Are you in need of financial assistance?
Let us know how we can help
- For people who may be in need of financial resources/services who may be ask risk of losing their housing or who are currently homeless
- NOT crisis housing
Federal Funds to Assist with Back Rent
- Financial Assistance available to those who qualify
- Back rent and/or utilities can be paid as far back as March 2020.
- Renters and Landlords can work together to get paperwork submitted through an online portal.
Hope 4 Youth a drop-in center for youth experiencing homelessness (16-24 years old), open Monday through Thursday, 11 am-7 pm and Fridays, 11 am-5 pm.
Every youth that both calls and stays here should be told about H4Y’s services. They have laundry machines, computers, showers, a clothing closet, lockers, resources such as food and hygiene as well as Case Management services.
if you or someone you know if a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or human trafficking.
Bridging is a nonprofit that provides donated furniture and household goods to families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness and poverty. They serve all over the Twin Cities.
Visit https://bridging.org/ to learn more.
he Transit Assistance Program (TAP) is designed to make public transit more affordable for people with lower incomes. TAP provides a year-long reduced fare pass on a Go-To Card. It allows customers to use a bus or train for just $1 per ride – even during rush hour – with a 2½ hour transfer.
Visit https://www.metrotransit.org/tap-riders for more info.
The Vinland National Center provides behavioral health services to individuals with cognitive impairments. They provide treatment for addiction, while caring for mental health.
Visit www.vinlandcenter.org for more info