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Helpful Links

Are you behind on rent or utility payments? 

-Minnesota has a streamlined application for benefits such as cash, food, emergency housing, and child care assistance.  

If you are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or don’t have a place you can stay for very long, contact your local Coordinated Entry “front door for additional resources. 

Your local county or tribal social service agency can help you connect with other benefits or services, as well as emergency aid

-Apply for Energy Assistance. The Energy Assistance Program (EAP) helps pay for home heating and water costs. Call 800-657-3710 or find your local EAP provider and application here.

Legal kiosks are computers located across the state of Minnesota that provide access to legal aid services to individuals without access to wifi or technology. These Legal Kiosks are stationed in a variety of community locations offering the public the ability to apply for civil legal aid services, access legal resources, and, in some cases, attend online meetings and remote court hearings in privacy. Anyone can use this kiosk! You can use it to find out if you have any legal needs, access information and services, or contact a legal aid provider. We can help you fill out forms, apply for services, or point you in the right direction. Find more information at

Remote Hearing Information – The Minnesota Judicial Branch is conducting some court hearings remotely using Zoom, WebEx, and/or VMR. This site includes information for attorneys, parties, and others who are required to appear at remote hearings as well as access for the public.

Remote Hearing Best Practices for Self Represented Litigants

Minnesota Tenant Eviction Complaint Form – Minnesota Attorney General