Housing Stability Update: February 26, 2021

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Housing Stability Update

Thank you for subscribing to this e-newsletter for updates on Ramsey County’s efforts to address housing stability to support those experiencing homelessness. We will regularly share timely updates on our website (ramseycounty.us/HousingStability) and through this e-newsletter.

Next steps for the Provincial House family shelter

Project Home at the Provincial House

Yesterday, the City of Saint Paul’s Zoning Committee unanimously passed an application from Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul for a conditional use permit to use the Provincial House as a family shelter.

The Zoning Committee’s recommendation will now go to the Planning Commission for a vote on Friday, March 5. The agenda for this meeting will be posted on the City’s website next week.

Learn more in this KSTP video.

Temporary emergency shelter resources in Ramsey County

Unsheltered homelessness is a serious challenge many communities across the country – including Ramsey County – are facing.

Many are currently in dire need of safe, secure shelter. If you or someone you know need to access temporary emergency housing in Ramsey County, there are options.

Contact information for each of these resources are below.

Catholic Charities - Higher Ground
Phone: 651-647-2350, choose option #7

Union Gospel Mission
Phone: 651-292-1721

United Way’s Helpline and Crisis Line
Phone: Dial 211

Ramsey County’s Homeless Services Team
Phone: 651-266-7818
Business hours: 8 a.m. to 5:15 p.m., Monday-Friday

YMCA’s Youth Resource Line
Phone: 763-493-3052
Business hours: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week

SafeZone Drop-In Center for Homeless Youth
Phone: 651-224-9644
Address: 130 East 7th Street, Saint Paul, MN 55101

Click here for more resources.

Ramsey County and its partners have leveraged CARES funding to provide emergency shelter, temporary housing in hotels and respite care facilities for those experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more here.