Supportive Housing - Recovery
1360 7th St NW, St. Paul, MN, 55112-2657
Distance: 1039 Miles
Housing for people with low income that includes coordination of other services for residents. The coordination professional can help residents identify resources, navigate systems or help with applying to additional programs.
Provides recovery-focused permanent supportive housing sites throughout the Twin Cities
This housing offers services to support those recovering from substance abuse. Some sites also require residents to have a homeless or disabled status.
Each sober housing location is geared toward a specific population:
* Alliance Apartments - Minneapolis; serves sober single adults, in partnership with Aeon Properties
* Belle Haven Townhomes - Princeton; serves families
* Central Avenue Apartments - Minneapolis; serves single adults
* Dillon Apartments - Minneapolis; serves single adults
* Emanuel Housing - Minneapolis; serves single adults; pet-friendly
* Jackson Street Village - St. Paul; serves families
* Lindquist Apartments - Minneapolis; serves young adults/youth
* Portland Village - Minneapolis; serves families
* Seventh Landing - St. Paul; serves young adults/youth
- Individuals with criminal histories accepted
Housing facilities have eligibility criteria that may include homelessness and disabilities.
Accepts individuals with criminal histories.
Visit the website for complete application instructions on any of the supportive housing developments, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. They only accept applications when the waitlist is open. An information-only phone line is available at (612) 782-2994.
St. Paul, MN
- Alliance Apartments Call for location, MN
- Belle Haven Townhomes Call for location, MN
- Central Avenue Apartments Call for location, MN
- Dillion Apartments Call for location, MN
- Emanuel Housing Call for location, MN
- Jackson Street Village Call for location, MN
- Lindquist Apartments Call for location, MN
- Portland Village Call for location, MN
Other Services or resources
This provider does not offer other services or resources at this location.
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BH-8400.3000Homeless Permanent Supportive Housing Definition
Programs that provide affordable, community-based housing for individuals and families who have experienced long-term or chronic homelessness and have been diagnosed as having a physical or developmental disability, a severe mental illness, substance abuse problems or HIV/AIDS; or are members of another designated group within the homeless population. Structures may include apartments, single-family houses, duplexes, group homes or single-room occupancy housing. Permanent supportive housing programs generally provide residents with the rights of tenancy under state or local landlord/tenant laws and are linked to services designed to meet residents' needs. Supportive services vary depending on the resident population. Most programs offer some type of case management and housing support, but may also offer more intensive mental health, substance abuse, vocational, employment or other services which help promote independent living. Supportive services may be offered on-site or off-site, or be provided by a mobile service team.
BH-8400.6000Older Adult/Disability Related Supportive Housing Definition
Residential facilities for older adults and/or people with disabilities who are unable to function in an independent living environment because they need assistance with toileting, bathing, dressing, medication management and administration, meals and housekeeping and other activities of daily living, but do not require nursing care on a regular basis. Living options range from state institutions for individuals with the most severe disabilities who require intensive services to settings that enable individuals with disabilities to live with their own families or in their own homes or apartments with supportive services from community-based supported living providers. Alternatives in between include health care facilities for people with a primary need for developmental services in combination with an intermittent need for skilled nursing care; community care facilities (residential care homes or group homes) for people who require varying levels of supervision and assistance in the activities of daily living; assisted living facilities; continuing care retirement communities; life care communities; foster family placements for adults who will benefit from interaction in a family environment; and semi-independent living facilities for individuals with disabilities who need minimal levels of support to live and work in the community. Some of these facilities are licensed by the state.
RX-8500.8000Sober Living Homes Definition
Alcohol and other drug-free residences (which may be single family dwellings, duplexes, multiplex apartment buildings or communal residential facilities) for people who are recovering from an alcohol and/or other drug use disorder and need a sober environment in order to sustain an abstinent lifestyle. Residents are free to organize and participate in support group meetings or any other activity that helps them maintain sobriety, but neither the homes nor the residents provide treatment, recovery, detoxification services or other supportive services; and supervision of individual recovery is not provided. Because they provide no services, sober living homes do not require a license but are generally subject to landlord/tenant laws.
YB-9000Young Adults Definition
Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.
YF-8000Substance Use Disorders Definition
Disorders related to excessive alcohol use, other drug use or use of other substances including caffeine and tobacco that is characterized by an inability to control or limit the amount taken or the frequency; intense cravings; continuing use despite problems with work, school or family/social obligations or interpersonal problems; risky use, e.g., driving a car, operating machinery while under the influence or continuing to smoke following an emphysema diagnosis; or evidence of pharmacological indicators (tolerance and withdrawal symptoms), the adjustment the body makes as it attempts to adapt to the continued and frequent use of a substance.
YV-3000Homeless People Definition
Individuals and families who have no fixed, regular and adequate residence, who are residing temporarily with relatives or friends or who live on the street, in emergency or transitional shelters, in a hotel or motel paid for with a shelter voucher, in seriously substandard housing or in an abandoned building, place of business, car or other vehicle, or other public or private place that is not ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for people. Some people who are homeless have issues with substance abuse, chronic or severe mental illness, chronic unemployment or underemployment, or other problems that prevent them from obtaining housing.