When talking about issues like homelessness or affordable housing, the phrase “housing continuum” is often referred to but many people have questions about what it means. In this episode of Voice, Amanda Horner and Mike Rios-Keating provide answers to the most asked questions.
Minnesota: Out in the cold Minnesota’s statewide housing crisis is impacting Minnesotans at every point in the housing continuum, but not group is in more danger than the unsheltered- the dramatically increasing number of people living in their cars, under bridges, in stairwells and other places not meant for human habitation. This population is growing… (Read More)
From our daily social services to our social justice advocacy work, the mission of Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis is built on Catholic Social Teaching. Despite its deep roots in scripture and church documents, Catholic Social Teaching is not universally understood. In the first of a series of episodes, Mike Rios-Keating explores what… (Read More)
Housing support is a statewide program that exists to help people achieve and maintain housing stability. Directed towards seniors and adults with disabilities who have low incomes and who are at risk of homelessness or institutional placement, the program helps pay for housing costs, including rent, utilities, food, bed linens, laundry and housing supplies. More… (Read More)
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… (Read More)