Helpful Resource List
311 – City of Minneapolis resource used to access city services and resources.
(612) 673-3000, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.minneapolismn.gov/311/index.htm
Twin Cities United Way – A general information and referral service for Minnesota residents.
211 or (651) 291-0211, email@example.com, www.gtcuw.org/get_help
Mnhelp.info – Online database of services and resources for Minnesota residents.
Senior Linkage Line – Minnesota Board on Aging's free statewide information and assistance service for seniors.
1 (800) 333-2433, www.mnaging.org
Disability Linkage Line – An information and referral service for people with disabilities.
1 (866) 333-2466, www.mcil-mn.org
Veterans Linkage Line – An information and referral service for Minnesota Veterans and their families.
1 (888) 546-5838, www.mn.gov/mdva
Hennepin County Veterans' Services – Help veterans and their families obtain benefits earned during service.
(612) 348-3300, firstname.lastname@example.org
Minnesota Homeownership Center – The Center supports sustainable homeownership throughout the state of Minnesota by providing information and resources related to home purchase and foreclosure/tax forfeiture prevention.
(651) 659-9336, (866) 462-6466, www.hocmn.org
Home Improvement Lenders
The following organizations currently administer public home improvement financing programs on behalf of state, city and neighborhood agencies to address home improvement needs. Neighborhood organizations are a great resource for Minneapolis property owners as well, and many offer a variety of financing tools to address home improvement need! To learn more about your neighborhood organization visit www.minneapolismn.gov/ncr/links/index.htm.
Greater Metropolitan Housing Resource Center – www.gmhchousing.org/housing-resource-center
2148 44th Ave. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55412
3749 Cedar Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Center for Energy and Environment – www.mnlendingcenter.org
212 3rd Avenue North, Suite 560
Minneapolis, MN 55401
NeighborWorks Home Partners – www.nwhomepartners.org
35 Water St. W.
Saint Paul, MN 55107
1930 Glenwood Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55405
(651) 292-8710 - Primary number for both office
Neighborhood Housing Services – www.minneapolisnhs.org
1930 Glenwood Ave. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55405
Volunteer Home Repair Providers
Habitat for Humanity - A Brush with Kindness – Critical home repairs for families in need. Preference given to seniors, veterans and the disabled. *Note: Until further notice, applications are not being accepted. Expected to reopen Fall 2016.
(612) 788-8169, email@example.com, www.tchabitat.org/abwk
Rebuilding Together – Critical home repairs and accessibility modifications for families in need. Preference given to seniors, veterans and the disabled.
(651) 776-4273, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.rebuildingtogether-twincities.org
Hearts & Hammers – Volunteer led exterior home repair services for low income homeowners.
(763) 502-1000, email@example.com, www.heartsandhammers.org
Metro Paint-A-Thon – Volunteer led exterior painting and light repair services for low income homeowners.
(612) 276-1579, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.gmcc.org/paintathon
Energy Assistance and In-home Hazards
Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin (CAPSH) – Administer Energy and Weatherization Assistance Programs for income qualified Minneapolis residents. Applications available on webpage.
(952) 930-3541, email@example.com, www.capsh.org/services/energy-assistance
Sustainable Resource Center – Home energy efficiency upgrades available for homeowners accessing Energy Assistance through CAPSH. Resources for lead, mold and other indoor health hazards also available.
(612) 872-3294, www.src-mn.org
Healthy Homes and Lead Control Grants – Grants may be available to address in home health hazards, including lead, mold and radon, through Hennepin, the City of Minneapolis and the Sustainable Resource Center. Contact for availability and eligibility information.
Hennepin County: (612) 348-9260, firstname.lastname@example.org
Minneapolis Department of Health: (612) 673-2301, email@example.com
Chore Services and Other Useful Resources
Senior Community Services – Provide services that help meet the needs of older adults including household chores and outdoor maintenance, senior outreach, caregiver support services, and more. Serve all of Minneapolis.
(952) 541-1019, firstname.lastname@example.org
Trust, Inc. – Minneapolis chore service program for seniors (60+) and disabled residents. Services include seasonal exterior chores, minor home maintenance and housekeeping. Serves south and southwest Minneapolis.
(612) 827-6150, email@example.com, www.trustinc.org/programs/chore-program
Handyworks – Match seniors and people with permanent physical disabilities with volunteers to complete household chores. Serves northeast, southeast, and parts of south Minneapolis (east of 35W to the Mississippi River).
(612) 276-1579, firstname.lastname@example.org/handyworks
(612) 781-5096, www.neseniors.org
Habitat for Humanity - Restore – Accept donations of building materials and household items, which are offered to the public at significant discounts. List of accepted and available items at website. Donation pick-up available.
(612) 588-3820, www.restore.tchabitat.org
City of Minneapolis - Solid Waste Voucher Program – Minneapolis offers residents six vouchers annually for disposal of excess household waste at South Minneapolis transfer station. Voucher must be requested in advance, and property owners are required to transport materials themselves
(612) 673-2917, www.minneapolismn.gov/solid-waste/
Last updated Jul 20, 2016