HOUSING STABILIZATION services
Housing Stabilization Services is a community based service (HCBS). It is paid for by MN Medical Assistance to help people with disabilities, including mental illness and substance use disorder, and seniors to find and keep housing.
The purpose of these services is to support you if you need to transition into new housing or to increase long-term stability in your housing. The goal is to avoid future periods of homelessness or institutionalization.
The purpose of these services is to:
- Support you in transitioning into housing,
- Increase long-term stability in housing in the community, and
- Avoid future periods of homelessness or institutionalization.
To Qualify you must:
- Be 18 years of age or older
- Have Medical Assistance
- Have a disability: physical, mental or substance use disorder
- Be homeless or at risk for homelessness
County caseworkers and case managers can refer you to this service if you ask and are qualified.
Two Types of Housing
- Transitional: this service is to help you find new housing
- Sustaining: this service is to help you keep your housing
Our housing specialists have years of experience working with individuals that are in need of housing. HHHC has been providing housing support for over 20 years under its ILS program, so we know the ins and outs of resourcing for housing, despite the difficult housing market.
If you are need of housing, please contact our intake department at 763-425-5959.