Pregnant and parenting teens enrolled in any Minneapolis Public School may need some additional help in the areas of MFIP, Medical Assistance and Child Care Assistance. TAPPP works to provide access to support services. Currently there are TAPP Program Social Workers at Broadway High School at Longellow, South High School and Roosevelt/Wellstone High School to assist students and to help locate and access resources they may need.
Located at the Longfellow Community site, teens can access the following staff and services:
For teens 17 and younger:
Hennepin County Adolescent Parents:
Barry Nienstadt 612-722-0879
Robin Wild 612-722-0914
For assitance in applying for Economic Assistance:
Celeste Carlson 612-722-0953
David Beman 612-722-0953
For assitance in applying Child Care Assistance:
Dwana Harper 612-722-0952
For teens 18/19 years old:
Amelise Hillukka 612 – 668– 4731
Michelle Januwiec 612–668 -4732
Jessica Layeux 612 – 668 – 4730
*assisting in applying and maintaining cash, food, medical and child care assistance programs.
For teens enrolled (or enrolling) in a Minneapolis Public School:
Child Care Assistance
Andrea Aga 612-668-4703
* assistance in enrolling and maintaining the child care assitance program.
Longfellow Community Site is located at: 3017 East 31st Street, Minneapolis, MN 55406