Link to MN DOC Reentry Services & Resource Page – https://mn.gov/doc/community-supervision/reentry-resources/

  • Aeon – is a nonprofit developer, owner and manager of high-quality, affordable homes in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Aeon aims to provide housing options for people with low or moderate incomes. Aeon owns and manages 38 properties and 2,000 units of affordable homes in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Brooklyn Center, Chaska, and Roseville. (612)341-3148 – https://www.aeon.org/
  • Anthony House, Jake’s Place and Michael’s Place for men are caring sober house environments for recovering addicts and alcoholics. Here you will learn to use the tools that you are taught in treatment and meetings, to build a foundation for a healthy, sober and clean lifestyle. Locations in Maplewood and St Paul, MN (651)-334-2395 – https://theanthonyhouse.com/
  • BSM (Body, Spirit, Mind) Sober Housing operates men’s only Sober Houses in Minneapolis, Crystal, and Robbinsdale, Minnesota. https://bsmsoberhouses.com/
  • Butterfly House – provides a safe, sober residence for women in recovery from alcohol or other drug dependencies while introducing sober-living skills, peer-to-peer fellowship and support, and educational experiences that will aid them in the transition back into their families and communities. Located approx. 50 miles from the Twin Ciites in St Croix Falls, WI – https://butterflyhousescf.org/
  • Christ Satisfies Housing for men or women, Columbia Heights, MN offers (for the choice of the individual client) both an AA/NA track to programming using the big book model and/or a Faith-Based approach using biblical concepts.  We do not force anyone to participate in any religion, nor do we believe it is beneficial to have anything but a “meet you where you’re at” approach.  The goal and intention of our sober lodging is to provide a warm bed, clean living space, hot meals/food, safety and accountability in a sober environment as a temporary shelter solution while each client is in transition to their next step to find permanent housing. (612)655-2887 – http://www.christsatisfieshousing.com/home.html
  • Crossing HOME – enhances the lives of those affected by addiction and incarceration through faith-friendly housing options for men & women designed to instill hope, accountability and self-reliance. We collaborate with local churches and recovery programs and empower our residents to thrive through structured independence. 1515 E. 66th St. Richfield, MN 55423. (612)889-9610. Locations throughout MN https://crossinghome.org/
  • Damascus Way – provides room & board and programming to men newly released from Minnesota’s Prisons and Jails.  Men on Probation, Supervised Release, or Work Release spend from two months to one year at our residences. Referrals are made to the program from prison caseworkers, supervised release & probation agents, prison and jail chaplains, social workers, and self-referrals. Damascus Way accepts both legally mandated and voluntary clients. Locations in Golden Valley (763-545-6558) and Rochester (507-292-1700), MN https://damascusway.com/
  • Freedom Works Reentry & Aftercare program has been helping male ex-offenders reconcile to God, family and community since 2004. Comprehensive, life- long aftercare that transforms violent predators into courageous peacemakers, hardcore criminals into upstanding citizens, and absent fathers into loving dads. Reentry & Aftercare Residents are given a place to live, a pathway to employment, an individual mentor, and a network of supporting volunteers that walk with them as they learn to trust God to transform their lives through Bible study, personal accountability, service and fellowship. (612)522-9007 https://myfreedomworks.com/
  • Helen’s House – Helen’s House is a chemical-free Christian home open to women who are either new in recovery, looking to recreate their lives in a structured environment, or are seeking encouragement and support, in an already established, spiritually led, healthy, sober lifestyle. We hope that through God’s love, peace, understanding, and acceptance, we can work together and through faith, find harmony, in a family-oriented, nurturing home. Located in Minneapolis. (612)432-2034 – http://www.helenshouse.net
  • Housing Link – is a website that connects renters to public housing, subsidized housing, and affordable rental housing in the Twin Cities. There is also free educational content in the Housing Hub on topics like understanding subsidized housing, successful renting, and renters insurance. Visit the website today to find rental housing that meets your needs. https://housinglink.org/
  • Life Rebuilders – Work release, transitional housing for men/adult foster care for men & women, independent sober living for men in 14 separate facilities. (612) 825-6871. http://www.lrbmn.org/index.php
  • MASH, Minnesota Association of Sober Homes, promotes the establishment, successful management and growth of high quality community-based sober-living residences.  (651)223-6274 – http://mnsoberhomes.org/
  • Mercy House – Founded in 2014 by a few women in Minnesota, Mercy House is a Christian, non-profit organization designed to help women experiencing challenging life circumstances find a nurturing community to grow in maturity and their relationship with Jesus Christ. Located in Minneapolis. (612)385-0894 http://www.mercyhouseminneapolis.org/
  • One Love Housing – Provides housing as a foundational support for men and women facing adversity, allowing them to pursue spiritual growth while improving their life skills. Locations in Minneapolis, Anoka and Cambridge, MN. (763)533-1234. crystal.onelovehousing@gmail.com
  • River City Recovery Ministries – A faith based recovery program with men’s and women’s housing in Cambridge, MN. RCRM’s purpose is to provide a safe haven that inspires spiritual and personal growth. A community of addicts in recovery helping each other reclaim their lives. (763)552-2555 – https://www.rivercityrecoveryministries.com/
  • RS Eden – Sober, supportive adult, & family housing, and residential corrections housing. Located in/near the Twin Cities. (612)338-2158 https://www.rseden.org/
    • Supportive Housing – RS EDEN plays an active role in the development and operation of affordable, safe, and supportive housing throughout the Twin Cities. Our programs offer recovery-focused, transformative opportunities for residents to achieve personal goals, increase skills and income, integrate with the community, and stabilize housing. What makes our programs unique is a strong collaborative approach between services and housing management staff, a commitment to vocational and employment supports, and engaging innovative partnerships with community agencies. We currently oversee nine supportive housing developments that serve youth, single adults, and families.
    • Family Housing – RS EDEN takes an active, visionary role in developing and operating affordable housing for homeless individuals and families, many who are recovering from substance abuse. RS EDEN’s sober supportive housing includes on-site services to assure tenants have the resources and support necessary to sustain their housing.
  • Serenity Homes (Serenity Village) – Homes with structure and accountability where men and women in recovery stay free from addiction. It is our mission to provide a safe, clean, private environment for chemically
    dependent individuals. It is our duty to help them grow emotionally,
    physically, and spiritually to develop a God-centered life. Locations in the Metro Area. – (952)220-3711 – https://www.serenityrecoveryhomes.com/
  • St. Paul Spirit House – At Saint Paul Spirit House we provide a safe and encouraging environment for men to build a new and healthy lifestyle. Through 12 step recovery programs, accountability, structure and stability, the men in our homes are achieving long term success in their sobriety. Locations around the St. Paul area. (612)991-1999 – https://stpaulspirithouse.com/
  • Welcome Homes is a program of YouHaveThePower.org that provides sober housing, transitional services and pro-social support to men & women in reentry and recovery with barriers to housing. Each of our homes enlist the community to use a circle of support model to manage and support those citizens returning to the community. (651)330-7300 – Locations around the Twin Cities Metro – http://welcomehomesmn.org/
  • Union Gospel Mission Men, Bethel Hotel provides transitional housing to new male residents who move into the rooms of its Bethel Hotel. As part of transitional housing, you’ll participate in quality programming to assist you in finding more permanent housing within 24 months. (651)444-5805 or (651)789-7602 – Located at 435 University Ave E. St Paul, MN 55130 – https://www.ugmtc.org/our-work/shelter/
  • Union Gospel Mission Women, Naomi Family Residence offers shelter for women and children escaping abuse, battling addiction, and struggling with homelessness and poverty. Our women’s shelter provides a safe place to sleep and 3 meals a day. More importantly, we provide a full program designed to build family stability by helping to meet the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of women and children in crisis. 651-228-1800, Located at 77 E. 9th Street, St Paul MN 55101 – https://www.ugmtc.org/our-work/shelter/

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