Minnesota COVID-19 Resources

2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
  1. COVID-19 Helpline
  2. MN COVID-19 Pandemic Response
  3. Stay Safe MN Info - Safely Reopening Minnesota
  4. Minnesota Department of Health

For help with questions about COVID-19 response efforts in Minnesota.

  • M – F 9 AM – 4 PM
  • 651-297-1304 or 1-800-657-3504

Anoka County Public Health

For up-to-date information regarding coronavirus and the response in Anoka County http://anokacounty.us/covid19 

  1. Anoka County Public Health
  2. Anoka County Public Health Nurse Intake
  3. Anoka County WIC
  4. GoAnokaCounty.org

Information and resources on public health services.

  • 763-324-4200
  • https://www.anokacounty.us/PHES

Anoka County Resources

  1. Economic Assistance
  2. CareerForce Blaine/Job Training Center
  3. Veterans Services Office

Provides programs and quality services that support dignity and self-sufficiency. Programs include SNAP, cash programs, child support, emergency, housing support and health care.

Mental Health Resources

  1. COVIDCares Stress Phone Support Service
  2. Anoka County Children's Mental Health Intake
  3. Anoka County Adult Mental Health Intake
  4. Mental Health Helpline

Any Minnesotan experiencing stress call for free telephone support 9 AM – 9 PM every day.

  • 833-437-3466

Social Service & Senior Resources

  1. Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS)
  2. Child Protection
  3. Family Caregiver Connection
  4. Parent Support Outreach Program (PSOP)
  5. Chemical Health Services
  6. Disability & Aging Services
  7. Senior Services
  8. Senior LinkAge Line

Help people who are disabled or seniors connect to resources and services.

  • 763-324-1450 
  • RS-SS-LTSS-Intake@co.anoka.mn.us


  1. Minnesota Food HelpLine
  2. Grocery Delivery through Metro Mobility and Transit Link

Callers can speak directly with someone to receive individualized food resources and support applying for services such as SNAP and WIC. 

Housing Resources

  1. Anoka County Housing Resource Line
  2. COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program
  3. Stepping Stone Emergency Housing
  4. Family Promise in Anoka County
  5. The Dwelling Place Shelter
  6. Haven for Heros: Veteran Housing
  7. Emma B Howe YMCA
  8. Salvation Army - Blaine
  9. Alexandra House (Domestic Violence)

Information on housing resources and to be connected to an agency that may be able to help. This is not for crisis housing.

  • 763-324-1215

Crisis Resources

For emergencies that require immediate assistance from the police/sheriff, fire department or ambulance call 9-1-1 first.

  1. Alexandra House
  2. Minnesota Adult Abuse Reporting Center
  3. Veterans Crisis Line
  4. Anoka County Mobile Crisis Response

Provides domestic, sexual, and relationship violence services to women, men, youth and families. All services are free-of-charge and include 24 hour emergency shelter, legal advocacy, support groups, housing and supportive services, youth intervention and prevention services elder abuse services, and communiity education.


  1. Anoka County Community Action Program (ACCAP)
  2. 2-1-1 United Way
  3. Fast Tracker

Programs include; energy assistance, head start-early head start, housing, child care support services, senior services, home ownership, crisis assistance, transportation solutions.