Address:9600 Aldrich Ave SMinneapolis, MN 55420Map & Directions
Services: Provides resources and referrals with a focus on housing stability. Based on need and funds available, financial assistance may be provided to help maintain housing stability and may include: Mortgage and rent assistance Car repair Utility bill assistance Emergency bus tokens/gas vouchers Licensed social workers on staff provide information and referrals, with limited case management
Eligibility: Limited income individuals and families living in Richfield, Bloomington, Edina and part of south Minneapolis (south of 50th Street, west of Cedar Avenue)
Address:1000 E 80th StMinneapolis, MN 55420Map & Directions
Services: Housing information, referrals and advocacy by appointment - - HousingLink resources: Housing Referral Service registration on-line, hList, directories
Eligibility: Services provided to all victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking. Target areas of Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Crystal, Eden Prairie, Edina, Maple Grove, Richfield, Robbinsdale, and St. Louis Park.
Address:2496 145th St WRosemount, MN 55068Map & Directions
Services: Helps individuals and families get through an immediate crisis when all other resources have been exhausted. As funding is available, recipients may receive up to $1,000. Provides financial assistance for rent payment, rental deposit and mortgage payment. Checks are written to landlords.
Eligibility: - Individuals ages 18 and older and families who have been residents of Carver and Scott counties for at least 30 days (if this is not the case and they cannot get help from the county they came from, CAP Agency will try to help them, though)
- Must be homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless
- Income must be at or below 200% of federal poverty guidelines
Address:1228 Town Centre DrSaint Paul, MN 55123Map & Directions
Services: The Housing Choice Voucher Program (also known as Section 8) utilizes the existing private rental market in Dakota County to provide decent, safe and sanitary housing opportunities for low-income families, elderly, handicapped and disabled persons at an affordable cost. The CDA administers this federal program for all of Dakota County except South Saint Paul (the South St. Paul HRA administers the program for that city). Program participants choose a rental unit from the private rental market and the property owner must be willing to accept voucher-assisted tenants. All assisted rental units must pass an annual inspection based on federally established Housing Quality Standards.
Eligibility: Low income families, older adults, handicapped and disabled individuals who are residents of Dakota County
Address:14700 Martin DrEden Prairie, MN 55344Map & Directions
Services: Case management support to qualifying Eden Prairie and Chanhassen residents only. Intake and screening necessary. Financial assistance may include: - - - Housing/Homelessness prevention support. Clients are expected to participate in goal planning for optimum results. This is a partnership program that is available to create stability to qualified individuals and families. - - - Mortgage or rent assistance - - - Utilities - - - Medical bills - - - Youth scholarships - - - Car repairs - - - Other support may be available
Eligibility: Residents of Eden Prairie and Chanhassen only
Address:1155 Centre Pointe DrSaint Paul, MN 55120Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency financial assistance to adults in active cancer treatment for basic, non-medical needs such as: Cub Foods and Schwan's Foods gift cards Gasoline purchases using Holiday fuel cards Rent or mortgage payment Home or cell phone bill Gas, electric or water bill Garbage billPatients may only receive assistance once per lifetime.
Eligibility: - Adults over age 18 who have a cancer diagnosis
- Must be in active treatment (chemotherapy, radiation, bone marrow transplant, hospice, palliative care or surgery) with a recovery time in excess of four weeks
- Must be living in or treated in the counties of Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott and Washington counties
- Must meet financial guidelines
Address:1840Shakopee, MN 55379Map & Directions
Services: - Available once every 36 months - - - Issuance of funds must resolve the emergency, not just delay it - - - If payment plan arrangements can be made for a portion of or the entire requested amount, this will be the first option in resolving the crisis - - - Vendor-direct or protective payments are provided - - - Crisis must not be caused by a family member's refusing or quitting employment or training for employment without good cause, within the past 60 days - - - If funds are being issued for housing expenses, the family's basic need expenses must be affordable, as defined herein, on a monthly basis. Monthly housing/utility costs cannot exceed 70% of the family's net monthly income. - - - Funds are limited. If funds have been exhausted, no applications will be taken. - - Crisis Funds may be used for: Electric service payment assistance Gas service payment assistance Heating fuel payment assistance Rental deposit assistance (Except for damage deposits in excess of one month's rent. Also does not provide a portion of the rent payment that was intended to cover an unpaid damage deposit.) Rent payment assistance Utility deposit assistance (maximum payment of $750, or the emergency amount negotiated with the utility company, whichever is less) Water service payment assistance
Hours: Program Hours:8 am - 4:30 pm Monday - Friday; extended hours may be available by appointment
Eligibility: - Families who are residents of Scott County
- Family income must be below 200% of Federal Poverty Guideline (FPG). Income considered is for the current month and for the period of 60 days prior to the date of application.
Address:1 Mendota Rd #100Saint Paul, MN 55118Map & Directions
Services: - Emergency assistance is short-term (families can apply once in a 12 month period) assistance - - - Payment is provided to a landlord for housing, rent (must be cost-effective going forward), damage deposit and repairs; or a utility company for shutoffs or medically necessary telephone service. - - NOTE: Client may also be eligible for Emergency Medical Assistance
Eligibility: - Household must consist of a caregiver and at least one child under age 18 or up to age 19 if in high school
- Income must be under 200% of the federal poverty guideline
- Applicant must not have received Emergency Assistance (EA) or Emergency General Assistance (EGA) in the past 12 months
- Household must have spent 50% of net income over the past 60 days on basic needs
- Applicant must have been a resident of Minnesota for at least 30 days
Address:12990 St Davids RdHopkins, MN 55305Map & Directions
Services: Limited emergency financial assistance for housing, damage deposits and some other needs. Funding is granted on a case by case basis and needs to solve the problem with no recurrence likely. Call first to determine if client needs are eligible for assistance.
Hours: Site Hours:10 am - 4 pm and 5 pm - 6:30 pm Monday; 10am-4pm Wednesday; 10 am - 2:30 pm Thursday and Friday; 10 am - 2:30 pm 1st and 3rd Saturday
Eligibility: Persons in need who are residents of Deephaven, Excelsior, Greenwood, Hopkins, Minnetonka, Shorewood and Woodland
Address:2021 E Hennepin AveMinneapolis, MN 55413Map & Directions
Services: Dedicated To Helping Parents With A Seriously Ill Or Critically Injured Child Remain Part Of Their Child's Treatment And Recovery Team By Providing Housing Grant Assistance On Behalf Of The Family So Parents Can Focus On Their Child's Recovery And Not Have To Return To Work In Order To Pay Their Housing Payment.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm
Eligibility: Must meet ALL of the following criteria: * Must have child 18 years of age our younger, who is critically ill or seriously injured. * Child must have a minimum of 14 days of inpatient hospital care with in the past 90 days from date the application is received * Must be resident of the service area (with the home in the service area). * Parent(s), legal guardian(s), or court-ordered custodian of the applicant must hold the mortgage/contract for deed or current (signed) rental lease to the home where the child is residing. Must meet ONE of the following criteria: * At least one parent/guardian must be taking or have taken an unpaid leave of absence from their employment to be with the child and paid maternity leave vacation, and personal time must be exhausted. -OR- * The child's medical care has resulted in demonstrated significant reduction of income. -OR- * The child's medical care has resulted in demonstrated increase in expenses.