More Minnesota parenting help is only a phone call or click away!
Call the FREE Parent Warmline 612.813.6336 (Twin Cities) or 1.866.916.4316 (Greater Minnesota) anytime, even on weekends.Parent Warmline is a FREE telephone service sponsored by Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. The Warmline provides you with person-to-person support, practical advice and resources about parent- child relationships and the behavior and development of children from infants to teens.
Leave your name, day and night phone numbers, your questions and a good time to reach you. A trusted parent educator will return your call to listen, support you, give information and suggest resources. You will receive individualized and confidential attention. Translators are available.
Minnesota Department of Health Call 651.201.3650, weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Call this FREE line if your child has problems or difficulties with development or if you are concerned about your child's growth, learning or development.
United Way telephone referral service Call 2-1-1 available 24/7 (Cell phone users can call 651.291.0211)
Minnesota 2-1-1 is a FREE service that connects you with community services in Minnesota including childcare, counseling, food, health, housing, legal help, mental health, transportation and youth services.
Telephone lines for English, Spanish, Hmong and Russian speaking parents are available Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. For English, Spanish or Hmong call 211 or 651.291.0211 (cell). Russian speaking parents call 651.698.9167.
Find information, in both English and Spanish, on programs and services in your community to help with health care, child care, job training, education, recreation, retirement, disability and social services for yourself or other family members on the MinnesotaHelp.info Website.