Providing families with resources to address barriers & enhance well-being.
The Support Hub serves as a place for families and community members to access information they may need for essential services. This support provides important information regarding crisis services, basic needs, mental health and well-being, physical health, social emotional learning and more.
- Important District Resources
- Community Resources
- COVID-19 Information
- Mental Health & Well-Being
- Physical Health
- Race, Justice and Trauma
- Social Emotional Learning
- Structure & Routine
Starting the week of June 8, the district's Summer Food Service Program begins with all meal pick-up locations providing meals once-a-week through pick-up only, on Wednesdays. Each meal bag will contain at least 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches. There is no need to sign up. Pick-Up locations are listed below.
School Site Pick-Up takes places Wednesdays from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at:
- Oneka Elementary
- Otter Lake Elementary
- Willow Lane Elementary
Neighborhood Meal Pick-Up takes places Wednesdays from 8:45-9:45 a.m. at:
- Hugo: 15057 Forest Blvd N
- Maplewood: 1053 County Rd D E
- Vadnais Heights: 200 Mayfair Rd
- White Bear Lake:
- 3521 Century Ave N
- 3149 McKnight Rd N
- 1634 9th St
- 1805 Cedar Ave
Additional Food Resources
If have experienced an economic hardship due to COVID-19, you can contact your mortgage company and inquire about any options or relief they may offer due to hardship.
Call the following numbers with questions regarding community mitigation, including schools, child care and businesses:
- Phone: 651-201-3920 or 1-800-657-3903
- Hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Use the following numbers to learn more about health-related questions:
- Phone: 651-297-1304 or 1-800-657-3504
- Hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Crisis Text Line
Text MN to 741741 for the Minnesota suicide and mental health crisis text line. These services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Read Alouds/Children's Books
- Agencies specializing in African American therapeutic services
- Your Kids Aren't Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup (Numerous Resources for parents)
- Discussing Traumatic Events with Youth - MACMH
- Discussing Difficult Situations with your Children
- Community Violence Reactions and Actions
- Restoring a Sense of Well-Being in Children after Disaster
- Coping with Grief after Community Violence
- All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold
- A Kids Book About Racism by Jelani Memory
- Most People by Michael Leannah
- The Breaking News by Sarah Lynne Reul
- Come With Me by Holly McGhee and Pascal Lemaitre
- Let's Talk Race by Julius Lester
- Something Happened in Our Town by Marianne Celano, Marietta Collins, and Ann Hazzard
Creating structures and routines are especially important when people are experiencing stressful challenges, unpredictability and uncertainty. Many people learn best from repetition and predictability. Establishing routines can also decrease frustration and stress. When we create structure, people will understand what is expected.