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CLUES Coronavirus Resource Center

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CLUES COVID-19 Hotline: 651-768-0000

At CLUES, the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff, program participants, volunteers and community partners is of the utmost importance. We are monitoring the developing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation and are taking necessary precautions to minimize the exposure and spread of the disease to our staff, volunteers and the communities we serve. Learn more below about COVID-19, how CLUES programs and services are affected, and what additional community resources are available.

CLUES Programs and Facilities

Due to the severity of the COVID-19 health crisis, CLUES offices are closed to the public through at least April 10 to reduce person-to-person contact. We apologize for any inconvenience.

 

During this time, we are working to make CLUES programs and services available via phone-based and video conferencing services. More information is available below.

 

We have established a hotline at 651-768-0000 where public can call or text with specific referral information for individual programs and services. Staff will also be available to answer questions over the phone between the hours of 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, at 651-379-4200 and 612-746-3500.

Education and Classes
Latino Elder Day Center
Canasta Familiar - Food Distribution Program
Mental and Chemical Health Counseling, Case Management
Economic Empowerment
Family Services (including Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Support)
Community Health and Wellness
Advocacy and Community Engagement
Art Gallery and Programming
About COVID-19
What is the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)?
How does COVID-19 spread?
What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
How can I protect myself and others?
If you are sick, to prevent the spread of respiratory disease to others, you should do the following:
Who's at risk?
What should I do if I recently traveled from an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19?
Is there a vaccine?
Is there a treatment?
If I have symptoms, when should I see a doctor?
Community Resources and Information

This is a list of policy actions and resources for families to keep updated with the prevention, response, and evolution of the current Covid-19 Emergency. It will be updated as more information is gathered.

COVID-19 Hotlines
Minnesota Government Resources
Food Access
Internet Access
Education, family and kids
Unemployment
Utility Help
Small Business
Immigration