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CAPI — CAPI conducts MNSure outreach and provides navigation and enrollment services for uninsured people. Our bilingual staff and volunteers help people understand, apply, and enroll for health coverage through the Marketplace.

COVID Community Coordinator Hotline612-249-9528 — Open 24hrs Monday through Friday, and Emergency Weekend calls. This hotline will help African and African-American Minnesotans navgate available resources to cope with the health, economic, educational, and cultural impacts of COVID-19.

Eastside Neighborhood Services Vital Living Program — A weekly one-hour phone-in call with gentle guided movements and activities for well-being. Every Thursday from 1-2pm.

JustUs Health — Information about clean needle exchanges in the greater Twin Cities area.

MaskMVMT Mask Delivery — MaskMVMT is a volunteer organization that collects and distributes free cloth masks to the community on request.

Minnesota Insulin Safety Net Program – To help Minnesotans who face difficulty affording their insulin. The program is made up of two parts. The urgent need program and the continuing need program.

MN Mental Health Providers of Color

MN Poison Control1-800-222-1222 — For all poison emergencies and questions. Poison experts are available 24/7.

MNsure Special Enrollment Period (SEP) — MNsure is offering a special enrollment period (SEP) for any Minnesotan who is uninsured or who is not currently enrolled in coverage through MNsure. This special enrollment period opens on Tuesday, February 16 and runs through Monday, May 17.

Neighborhood Health Source — Medical clinics offering sliding-scale services to folks with or without insurance.

Our Justice — Free curbside Plan B, free pregnancy tests, funds to pay for abortion, lodging assistance for abortion care in the Twin Cities.

PPE Request — A place for aid sites or organizations to request PPE if they’re within the Minneapolis City Limits.

Red Door Clinic612-543-5555 — Anyone can get Narcan (a medication used to stop heroin or other opiate overdose) without a prescription at Red Door for themselves, friends or family members: Health Services Building, 525 Portland Ave, 4th Floor in downtown Minneapolis.

Robbinsdale Women’s Clinic763-531-9554 — Robbinsdale Women’s Center is a pregnancy resource medical clinic providing no-cost and confidential advice and services when you face an unplanned pregnancy. All medical services are provided by licensed medical professionals.

Southside Harm Reduction Services — Works within a harm reduction framework to promote the human rights to health, safety, autonomy, and agency among people who use substances. Help with: naloxone, clean syringe & works delivery, street outreach, skillshares, resources, etc.

We Keep Each Other Safe — A Guide By and For Black, Indigenous, Latinx, POC and LGBTQ Communities Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic.

WellShare Covid-19 Hotline Somali: 612-254-7308, Espanol: 651-318-0051, Oromo: 763-312-6362 — They offer support regarding COVID-19, housing assistance, and food resources.

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