Online resource to assist youth and young adults with finding emergency and short-term shelter, access to basic needs, food, education, assistance with pregnancy and parenting, health and wellness support including emotional and mental health, employment opportunities and a connection to other resource hotlines in the Twin Cities Metro Area. Find what you are looking for at https://ysnmn.org/
St. Stephens Human Services
Current programming includes street outreach, shelter, and supportive housing for Hennepin County residents who have been referred through the Coordinated Entry System. Check out their “Get Help” page for resources pertaining to a number of housing-related situations that residents may be experiencing: https://ststephensmpls.org/get-help or 612-874-0311.
VEAP offers support applying for financial assistance and find housing stability. they also have limited direct support, visit website for more information. They have a focus on helping the undocumented community and seniors, but anyone can apply for help. https://veap.org/
Simpson Housing helps thousands of people experiencing homelessness find the housing, support, and shelter they need in times of personal crisis. Their programs include: -Emergency overnight shelter for men and women -Stable and supportive housing for individuals and families -Specialized programming including case management for youth designed to break the cycle of generational poverty and homelessness. More information can be found at www.simpsonhousing.org or 612-874-8683
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
Public housing was established to provide decent and safe rental housing for eligible low-income families, the elderly and persons with disabilities. HUD administers federal aid to local housing agencies (HAs) that manage housing for low-income residents at rents they can afford. https://www.hud.gov/states/minnesota
Hennepin County Housing Stabilization/Homelessness Programs
The programs assist individuals who are homeless and in shelter. The program helps participants move into safe, affordable housing and provides case management services to obtain basic needs. For more information call 952-933-9639.
Whittier Alliance 10 East 25th Street Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404