Transitional Housing

Beverly Benjamin Youth Lodge

1212 Raymond Ave

651-632-8923

Transitional housing promoting self-sufficiency for up to 6 youth ages 16-20

Geared for Native American youth in need of long-term housing.  Independent living skills and job search assistance provided.

Breaking Free

www.breakingfree.net

PO Box 4366 Saint Paul, MN 55104

651-645-6557

Serves prostituted women and girls

Caroline Family Services

917 E Jessamine Ave

651-772-1344

M-F 8am-5pm (call for apts)

A scattered-site transitional housing program for homeless single parents with children.  One-to-one case management support for program participants and referrals to community resources; some rental assistance available for participants.

 

Catholic Charities-Mary Hall

Supportive housing Program and SRO rentals

438 Main Street

651-647-2340

Supportive housing program with case management services for up to two years for single men and women over 18 years of age who are homeless.  Single Room Occupancy units are available for single adult men and women who meet section 8 eligibility with annual income less than $29,350 and are homeless.  SRO units have a month-to-month lease.

Fill out an application at Mary Hall.  You then need to call 651-647-3211 every Monday in order to keep your application active or else you’ll be moved to the bottom of the list.  If you don’t call two consecutive Mondays, you then are removed from the waiting list altogether.

Rent will not exceed 30% of your income.  Need to come up with $100 to move in.

Cornerstone Transitional Housing

www.cornerstonemn.org

1000 E 80th St, Bloomington MN 55420

952-884-0376

Serves women experiencing domestic abuse and their children who are in imminent danger.

Emma Norton Services

670 North Robert Street

651-224-1329

Housing up to 2 years from women who have no children living with them.

Call for an appointment, must have a referral from Ramsey County Mental Health or Chemical Dependency services.

3 meals a day, one on one counseling to address basic living skills and other needs, and to plan where to go next.

East Metro Women’s Council

www.emwc.org

651-773-8401

Provides housing, rental assistance and support services for homeless and low-income families in Ramsey and Washington counties.  Central belief is that education and skilled job training is fundamental to families’ economic stability.

Emerge Community Development Housing Villages

2020 Elliot AveS Minneapolis,MN55404

612-435-1529

612-522-9166

www.emerge-mn.org

Emma’s Place

2163 Van Dyke, Maplewood

651-747-8766

Permanent housing for single parents with 3 or more children who are homeless.  13 3- or 4-bedroom townhomes available.

Jackson Street Village

Wilder Housing Services

www.wilder.org/530.0html

1497 Jackson Street,Saint Paul,MN55117

651-558-5980

Permanent supportive housing to homeless or precariously housed Ramsey County families who are formally chemically dependent or facing mental health issues.

Jeremiah Program

612-692-8711

Provides safe affordable housing, developmental childcare, Life Skills programming, individual coaching and Empowerment training to help single mothers and children break the cycle of poverty and allow mothers complete their education and secure employment at a livable wage within their career path.  Main requirement is being enrolled in an education program, approved on a case-by-case basis.

Juel Fairbanks Chemical Dependency Services

806 North Albert St

651-644-6204

Residential stepdown treatment program for males; outpatient treatment for men and women M, T and H from 9am-noon; two GRH housing facilities for men with treatment services and care management; treatment and support program with case management for males and females; rule 25 assessments and case management.

LSS Life Haven

325 Jenks

651-776-9805

90-day transitional living program for homeless teen mothers, ages 16-17, and their children.  Residents must have a child that is in their custody or be in their third trimester.

Call for info, Guardian permission is required within 24 hours of intake.  Provides parenting & life skills classes, 3 meals, private room.

LSS Rezek House

501 Asbury St.

651-644-7739

Two-year transitional living program for homeless youth in Ramsey County, 16-21.

Rent is 30% of income, some rental subsidies are available.

Model Cities Family Development Center

www.modelcities.org

839 University Ave

651-632-8353

Transitional and permanent housing for homeless families with dependent children.

Case management, support groups, assistance setting up goals for education, job training…

Naomi Family Residence

77 E 9th St

651-222-7962

Provides transitional housing for up to 2 years for women and their children.  Rent depends on the size of family.  School is provided for both children and participants through admission to Naomi.

For women 18+ in a crisis situation; may have up to 4 children who are 12 or younger.

New Foundations Supportive Housing Program

Crestview Apartments

1145 Westminster Street,Saint Paul,MN55130

651-771-7565

Permanent supportive housing and on-site services for dually diagnosed adults in recovery and their families.

Project Quest

451 Lexington Parkway N,Saint PaulMN55104

651-280-2000

Permanent supportive housing program serving families with the most challenging circumstances by offering intensive service delivery in partnership with community agencies.  Referrals for Ramsey Countydesignated to four sources that have contact with families experiencing homelessness: Title I – Homeless Student Liaison for St. Paul Schools; Ramsey County Family Homeless Shelters – the Family Place and Maplewood Service Center; Ramsey County Child Protection; and Ramsey County Domestic Violence Shelters – Women’s Advocates and Eagles’ Nest.

The ROOF project

http://www.wilder.org/359.0.html

Eligible families include a homeless family who is living on the street or in an emergency shelter, or who would be living on the street or in an emergency shelter without SHP assistance.  Project goals include obtaining permanent housing, improvement of employment skills and/or income, regular school attendance for children, and greater self-determination.  Contact Deborah Mitchell at 651-280-2370

St. Anthony-St. Paul Residence: Catholic Charities

902 Hersey

651-647-2320

A board-and-lodge facility for chronically inebriated men.  Must be referred by county to guarantee MSA payments.

Salvation Army Harbor Light Center

1010 Currie Ave, Mpls

612-767-3109; Veterans should call 612-767-3100 x3144

Structured sober transitional housing for men and women recovering from chemical dependency or chronic homelessness.  Additional programming available for veterans.

Simpson Housing Services

www.simpsonhousing.org

2100 Pillsbury Ave S,Minneapolis,MN55404

612-874-8683

Call on Tuesdays between 12 and 2pm to be included in lottery (if there are openings).

Theresa Living Center

917 E Jessamine Ave

651-774-5594

Housing from 4-24 months for single women 18 and up; may be pregnant or have one child 1 year old and under; must be sober/drug-free for 3 months and have some form of income.  Rent is 30% of income and women expected to save 10% of income for future housing.  Residents must participate in goal setting and budget setting and be active 30 hours/wk; perform chores; buy and cook own food; each has own private room; all other is common space.

Tubman Family Alliance Transitional Program

www.stopfamilyviolence.com

3111 1st Ave S Minneapolis MN 55408

612-767-6639

Waitlist

Serves homeless women in shelter who are experiencing domestic abuse and their children.

Union Gospel Mission

435 E University Ave

651-789-7597

Units at UGM: $145/month for a small single room or $180/mo for larger room.  Minimal program requirements and a waiting list

 

Visitation Place

www.ccspm.org/services

1034 Lafond AveSaint Paul, MN 55104

651-224-8547 ext 11

Serves low income single parents and their children.

YWCA

Ywcaofstpaul.org/housing

375 Selby

651-293-9296

Transitional housing up to two years for homeless single women with no more than 4 dependent children under age 18.  Must have set income, and be committed to working or going to school 30 hours/week.  Must meet HUD criteria for homelessness.

Call intake for openings.  Must have 3 months sobriety, drug or alcohol use prohibited in the program.  Rent is 30% of income

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