Learn about other resources in your area
Living with serious illness can be complex, and the services we provide are only one part of the picture. Here are some other Twin Cities resources you might find helpful:
The ALS Association – Minnesota Chapter
Services include loans, equipment pool, information, resources and advocacy for people living with ALS.
The Aliveness Project
Offering an innovative set of direct services and programs to address the needs of its members, they offer a Food Services Program to supplement daily nutrition, Meetings & Speakers services to provide creative ways of helping people cope with the issues surrounding the AIDS crisis, and Integrative Therapies to augment current modes of AIDS drug and treatment programs.
Offers emergency financial assistance for non-medical basic needs such as food, gas, utilities, rent or mortgage payments to adults in active cancer treatment. Also provides education and support to families facing a parental cancer diagnosis.
Cancer Legal Line
Cancer Legal Line’s mission is to alleviate the non-medical stressors faced by cancer patients and their loved ones by educating and providing them with cancer related legal information, resources and referrals.
CUHCC (Community University Health Care Center)
Provides primary care services to children and low income families in South Minneapolis; serves diverse population.
Hope Chest for Breast Cancer
Provides financial assistance for medical support at specific medical centers through their Hope Chest Emergency Assistance Funds.
Meals on Wheels
Volunteers deliver a hot meal at lunchtime, Monday through Friday, also providing a daily safety check and friendly interaction.
Minnesota AIDS Project (MAP)
Offers a number of services for people living with HIV and AIDS, including the AIDSLine, a statewide, toll–free information and referral service that can answer your questions about HIV and connect you to resources that can help.
National MS Society – Minnesota Chapter
Provide a variety of services, information, and advocacy for people living with MS.
United Way 2-1-1
The United Way’s resource hotline. Call 211 for information on all sorts of programs and services throughout the Twin Cities metro area.