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Minnesota Day One Crisis Line

Day One® networks with over 80 victim service and youth serving agencies to provide immediate access to safety and services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Click here to learn more about Cornerstone’s Day One program.

Contact the Minnesota Day One Crisis Line:

Call: 1-866-223-1111
Text: 612-399-9995
Please call 911 in an emergency.

Help is available to you no matter where you’re located in the state of Minnesota. Regardless of the time of day, you can get connected to resources and learn about your options. Whether you’re experiencing domestic violence, sexual violence or human trafficking or simply questioning aspects of your relationship, advocates are ready to listen and provide information.

The Minnesota Day One Crisis Line is staffed around the clock, seven days a week. When you call, you’ll connect with an advocate who can provide options and help you access safe housing and other resources you need. The abuse is not your fault. You are not alone.

Our caring advocates are available for:

• Support: 24-hour crisis supportive services
• Safety: Getting and keeping you and your family safe
• Housing: Providing emergency shelter and safe housing
• Resources: Support groups, transitional housing, legal advocacy, culturally specific services and more

Crisis Counseling:
We can provide a variety of resources for those seeking information—including referrals to support groups, possible transitional housing in your area and options for legal advocacy. If you are questioning unhealthy aspects of your own relationship or are concerned about a loved one, we are here to listen.

Protection for Pets:
We know that approximately 71% of animal owners entering emergency shelters reported that their abusers had injured, maimed, killed or threatened family pets for revenge or psychological control (Ascione, 1997). Abusers often threaten to hurt beloved family pets to prevent victims from leaving.

Cornerstone maintains an innovative partnership with the Humane Society and a local animal hospital. You can breathe easier knowing that your pets will receive safe shelter and medical attention during your stay in emergency housing.


1000 E 80th St. Bloomington MN 55420

Minnesota Valley Action Council

Minnesota Valley Action Council(MVAC) is a community action agency. We are for communities, not for profit. We are a private organization that has served south central Minnesota since 1965. MVAC provides services in Blue Earth, Brown, Faribault, Le Sueur, Martin, Nicollet, Sibley, Waseca, and Watonwan counties. MVAC develops resources and opportunities that empower people in low-wage work to secure affordable housing, utilities, viable transportation, employment, training for employment and educational opportunities for children.


706 North Victory Drive Mankato, MN 56001

MN Housing Agency (Renters)

This link provides access to Rental Housing Resources. MN Housing Agency Rental Assistance Information for Tenants: A list of the HRAs (Housing and Redevelopment Authorities) and PHAs (Public Housing Authorities) in Minnesota that could offer some assistance of locating affordable rental housing for individuals and/or families.

My Fathers House

Shares a vision with people of faith to help individuals, in recovery or after incarceration, obtain freedom in our Lord and Savior through the proclamation of the Gospel and to remain criminal and chemically free by being covenant keepers. We are a faith based nonprofit organization that supports our fellow citizens in transition and serve them as a guiding light. Currently providing support to those seeking assistance in Minnesota -My Fathers House’mission is to support citizens from our communityin thiertime of need and together we all work towards the greater good. As instructed in Matthew Chapter 25; we are tireless in our efforts to “house, feed, clothe” and employ those in recovery and after incarceration.

Natalis Outcomes Case Management Support Services

Our case management program works with underserved populations around the Twin Cities. It is a team based approach to case management that helps clients gain access to various supports like medical, psychological, social opportunities, housing access, transportation, navigating county resources and much more! The program is meant to be long term and follow client’s through life as they face different barriers. There is also a nurse who is part of the team to assist clients who may have more physical health needs like managing medications, diabetes, high blood pressure and any other physical health ailments.


1821 University Ave W Suite 155 St Paul, MN 55104

National Homeless Shelter Directory


Call the Provider Number listed on the all listing pages for help. Do not email the Homeless Shelter Directory for help. We are a website only. The Homeless Shelter Directory was started as a list of homeless shelters. We now provide listings for the following:

  • Homeless Shelters
  • Homeless Service Organizations
  • Monetary Assistance
  • Transitional Housing
  • Free Clinics (Dental and Medical)
  • Low Cost and Free Treatment Centers
  • Outreach Centers
  • Day Shelters
  • Relief Organizations that can help the needy
  • Women’s Shelters and Battered Women’s Services
  • Food Pantries, Soup Kitchens, Food Banks

New Path

Housing for Women

New Pathways, Inc.

Exists to ensure that the homeless population, specifically families with children, have resources, skills, and assistance necessary to thrive.






POBox 366, 310 Ashland St So. Cambridge, MN 55008

New Spirit Homes

(Men and Women) is the online presence ofoursober home program in Minneapolis, Minnesota.We provide a safe, comfortable, sober living environment formen in early recovery from alcohol and/or drug addiction.





Northstar Regional

NorthStar Regional provides a full continuum of care for mental health and substance use disorders. 


NorthStar Regional provides individual, marriage, and family counseling services for clients of all ages. We also offer several group programs for those who need more intensive treatment.
To schedule an appointment, call (952) 974-3999. Learn More


NorthStar Regional treats co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders at the same time, in the same place, with the same highly qualified and highly trained staff. Medical, psychiatric, psychological, and social components of treatment are blended to achieve the highest level of success.
To make a referral, call (952) 448-6557. Learn More


An assessment is the first step in helping our clients get the proper level of care. We provide both Rule 25/chemical use assessments and mental health assessments.
To schedule an assessment, call (952) 448-6557. Learn More


Finding safe housing is often an important part of substance use treatment. NorthStar Regional offers housing through our residential programs, intensive outpatient programs with lodging, and sober homes—a total of 183 beds across the system. Learn More


1045 Stoughton Avenue Chaska, MN 55318

Olmstead County HRA

OCHRA administers programs that provide rental assistance to tenants and rehabilitation funds to both homeowners and rental property owners. In addition, theOlmstedCounty HRA manages county-owned rental properties and partners with local agencies to provide other programs to increase the availability of affordablehousing to residents of Olmsted County.


507 328-7150|| 507 328-7959




2122 Campus Drive SE Suite 100 Rochester, MN 55904

Owatonna HRA

The Housing Choice Voucher Program is a federal program that provides rental assistance for low- and moderate-income households. Program participants pay a minimum of 30% of their monthly adjusted income toward rent and the program provides the difference between the participants rent portion and the contract rent.


(507) 444-4300||1-800-627-3529




540 West Hills Circle Owatonna, MN 55060

Partners In Recovery

Call for an Immediate Assessment – 888.648.7652 Press 5 or email info@partnersinrecovery.net Located in Roseville off Snelling & 36 in the center of the Twin Cities. We also have offices in northern Minnesota in Hibbing & Virginia.

We are committed to transforming lives through the teaching and practice of a 6-step process: CONNECT, IDENTIFY, COMMIT, IMPLEMENT, MEASURE, SUSTAIN. We believe this process is a path to recovery … and, beyond. It is individualized and based on Planning a Life BY DESIGN—and not Default.

The 90-Day Challenge – In addition to traditional treatment services,
Partners In Recovery provides an OutPatient & Sponsored Lodging program
that can be an alternative to prison, a reentry treatment post-prison or an
opportunity to get back on track after a probation violation.

• Addiction & Mental Health
• Addressing Criminogenic Needs
• DWI Education
• Diversion Treatment Program
• Post-Prison Treatment Program
• Recovery Resources
• HIGH INTENSITY OUTPATIENT – 20 hours per week with Sponsored Lodging
• LOW INTENSITY OUTPATIENT – 9 hours per week

PARTNERS IN RECOVERY takes a bio-psych-social approach with evidence-based models: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Moral Reconation Therapy, Strength and Solution-Focused & Motivational Interviewing. Cornerstone Educational Materials: Escaping Your Prison & Partners In Recovery 6-Step Process Curriculum.



1611 Co. Rd. B, West, Suite 102, Roseville, MN 55113

Pathway House

Provides drug-free, supported living for adults Several methods of payment: Government funding, Foundation funding, Private resources,Insurance. Provides drug-free, supported living for adults, while maintaining individual dignity and self-esteem. Program services help residents develop independent living skills, obtain employment or education, make constructive use of leisure time, improve interpersonal relationships, and take on new levels of responsibility. Every step of the way, our primary goal is to help each resident make a successful re-entry into community life.


(507) 287-6121||(507) 287-0303||507.287.6121||507.281.0441




P.O. Box 6610, 613 2nd St. SW Rochester, MN 55903|Men«s program: 613 2nd St. SW Rochester, MN 55902|Women«s Program: 103 6th Ave. SW Rochester, MN 55902

People Incorporated

People Incorporated conduct assessments as needed, including diagnostic functional, chemical use, and psychiatric assessments. These assist in determining the course of treatment and treatment planning. Homeless Services programs assist chronically homeless adults with mental health and chemical dependency issues in achieving their goals related to safety, stability, and recovery. The staff works to create an environment where individuals feel at ease and out of danger when transitioning from living on the street to living in permanent housing. Service include psychotherapy, group therapy, family therapy, couples counseling, and psychiatric medication management. They treat mental, emotional, or behavioral problems.






Stark Mental Health Clinic 2120 Park Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55404

Perspectives Incorporated’s Supportive Housing Program

(women w/children) The programs« target population is recovering homeless women (single head of household) with their children. Critical one-to-one case management is provided in order to assist the families in their transition back into the socio-economic mainstream.Because we offer a structured and supportive environment many parents are able to reunite with their children.


3381 Gorham Ave, St. Louis Park 55426



How can we support your recovery today?

800 Transfer Road, Suite 31 • Saint Paul, MN 55114 • 612.584.4158

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