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Below are 8 shelters for homeless in Hennepin, MN County.

Families Moving Forward - Day Center
Minneapolis, MN - 55411
(612) 529-2185

Families Moving Forward is a program of Plymouth Church Neighborhood Foundation. In collaboration with 42 congregations throughout the Twin Cities metro area, we provide emergency shelter for families at congregation sites; advocate for families in their search for affordable, permanent housing; and provide ongoing supportive services to the families we serve as they make the transition from homelessness to stable housing.

Families Moving Forward - Self-sufficient Families Transitional Housing Program
Minneapolis, MN - 55411
(612) 529-2185

Up to 10 families a year enroll in this program for working parents. We offer rent assistance for one year, plus ongoing case management to help those enrolled stay on track with their financial, employment and education goals.

Our Saviour's Housing -transitional Housing (for Men)
Minneapolis, MN - 55404
16128715900

Residents of our emergency shelter, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing find support as they work with staff case managers — and one another — to get into stable housing.

Our Saviour's Housing - Transitional Housing (for Women)
Minneapolis, MN - 55404
(612) 872-4193

Residents of our emergency shelter, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing find support as they work with staff case managers — and one another — to get into stable housing.

Our Saviour's Housing - Transitional Housing (for Families)
Minneapolis, MN - 55404
(612) 872-4193

Residents of our emergency shelter, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing find support as they work with staff case managers — and one another — to get into stable housing.

People Serving People Inc, - Supportive Housing (for Families)
Minneapolis, MN - 55415
(612) 332-4500

Concentrating its services on homeless families in the late 1990s, PSP conducted focus groups and compiled a feasibility study relative to the type of facility and services that were needed to serve the seven county homeless population. It was determined that PSP should own a single, larger location near the city's core. In the fall of 1997, PSP embarked on a capital campaign and purchased a building at 614 S. 3rd Street, in downtown Minneapolis.

Families Moving Forward - Third Avenue Townhomes
Minneapolis, MN - 55411
(612) 529-2185

Families Moving Forward - Mel's Place
Minneapolis, MN - 55411
(612) 529-2185

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