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Salvation Army - Metro Area

Supportive Housing

Booth Brown House

1471 Como Ave, St. Paul, MN, 55108-2597

Distance: 1061 Miles

(651) 251-3502

Website

https://salvationarmynorth.org/twin-cities/provide-housing

Service Details

Description

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.


Additional Information

Harvest Hills is a permanent supportive housing program for eight families in Anoka County. It offers residents on-site case management support to help with needs such as educational or vocational goals, spiritual enrichment, physical, mental and chemical health, budgeting, life skills and more.


Housing Opportunities for People to Excel (HOPE) Harbor is a 96-unit supportive housing complex in Minneapolis for low-income single adults and the chronically homeless.
Services include:
* Efficiency apartments with kitchen, full bath and a sleeping area
* Community room and laundry facilities
* Social workers/case managers available
* Assistance with self-sufficiency skills, employment, medical/dental referrals, recreation, chemical dependency referrals, mental health services, educational services, information and referral


The Foyer Housing Program at the Booth Brown House offers stable and affordable housing to young people age 16 - 24, with the support and resources necessary to make the transition to independence.
Each tenant signs a lease and rents a furnished efficiency apartment.
* Six units require verification of disability and chronic homelessness
* Ten units require a stable income
* Nine units have no income, disability or homelessness requirements


In addition, up to eight permanent supportive housing tenants may qualify for Group Residential Housing (GRH) funding to help pay for their housing expenses.


Features

  • Specialization
    • Homeless 

Eligibility

The Harvest Hills program supplies permanent-supportive housing in Anoka County for previously-homeless families. It serves a vulnerable population who struggle to afford rent and have at least one family member living with health issues.


To qualify for the Foyer Housing Programs, youth must be:
* Between the ages of 16 and 24
* Homeless or at risk of homelessness
* Transitioning from a public system, such as foster care, residential treatment centers, or homeless shelters
* In need of extra support to transition to a safe and stable adulthood


Area Served

Ramsey County


Websites

Phone Numbers

Type Number Hours
Joint Shelter Line (651) 444-5757

Last Update

5/29/2020

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