Homelessness and housing programs
Providing safe shelter, housing, economic self-reliance
Homeless programs support street outreach, drop-in centers, shelters, and transitional housing programs operated by Community Action Agencies, tribal governments and other nonprofit organizations. These programs work to prevent homelessness, provide safe shelter, and assist homeless households in securing and maintaining stable, independent housing and economic self-reliance.
Programs receiving grant support from the Office of Economic Opportunity include:
Programs receive funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the state of Minnesota. Funding is distributed through a biennial competitive grant process to providers.
State of Minnesota's Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development
The State of Minnesota's Consolidated Plan for Housing and Community Development 2017-2021 is posted from public comment for 30 days, from August 15th through September 15th.
For information regarding housing in your community, or contact the United Way 2-1-1 information line or MNHelp.info for people seeking homeless assistance.Report/Rate this page