While the Fund supports many programs in the metropolitan area that help individuals and families locate and afford housing, the Fund does not directly assist individuals or families in this search.
If you are seeking housing or need assistance, please refer to the organizations listed below.
Emergency Assistance | Rental & Homeownership Resources
United Way 2-1-1 – Dial 211 or 651-291-0211 (English, Hmong, Russian, Somali, and Spanish)
Housing Resource Center (Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation) – 612-588-3033 or 651-486-7401
Housing Benefits 101 (a service provided by Minnesota Department of Human Services) – Housing information, including resources specifically for older adults, people with disabilities, and the homeless.
You have the right to live anywhere you want to, as long as you can afford the rent and honor the terms of the lease. Wherever you choose to live, you have both rights and responsibilities, and so does your landlord. If both tenant and landlord follow the rules and do the right thing, a rented house or apartment becomes a safe and friendly place for you and your family to live. Help is available to find affordable housing or solve housing problems.
Home Line – Tenants may speak with a tenant advocate who will provide free advice regarding Minnesota landlord/tenant law – 612-728-5767 or 866-866-3546
HousingLink – Statewide list of affordable rental vacancies and information about Section 8 programs
Rental Help: Minnesota (US Department of Housing and Urban Development)
Homeownership and Foreclosure Prevention Resources
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency – 651-296-8215
Minnesota Home Ownership Center – 651-659-9336 or 866-462-6466
OwnAHomeMN.org (Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers)
SHOP Home Mortgage (Contract For Deed) – 651-793-8900[/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]