Other Housing Resources
These are resources for artists looking for assistance with renting, home ownership or emergency housing issues.
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MN Housing Partnership
- Looking for Housing: MN Housing Partnership promotes homes for all Minnesotans and assists Minnesota communities by offering comprehensive online resources for renters, homebuyers, homelessness, legal issues, and region-specific issues.
MN Homeownership Center
- Homebuyer Handbook for Artists and Independent Workers in Minnesota [PDF]. A 20-page handbook created by Springboard for the Arts with the Minnesota Homeownership Center outlining the home-buying process. Downloadable as a PDF.
- Reports & Resources: The Minnesota Homeownership Center empowers homeowners, homebuyers and communities to make smarter choices through their research of the housing market and resources for professionals and homeowners.
- Housing Resources for Landlords & Tenants: HOME Line provides free and low-cost legal, organizing, education, and advocacy services so that tenants throughout Minnesota can solve their own rental housing problems.
- For free legal assistance, dial 612-728-5767 or email an attorney.
- Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative: Beacon is an interfaith collaborative of congregations committed to ending homelessness that offers housing and emergency services for families and individuals.
- Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis: Catholic Charities provides shelter, meals, and the opportunity to find a job, secure a stable home and medical care for those who need it through their multiple resource, emergency, and housing centers. For immediate assistance, call 651-291-0211.
- Crisis Housing: MN Housing Partnership offers a flexible pool of money that provides short-term housing assistance to persons with a serious and persistent mental illness whose income is being used to pay for an inpatient psychiatric treatment of 90 days or less.
- United Way 2-1-1: United Way 2-1-1 is free referral line offering information about food, housing, employment, childcare, transportation, health services, senior services and more. United Way 2-1-1 may also have staff available to speak Hmong, Russian, Somali, and Spanish.