Center City Housing Corp.


Make connections in your neighborhood and you tend to stay in your neighborhood.

Center City Housing links individuals and families to a variety of support services throughout the community. Because when you have the support you need, it’s easier to maintain long-term housing.

Duluth MN Resources

Central MN Resources

Rochester MN Resources


Duluth, Minnesota Resources

American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO)
AICHO developed a range of programming, including a domestic violence shelter, transitional housing, scattered-site supportive housing,  on-site supportive housing, advocacy, and cultural activities. Although traditional Native American culture and practices are incorporated in all programs, AICHO serves all persons in need.

202 West 2nd Street
Duluth, MN

(218) 722-7225


Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment (CADT)
Located at 1402 East Superior Street in Duluth and serves men and women who are diagnosed with chemical abuse or dependency problems.

400 Torrey Building
314 West Superior Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 722-4996

Churches United in Ministry (CHUM)
Providing emergency shelter, food shelf and services for homeless people.

102 West 2nd Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 720-6521

Community Action Duluth
Community Action Duluth helps low-income people find the support, resources and relationships they need to help them overcome the economic, racial and cultural barriers that prevent them from establishing and maintaining self-sufficient and connected lives in Duluth.

2425 West 5th Street, Suite 102
Duluth, MN
(218) 726-1665

Damiano of Duluth
The Damiano Center provides onsite meal program, support services and free clothing.

206 West 4th Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 722-8708

Housing Redevelopment Authority (HRA)
The Housing and Redevelopment Authority of Duluth will strive to ensure that decent, safe, affordable housing conditions are available to all residents of the community.

222 East 2nd Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 529-6300

Human Development Center (HDC)
The Human Development Center (HDC) is a private, non-profit agency established in 1938. It provides comprehensive mental health services to residents of Carlton, Cook, Lake and southern St. Louis counties.

1401 East 1st Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 728-4491

Legal Aid Services of Northeast Minnesota
The Duluth office of Legal Aid Service of Northeastern Minnesota (LASNEM) is a civil legal services office for residents of Carlton, Cook, Lake and Southern St. Louis Counties in the Arrowhead region of Northeastern Minnesota. The office includes a general legal services program and the Senior Citizens Law Project.

424 West Superior Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 726-4800

Life House
Life House serves low-income, high-risk and homeless youth by providing access to education and employment, health services and housing opportunities. Life House offers a variety of on-site programs and activities designed to stop the cycle of poverty and homelessness for young people in the Duluth community.

102 West 1st Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 722-7431

Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans
Veteran Outreach North provides and/or coordinates transitional and supportive services for veterans experiencing homelessness who are motivated toward positive change.

5209 Ramsey Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 722-8763


SOAR Career Solutions
SOAR Career Solutions, formerly known as Project SOAR, started out as a YWCA program in 1980. The focus was to help homemakers who were looking for a job but did not possess the skills, experience or self-concept necessary to secure employment. In 1983, it became a private, non-profit organization. Since then, SOAR has been providing affordable, holistic and creative career planning services to job seekers and career changers in Duluth and the surrounding area.

205 W. 2nd Street, Ste. 101
Duluth, MN
(218) 722-3126

St. Louis County Social Services
The St. Louis County Social Services Department administers and implements Federal, State, and County public policies and mandates involving the protection, support, and rehabilitation of families and individuals.

320 West 2nd Street
Duluth, MN
(218) 726-2000

The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army provides extensive emergency services for low income homeless people.

215 South 27th Avenue West
Duluth, MN
(218) 722-7934

United Way 211
2-1-1 is a free service offered 24/7/365 to anyone seeking information and referrals.


Central Minnesota Resources

Catholic Charities Emergency Programs
Clothing, food shelf and financial support

157 Roosevelt Road Suite 100
St. Cloud, MN 56301

The Salvation Army
Food shelf ,weekday lunch program, emergency services, heat share, youth programs, women’s ministry program, men’s ministry program, young adult ministry program, music instruction, emergency shelter and disaster services

400 South Highway 10
St. Cloud, MN 56304

Place of Hope
Church of the week-emergency shelter program (Oct –March), daily meals at 5pm and church services offered weekly

511 9th Av. N
St. Cloud, MN 56303

Central Minnesota Legal Services
Legal representation regarding civil matters for low income persons residing in Benton, Chisago, Isanti, Mille Lacs, Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns and Todd Counties

830 W. St. Germain, Suite 309
P.O. Box 1598
St. Cloud, MN 56301
(320) 253-0138

Lutheran Social Services
Financial counseling, family services, employment services, crisis nursery counseling and mental health services

22 Wilson Ave. NE
St. Cloud, MN 56304

Tri- Cap (Tri- County Action Programs, Inc.)- St. Cloud
Homeless prevention and assistance programs, heating assistance, energy-related home repairs, transportation, budget counseling and housing/rental counseling

1210 23rd Ave S.
P.O. Box 683
Waite Park, MN 56387

Central Minnesota Mental Health Center- St. Cloud
Psychological evaluation, crisis response team, testing, individual, family,  and group counseling

1321 13th St. N.
St. Cloud, MN 56303

Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) – St. Cloud
Assists with rental assistance, low income housing and deferred loan assistance

1321 13th St. N.,
St. Cloud, MN 56303

Rochester Minnesota Resources

The Green Book

The “Green” book generated annually by Olmsted County Community Services through printing donations from the faith community.  It offers the most comprehensive list of services for low income and homeless individuals.

Green Book Unedited


The Salvation Army

The Rochester Salvation Army assists residents of Olmsted County with a wide range of programs, including food, housing and health services. Help is provided to anyone in need without discrimination. In addition, Salvation Army officers lead worship services every Sunday.

Free Meals
8:00 am to 10:00 am
Cup of coffee, a donut & conversation
11:30 am to 12:30 pm
Monday & Friday only
6:00pm to 6:45pm

20 1st Ave NE
(507) 288-3663

Channel One Regional Food Bank and Food Shelf

Channel One Regional Food Bank and Food Shelf, a certified member of Feeding America, is a non-profit organization that serves the mission to work in partnership with others to help feed people in need.

Monday – Thursday -8 am – 5:45 pm
Friday – 8 am – Noon

131 35 St SE
(507) 287-2350

Community Food Response

Community Food Response (CFR) is a volunteer-led nonprofit that provides free meals to hungry people.  Food is distributed on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 5p-6:30p at Bethel Lutheran Church.

810 3 Ave SE

Legal Assistance of Olmsted County (LAOC)

Legal Assistance of Olmsted County (LAOC) is a 501©3 non-profit organization that provides free civil legal services to low income persons.

1700 North Broadway Suite 124
Rochester, MN 55901
(507) 287-2036
FAX – 287-2035

Southern MN Regional Legal Services (SMRLS)

SMRLS has a long history in Minnesota.  SMRLS’ lawyers and paralegals provide free legal representation and advice to low income people in 33 southern Minnesota counties.

903 West Center St Suite 130
(507) 292-0080
FAX –(507)  292-0060

Public Defender’s Office

400 S Broadway Ste 204
Rochester, MN 55904-6498
(507) 285-7370

First Transit Inc. – Rochester Public Transit & Bus

4300 E River Rd NE
Rochester, MN 55906
(507) 206-5780

Three Rivers Community Action & Olmsted County Emergency Housing & Utility Aid

Helping you with paying bills, rent, counseling, or access to programs to become self-sufficient over the long term.

300 11th Ave. NW #110
Rochester, MN 55901
(507) 732-7391

Olmsted County Housing and Redevelopment Authority

The Olmsted County HRA is governed by a Board of Commissioners that meets monthly. It administers programs that provide rental assistance to tenants and rehabilitation funds to both homeowners and rental property owners. In addition, the Olmsted County HRA manages county-owned rental properties and partners with local agencies to provide other programs to increase the availability of affordable housing to residents of Olmsted County.

2122 Campus Drive SE
Suite 100
Rochester, MN 55904

Olmsted County Community Services

Mission: “Community Services partners for the safety, well-being, and stability of children, families, and adults in Olmsted County”

2117 Campus Dr SE
Suite 200
Rochester, MN 55904

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

(507) 281-1747 – 24 hour phone

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

(507) 281-2227 – 24 hour phone

Rochester Outreach Center (ROC)

ROC’s mission is to assist those in need in Rochester, Minnesota to the glory of Jesus

2450 Marion Rd SE
Rochester, MN 55904
(507) 226-8193

Recovery Programs: NA & AA

Dorothy Day Hospitality House

An Emergency homeless shelter.  They serve dinner daily at 6 pm.  You must have a 30 day break visits

9am to 4pm house closed
703 1st St SW
Rochester, MN 55902
(507) 282-5172

Cronin Home Inc.

Providing safe, sober, supportive living environment” for chronic chemically dependent/homeless adults.

825 West Silver Lake Dr NE
Rochester, MN 55901
(507) 282-1204 or 1-888-474-7597 (toll free)

Zumbro Valley Mental Health Center

Zumbro Valley Mental Health Center enhances the quality of life for individuals in southeaster Minnesota by serving as a community resource for the understanding and treatment of mental health and substance use disorders.  Our range of integrated behavioral health, community support and chemical health programs offer children, teens and adults compassionate, confidential care.

343 Wood Lake Dr.
Rochester, MN 55904

29 7th St NE
Rochester, MN 55901

(507) 535-5656

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Rochester

IHN is a network of volunteers from 49 faith communities who offer food and shelter to families who find themselves homeless.  IHN offers these families the basic necessities of life food, shelter and security while they are going through their personal crisis.  We give them a chance to regroup, rejuvenate and then get back on their feet with dignity.

811 7th St NW
(507) 281-3122

Intercultural Mutual Assistance Association (IMAA)

For nearly 30 years, Intercultural Mutual Assistance Association (IMAA) has created stability, supported success and built community for refugees and immigrants resettling in southeast Minnesota.

2500 Valleyhigh Dr. NW
(507) 289-5960

LINK Program – Lutheran Social Services

LINK serves at-risk & homeless youth ages 16-21 serves both families & individuals.  They also do outreach to youth on the streets.

Office hours: M-F 9am to 5pm

816 South Broadway (Soldiers Field Plaza)
Rochester, MN 55904
(507) 269-8085 or (507) 226-3811

Boys & Girls Club of Rochester

To empower all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring community members.

1026 East Center Street
Rochester, MN 55904
(507) 583-6699

Olmsted County Veterans Service Office

To promote the interests and welfare of veterans, their dependents and survivors and to enhance their quality of life through counseling, claims assistance, education, advocacy and special projects.

2100 Campus Dr SE
Rochester, MN 55904
(507) 328-6355