Resource Guide | Housing and Shelters Dakota County Health & Family

Resource Guide | Housing and Shelters
Dakota County Health & Family
Catholic Charities
Dakota Woodlands
Mendota Rd., #240,
West St. Paul, MN 55118
1200 2nd Ave S., Minneapolis, MN 55403
612-204-8500
3430 Wescott Woodlands, Eagan, MN
55123
651-437-3191 (main number)
www.cctwincities.org
651-456-9110
www.co.dakota.mn.us/HealthFamily
• Housing and emergency services
www.dakotawoodlands.org
• One stop site for departments and
phone numbers including:
• Children and family services
• S helter for homeless women and their
families in Dakota County
Healthy living
• Advocacy
for the needs of those living
in poverty
Public assistance
• Serve those in need regardless of faith
Job search assistance
Parenting help
Personal finance
Community Development
Agency
Child care
1228 Town Centre Dr., Eagan, MN 55121
Child support
651-675-4400
Child protection
• T he Dakota County CDA administers
a variety of programs for low and
moderate income rental households:
Adult protection
• F amilies can stay as long as necessary
to move into homes of their own
• Intakes are done through the Dakota
County Supportive Housing Unit.
Homeless women should not call
Dakota Woodlands
Dakota County Supportive
Housing
1 Mendota Rd., #240
West St. Paul, MN 55118
Mental health
Family townhomes
651-554-5751
Chemical health
Senior housing
Adoption
Scattered site public housing
Foster care
Rental assistance
24 hr Metro Shelter Hotline
1-888-234-1329
(24/7 link for homeless callers)
Emergency preparedness
Health services
Senior services
People with disabilities
Veteran services
B. Robert Lewis House
24/7 Sexual Assault Hotline:
651-405-1500
651-452-7288 – Eagan
651-437-1291 - Hastings
• Provides safe housing, support, and
advocacy to survivors of domestic
abuse and sexual assault
• Call for directions to Eagan or Hastings
sites
Resource helpful hints & tips
• I f you are in an emergency
situation, call 911.
• H
ave paper and pencil ready so
you can take notes during the
phone call (write down your
appointment time, what you need
to bring, is there a fee, etc)
•W
rite down any questions you
need answered before you call
www.co.dakota.mn.us/HealthFamily/
PublicAssistance/Types/Pages/housingrent.aspx
• D
akota County assists eligible
residents and their families in securing
housing and accessing supportive
services to maintain housing
• Families experiencing or at risk of
homelessness in Dakota County can
contact the Supportive Housing Unit
• S
ingle adults experiencing or at risk
of homelessness in Dakota County
should contact the CAP Agency at
651-322-3500 or Cenneidigh/KCQ at
651-287-0956
• b
e sure to get the name of
the person you contact and if
possible, their direct phone
number
• G
et a pocket folder to keep all
your information organized
(checks, rent receipts, etc)
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Resource Guide | Housing and Shelters
Dorothy Day Center
Lincoln Place
St. Stephen’s Shelter (Men only)
183 Old 6th St., St. Paul, MN 55102
1997 Gold Trail, Eagan, MN 55122
651-647-2350
651-209-1681
2211 Clinton Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN
55404
www.osjspm.org/DorothyDayCenter
thelinkmn.org/lincoln-place
612-874-9292
• Catholic Charities emergency shelter
for single homeless men and women
(separate floors)
• S erves homeless and/or disabled at-risk
young adults ages 18-24
www.ststephensmpls.org
Families Moving Forward
1808 Emerson Ave., N., Minneapolis, MN
55411
612-529-2185
www.porticocollaborative.org
• Families Moving Forward is a program
of PORTICO Interfaith Housing
Collaborative
•V
olunteers from 43 hosting
congregations throughout the Twin
Cities provide overnight shelter, meals
and hospitality for up to 8 families, or
about 30 parents and children, every
week of the year
• St. John Neumann Catholic Church in
Eagan hosts 3 times a year
The Minnesota Multi Housing
Association (MHA) Renters
Hotline
9562-858-8222
www.mmha.com
612-728-5767
www.homelinemn.org
• Provides renters throughout Minnesota
with legal information regarding their
rights as tenants
Housing Link
612-522-2500
www.housinglink.org
• hList is an online service where anyone
can search for affordable rental housing
vacancies and waiting list openings
in Twin Cities and suburbs, and
throughout all of Minnesota
• T he lottery is held at Simpson Shelter: 2740 First Avenue S., Minneapolis
54408. Enter the 28th Street door. You
must arrive between 5:45 pm - 6:30 pm
• M
HA’s landlord/tenant hotline
provides pre-recorded information on
security deposits, leases, giving notice,
discrimination and other topics related
to rental statutes and rights
• E mployment and savings programs
and intensive advocacy to help guests
attain housing • I f your question is not answered within
the recording, leave a message
612-332-4500
MN Housing Finance Agency
400 Sibley Street, #30, St. Paul, MN 55101
651-296-7608 or 1-800-657-3769
[email protected]
Homeline hotline
• S ober shelter. Every Monday night a
lottery is held jointly by St. Stephen’s
Shelter, Our Saviour’s Shelter, and Simpson Shelter
State’s affordable housing bank,
offering products and services to help
Minnesotans buy and fix up homes
• First time home buyers
• Foreclosure assistance
• Home improvement loans
Missionaries of Charity Home
1500 E. 24th St., Minneapoilis, MN 55404
612-721-8614
People Serving People
www.peopleservingpeople.org
• P
rovides emergency housing and
community services that assist
families experiencing homelessness
in becoming self-sufficient and
reconnected with the community
• A safe, secure, sober environment
Sharing & Caring Hands
525 North 7th St., Minneapolis, MN 55405
612-338-4640
www.sharingandcaringhands.org
• P
rovides a host of services that include
food, clothing, shelter, transportation
assistance, medical, and dental help
• M
ary’s place shelter is transitional
housing for women and children
• N
o cost home for pregnant women
needing shelter
•W
omen and children may stay while
pregnant and 1 month after birth.
No boys over age 5
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Resource Guide | Housing and Shelters
Simpson Women’s Shelter
Simpson Men’s Shelter
2740 1st Ave S., Minneapolis, MN 55408
612-874-8683
• Emergency shelters for men and
women (separated by gender)
• Permanent, subsidized, supportive
rental housing for single adults who
have been homeless long-term, with
a unique focus on the needs of single
women
• Men must attend the lottery on
Monday night at 6 pm
•W
omen must attend the women’s
shelter lottery on Wednesday afternoon
at 3 pm to receive a bed for 28 nights.
There are also a small number of beds
available on a nightly basis
• Shelter hours: Daily 6 pm to 7 am. All
guests must leave by 7 am
Union Gospel Mission General
Offices
77 9th St. E., St. Paul, MN 55101
Bethel Hotel for Homeless Men
435 University Ave. E., St. Paul, MN 55130
Naomi Family Residence for Women
and Children
77 9th St. E., St. Paul, MN 55101
651-228-1800
www.ugmtc.org
• Shelters for men, women and children
• Latino ministries, Asian ministries, and
more (check website)
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Copyright © 2013 by Eagan & Lakeville Resource Centers, 3910 Rahn Road, MN 55122. www.eaganrc.org
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