Rating: 5 stars 3 3 reviews
Mental Health, Job Training, Human Services
1900 Chicago Ave S Minneapolis MN 55404 USA
RESOURCE empowers people to achieve greater personal, social and economic success.
Last year, RESOURCE helped 19,188 individuals who were working hard to improve their lives: • 4,713 laid-off workers and other unemployed or underemployed adults seeking employment • 9,091 parents on welfare working toward self-sufficiency • 909 "at-risk" youth struggling to survive and thrive • 862 adults with disabilities or other barriers to employment seeking jobs and training • 1,096 individuals grappling with substance-abuse problems--most with a history of relapse and many with prison records • 2,517 adults with a mental illness living and participating actively in the community. The 23,899 children of those served also benefited indirectly from their parents’ success in discovering their potential and achieving their dreams.
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Geographic areas served:
Twin Cities Metropolitcal Area and St. Cloud, Minnesota
Our four operating divisions are: Employment Action Center (employment services), Minnesota Resource Center (training and employment services for people with disabilities or other barriers), Recovery Resource Center (chemical health services), and Spectrum Community Mental Health (mental health services).
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Resource, Inc is a breath of fresh air in my life. Every event that I've attended has lifted my spirits and left me with a renewed admiration for the work they do. Resource lifts people whose lives have dragged them down. It gives them an opportunity to become contributors, partners in the common good. I don't know of a more devoted, efficient, forward-looking organization.
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