Address:301 2nd St EHastings, MN 55033Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away)
Services: - Grants including help to families facing eviction (mortgage payment assistance and rent payment assistance); utilities shut off (helps families work with utility companies to work out payment plans to delay or avoid shut offs), short term assistance with transportation to get to school, work or medical appointments (bus fare/gas money; automobile insurance payment assistance, automobile repair loans only if vehicle is necessary for medical purposes or to get to work); school or job related expenses for those in financial crisis; prescriptions - - - Emergency supplies are available for transients and homeless people - - - Vouchers may be provided for eligible applicants to redeem for dairy products, baby food/formula, diapers and emergency clothing, gas, and household items - - - Financial help provided must solve the client's situation. Individuals can receive financial assistance once within a 12 month period.
Eligibility: Residents of Hastings Public Schools Independent School District 200 (including cities of Hampton, Hastings, Miesville, New Trier and Vermillion; portions of Denmark, Douglas, Hampton, Marshan, Nininger, Ravenna, Vermillion and Welch townships)
Address:7645 Currell BlvdSaint Paul, MN 55125Map & Directions
Services: - Bridges for Long Term Homeless Households: Provides temporary housing for individuals who meet the definition of long term homeless, and have a serious and persistent mental illness - - - Bridges: Provides temporary housing for individuals and families of individuals who have a serious and persistent mental illness - - - Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8): Vouchers assist the tenant in renting a unit from a private landlord. Unit must be affordable and rent must be reasonable for the area. This type of assistance is transferable. It is assigned to the tenant and moves with the tenant so long as the tenant remains income eligible and has not violated any program rules.
Eligibility: - Bridges for Long Term Homeless Households: Based on income. Individuals who meet the definition of long term homeless, and have a serious and persistent mental illness
- Bridges: Based on income. Individuals and families of individuals who have a serious and persistent mental illness.
- Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8): Based on income. Applicants must not have been involved in illegal drug or violent crime activity within the last five years.
- Residents of Washington County
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:704-BRiver Falls, WI 54022Map & Directions
Services: - Individuals may apply for rent or mortgage assistance if they are in possession of a current eviction/foreclosure notice and have children living in the same household. Assistance is provided once in a 12 month period, if eligible. Must have documented the financial crisis which has occured.
- - - Assistance with rent also for families with children who are homeless and moving into a new permanent residence
Eligibility: Low income residents of Pierce and Saint Croix counties
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: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: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:1407 W 4th StRed Wing, MN 55066Map & Directions
Services: Limited emergency financial assistance to help pay for: Rent Food Diapers Utilities Clothing Certified copies of state ID or birth certificates Other necessary expenses
Hours: Program Hours:Tuesday - Friday
2 pm - 4 pm
Eligibility: Residents of Goodhue, and Wabasha County MN and Pierce County, WI who meet income eligibility limits
Address:426 West AveRed Wing, MN 55066Map & Directions
Services: Emergency Assistance (EA) is a program that helps families with children under age 21 and pregnant women who are in an emergency situation - - EA can give emergency help for 30 days in a 12 month period
Hours: Program Hours:Monday - Friday
8 am - 4:30 pm
Eligibility: Families with children and pregnant women who may lose shelter or have a utility shut off
Address:901 4th St #214Hudson, WI 54016Map & Directions
Services: - Provides financial assistance for car repair, electric service payment assistance, heating fuel payment assistance, rent payment assistance and water service payment assistance in the form of a check when emergency exists due to health, layoff or other temporary crisis - - - Assistance is limited to one payment per 12 month period for a total of three times. In order to receive assistance more than two times, the client must provide proof of financial counseling. - - - If able, clients must be willing to work - - - Gas money available also to help with transportation - - - Phone volunteer opportunities available
Hours: Site Hours:10 am - 1 pm Monday - Wednesday and Friday; 10 am - 1 pm and 5 pm - 6:30 pm Thursday
Eligibility: - Residents of River Falls and Saint Croix County
- Must have residency at their current address for 60 days or more
- Must have a form of income (including SDI, SSFI or unemployment)