Housing, a building block for well-being

A Place to Call Home

Managing affordable, safe, and stable housing for individuals with disabilities across Minnesota.

Providing In-Home Support 

Offering flexible, voluntary on-site services that promote independence, stability, and well-being. 

Creating Community Connections 

Providing accessible, independent housing integrated into communities. 

General phone

A team of social workers and community health workers assisting residents of Minneapolis Public Housing buildings with case management, information, referral services, and group services. The team also helps with economic assistance eligibility, physical and mental health, financial concerns, housing needs, and personal crises.

Ages served
18+
Need/Service
Disability Services
Housing
Meals
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Most services are free to residents living in Minneapolis Public Housing Authority Highrises; Community Health Worker and Housing Stabilization Services are billed to Medical Assistance
General phone

A 41-unit housing site located in Mille Lacs County for low-income older adults or people with disabilities.

Ages served
62+
Need/Service
Housing
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Subsidized Rent
General phone

A 306-unit housing high-rise for adults and families, providing permanent supportive housing for low-income individuals and families. Populations served include low-income households with disabilities, mental illness, or who have experienced long-term homelessness.

Ages served
All ages
Need/Service
Housing
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Subsidized Rent
General phone

A 105-unit housing site providing permanent supportive housing for low-income older adults, close to shopping and Metro Transit.  

Ages served
62+
Need/Service
Housing
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Subsidized Rent
General phone

Permanent supportive housing in Mille Lacs County to stabilize families who have a family member with a chronic disability and have experienced homelessness. Affordable housing for eight households, with on-site case management services. Case coordinators work with families to create a development plan and encourage behaviors that create stability.

Location
Multiple Locations
Ages served
All ages
Need/Service
Housing
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Rent based on income
General phone

A 60-unit housing site providing permanent supportive housing for low-income adults age 62+. Applicants with a physical disability requiring the features of a handicap accessible unit may also qualify.

Ages served
62+
Need/Service
Housing
Genders served
All genders
Payment
Subsidized Rent
General phone

Village at Franklin Station is a 90-unit, 3-story building offering affordable housing to older adults and people with disabilities in South Minneapolis.

Ages served
62+
Need/Service
Disability Services
Housing
Genders served
All genders
Audience
62+
Payment
Subsidized rent

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