After 25 years at its current location in downtown Minneapolis, Exodus Residence will soon more than double the number of rooms available to people experiencing homeless at its new home in Elliot Park. The newly renovated building will help people who are chronically homeless, including veterans and those in recuperative care.
What is being called “Exodus 2.0” for now, will also be the new home for our administrative and shared services staff, our Aging and Disability Services, a Health Care for the Homeless Clinic operated by the county and permanent housing and recuperative care beds for 203 men and women who need housing stability, many of whom are older and medically frail, including many veterans. We answer some frequently asked questions here.
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St. Olaf pastor Monsignor Francis Fleming purchased the Mahala Fisk Pillsbury Club building behind the church on Second Avenue.
Refurbishing Project involving more than 100 volunteers clean, strip floors and paint 93 rooms.
Assisi on 9th Park created. Residents take great care in upkeep and planting of flowers.
Exodus Hotel and Residential Structured Housing merge to become one program with a new name: Exodus Residence.
In the midst of a statewide housing crisis, Catholic Charities purchases the new home to Exodus 2.0 building at 1007 E 14th St in the Elliot Park neighborhood of Minneapolis, providing urgently needed homes to 203 people who need housing stability, many of whom are older and medically frail, including many veterans.
After delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, construction on Exodus 2.0 begins to renovate the existing building to serve future residents and host Catholic Charities administrative staff.
Renovations at Catholic Charities at Elliot Park are nearly complete and we expect to welcome residents and staff starting in May!