Services for individual adults in Hennepin County include:
Street Outreach works throughout Minneapolis to interact with people living in places not meant for human habitation. They help people navigate the various crises that occur while lacking stable housing and meet people where they are at to address immediate basic needs for safety and survival outside while assisting them in their process towards permanent housing.
Clinton Avenue Shelter is a year-round emergency shelter for 44 individuals experiencing homelessness who identify as male.
First Covenant Shelter is a year-round emergency shelter for 55 individuals of all genders experiencing homelessness, including an emphasis on pairs of guests.
Single Adult Rapid ReHousing works with individuals with moderate acuity levels to move quickly from shelter or places not meant for human habitation to permanent housing.
Single Adult Fast Track, beginning in September of 2018, is a condensed form of Rapid ReHousing for single adults with higher income.
St. Stephen’s Single Adult Supportive Housing Program provides scattered site supportive housing to single adults and couples without children.
Programs for families in Hennepin County include:
Family Supportive Housing (FSH), a long-term supportive housing program for families.
The Next Step Assessment screens families onto the priority list for the Family Coordinated Entry System in Hennepin County.
Targeted Family Prevention works with families that have histories of multiple shelter stays.
Traditional Family Homelessness Prevention provides one-time rental assistance to housed families that are at imminent risk of homelessness.
Fast Track is a housing program that provides short-term case management services to families while they are currently residing in shelter.
Rapid ReHousing is a short-term housing program for families who are experiencing homelessness to increase overall wellbeing and housing stability.
Last year St. Stephen's served 6,573 total individuals, making up 5,007 households:
More than 2,300 individuals had more than 6,000 engagements with our Street Outreach Workers
1,256 individuals of all gender identities were provided emergency shelter for at least one night
611 families, including 808 adults and 1,369 children, were supported in our family housing programs
440 individuals were supported in our housing programs for single adults
106 families received prevention services to help maintain stable housing
97 people visited our Welcome Center on an average weekday
25,212 Handbooks of the Streets and 20,000 Street Outreach Trifolds were distributed
861 households were assisted with obtaining birth certificates from 46 states, territories, and provinces.
786 Next Step Assessments were completed with Hennepin County families
536 individuals accessed Representative Payee services
344 individuals participated in 32 "A Day in the Life" experiences
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