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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 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.

Weatherization Assistance Program — Free home energy upgrades to income-eligible homeowners and renters.

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.

Rebuilding Together — Non-profit that provides home repairs at no cost to low-income folks in the metro area who are seniors, disabled, veterans, and/or families with children under the age of 18. Mechanical repairs, electrical, plumbing, roofs, ramps, grab bars, etc. Call 651-776-4273 to request an application.

RentHelpMN — Program was created to help Minnesotans who have fallen behind on their rent or fear that could happen. Find out if you qualify and get ready to apply. (Currently working with renters who owe back rent; phase two will expand eligibility.)

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 Center612-767-9737 — 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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