St. Louis Park Emergency Program (STEP)                   952-925-4899

6812 W. Lake Street, St. Louis Park                              www.stepslp.org
Emergency services include food shelf, clothing closet,school supplies, transportation and financial  assistance for rent,mortgage or utilities.

Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP)              612-595-1300

Temporary help is available to adults and families with children in need of food, food stamps, clothing and shelter. You must apply in person for monthly income, food stamps and /or medical assistance. Bring along any of the following paperwork: birth certificate, bank statements, social security number, and documents proving property ownership.

Fare-For-All                                                                    763-450-3880

Offers quality affordable grocery packages each month with no income restrictions. Food may be purchased at Lenox Community Center on the first Tuesday of each month between 4 and 6 p.m. Participants are encouraged to volunteer 2 hours each month.

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)                               612-348-6100

Health and nutrition assessment, free vouchers for quality food and referrals for many health and social services for pregnant and breast feeding women, infants and children up to 5 years of age.

Mothers And Children (MAC)                                           651-484-8241

Nutritious, balanced monthly food package for children five years of age (and under 6 years old) and women who have a baby from 6 months to one year, but not breast feeding. MAC offers an extension to services offered by WIC.

Nutrition Assistance Programs for Seniors (NAPS)          651-201-4404

Nutritious, balanced monthly food package for men and women over 60 years of age who meet a low income requirement.

Senior LinkAge Line 1-800-333-2433

The Senior LinkAge Line® is a free service of the state of Minnesota that connects older Minnesotans and their families with the help they need.


Many local churches and synagogues offer help in a time of need. Call or visit a church or synagogue near you.