Homelessness and Housing Assistance
Helping families find affordable, stable housing.
Minnesota Housing is a state agency that provides a resource list for people who are experiencing homelessness or who need help paying for housing. It contains information on emergency assistance, public housing, and rent subsidies.
HousingLink is a search tool to connect families with affordable housing of all types. It also offers information on where to find legal help with housing problems.
Day One Hotline
Victims of domestic or sexual violence or human trafficking can call or text 866.223.1111 or visit the Day One website to connect with housing and support.
Homeless School Liaisons
Under a federal law, every school district must have a liaison for children and youth experiencing homelessness. If you become homeless, your child has the right to remain in the school they were attending and the district must continue to provide transportation. If you have questions, you can contact the liaison for your child’s school or district.
Housing Benefits 101
Housing Benefits 101 (HB101) helps people with disabilities who need affordable housing to understand available housing options and support services.
Youth Services Network Minnesota
Youth Services Network Minnesota provides resources for housing, health and wellness, food, and other basic needs to youth and children experiencing homelessness on their own.