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Social Services and Support for Individuals and Families

We’re here to help you find resources in your community that enhance your quality of life, support your well-being, and improve your mental health. Community resources include a wide range of social services including mental health providers, food programs, employment placement and job training, housing and transportation assistance, and other programs and services that can help ensure your and your family’s basic needs are met.

How do I find a community resource near me?

Using the resource selector below, select your county or tribal nation, type of resource you’re looking for, and the age(s) of those who need assistance.

A list will populate with the providers, partners, and organizations that meet your criteria. Click on the links to learn more about them and to view their contact information.

What type of community resource do I need?

Behavioral & Mental Health
Find behavioral and mental health care providers including, counselors, therapists, licensed social workers.

Chemical Health
Find healthcare providers who provide in-patient and out-patient treatment, comprehensive abuse assessments, and detox facilities.

Find affordable childcare providers, including daycare centers, in-home daycares, and early education facilities.

Drop-In Centers
Find a safe place to go to connect with peers, find support, participate in fun activities and exercises, and practice coping skills.

Education and Employment
Find information about school districts and places to receive additional education, skills training, and help with searching for a job.

Financial Support
Find financial assistance programs to help pay for healthcare, childcare, food, and basic living expenses.

Food and Nutrition
Find food assistance programs, food shelves, meal delivery services, and access to nutritious foods.

Find healthcare providers including primary care, urgent care, and emergency care clinics.

Find rent assistance programs, emergency housing and shelters, eviction and foreclosure prevention support, and transitional housing.

Parenting Resources
Find parenting resources on caregiving as a parent including support groups

Support Groups
Find professionally-led support groups of peers who share similar experiences including mental health challenges, recovery, substance abuse, grief, and addiction.

Find transportation assistance programs, public transportation, medical transportations services, and fuel assistance.

Veteran Services
Find your county’s veteran services office for referrals to additional resources, assistance, and benefits.

What if I can’t find what I’m looking for?

If you are having trouble finding the community resources or support you or your family needs in your area, please contact your county social services intake line for additional assistance.

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Aitkin County Health and Human Services
204 1st St. NW
Aitkin, MN 56431

Phone: 218-927-7200
Toll-Free: 800-328-3744

Aitkin County Health & Human Services
Aitkin County Adult Social Services
Aitkin County Children & Families Social Services Unit
Aitkin County Financial Services Unit


Cass County Health, Human and Veterans Services
400 Michigan Ave W.
Walker, MN 56484

Phone: 218-547-1340

Health, Human and Veterans Services
Financial Assistance
Social Services
Public Health Services
Veterans Services

Crow Wing

Crow Wing County Community Services
Community Services
204 Laurel St.
Brainerd, MN 56401

Phone: 218-824-1140
Toll-Free: 888-772-8211

Community Services
Adult Mental Health Unit
Adult Services
Children and Family Services
Financial Assistance
Veterans Services

Drop In Centers

Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe

Gaa-zagaskwaajimekaag Inaadiziwin – Leech Lake Behavioral Health
Leech Lake Behavioral Health is committed to providing holistic services that honor and promote the wellbeing of Anishinaabe people.

Physical Address:
16123 Grant Utley Ave NW
Cass Lake, MN 56633

Mailing Address:
Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe- HS Division-Behavioral Health Program
190 Sailstar Drive
Cass Lake, MN 56633

Phone: (218) 335-3050
Fax: (218) 335-4410

Services available to Indian Health Services/I.H.S. Eligible people living on or near the Leech Lake Nation Reservation:
Traditional Cultural Advisement and Holistic Services
Medication Management Services
Individual, Couple, Family and Group Therapy
Early Childhood Mental Health Services/ECMH
Diagnostic Assessment
Crisis Response Services
Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports/CTSS
Children’s Mental Health Targeted Case Management
Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services/ARMHS
Adult Mental Health Targeted Case Management

Behavioral Health/Mental Health Providers

Education and Employment

Support Groups


Morrison County Information
Morrison County Social Services
213 1st Ave SE
Little Falls, MN 56345

Phone: 320-632-2951
Toll-Free: 800-269-1464

Social Services
Adult Mental Health
Adult Protection
Chemical Dependency
Children’s Mental Health
Developmental Disabilities
Financial Assistance


Todd County Health and Human Services Information
212 2nd Ave. S.
Long Prairie, MN 56347

Phone: 320-732-4500

Staples Branch Office
200 1st St. NE, Ste. 1
Staples, MN 56479

Phone: 218-894-6300

Health and Human Services
Adult/Disability Services
Adult Mental Health
Chemical Dependency
Financial Support Services

Veterans Services


Wadena County Human Services
124 1st St. SE
Wadena, MN 56482

Phone: 218-631-7605

Human Services

Drop In Centers