Residents across Minnesota can call 211, text your zip code to 898211 or visit our website and chat at www.211unitedway.org. For information and updates specific to coronavirus, you can text MNCOVID to 898211.
As you learn of local testing sites, food distribution sites for kids home from school or other active response measures in your area, please share with 211 staff via our contact form
3-Day COVID-19 Testing Event at Stillwater Armory will be from Nov. 8-10. Noon - 6 PM.
For information regarding homelessness: COVID-19 Response and Resources for Homeless Services Providers
Canvas Health is committed to you and your well-being, especially as the COVID-19 illness is becoming more prevalent in our community.
As an Essential Community Provider in the State of Minnesota, Canvas Health clinics continue to be open and providing services to individuals in our clinics and in the community. Our clinic- and community-based clinicians are following CDC recommendations for cleaning as well as following recommended precautions regarding coming to work.
Online therapy sessions using our telehealth system allow clients to meet with their providers through an app and the camera on their computer, tablet, or smartphone. Let us know if you would like information on telehealth or if you’d like to make an appointment by calling (651) 777-5222.
For more information about Canvas Health's COVID-19 infomation click here
Community Thread continues to follow daily sanitizing and infection prevention recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), as well as federal OSHA standards related to COVID-19.
In the meantime, please review the messages below and call us at 651-439-7434 with any questions.
For more information about Community Thread's COVID-19 information click here
The health and safety of FamilyMeans clients, staff, and volunteers is a top priority for us. Like you and many other agencies, we are monitoring the rapidly changing nature of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In response, FamilyMeans leadership is closely consulting advice from public health experts, reviewing our longstanding business continuity plan, and adopting emergency preparedness measures where needed.
We want to make it easy for FamilyMeans clients, staff, volunteers, and community members to understand the precautions that FamilyMeans is taking during this time of uncertainty. Because of the ever-changing nature of this crisis, we plan to update this page as policies and plans change. Please check back regularly for updates.
As of October 20, 2020 the following precautions are being taken to slow-down the virus’ transmission and keep our community healthy and safe. This page will be updated when changes to our plan occur. Questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us at 651-439-4840.
For more information about FamilyMeans COVID-19 information click here
Just like you, we continue to respond proactively to the COVID-19 pandemic. At Hope House, we are following guidelines outlined in Governor Walz’s Emergency Order 20-55, including the advice of the CDC, the Minnesota Department of Health, and the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
All of us at Hope House appreciate your support for our and other nonprofit organizations, including local Stillwater businesses. We continue to be well-stocked with food and supplies and will always be grateful for any monetary support you choose to give during this time. Our wish, though, would be that you direct your generosity towards organizations on the frontlines of this pandemic. These continue to be challenging times for many, so please be kind, healthy, smart, and safe. We will work through this together.
For more information about Hope House's COVID-19 information click here
You can pre-order your meals for curbside pick-up at 9:30 -10 a.m. too. Here’s the link http://www.ourcommunitykitchen.org/Menu.html
Our Community Kitchen cultivates an inclusive community, participating in the process of growing, preparing, eating, and preserving food in order to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
For more information about Our Community Kitchen's COVID-19 information click here
ServeMinnesota is responding to the Coronavirus Disease/COVID-19 pandemic in consultation with the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and the Minnesota Department of Health to ensure the health and safety of our staff, partners and AmeriCorps members. Please review the CNCS statement and Frequently Asked Questions on Coronavirus/COVID-19 for information and answers to your questions.
For more information about ServeMN's COVID-19 information click here
SMRLS is monitoring government recommendations regarding the recent outbreak of COVID-19. Out of concern for the health and safety of our clients and staff, SMRLS is asking that clients contact us through email or by telephone rather than come into SMRLS offices.
For more information about SMRLS's COVID-19 information click here
Services as normal. Curbside Community Meals To Go will continue for the foreseeable future! Thursday evenings, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.. Drive up outside the Great Hall Building, door #6. No registration necessary. Questions? Call the Community Resource Center at 651-762-9148.
For more information about St. Andrews' COVID-19 information click here
In response to the current coronavirus pandemic, or COVID-19 outbreak, and to ensure the safety of our clients, staff, volunteers and interns, many of our services are being offered remotely at this time. If you have any questions about service availability, please call our 24-hour crisis and resource line at 612.825.0000.
For more information about Tubman's COVID-19 information click here
A temporary service model is currently in effect in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are offering drive-up service for food Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 9:30-11:30 a.m. and Tuesday/Thursday from 4:30-6:30 p.m. No appointments necessary.
Please call 651-430-2739 if you need help. With resource assistance or other service needs.
For more information about Valley Outreach's COVID-19 information click here
During this pandemic we want you to know that Youth Service Bureau remains open and clients are welcome to schedule sessions with their therapist in-person and via telehealth!
For more information about Youth Service Bureau's COVID-19 information click here
Additional Food Resources
For direct information from the Minnesota Department of Health click here
For direct information regarding Minnesota Unemployement click here
We are here to support you and our community!