Hastings Resources

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HASTINGS FAMILY SERVICES
Hastings Family Service is a community supported, non-profit agency providing emergency and supportive services to those who are hungry, homeless or unable to provide for their basic needs of food, clothing, shelter, friendship or transportation. 


ISD 200 NUTRITION SERVICES
Effective Monday September 14, 2020 free meals will now be available to all children enrolled in the Hastings ISD 200 school district. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced it will waive all fees for school meals through December 31, 2020, or earlier if funding runs out. Visit the Hastings Public Schools Food Services page for more information on ordering and pick up/delivery options. 


HASTINGS UNITED WAY FOOD FOR KIDS PROGRAM
There are Hastings children who don’t have enough to eat. Weekends without school meals are especially tough.  Foo4Kidprovides bags filled with kid-friendly food for the weekend. Click here for more information on this Hastings United Way program.



MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE LIST

If your child is in need of mental health services, FIRST CHECK WITH YOUR HEALTH
PLAN FOR APPROVED PROVIDERS. This list is not a comprehensive list of all
available resources in the Twin Cities.

Allina Mental Health and Addiction Connection 
866-603-0016
*This number is the fastest way to get an initial appointment with an Allina mental health professional; calling a specific clinic limits available options

Tom Lutz and Associates, Hastings
Individual and Family Therapy
651-500-0905

Psychology Express, Hastings
Individual Therapy and Assessments 
Dr. Amelia Versland – Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Siddiqui – Clinical Psychologist
651-505-3273

TLC of Hastings (pregnancy and STD testing) 651-437-4200

360 Communities (abusive relationships and sexual violence) 651-452-7288