Shelter & Food Resources
Those experiencing houselessness deserve social service solutions delivered by trained and trauma-informed providers, which is why we do not recommend individual citizens attempt direct engagement work with encampments. Please respect the autonomy of all encampments, including prioritizing your personal safety and boundaries.
The best way you can help right now is to use your time and energy to advocate for dignified short, medium and long-term housing solutions in our city.
Consider a financial donation to trusted organizations serving our community:
St. Stephen's Street Outreach https://ststephensmpls.org/
Simpson Housing Services https://www.simpsonhousing.org/
The Bridge for Youth https://bridgeforyouth.org/
People Serving People http://www.peopleservingpeople.org
Salvation Army Harbor Light Shelter http://salvationarmynorth.org/community/harbor-light/
Mary's Place https://sharingandcaringhands.org/
House of Charity https://www.houseofcharity.org/
Loaves & Fishes https://www.loavesandfishesmn.org/
UMC community Meals http://haumc.org/community-meals/
Groveland Emergency Food Shelf at Plymouth Congregational Church http://www.grovelandfoodshelf.org/
Joyce Food Shelf https://www.joyceuptownfoodshelf.org/
Adult Shelter Connect (single adults) - 612-248-2350
Hennepin County Shelter Team (family shelter) - 612-348-9410
After-Hours Shelter Team (family shelter) - 651-291-0211
At this time, we encourage all residents and organizations to stay on top of information by visiting the states website HERE. This is the best place to stay on top of news and recommendations.
Additionally you can stay up-to-date on the progression of COVID-19 in Minnesota HERE.
This below document is a helpful overview of the state resources available to cope with COVID-19, including the state emergency hotlines and information on child care, food access, housing, and more: COVID-19 State Resource Document
Applications and Information:
Attn: Block Leaders: Organize a block cleanup with the city of Minneapolis Clean Sweep Program: 2023 Clean Sweep Application
Community Mitigation Questions Hotline: 651-297-1304 or 1-800-657-3504
Health Questions Hotline: 651-201-3920 or 1-800-657-3903
minneapolis park and recreation board
City of Minneapolis Website Links
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