Ending Homelessness

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill named a “Top Project of 2016”

Beacon Hill grew from a partnership between Itasca County Health and Human Services, Itasca County Housing and Redevelopment Authority, GRACE House shelter, Northland Counseling Center Inc., the Minnesota Department of Corrections, Itasca County Probation and KOOTASCA Community Action. With 20 apartments and 28 townhouses, Beacon Hill serves a diverse mix of more than 120 tenants… More

Rick Klun, Center City Housing Corp.

10 years in, Duluth’s San Marco Apartments considered a model

If not for the San Marco Apartments, Lisa Ronnquist, 60, said she'd probably have died homeless on the streets of Duluth by now. "This place saved my life," she said. Ronnquist was a chronic alcoholic when she came to the newly constructed San Marco 10 years ago as one of its first residents. "Before we… More

LIHTCs bring affordable youth housing to affluent MN neighborhood

As reported in the Feb. 2017 Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits by senior writer Mark O'Meara. In Minnesota, children and adults 24 and younger are the most likely population to be homeless, according to the 2015 Minnesota Housing Study, a statewide study on homelessness. This includes children with their parents (35 percent) and minors and young… More

Off the floor and into dignified digs – Higher Ground St Paul delivers

GMHF staff had the opportunity to tour one of the latest achievements in affordable housing and serving homeless individuals: Higher Ground Saint Paul, the new shelter and supportive housing development in downtown Saint Paul developed by Catholic Charities, under the leadership of Tim Marx, CEO. Higher Ground is an incredibly inspiring development in its scale… More

Heading Home MN family

Student success starts with stable housing

Too many Minnesota students are struggling with homelessness. Housing instability keeps students from attending school consistently and diminishes their likelihood of achieving key measures like reading proficiency, a predictor of future success. With approximately 10,000 Minnesota children struggling with homelessness, Lt. Governor Tina Smith, state legislators, and education and child advocates highlighted the importance of… More

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