Minneapolis College, Minneapolis College Student Support Center or Minnesota State are not affiliated with any of the properties listed here. Additionally, they are not endorsing any of the properties listed within this document.
We are not responsible for your interactions with these properties. This information is provided on an informational basis in order to provide students assistance with obtaining housing. Additionally, the Minneapolis College Student Support Center does not guarantee these listings are still available. Students are responsible for interacting with property owners and managers as well as determining availability and eligibility.
- Caroline Family Services | 917 Jessamine Ave E, St Paul, MN 55106 | (651) 772-1344
Single women and their children living in shelter. Have scattered sites with rental subsidies
Coordinated Entry System | (612) 348-4111
County's approach to organizing and providing housing services for people experiencing homelessness in Hennepin County.
Cornerstone Advocacy Service | 1000 E 80th St, Bloomington, MN 55420 | (952) 884-0376
Single-parent families affected by domestic violence
Dakota Woodlands | 3430 Wescott Woodlands, St. Paul, MN 55123 | (651) 456-9110
Pathway to sustainable and independent housing for homeless women and families
East Metro Place | 3521 Century Ave N White Bear Lake, MN | (651) 773-8401
Transitional housing unit for homeless families with children
Emma Norton Residence | 670 Robert St N, St. Paul, MN 55101 | (651) 224-1329
Affordable supportive housing for women with children
Supports women with chemical dependency or mental health problems.
Emma’s Place | 2163 Van Dyke St, Maplewood, MN 55109 | (651)-773-0516
Multi-family supportive housing development, designed for large single-parent families
Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota | 2485 Como Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108 | (651) 642-5990
Offers affordable housing options in the Minneapolis - St.Paul metropolitan area
- Serve families who have experienced homelessness in the Twin Cities, Brainerd and St. Cloud areas.
Model Cities of St. Paul | 839 University Ave W, St. Paul, MN 55104 | (651) 632-8350
Supportive Housing services to homeless families experiencing numerous barriers including multiple episodes of homelessness, mental health, chemical dependency and domestic violence.
Naomi's Family Center | 77 9th St E, St. Paul, MN 55101 | (651) 222-7962
Women and their children affected by domestic violence
Project for Pride in Living | 1035 East Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55404 | (612) 455-5100
For individuals and families who have faced complex challenges, including homelessness, a disability, chemical dependency, or a criminal background.
People Serving People Inc. | 614 S 3rd St, Minneapolis, MN 55415 | (612) 332-4500
Ten 2-bedroom apartments provide affordable housing to families with multi-level barriers to self-sufficiency.
Perspectives Family | 3381 Gorham Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55426 | (952) 926-2600
Homeless/recovering/dually-diagnosed women and their children;
those listed by Hennepin County as the “hardest to serve”.
RS EDEN Supportive Housing | 1931 West Broadway Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55411 | (612)-782-2994
Offers sober, supportive, permanent family housing.
- Serves homeless, chronic and long term homeless, economically disadvantaged families who experience a disability.
- affordable, safe, and supportive housing throughout the Twin Cities. Offer recovery-focused, transformative opportunities for residents to achieve personal goals, increase skills and income, integrate with the community, and stabilize housing.
Sabathani Community Center | 310 E 38th St #200, Minneapolis, MN 55409 | (612) 821-2300
Housing for seniors
Simpson Housing Services | 2740 1st Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408 | (612) 874-0306
Homeless families in shelters or facing eviction
- Provides rental subsidies
Theresa Living Center | 917 Jessamine Ave E, St. Paul, MN 55106 | (651) 774-5594
Provides transitional housing, rapid re-housing, and support services to women and single-parent families who are striving to move from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Tubman | 3111 1st Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408 | (612) 825-3333
Shelter for single women experiencing domestic violence
Vail Place | 23 9th Ave S, Hopkins, MN 55343 | (952) 938-9622
Helps people with serious mental illnesses get back on their feet by providing connections to essential services, supports, and resources.
- Provide employment, housing, wellness, and social programs
Wayside House | 1349 Jersey Avenue South, St. Louis Park, MN 55426 | (651) 242-5540
Provides gender specific chemical dependency and mental health treatment to women in a safe and nurturing environment.
Wayside Incarnation Program | 2120 Clinton Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404 | (612) 871-0099
A family treatment program where women can live with their children 11 and younger while receiving substance abuse treatment and family/children services.
Programs for Singles
Ascension Place, Inc. | 1803 Bryant Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55411 | (612) 588-0861
A transitional housing program for women in the Near North neighborhood of Minneapolis.
Providing 24 hour support during crisis, recovery, and transition.
Breaking Free | 770 University Ave, W Saint Paul, MN 55104 | (651) 645-6557
Permanent housing program houses women (and their children) who participate in and complete the Women's programming.
Bristol Place | 412 Ridgewood Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55403 | (612) 871-0805
Limited supportive housing for adults with mental healthneeds
Dakota Woodlands | 3430 Wescott Woodlands, St. Paul, MN 55123 | (651) 456-9110
Provides shelter and supportive services to homeless women and families.
Glenwood Residence | 173 Glenwood Avenue North Minneapolis, MN 55405 | (612) 204-8405
Permanent housing for those with severe alcohol substance use disorder, health care screenings, case management and structured goal planning
House of Charity | 510 S 8th St, Minneapolis, MN 55404 | (612) 594-2000
House of Charity’s Housing Programs provide various lengths of stay and levels of service to single adults who are working to attain suitable long-term housing. With staff support, clients tackle the barriers that keep them from maintaining housing stability.
Juel Fairbanks | 806 N Albert St, St. Paul, MN 55104 | (651) 644-6204
Housing options for chemically dependent men and women
- Primarily serves Native Americans
Kateri Residence | 2408 4th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55404 | (612) 871-0477
Safe and sober housing to American Indian women recovering from chemical dependency. Kateri blends traditional methods such as AA and 12-step with a focus on American Indian culture and spirituality as a means of healing
Metro Women's Center | 6418 Bass Lake Rd, Crystal, MN 55428 | (763) 533-8642
A support home is a private, family home where a woman, age 18 or older, can stay during her pregnancy and for up to 4 – 6 weeks after the birth of her child.
Minnesota Recovery Connection | Contact | 612-584-4158
MRC envisions a world where recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs is understood, promoted, embraced, and enjoyed and where all who seek it have access to the support, care, and resources they need to achieve long-term recovery. Who We Are: MRC is a Recovery Community Organization serving the seven county metro area of Minnesota and supporting recovery communities in both St. Cloud and Duluth.
Next Step Housing | 1803 Bryant Ave N, Minneapolis, MN, 55411-3212 | (763) 205-4167
A permanent supportive housing program for women and families in Hennepin County that provides site-based or scattered site housing, intensive case management, landlord assistance, and crisis prevention.
Our Saviour’s Housing | 2219 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404 | (612) 872-4193
Provide dignified shelter and supportive resources, as well as transitional and permanent supportive housing.
- Families receive priority
RS Eden Single Adult Housing | 719 E. 16th Street, Minneapolis | (612) 782-2994
Serves homeless, economically disadvantaged single men and women who are living with a disability.
Serves homeless and long-term homeless, economically disadvantaged single adults who experience a disability
Sarah’s Oasis | 1884 Randolph Ave, St. Paul, MN 55105 | (651) 696-8642
Sarah’s welcomes women from all over the world who are without resources or support and have survived violence, abuse, torture, war, discrimination and trauma.
St. Anne’s Place | 2634 Russell Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55411 | (612) 521-2128
An emergency shelter in the Jordan neighborhood of North Minneapolis for women and children experiencing extreme poverty and homelessness.
St. Christopher Place | 286 Marshall Ave, St Paul, MN 55102 | (651) 647- 2370
Permanent supportive, affordable housing, assistance and services for 71 low income men and women in Saint Paul who have been experiencing homelessness.
Tasks Unlimited | 2419 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55404 | (612) 871-3320
Tasks Unlimited provides supported employment, housing and recovery services for people with mental illness so that they achieve a full life with the rights and responsibilities of adults in our society.
Theresa Living Center | 917 Jessamine Ave E, St. Paul, MN 55106 | (651) 774-5594
Help women and single-parent families move from homelessness to stability and self-sufficiency.
Transformation House | 1410 S Ferry Road Anoka MN, 55303 | (763) 427-7155
Provide chemical treatment and housing for men and women struggling with multiple patterns of drug and alcohol abuse.
Turning Point | 1500 Golden Valley Rd, Minneapolis, MN 55411 | (612) 520-4004
Housing program prevents homelessness by providing longand short-term housing to clients and the community. Group residential, supportive and low-income housing options are available. Clients also have access to supportive services through the Culturally Specific Service Center.
- Aeon Management | 901 N 3rd St #150, Minneapolis, MN 55401 | (612) 341-3148
Provide affordable apartment and homes for individuals and families.
Alliance Housing Inc | 2309 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404 | (612) 870-2267
Alliance’s work makes it possible for individuals and families to create homes for themselves, regardless of income and background by developing and managing housing that is inclusive, affordable, relational, and flexible.
Commonbond Housing | 1080 Montreal Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55116 | (612) 291-1750
Affordable homes and apartments for individuals and families.
Evergreen Residence | 177 Glenwood Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55405 | (612) 204-8406
88 units of single room occupancy, permanent housing for independent, single adults, recreational activities, with access to Narcotics Anonymous meetings.
Grandmarc Seven Corners | 1849 Washington Ave South, Minneapolis, MN 55454 | (612) 333-4567
Live close. Live college. Just 6 minutes from campus, GrandMarc Seven Corners is one of the premiere student housing choices at MCTC. Get the lifestyle you want with our spacious, fully furnished apartments featuring private bedroom and bathroom floor plans, 24-hour, state-of-the-art fitness center, Academic Success Center and more! Our professional on-site management and staff are dedicated to serving your needs and helping you enjoy your college experience at Minneapolis Community & Technical College. Use Promo Code MPLSCOLLEGE for $0 Down. Visit our website to learn more.
Housing Link | Contact HousingLink | 612-747-4862 ext. 102
HousingLink is Minnesota's primary source for affordable housing-related openings, data, information, and resources. The mission of HousingLink is "to improve people's lives through information expanding their affordable rental choices." To accomplish this we operate our award-winning website where anyone can search for affordable rental housing vacancies and waiting list openings in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Twin Cities suburbs, and throughout all of Minnesota.
Project for Pride in Living | 1925 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404 | (612) 455-5300
PPL Housing features newly constructed buildings, renovated classic buildings, apartments, and homes ranging in size from efficiencies to 5 bedrooms, 2 and 3 bedroom town homes, and locations near public transportation.
Avenues for Youth | 1708 Oak Park Avenue North | (612) 522-1690
Avenues has supported youth ages 16-24 in Hennepin County. Whether a young person needs someplace to stay for just one night, or a year and a half, Avenues empowers youth to find their path out of homelessness. We do that by providing a stable home, building trusting relationships, and navigating the youth’s education, career, health and wellness and housing goals.
Booth Brown House | 1471 Como Ave. W. St. Paul, MN 55108 | 651-646-2601
A safe place for youth to turn when they have nowhere elseto go. The Homeless Youth Overnight Shelter provides help for 18 to 21 year-olds, while the Foyer Housing program helps vulnerable or disadvantaged youth, ages 16 to 24, transition from dependence to independence.
The Bridge For Youth | 1111 W 22nd St, Minneapolis, MN 55405 | (612) 377-8800
The Bridge is a safe and welcoming place for youth ages 10 - 17 in the Twin Cities who have no one to turn to, nowhere to go. With a dedicated staff and strong support from the community, we help hundreds of youth get off the street, into safe shelter, and on to a better life.
Hope Street | 1121 E 46th St, Minneapolis, MN 55407 | (612) 204-8211
Provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing for youth 16 to 20-years-old experiencing homelessness.
LSS Life Haven | 325 Jenks Ave E, St. Paul, MN 55130 | (651) 776-9805
Transitional Living Program for Teen Moms.
LSS Youth Outreach | 2485 Como Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108 | (612) 354-3345
LSS street outreach helps to provide youth with resources and guidance to make safer choices and support them in next steps on the path to stability. Street outreach provides referrals to shelter, housing, employment, mental health services, and other various resources that a youth may be looking for.
Rezek House | (651) 644-7739
A unique 2-year transitional living program for homeless youth ages 16-21
YouthLink | 41 N 12th St, Minneapolis, MN 55403 | (612) 252-1200
Located in downtown Minneapolis, YouthLink works with homeless youth, ages 16-23, across the Twin Cities.
Hennepin County provides varieties off services to its residents such as:
- Low-income housing
- Health care
- Emergency Assistance
Chat with us now! Phone: 612-543-3796
Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County
Provides programs and services that provide opportunities to community members that will help identify and overcome economic barriers such as Energy Assistance, Water Assistance, Food Support, Financial Literacy, Car Program and Full Cycle homeownership Services.
Visit the Community Action Partnership website.
Hennepin County Emergency housing assistance due to COVID-19
Hennepin County residents who have been financially harmed by COVID-19 may qualify for emergency assistance to help with rent and other housing costs.
Please view website for more details.
Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid
For more than 100 years, Legal Aid has provided access to the legal system for Minnesota’s most vulnerable citizens. With the support of thousands of Minnesotans like you, we’ve stood with them to defend their basic rights for safety, shelter, food, health care, and education. Together, we are changing lives. We provide free lawyers to people facing the loss of their homes, those who have landlords discriminating against them, sexually harassing them, or whose properties have unsafe and unhealthy conditions.
Visit the Mid-America Legal Aid website.
- Adult Shelter Connect | Contact | 612-248-2350
Adult Shelter Connect helps individuals connect to open shelter beds at homeless shelters for single adults (age 18 or over) in Hennepin County. Individuals can call 612-248-2350 if they are in need of shelter. Our phones are open Monday-Friday 10-5:30 and Saturday-Sunday 1-5:30. Individuals can also call after 7:30 pm every night of the week.
- Day One | Contact | Phone: 1-866-223-1111 | Text: 612-399-9995
One Call, One Result: Your Safety. If you’re being hurt or abused, The Minnesota Day One Crisis Hotline assists you to get help, get safe, and get support. One call connects you with an advocate trained in supporting victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking who can help you find a shelter and the services you need in your area.
- Greater Twin Cities United Ways | Phone: 211
2-1-1 offers information on a broad range of services including: Food and housing support; Mental health and substance abuse resources; Legal assistance; Youth programs; Medical and dental clinics; Job training opportunities; Household items
- St. Stephen’s Ending Homelessness | 612.874.0311
Minneapolis and St. Paul Handbook for shelters, food, Public Assistance, Health Care, Employment, and more.