Project Homeless Connect December 13, 2010 Directory of Services and Providers Directory of Services and Providers Hall B Housing (Rooms 101 J/I) Alliance for the Streets (Hall B) – Help with Single adults enter at 101J, Families enter out-of-state birth certificates. 612-870-0529 at 101 I. There are “expert tables” for each Basilica of Saint Mary’s – Provide shoe/boot at the entrance of the room to answer vouchers for Homeless Connect attendees questions. Some youth housing programs who have not received a voucher since 9-1-10. in 200C/H. Identification Cards and Birth Certificates - Hennepin County Service AEON – Information about their affordable Center (Hall B) Help with in-state birth housing for individuals and youth. certificates, state identification cards and 612-341-3148 driver’s licenses. For new IDs you must have American Indian Services – Information certified birth certificate and one more form about admission criteria and applications for of ID (out-of-state driver’s license, marriage housing. 612-813-1155 license, DD 2, Social Security card, tribal ID, government issued ID, etc.) Ascension Place – Transitional, sober housing for single women working on mental health, chemical dependency or domestic violence If the person needing a State ID has a issues. 612-588-0861 developmental or physical disability, Cabrini Partnership – Transitional Housing for or has severe and persistent mental individuals with chemical dependency and/ illness, they are eligible for a $0.50 ID or mental health goals. Permanent Housing for and do not need to stand in line. They will individuals currently in shelter. Referrals come need a form signed by a doctor or case from shelter staff. 612-454-4460 manager; these forms are available at the ID intake table. Catholic Charities Glenwood Residence – Housing information regarding the Glenwood Residence: A wet/dry house for chronic alcoholic men. 612-204-8405 Yellow Zone Christian Restoration Services – Transitional housing for men and women coming out of Eye Care prison. 763-566-2888 Eye Care (Room 101 F) – Eye exams, glasses, CommonBond – Accepting applications for and reading glasses. housing waitlists for both single adults and families. 651-291-1750 Community Action Partnership for HousingLink – Affordable rental housing in Suburban Hennepin County – Information the seven-county metro area. 612-522-2500 or on homeless service programs in suburban www.housinglink.org Hennepin County, transitional housing, LaSalle Management Group – Accepting energy assistance, food support, foreclosure applications for various affordable housing counseling and a matched savings program waiting lists at locations in metro area as well for low-income families. 952-697-1320 as Mankato, St Peter and St Cloud. Community Involvement Program – 952-854-8800 Information on mental health services Minneapolis Public Housing Authority – including permanent supportive housing, Subsidized housing information. 612-342-1400 Adult Foster Care, Independent Living Services, Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Our Saviour’s Housing – Emergency shelter, Services and Home Health Services. permanent supportive and transitional 612-362-4417 housing for homeless single adults with income and a commitment to sober living. Day One® of Cornerstone – a statewide 612-872-4193 network of domestic violence programs that works together to connect victims to safety RS Eden – Information about various sober, and services in one phone call. To learn more supportive housing projects. 612-287-1600 about Day One® call 952-884-0376. Rapid Exit – Singles will be screening for If you or someone you know is being abused, eligibility for Rapid Exit Program. Eligibility call 1-866-223-1111 to be connected to the includes at least $600 month in income a nearest domestic violence program. month and staying in a shelter or outside. Emerge – Camden Apartments and FACT St. Stephen’s Human Services – Screening Program offers transitional and permanent for rent and deposit assistance for Minneapolis supportive housing targeting custodial fathers. residents. 612-874-0311 612-588-0487 Simpson Housing Services – Emergency Hennepin County Project Connect – shelters for men and women, transitional Intensive case management services to housing for families with children in the single homeless families including collaborating Rapid Exit program. 612-874-8683 with landlords, connections to community resources, budgeting, parenting and Health Care Resources (Room 101 G) transportation. 612-348-4895 Hennepin County Shelter Team – Avalon Prospect Park – Rule 25 Assessments Determine eligibility for shelter. and information on inpatient and outpatient treatment options. House of Charity – Housing with services, 612-638-2282 Rule 25 assessments for individuals wishing to enter their outpatient chemical dependency treatment, counseling, and case management. 612-594-2005 Project Homeless Connect: Directory of Services 1 Brain Injury Association of Minnesota – Minnesota AIDS Project – Provides Registering people living with a brain injury harm reduction services including syringe with their Resource Facilitation department, exchange, access to HIV care, Hepatitis and HIV a FREE two-year telephone support information, safer sex kits, condoms program. 612-378-2742 and information on their services and programs for people living with HIV/AIDS. Chiropractic Care (Room 102 A/F) – Neck 612-373-2452 and low-back pain relief. Narcotics Anonymous – Information about Children’s Dental Services (Hall C) - free 12 Step Program for people who want to Dental Care for children 18 and under and stop using drugs. 612-377-9023 pregnant women. Screening for this program will be located in the Parent Resources Room, 202B. Neighborhood HealthSource – Information 612-746-1530 or www.childrensdentalservices.org about accessing health insurance, the programs at their three clinics (North and Cornerstone Solutions / Metropolitan Northeast Mpls) and help navigating the Health Plan – Integrated care for disabled health care system and information on stroke people. Coordinates medical and mental prevention. 612-588-9411 health care, prescription drugs and community supports. 1-866-601-8962 Neighborhood Involvement Program Mental health services, medical services and HCMC Positive Care Center – Information dental services on a sliding fee scale. about HCMC clinics, including the Coordinated 612-374-3125 Care Delivery System. Also information about HIV prevention, testing and counseling. Park House – Information about their day 612-873-2700 health/mental health facility for people living with HIV/AIDS. 612-871-1264 Hennepin County Community Outreach for Psychiatric Emergencies (COPE) – Turning Point – Chemical dependency Counseling, assessment/intervention for inpatient and outpatient program/relapse mental health crisis situations, information prevention – opportunity to enter treatment and referral to mental health/chemical health on the day of the event; HIV/AIDS/STD resources. 612-596-1223 safer sex kits and prevention brochures; and transitional and supportive housing Hennepin County Mental Health information. 612-520-4004 Center – Mental health services including diagnostic assessments, medication Vail Place – Information about their management and individual and group Community Support Program for people psychotherapy. 612-596-9438 with serious and persistent mental illness, the Clubhouse Program, and Long-Term Interprofessional Center for Counseling Homeless Project. Hopkins: 952-938-9622 or and Legal Services – Provides screenings for Minneapolis: 612-824-8061 depression and/or anxiety. They provide free counseling, psychological testing and case management for people who can not afford it. 651-962-4820 2 Project Homeless Connect: Directory of Services Internet Café (Room 101 E) Red Zone Telephones (Room 101 E) Dental and Medical Veterans (Room 101 H) Children’s Dental Services (Hallway outside Room 103A) – Dental Care for children 18 Health Care for Homeless Veterans – and under and pregnant women. Screening Assessment and referral to housing, medical for this program will be located in the Parent and mental health care. 612-467-1771 Resources Room, Hall C. 612-746-1530 or Hennepin County Veterans’ Service – www.childrensdentalservices.org. Information on veterans’ programs and Dental Services (Hall C) – Extractions and assistance with applications. 612-348-3300 appointments for more advanced dental work. Minneapolis Vets Center – Provides a broad Hennepin County Health Care for the range of counseling and referral services Homeless (Room 102 B) – Address “urgent to help combat veterans of any era make a care” needs (sore throats, coughs, asthma, satisfying post-war readjustment to civilian diabetes, etc.) foot care, health and disease life. Also offers readjustment counseling, screenings and referrals for ongoing health bereavement counseling, and sexual trauma needs. Vaccinations available for Tetanus counseling. 763-503-2220 (booster needed every 5-10 years), Hepatitis Minnesota Assistance Council for A & B, and HPV (genital warts/human Veterans – Housing, Employment and papilloma virus). 612-348-5553 rental assistance for veterans experiencing Hennepin County Immunization Services homelessness. 612-726-1327 (Room 102 C) – Provides most recommended Minnesota Department of Veterans immunizations and flu shots for children and Affairs Outreach Division – Information adults. Will review your immunization history about veterans’ programs and help with the and recommend shots you may need. application process. 612-970-5662 612-348-2741 Salvation Army VA Case Managers – Help with service and housing needs. 612-767-3193 Veterans Upward Bound – Information about their pre-college education program for low- income and/or first generation military veterans. The goal is to help veterans get into and stay in college. 612-659-6580 or 612-659-6579 Project Homeless Connect: Directory of Services 3 Parent Resource Room Room 103 A (Blue) (Room 103 A) The Minnesota Department of Health, Sage Screening Program FREE Screening for on-site dental services for mammograms and Pap tests. $20 to children and pregnant women eligible women today! Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery – You can take part in the program if: Provides voluntary overnight care for up to • You are between the ages of 25-39 72 hours for children newborn to age 6 as well (CBE and Pap test only) as information on child abuse and neglect prevention. Coloring sheets and crayons • You are a women 40 or over (CBE and mammogram only) available for children. 24-hour crisis line. 763-591-0100 or administration 763-591-0400 • You have no health insurance, or Hennepin County Early Childhood • You are underinsured (i.e. co-payment Intervention – Free program to monitor the and/or deductibles) development of children ages birth to three years. 612-348-3839 • Your gross household income does not exceed federal guidelines Hennepin County Child and Teen Checkups – Information about no-cost • You do not have Medical Assistance (MA) or MNCare health care for families on Medical Assistance or MinnesotaCare. 612-348-4979 Sign up today to get screened in Room Minneapolis Public Schools – Information 103E or call us toll-free at 1-888-6HEALTH about early childhood and school readiness (1-888-643-2584) promo code PH9. resources. 612-668-0000 Parents in Community Action – Applications for Head Start Program and referrals to Blue Zone community agencies for children ages 6 weeks – 5 years. 612-377-7422 Kids Corner (Room 103 B) Resource for Child Caring – Provides tools Twin Cities Voice Mail (Room 103 D) and services that strengthen parents and caregivers skills. 651-641-0305 Twin Cities Voice Mail – Free community voicemail for low income people trying to find housing, a job, schedule health care appointments or stay safe. 651-643-0883 4 Project Homeless Connect: Directory of Services Green Zone (Upstairs) Homelessness Oral History Project Legal (Room 200 D/E/F/G) (Main Lobby) On behalf of Heading Home Hennepin Legal intake is located in the 2nd floor and Project Homeless Connect, we lobby, behind the escalators. This are collecting photographs and oral should be your first stop if you need histories from people who have legal services. experienced homelessness. We believe that these stories and images are an The Legal Section is a centralized, integrated important way to educate the public section of approximately 90 legal providers, about homelessness. Participants are including: lawyers, law students, paralegals interviewed and photographed on-site and Court staff. We offer brief legal advice, and copies of the photos are printed for brief legal service and referrals for full the participant to take with him or her. representation on a wide variety of legal issues and needs, including: family law (divorce, child support, custody, OFP’s); criminal Education (Room 200 C/H) law (records information, expungement, warrants); housing law (landlord/tenant, Guadalupe Alternative Programs – mortgage foreclosure); and general civil Serves communities challenged by poverty law (consumer, government benefits, through: Accredited High School, Adult employment, contracts). Literacy, Mental Health Services and Employment Services. 651-222-0757 ext 318 Providers include but are not limited to: Hennepin County Library – Information Faegre & Benson, LLP, The Legal Aid Society of about free lifelong learning programs for Minneapolis, Central Minnesota Legal Services, babies to seniors, new immigrants, job Volunteer Lawyers Network, The Council on Crime seekers, person re-entering the community & Justice, Tubman Family Alliance/Chrysalis, MN after incarceration, small business owners and State Bar-Family Law Section Members, Volunteer students of all ages. 952-847-8500 Lawyers Network & its Members, Minnesota Justice Foundation, William Mitchell College of Minneapolis Community and Technical Law, Hamline University Law School, University of College – Information about financial St. Thomas Law School, University of Minnesota assistance, educational programs and the Law School, The Hennepin County District Court admission process. 612-659-6000 Self-Help Centers, the Hennepin County Public Minneapolis Public Schools – School Defender’s Office, Hennepin County District Court Bench, Hennepin County Child Support Division, information and student placement; and NightOwl Document Technologies. immediate referrals and information about Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language and GED preparation. 612-668-0000 Project Homeless Connect: Directory of Services 5 Minnesota Literacy Council – Free service The Bridge – Information about resources through which adults can find free programs and programs for youth such as crisis offering basic educational opportunities, shelter, transitional living, independent including GED preparation and testing sites, living, counseling, therapy, support groups, adult diploma programs, English language youth empowerment program and case and citizenship classes, computer classes, management. 612-377-8800 basic reading and math classes. 651-645-2277 YMCA Point Northwest – On-site intakes for Ext. 236 referrals to community agencies, youth food shelf information, Transitional Living Program Youth Services (Room 200 C/H) and outreach for youth. 612-386-5012 YouthLink/Kulture Klub – Information about Ain Dah Yung – Learn about their shelter (for the drop-in center, mental health, education, youth 5-17) and Transitional Living Program housing and case management services. (for youth 16-20). 651-227-4184 Kulture Klub will provide information about its Avenues for Homeless Youth – Resources for art programs for homeless youth. homeless youth and information about their 612-252-1200 GLBT Host Home program. 612-522-1690 Catholic Charities Hope Street Runaway Benefits (Room 200 A/J & and Homeless Youth Services – Direct access 1st Floor Hall B) to available shelter beds and applications for transitional housing for youth ages 16-20. Chamberlin-Edmonds – Help completing 612-204-8211 applications for Social Security benefits for Freeport West – Information about people receiving county benefits. youth housing, case management, family 612-872-2080 reunification and life skills training to support Disability Specialists – Advocacy for homeless and at-risk youth. 612-874-1936 Social Security Disability claimants. Minneapolis Employment and Training – 1-800-642-6393 Employment opportunities and job search Hennepin County Community Services resources for youth. 612-673-5298 Outreach – Information and assistance with Reaching Immigrants with Care and Hennepin County applications for cash, Education – Adult Foster Care program for medical and food support benefits. Will check Asian youth who may have been disowned case status and provide referrals to community by family, run away or couch hopped. resources. Issue expedited food support 612-522-4834 / 612-376-7715 benefits to eligible applicants. 612-596-1300 StreetWorks – Information about community Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging – resources. 612-252-2735 Provides information on health care and prescription drug programs. Promotes Senior LinkAge Line (1-800-333-2433). 651-917-4638 6 Project Homeless Connect: Directory of Services Portico Healthnet – Will check eligibility for Minnesota Dept of Employment & MN Health Care Programs and help complete Economic Development/Workforce Center the application. If not eligible, will refer to of St Paul – Information on MnDOT/DEED other resources. 612-341-3358 Highway Heavy Construction Training Program for women and minorities, WorkForce Center Salvation Army – Help people apply for Social programs and resources. 652-642-0704 Security benefits. 612-659-0711 Minnesota Department of Labor & Social Security Administration – Industry – Information on laws that protect Disability, retirement and Medicare claims; the rights of workers and resources about replacement cards; appeals of denied benefits. apprenticeships. 651-284-5005 or 1-800-772-1213 1-800-342-5354 People Serving People – Information Employment (Room 200 B/I) on their Culinary Arts training program. 612-227-0257 Catholic Charities Branch III – Information on their employment services. 612-204-8300 Project Pride for Living (PPL) – Employment and training services including access to lab Doherty Staffing Solutions – Staffing and workshops, upcoming classroom-based services for light industrial, clerical and training programs, career and education professional employment. 952-835-8885 advancement services and financial coaching Goodwill Easter Seals –Information about services. 612-455-5303 placement, retention and advancement Twin Cities RISE! – Training for participates to services, industry specific skills training get and keep employment. 612-338-0295 services, transitional employment services and adult mental health services . 612-824-7810 Community Resources HIRED – Information on networking, job (Room 200 A/J) search techniques and job retention strategies. 651-999-5655 Amicus – Provides employment services and programs for those returning from jail Mall of America – Employment opportunities. and prison. 612-348-8570 952-883-8560 Breaking Free – Resources and programs Minneapolis Workforce Centers – Provides job seeker service “Employment Ready U”, New for women and girls escaping sex trafficking Leaf, Employment Ready Youth, FREE Basic and prostitution. 651-645-6557 Computer Classes, and Dislocated Worker Community Action Minneapolis – Programs. 612-821-4005 Information on Energy Assistance and their Children and Family Development program. 612-767-1732 Project Homeless Connect: Directory of Services 7 Community Emergency Services – Information on rental assistance, utility Did you know? payments, travel vouchers/auto repair, and food shelf for residents of south Mpls. All shirts are printed by Elpis Enterprises, Mon-Thur 1:15 - 4:00. 612-870-1125 a program that gives homeless youth job skills and training. Metro Transit (Main Lobby) – Bus and rail route and schedule information. Will also www.elpisenterprises.org assist with public transportation information need. No bus passes available. United Way 2-1-1 – Twenty-four hour People Incorporated (Main Lobby) – community information and referral services Provides outreach/engagement to adults to people in need of food and shelter, job experiencing long-term homelessness. resources, health care, child care and other 651-774-0011 vital services. 211 St. Stephen’s Street Outreach Team VeTouch, Veterinary Outreach for Urban (Main Lobby) – Works with individuals Community Health – Information about sleeping outside or in substandard places in their clinics for the care of pets. 612-624- Hennepin County. 612-879-7624 9372 or Hennepin Avenue United Methodist The Dignity Center of Hennepin Avenue Church for clinic day/hours at 612-871-5303 United Methodist Church – Help and support to those who wish to become Haircuts Room 200 End of Hallway stabilized. 612-435-1336 8 Project Homeless Connect: Directory of Services Clothing Closets Clothing Resources (all available off-site). Please call ahead to make sure agency will be open. Central Lutheran Church Saint Stephen’s Free Store 333 S. 12th St. • 612-870-4416 2211 Clinton Ave. S. • 612-874-0311 Monday, 10 a.m. - noon; Thursday, 1 - 2:30 p.m. Tuesday - Thursday, 8:30 - 11:30 a.m. Cornerstone Ministry (Park Ave Church) Salvation Army 3400 Park Ave. S. • 612-825-6863 1604 E. Lake St. • 612-767-2700 Tuesday, 1-4 p.m.; Thursday 2-5 p.m. 2024 Lyndale Ave. N. • 612-522-6581 2727 Central Ave. N.E. • 612-789-1512 Marie Sandvik Center Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - noon and 1 - 4 p.m, 1112 Franklin Ave. • 612-870-9617 Clients must call for appointment Call for hours Sharing and Caring Hands (Mary Jo’s) Oak Park Neighborhood Center 525 N. 7th St. • 612-338-4640 1701 Oak Park Ave. N. • 612-377-7000 Monday - Thursday, 10-11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. and 1:30 - 3:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 9:30 -10:30 a.m. Sabathani Community Center 310 E. 38th St., Rm 20-LL • 612-821-2347 Steeple People Monday - Thursday 2004 Lyndale Ave. S. • 612-871-8305 9 a.m. - noon and 1 - 3:30 p.m. Monday Noon - 6 p.m., Tuesday - Friday 10:30 a.m -5:30 p.m., Saturday Salvation Army Hope Harbor 10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. 53 Glenwood Ave. • 612-659-0711 Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - noon and 12:30 to 4 p.m. Clients must call for appointment Project Homeless Connect: Directory of Services 9 Project Homeless Connect would like to thank its sponsors: Apple Tree Dental ADT Dental Central Lutheran Church Children’s Dental Services Cities 97 Sampler City of Minneapolis Common Roots Cafe Faegre & Benson LLP Family Housing Fund First Christian Church First Unitarian Society First Universalist Church Hands on Twin Cities Hennepin County Homeless against Homelessness Kelber Catering Lenscrafters McNallen Office Systems Minneapolis Convention Center Minnesota Dental Association Open Your Heart to the Hungry and Homeless Peace Coffee Plymouth Congregational Church Priority Networks St. Mary’s Greek Orthodox Church Target Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation Today’s hot meal was created, cooked, and served by Kelber Catering, with food donations from: Bix Produce Company, Hockenberg Newburgh Sales, Juhl Brokerage, Karlsburger Foods, Midwest Venture Partners, R&W Foodservice, Reinhart Foodservice This event would not have been possible without sponsors like these as well as a host of other businesses, faith communities, and committed individuals. Thanks to you all!