Resources and information for Minnesota residents affected by the flooding

Greater Twin Cities United Way 211 in partnership with statewide disaster response and relief organizations, federal, state, county, and city officials are coordinating the available resources and services for residents that have been affected by the devastating flooding occurring across Minnesota.

Visit United Way’s 211 disaster response and recovery resources and information here.

Call 211 for additional assistance or help and speak with a trained, certified Community Resource Specialist to help you sort through additional assistance that may be available. 211 is available 24 hours/7 days a week, is confidential, and supports all languages.

Dial: 2-1-1 or (800)543-7709 or (651)291-0211

Text: Your zip code to 898-211


Please visit the links below for information about disaster response and recovery resources:

American Red Cross Disaster Distress Helpline
American Red Cross Disaster Shelters
Blue Earth and Nicollet Counties Resources
Cottonwood County Resources
Disaster Clean-up Assistance
Disaster Related Financial Assistance
Donation Information
Flood Disaster Shelters
Le Sueur County Resources
Minnesota 511 – Traveler Information
Minnesota Farm and Rural Helpline
Rice County Resources
Saint Louis County Resources

Need help finding a resource?

Call to speak with one of our highly trained Community Resource Specialists by phone.

Your call is completely confidential, and we have call menus in English, Spanish, and Hmong.

Call 2-1-1

Toll Free: 800-543-7709
Local: 651-291-0211
Text your zip code to 898-211*
24-7 / Confidential / All Languages

From Our Specialists:

I think it makes a huge difference for people when they know when they call, they can speak with a live person who is here to help.

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