Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department

Teen Parent Assistance

Helps prepare young parents with classes or other educational programs and support


Parenting education program that works with parenting and pregnant youth to help them succeed.

Education for teen parents can include classes, workshops or alternative learning settings.

Additional Information

The Resources for Youth program helps young people connect with available services.

Services can help you to:

  • Apply for assistance - with applications for health insurance, food assistance, and other state programs
  • Get health care - helps you apply for medical assistance, and find health clinics with services aimed at youth
  • Earn your diploma or degree - will help you get back into school, earn your General Educational Development (GED), and explore options for college
  • Teen parents education and support - find out about county assistance programs, food vouchers, parenting, and child care assistance
  • Legal help - connects you with legal advice and advocacy services
  • Transitioning out of foster care - can help you plan for living independently, set goals, and find support
  • Drop-in centers


  • Area Served by County
    • Hennepin County
  • Payment
    • Free / no cost to eligible clients
  • Specialization
    • Family


Varies by program based on income and asset limits

Application Instructions

To apply for assistance, call (612) 596-1300 or toll free (844) 803-8466 to apply for assistance.

Pregnant Teens and Teen Parents: Call Hennepin Health Families at (612) 596-7537 or email hchealthyfamilies@hennepin.us or Public Health Nursing at (612) 617-4600.


41 N 12th St, Minneapolis, MN, 55403

Area Served

City of Minneapolis

Phone Numbers

  • Primary Contact for this program: 612-252-1200


Other Locations

Other Services at this Location

  • Clinic Medical office that provides non-emergency care

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