Life happens. If you are in need of a warm bed, a warm meal and some warm personalities, we are here for you. The Dorothy Day Hospitality House is a temporary homeless shelter conveniently located in downtown Rochester, Minnesota within walking distance to Mayo Clinic, buses and community resources.
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A Bridge to the future for men that need services to help them overcome their current issues. The goal of the Overcomers Program is to help people face their problems, find wholeness, and successfully integrate back into society. We are a registered “Housing With Services” facility in Minnesota with a total of 58 single bedroom capacity, a 4 buildings in St. Cloud, Minnesota and 3 buildings in Willmar, Minnesota. We Provide these services for adult men, 18 and older, that need care, are struggling with mental health issues, chemical dependency issues, traumatic brain injury, learning disabilities and/or physical disabilities, who may may lack adequate housing or even have corrections housing issues. We provide three meals a day, personal care, medication management, support groups, accountability, transportation to care providers & aftercare programs, and job & education coaching. We also network with social workers, probation officers, and aftercare providers. Our staff are trained to provide a loving safe environment that is supportive for each resident.
The Eldercare Locator is a nationwide service that connects older Americans and their caregivers with trustworthy local support resources. Since 1991, the Eldercare Locator has been linking those who need assistance with state and local agencies on aging, as well as community-based organizations that serve older adults and their caregivers. Whether help is needed with services such as meals, home care or transportation, or a caregiver needs training and education or a well-deserved break from caregiving responsibilities, the Eldercare Locator is there to point that person in the right direction. The Eldercare Locator is a public service of the Administration on Aging (AoA), an agency of the U.S. Administration for Community Living.
EMERGE provides a wide range of services related to employment, job training, financial services, and housing. Most participants live in the neighborhoods where our facilities are located, North Minneapolis and Cedar Riverside. We partner with people who are facing significant obstacles as they redefine themselves. We aim to help our clients find a career pathway and financial stability.
EMERGE Community Development operates out of multiple locations across the Twin Cities. Visit our Locations Page for more information and addresses.
We partner with people as they redefine themselves and create economic opportunities in our communities.
Creating a community where people have the freedom and mutual support to thrive
- Equity–We embrace the diversity of those we serve and seek inclusiveness and fairness in all we do.
- Responsiveness–We strive to be flexible and adaptive to the changing needs of the communities while remaining urgent in our actions.
- Respect–Everyone is treated with professionalism and profound regard for their individualism.
- Integrity–We embrace honesty at every level of our organization.
Serves more than 3,200 homeless and underserved youth and young adults ages 11 to 23 annually.
As provided in State law, the Faribault HRA handles a variety of housing programs. It also manages public housing units, Trails Edge Apartments, and Robinwood Manor senior housing. Programs are generally targeted to low and moderate income households.
A resource of various aid programs available to Fillmore county residents.
Housing programs for those who need it. Other forms of aid available. Call for details.
FreedomWorks Sober Housing
We have recently opened our sober housing at our North Mpls Recovery Campus. We are offering one-bedroom units for $650 and studio units for $600 with the equal security deposit or a plan to obtain deposit. Applicants must have a track record of one-year’s clean time, stable employment and or other sources of income.
We are felony friendly and handicap accessible. Apply online at: https://myfreedomworks.com/sober-housing-application-2/
FreedomWorks Sober Living Community
FreedomWorks Sober Housing We have recently opened our sober housing at our North Mpls Recovery Campus. We are offering one-bedroom units for $650 and studio units for $600 with the equal security deposit or a plan to obtain deposit. Applicants must have a track record of one-year’s clean time, stable employment and or other sources of income. We are felony friendly and handicap accessible.
Apply online at: https://myfreedomworks.com/sober-housing-application-2/
A place to call home, and find stability. A support group to keep accountability and motivation to achieve goals. Friendly, professional staff provide our residents with services and opportunities for growth. Housing is subsidized through a Group Residential Housing Grant, if the applicant qualifies.
Buying or selling a home can be a stressful process. This site was created to help members of the GLBT community connect with a Minneapolis Gay Real Estate Agent who enables them to feel comfortable throughout the entire buying or selling process.
Emergency and temporary housing resource.
Serving Minnesota and western Wisconsin for nearly 100 years as a leader in workforce development, Goodwill-Easter Seals Minnesota provides education, job training and placement services to eliminate barriers to work and independence.
Grace Place of Willmar is a Christian based transitional house for adult women. Our program requires a minimum stay of six months with stays as long as 18 months. The cost for our program is 25% of a client’s income. The goal of our program is to encourage women to obtain a self-sufficient lifestyle. We accept adult women from various life circumstance such as coming from jail, prison, chemical dependency treatment, homelessness, or domestic abuse. We address issues like spirituality, relationships, self-esteem, and financial mgt. We are supportive of 12-Step programs such as NA and AA and encourage sponsorship/mentoring. Our client’s participate in equine therapy twice a month and are active volunteers in our surrounding community. We believe in empowering women , God’s grace and that transformation is possible.
As a trusted resource for families, the Nursery focuses on prevention by offering free, voluntary services for parents who face barriers such as unemployment, homelessness, medical or mental health concerns, poverty, domestic violence, or other difficult situations.
We help strengthen families by connecting them to resources, caring for their children during difficult times, and setting goals that promote self-sufficiency and make the relationship between the parent and child stronger.
Core services include:
- 24 hour crisis helpline
- Crisis counseling
- Education and connection to community resources
- Clinical home visiting and mental health program
- Overnight residential care for parents to place their children voluntarily – newborn through age six – for up to three nights while they address their crisis
We invite parents to come as they are, courageously share their story, and trust that we will work together to make things better.
Our chemical dependency program inside the Harbor Light Center serves about 60 men at any given time. Most are homeless, without family support and in need of an extensive, holistic approach to recovery. They start with three weeks of inpatient treatment based on the 12-step model of recovery. Then, they spend about 75 days living at one of two halfway houses: one at Harbor Light, the other at a private home in the northern suburbs.
Beacon is a state-licensed program that stresses relapse prevention, finding and keeping a job, obtaining housing and developing a strong support system. Beacon also offers on-site chemical use assessments to Harbor Light shelter guests and the community.
Beacon Program 612-767-3100 ext. 3131
Inspiring Community. Igniting Hope.
Providing women in crisis or transition with a stable environment and the opportunity to explore options for their future.
Programming currently includes: a 24-Hour Crisis Line; Emergency Shelter services for women and their Children; Emergency Shelter services for homeless families and individuals; a Community Care Fund to assist with emergency needs; Domestic Abuse, Child Abuse and Homelessness Advocacy; legal assistance in obtaining Orders for Protection and Harassment/Restraining Orders; and various support groups for men, women, and children experiencing family violence.
Resource for eviction prevention transitional housing re-housing and foreclosure prevention.”
If you or your family are without a stable place to stay or at risk of becoming homeless, our goal is to connect you to the right resources for your specific needs.
Hope Housing Services can work with you to develop a housing plan and determine which housing options are available to fit your needs. If you are eligible, we may also be able to provide rental assistance, eviction prevention and other housing resources.
This website holds a wealth of information on housing issues, including updated info on Section 8 waiting lists; apartment rental listings; and links to federal housing resources. Some of the information is metro-county specific, but there are some resources for greater Minnesota as well.