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HOPE Coalition

Address:
1407 W 4th St
Red Wing, MN 55066

Map & Directions

(31 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(651) 388-9360

Website:
http://hope-coalition.org/i-need-help/basic-needs/

Services:
Limited emergency financial assistance to help pay for: Rent Food Diapers Utilities Clothing Certified copies of state ID or birth certificates Other necessary expenses

Hours:
Program Hours:Tuesday - Friday 2 pm - 4 pm

Eligibility:
Residents of Goodhue, and Wabasha County MN and Pierce County, WI who meet income eligibility limits


Winona Volunteer Services

Address:
402 E 2nd St
Winona, MN 55987

Map & Directions

(44 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(507) 452-5591

Website:
http://www.winonavs.org

Services:
- Provides vouchers for emergency assistance in various situations; before a voucher is given an in-depth conversation will take place between the individual and WVS staff to determine individual's circumstances; vouchers may be issued for the items listed alphabetically below: - - - Bicycles: for individuals without transportation who are either looking for work through an employment agency or are currently employed; must agree to forego all future requests for bus passes, gas, etc. - - - Bus passes (city): for work, school, or seeking employment - - - Bus or train tickets: for individuals or families needing a one-way ticket in verified emergency situations; train tickets only issued when bus tickets not viable; for after-hours transportation emergencies contact Law Enforcement Dispatch Center at (507) 457-6368 - - - Clothing: vouchers may be issued for the WVS Clothes Shop; if specific employment-related clothing is required a voucher may be issued for ShopKo - - - Diapers: for parents/guardians experiencing unexpected financial difficulty - - - Emergency food/grocery store: for individuals who have exhausted food stamps, food shelf card, and financial resources - - - Formula: requires a referral from WIC - - - Gas: for individuals working with an employment agency to job search, or experiencing unexpected circumstance such as reduced work hours; must show valid driver's license and current car insurance - - - Household items: a referral from a service provider is required for individuals needing items such as cooking supplies or a doctor-recommended recliner - - - ID replacement: for individuals needing ID to gain employment; requires referral from Workforce Center - - - Mattresses: request will first be placed on winonashares.org listing, if unsuccessful a service provider may make a referral to WVS; must be approved by regional director - - - Miscellaneous: emergency needs for which no other assistance is available; NOTE: utility assistance is NOT available through WVS

Hours:
Program Hours:- Office/phone hours 9 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday - Client service hours 9 am - 5 pm Monday - Wednesday, 3 pm - 6 pm Thursday, 10:30 am - 5 pm Friday

Eligibility:
Staff must be able to verify that the need for emergency assistance exists; some vouchers require referrals from other agencies (see details in Service Description); serves Winona County


Source

Address:
911 4th St
Hudson, WI 54016

Map & Directions

(47 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(715) 386-1300

Website:
http://operationhelpstcroix.org/

Services:
- Provides a place where individuals can interact with volunteers to identify the best available social services to meet their needs - - - Individuals have access to computer and phone use, as well as a mailing address - - - Information and referrals provided for clothing needs, domestic abuse support, energy assistance, food assistance, furniture, job assistance, pet needs, rent assistance, toys and utilities - - - Farmers market and other food vouchers - - - Gas vouchers available. Each individual is eligible to receive five as a lifetime limit. - - - Personal care items, shoes, socks, diapers (each child can receive 100 per month), wipes, laundry vouchers, soap, dryer sheets and clothing vouchers - - - Forms assistance for SNAP and energy assistance - - - Pet food

Hours:
Site Hours:10 am - 1 pm Monday - Wednesday and Friday; 10 am - 1 pm and 5 pm - 6:30 pm Thursday

Eligibility:
Residents of Saint Croix County


First Care Pregnancy Center

Address:
902 N Broadway Ave
Rochester, MN 55906

Map & Directions

(49 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(507) 282-3377

Website:
http://www.firstcaremn.com/Services.aspx

Services:
Clothing Closet and Parenting Support - - Clients can visit the Parenting Plus program up to 4 times a month with an appointment - Client watches 20-30 minute video and earns Closet Cash to be spent in the clothing closet - - Items in the Closet include new and used maternity clothing baby clothing diapers brand new equipment items such as car seats and strollers

Hours:
Program Hours:Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm

Eligibility:
Primarily serves Olmsted county and the surrounding areas


Birthright of Rochester

Address:
830 S Broadway
Rochester, MN 55904

Map & Directions

(49 Miles Away)

Telephone:
(507) 288-9374

Website:
http://www.birthright.org

Services:
Completely confidential help including: Emotional support Free pregnancy tests Medical referrals Legal referrals Educational assistance and referrals Maternity and baby clothes Gift bags for mothers of new babies Emergency diapers, wipes and baby wash Housing referrals Referrals to social agencies Referrals for professional counseling Information on: Prenatal development Job search/career development Adoption Pregnancy and childbirth Child care options Child safety issues

Hours:
Program Hours:Call (507)288-9374 to hear walk-in office hours

Eligibility:
Pregnant women in need of support and those parenting babies and struggling financially