AT THE LIVING ROOM
Health Commons at the Living Room is a collaborative partnership between University of Minnesota-Medical Center, Fairview, Redeemer Center for Life, and Cora McCorvey Health & Wellness Center.
We offer a drop-in health and wellness center located in the Harrison neighborhood. Our services are free of charge and open to everyone!
Our mission is to provide services based on respect, relationship building, hospitality, and collaboration. In doing so, we hope to connect health and hope for all participants to live healthier lives. The center is open two days a week, three to four hours a day, providing: nurse health consultations, health education, nutrition and physical activity classes such as Zumba and yoga, massage, healing circles, and other resources and referrals.
Questions? Contact our Community Liasion
Bertha McKinney: 763-843-9988
Tuesdays, 3-6 p.m.
Fridays, 9am-12pm at Cora McCorvey 1st & 3rd Fridays
Please call 612-344-2221 for appointment
Mondays, 6-7 p.m. (at the Living Room)
Tuesdays, 6-7 p.m. (at River of Life Lutheran Church)
Thursdays, 6-7 p.m. (in the church fellowship hall)
Fridays, 6-7 p.m.
Have a free consultation with a nurse or community health-worker on Tuesdays, 3-6 p.m.
Get a blood pressure screening, hand massage or foot massage Tuesdays, 3-6 p.m.
at the Living Room
at Cora McCorvey - hand and body massage only (1st & 3rd Fridays)
The Living Room – 1716 Glenwood Ave. N.
River of Life Lutheran Church - 2200 Fremont Ave N.
"FOR ME, EVERYTHING I'VE DONE HERE HAS BEEN GOOD LEARNING, GOOD INFORMATION, GOOD FOR THE SOUL, GOOD FOR THE BODY."
— Jewelean Jackson, Health Commons Community Member & Guest Facilitator
"I REALLY LOVE MY JOB. I LOVE IT MORE EACH DAY. I DO A LOT OF NETWORKING. I MEET A LOT OF GREAT PEOPLE."
— Bertha McKinney, Community Liaison
Redeemer Garden opens opportunities for change, growth, and development. Grounded in our vision to be “A Beacon of Hope,” the Community Garden is an inclusive, hospitable space for all people interested in holistic living. We aim to increase access to fresh foods, improve food security, encourage physical activity, and improve diety habits through hands-on education. The Garden provides our neighbors plots to garden, use of our community Bread Oven, space for hosting gatherings, and pathways for quiet walks through the garden. Growing Fresh! To get involved with our community garden, contact Beatrice Kanake.
HEALTH EQUITY &
The Health Equity Engagement Cohort (HEEC) consists of 12 community-based organizations that most recently participated in Phase I and II of the Station Area Planning process conducted by Hennepin County.
HEEC engaged nearly 1,000 people and gathered input from nearly 500, over 80 percent of whom were people of color.
HEEC Members meet on a monthly basis to coordinate individualized engagement efforts with partner organizations and Hennepin County staff.