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180 Degrees

180 Degrees provides programs and support services along a continuum of care from prevention to intervention, transition, connection, and integration.

We achieve our mission through a comprehensive set of services & supports along the continuum of care:

  • Mental Health Therapeutic Services
  • Chemical Health Services
  • Case Management
  • Family Services
  • Transitions Support
  • Youth Intervention & Enrichment
  • Temporary Shelter & Residential Programs
  • Vocational Support and Opportunities
  • Mentoring, Tutoring, Skill Building
  • Re-Entry Services

Location

236 Clifton Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55403


2nd Chances

We are equipped to have six bedrooms with one or two beds per room.  There are three bathrooms, one on each floor, with no more than four men sharing a bathroom.  There are on-site laundry facilities available.  There is Wi-Fi as well as a TV in the common area with cable access.

We want to help people become accountable.  We believe that holding people accountable to themselves, to the house, and to their recovery that it will help them become accountable.

Requirements are to maintain sobriety, attend three 12 Step meeting per week, one with someone from the house, mandatory house meeting with a shared meal every week, and must be working, going to school, or volunteering.

Costs:  $50 application fee, $500 deposit and $600 monthly fee.
(Accepts opiate replacement: Suboxone/Methadone on a case by case basis)

This is an all-male sober home.

Contact:  Skeeter Scanlon at (651) 458-0097, 2ndchances001@gmail.com or Doug Novak at (651) 925-7088, 2ndchanceshousing.com


Achieve Sober Living, LLC

Achieve Sober Living, LLC provides women with a stable, safe, clean and peaceful environment to support and reinforce abstinence in order to help them recover and transition back to their daily lives. Our sober home is not just about having roommates who do not drink or do drugs. There is much more to it! Living in this home allows you to monitor and improve your health, safety and well-being using peer support and accountability. The goal is to help you maintain sobriety, build new skills, develop healthy behaviors, establish positive relationships, give and receive peer support, and practice healthy ways to overcome triggers to prevent relapse.

Location

P.O. Box 11522 Minneapolis, MN 55411


Aeon

DISCOVER A WELCOMING COMMUNITY

We believe in the power of home. A place where you can gather with friends, tuck the kids into bed and dream. When you make an Aeon community your home, we promise to respect you, care for the property and encourage all our residents to be good neighbors. Together, we’ll make a home for good.

Aeon is a nonprofit manager of affordable homes. We serve nearly 9,000 people annually in the Twin Cities area.

Location

901 North 3rd Street, Suite 150 Minneapolis, MN 55401


Ain Dah Yung Center

The Ain Dah Yung Center – which means “our home” in the Ojibwe language – is an emergency shelter for runaway and homeless American Indian youth and provides a healing place within the community to thrive in safety and wholeness.

ADYC provides a continuum of care and services recognizing that, in American Indian culture, you can’t grow as a person until you have honor, dignity, and respect for both yourself and everything around you. Each year, ADYC provides services to about 1,100 youth and families, using traditional American Indian beliefs as a starting point for personal and community growth.

Location

1089 Portland Ave, St. Paul, MN 55104


Alliance Housing Incorporated

We rent to tenants that other landlords turn down because of low income or poor rental and criminal histories. Without stable housing  individuals are unable to hold down a job or get children to school every day. We provide support and flexibility so tenants can maintain housing. Many of our tenants are low wage and seasonal workers – essential to our economy but leaving them with insufficient income to afford market rent apartments.

 

Location

2309 Nicollet Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55404


Anna Marie’s Alliance – St. Cloud

The goal of Anna Marie’s Alliance is to provide women and their children experiencing domestic abuse with a safe place to stay and resources to eliminate/escape domestic abuse. An additional goal of the organization is to create a community where violence is not tolerated and every home and community institution is a safe environment. This is done by encouraging all sectors of the community to commit to, adopt, and implement a healthy relationship model and norms of behavior so that a culture of healthy relationships can be created.

Phone

(320) 253-6900

Website

http://www.annamaries.org/

Location

P.O. Box 367 Saint Cloud, MN 56302


Austin Housing & Redevelopment Authority

Our primary mission is to provide affordable, decent and safe housing to low-income individuals or families through the following subsidized programs:

Public Housing
Twin Towers
Pickett Place
Family Housing
Section 8 Rental Assistance
Bridges Rental Assistance
HRA Educational Video

Further, it is also our mission to remedy the shortage of housing in situations where private enterprise was not available. This housing is not subsidized and is called: Market Rate Housing

Courtyard Apartments
Chauncey Apartments

Other programs that we offer for home ownership opportunities are:

Home Ownership Program
Home Improvement Loans

Thank you for taking the time to browse our site and take advantage of the opportunities that are available to you from the Austin HRA.

Location

308 Second Avenue N.E. Austin, MN 55912


Avenues for Homeless Youth

Avenues partners with youth experiencing homelessness to achieve their dreams.

For 25 years, Avenues has supported youth ages 16-24 in Hennepin County. Whether a young person needs someplace to stay for just one night, or a year and a half, Avenues empowers youth to find their path out of homelessness. We do that by providing a stable home, building trusting relationships, and navigating the youth’s education, career, health and wellness and housing goals.

At Avenues, we believe:

  • Homelessness does not define a person. It is just one part of a journey that we are here to help young people navigate.
  • All youth experiencing homelessness have or are experiencing trauma. Therefore, mental health is at the center of all our work.
  • There is no one reason why youth experience homelessness – it’s intersectional. Systems of oppression, racism and poverty are of the root causes of homelessness. Without addressing these systems, homelessness will persist.
  • Youth are resilient, inspiring, and the drivers of their own journey. With stability, trust and youth-centered supports, their dreams can become reality.

Avenues work is guided by the 9 Evidence-based, Guiding Principles to Help Youth Overcome Homeless and our core values: equity, community, respect and dignity, trust, liberation and anti-oppression.

Location

1708 Oak Park Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55411


Bill’s House of Refuge

  • Must have a minimum of 30 days clean and sober.
  • Rent is $585 per month.
  • $295 security/sobriety deposit.
  • Must have a full-time obligation outside of the house (work, school, volunteer work).
  • All fees must be paid on time and in full.
  • Obtain a sponsor and establish a Home Group within 30 days.
  • Must maintain an active recovery program which includes:
    • Attend a minimum of 3 12-Step meetings per week.
    • Complete any I.O.P. or aftercare program.
    • Work the 12-Steps of A.A with your sponsor.
  • Attend weekly house meetings.
  • Curfew is 11:00 P.M. Sunday – Thursday and 1:00 A.M. Friday and Saturday.
  • Be clean, neat and complete any household chores

Location

4573 Bald Eagle Ave, White Bear Lake, MN 55110


Bluff Country Family Resources

Domestic Violence

24-HOUR, TOLL-FREE CRISIS LINE: 1-866-367-4297

Domestic violence can happen to anyone, regardless of age, financial status, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, or sexual preference or orientation. Bluff Country Family Resources provides free individualized crisis intervention, legal and personal advocacy, support groups, as well as information and referrals. Some specific services we offer to victims of domestic violence include:

• 24-hour, toll-free crisis line—1-866-367-4297
• Assistance with writing protective orders
• Transportation and accompaniment to court or the hospital for a forensic exam
• Safety planning
• Emergency hotel/motel safe homing
• Emergency financial assistance
• Support groups
• Personal advocacy
• Crisis Intervention
• Information and Referrals

Sexual Violence

24-HOUR, TOLL-FREE CRISIS LINE: 1-866-367-4297

Sexual violence includes any sexual act from unwanted sexual comments to forced vaginal, oral, or anal penetration. Someone known by the victim is more likely to commit sexual violence, rather than a stranger. This fact can make it very hard to seek services. Bluff Country Family Resources advocates understand that sexual violence, whether committed by a stranger or someone known to the victim is a sensitive topic. Bluff Country Family Resources’ advocates will caringly listen and provide support along the path to survival and healing. Specific services may include:

• 24-hour, toll-free crisis line—1-866-367-4297
• Assistance with writing protective orders
• Transportation and accompaniment to court and/or the hospital for a forensic exam
• Safety planning
• Emergency hotel/motel safe homing
• Emergency financial assistance
• Support groups
• Personal Advocacy
• Crisis Intervention
• Information and Referrals

Housing

Our transitional housing program provides independent living for homeless, income eligible victims/survivors of domestic violence and their children. Eligible participants have their own apartment and receive supportive services to help increase their self-sufficiency and quality of life.  Participants also benefit from Bluff Country Family Resources other programs and advocacy.

Rapid Rehousing (RRH)

RRH provides assistance to homeless domestic violence victims. Eligible participants receive assistance finding safe affordable housing and receive up to 6 months of rent assistance, case management, and supportive services. RRH participants also benefit from Bluff Country Family Resources other programs and advocacy.

For more information about housing: bcfr.housingadvocate@goacentek.net


Breaking Free

What if there was a different, better way to live? 

There is.

Do you need a place to stay?

Do you need food? Hygiene supplies? Job skills training?

Do you just need someone confidential to talk to – someone who understands?

Breaking Free is here and we can help you.

Call (651) 645-6557 to schedule your intake.

Parents of Victims

If  you have a loved one that is or has been a victim of sex-trafficking or  prostitution and you have questions or want someone to talk to in this  very real hardship; we have people who have lived through this and  understand the complexities and difficulties. Give us a call and set up a  time for a conversation. We believe in the power of community and  helping one another so that no one has to feel alone. 

Call (1-800-294-7116) 

Phone

(651) 645-6557

Website

https://breakingfree.net/

Location

770 University Avenue W St. Paul, MN 55104


Bridge to Benefits – Children’s Defense Fund

Bridge to Benefits is a project by Children’s Defense Fund-Minnesota to improve the well-being of families and individuals by linking them to public work support programs and tax credits. By answering a few simple questions, you will be able to see if you or someone else may be eligible for public work support programs. We will NOT ask you for information that identifies you.

It’s easy, confidential and free!  Start

NOTE: This screening tool does not determine eligibility. It is only a guideline. After using this screening tool, you must apply to each program to be sure your are eligible.

Location

555 Park Street, Suite 410 St. Paul, MN 55103


Bridges of Hope

Experiencing a family crisis? Not sure where to turn next?

Bridges of Hope serves children and families in Crow Wing County and the surrounding communities. Our focus is on assisting families in crisis–whatever the crisis may be–and our staff specializes in connecting families with local resources by drawing on both traditional human services and non-traditional supports.  We work to have an expert knowledge of ALL of our area resources and how to access them.

Bridges of Hope offers different programs & services to assist with a wide range of needs.

If you or someone you know could benefit from our services, please call 218.825.7682 or 888.750.7682 to speak with a staff member about your unique situation.

Learn more about Childcare Services

Learn more about Family Support Services 

Learn more about Mentoring Services

Learn more about Resource Connection Services

Learn more about Self-Healing Communities

Location

P.O. Box 742 Brainerd, MN 56401


Catholic Charities – St. Cloud

Catholic Charities is a non-profit organization that advances the charitable and social mission of the Diocese of St. Cloud. We build communities, promote family life, and enhance human dignity by providing quality services to meet the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of individuals and families of all faiths and beliefs.

Services

Location

911 18th Street North St. Cloud, MN 56302


Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis

Children and Families:
At St. Joseph’s Home for Children and Northside Child Development Center we work with children and their families to provide a good start in life through a nurturing environment, comfort in crisis, and mental health counseling for bright, strong futures.

New Americans:
Catholic Charities helps refugees work towards independence by reuniting families and providing assistance as they settle.

Older Adults and People With Disabilities:
We serve older adults and people with disabilities, helping them live independently in their homes and connecting homeless elders to housing.

People Experiencing or at Risk of Homelessness:
At places like the Dorothy Day Center, Higher Ground, Family Service Center and the Opportunity Center we provide meals, shelter and opportunities to find jobs, secure a stable home and medical care for those who need it.

Location

1200 2nd Ave. South Minneapolis, MN 55403


Center for Alcohol & Drug Treatment – Duluth

Our main purpose is to provide chemical health, substance abuse and addiction treatment, as well as recovery services to anyone seeking help for drug, alcohol or gambling problems.

We recognize that substance abuse and addiction is a disease and that each person’s path to recovery is different. Our programs utilize many different approaches to treatment and recovery in order to offer you the most successful approach for you.

Since 1961, we have been researching, growing and changing to ensure we are continually meeting the needs of our clients and our community with effective, quality programs and services.

Treatment Programs

Services

 

Location

1402 East Superior Street, Duluth, MN


Changing Gaits, Inc

EQUINE THERAPY

We entrust horses to show us the way back to health. Work and observation in the horse world lends itself to extremely powerful metaphors into our own patterns, strengths, and nonverbal messages we send out.

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) & Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL)

Equine-assisted work honors the natural behavior of horses and herds. Horses are skilled at keeping themselves safe and are adept at survival. Their natural behaviors are optimal for mental and physical health. In many respects, we as humans have lost the instinct to keep ourselves safe and healthy. We entrust horses to show us the way back to health. Work and observation in the horse world lends itself to extremely powerful metaphors into our own patterns, strengths, and nonverbal messages we send out.

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) implements the power of equine-assisted philosophies and exercises to introduce therapy clients to themselves in a morality that has been found to be more efficient and less threatening than traditional talk therapy.

Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL) is a field of practice based on the successes of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP). We have learned that everyone can benefit from equine-assisted work – not just therapy clients. Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL) uses equine-assisted philosophies and exercises in a variety of arenas including parenting and family dynamics, personal coaching, church groups, corporate retreats, and more.

EAP and EAL can help with emotional and behavioral issues, anger management, marriage and relationship issues, abuse and addiction, mental health issues including PTSD, and more. We also work with special needs children and kids that are just going through a tough time.

Changing Gaits Sober Living Community is built on the premise of lifelong sobriety. We are a faith-based residential sober living community that guides men through the transition from early recovery to independent living, focusing on sobriety and personal growth. We are located on a beautiful, expansive, and serene 80 acre ranch in Brook Park, Minnesota. Our unique extended-care sober living program supports and promotes each resident’s recovery and healing in a spiritually uplifting environment.

Changing Gaits Sober Living Community is more than a sober house or a halfway house. We are a structured framework with a faith-based supportive environment designed to help men in early recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism learn how to incorporate and internalize values and behaviors critical for successful long-term recovery and to maintain healthy independent living.

OUR FACILITIES & AMENITIES

  • Located on 80 Beautiful Acres

  • 24 Hour In-House Manager

  • LADC on Staff

  • Equine Therapy Provided

  • Weekly Support Meetings

  • Exercise Equipment

  • Washer & Dryer

  • Cable

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be 18 Years of Age or Older

  • Sobriety (Zero Tolerance Use of Drugs & Alcohol)

  • Have a STRONG desire to stay sober

  • Daily devotion and meditation

  • Attend all in house meetings

  • 3 Mandatory meetings

  • Pay rent on time.

For Availability or to Join our Wait List, please Call: Sam at 763-310-7149 or email: soberliving@changinggaits.org

Location

27274 Monument Rd, Brook Park, MN 55007


Cochran Recovery Services, Inc.

Cochran Recovery Services (CRS) is a non-profit 501 (C)(3) institution, that serves to deliver cost-effective, comprehensive behavioral health services in a secure, stable and growth-oriented employment environment, dedicated to ensure individuals recognize their assets and responsibilities. Our mission is to treat chemical dependency by operating a detoxification center, Trauma Informed Care, inpatient MI/CD dual diagnosis treatment and Group Residential Housing.

(Detox, Trauma Informed Care, inpatient MI/CD dual diagnosis, outpatient, GRH housing) (GRH housing, men)

Location

1294 18th St. E. #1 Hastings, MN 55033


Common Ground

Welcome to Common Ground. We are a committed to meeting you where you are on your journey with overcoming substance abuse. Providing a variety of services from chemical use assessments, outpatient treatment, to transitional care housing, we are here to offer solutions that work. Get to know us, learn about our programs, and contact us today to get started on your journey towards recovery. Common Ground’s goal is just that…to find common ground and meet you where you are.

Providing comprehensive treatment services, chemical health education, and confidential assessments, look no further. Contact the counselors of Common Ground today and no matter where you are on your journey, we can help. Contact us!

Meeting you where you are.

Location

1027 7th Street NW Suite 207 Rochester, MN 55901


Community Action Center of Northfield

At the Community Action Center, our mission is to meet our neighbors’ most basic needs. Each person’s needs are unique – some need food, while others seek housing or help finding a job.

Our core programming and resources serve to promote a healthy, caring and just community.

Location

1651 Jefferson Parkway Suite HS-200 Northfield, MN 55057


Cornerstone

Our Mission

Cornerstone’s continuum of service helps to create communities where individuals and families are safe and children thrive. We advocate, educate and lead the way to social change.

Our Goal

Cornerstone’s ultimate goal is to reduce the prevalence of domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking and general crime. Safe and stable futures are possible when we coordinate an effective crisis response, implement trauma-informed support services, mitigate the impact of violence on children and youth, and confront the roots of violence.

Our Philosophy

We are committed to a society in which violence in families and relationships no longer exists. Domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence and human trafficking are crimes. They are a violation of human rights. The use of violence is a choice and can be prevented. All community members have a responsibility to confront the roots of violence and eliminate oppression.

Location

1000 East 80th Street Bloomington, MN 55420


Cronin Homes – Rochester

Since 1980 we have provided a facility to house homeless, chemically dependent adults. Primary Focus: Chronic Chemically Dependent persons Services Provided: Residential Facility, Medication Admin., Type of Care: Board and Lodging Special Programs/Groups: Forms of Payment Accepted: Self, Social Security, Group Residential Housing Funding Payment Assistance: GRH through county of financial responsibility Special Language Services: none

Location

825 West Silver Lake Drive NE Rochester, MN 55906


Crossroads Aftercare

OUR FOCUS & GOAL

To help individuals in early recovery rebuild their lives while assisting them in developing and maintaining a support network to guard against relapse.  To help residents attain the necessary skills to live an addiction free life. We accomplish this by:

  • Assisting residents in addressing the issues that have kept them in a cycle of addiction.
  • Guiding development of a support network that encourages positive change and recovery.
  • Teaching how to reach for help and how to implement the feedback received.
  • Encouraging short- and long-term goals that create the life each resident deserves.

Location

2823 South Wayzata Blvd Minneapolis, MN 55405


Damascus Way

Damascus Way is a halfway house program serving men with criminal histories. Assistance in finding employment, permanent housing, and a support community is offered. But more than that, we provide opportunities for our residents to consider the deeper issues of their lives. Those who come to Damascus Way are here because they have lost their freedom. The misuse of freedom results in being locked up in addictions, destructive behaviors, and ultimately, behind iron bars.

The Minneapolis facility, located in Golden Valley, has 18 beds.  Men involved with the Minnesota Department of Corrections on Supervised Release, Intensive Supervised Release, and Work Release are all eligible for referrals along with those who have a criminal past.  We also accept those who are seeking a sober living environment.  Features include:

  • Near the bus line, just minutes from downtown Minneapolis
  • Weekly meetings and coaching sessions
  • Assistance in Job and Housing search
  • Private yard with woods and recreation
  • 2 Community Rooms/Lounges
  • Hot meals served every day
  • Washer, Dryer

The Rochester program, serving the Tri-County area of Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted and all of southeastern MN, has 55 beds in two locations.  Men involved with the Minnesota Department of Corrections on Work Release and DFO Community Corrections referrals are all eligible along with those who have a criminal past.  We also accept those who are seeking a sober living environment.  Features include:

  • Apartment style living in two-bedroom units
  • Private Kitchens/Bathrooms/Showers
  • Weekly meetings and coaching sessions
  • Assistance in Job and Housing search
  • Near the bus line, just minutes from downtown Rochester
  • Game room/Lounge with Television and Pool Table
  • Washer/Dryer

For more information go to the CONTACT page and send us an email


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2446 University Ave. W., Suite 112 • Saint Paul, MN 55114 • 612.584.4158