First, we would like to extend a hearty thank you to the community for the care residents are showing one another as we all work together to stay healthy. Second, we at NRRC would also like to thank you for your patience as we navigate our new community engagement landscape.  NRRC will continue to engage with residents - however, for the time being our meetings will be held via phone and computer. We remain committed to the inclusivity of all residents so please don't hesitate to contact us if you need help setting up the systems to participate in a meeting.

In this email, we have included information about resources available to community members as we "wait out the storm."  In the meantime, please continue to check in (via phone) with elderly residents in our community and take care of your own mental health by going for walks and spending time meditating and exercising.

Food Resources:

Minneapolis Public Schools

Hunger Solutions

Minneapolis Food Shelves

Twin Cities Mobile Market

North Point Community Food Shelf

Government Resources:

Tips and guidelines from Ward 5

Information regarding Unemployment Benefits

Information regarding Court Changes

MNsure Coverage for Covid-19

General Resources:

UMNPHDR has put together this list of abundant resources available in the community.

You can request specific needs from the Action PAC here.

If you are able to donate:

North Point Food and Fund Drive

Open Arms MN

United Way - Twin Cities

St. Stephen's Minneapolis

If you have any questions or concerns, you can email contactus@nrrc.org

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