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1 Transitional Housing: This is a type of housing program that assists individuals and families moving between emergency shelter stay and permanent housing. Transitional housing may offer support services and typically has a set length of time that individuals and families can stay. Please note: This listing was categorized by the population each program serves. Programs may be listed more than once. Population Served Program Name Program Address Phone Number & Web Site Homeless; Families Families Moving Forward 1808 Emerson Ave. N Minneapolis, MN Capacity Must Call Staff for Availability Scattered site locations. Families may stay for months. Application Process/Requirements Priority is given to families who are homeless and have stayed at the Families Moving Forward shelter. Homeless; Families Homeless; Families Homeless; Families Mary s Place Transitional Apartments Simpson Transitional Program Lutheran Social Services (LSS) Family Transitional th St. North Minneapolis, MN hands.org st Ave South Minneapolis, MN ext LSS Housing Services 2414 Park Ave Minneapolis, MN General Info: Dawn Horgan fully furnished apartments. 60 large family rooms hold 5-10 people; 32 small family rooms hold 3-5 people. Sites are scattered. 12 apartment units for 1-2 parent families with up to 3 children. Maximum length of stay is 1 year. Applicants must have 2 or more children to be eligible. Intake located at th St. N and applicants must bring entire family. Applicants must come from an emergency or domestic violence shelter and have full custody of their kids. Applicants must call to enter a lottery every Tuesday from 12-2 PM. This program is only for participants who are referred through Hennepin County (HC) Rapid Exit. Applicants must have stayed in a HC contracted shelter twice within the past year. Rapid Exit #

2 Homeless; Families Passage Community 17 East 24 th Street Minneapolis, MN Simpson Housing Lottery: apartment units. is 2 years. Applicants must have children under age 11 and be homeless. Call Simpson Housing Lottery every Tuesday from Noon-2 PM. Homeless; Families Zion Originated Outreach Ministry (ZOOM) House Blasdell Ave South Minneapolis, MN Simpson Housing Lottery: unit apartment building houses ten families coming from homeless shelters into our transitional supportive housing program (SHP), six lowincome families in longterm subsidized housing (MARIF), and six families or individuals in marketrate efficiency apartments (MARKET). Applicants must be currently residing in an emergency shelter or in imminent risk of being homeless within 5 days, have dependent children under the age of 12, and be working part-time or attending school. Call Simpson Housing Lottery every Tuesday from Noon-2 PM. Homeless; Families Naomi Family Residence 77 9 th Street East St. Paul, MN family max capacity. Maximum stay is 2 years. Rent depends on the size of the family. Applicants must be female with up to 4 dependent children under 10. Women are required to attend GED classes for this Christian Faith based program. 2

3 Homeless; Families Roof Project 1600 University Avenue St. Paul, MN Scattered site program for men and women ages with children. 1 and 2 bedroom apartment units. Applicants must be residents of Ramsey County, have at least one child in their custody, and be homeless (in a shelter or on the streets). Homeless; Families Lutheran Social Services (LSS) Abaku Transitional LSS Housing Services 2414 Park Ave Minneapolis, MN General Info: Dawn Horgan Locations of apartments are in Blaine MN. They are designed for 1-2 parent families with up to 4 children. Maximum length of stay is 1 year. Applicants must be residents of Anoka County (AC) and be referred from an AC Income Maintenance Housing Advocate. Call their staff at for further assistance. Homeless; Families Rise Incorporated 8406 Sunset Road NE Spring Lake Park, MN Scattered site locations. Applicants must be referred by an Anoka County social worker or family homeless prevention worker. Homeless; Salvation Army Harbor Light Transitional Salvation Army Harbor Light 1010 Currie Ave North Minneapolis, MN Scattered site locations. Applicants must be single (men and women), homeless, and clean and sober

4 Homeless; House of Charity 510 8th St. South Minneapolis, MN Group Residential (GRH) funded program with 116 beds. Applicants are required to have stable employment or receive benefits such as SSI or GA. Applicants accepted through referral and/or Rule 25. Homeless; The Continental Hotel 66 12th Street South Minneapolis, MN Homeless; The Coyle 1801 LaSalle Avenue Minneapolis, MN single room units w/ shared commons. 26 efficiency apartment units w/ kitchenettes. Applicants must be homeless for one full year or four episodes in three years or in another transitional housing program and have income that doesn t exceed 30% of the Area Median Income (AMI). Applicants must be homeless or in another Aeon managed transitional housing program (The Continental or the Lamoreaux) and have income that doesn t exceed 30% of the Area Median Income (AMI). Homeless; Midwest Challenge: Redemption House 3159 Park Avenue Minneapolis, MN Christian-based transitional housing program for men coming from prison, chemical dependency treatment, or homelessness. Applicants should call staff to discuss availability. Applicants should log onto website if available for detailed information and application. 4

5 Homeless; Freedom Place 653 Dale Street North St. Paul, MN placeinc.org Homeless; Emma Norton Residence 670 Robert Street North St. Paul, MN Minimum length of stay is 3 months; maximum This program offers 45 shared and single rooms. This is a Ramsey Country GRH Housing Program. Maximum stay is 2 years. Applicant must be both single men and women. Must have at least three reference of sober. Family house is also available for small family with no more than 2 children. Should call staff to schedule an appointment to apply. Applicants are referred through Ramsey County GRH Housing program based on Mental Health or Chemical Dependency evaluation. Homeless; Mary Hall Housing Program- Single Room Occupancy 438 Main Street St. Paul, MN single, furnished and private rooms. Residents pay 30% of their income for rent. Applicants must stop in to fill out application and call every Monday to keep their name on the waiting list. Current waiting list is 6-9 months. Homeless; Theresa Living Center 917 Jessamine Ave East St. Paul, MN Rent is subsidized at 30% of income. Length of stay is 2 years unless with child, then one year. Applicants must be single women (may have one child under the age of one, or be pregnant), and have some form of income, furthering education or actively seeking job. 5

6 Homeless; YWCA of St. Paul Transitional Housing Program 375 Selby Avenue St. Paul, MN is 2 years. NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AS OF 09/2012 (previously accepted applications may be considered) Mental Illness; Families Sabathani Community Housing th Street East Minneapolis, MN two bedroom apartment units. is 1 year. NO LONGER OFFERING TRANSITIONAL HOUSING w/request TO BE REMOVED FROM LIST. Mental Illness; Families Rise Incorporated 8406 Sunset Road NE Spring Lake Park, MN Mental Illness; Exodus Residence nd Avenue South Minneapolis, MN Scattered site locations. 46 single room occupancy apartment units. Maximum length of stay is 2 years for self pay program. Monthly rent is $360 per month. Applicants must be referred by an Anoka County social worker or family homeless prevention worker. Applicants must be single men or women, and should contact staff to apply. Applications will be accepted again on December 3,

7 Mental Illness; Cabrini Partnership Transitional Housing Program th St. Southeast Minneapolis, MN Group Residential Housing (GRH) program. Minimum length of stay is 3 months; maximum Applicants must be single adults (no children), homeless, have a mental health diagnosis, and at least 30 days of sobriety. Mental Illness; Perspectives Transitional 3381 Gorham Avenue St. Louis Park, MN ext Three 12 unit apartment buildings. Maximum Applicants must be homeless and have at least 3 months of sobriety. Graduates of the program may be eligible to move into Perspectives Supportive Housing Program. Mental Illness; Oasis Residence 6739 Golden Valley Rd. Golden Valley, MN Mental Illness; Carlson-Drake House 5414 Old Shakopee Circle West Bloomington, MN Residential Group Home (GRH) Program with 16 beds for men and women (18+) with a severe and persistent mental health diagnosis. is 3 months. Residential Group Home (GRH) Program with 12 beds for men and women (18+) with a severe and persistent mental health diagnosis. is 3 months Applicants must be referred from a Hennepin County caseworker or a hospital social worker. Applicants must be referred from a Hennepin County caseworker or a hospital social worker. 7

8 Exodus Residence nd Avenue South Minneapolis, MN single room occupancy apartment units. Maximum length of stay is 2 years for self pay program. Monthly rent is $360 per month. Applicants must be single men or women, and should contact staff to apply. Applications will be accepted again on December 3, Salvation Army Harbor Light Transitional Salvation Army Harbor Light 1010 Currie Ave North Minneapolis, MN Various scattered site locations. Applicants must be single (men and women), homeless, and clean and sober Incarnation Family Connections- Wayside Family Treatment 2120 Clinton Ave South Minneapolis, MN Minimum length of stay is 3 months. Applicants must be single women with 1-2 children under age 11, have a Rule 25, and attend a sober living program. Intake should contact Angela Koster at for eligibility. Kateri Residence Stephens Human Services) (St th Avenue South Minneapolis, MN is 2 years. Applicants must be single Native American women with a chemical dependency diagnoses. Children are allowed on a case-by-case basis. Applicants should contact staff for availability and waiting list status. 8

9 Cabrini Partnership Transitional Housing Program th St. Southeast Minneapolis, MN Group Residential Housing (GRH) program. Minimum length of stay is 3 months; maximum Applicants must be single adults (no children), homeless, have a mental health diagnosis, and at least 30 days of sobriety. Midwest Challenge: Redemption House 3159 Park Avenue Minneapolis, MN Christian-based transitional housing program for men coming from prison, chemical dependency treatment, or homelessness. Applicants should call staff to discuss availability. Applicants should log onto website if available for detailed information and application. Freedom Place 653 Dale Street North St. Paul, MN placeinc.org Minimum length of stay is 3 months; maximum Applicant must be both single men and women. Must have at least three reference of sober. Family house is also available for small family with no more than 2 children. Should call staff to schedule an appointment to apply. Perspectives Transitional 3381 Gorham Avenue St. Louis Park, MN ext Three 12 unit apartment buildings. Maximum Applicants must be homeless and have at least 3 months of sobriety. Graduates of the program may be eligible to move into Perspectives Supportive Housing Program. 9

10 Disability; Dakota Woodlands 3430 Westcott Woodlands Eagan, MN bedrooms in a Group Residential Housing (GRH) Program. Homeless shelter serving single mothers and single disabled women without children. Applicants must be referred by a Dakota County (DC) social worker or the DC Supportive Housing Unit. Domestic Violence; Families Tubman Family Alliance Transitional Housing Program st Avenue South Minneapolis, MN Multiple transitional housing units throughout the Twin Cities. Apartments house 10 families and one shared unit for 4 single women. New site to be opened on 11/01/2012. Maximum Waiting list is currently closed with possibility to open in 6 months to one year. Applicants must be fleeing a domestic violence situation and should contact staff for further information. Applicants may not have an unlawful detainer to qualify. Domestic Violence; Families Cornerstone 1000 East 80 th Street Bloomington, MN (Michelle) Program fee is $250 per month. Maximum length of stay is 2 years. Applicants must be fleeing a domestic violence situation and be willing to participate in support services. Updated 10/

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