Urgent! Masks & Donations
Dear Residents, Staff and Community Members,
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, our top priority is the safety of our residents and staff. Our task force of key organizational leadership is continuously monitoring the fluid situation and adjusting protocols per the guidelines provided by the Minnesota Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and, at our nursing home, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS).
Our doors remain open as we continue to serve the community. If you need any these services, please contact us at:
24/7 Domestic Violence Crisis Line – 763-559-4945
Supportive Housing – 763-559-4249
Mission Nursing Home – 763-231-3123
Across the campus, we have suspended our volunteer program to protect volunteers, residents and staff. We are grateful for the commitment of volunteers to serve at Missions Inc. and help those coming to us. And we look forward to the day when we are safely able to invite volunteers back on our campus. Thank you for your support and understanding.
Below are some resources we have gathered to help you navigate this challenging time. Whether you need support finding a virtual AA meeting or understanding the ways you can prevent the spread of COVID-19 or how to find financial support or food, we seek to support the larger community by gathering community resources here for you.
And if you are able to help, please consider making a gift online today. We will continue to serve the community with the services as we have done for 125 years. Your gift helps us continue the work in these difficult times. Thank you.
Page last updated on March 24, 2020
Domestic Violence Resources
OUR CRISIS LINE IS OPEN TO PROVIDE IMMEDIATE SAFETY & SUPPORT: 763.559.4945
Avoiding public spaces and working remotely can help to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but for many survivors, staying home may not be the safest option.
Evitar espacios públicos y trabajar de forma remota puede ayudar a reducir la propagación de COVID-19, pero para muchas sobrevivientes, permanecer en casa puede no ser la opción más segura.
Information about the 2020 United States Census process and important privacy considerations for survivors of domestic violence.
From Sanctuary for Families, this Safety Planning Guide draws from survivors' and clinicians' expertise.
English-speaking, Skype-based online Alcoholics Anonymous meetings
Worldwide, multi-platform list of online Narcotics Anonymous meetings
Free, daily online all recovery meetings via WeConnect
Author and recovery advocate William C. Moyers serves as host of this thought-provoking interview series from Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Tips for staying connected and safeguarding your addiction recovery from the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation
Mental Health Resources
Resources for anxiety and your mental health in a global climate of uncertainty.
All groups offered via Zoom: Family Support Groups, Partners & Spouses Support Groups, Parent Resource Groups, Young Adult NAMI Connection, LGBT + Connections Support Group, NAMI Open Door Anxiety and Panic Support Groups, NAMI Connection
If you or someone you know is in need, dial 211 or text the letters MNCOVID to 898-211. Certified Community Resource Specialists are trained to make appropriate referrals for people experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. They are also available to provide local resoruces related to accessing food, paying housing bills and other essential services.
Assistance for workers who can't work, have their hours reduced or lose their jobs as a result of the pandemic. In order to handle a high volume of requests, workers are asked to apply online unless they need language assistance. Customer service is available via phone in Spanish, Hmong, Somali, or any other preferred language: 651.296.3644 (Twin Cities); 1.877.898.9090 (Greater MN); 1.866.814.1252 (TTY users)
Short-term emergency assistance, affordable rental housing resources, and resources for those experiencing homelessness
Meal service during the COVID-19 School Closure, including meal pickup locations.
Minneapolis Public Schools is providing students with meals while schools are closed due to the COVID-19 virus. These meals are intended to replace the meals services that students normally receive during the school day.
Many kids rely on school lunches to stay fed during the day. Several restaurants have said they will give free lunches to any students who need them while they're home from school.
The Sheridan Story is coordinating with over 31 school dsitricts in MN and WI to provide bags of food to be distributed to students' families.
To-go meals offered to people living with HIV Monday-Thursday from 12-6 pm, and Friday 12-4 pm.
Ongoing situation update, materials and resoruces, emergency response, etc.
Una lista de medidas y recursos para estar actualizados sobre la prevención, respuesta y evolución de la emergencia del Covid-19.
Recommendations for canceling public events, updated executive orders from the governor, specific recommendations for individuals, schools, etc.
How to protect yourself, what to do if you think you are sick, community resources, and continuously updated situation summaries.
Information from the U.S. Department of Labor regarding FMLA leave during public health emergencies.
Countering stigma during the COVID-19 response
DEED is working closely with the U.S. Department of Labor, the Walz-Flanagan Administration, and the Minnesota Legislature to take proactive steps to ensure the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic do not cause unnecessary burdens on employers and workers in Minnesota.