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.
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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.
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.
Our primary mission is to provide affordable, decent and safe housing to low-income individuals or families through the following subsidized programs:
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
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.
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.
- 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
MRCI’s County Employment Services provides numerous employment services for recipients of:
Minnesota’s Family Investment Program (MFIP)
- The Minnesota Family Investment Program (MFIP) provides temporary assistance to low-income families with one or more children.
- The program helps families by expecting, supporting and rewarding work.
- MFIP expects parents who receive cash and food benefits to look for work, attend classes or be working.
Diversionary Work Program (DWP)
- The Diversionary Work Program (DWP) is designed to meet specific crisis situations and help families move immediately to employment rather than go on welfare.
- Families participate in the program for only four consecutive months.
- DWP is a Short-term, non-welfare program
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs (SNAP) Employment and Training Services
- Objective of the SNAP Employment and Training program is to help individuals receiving only food support transition from public assistance to self-sufficiency by preparing for and obtaining paid employment.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
Feeding People. Changing Lives.
Channel One Regional Food Bank, a member of Feeding America, is the largest hunger relief organization in Southeast Minnesota. Channel One provides food assistance to low-income individuals and families through the Channel One Food Shelf Program. Additionally, Channel One rescues surplus donated food product from the food industry and distributes the food to area food shelves, meal programs, group homes, and shelters throughout a 14-county service area in Southeast Minnesota and Western Wisconsin.
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
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
For more information go to the CONTACT page and send us an email
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.
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.
FreeFood.org is about helping people. We created this website as a resource for users to find and add free food resources locally and nationwide. Find area pantries, soup kitchens, food shelves, and food banks.
Inspiring Community. Igniting Hope.
Providing women in crisis or transition with a stable environment and the opportunity to explore options for their future.
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.
Hunger Solutions Minnesota works to end hunger in our state. We take action to assure food security for all Minnesotans by supporting programs and agencies that provide food to those in need, advancing sound public policy, and guiding grassroots advocacy.
If you do not know your legal rights or how to enforce your rights, and cannot afford an attorney, you may still receive equal justice.
Legal Services of Northwest Minnesota (LSNM) provides equal justice as the only free civil legal aid located in northwest Minnesota.
What does that mean?
When someone faces abuse by a partner, eviction from their home, medical issues rendering them unable to work, or legal papers they do not understand and cannot afford to hire an attorney, they may call LSNM.
With offices in Alexandria, Bemidji, and Moorhead, each person eligible for legal aid may talk with a legal advocate/attorney. Depending on the nature of the issue, LSNM may provide general advice, assist in drafting forms, engage in negotiation or litigation, and/or represent at an administrative law or district court hearing.
We are Metro Hope, a residential, Christ-centered, drug and alcohol recovery program serving men, women, and mothers with children. Providing healing and hope for the whole family since 1926. Many of our residents are at the end of their options. Most have exhausted their support systems, lost their homes and are unable to support themselves or their families financially. Many have lost custody of their children and have experienced unemployment and homelessness. At Metro Hope, for a season of their lives, thousands of men and women in our programs have encountered Jesus and the hope He gives. On a daily basis, we are blessed to see people receive His grace, begin walking in His identity and strive to lead productive lives.
Metro Hope is a 501c3 organization that has been working since 1926 to provide real help and lasting hope to people in recovery. We operate New Hope Center and Healing House residential programs, which are the heart of our addiction recovery work. These programs are designed to empower our residents to break the cycle of addiction and homelessness successfully through spiritual, educational, and emotional stability. Metro Hope has programs for men, single women, and women with children.
ABOUT HOMELESS SHELTERS 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