Advocacy and Case Management

Advocacy and Case Management

Caroline Family Services

917 E. Jessamine Ave.

651-772-1344

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

651-645-0349

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

651-646-8342

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

651-789-2500

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

651-222-5863

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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