The Housing First Program offers 30 units of scattered-site supportive housing in Hennepin County for youth experiencing homelessness that also have a mental health and/or chemical dependency diagnosis or a physical disability.
In addition to housing, The Link also provides trauma informed and strength based supportive services for youth that include but are not limited to case management, life skills education, assistance with education and employment, connections to mental health and chemical dependency treatment, connections to health care services, support groups, positive youth development activities and leadership development opportunities.
Housing First serves homeless, singles who have a mental health and/or chemical dependency diagnosis or a physical disability ages 18-24 and their children.
- Qualify as long-term homeless:Long Term Homeless Definition
- Have long term disability that significantly impairs employment
- Be eligible for General Assistance
- Be between the ages of 18-22 at the time of application
For Coordinated Entry information visit http://www.hennepinca.com/get-help/