173 efficiency, single room occupancy, board & lodge, and recuperative care units for single adults, veterans, and people with complex medical conditions.
The Endeavors Residence offers a unique integrated model of care that promotes housing stability, health, and wellbeing. A total of 173 units of housing in Endeavors Residence provides a safe place to call home to single adults (ages 18 and up) from diverse backgrounds who have experienced homelessness and utilize supportive services. Many residents are veterans, elderly, and/or have complex medical needs. Staff provides care 24/7, using trauma-informed best practices.
Also located in the building, The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Recuperative Care Center provides short-term respite opportunities for 30 people experiencing homelessness who need additional time to recover after being released from a hospital. Staff coordinates closely with local health care providers including neighboring Hennepin County Medical Center. Hennepin County’s Health Care for the Homeless Clinic is embedded in the community, serving as a public neighborhood storefront clinic for area residents who require medical support and qualify for services based on income. Six medical examination rooms and space for psychiatric care for those seeking mental health support will be available onsite.