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  • Hennepin County 2017 Community Needs Assessment Forums

    May 24, 2017

    CAP-HC partnered with Wilder Research Foundation to complete a Hennepin County Community Needs Assessment. Please join us as Wilder shares these findings and highlights the needs of the community in greater depth.

    These forums are open to all and we would love your input. Please extend the invitation to those in your network as well. Please RSVP to the forum you plan on attending—so that we can plan accordingly.

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  • Community Action Partnership Expands to Serve Minneapolis

    May 1, 2017

     A newly evolved Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County (CAP-HC) emerged after the former Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin County (CAPSH) received Governor Dayton’s official recognition as the Community Action Agency serving the City of Minneapolis. CAP-HC now offers all of its services and programs to all income-eligible Hennepin County residents.

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  • Road Closures

    Monday January 23 through October- Both sides of HWY 169 between Bren Rd and 7th St. (5th St. Lincoln Drive) will be closed as the Nine Mile Creek Bridge is replaced.

    - Northbound Detour: 62 East to Hwy 100 North to 394 West to Hwy 169
    - Southbound Detour: 394 West to 494 South to Hwy 169
     
    Ramp Closure: Enterance ramp from 394 West to Hwy 169 South will be closed Mon. Jan 23 through October 
     
     

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  • Robbindale veteran receives unexpected gift… a new home

    December 15, 2016

    CAPSH is proud to be a partner in the fight to end Veteran homelessness. We are honored to have worked with Joann to find her safe, affordable housing and connect her to the resources she needed.

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  • CAPSH Recruiting Board of Directors Members

    November 14, 2016

    CAPSH is currently recruiting members to represent the City of Minneapolis on its Board of Directors. We are seeking candidates with enthusiasm and creativity as we work to mitigate and eliminate the causes and effects of poverty within Hennepin County.

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  • CAPSH Announces Minneapolis Sub-Grant Recipients

    Octboer 10, 2016

    CAPSH is excited to announce the Minneapolis organizations that were selected to receive our one-time grant to provide much needed services to residents of the City of Minneapolis.

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  • Volunteers Needed

    October 4, 2016

    Volunteer with CAPSH's Tax Assistance Program and make a difference! NO tax experience is necessary. All training and materials will be provided by CAPSH. Commitment level and scheduling is very flexible. Want a way to get involved in the community? This valuable service is a great place to start.

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  • Call for Contractors

    September 22, 2016

    CAPSH is the Energy Assistance Program Provider for Hennepin County. We are soliciting interested mechanical contractors to work with CAPSH's Energy Related Repairs Program Coordinator through the Energy Assistance Seasons (October 1, 2016 through May 31, 2017). 

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  • Energy Assistance Applications

    September 20, 2016 

    The 2016-2017 Energy Assistance Program Applications are now available.

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  • Free Minnesota Zoo Tickets

    The Minnesota Zoo provides free admission for guests and their dependents who are enrolled in one or more of the following programs: TANF, MFIP, SNAP, MFAP, General Assistance, or WIC. 

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  • Turn $1 into $4 with FAIM

    September 24, 2015

    Would you like to work towards starting a business, getting a college education or purchasing a home?  It’s easier than you think! Learn how the Family Assests for Independence in Minnesota (FAIM) Program can help you triple each dollar you save. 

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  • Voter Registration Information

    September 21, 2015

    Are you registered to vote? Visit CAPSH's Voter Education & Registration webpage to register and learn more about the voting process in Minnesota. 

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  • Minnesota is one of the least affordable Midwest states for renters

    May 19, 2015

    Startribune reports that Minnesota is one of the most difficult places in the Midwest to afford rental housing,

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  • DACA Update

    Due to a federal court order, USCIS will not begin accepting requests for the expansion of DACA on February 18 as originally planned.

    This does not affect existing DACA. CAPSH is continuing to provide application assistance for DACA clients or renewal of DACA  under the guidelines established in 2012.

    Debido a la orden de la corte federal, USCIS (Servicio de Inmigración) no está recibiendo peticiones bajo la expansión de DACA como estaba planeado para  el 18 de febrero.

    Esto no afecta las aplicaciones actuales de DACA.  CAPSH continua proveyendo asistencia a clientes que son elegible para DACA o a los que necesitan renovar su acción diferida bajo los requerimientos establecidos en el 2012.

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  • Foreclosure Prevention Counselors Saving Homeowners Millions

    Foreclosure prevention counselors have saved homeowners millions of dollars annually, according to a recent study by the Urban Institute for NeighborWorks America.

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  • IRS Warns of Pervasive Phone Scam

    The Internal Revenue Service today warned consumers about a sophisticated phone scam targeting taxpayers, including recent immigrants, throughout the country.

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  • 2014 Legal Aid Fact Sheets are now available

    Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid and Legal Services State Support offer easy-to-understand fact sheets that give an overview for legal problems in the areas of housing, government benefits, youth, seniors, consumer, family, immigration, employment and taxes. 

    Visit LawHelpMN.org to view, print or order fact sheets. 

    Click Here for fact sheets in Spanish.