Northside Community Support Program

The Northside Community Support Program (NCSP) helps adults overcome the challenges of mental illness, trauma, COVID, and more. As a free, membership-based program, NCSP’s goal is to make sure people have access to community-based services, therapy, or sometimes just a friendly ear. NSCP staff works closely with many local community partners to ensure people can connect to emergency food, employment supports, legal assistance, and more. NCSP members develop long-term relationships with staff and other members, and through this support, they renew their sense of dignity and hope. 

Referrals and the program’s drop-in hours are Monday-Thursday, 10 am – 3 pm.

Capacity is limited due to COVID-19 restrictions.

NCSP Happenings

Thursday, September 15, from 10 am – 3 pm, MOBILE MENTAL HEALTH DAY. A free event showcasing several organizations in the community. We hope you can join us at 1309 Girard Avenue North in Minneapolis. For more information, please call 612-521-2116. 

NSCP welcomes any adult resident (18+) of Hennepin County who is living with a mental illness, trauma, and other challenges.  Many members also experience substance abuse or have other co-existing disorders.

NCSP frequently assists with immediate needs for at-risk individuals.

The Northside Community Support services include:

  • Assistance with paperwork related to your benefits (SSI, food support, employment applications)
  • Supportive counseling
  • Peer support
  • Recreational activities
  • Psychosocial educational and support groups
  • Community outreach
  • Community education
  • Family education
  • Resources for housing programs
  • Referrals to other community supports to help people manage their illness and recovery

Northside Community Support Program

1309 Girard Avenue North

Minneapolis, MN 55411