COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & RESOURCES

The following is a list of organizations that provide assistance in our community.

CHILDREN & FAMILY

CHILDREN & FAMILY

Perspectives

Breaking the cycle for at risk families and children for total family recovery

952-926-2650

Meadowbrook Collaborative

A nationally acclaimed multi-housing project focused on reinvesting in its families and

children in the areas of health, education and safety. Tutoring/mentoring.

952-935-9239

TEENS

TEENS

Treehouse

Love. Hope. Transform. Meeting the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of at risk teens and their families. Housed at Park Community Church.

Greg Hildebrandt | ghildebrandt@treehouseyouth.org | 651.235.2877

WOMEN

WOMEN

Wayside Family Treatment

Wayside House empowers women to recover sobriety, identity, family, home and community by providing treatment, housing and supportive services

Teri Rooney | 952-405-7199

BASIC NEEDS

BASIC NEEDS

STEP (St. Louis Park Emergency Program)

STEP strengthens our community by responding to the basic emergency needs of individuals and families in St. Louis Park.

952-925-4899

Matter

We believe the simple act of being resourceful can change the world. By seeing a new purpose for what others cast-off, we are able to partner with service organizations to deliver opportunities to those living in scarcity. It’s our calling to create a world where we all matter.

952-897-7799

LOW INCOME

LOW INCOME

CAPSH (Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin)

SLP COMMUNITY

SLP COMMUNITY

City of St. Louis Park

Parks & Rec, Nature Center, City Hall, Special Events, and projects such as fire hydrant painting and beautifying parks.

Laura Smith | 952-928-2847

SLP Public Schools

Assisting teachers and supporting students in the areas of reading, math, art, music, ELL, media, special events, summer school, and Kids’ Place Child Care.

Linda Asche | asche.linda@slpschools.org

SLP Community Ed

Rotary: SLP Sunrise Rotary Club & Rotary Club of SLP

Connecting to the community through hands on service to those in need. A fun and energetic club environment that is welcoming to other community leaders and fosters a shared commitment to the betterment of our communities and the Rotary ideals of service above self.

Fridays, 7:30am at YUM! | Linda Trummer

Mondays, 11:45am at DoubleTree | Steve Solbrack, steve@solbrack.com, 612-578-8776

DISABLED

DISABLED

CIP (Community Involvement Programs)

Supporting people with disabilities through spending time with them, fundraising events, and work crews.

Cindy Wetzel | 612-362-4414 | cwetzel@cipmn.org

IMMIGRANT/REFUGEES

IMMIGRANTS/REFUGEES

Arrive Ministries (formerly, World Relief Minnesota)

Called to see refugees and other immigrants transformed economically, socially, and spiritually. Includes SALT (Somali Adult Literacy Training) with ESL home tutoring in SLP.

612-798-4332 | office@arriveministries.org | arriveministries.org

HOMELESS (MPLS)

HOMELESS (MPLS)

The Salvation Army

Events (Coats for Kids), meals serving, food distribution, youth/mentoring, etc. Harbor Light Center – Minnesota’s largest homeless adult outreach facility.

Jessyca Duerr | 651-746-3516