Metro Housing Authority1001 Washington Avenue North
Our Savior's Housing2219 Chicago Ave
Call: (612) 872-4193
English Learning Center2315 Chicago Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55404
Call: (612) 874-9963
St. Stephen's Human Services2309 Nicollet Avenue South
Catholic Charities1624 Chicago Ave
Marie Sandvik Center1112 E. Franklin Ave
For more information, please see: Marie Sandvik Center Website
Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Program900 N 4th St
Phone: (612) 332-5855
Cornerstone2431 Hennepin Avenue
Call (612) 347-9077 for an appointment. HOURS: Mon-Thurs: 8:30am - 8:30pm
24-Hour Rape and Sexual Abuse Hotline: (612) 825-4357
Psychiatric ServicesHennepin County Medical Center701 Park Avenue
Crisis Intervention: Phone: (612) 873-3161
Suicide Hotline Phone: (612) 873-2222
Alliance for the Streets2309 Nicollet Avenue South
St. Stephen's Human Services Ending Homelessness
Main Office: Phone: 612-874-0311
or call: 211
YMCASouth 9th Street
5:30 AM to 10:00 PM M-F
7:00 AM - 8:00 PM Sat - Sun
Please see: www.ymcamn.org
Parkside Alternative Medicine Clinic825 South 8th StreetParkside Professional Center, Suite 1106
7:30 AM to 5:00 PM M-F
Ms Lavie's School Of Loving Arts
Please see: www.mslaviesschool.com
Phone: (612) 823-1750
Tao Natural Foods2200 Hennepin Ave
Phone: (612) 377-4630
Wedge Community Co-op2105 Lyndale Avenue South
Present Moment Herbs & Books3546 Grand Avenue, S
HOURS: M-Sat 9:30am-8:30pm, Sun 12-5:30pm
Sisters' CamelotPO Box 7058Minneapolis, MN 55407
Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center2001 Plymouth Ave N
Local Advocacy for Mental Health Clients
Call: (612) 824-8061
or visit us on-line at: Vail Place1412 West 36th Street
Senior Activities and Conversations
Minneapolis Central, The Commons300 Nicollet Mall Minneapolis, MN 55407
Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 - 12:00 pm
For additional information, please call: (612) 543-8080
Google Cloud has another set of qualifiers to ensure your Web Delivery and to boost your popularity all over the world.
The Local Library has a much more comprehensive collection of academic works on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - most of our information is still in the Library). While the Internet serves them, we still have to use our Library Memberships to access the materials there, and they are not online at-large!
Micro Center has a wide variety of Hardware for the creative builder, and novice alike. Don't hesitate to visit the store to try out the nobs and dials, and size up your selection before you buy. See your purchase before you buy to avoid the heartache of opening a product you don't like, or can't use.
Milling Equipment to break products like Saw Palmetto down, which denature with standard milling equipment, and to mix powders and other solids into fresh and powerful colloids, or suspensions that are easier to use, and more beneficial.
Nolo Legal forms provides easy access to legal materials you can trust to act as your own attorney.
Roberts Rules of Order (Motions Chart) Perhaps because the accessibility of the Internet is based upon a utilitarian approach to co-habitation, or shared space, Rules of Motion make sense and are covered elegantly in the 11th Edition of Robert's Rules of Order.
The W3C Schools I've suffered for many years with hacks and unreliable builds, and found that the W3C builds are the most reliable under fire. You can even use a W3C style sheet as a backbone for your own more 'stylish' site to make sure you'll survive the rigors of the World Wide Web!
The W3C Validators for HTML and CSS compliance. If you're not compliant, you'll have no legs to stand on when you are hacked. Be sure to mind your manors with a respectful build. These pages are the most essential to our work, and I use them before I load everytime.
Wikipedia provides a world wide encyclopedia of media and knowledge we can quote, and contribute to - and even correct if we have authoritative information to rely upon. I found new concepts like Keyword analysis, and other technical information was best served by this collection. Some older concepts such as Mill's Canon of Induction is so elaborately covered, I couldn't find a point I've made for many years and therefor thought better of using it for that purpose.
And finally, a word of warning.
Some subjects, like secret security measures, aren't published at all. When working with agencies, or law enforcement, and even counselors, or others aware of our efforts to defend ourselves, hacks and unauthorized edits to our materials misrepresent us, and may even sabotage our efforts to tell the truth. Try to see through the adversity. What are they trying to say? Do they have a legitimate complaint? Is what we are saying dangerous to others, or our safety as a community? And if they really are changing our material, isn't it our fault? When my server was breached, I learned firewall technology, and when I was physically attacked, I published conflict resolution tools and learned personal security measures, but if I'm not causing the problem, what more I can do about the others that do?
To research these subjects might be useful, but for it to be of any value to you, you'll need to learn to develop it for yourself. You won't find it for free, its very hard to hire, and its probably not being taught at all. If it is, the information is likely to be exploited by hacks as soon as its widely known. So I publish these materials to ensure that:
- you will survive occasional attacks
- live long enough to adapt,
- and recover without endless ruination.