Family Resource Services – Provides basic needs services to stabilize families including: food, clothing, income tax assistance, limited cash assistance, back-to-school supplies, seasonal garden plots, and furniture. A staff Navigator works with program participants to set goal plans related to economic stability and self-sufficiency. A partnership with Hennepin County assists participants with on-site social work and eligibility applications for public benefits.

Horizons Youth Program – An after-school and summer academic enrichment and youth development program for children ages five to 14 years old. Program activities include reading, writing, math, computer skills, arts and crafts, social/emotional development, enrichment activities, and STEM curriculum.

James G. Cook First Access Health Resource Center – The health resource center is set up to assemble venues and create connections for people to access healthy behaviors and medical services on their own schedules. Service include: free pediatric medical clinic, pediatric dental clinic, mental health services/referrals, fitness program, health education, and health fairs and screenings.

Senior Center – This program helps senior adults maintain independence by providing transportation, weekly blood pressure and glucose clinics, podiatrist clinic, AARP chapter, U-­Meet-Us social club, weekly ceramic classes, monthly education programs, weekly exercise classes, special legal services and case management.

Eliminating Health Disparities Initiative (EHDI) – The initiative works in collaboration with community partners to reduce health disparities in the African American and Latino communities served by Sabathani Community Center in the areas of diabetes, teen pregnancy, unintentional injury and violence.