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Offers a full range of services for individuals who are recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. Our programs provide structure and support to strengthen personal recovery skills in the dimensions of home, health, purpose and community. We foster safe, caring environments where individuals learn and practice new recovery skills and implement changes that support a substance-free lifestyle. Our primary goal is to help individuals develop living skills necessary to maintain an emotional, vocational, social, physical and spiritual balance in recovery.Services Offered: Intensive Outpatient Treatment (with sober living available) Counseling Assessments & Rule 25 Assessments Driving With Care Men’s Cornerstone 3/4 Program Women’s Cornerstone 3/4 Program Basic Sober Living Group Residential Housing
Catholic Faith-Based For Men 30 and Over Offers on-site structured spiritual guidance Provides community living to heal and grow Life coaching and workforce re-entry training
(Sober Living, Women, GRH, Faith-based)
We are unique in that the organization is owned and operated by women in long term recovery for women who want to build a strong recovery program and a community of women in recovery. We all found in part from sober living from sober living and this is one of the ways we give back and that we have experienced managers and a lot of the sobriety in the houses. We offer a warm and welcoming environment for women to recover.
Founded in 1902, Union Gospel Mission (UGM) is a Christian ministry dedicated to serving people facing homelessness, poverty, or addiction in our community. By meeting physical, spiritual, emotional, and educational needs, our Mission is changing lives!
Our goal is to encourage each person to value themselves as God values them, to see the gifts they have to offer the world, and to help them seek out a bright future as a fully contributing member of our community.
Our mission is to support Veterans who are experiencing homelessness, or who are at risk of homelessness, or serious mental illness by promoting physical and mental health, assisting in securing and maintaining housing, and by working with Veterans to achieve increased community integration.
The Minneapolis VA Community Resource and Referral Center (CRRC) is one of 17 VA centers nationally, aimed at ending homelessness among Veterans.
What We Do
The Minneapolis VA CRRC is there to supply needed resources and help Veterans overcome barriers to achieve Veteran identified goals:
• Medical care
• Employment services
• Housing referrals
• Substance abuse treatment
• Personalized psychosocial rehabilitation
• Community partners and services on site
The Wabasha County Department of Social Services, in partnership with the federal government, state Department of Human Services, County and other public, private, and community agencies throughout Minnesota, is an agency directed by law to assist those citizens whose personal or family resources are not adequate to meet their basic human needs. The Department is committed to helping them attain the maximum degree of self-sufficiency within their individual capabilities. To these ends, the Department will promote the dignity, safety, and rights of the individual, and will assure public accountability and trust through responsible use of available resources.
Waseca County Human Services is the county’s public welfare and social services agency. The department has 23 employees with the primary functions of the units being income maintenance, social services, and child support.
Welcome Homes is a program of YouHaveThePower.org that provides sober housing, transitional services and pro-social support to those in recovery and reentry throughout the metro area.
Each of our homes enlist the community to use a circle of support model to manage and support those citizens returning to the community. The circle meets regularly to facilitate the transitioning members’ practical needs, provide emotional support, challenge the behaviors and attitudes, and develop constructive and pro-social strategies to address everyday problems.
Our homes operate with these values:
Benefits to renting from Welcome Homes:
- Establish rental and credit history
- Have support and connections to resources
- Live in a safe, sober environment
- No house manager, curfews or mandated hours of service
- Felon friendly or as we say “returning citizen” friendly
Section 8 and public housing. Treatment programs also available. Call for details.
We support Native American Indian and other battered women, their children, and family members as appropriate through: Services include crisis intervention, advocacy, and safe confidential shelter. Advocating for them and educating the public on domestic abuse issues.
Women’s Advocates creates a path to self-sufficiency for women leaving abusive relationships. Women’s Advocates uses a trauma informed approach to its services. We strive to ensure that the unique backgrounds and perspectives of each woman and child that passes through our doors are considered and folded into every program, service and activity we offer. Those who stay at our shelter receive:
- Three daily meals
- Clothing and Outerwear
- Hygiene Products
- Resource Center
- Living and Dining Rooms
- Secure Children’s Play Area
In addition to providing safe shelter, we offer:
- Individualized safety planning
- 24/7 access to a family advocate
- One-on-one mental health counseling
- Daily support groups
- Drop-in childcare and children’s activities
- Assistance with employment, transportation, housing, and childcare
- Referrals to outside resources for legal, social service, and healthcare services
- Aftercare support with case management services to help our families move into permanent, stable housing after leaving the shelter
Women’s Advocates uses a trauma informed approach to its services. We strive to ensure that the unique backgrounds and perspectives of each woman and child that passes through our doors are considered and folded into every program, service and activity we offer.
The Women’s Center has been empowering women and children through a variety of programs since 1978. Our oldest and largest program is a 24-hour emergency shelter for battered women and their children. In addition to physical safety, the shelter provides personal advocacy, information and referral, support groups, and education for the larger community about violence and its effects.
Crisis Line The mission of Women’s Shelter Inc. is to assist female victims of domestic violence and their children by establishing and maintaining a facility which will provide temporary shelter to these victims.