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House of Charity

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House of Charity's Day by Day program uses an integrated, holistic approach to the treatment of co-occurring disorders. We provide a program that has the ability to restore the mind, body, and spirit.

Help Facilitate healing! Donate coping skills toolboxes for our mental and chemical health treatment programs!
Coping Skills Tools:

  • Stress balls
  • scented lotions
  • crayons
  • markers
  • art supplies
  • bubbles
  • glitter sensory bottles
  • coloring books
  • Journals
Of Hennepin County's population of homeless adults, those who have experienced long-term homelessness...

55% have a serious mental illness, 18% have a substance abuse problem and 16% have a dual mental illness AND chemical dependency diagnosis.

A COPING TOOLBOX CAN...
  1. Provide distraction in difficult moments
  2. Ground clients in the 5 Senses
  3. Help clients practice self-care and love

Day By Day is House of Charity's 120-day outpatient program for women and men 18 years of age and older that offers a total quality of life approach to co-occurring Chemical and Mental Health Treatment.
We offer a safe and sober environment where clients have the ability to build self-esteem, make positive changes, and learn to live productive lives as part of recovery

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About House of Charity

Location:

510 S. 8th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55404, US

Mission Statement

To feed those in need, house those experiencing homelessness and empower individuals to achieve independence.

Description

Right from the start, in the early 1950s, House of Charity has been about transforming lives...one person at a time. Our founder, Brother de Paul, responded to the need he saw around him by providing food and shelter to the poor in Minneapolis. Since its beginnings on Nicollet Island, House of Charity has been located at several sites in downtown Minneapolis, and moved to its current location at 510 South 8th Street in 1976. Once a hotel, the building now houses 116 men and women who have experienced homelessness.

One of our primary goals is to help struggling individuals meet their basic human needs of food and shelter while reducing barriers to their long-term self-sufficiency.

We do this by providing:

  • Daily Free Public Meals at our Food Centre
  • Transitional Housing
  • Permanent Supportive Housing
  • Chemical and Mental Health Treatment
  • Public Showers

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

510 South 8th St.Minneapolis, MN 55404

(44.97308,-93.26559)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

N/A

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