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MFIP is Minnesota’s program that assists low‐income families with children to economic stability through work. The MFIP grant includes a cash grant, food assistance, and employment services. Parents must meet work rules immediately or their MFIP grant will be reduced.
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Yes. ApplyMN is Minnesota’s secure, online system you can use to apply for cash assistance, SNAP (food support), emergency help, and childcare assistance programs. To apply for health care coverage please visit mnsure.org.
Inquire via mnsure.org. If you need assistance in applying for health care, you may contact a MNsure navigator to set up an appointment or you can contact your county office for more information. If you are 65 or over, certified disabled through Social Security Administration, or are receiving Medicare, please contact your county office for the appropriate application.
SNAP can help you get the food you need for sound nutrition and well‐balanced meals. The program issues electronic benefits that can help stretch your food budget. SNAP is not intended to meet all your food budget needs.
GA helps Minnesotans with little or no income meet their basic needs. It offers a small monthly cash grant to people with serious illnesses, disabilities, or other issues that limit their ability to work. GA is "interim aid" to help while other sources of income are put in place.
Please call 1‐888‐997‐2227 for a replacement EBT card to be mailed to you.
Please contact our office at 218-299-5200. You can also submit an application through ApplyMN.org
Please call our office at 218‐299-5200
Please visit https://www.childcareawaremn.org/ for the most up to date list.