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September 2023 Resource Update


Before You Throw Out "Expired" COVID-19 Tests:

COVID cases have been increasing across the nation with a 12% increase in hospitalization rates over the last couple weeks.


DHS is encouraging everyone enrolled in Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare to use this website to determine how to update their contact information so that they receive their re-enrollment materials when their time comes. You can also opt in to receive a text message to let you know your enrollment paperwork has been sent. Be sure that your contact information is up-to-date.


Sundays, starting September 3 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am Virtual

We'll do some meditation, gentle yoga, and light vinyasa to help you wind down from the week! ALL levels are welcome. Tune into this event page to watch via Facebook Live. Val will go live at 10:00, and hold a few minutes for any technical difficulties.


FREE CONTINUING EDUCATION WEBINARS

Wednesday, September 27th, 1 pm Bathroom Safety and Transfer Solutions Wednesday, October 25th, 1 pm Modifications for Home Accessibility

Sponsored by Right at Home

Thursday, October 12, 12 pm Virtual



HOUSING RELATED RESOURCES Fresh Rights for Minnesota Renters: Here's a Guide Newly passed legislation evens the playing field between landlords and tenants, housing advocates say. Some of the new landlord-tenant laws are highly technical, and most won’t be in effect until next year. Sahan Journal has a roundup of some of the new laws. https://sahanjournal.com/housing/new-minnesota-laws-on-renters-rights/?mc_cid=8af3623912 HUD Minnesota Affordable Housing Guide This is a (2020) list of various resources, including lists of Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) and other subsidized housing and miscellaneous resources. English Version Press.indd (hud.gov)

Whether you’re looking for rehab and repair programs, guidance around mortgage refinancing, entering into a reverse mortgage or avoiding foreclosure, our advisors can help you keep your home safe and move forward from a foundation designed for long-term success.

Homeowners who need immediate assistance should contact your loan servicer or a foreclosure prevention counselor here.

Foreclosure counseling is available for Minnesota homeowners free of charge.

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