317 York Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55130
We assist chronically homeless adults with a mental illness to achieve their goals related to safety, stability and recovery. For chronically homeless individuals living on the street, the transition from the street to permanent housing is made in stages (as necessary) and staff work to create a service environment where individuals feel at ease, out of danger, with flexible program services to meet their needs.
The goals we set
Through mobile support we work to develop relationships with those we serve. We assist them with housing needs, physical and mental health care, and independent living skills.
Services we provide
We provide community outreach and housing support. We offer medication assistance, transportation assistance, education, skills development, crisis assistance, resource development and coordination, case management, and medical and psychiatric coordination.
About our location
We provide supportive services to a group of formerly homeless clients in their apartments while also using the York Office as a base for our meetings and community involvement with the clients.
About the process
Referrals to the service come through Coordinated Entry from Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin and Ramsey counties.
About our fees
The program is funded solely on Housing Support dollars given by the state and distributed by the individual counties.
Hours of operation
We are open various weekday hours (Monday-Friday). We are not available on weekends.