Minnkota Health Project provides services for people living with HIV, their partners and families living 76 counties in greater Minnesota, North and South Dakota. Programs include individual peer counseling, peer support groups in Alexandria, Bemidji, Brainerd, Duluth, Fargo/Moorhead, Grand Forks/East Grand Forks, Grand Rapids, Hibbing and Willmar, social activities, advocacy, food distribution, speakers bureau, volunteer and internship opportunities. Coming soon: Austin, Mankato, Rochester, and Worthington.
Needed information is completed by a peer counselor or client advocate either through the mail, face-to-face or your case manager/health care professional.
Must be HIV-positive. Income eligibility for food baskets and emergency assistance eligibility is 400 percent of poverty level. No income requirements for support groups. Support group is for people living HIV, family and caregivers.
Last updated 3/28/2016
Minnkota Health Project