This section includes general and COVID specific resources from county, state, and community programs to support home owners, tenants, and houseless individuals.
Any families who are in need of rent help there is a Families First housing pilot which if any family has a child in grade PreK-3 and attending a participating school they can get rent help $300 per month for 3 years.
Applicants can apply 2 times a year instead of once a year as usual now due to COVID19.
If you believe your landlord is violating this order, complete this on-line complaint form.
The Safe Space operated by Model Cities is open and accepting shelter guests under relatively normal service. Capacity is slightly reduced for social distancing recommendations.
CDC Interim Guidance for Homeless Assistance Providers on Covid-19 (Issued March 9, 2020)
Ramsey County residents who have lost income due to COVID-19 and need help paying for housing costs may be eligible for Emergency Assistance.
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Thinica Owichakiyapi Thipi : If you’re on the verge of losing your home, we can provide you immediate help with rent, utilities or security deposits to prevent homelessness.
Housing Link resource list.
Ramsey County works with a variety of local agencies to provide resources for people who are experiencing homelessness, at risk of becoming homeless or need emergency assistance to stay in their homes.
HHR is a coalition of social service providers, housing providers, philanthropic partners, business, community, government and citizens working together to create and implement cost effective solutions to ending homelessness
The Community Support Center works with residents of New Brighton, Mounds View, North Oaks, Shoreview, or Arden Hills to prevent homelessness, solve financial crises and provide long-term relationships. Phone: 651-387-8050
HOME Line provides free and low-cost legal, organizing, education, and advocacy services so that tenants throughout Minnesota can solve their own rental housing problems.
Neighborhood House is suspending our housing crisis clinics, instead offering phone support, triage and then clear next steps to prevent eviction so families can stay stably housed.
St. Andrews Resource Center has rental assistance (with eligibility requirements) for areas of suburban Ramsey and Washington County.
helps adults with children, and pregnant women. Those who qualify for Emergency Assistance can receive up to two months payment for their share of rent/mortgage and up to $1,800 in utility assistance.
helps adults without children. Those who qualify for Emergency General Assistance can receive up to two month’s payment for their share of rent/mortgage or utilities, or a combined payment of up to $812.