Serving Those Serving’s “Help! Service Directory!” page is meant to be a referral service only. The following list of resources will change on a regular basis depending on community feedback. Do you know of a resource that isn’t listed here, but should be? Please CONTACT US and we will review your request.
African Community Services
Center for Asians and Pacific Islanders (CAPI)
  • Bilingual services (Somali, Hmong, Lao, Karen), Immigrant Women’s Network, voting services, etc.
Centro Tyrone Guzman
  • Latino referral to government offices, pathways out of poverty, children, youth and family support
Children’s Dental Services (up to age 26)
  • Serving families from culturally diverse backgrounds, staff members are bi- or multilingual (American Sign Language, Cambodian, Dingo, Farsi, French, Hindi, Hmong, Karen, Korean, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Ukrainian, Urdu, and Vietnamese), providing assistance applying for MA (Medical Assistance), also a sliding fee scale for income-eligible families
Comunidades Latinos Unidos en Servicios
  • English/Spanish website providing employment services, workforce development, early childhood learning, community engagement, voter registration, etc.
Division of Indian Work
Hennepin County Attorney’s Office – Victim/Witness Services
Hennepin County Office of Multicultural Services
Korean Service Center
  • Translation services and advocacy in dealing with government, police, doctors and public assistance agencies, housing assistance, referrals, etc.
Lao Assistance Center
  • Translation, government, police, doctors, and welfare advocacy, employment/job search assistance, tutoring, after school programs, housing assistance, etc.
Mexican Consulate/Consulado de Mexico
Neighborhood Health Source
Pillsbury United Communities
  • Refugee resettlement and immigration social services, focusing on the areas of education, youth and family, wellness and nutrition, employment and training, asset creation, etc.
Sabathani Community Center
  • (Hours: Monday–Thursday from 9–11:30 am and 1–3 pm)
  • Assistance with food, clothing, English as a Second Language (ESL), GED Completion, etc.
University of Minnesota