.|
|North Anoka County Emergency Food Shelf (NACE)||Providing food and clothing to people in the community. Serving East Bethel, Bethel, St. Francis, Ham Lake, Cedar, Soderville, Andover, and Oak Grove. Call 763-434-7685 for assistance.|
|Centennial Community Food Shelf||Sponsored by Our Savior's Lutheran Church, Centennial is an ecumenically run food shelf to assist neighbors in need during trying times. Serving Blaine (east of Hwy 65), Centerville, Circle Pines, Lexington, and Lino Lakes. Call 763-784-1971 for more information.|
|Linwood Community Food Shelf||A food shelf serving Linwood Township. Call 651-462-5565 for more information.|
|Summer Meals Calendar||A monthly calendar of places in Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park providing food and meals for children of families in need.|
|United Way 1st Call for Help||Dial 211 from a land line, or 651-291-0211 from a cell phone to find resources near you.|
|Hennepin County Emergency Assistance Program (HCEAP)||Providing assistance for families with minor children in financial crisis that poses a direct threat to the physical health or safety of a child.|
|Anoka County Emergency Programs||Available annually to qualifying persons who need help during a crisis. These programs run for 30 days and can help if there has been a fire, utility shut-off, eviction, illness, theft or other major crisis. Families with children under the age of 18: 763-717-7730
Adult with no children under the age of 18: 763-422-7246
|Emergency Foodshelf Network (EFN)||EFN is a full service food bank, providing quality, nutritious food and support services to over 230 hunger relief partners, including food shelves, on-site meal programs, and Fare For All sites, throughout the state.|
|Women, Infants & Children Program (WIC)||For women who are pregnant or recently had a baby, and children up to 5 years of age, this program provides nutritional education, food vouchers, and referrals to other health and social services.|
|Fare For All (FFA)||A great way to save money on quality nutritious food, EFN and the FFA Program buy fruits, vegetables, and frozen meats in bulk to save you up to 40% off grocery store prices. FFA is community supported and open to everyone. The more people who participate the better. For FFA sites and distribution times call 763-450-3880 or 1-800-585-4291; or visit their website.|
|Bridging||"Serving Families in Transition," Bridging is a local non-profit where furniture donations are welcomed. Potential clients must have a referral to access their services. Call 952-888-1105 for details.|
|Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin (CAPSH)||A community action agency offering services to individuals through outreach, energy assistance programs, home ownership services, employment counseling, and financial counseling.|
|Crisis Connection||A non-profit agency providing 24-hour crisis counseling by telephone. Call 612-852-2200.|
|The Salvation Army - Northern Division||Provides social services and spiritual ministries, to improve the health, economic, and spiritual conditions of the poor. Serving the Minnesota & North Dakota communities. Call 651-746-3400 for a location and services near you.|
|Heat Share||This voluntary, non-governmental program of the Salvation Army, helps families in need by providing year-round emergency assistance for their heating and utility bills.|
|Metro Mobility||A shared public transportation service for certified riders who are unable to use regular fixed-route buses due to a disability or health condition. Rides are provided for any purpose. Got questions? Call 651-602-1111.|
|Store To Door||Shops for and delivers groceries directly into the kitchens of homebound elderly. Serving the entire seven county metro area. Call 651-642-1892 for more information.|
|Transit Link||A Twin Cities dial-a-ride minibus or van service for the general public, where regular route transit service is not available. Call 651-602-LINK (5465) to reserve a ride.|
|Metro Shelter Hotline||1-888-234-1329. This number links homeless callers to shelter information, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Callers will then access specific information about shelter and transitional housing programs in the counties from which they are calling.|
|Charities Review Council||The Charities Review Council is an independent resource for people who make contributions to support charities. They are dedicated to empowering donors in making informed giving decisions, so that they can be more effective in helping charities advance their important community work. No other state has a similar independent resource for donors.|
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