These services are available to Interfaith Outreach clients. To learn about how to become a client, visit How to Begin.
Winter Coats are available for Interfaith Outreach families. Coat coupons available are now available for pick up at the front desk. You must be a current client and have your photo ID to pick up coupons. Limit one coupon per client. Coupons will be redeemable starting Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019, in Resale Select.
New this year: Client-only shopping days in Resale Select. The Resale Select store will be open for clients to shop for coats with their coupons on the following dates:
After Tuesday, Oct. 21, coupons may be redeemed during any Resale Select store hours.
Throughout the year, Interfaith Outreach provides holiday support for families celebrating these faith traditions: Christmas and Chanukah each December and Eid al-Fitr to mark the end of Ramadan in May/June. Client families may participate in ONE event per year. All Interfaith Outreach families are welcome to participate. We are gearing up for the December holiday support for Christmas and Chanukah.
The Christmas Holiday Gift Program matches Interfaith Outreach clients (individuals and families) with community sponsors who provide holiday gifts anonymously using a $50-per-person spending guideline.
In partnership with Interfaith Outreach, Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS) provides gifts and holiday ritual items to families and individuals who celebrate Chanukah.
How to sign up
Enroll at Interfaith Outreach on:
To enroll, please bring:
Applications for Minnesota’s Energy Assistance Program are now available via Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County. Click here for details on the requirements for this program. You may also request an application by contacting your Interfaith Outreach Case Manager.
For more information on the timeline for the Cold Weather Rule in Minnesota, click here.
Partners for Healthy Kids is a collaborative that brings together leaders from the education, heathcare, business, non-profit, religious and civic sectors to support the health and well-being of Wayzata Public Schools’ kids and their families.
The Partners for Healthy Kids website has a “Resources & Newsletter” section with great information on the following resources:
Click here to check out these helpful resources and to learn more about other aspects of this collaborative.
Exodus Lending is a nonprofit that helps Minnesota families break their cycle of payday loan debt. They help families get out of payday loan debt and back on track financially by enrolling and supporting them in a 0% interest refinance program, lending up to $1,000 to qualified participants. Click here for more information.
The Lutheran Social Service Training and Education center (TEC) in Minneapolis offeres financial literacy and educational empowerment courses. All classes are FREE and open to the public. June classes include Employment Empowerment and Four Cornerstones of Financial Literacy.
Click here for more information on dates and location.
PCs for People provides affordable computers and low cost internet to eligible individuals. They offer:
Click here for more information on eligibility and products.
Do you need help finding a crib and other baby supplies? Attend Cradle of Hope’s Safe Slumber Program and receive a free portable crib and other baby supplies.
Cradle of Hope also provides other forms of financial assistance including support for rent, medical bills, child care and transportation. Click here for more information.
Scott County Community Development Agency has opened its one bedroom public housing waiting list for applicants who are 62 and older or have a disability. See how to qualify and apply here.
Lifeline is a federal program intended to put home phone and internet service within the reach of qualifying families – giving low-income households affordable home phone or internet access.
This isn’t a promotion or special offer. If you reside in a state where Midco is an eligible telecommunications carrier (ETC) and Midco services are available at your home address, you may be eligible for this program if you meet the program qualifications. Click here for more information.
Are you looking for fun activities for your family? Are you a recipient of benefits such as WIC, SNAP, MFIP, Medical Assistance or Head Start?
If so, you are eligible for free or discounted admission to many museums and the Minnesota Zoo!
For more information on locations that offer discounted admission, click here.
With support from the MN Department of Human Services, the Crisis Text Line is offering text-based suicide prevention services across Minnesota.
People who text MN to 741741 will be connected with a counselor who will help defuse the crisis and connect the texter to local resources. Crisis Text Line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Click here for more information.
Are you ready to take the next step toward fiancial stability and prosperity? Money Matters, a program of Prepare and Prosper, is now taking applications. Money Matters is an individualized approach with peer support that helps people take action to reach their financial goals.
A financial coach will work with you to:
For more information on how to apply, visit Prepare and Prosper’s website. You can also email your case manager directly or call our Client Services Volunteer to connect with a case manager over the phone at 763-489-7500.
Metro Transit is offering an enrollment for a new program that allows anyone who is receiving EBT (food assistance) to apply for the Transit Assistance Program (TAP). Fares increased on Oct. 1, 2017. So, someone taking the bus every day could now save $3/day, $60/month, and $700/year during peak hours with this plan.
Find more information and apply here.
A number of local agencies provide no cost or low cost legal help. We have compiled a general Legal Resources flyer.
For more information, please contact your case manager.