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Homeless Shelters & Services In Minneapolis, MN

4 listings found in Minneapolis, MN. Including 6 more within 30 miles.

Families Moving Forward



Contact
1808 Emerson N Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55411
(612) 529-2185


Description
Works with churches throughout the area to provide: - - - Temporary shelter for stays of 60 days, includes three meals a day, option for extensions - - - Provides emergency shelter information and advocacy for families in the shelter only - - - Services include case management, laundry facilities, clothing assistance and other basic needs

Eligibility
- Families with children including coupled or single parents and in need of emergency shelter for 60 days. Family definition includes non-married couples with children, same gender couples with children and multi-generational families. - There are no residency requirements or fees. However, priority is given to Hennepin County residents.

Area Served
Hennepin County

Not Yet Validated

SID
9858

St Stephen's Shelter



Contact
2211 Clinton Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404
(612) 874-9292


Description
Emergency shelter for sober men to find the safety and stability needed to break the cycle of homelessness. Shelter serves 45 guests and operates year-round. This capacity allows the shelter to give personalized attention to individual needs. - - Guests of the shelter have access to a facility, including employment and savings programs, staff advocacy to help guests find housing, and mailboxes, laundry and showers.

Eligibility
Sober adult males experiencing homelessness.

Area Served
Hennepin County

Not Yet Validated

SID
9814

Our Saviours Housing Elca



Contact
2219 Chicago Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404
(612) 872-4193


Description
Emergency shelter for 34 single men and six women. Shelter does not accept children or pets. 28-day beds may be extended up to three months if individual works with a case manager on goals, saves 40% of their income and follows the rules.

Eligibility
Sober men and women in need of shelter. NOTE: No children in shelter. No geographic eligibility restrictions apply.

Area Served
Hennepin County

Not Yet Validated

SID
9809

Avenues



Contact
1708 Oak Park N Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55411
(612) 522-1690


Description
To provide community-based emergency shelter and short-term temporary housing and support services for homeless youth in a safe and nurturing environment. In addition to providing emergency housing, Avenues for Homeless Youth address 5 primary goals for each youth: Obtain permanent housing, obtain employment, continue education, develop/maintain psychological well-being, and develop/maintain physical well-being.

Housing and Nutrition - Avenues for Homeless Youth provides a warm, nurturing home environment for young people who have no home and no consistent adult guidance and support. Case Management -Case Managers help youth obtain identification, medical insurance, long term housing, and address health, education, employment and psychological needs. Resource Connections/Referrals -Resources and community connections for individual needs such as pregnant youth, educational options, employment counseling and support groups. Wellness Checks - Mental health assessments and support as well as access to wellness checks. Recreational Activities - Internal recreation programs as well as opportunities for youth to become involved as volunteers in the community

Area Served
Hennepin County

Not Yet Validated

SID
6490

Family Place



Contact
244 10th E St
Saint Paul, MN 55101
(651) 225-9354


Description
Emergency family shelters for Ramsey County hosted by 2 - 3 different area churches, synagogues or schools every month and staffed by congregational volunteers. Families participating in Project Home receive day services through The Family Place. Daily transportation is provided between the overnight shelter and the day center.

Hours
Program Hours:5:30 pm - 7 am daily at various church, synagogue and school locations

Eligibility
Families in need of emergency shelter.

Area Served
Ramsey County

Not Yet Validated

SID
9833

Dakota Woodlands



Contact
3430 Wescott Woodlands
Saint Paul, MN 55123
(651) 456-9110


Description
Empowering homeless women to create stable futures for their families.

* Sheltering 21 families at a time until they secure permanent housing * Assisting each family with individualized plans, with supportive services, for long-term success. * Assisting school aged children in achieving school success * Networking with other providers to meet family needs, without duplicating efforts * Providing educational services to address the issues related to homelessness * Following up to assure continued success

Area Served
Dakota County

Not Yet Validated

SID
6509

St. Andrew's Community Resource Center



Contact
900 Stillwater Rd
Saint Paul, MN 55115
(651) 762-9124


Description
Emergency shelter clearinghouse intake and case management provided for: - - - Day center - - - Housing related coordinated entry for transitional and permanent housing waiting lists - - - Overnight shelters in Hugo and Oakdale - - - Children are bused to their schools in the morning, while their parents return to the Community Resource Center or go to their jobs. Parents return to shelter by 3 pm to receive kids arriving off bus from school. - - - Average stay is 14 days with support for re-housing - - - Daily contact with case manager required - - - Public use of computers is allowed for housing and job search assistance

Eligibility
Families who are residents of Washington County

Area Served
Washington County

Not Yet Validated

SID
9812

Stepping Stone Emergency Housing



Contact
3300 4th Ave
Anoka, MN 55303
(763) 323-7006


Description
Emergency shelter and housing for single individuals in Anoka County: - - - Emergency shelter for 60 men and women up to seven nights. Longer stay determined on case by case basis. - - - Emergency housing for up to 90 days. Individuals can get into housing if they stay in the shelter and are willing to work on the issues that led them to be without housing. Pathways to Success is a 90 day five step program that focuses on helping individuals obtain permanent housing. - - - Cannot take pets except in the case of service dogs (does not take emotionally supportive pets). The individual will need a doctor's statement that it is medically/mentally necessary for the person to have the dog. Service dogs are allowed only if no other current residents or staff have pet allergies. Will refer others to the Anoka County Humane Society for possible placement.

Hours
Program Hours:24 hours/7 days a week

Eligibility
- Homeless single men and women ages 18 and older mentally and physically able to take care of themselves who are not intoxicated, disruptive or sex offenders - Residents of Anoka County

Area Served
Anoka County

Not Yet Validated

SID
9805

Family Promise



Contact
14515 Nowthen NW Blvd
Anoka, MN 55303
(763) 568-7365


Description
Shelter - Provides 30-90 day stay shelter for four families (up to 14 individuals in the families total) at a time. Families stay an average of 54 days. Each congregation hosts families two - four times a year, for a week at at time. Overnight services are provided in a network of Anoka County area congregations. Everything that each family needs is provided by the volunteers from the congregation: three meals each day, beds and fellowship. In most of the congregations, each family has a private sleeping room. - - Day Center - During the day families make the Day Center their home base, going to and from school or jobs; looking for employment and housing; and caring for preschoolers. The Day Center has facilities for bathing; doing laundry; cooking and eating; playing; reading; watching TV; and doing homework. Staff are available to provide case management services to assist families in regaining their independence. Children not old enough for school have a designated area. - - Donations - Family Promise accepts donations of cleaning supplies (high efficiency fragrance free laundry detergent, 13 gallon or smaller garbage bags, saran wrap and food storage bags), clothing, family-friendly DVDs, furniture, kitchenware and personal hygiene products (body wash, conditioner, deodorant, hair brushes, lotion, mouthwash and shampoo).

Hours
Program Hours:- Day Center: 7 am - 5 pm/7 days a week - Host Congregations: 5 pm - 7 am/7 days a week

Eligibility
Families who are residents of Anoka County

Area Served
Anoka County

Not Yet Validated

SID
9832

CAER Food Shelf



Contact
12621 Elk Lake NW Rd
Elk River, MN 55330
(763) 441-1020


Description
Provides limited financial assistance after all other resources have been exhausted - CAER provides limited financial assistance for eligible residents: shelter utilities miscellaneous emergency needsIneligible persons will be referred to the appropriate food shelf or agency in their area

Hours
Program Hours:Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10 am - 3 pm Monday and Thursday 6 pm - 8 pm

Eligibility
For eligible residents of Elk River, Otsego, Zimmerman, Big Lake and Becker to use once every 18 months

Area Served
Sherburne County

Not Yet Validated

SID
9801