Social Service Organizations in Minneapolis, MN
1.REM Minnesota - State Office
6600 France Ave S Ste 500
Social Service OrganizationsClinicsCommunity OrganizationsNursing & Convalescent Homes
REM Minnesota, serves adults, children, young people and their families with innovative, quality services and supports that lead to growth and independence, regardless of the physical, intellectual or behavioral challenges they face at multiple locations through out Minnesota. REM offers a personalized approach that empowers the people we serve to live, work, and participate in community life utilizing all of their abilities in the least restrictive setting possible. Supported by the state-of-the-art resources of The Mentor Network, we are committed to providing responsive and innovative community services in a safe and supportive environment, encouraging and protecting individual choice and personal dignity. REM Minnesota's services include- • Demonstrated expertise in assessing, supporting and serving individuals with mental retardation or developmental disabilities with significant behavioral, medical, and/or physical challenges. • Maximum use of existing community resources to avoid duplication and control costs. • Documented improvements in quality of life for individuals served. Quality of care based on individualized approaches and flexible options. • Ability to provide cost-effective solutions with demonstrated outcomes. • Individuals served report better access to community resources, increased participation in community life, greater personal choice, improved adaptive living skills and greater overall life satisfaction. View our web site or contact us today for more information and locations we serve.
4570 W 77th St Ste 350
Social Service OrganizationsHospital & Nursing Home ConsultantsHospicesHousing Consultants & Referral Service
When your health takes a turn for the worse, you want to regain your strength, get back on your feet and stay in your home. Lifesprk allows you to continue living at home on your own terms
3.Montessori-Step by Step Montessori Schools
4355 Highway 169 N
Day Care Centers & NurseriesChild CareSocial Service Organizations
This is a great school! I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for their child/children to get a leg up in their acedemics. I would send my child to Step by Step all over again!
4.Richfield Fun Club
7001 Elliot Ave S
Child CareYouth Organizations & CentersSocial Service Organizations
The primary purpose of the Richfield Fun Club is to provide quality child care for the families of Richfield students. We are committed to providing an educational, recreational, and social environment that meets the needs of developing children. Children are encouraged to develop confidence, creativity, independence, and friendships within a respectful and nurturing atmosphere. Call us today for more information.
5.North Country Region Volleyball
4445 W 77th St
Sports Clubs & OrganizationsSocial Service Organizations
6.Amethyst Counseling Services, Inc
1403 Silver Lake Rd NW Ste 2
Drug Abuse & Addiction CentersAlcoholism Information & Treatment CentersCounseling ServicesMarriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors
The people here are some nut jobs. Their just in it for the court ordered rule 25 money. Place is a dump also.
7.Optage Home & Community Services
2845 Hamline Ave N
Home Health ServicesHospicesNurses-Home ServicesSocial Service Organizations
"Optage home and community services help you maximize your potential by bringing the services you want and need into your home. Our clients open their doors to us because they know we can be trusted and will listen to what is important to them. Your goals, your dreams, your concerns-we work to help you achieve and address them. Choice Connections Optage gives you personalized choices. You select from an extensive range of services, the ones that will benefit you most. We call these Bridging Options. From home-delivered meals and companionship to personal care, therapies and end-of-life care, the possibilities and combinations are nearly limitless. You choose what fits your life and your style. You, but Better Gaining access to help that may have been out of reach can enhance your confidence and allow you to feel better. While "the best you" is different for each person, our expertise in integrating the right services with compassion and a ministry perspective, makes it easier for you to live the optimum life." A Strong Foundation Why not build your bridge on the strong foundation you already have? Your home is your haven where you feel secure. It offers stability, freedom and solace. We understand that. That's why Optage exists: to provide services, care and support to those whose needs are changing, but want to stay in that place of familiarity and comfort.
8.Southside Family Nurturing Ctr
2448 18th Ave S
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsChild Care
Established in 1974, Southside Family Nurturing Center is a nonprofit organization, engaged in providing early childhood care. The center offers a range of programs, such as kids program, family program, fathers program and the Hennepin healthy families. Located in Minneapolis, Minn., the early childhood education program is a multicultural therapeutic preschool program for children. The center serves a number of children and families. Southside Family Nurturing Center has accreditation with the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
9.Families Moving Forward
1808 Emerson Ave N
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsCharities
10.Asian Women United Of Minnesota
Social Service OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsShelters
11.Sharing & Caring Hands
525 N 7th St
Social Service OrganizationsCharitiesChild CareCommunity Organizations
I did not recieve the help I needed Mary jo wouldn't even let me explain myself and I had proof all I wanted help was with my rent money had proof and still didn't help me:(
1025 Portland Ave
Social Service OrganizationsAlcoholism Information & Treatment CentersCommunity OrganizationsDrug Abuse & Addiction Centers
Established in 1971, RS Eden is a multifaceted agency that provides various services in the areas of chemical dependency, family services, corrections and affordable housing throughout Minnesota and surrounding communities. It offers substance abuse treatment services and correctional residential programs. The agency s housing development programs include on-site case management services, employment assistance and social activities. Its corrections division offers a variety of community corrections services to promote rehabilitation and ensure public safety. RS Eden provides affordable meal services to public and charter schools, residential and treatment programs, and nonprofit and human service agencies. The agency also offers testing services for amphetamines, barbiturates, cocaine, methadone, alcohol and ecstasy. RS Eden maintains one of its locations in Minneapolis.
13.American Red Cross
1201 W River Pkwy
Social Service OrganizationsCharitiesHuman Services OrganizationsFirst Aid & Safety Instruction
The American Red Cross, also known as the American National Red Cross, is a humanitarian organization that provides emergency assistance, disaster relief and educational programs in the United States. The organization offers domestic disaster relief and community services; support and comfort for military members and their families; collection, processing and distribution of blood; and educational, health and safety programs. It is one of the world s largest social services networks with more than 180 Red Cross and Red Crescent national societies and over 100 million volunteers. The American Red Cross offers services and programs related to regional initiatives and international projects, emergency response and preparedness, and global health and international humanitarian laws. The organization maintains a chapter in Minneapolis.
14.Institute For New Americans
1128 Harmon Pl
Social Service OrganizationsHuman Services OrganizationsAssociations
The Lincoln Parish School Board serves more than 6,500 students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12. The board operates several elementary, middle and high schools and employs over 570 teachers. Its schools offer Title I and physical education programs. The board s schools conduct special education classes for students with disabilities. The Lincoln Parish School Board s schools operate band, choir and music clubs, as well as organize a range of extracurricular activities and events. The board s schools offer alternative education program for at-risk students. Its schools operate parent-teacher organizations that organize several fundraising events and volunteer projects. In addition, the board s schools provide food and transportation services to students.
15.American Refugee Committee
615 1st Ave NE Ste 500
Social Service OrganizationsCharitiesAssociations
The American Refugee Committee, also known as ARC, collaborates with its partners and constituencies to provide opportunities and expertise to refugees, displaced people and host communities. It helps people survive conflict and crisis, as well as rebuild lives of dignity, health, security and self-sufficiency. The committee offers health care, clean water, shelter repair, legal aid, trauma counseling, microcredit and community development services, as well as repatriation assistance to individuals. The American Refugee Committee works in more than five countries throughout the world. It administers programs in the areas of microenterprise development, disaster response, gender-based violence and reproductive health care. The American Refugee Committee maintains its headquarters in Minneapolis.
16.Children's Residential Trtmnt
143 E 19th St
Social Service OrganizationsHuman Services OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
Founded in 1896, Volunteers of America of Minnesota is one of the largest human services organizations. It operates more than 60 programs and has over 700 employees and nearly 4,000 volunteers. Its programs serve approximately 33,000 children, older adults, students, ex-offenders, adolescents and their families, as well as persons with disabilities and special needs. Volunteers of America of Minnesota offers various health care services that include supervision by nursing and other professional staff and assistance with daily living activities by caregivers. In addition, it provides legal services that include assistance to clients with wills, trusts, estate planning, probate, powers of attorney, health care directives, guardianship, conservatorship, special needs trusts, medical assistance planning and real estate matters. The organization maintains a presence in Minneapolis.
950 E Hennepin Ave
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
Located in Minneapolis, Partnership Resources is an organization that offers services to individuals who suffer from developmental disabilities. It serves more than 200 developmentally disabled adults and features an employment program that assists people in obtaining jobs. The organization provides leisure and volunteering opportunities to senior citizens. Operational for over 40 years, Partnership Resources also offers daily support services to senior individuals that help them transition from work to retirement. In addition, it features Made in the Shade, which is an annual fundraising event. Partnership Resources additionally provides public transportation training to senior citizens. The organization offers services to people above 22 years of age.
18.Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota
2400 Park Ave
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsCounseling ServicesAdoption Services
Founded in 1865 by volunteers with a focus on orphan children, Lutheran Social Service is a Minnesota-based nonprofit social services agency. It is owned and operated by the six Minnesota synods of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The agency offers customized services for children and youth, families and adults, and seniors and people with disabilities. Lutheran Social Service employs more than 2,200 individuals who serve over 300 communities. The agency's funding sources include fees from clients, church support, service contracts, private grants, and individual contributions and bequests. It has partnerships with Journey Homes, Life Haven and Rezek.
1807 Colfax Ave S
Social Service Organizations
PO Box 3986
10 E 25th St
Social Service OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsCommunity OrganizationsHuman Services Organizations
Whittier Neighborhood The Whittier Neighborhood, named for the poet John Greenleaf Whittier, is located one mile south of downtown Minneapolis. Whittier is bounded by Franklin Avenue to the north, Interstate 35W to the east, Lyndale Avenue South to the west and Lake Street to the south. Whittier's modern history began in 1849 and part of Whittier is designated as the Washburn Fair Oaks Historic District. Whittier today is well known for food and arts. Some popular destinations and restaurants in the Twin Cities region are here, including: Eat Street, Lyn-Lake, Jungle Theater, Children's Theatre Company, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. More links are in the Neighborhood Amenities page or visit our Business Directory. What is Whittier Alliance The Whittier Alliance was formed by a small coalition of Whittier residents, businesses, agencies and religious institutions in January 1977. The Alliance is a 501 ( C ) and is the officially recognized citizen-participation neighborhood organization. As in its formative years, the Alliance continues to depend on the civic involvement of neighborhood volunteers. It is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors elected by the Whittier residents and businesses, and daily operations are performed by the Executive Director, Community Organizer and a part-time administrative assistant. City-wide, the Whittier Alliance is respected for its ability to mobilize residents, businesses and organizations to voice their opinions and concerns in a manner that encourages collaboration and creative outcomes. Today, the Alliance continues to operate as a coalition of Whittier neighborhood individuals, families, businesses, and institutions working together for the advancement and development of the Whittier community. The Alliance advocates for the Whittier neighborhood to express Whittier's goals and dreams and to address neighborhood needs and concerns. Only residents and businesses registered in the neighborhood can become a voting member at the committees. Mission The Alliance speaks for the neighborhood to express Whittier's goals and dreams and to address neighborhood needs and concerns. Mission: The Mission of the Whittier Alliance is to ensure safety and livability by facilitating, advocating and leading the diverse voices of Whittier Neighborhood Vision: The Vision of the Whittier Alliance is to mobilize the human and financial resources, information, and technical assistance necessary to effectively provide leadership to organize and implement a base of operation for citizen participation. Objective: The Objective of the Whittier Alliance is to empower and celebrate stability, diversity, economic development, education and concern for all the children, youth, individuals and families in Whittier Neighborhood What is the Alliance doing? The Whittier Alliance is a neighborhood resource. The Alliance responds to business and resident inquiries and facilitates meetings to inform the neighborhood about changes, developments, safety issues, neighborhood funds for property improvements, events, etc. that impact the livability and prosperity of the Whittier neighborhood. The Whittier Alliance is also charged with implementing the Phase II Action Plan of the Neighborhood Revitalization Program ( NRP ). Learn more about Whittier's NRP Action Plan. Whittier Alliance 10 East 25th Street, MN 55404 Minneapolis Tel.: 612 ) 871-7756 Fax. 612 ) 871-0650
21.Community Involvement Programs
1600 Broadway St NE
Social Service OrganizationsDevelopmentally Disabled & Special Needs Services & ProductsNurses-Home ServicesHome Health Services
Community Involvement Programs, founded in 1971, is a nonprofit organization based in Minneapolis, and serves individuals throughout Pine and Mille Lacs counties in Minnesota. It provides services and support to persons with developmental disabilities and their families and to individuals with mental illness. The organization offers a range of residential options for adults who have developmental disabilities. It additionally provides mental health support services for individuals above the age of 18 who have a serious and persistent mental illness and are in need of specialized housing and supportive services. It also provides assistance to individuals with a variety of disabilities in finding and maintaining employment at businesses in their communities.
22.Comunidades Latinas Unidas
720 E Lake St
Social Service OrganizationsMental Health ServicesCommunity Organizations
Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio provides a range of behavioral health and human services in Minnesota. It offers employment opportunities from entry level to high-skilled positions. The agency provides services to youths, adults and families suffering from chemical abuse and dependency. It offers chemical health assessment, outpatient treatment, tobacco prevention and case management services. Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio operates the Latino Learning Institute, which deals in the improvement of English language skills, as well as assists in the preparation of citizenship examinations. It also assists with resume preparation, interest assessment, and job search and placement. The agency additionally offers online donation options. Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio maintains a location in Minneapolis.
23.Lighthouse Academy Of Nations
2600 26th Ave S Ste 100
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
The Lighthouse Academy of Nations is charter high school that serves youths from immigrant and refugee communities. The school offers classes in math, science, social studies and language arts for more than 200 students between the ages of 13 and 21. It also hosts sessions in music, art, physical education and computer studies. The Lighthouse Academy of Nations provides special education and English as a Second Language programs. In addition, it offers cultural counseling, summer school and after-school services. The school has partnerships with various institutions for providing scholarship and mentoring programs. The Lighthouse Academy of Nations prepares students for post-high school learning options.
24.Loaves & Fishes Too
721 Kasota Ave SE
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
Loaves & Fishes is a nonprofit volunteer organization that offers food services for low-income people throughout Minnesota. It provides free meals from multiple dining sites. The organization offers advocacy and referral services for housing, health care employment and transportation needs. Loaves & Fishes also offers a variety of items, including soaps, brushes, razors, socks, shampoos, towels and ointments, as well as provides various baby products. Additionally, the organization offers blankets, flashlights and sleeping bags for homeless individuals. Loaves & Fishes provides several items for school children, such as notebooks, pencils, pens, backpacks and crayons. It also provides training for volunteers. The organization is located in Minneapolis.
2808 Hennepin Ave
Social Service OrganizationsHealth ClubsCommunity OrganizationsAssociations
The YWCA of Minneapolis is dedicated to eliminating racism and empowering women. Based in Minneapolis, Minn., its Public Policy department provides access to early childhood education. The organization, an affiliate of Girls Inc., provides programs with an emphasis on leadership, math, science, economic literacy and pregnancy prevention. The YWCA of Minneapolis conducts Asian Youth Program, an after-school tutoring program that positions Asian college students as tutors to Asian elementary youth. Its list of clients comprises Ameriprise Financial, Bahai Center of Minneapolis, Bethel University, General Mills, HealthPartners and Wells Fargo.
26.Ski For Light Inc
1455 W Lake St
Social Service OrganizationsBusiness & Trade OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual Counselors
What is Ski for Light Ski for Light, Inc is an all-volunteer, non-profit, organization founded in 1975. The goal of the organization is to teach blind, visually- and mobility-impaired adults how to cross-country ski, in an atmosphere that encourages participants to recognize that they can usually accomplish much more, both on the snow and back home in everyday life, than others may have told them was possible. Each year Ski for Light, Inc conducts a week-long event where blind and mobility-impaired adults are taught the basics of cross-country skiing. The event attracts upwards of 300 participants and guides. The location of the event changes from year to year in an effort to spread the Ski for Light philosophy and idea to as many parts of the country as possible. During the Ski for Light week each disabled skier is paired for the entire week with an experienced, sighted, cross-country skier who acts as ski instructor and guide. The disabled person skis in tracks or grooves in the snow, while the guide skis in a parallel set of tracks. The guide offers instructional tips and suggestions, support and encouragement, and describes the countryside. The blind and mobility-impaired adults who attend each Ski for Light week come from all over the U.S. and from several foreign countries. Many of them come to Ski for Light with a desire to become more physically active and fit, and to find recreational opportunities that are lacking at home. Most of these skiers discover, in the process of learning how to cross- country ski, that they can accomplish much more than others have told them, and much more than they themselves believed. They leave Ski for Light with a sense of accomplishment and motivation that carries over to every aspect of their lives back home.
3702 E Lake St
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity OrganizationsCharities
CAPI, also known as Centre for Asians and Pacific Islanders, was established in 1982 as a food store to serve Southeast Asian food preferences. The organization is a multiservice mutual assistance association that annually assists more than 3,500 refugees throughout the world to become self-sufficient. It is governed by a diverse 11-member board of directors. The organization s employment and training division provides refugee employment program, English language learning, financial literacy program, transportation services, soft skills training, elder caregiver program, and refugee settlement, and health education and access services. The organization is a member of National Alliance of Vietnamese American Service Agencies, Minnesota Directors Forum, and the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. CAPI is located in Minneapolis. Its staff of diverse employees can collectively speak more than 10 languages.
28.Chrestomathy Center Inc
310 E 38th St Ste 311
Social Service OrganizationsCommunity Organizations
Founded in 1985, Chrestomathy Inc. is a specialized adult day program providing day-training and habilitation services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Based in Minneapolis, Minn., the center serves individuals diagnosed with autism, cerebral palsy, epilepsy or sensory impairments. It accommodates individuals in a range of supervised settings, including parental home, foster home or group home in a neighborhood setting. Chrestomathy Inc. works with individuals facing aggression, elopement, self-injurious behavior, spitting, toileting problems and non-compliance behavior.
29.Habitat for Humanity
510 County Road E W
Social Service OrganizationsCharitiesFoundations-Educational, Philanthropic, Research
Shop the ReStore: Building Materials Outlet Visit the ReStore to find new and gently used home improvement products at discounts of 50-75% off retail prices. We feature quality cabinets, lighting fixtures, ceramic tile, laminate flooring, windows, doors, and much more! 100% of Proceeds Support the Twin Cities Habitat Mission Keep good, reusable materials in use and out of landfills, while contributing to Habitat's important mission. Donations come from many sources individuals, building supply stores, contractors, demolition crews and various businesses.
1380 W Minnehaha Pkwy
Social Service OrganizationsMarriage, Family, Child & Individual CounselorsCommunity Organizations
Established in 1985, People Incorporated is a private nonprofit organization that provides a variety of services for individuals and families. The organization offers a range of services related to supported and shared living options and alternative and children s group homes for individuals with developmental disabilities. It provides outpatient behavioral health services for adolescents, children and adults. People Incorporated offers services related to the issues of substance abuse, anger management, panic attacks, parenting, and eating, acute distress, conduct and adjustment disorders. The organization provides mental health therapy groups, as well as individual and family therapy services. It offers several case management services for senior citizens. People Incorporated serves in Sequoyah, Adair and Cherokee counties in Oklahoma.
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