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Additional Resources


The information below is provided by the CARE Education Team.

Listed resources are specific to Minnesota, but not exhaustive. By providing this information, Hennepin Technical College does not assume responsibility for the quality provided by the agencies or websites.

Additional resources for:

  • aging
  • bilingual resources
  • caregiver resources
  • domestic violence
  • health care resources
  • legal resources
  • unemployment

Aging Resources

MN Association of Area Agencies on Aging

Area agencies on aging help for individuals live and age well in their communities.

Bilingual Resources

Emergency and Community Health Outreach for Minnesota's refugee and immigrant populations.

TPT’s ECHO programming supports bridging the gap for immigrants and refugees in Minnesota, providing multi-language health, safety, civic engagement and emergency readiness information.

Navigate MN

NAVIGATE staff and trained volunteers provide presentations about how to prepare for, apply for, and pay for higher education. Presentations are given in English or Spanish to students, families, and educators

Caregiver Resources

Family Voices of Minnesota

Family Voices of Minnesota's mission is to cultivate strong families across Minnesota by connecting them with one another for support and information so they become empowered advocates improving health and quality of life for their children and youth with special health care needs and disabilities.

Living Well Disability Services

Providing exceptional services that transform the lives of people impacted by disabilities.

Domestic Violence

Beacon (Interfaith Housing Collaborative)

Beacon's vision and mission is that all people have a home and as a collaborative of congregations united in action we create homes and advance equitable housing.

Sojourner Project

Sojourner’s mission is to provide emergency shelter, support, and legal advocacy services to those victimized by domestic violence and other forms of interpersonal violence.

Health Care Resources

Brivia Health

Briva Health is MNsure’s largest assister and enrollment partner in Minnesota. Our MNsure certified assisters are available to help all Minnesotans and their families enroll on health coverage over the phone or in-person on weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm.

MNSure Information at HTC

Carver County Health and Human Services

Health and Human Services provides a wide array of services and programs designed to protect and maintain the health and welfare of County residents. The division determines eligibility and assists residents applying for financial assistance, food support, child care assistance, health care coverage, and long-term care programs and services.

Dakota County Health Services

Dakota County Public Health provides programs and services that help improve the health of all Dakota County residents. Staff work with partners in health care, non-profits, schools, and the community to prevent disease, promote wellness, and protect health for individuals, children and families.

Hennepin County Health Care Assistance

Health care assistance can provide coverage for health care expenses.

Ramsey County Health and Medical

Scott County Health and Human Services

Legal Resources

Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota

Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota (ILCM) is a nonprofit agency that provides immigration legal assistance to low-income immigrants and refugees in Minnesota.

Modern Military Association of America

Through our legal services program, we assist members of the LGBTQ military and veteran community with discharge upgrades, legal name changes and a wide range of other legal issues.

Sojourner Project

Community Legal Advocates help victims of violence and abuse stabilize their lives, maintain safety for themselves and their children, and increase their understanding of options and resources available to them while they live in their own residence.


Minnesota Unemployment Insurance (UI) Program

This is the official resource for information about Minnesota Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits. UI benefits provide a temporary partial wage replacement to workers who become unemployed through no fault of their own. If you have become unemployed or had your hours greatly reduced, complete the Application Process – we will determine whether or not you are eligible and notify you.

Last updated by mdibba : 2023-01-17 02:03:26