Family Service Center

The Family Service Center provides temporary housing for Ramsey County families experiencing homelessness. As many as 65 adults and children may stay at the Family Service Center for a maximum of 120 days per year. Families receive housing and employment search resources and other services to help them transition from homelessness to stable housing.

Services:

    • • Housing and employment search assistance
    • • Activities for children, tutoring and resources
    • • Parenting education and life skills training
    • • Three meals per day
    • • Transportation assistance
    • • Onsite medical and dental health services
    • • Laundry facilities
    • • Computer lab
    • • Up to 30 consecutive nights of shelter for families

All intakes for the Family Service Center are completed through:

Coordinated Access to Housing and Shelter
Woodland Hills Church
1740 Van Dyke St. Maplewood, MN 55109.
Families in need of shelter should contact CAHS at 651-215-2262

Contact:

Family Service Center
2001 Van Dyke Street
Maplewood, MN 55109
651.647.2300
651.779.5429 fax

 


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Families play a waiting game for shelter

Alyshya and daughtersAlyshya and her daughters are playing the waiting game at Catholic Charities' Family Service Center. Under guidelines of the Ramsey County shelter system policies, families may only stay at the Family Service Center a total of 120 days per year. Read their story

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