On this page you can find a list of the local resources that were shared by Building Resilience attendees at the event. Click on an organization's name if you are interested in learning more!

Alpha Element Institute: An organization that inspires a holistic approach to self-leadership and human development.

Ampersand FamiliesMinnesota’s only nonprofit agency focused solely on meeting the permanency needs of older youth and sibling groups in the child welfare system.

Center for Spirituality and Healing (CSH) at the University of MN: CSH enriches health and wellbeing by providing exemplary education, conducting rigorous research, advancing integrative models of care, and delivering innovative solutions to organizations and communities.

Corporation for Supportive HousingHelps build housing that lets homeless and disabled people connect to homes, health care, jobs, and the community.

Domestic Abuse Project: This organization dedicates its resources to breaking the cycle of violence and helping families transform from crisis to healthy and safe relationships.

First Lutheran Church Wellness Center: Along with our partners and volunteers, you can expect free foot care, blood pressure checks, health assessments, mental health counseling, healing touch, massage, and Qigong, as well as an excellent free meal, community folkschool projects, and activities for children.

Free Arts Minnesota: Works with youth in challenging circumstances to support artistic and personal development through a unique combination of mentorship and arts learning.

Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery: Works to end child abuse and neglect and create strong, healthy families.

Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church Dignity CenterThe Dignity Center works with people to achieve and maintain stability. Participants engage with one advocate, make and keep appointments, set goals and report actions taken to achieve those goals. We work together on stability skills such as problem solving, decision making, organization and budgeting. Progress is measured as improved housing, increased financial situation, completed education and training, obtained employment, and supportive community.

HCMC Mother-Baby Mental Health ProgramWith a mission to support families by strengthening the emotional health and parenting capacity of mothers, this unique program includes outpatient psychiatry services, a HopeLine triage and resource line, and a day hospital for pregnant women and mothers experiencing depression, anxiety, or other emotional distress. 

Loyola Spirituality Centera community of spiritual directors grounded in the Ignatian tradition, inviting spiritual seekers to listen and respond to the everyday presence of the Sacred. We accomplish our mission by offering individual and group spiritual direction, overnight retreats (usually at retreat centers around the area), and spiritual programs and special events, like our annual Loyola Lenten retreat.

Mayo Clinic Integrative Medicine and Health: Helps people use health and wellness practices for physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being by offering a range of services, including resilience training, stress management, meditation, massage therapy, acupuncture, animal-assisted therapy, and herb and supplement consultations.

Minnesota Midwives Guild: Traditional midwives holding the knowledge to support all families.

Northwest Suburban Integration School DistrictNWSISD envisions a global community learning and growing together, by providing students, parents and staff educational opportunities that are multicultural, diverse and promote racial integration.

PALADIN Career and Technical High SchoolPaladin Career and Technical High School envisions an education system where adverse childhood experiences, childhood trauma and other hardships are mitigated by knowledgeable, caring, trauma-informed communities that build resiliency for all.

Phoenix Residence: A non-profit organization committed to developing person-centered quality living experiences for individuals with disabilities.

Progressive Individual ResourcesOur mission is to provide comprehensive culturally competent behavioral health services of support that meet the needs of the individual clients and families that we serve.

St. John's Episcopal Church - Linden Hills

Semilla Center for Healing and the Arts at St. Paul's Lutheran Church: uses art to unite one of the Twin Cities’ most diverse and challenging neighborhoods. 

Soma Ventures: Movement, Breath, Yoga for anxiety, stress, depression. 

State Advisory Council on Mental Health: The MN State Advisory Council on Mental Health is a 30 citizen group, appointed by the governor, representing consumers, family members, advocates, providers, elected officials, state department representatives and others from around the state. 

Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborativea partnership of schools, county, public health, corrections, nonprofit agencies, mental health service providers, faith communities and youth organizations.  SRFC works on behalf of children and families to improve formal and informal support systems with a focus on wellness, learning, safety, and security. 

The Family Partnership: The Family Partnership will be the leader in closing opportunity and achievement gaps for children and families living in poverty by providing high impact, multicultural services; building powerful community partnerships; and changing public policy.

Traditional Roots Healthcare: An essential community provider offering low-cost and free services for veterans, refugees, trauma survivors. 

University of Minnesota Rochester - Innovation and Health

Unspoken Voices: Uses a culturally inclusive bystander training program to provide the education needed for a greater understanding of what personal, power-based violence is and the various precursors that often preclude an act of violence.

Walker West Music Academy: Offers music lessons & concerts for people of all ages and backgrounds rooted in the African-American cultural experience.

Wellness in the Woods: A nonprofit agency promoting wellness in eight dimensions including: Physical, emotional, vocational, social, spiritual, intellectual, environmental and financial.

Youth Frontiers: Partners with schools to build communities where students thrive socially, emotionally and academically.