MN Community Resource List

Twin Cities Metro Area Resources

This is a list of perinatal resources within our community.

We are so fortunate to live in the State of Minnesota which has so many great resources for women, men and families. 

PPSM has been fortunate enough to build relationships with local community resources that help build stronger families.   Although many of the organizations that we have listed have developed a relationship with PPSM, we are not able to endorse any particular organization.  

Breastfeeding Support

Enrichment & Support for Parents (Classes, online groups, etc.)


Perinatal/Postpartum Support for Moms

Perinatal/Postpartum Support for Dads

Support for Other Family Members

Pregnancy & Infant Loss Resources

Pregnancy After Loss Resources

Preemie/NICU Resources


People/Parents of Color

LGBTQIA+ Resources

Teen Resources

Resources in Other Languages

Online Support

Local & National Support, Education & Advocacy

Substance Abuse Resources

Hennepin County - Help for addicted moms: Project CHILD

Ramsey County - Mother's First

Changing Course- Changing Course is a series of educational classes for people who drank alcohol and/or used drugs during their pregnancy.

Circle of Hope Support Group - St. Paul

Concerned About Your Drinking? - information and support resources

RS Eden Programs & Services

Wayside Recovery Services

Rural MN-

Healthy Mom, Safe Baby- Duluth, MN

Wellcome Manor Family Services- Mankato, MN

Mis-Qua-Mi-Saga-Eh-Ganing Pregnant Women & Families Program for Native American Women, Red Lake

Recovering Hope Mora, MN

Katherine's House Eveleth, MN (expectant women only- this program does not house children).
Superior Babies Program Virginia, MN - in-home support and programming for pregnant women and new moms.

Mental Health Emergency?  
  Go to the nearest Emergency Room
       Call 911      NAMI MN Crisis Resources (click here).

PPSM (PSI-MN) Mailing address:
701 Washington Ave N
Ste 111-167
Minneapolis 55401

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