Churches United Homeless Shelter - Moorhead, MN
Churches United for the Homeless is the largest shelter in northwestern Minnesota and is the only shelter within 225 miles that is able to accommodate single men, single women, and both one and two parent families. We offer a safe haven to those most in need, a chance to reflect on the direction they wish for their lives, and the opportunity to utilize our community's many resources in achieving their goals. We offer spiritual ministry and emotional affirmation to people who are homeless, furnishing a temporary shelter, and referring residents to appropriate services such as job service, social services, mental health services, and programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous. Our Emergency Shelter capacity is 15 men, 6 women and 8 families. Our Transitional Shelter is group residential housing for 13 men and women and Veterans Outreach for 5.
Agency: Churches United for the Homeless
Care & Share Forever - Crookston, MN
Care & Share provides services for food, shelter, basic necessities, life skills, employment, disabilities, criminal history, physical/mental health concerns, legal needs and other issues. The entity helps individuals or families to work toward obtaining or maintaining permanent housing.
Agency: Care & Share Forever - Crookston
Fargo-Moorhead Dorothy Day House - Moorhead, MN
The Fargo-Moorhead Dorothy Day House of Hospitality is a caring, Christian community that shelters, nourishes, and empowers people who are homeless and hungry.
Agency: Fargo-Moorhead Dorothy Day House
Northlands Rescue Mission - Grand Forks, ND
The Christian-based nonprofit ministry serves homeless men and women in 21 counties of North Dakota and Minnesota with shelter, meals, clothing, spiritual guidance and case management, all delivered in a safe environment, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Agency: Northlands Rescue Mission
YWCA of Cass Clay - Fargo, ND
The YWCA operates the largest Emergency Shelter for women and children in North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota and provides safe and affordable, short and long term supportive housing options for low-income women. A unique empowerment approach and comprehensive programs designed to break the cycles of poverty and violence for women and their families make the YWCA shelter the only facility of its kind in the region. In addition to safe shelter and supportive housing, programs include: children’s services, education and employment programming, a food pantry, racial justice advocacy, and a nationally accredited public childcare center, A Child’s World.
Agency: YWCA of Cass Clay
Emergency Shelter (for Domestic Violence)
24 hour crisis call line, assistance with protection orders, accompaniment to court proceedings, referral to other local agencies for legal and health issues, safety planning, and group support. All services free and confidential.
Agency Name: Violence Intervention Project
Homeless Intervention Program
Alluma offers a Homeless Intervention Progrom (HIP) designed to help adults and families experiencing serious mental illness and homelessness achieve independence and stability. Click the Alluma link below for more information.