Celebrating a New Home for Hope Street

On June 21st, 2022, Catholic Charities celebrated the opening of a new location for Hope Street for Youth in Minneapolis’s Hiawatha neighborhood. The largest shelter of its kind in the state, Hope Street provides young people from 18-24 years of age with emergency shelter and services to start building a stable foundation for life in… (Read More)

Corporate Volunteers Give Back to Endeavors Residence

“Those that can do, do. Those who can do more, volunteer.” We at Catholic Charities couldn’t agree more with this statement. As residents and administrative staff continue to move into Catholic Charities at Elliot Park, we want to take a moment to acknowledge and celebrate the support given to us by corporate volunteer groups from… (Read More)

An Exodus to Endeavors: A Move Bringing Hope, Dignity, and Community

Catholic Charities at Elliot Park is a project that has been years in the making—and the project is finally complete! The adaptive reuse building complex includes the new Catholic Charities administrative headquarters, a Hennepin County Healthcare for the Homeless Clinic, the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Recuperative Care Center, and most exciting of all, the… (Read More)

Voice Podcast: Almost Homeless, Almost Housed

Homeless. What comes to mind when you hear that word? The Housing and Urban Development definition to be homeless is to have stayed last night in one of four locations or situations. That’s a place not fit for human habitation, like under a bridge or a skyway or bus stop. An emergency shelter would be… (Read More)

Supporting Mental Health and Housing Stability on Dorothy Day Campus

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month and Catholic Charities is proud to have a program focused exclusively on providing care for people experiencing homelessness who are also navigating mental health concerns. The Housing-Focused Behavioral Health Support Team (HBST) is a small-but-mighty team who have been advocating for guests who access the emergency services offered… (Read More)