Minnesota Health Resources: Covid-19 Response

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Minnesota Department of Health Hotline Phone numbers
Public Hotline: 651-201-3920, 800-657-3903
Provider Hotline: 651-201-3414

MNsure Enrollment Available Now – Enrollment for MNsure Expanded
MNsure contact number: 651-539-2099, 855-366-7873
MNsure Contact Center is available to help from 8 AM to 4 PM Monday through Friday.

On Friday, March 20th, Governor Walz announced a Special Enrollment Period for MNsure for qualified individuals who are currently without insurance. Individuals seeking coverage can visit this site starting March 23 to complete an application and enroll in coverage. You must select a plan by April 21 for coverage beginning April 1. Please note that individuals who enroll after April 1 but before 11:59 PM on April 21 will have a retroactive coverage start date of April 1.

MNsure has a network of expert assisters who can help Minnesotans apply and enroll, free of charge. MNsure’s online help tools can be used to access frequently requested services.

Emergency Bill Minnesota COVID-19 HF 3980, SF 4334 for 200 million dollars to clinic and hospital systems guarantees any Minnesota resident testing and care, including intensive care, if the clinic and hospital system accept the state grant money. The health care systems were given the date of April 1, 2020, to apply for this grant. As quoted by Senator John Marty, “With the coronavirus crisis, we finally have our first single-payer healthcare in Minnesota – but it’s only for COVID-19.  It’s time we pass single-payer for all healthcare needs, not just this one condition!”

A listing of the health care systems who accepted the grants for COVID-19 and will provide care to anyone with this diagnosis will be available soon. We will publish this information as soon as we have the information.

Any Minnesota resident can receive care at one of the Federal Qualified Health Care Clinics. The listing for these clinics in the state of Minnesota are linked and listed below.

Covered Covid-19 Treatment Available at Federal Qualified Health Care Clinics
Updated on 04/03/2020

Clinic NameAddressCityphone number
Scenic Rivers Health Services20 South Fifth StreetCook218-666-5941
Lake Superior Community Health Center4325 Grand AveDuluth218-722-1497
Sawtooth Mountain Clinic513 Fifth Ave WestGrand Marais218-387-2330
Open Door Health Center309 Holly LaneMankato507-388-2120
Axis Medical Center1801 Nicollet AveMinneapolis612-823-2947
Cedar Riverside People’s Center425 20th Ave SouthMinneapolis612-728-8871
Community-University Health Care Center2001 Bloomington Ave SMinneapolis612-301-3433
Hennepin County Health Care for the Homeless525 Portland Ave S/MC963Minneapolis612-348-3791
Indian Health Board1315 East 24th StreetMinneapolis612-721-9800
Native American Community Clinic1213 East Franklin AveMinneapolis612-872-8086
Neighborhood HealthSource3300 Fremont Ave NorthMinneapolis612-588-9411
North Point Health & Wellness Center1313 Penn Ave NorthMinneapolis612-543-2500
Southside Community Health Services4243 Fourth Ave SouthMinneapolis612-822-9030
Community Health Service810 Fourth Ave SouthMoorhead218-236-6502
Family HealthCare Center715 11th St N #106bMoorhead701-271-3344
Open Cities Health Center409 DunlapSt Paul651-290-9200
United Family Medicine1026 W 7th StSt Paul651-241-1000
Westside Community Health Services153 Concord StreetSt Paul651-602-7575
Access Family Medical Clinic1216 Ryans RoadWorthington507-372-2921