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Arc Greater Twin Cities
2446 University Avenue W, Suite 110St. Paul, MN 55114
952-920-0855 • •
Advocacy and support for people with intellectually and developmental disabilities and their families

Mental Health Association of MinnesotaMHAM
475 Cleveland Avenue N, Suite 222St. Paul, MN 55104-5589651-493-6634 or 800-862-1799info@mentalhealthmn.orgwww.mentalhealthmn.orgSupport and information regarding adults and transition services for youth with mental health needs• Depression and Bipolar Support AllianceMinnesota support groups administered by MHAM

The Arc of Minnesota
770 Transfer Road, Suite 26St. Paul, MN 55114651-523-0823 • 800-582-5256mail@arcmn.orgwww.thearcofminnesota.orgAdvocacy and support for people with intellectually and developmental disabilities and their families

Mid-Minnesota Legal AssistanceMMLA
www.midmnlegal.orgLegal advice, referrals and representation to low-income families or people with disabilities• East Central Legal Services1700 US State Highway 293, Suite 100Cambridge, MN 55008763-689-2849 • 800-622-7772• Legal Aid Society of MinneapolisDowntown Office430 1st Avenue N, Suite 300

Minneapolis, MN 55401-1780


• Minnesota Disability Law Center

See MNDLC listing

• St. Cloud Area Legal Services

830 W. St. Germain, Suite 300

P.O. Box 886

St. Cloud, MN 56302

320-253-0121 • 888-360-2889

• Western Minnesota Legal Services

302 SW Fifth Street, Suite 202

P.O. Box 1866

Willmar, MN 56201

320-235-9600 • 888-360-3666

Attention Deficit Support Services
Please see new listing under Learning Disabilities Association, LDA-Minnesota

Minnesota Adoption Resource NetworkMARN
430 Oak Grove Street, Suite 404Minneapolis, MN 55403612-861-7115 or*Adoption information, education, and resources

Autism Society of Minnesota • AuSM
2380 Wycliff Street, Suite 102St. Paul, MN 55114651-647-1083info@ausm.orgwww.ausm.orgAdvocacy and education for individuals with autism and their families

Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental HealthMACMH
165 Western Avenue N, Suite 2St. Paul, MN 55102(651) 644-7333 or 800-*Support and information for families and professionals

Behavioral Institute for Children and Adolescents
3585 Lexington Avenue N, Suite 163Arden Hills, MN 55126651-484-5510info@behavioralinstitute.orgwww.behavioralinstitute.orgTrainings and resource information for working with children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral challenge

Minnesota Disability Law CenterMDLC
Mental Health Advocacy Project430 1st Avenue N, Suite 300Minneapolis, MN 55401612-332-1441 • 800-292-4150TDD- 612-332-4668Duluth – 218-722-5625Grand Rapids – 218-326-7044Mankato – 507-389-9826Moorhead – 218-230-9870

Willmar – 320-235-9600

Free civil legal assistance to individuals with disabilities

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorders of MNCHADD
800-233-4050Twin Cities: 952-922-5761Rochester: 507-280-6937www.chadd.orgSupport groups and resources for children and adults with AD/HD

Minnesota Kinship Caregivers AssociationMKCA
161 St. Anthony Avenue, Suite 940St. Paul, MN 55103651-917-4640www.mkca.orgAdvice, advocacy and support for grandparents and other kinship caregivers

Children’s Home Society and Family ServicesCHSFS
1605 Eustis StreetSt. Paul, MN 55108651-646-7771 • 800-952-9302www.chsfs.orgProvides education advocacy for people with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders, adoption, and post-adoption support

Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol SyndromeMOFAS
1885 University Avenue, Suite 395St. Paul, Minnesota 55104651-917-2370 • 866-90-MOFASinfo@mofas.orgwww.mofas.orgworks collaboratively within communities to provide resources and support for families living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
Please see new listing under MHAM, Mental Health Association of Minnesota

National Alliance on Mental IllnessNAMI-MN
800 Transfer Road, Suite 31St. Paul, MN 55114651-645-2948 • 888-NAMIHELPSnami-mn@nami.orgwww.namimn.orgSupport, information, and advocacy for persons with mental illness

Disability Minnesota
www.mndisability.govThis website provides easy links to all state services relating to disability

Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational RightsPACER Center
8161 Normandale BoulevardMinneapolis, MN 55437952-838-9000 • 800-53-PACERTTY 952-838-0190pacer@pacer.orgwww.pacer.orgAdvocacy, information, and referral resources for children and young adults with disabilities and their families

Institute for Minority Development • IMD
7100 Medicine Lake RoadNew Hope, MN 55427763-544-2019info@minoritydevelopment.orgwww.minoritydevelopment.orgIn-home and community-based family support services for children and adults with developmental



PrairieCare Edina| 952-230-9100 |
Fax 952-544-1500


6545 France Ave. South, Suite 302, Edina, MN 55435

PrairieCare Maple Grove| 763-383-5800 |
Fax 952-826-8360

12915 63rd Avenue North, Maple Grove, MN 55369

PrairieCare Woodbury| 651-259-9700 |
Fax 651-259-9780

7616 Currell Blvd., Woodbury, MN 55125

Suicide Awareness Voices of EducationSAVE
8120 Penn Avenue S, Suite 470

Bloomington, MN 55431


National Lifeline: 800-273-TALK

Suicide prevention and educational resources

Learning Disabilities AssociationLDA-Minnesota
5354 Parkdale Drive, Suite 200St. Louis Park, MN 55416952-922-8374info@ldaminnesota.orgwww.ldaminnesota.orgOffers child and adult education, AD/HD support groups and workshops, assessments, tutoring, and referrals• Attention Deficits Support ServicesA program/service of LDA Minnesota

Tourette Syndrome Association of MinnesotaTSA-MN
2233 University Avenue, Suite 338St. Paul, MN 55114651-646-0099 • 866-918-7500www.tsa-mn.orgEducation, support, and public awareness programs for individuals and their families affected by Tourette Syndrome—-

The site contains a comprehensive list of treatment options throughout Minnesota.  It also has indepth sections on types of drugs, withdrawal

Legal Services of Northwest MN
1015 7th Avenue NMoorhead, MN 56560218-233-8585 • 800-450-8585legalaid@lsnmlaw.orgwww.lsnmlaw.orgLegal advice, referrals, and representation to low-income families or people with disabilities

United Way 211Greater Twin Cities United Way
2-1-1 or 651-291-0211 (cell users) and referral service to community resource

Minnesota Children with Special Health Needs

MCSHN (Minnesota Department of Health)
Office: 85 E 7th Place, Ste 500, St. Paul, MN 55101Mail Address: PO Box 64882, St. Paul, MN 55164-0882651-201-3650 or and referral resources for children with special needs and their families

Minnesota Department of CommerceMDC
Consumer Concerns Market Assurance651-296-2488 • 800-657-3602 (MN only) licensed fee-for-service or indemnity plans

Minnesota Department of HealthMDH
Office: 85 E 7th Place, St. Paul, MN 55101Mail Address: PO Box 64975, St. Paul, MN 55164-0975651-201-5000 • licensed HMOs and CISNs

Minnesota Department of EducationMDE
Division of Special Education1500 W Highway 36Roseville, MN special education services and programming in Minnesota

Minnesota Department of Human ServicesDHS – Children’s Mental Health Division
PO Box 64985, St. Paul, MN children’s mental health services and programming

OMBUDSPERSONS:Ombudspersons for Families
1450 Energy Park Drive, Ste 106, St. Paul, MN 55108Ensures that children and their families are guaranteed fair treatment by all agencies that provide child welfare services.

African-American Families

Asian-Pacific Families

Hispanic Families
651-643-2537 or 888-243-4936

Indian Families

Ombudsman for Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
121 7th Place E, Suite 420Metro Square BuildingSt. Paul, MN 55101-2117651-757-1800 • 800-657-3506TTY to assist you to overcome the delay, injustice or impersonal delivery of services

Ombudsman for State Managed Health Care Programs
Office: 540 Cedar Street, St. Paul, MN 55155Mail Address: PO Box 64249, St. Paul, MN 55164-0249651-431-2660 • 800-657-3729Hotline Hours: 9:00 – 11:00 am & 1:00 – 3:00 persons enrolled in MN Health Care Programs, Medical Assistance, & MinnesotaCare