brian coyle

Founded to serve the “Ellis Island of the Midwest,” Brian Coyle Center is among the city’s busiest social service centers with a continuum of programs designed around the neighborhood’s rapidly changing immigrant communities.

A full list of resources and services is provided below. Some of these services include:

Free COVID-19 testing is available at this site every Friday from 1-4 p.m.

Many community organizations call the Brian Coyle Center home including:

  • American Nursing & Tech Institute
  • Capital Café LLC
  • Cedar Riverside Community Council
  • HAVOYOCO USA
  • Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid
  • CANA Inc.
  • Hennepin County Office of Multicultural Services 

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Please note: Our centers are closed until further notice as we respond to the multiple crises impacting our communities.

Food assistance is available through our food shelves and community cafés. Click here for a full list of programs and services operating at this time, including free COVID-19 testing at Brian Coyle Center. Haga clic aquí para español.

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