Frogtown and Rondo Neighborhood Housing Resource Guide

Temporary Housing Resources
Supportive and Transitional Housing
Better Futures Enterprises
1017 Olson Memorial Highway
Minneapolis, MN 55405
PH 612.455.6133
E info@betterfutures.net
Housing, employment and coaching for high-risk men.
Catholic Charities- Visitation Place
PH 612-204-8400
1034 Lafond Ave
St. Paul, MN 55104
PH 612-204-8400
Provides supportive, affordable housing to single mothers and their children. Contains 16 apartment units in St. Paul
Christian Restorative Services
Christian Restoration Services, Inc.
Church of the Master’s Love
240 Morgan Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55404
PH (612) 377-2706
F (612) 377-2711
Provides affordable, shared housing for up to 24 months for men and women recently released from corrections.
Families First – Model Cities
PH 651-265-6167
W Families First – Model Cities
Families First Supportive Housing provides safe, affordable, permanent supportive housing for single-parent families who are homeless with a chronic disability. Three sites altogether make up 21 two, three, and four bedroom units. Families only pay 30% of their annual household income towards rent.
Hearth Connection
PH 651-645-0676
2446 University Ave W, Suite 150
St. Paul, MN 55114
Provides affordable housing and supportive services to families to help them gain stable housing and independence.
Jeremiah Program
PH 651-332-5002
E info@jeremiahprogram.org
W Jeremiah Program
Jeremiah Program assists single mothers and their children through safe, stable and affordable housing in a supportive campus environment. Women living in Minneapolis-St. Paul can fill out an application online or contact Jeremiah for more information.
Perspectives
PH 952-926-2600
W Perspectives
Located in St. Louis Park
Perspectives provides a comprehensive supportive housing program for women and their children as well as learning programs for at-risk children. Critical one-to-one case management is provided in order to assist the families in their transition back into the socio-economic mainstream.
Project Quest-Wilder
PH 651-280-2368
Project Quest offers scattered-site housing and support services to families in Ramsey, Dakota, and Washington counties.
RS EDEN
E housingintake@rseden.org
Information-Only Phone:
PH 612-782-2994
Housing options for youth, single people and families are available. All RS EDEN Supportive Housing Developments include on-site case management, employment assistance, sober social activities and referral assistance.
Roof Project-Wilder
PH 651-280-2005
ROOF Project housing and services provided by a collaboration of agencies that provide scattered-site transitional housing to homeless families in Ramsey County.
Sankofa – Model Cities
PH 651-322-8824
W Sankofa – Model Cities
Sankofa provides permanent supportive housing to unaccompanied youth between the ages of 17 and 25 who are either pregnant or parenting a child under the age of 3 years old.
Theresa Living Center and Caroline Family Services
TLC
PH 651-774-5594
917 East Jessamine Ave
St. Paul, MN 55106
CFS
PH 651-772-1344
917 East Jessamine Ave
St. Paul, MN 55106
Theresa Living Center is a residential home for women with or without a child. Applicants are expected to commit to work on job skills and education. Caroline Family Services is a scattered site transitional housing program for women and children. CFS provides support services to families, and rental assistance to those who may be in need.
Emergency Housing
Bethel Hotel - Union Gospel Mission
PH 651-292-1721
435 East University Ave
St. Paul, MN 55101
A shelter for homeless men that provides a bed, a hot meal, and showers.
Catholic Charities
Dorothy Day
PH 651-647-2350
183 Old 6th Street
St. Paul, MN 55102

St. Christopher
PH 651-647-2370
286 Marshall Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55102

St. Paul Residence
PH 651-647-2320
902 Hersey Street
St. Paul, MN 55114
Dorothy Day Women’s Shelter:
Extended drop-in center with 42 beds and supportive services for homeless women

St. Christopher Place:
Provides permanent housing and support services to 70 single men and women.

St. Paul Residence:
Permanent, affordable, supportive housing for 60 single adults who have experienced long-term homelessness.
El Refugio - Casa De Esperanza
PH 651-646-5553
24-Hour Crisis Line
PH 651-772-1611
E info@casadeesperanza.org
Shelter for battered women, serving a large Latina population. Call for more information.
Home Free
PH 783-559-9008
A safe haven for women and children who have needed to flee their homes due to domestic violence.
The Family Place
PH 651-225-9354
244 10th Street East
St. Paul, MN 55101
The Family Place is Ramsey County’s only day shelter for homeless families with children and is the starting point for any family seeking shelter in the county.
Youth Housing
Ain Dah Yung Center
Jason Smith
PH 651-227-4184 x 14
E Jason.smith@adycenter.org
Allison Christopherson
PH 651-227-4184 x 13
E Allison.christopherson@adycenter.org
Provides culturally specific emergency and short-term shelter and supportive services to American Indian children and youth ages 5 to 17 who are homeless, runaway, in a family crisis, or involved with juvenile corrections.
Avenues for Youth
PH 612-522-1690
1708 Oak Park Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55411
Avenues provides shelter and transitional housing for 20 homeless youth ages 16-20, a GLBT Host Home Program which provides transitional housing for 10 GLBT youth, and a Minneapolis and Suburban Host Home Program which provides transitional housing arrangements for 10 homeless youth ages 16-21. Beds are on first come, first served basis. To access any programs, you must call.
Hope Street Emergency Shelter – Catholic Charities
PH 612-204-8211
1121 46th Street E
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Provides short-term emergency shelter to homeless youth, ages 16-20. Hope Street has 16 beds for overnight shelter, also basic needs, counseling, mental health and chemical dependency counseling, and more.
Humphrey Job Corps
PH (800) 733-5627.
1480 N. Snelling Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108
W Humphrey Job Corps
Dormitory Housing is provided as part of this free education and career development program for 16-24 tear olds.
Lutheran Social Service Homeless Youth Services
Susan Phillips
PH 651-644-7739
E susan.phillips@lssmn.org
LSS Metro Homeless Youth Services provides emergency shelter to 16-20 year olds, short-term housing for minor mothers & their children, and transitional housing for youth 16-21 years old.
Mentoring Young Adults (MYA)
Dora Jones
PH 651-489-9094
Safe Zone
PH 651.224.9644
308 Prince Street
W Safe Zone
Homeless youth drop-in center M-F 1:00-8:00; S 1-5. Services available on site
The Bridge for Youth
PH 612-377-8800
1111 W 22nd Street
Minneapolis, MN 55405
The Bridge provides safe, short-term shelter for youths.