Basic Needs: Medical
Medical Support in the Twin Cities:
Minnesota Cares »
A health insurance program for Minnesotans with lower incomes who cannot get affordable insurance through their job or somewhere else. It is not a free program. People who get MinnesotaCare pay a reduced-cost premium every month. The amount you pay depends on the number of people in your family, the number of people who are getting health insurance (coverage), and your income.
St. Mary's Clinics »
For people without private health insurance who are not eligible for government subsidy programs such as Medicare, Medical Assistance, and MinnesotaCare, who live in the seven county metro area or its bordering counties, and whose income levels fall within their guidelines are eligible for care in their clinics. People who are temporarily unemployed or who are working in low-paying jobs, who do not receive any health care benefits or cannot afford the employee portion of the premium are examples of those served, also served are those in transition between jobs, and those awaiting eligibility for government subsidy programs. For questions about eligibility and/or appointments call 651-690-7029.
8:30 a.m. — 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday
8:30 a.m. — 12 noon Friday
Spanish-speaking schedulers available.
Catholic Charities »
Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis provides food, shelter, housing and other services for those most in need.
St. Kate's Health and Wellness Clinic »
A resource for any currently registered student attending St. Kate's. The Center offers acute care, as well as annual exams, sports exams, study abroad exams, and evaluations for mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and eating disorders.