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Housing Link

The mission of HousingLink is "to improve people's lives through information expanding their affordable rental choices."


HOME Line provides free and low-cost legal, organizing, education, and advocacy services so that tenants throughout Minnesota can solve their own rental housing problems. We work to improve public and private policies relating to rental housing by involving affected tenants in the process. 


Aeon is responsive nonprofit developer, owner and manager of high-qulaity affordable aparments and townhomes which serve nearly 8,000 people annually in the Twin Cities area. For more than 30 years, Aeon has been committed ot helping people create a home in a safe, secure environment and connect to the community around them. 

First Call for Help (United Way 211)

United Way 211 provides free and confidential health and human services information for people in Minnesota. 2-1-1 call centers are staffed 24/7 by trained Information and Referral specialists who access needs and refer callers to the help that they seek. 

Hennepin County

Information in English, Spanish, and Somali for families within Hennepin County. 

Think Small

Think Small is a trusted resource for child care information with over thirty years of experience helping families search for care and early childhood education. 

Minnesota Department of Human Services: Childcare & Child Support

Minnesota's Child Care Assistance Programs (CCAP) can help make quality child care affordable for eligible families. 

Parent Aware

Parent Aware gives you the tools and information to find the best quality child care and early education for your child. 

Volunteer Lawyers Network

Volunteer Lawyers Network uses the power of volunteers to protect and enforce the legal rights of low-income Minnesotans. 

Bridge to Benefits 

Bridge to Benefits is a multi-state project by Children's Defense Fund- Minnesota to improve the well-being of families and individuals by linking them to public work support programs and tax credits. By answering a few simple questions, you will be able to see if you or someone else may be eligible for public work support programs. We will not ask you for information that identifies you.