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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


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


St. Paul, MN


Serves over 3,000 men, women and children each year. It offers 1,785 affordable apartments and townhomes which include: 225 homes for low- to moderate-income households; 385 homes for very low-income families; 515 homes serving formerly homeless individuals; 625 homes for minimum wage individuals.

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.







Anna Marie’s Alliance

The Central Minnesota Task Force on Battered Women, doing business as , is a private non-profit corporation dedicated to providing safe shelter, support, and referral services for battered women and their children. The Alliance also works with the community on systems change and violence prevention.






P.O. Box 367 St. 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 various subsidized programs.


(507) 433-1866




308 Second Avenue N.E. Austin, MN 55912

Avenues for Homeless Youth

Avenues for Homeless Youth provides emergency shelter, short-term housing and supportive services for homeless youth in a safe and nurturing environment. Through such service, Avenues seeks to help youth achieve their personal goals and make a positive transition into young adulthood.

Shelter and Transitional Housing Programs:

  • Crisis and Basic Needs
  • Intensive Case Management
  • Learning and Practice in Life Skills
  • Integrative Health and Wellness
  • Education Support
  • Youth Empowerment and Engagement Activities
  • After-Care Supportive Services

Host Home Programs

At full operation, the Host Home Programs will provide transitional living arrangements for 30+ homeless youth ages 16 to 21 in safe, supportive host homes. The program recruits and trains adult volunteers in the suburbs to be host homes, then matches suburban homeless youth with those volunteer host homes, so that the youth may continue to live, attend school, and work within their home communities.

GLBT Host Home Program
Minneapolis & Suburban Host Home Programs
ConneQT Host Home Program


1708 Oak Park Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55411

Belle Haven Townhomes

is a permanent supportive housing development that offers families a stable, sober, and affordable place to live. Family House is a lodging facility for women who participate in the Spirit River Recovery Services treatment program. Family House allows women to live with their children while undergoing chemical dependency treatment. Rum River Recovery Alliance is a case management program serving women in the Rum River Area. It is a volunteer program available to all women currently going through our treatment program.

Belle House, LLC. (Board & Lodge, GRH, women)

Belle House is a women’s board and lodge licensed by Nicollet County and the Minnesota Department of Health. Belle House is GRH (Group Residential Housing) contracted, Consumers at Belle House are required to make their own meals and fully function in the community. They will be required to complete house chores, attend 12-step groups, and of course stay clean and sober. Belle House is not 24-hour staffed. All consumers are required to fulfill all legal, mental health,bio-medical, and continuing care arrangements themselves and/or with assistance from any professionals in their support network. Belle House does not provide these services.




North Mankato, MN

Bridges of Hope

To build bridges of support, anchored in Christ’s love, between families in the Lakes area and the community assets that can help them thrive and gain hope. links families to community supports and resources. It creates partnerships within the broader community to help strengthen, stabilize and support families in the Lakes area, sending a message of hope and empowering families to thrive.


(218) 825-7682||(888) 750-7682




P.O. Box 742 Brainerd, MN 56401

Bright Spot Sober House for Women

The mission of Bright Spot is to provide an affordable, safe and sober living environment for women coming out of treatment.Residents must work a program of recovery including three (3) 12-step meetings, as well as active, face-to-face sponsorship. It is also required that residents are employed, looking for employment or doing some structured activity (volunteering, in school, etc.) for at 20 hours per week. We maintain the standard sober house admission requirements and rules. 24 beds $525.00 per month plus $250.00 Recovery Deposit includes all utilities, paper products, cleaning supplies, and free washer and dryer Member of Minnesota Association of Sober Homes (MASH)



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.


1200 2nd Ave. South Minneapolis, MN 55403

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.



320.650.1550 or 800.830.8254






911 18th St N, St. Cloud, MN 56302

CD Recovery Services, Inc.

(Chaska & Shakopee) Benjamin Palmby – Director of Operations (Applications, admissions & housing inquiries) provides licensed Group Residential Sober Housing for individuals in recovery from alcohol and/or drug addiction. Our Minnesota Sober Housing facilities are home environments which differ from typical sober house facilities. We categorize our sober housing in Minnesota as semi-structured sober housing. We take pride in our licensure by the State of Minnesota which requires a high level of cleanliness and maintenance of our licensed sober homes. Our sober housing in Minnesota, has a strong reputation that is built on  compassion and hope.We maintain a zero-tolerance policy for any chemical use. Our entire sober housing network is 12 step based. To that end, we provide strict accountability on meeting attendance and sponsorship.

Changing Gaits, Inc

Equine-Assisted Therapy specializing in relapse prevention, understanding addictive trigger points, trust and respect, self-esteem building, team building, non-verbal communication.






27274 Monument Road Brook Park, MN 55007

Clear Waters Life Center

Our mission is to operate as a faith-based community of people who assist individuals, families and the surrounding communities by providing a facility to house services that meet spiritual, emotional, physical, and educational needs of people.

Faith-based Chemical Dependency Life Skills Support Group






256 2nd Ave SW P.O. Box 155 Clearbrook, MN 56634



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