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Resources to Help You

You are not alone. Many people need help overcoming obstacles. It is easy to find resources and websites that will assist you.

Think about what you need to help you achieve your career or education goals. The list below is only a sample of possible resources. As you improve your computer skills, you will be able to find many more resources. You can also talk to friends, family members, neighbors, teachers, and community service workers to find other help.


  • Minnesota Department of Human Services oversees many of the state's benefits programs.
  • 211 (or dial 2-1-1 on your phone) refers you to local community service providers like food pantries, affordable housing help, and more.
  • MinnesotaHelp.info is an online directory of resources for families, senior citizens, refugees, and other residents of Minnesota.


Child Care


Lack of Education

High or Low Expectations