Established in 1993, the Minnesota Children’s Cabinet works in unison with numerous state, local, and community-based agencies to provide a holistic approach to service designed to significantly improve the social, educational, financial, and health-related development of children and their families. Moreover, the collective efforts of the Minnesota Children’s Cabinet and its partners strive to promote equity for all Minnesota’s children and attempt to remedy the disparities experienced by the children of color, indigenous children, and low-income children throughout the state.
In response to the COIVD-19 pandemic, the Minnesota Children’s Cabinet has created a comprehensive resource guide for questions, contacts information, and support in several critical areas that include: health coverage, housing, economic assistance, childcare, mental health needs, food supports, utilities, worker protections, support for college students, small business support, as well as additional family supports and resources related to COVID-19.
In addition to the Minnesota Children’s Cabinet resource guide linked above, you can learn more about the Children’s Cabinet at mn.gov. And for direct links to other COVID-19 resources, please visit Community Action Partnership of Ramsey & Washington Counties.