Regional human service offices

Hennepin County is opening six human services offices throughout the county, close to where you live, work, and attend school. Each one will provide access to the full range of financial, social and public health services the county offers.

It’s a big change to the way we provide the services many Hennepin County residents use such as access to Medical Assistance, emergency assistance, child care assistance, food assistance, child support and homeless services.

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Find the services you need

All of the regional human service offices provide a full spectrum of services. You can choose the location that works best for your location and schedule.

Now open

Downtown Minneapolis

Century Plaza, 330 South 12th Street, Minneapolis | Map

Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

North suburban

Northwest Family Service Center, 7051 Brooklyn Boulevard, Brooklyn Center | Map

Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

South suburban

VEAP Community Service Center, 9600 Aldrich Avenue, Bloomington | Map

Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Thursday 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Special services

Each regional location also provides distinct services, provided by onsite nonprofit partners.

Northwest Family Services

VEAP Human Services Hub

Each office also hosts a variety of nonprofit partners from your community, to help you find additional resources.

Opening in 2014

West suburban

Wells Fargo building, 1011 First Street South, Hopkins | Map

Downtown Minneapolis

Hennepin Health Services Building, 525 Portland Avenue, Minneapolis | Map

North Minneapolis

1001 Plymouth Avenue North, Minneapolis | Map

Opening in 2015

South Minneapolis

Sites in development

About this initiative

The Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department touches one in four lives in the county. We help people gain employment, stabilize their housing, feed their families, access health care and keep their families safe and intact.

We are locating six human services offices, including one in south Minneapolis, closer to where our clients live, work and attend school. We are putting our services where our clients live. That’s everywhere. 

Benefits for residents

People who already have been getting services at the Northwest Hub in Brooklyn Center have told us that visits there are significantly shorter and more efficient than they were at Century Plaza, in downtown Minneapolis. Transit time is shorter. Parking is free. The hours they can save is more time for families and jobs.

Helping the community

The county provides assessments and referrals, and based on their individual or family needs, clients could be connected to a number of programs, to help them:

  • Apply for food support
  • Apply for Medical Assistance
  • Address homelessness
  • Deal with utility shut-offs, evictions and other emergencies
  • Get support for seniors in their homes
  • Learn about early childhood programs
  • Support people with disabilities
  • Improve mental health or chemical health
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