Grand Rapids MN Welfare Programs and Statistics

Want to learn more about helpful government programs that Grand Rapids residents may qualify for? Search over 600 benefit programs available from various government agencies all in one location.

Most Popular Grand Rapids, Minnesota Benefits

Minnesota Energy Assistance Program
Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP)
Minnesota General Assistance Medical Care
Minnesota Head Start
Minnesota Medical Assistance
Minnesota School Breakfast and Lunch Program
Minnesota Special Milk Program
Minnesota Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Minnesota Summer Food Service
Minnesota Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Minnesota Unemployment Insurance
Minnesota Weatherization Assistance Program
MinnesotaCare
The Minnesota Food Assistance Program (MFAP)

Grand Rapids, Minnesota Head Start Office Locations

3 Head Start Office Locations in Grand Rapids, MN

IRC 1213 SE 2nd Ave Grand Rapids, MN 55744 (218) 327-2941
ICC 1851 E US Highway 169 Grand Rapids, MN 55744 (218) 327-4478
GRECC 820 NW 1st Ave Grand Rapids, MN 55744 (218) 327-5850

Other Help & Aid Resources in Grand Rapids, Minnesota

Grand Rapids, Minnesota welfare resources are available through different outlets. Find the nearest location and make contact with a community outreach center today.

Advocates For Family Peace 1611 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids, MN (218) 326-0388
AEOA: GED Adult Basic Education 421 SE 13th St, Grand Rapids, MN (218) 327-1138
American Red Cross 302 E Howard St # 205, Hibbing, MN (218) 263-4455
Aspenwood Home 1820 E 39th St, Hibbing, MN (218) 263-9079
Baby Steps Boutique Ste 4, 10 NW 5th St, Grand Rapids, MN (218) 326-2300
Blackberry Township Community Center 25349 Dove Ln, Grand Rapids, MN (218) 326-0758
Bovey Coleraine Youth Center Inc 419 2nd St, Bovey, MN (218) 245-1099
Bridges Kinship Mentoring 703 N Pokegama Ave, Grand Rapids, MN (218) 326-4700
Chisholm Senior Citizens 319 W Lake St, Chisholm, MN (218) 254-7927
County of Itasca Health & Human Services: Itasca Resource Center 1209 SE 2nd Ave, Grand Rapids, MN (218) 327-2941
Deer River Area Food Shelf 1006 Comstock Dr, Deer River, MN (218) 246-2500
Elderly Nutrition Program 31089 County Road 39, Deer River, MN (218) 246-8537
Esther House 212 SW 11th Ave, Grand Rapids, MN (218) 326-0993
Family Investment Center 3112 6th Ave E, Hibbing, MN (218) 262-5082
Friends for Animal Welfare 537 Riverside Ave, Cohasset, MN (218) 328-5053
Goodland Community Center 13502 Community Center Rd, Goodland, MN (218) 492-1422
Goodwill 1202 NW 4th St, Grand Rapids, MN (218) 326-6843
Goodwill 315 E Howard St, Hibbing, MN (218) 262-5633
Greenview Alzheimer Residence Manager 3520 7th Ave E, Hibbing, MN (218) 262-5139
Habitat For Humanity 525 Itasca St, Grand Rapids, MN (218) 999-9001
Hibbing Animal Shelter 1403 E 41st St, Hibbing, MN (218) 262-1722
Hibbing Food Shelf 1910 1st Ave, Hibbing, MN (218) 262-1729
Hibbing Police Department 1810 12th Ave E, Hibbing, MN (218) 263-3601
Itasca Community College 1851 E Us Highway 169, Grand Rapids, MN (218) 327-4460
Itasca Resource Center 1006 Comstock Dr, Deer River, MN (218) 246-9510

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