Advocacy and Case Management

Advocacy and Case Management

Caroline Family Services

917 E. Jessamine Ave.


M-F 8am-5pm

A transitional housing program for homeless one-parent families.  One-to-one case management support for program participants and referrals to community resources.

Keystone Community Services

2000 St.Anthony


Case management to homebound disabled and improve living skills and current situation.  Referrals and follow-up.  ECFE, Head Start also provided.

Metropolitan Center for Independent Living

1600 University Ave W #16


M-F 8am-5pm

Works with people with disabilities to help them gain a more independent life through life skills classes and one-on-one meetings to discuss goals and develop plans to accomplish the goals.

Neighborhood House

179 Robie St. E


M-F 9am-5pm by appointment only; some evening appointments are available.

Intake process: Done by staff person whenever one uses any of the programs at Neighborhood House to assess needs.

Provides: Individual or family counseling/case management to meet basic needs (not clinical counseling).  Assessment and referrals can be made.

Project HOPE

Southern MN Regional Legal Services

55 E 5th St, #400


Intake Hours: M and F, 9am-12:30pm; W 1-4pm.  Walk-in basis only.  No phone intake.

Advocacy for poor and homeless people.  This includes assistance and advocacy in finding permanent housing; assistance dealing with landlords and unlawful detainers; referrals and information; referrals for mental health assessments; working with landlords to prevent evictions.  Must live in Ramsey County.

Salvation Army Social Services

Eastside: 1019 Payne Ave, 651-776-2653

St. PaulCitadel: 401 W 7th, 651-224-6946

Lakewood Social Services:

2080 Woodlynn Ave, Maplewood, 651-779-9177

M-F 8am-noon and 1-4pm

Case management services to help individuals move toward self-sufficiency

Hygiene items, referrals for clothing and clothing vouchers, some furniture assistance.  Can help once a year with prescriptions that are necessary for survival. Payne Avelocation also has a family mentoring program that helps families make positive life changes leading to self-sufficiency.  At St. Paul Citadel, classes are offered in the areas of financial budgeting, credit restoration, tenant housing rights and more.


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