Located in North Minneapolis, this program provides emergency shelter, transitional housing and intensive supportive services for 21 youth at a time, ages 16 to Annually, the program supports to young people. We anticipate this program will support 80 to young people every year.
Annex Teen Clinic. Provides low cost, sexuality-related health care for adolescents and young adults through age Avenues for Homless Youth.
Project OffStreets offers support and services designed to stabilize and help youth leave street life. The drop in center offers a safe, non-exploitive environment where vulnerable and exploited youth can get a meal, take a shower, wash some clothes, and utilize onsite locker storage. Youth who visit the drop-in center can also sign up for case management services.
YWCA St. Paul combats homelessness by providing affordable housing and housing-related services for families and individuals experiencing homelessness. More than simply providing a place to live, our programs and services empower people to stabilize their lives, build new skills, decrease their utilization of emergency services and keep their families united and safe. Reduces the length of emergency shelter stays by providing a jump-start of supportive services and other resources that empower families and single adults to move out of shelters and into stable housing.
During these increasingly challenging economic times, stressful family situations often escalate — contributing significantly to the homelessness of youth we serve. Benjamin Youth Lodge Youth Lodge serves as a critical resource that provides supportive, transitional housing for youth. Youth live at the Youth Lodge in a stable, culturally supportive and safe environment in which they address critical barriers to self-sufficiency and strengthen their community and cultural connections.
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The Foyer housing program offers stable and affordable housing to young people agewith the support and resources necessary to make the transition to independence. Volunteer in this Community. Ways we help in this Community.
Pathways 4 Youth provides many services and programs for youth experiencing homelessness or at-risk of being homeless in one convenient location. The youth resource center provides services including food pantry, clothing closet, laundry and shower, hot evening meal and medical help. Case workers are available to meet with guests to help them set goals for career employment and housing.
Requirements for independent living assistance for youth programs: Minnesota Statutes, section A. Email: dhs. Licensing Information Lookup.
The Transitional Living Project TLP is a supportive program for youth ages who are ready to start living in their own apartment in the community. Participants in the TLP program work with a case manager on goal setting, budgeting, and independent living skills before moving into an apartment to ensure that their transition to independence will be successful. After the participant has prepared their goals, they work with their case manager to find an apartment in the community that fits their needs.