Project Live Out Loud

Project Live Out Loud #SurvivingTheFight is a culturally specific Rapid Rehousing program for youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender (LGBTQ). The program provides housing for youth through regular market rate apartments in the Twin Cities and provides landlords with rental subsidies. The program also provides culturally specific services, support groups and activities in addition to trauma informed supportive services that include case management, life skills education, assistance with education and employment, connections to mental health and chemical dependency treatment, connections to health care services and leadership development opportunities.

PLOL serves homeless singles ages 18-24

Participants must:

Be referred by Hennepin County Coordinated Entry

Be verified homeless in Hennepin County on the day of intake with a letter from an out reach worker indicating the person is living in a place not meant for human habitation or a letter from an emergency shelter

Be capable of living independently

Be willing to participate in PLOL Program services

In order to obtain a Coordinated Entry Assessment, please access a Hennepin County Shelter or outreach worker via or Adult Shelter Connect by dialing 211.

For more information regarding Project Live Out Loud, please contact SARA CASSIDY, Program Manager: