Our Home

Affordable housing with case management

Our_20Home_20_2_.jpgOur Home focuses on stabilizing homeless families who have a family member with a chronic disability. Located in central-rural Minnesota, Our Home provides affordable housing with supportive case management. The capacity of Our Home Permanent Supportive Housing is eight households. Case coordination works with individual members to create a family development plan that is reviewed weekly. Family development plans will address the underlying causes that contributed to becoming homeless and work to encourage behaviors that create stability.

  • Residents pay no more than 30% of their adjusted income
  • Each household lives in their own unit and is responsible for unit care and upkeep
  • Participants retain occupancy as long as they qualify for the program

For further information, please call 763-252-4635.


Service: 585 Poplar Avenue
Isle, MN 56342
Office: 40392 75th Ave Office Suite
Wahkon MN 56386


Office: Monday–Friday,
7:00 a.m.– 3:00 p.m.


Qualifying homeless parent(s) with minor children


Residents pay no more than 30% of their adjusted income

How we help

To qualify for Our HOME

  • Currently a homeless parent with minor children
  • Be disabled or care for a disabled child
  • Capable of providing written verification of custody, disability and homeless status


  • Assistance with employment, parenting/life skills, budgeting, debt reduction, organizational skills, housekeeping and home management.
  • Coordinate family development plans with county family services, employment & training, special education cooperatives, mental health services and substance abuse management.
  • Advocacy with education, medical and mental health service providers, jobs and training, social security, social service, child protection and probation services.
  • Weekly family development plan meetings to create goals, address gaps, and celebrate successes
  • Community outreach activities to facilitate social skills, volunteer experiences and pre-employment opportunities
  • Transportation assistance for case planned activities
  • Community life skill groups to learn new behaviors and practice new skills
  • Housing placement assistance for relocation to permanent housing in community at large

“In looking back, I know I wouldn’t be where I am today without the help I received from Our Home program. I am employable and can support my family and pay for my own housing.”

—Sara, former resident and mother of three