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Statewide Resources for Housing Help
MHP is an advocacy, research, and community development organization. We don’t own or manage housing or provide referrals to people looking for housing. As of July 2019, MHP no longer administers the Crisis Housing Fund.
Below are some resources that may be useful if you need housing help.
Minnesota Housing provides a list of resources and contact information to help people who need rental assistance, affordable rental housing, or shelter.
Housing Benefits 101 is a website that includes information on how to access homeless services in your county, keep your housing, and change your home. You can also call, email, or chat online with resource experts.
HousingLink keeps lists of subsidized housing options available in Minnesota. Tip: Keep track of the places you apply. If you’re on a waiting list for a housing unit or voucher, make sure to periodically update your contact information to ensure you can be reached.
211 United Way provides referrals for a range of services including food, shelter, and transportation.
The Family Homelessness Prevention and Assistance Program can sometimes provide rental or energy assistance to help prevent utility shut-offs or an eviction.
HOMELine is a free legal help hotline for renters.
Other legal help
Get advice for buying a home, foreclosure, and more.
The Crisis Housing Fund helps cover rent and utility costs for people entering residential treatment for mental illness or chemical dependency.