Housing

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Find Shelter (HUD.gov) – Searchable map tool to assist in finding shelter services.

Ain Dah Yung Center — The Emergency Shelter provides culturally specific emergency shelter to American Indian youth who are homeless, runaway, in a family crisis, or involved with juvenile corrections. For referral information please contact Marissa Hojnacke, Shelter Case Manager at 651-227-4184 or email: marissa.hojnacke@adycenter.org

Adult Shelter Connect612-248-2350 — Reservations for Adult Shelters in the Twin cities. Over the phone only, no walk-ins.

Avenues — Avenues operates two shelter and transitional living programs. Minneapolis Avenues, in North Minneapolis, provides emergency shelter and housing in a welcoming and youth-driven environment.

Beacon Shelter Hotline888-234-1329 — If you have an immediate need for shelter, call the Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative Shelter Hotline.

Hennepin County Emergency Assistance — Residents in Hennepin County who have been financially harmed by COVID-19 may qualify for emergency rental assistance.

HOME Line 612-728-5767 — Provides free and low-cost legal, organizing, education, and advocacy services so that tenants throughout Minnesota can solve their own rental housing problems.

Housing Help MN211 — MN COVID housing assistance program for tenants and homeowners. The funding can be applied towards rent, mortgage, utilities, home insurance, and other housing related expenses.

Housing Link — A big sortable list of supportive & transitional housing in Minnesota.

The Link — Support for youth and young families who are experiencing homelessness.

Minnesota Energy Assistance Program1-800-657-3710 — Helps pay home energy costs for low-income households.

Phumulani612-251-9421 — Phumulani is a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing domestic violence and sexual abuse in communities of color throughout Minnesota and the nation. Call 612-251-9421 if you or another woman you know is facing homelessness or need urgent supplies.

Simpson Housing612-874-8683 — Housing, support, and advocacy for people experiencing homelessness.

Small Sums 651-242-9441 — Small Sums’ sole purpose is to help homeless individuals, who have found jobs, with the specific things that they need to start back to work.

St. Stephen’s612-874-0311 — Provides street outreach, shelter, and supportive housing.

Tenant Resource Center612-302-3180 — Resource Hub for Hennepin County Residents who have financial issues with housing due to Covid-19.

Tubman612-825-0000 — Crisis resource line, family violence shelter, housing for youth in crisis and emergency legal services. Referrals required and/or fees associated with some services.

Twin Cities Solidarity Network — Mutual defense group of workers and tenants that deals with problems with landlords and bosses, and also helps people organize and strengthen unions and tenant associations.

Union Gospel Mission — Food + shelter, addiction recovery, mental health resources, education / job training, stated mission is to help people facing homelessness find a way off the streets for good.

ZACAH — Support for Minnesotans facing poverty and the threat of displacement and unsheltered homelessness, especially from marginalized religious, socioeconomic and ethnic communities.

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