763-862-7944 or 763-755-3801 (24-hour crisis line) or www.peopleincorporated.org
Bills third-party insurers and Medical Assistance or Minnesota health care plans. Un- or underinsured individuals may receive coverage by Anoka County.
Community Emergency Assistance Program
1201 89th Ave NE, Suite 130, Blaine (Anoka County), 763-783-4930 or www.ceap.com
6840 78th Ave. N, Brooklyn Park (Hennepin County), 763-566-9600 or www.ceap.com
Provides basic needs, emergency funds and a food shelf.
Community Corner Family Advocate
1500 69th Ave. N, Brooklyn Center, 763-503-2982 or www.nwhennepinfsc.nonprofitoffice.com
Provides resources and referrals including help with food, clothing, transportation, and childcare assistance for residents of Hennepin County.
Emergency Food Shelf Network
763-450-3860 or www.emergencyfoodshelf.org
Call or go online to find a food shelf listing.
HOPE 4 Youth
2665 4th Avenue North, Suite 40 Anoka, 763-323-2066 or www.HOPE4Youthmn.org
Serving youth experiencing homelessness.
Basic needs, shower, laundry, food shelf, daily hot meal and community resources.
YMCA Youth Intervention Services
8950 Springbrook Dr. NW, Coon Rapids, 55433, 763-493-3052 or www.ymcatwincities.org
Services are provided to youth ages 16 to 21 experiencing housing instability.
National Runaway Switchboard
1-800-621-4000 or www.1800runaway.org
The National Runaway Switchboard helps keep America's runaway, homeless and at-risk youth safe and off the streets.
Sexual Assault Crisis Line
763-780-2330 or www.violencefreeanokacounty.org/get-help
Operated by The Alliance for a Violence-Free Anoka County, the 24-hour crisis line provides services to victims of sexual violence.
2-1-1 or 651-291-0211 or www.unitedway.org
2-1-1- connects people with essential human services such as training, employment, food pantries, help for an aging parent, addiction prevention programs for teens, affordable housing, and support groups.
Metro Shelter Hotline
1-888-234-1329 or www.tccvm.org
The hotline provides information about emergency and transitional housing for adults and youth.
Anoka County Community Action Program (ACCAP)
1201 89th Ave. NE #345, Blaine, 763-783-4747 or www.accap.org
ACCAP is committed to helping individuals in Anoka County out of poverty and into the community as productive citizens.
612-522-2500 or www.housinglink.org
Housing Link provides affordable housing related data, information and resources.
Need more resources? Call 763-783-4730 or go to : http://www.accap.org/resource_guide.asp.
List last updated by the district in June 2013