Service Bulletins


At this time, Greater Twin Cities United Way 2-1-1 is not scheduling vaccine appointments for residents of Minnesota. Statewide Vaccine Status Who’s Getting Vaccinated: Provides a timeline of who can get the vaccine and when here Vaccine Data: Provides a summary of who’s getting vaccinated, race/ethnicity, distribution, vaccines administered and provider goals here Vaccine Distribution and Administration: Provides information about…

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If you need assistance finding food, paying housing bills or other essential services, dial 2-1-1, 651-291-0211 or 1-800-543-7709 or Text ‘MNCOVID’ to 898211 and a Certified Community Resource Specialist will help to locate available resources in your area. In response to COVID-19, many organizations have made changes to their in-person availability. These changes happen frequently,…

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CIVIL UNREST – 2020/2021

It is advised to call ahead before venturing out to any commercial business, establishment or nonprofit. Visit United Way’s Civil Unrest 2020-2021 webpage for community information, donations and volunteer opportunities, and Healthcare/Mental Health Resources related to the Derek Chauvin trial and the death of Daunte Wright. Click here

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School Supplies – Statewide 2021: Wrap Around Minnesota

Push Text Messaging Campaign—Greater Twin Cities United Way, 2-1-1 Network Greater Twin Cities United Way and the Minnesota Children’s Cabinet have developed a push text messaging campaign, WrapMN, to provide streamlined information and coordination for identified academic, food, health, and housing resources available across the state. The goal of this campaign is to increase wrap-around…

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Eviction Assistance and Resources

Minnesota Eviction Moratorium Phaseout: On June 29, 2021, the State of Minnesota enacted a law (see Article 5) which phases out the COVID-19 based moratorium that suspended evictions and landlord-initiated lease terminations since March 2020. This law creates a timeline for allowing different types of lease terminations and evictions. It also creates some protections against…

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RentHelpMN is now open for applications…. RentHelpMN, also known as the COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance (CERA) Program, is now accepting applications. What is RentHelpMN? Created to help Minnesotans who have fallen behind on their rent or fear that could happen. RentHelpMN is currently in Phase One, in which people with past due rent who meet…

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