Resources

FOOD

Food Distributions:
2nd & 4th Wednesdays, 8:30 – 10:00 am:
Christ English, Lowry & Oliver

3rd Wednesdays, 1 – 3 pm:
St. Olaf, 29th & Emerson

Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30pm:
Loaves & Fishes, New Bethel Baptist Church, 30th & Emerson Aves. N.

Meals on Wheels Call 612-870-1125

Every other Tuesday
Sr. Food Shelf at North Oaks, 2929 Emerson Ave. N. Register day of.

Store To Door Visit www.storetodoor.org or
call 1-800-333-2433 for more information.

LEGAL ADVICE/IMMIGRATION

Thursdays from 1:00-3:00pm:
Free Legal Clinic, Phyllis Wheatley Center, 919 Fremont Ave N
612-374-4342.

Immigration legal help:
Lutheran Social Services (2400 Park Ave. S.)
Walk in: Tuesdays 9 am – 12 noon and 1 – 4 pm:
By appointment: Call 612.879.5260

United Methodist Church 3400 Park Ave. South.
Walk-in: Thursdays 2:30 – 5 pm. Park Ave.

English classes: International Institute of
Minnesota, 651-647-0191 www.iimn.org

HEALTH SERVICES

Neighborhood Health Source (Fremont Clinic)
3300 Fremont Ave. N. 612-522-6627
www.neighborhoodhealthsource.org

Home Health Care – American United Care
MNSure – Somali Health Solutions
2900 Emerson Ave. N. #101 612-259-8026
www.americanunitedcare.com

Sustainable Resources Center
Lead poisoning prevention and assistance
1081 Tenth Ave. SE 612-870-4255
www.src-mn.org

COUNSELING

Songs of the Journey counseling services for
youth, adults, and families. 2900 Fremont Ave N
612-287-9913

Financial Counseling: Lutheran Social Services.
Call 1-888-577-2227.

Individual and family counseling: Lutheran
Social Services. Call 1-888-881-8261.

MISCELLANEOUS

The Restoration Center at Central Lutheran
333 South 4th St. Contact: Rev. Melissa Pohlman
612-767-9214 or mpohlman@centralmpls.org

Oasis of Love, Crisis Intervention Center.
Located at 2304 Emerson Ave. N call 612-529-
6055 or visit www.oasisoflove-inc.org

Center for Families, 3333 N 4th Street, offers
services for immigration, jobs, housing and more.
Call 612-276-1571 for more information.

Minnesota Relay: Telephone accessibility for
people who are deaf, deaf/blind, hard of hearing or
speech disabled. Call 800-657-3663 or
www.tedprogram.org

Lutheran Marriage Encounter Retreats
Contact Dick & Judy Dehnel at 952-432-3105, Pete &
Phyllis McMahon at 763-561-1575, or visit
www.godlovesmarriage.org for more info.

MNSnap: Pet neutering assistance 612-720-8236

St. Olaf Clothes Closet: 2901 Emerson Ave. N.
612-529-7726

CHILD AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Antioch Ministries
2900 Fremont Ave. N. 651-271-1655
Scott.Ginn@antiochnorth.com

Hopewell Music Cooperative
4350 Fremont Ave. N.. 612-466-0696
www.hopewellmusic.com

Sunday School and Confirmation: St. Olaf
Lutheran Church 612-529-7726

Hockey and Figure Skating: New Directions
Youth Ministry 612-588-9177

Youth Farm & Market: Summer activities also
612-222-5280 or email

Antioch Youth Ministry
2900 Fremont Ave. N.
651-271-1655 scott.ginn@antiochnorth.com

Capri Glee Music Club
2027 W. Broadway Ave,
612-643-2024

SENIORS

OWLS at Lord of Life, Maple Grove. Faith, food
and fellowship on the first Thursday of the month
from 12 noon – 2 pm. Transportation from St. Olaf.

Assisted Living: North Oaks on Emerson 612-521-2929

Nursing Home Care: Camden Care Center
512 49th Ave. N. (612)529-7747

Chore Services: Neighborhood Improvement
Program. 612-374-3322 or
seniors@neighborhoodinvolve.org
LSS Senior Companions: 651-310-9440 or
www.lssmn.org/senior

 

The St Olaf Community Campus (SOCC) exists to stabilize the community through relationship based services that empower and serve the residents of North Minneapolis.

North Minneapolis Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver vital nutrition, but more importantly, volunteers deliver a healthy dose of social connection. The program is distributed from the St. Olaf church building.

New Directions Youth Ministry offers Youth Ministry, After school tutoring, and Hockey and Figure Skating services in collaboration with the St. Olaf youth department. There is also a Brownie and Girl Scout troop at St. Olaf. For more information, call Deborah at 612-302-8697 or Anne at 612-588-9067.

Fremont Clinic is a low cost health clinic located 3 blocks north of the campus.  Fremont Clinic offers services on a sliding fee scale for those who don’t have health insurance or are underinsured. Fremont Clinic also has patient advocates who will help those eligible enroll in Medical Assistance and other public health insurance programs. And for those who do have coverage, the clinic accepts most plans.

A holistic counseling service is located on campus:  Songs of the Journey can be reached at 612-287-9913.

St. Olaf is involved in a Senior Ministry, Leisure Age, which meets every Thursday from 9am – 2pm at Elim Lutheran Church in Robbinsdale. Seniors gather to play cards, do crafts, attend a chapel devotional service, eat lunch and enjoy entertainment. Call Jan at 651-388-8595 for more information.

St. Olaf is a Reconciling in Christ Congregation, part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. welcoming lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) believers. For a list of LGBT resources, visit OutFront Minnesota’s Resource Directory.

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