Welcome to the Folwell Neighborhood Association (FNA) Housing page. We are so glad you are here. Folwell is a neighborhood made up of predominately charming single family homes, with a few businesses on our main corridors, senior living centers, and apartments. Housing support and housing rights is important to Folwell.
Winter and Emergency Assistance Programs
Are you in need of energy/heat/bill assistance this winter? Struggling to find food or clothes? Here is our Short list of Resources to help you through.
Currently the FNA does not offer any down payment assistance or home repair loans. As the housing team looks for ways to support residents in living their healthiest life, here is a collection of a variety of housing resources through the city, county and non profits servicing the area.
(If you have positive input or negative feedback about any of these resources, please contact our Outreach Coordinator to ensure we only refer people to safe spaces.)
City Housing support: A link to the city’s housing resources
Community Action Partners: Comprehensive resource list for all residents seeking aid, financial assistance and direction through Hennipen County.
Emergency and Transitional Housing Resources
Our Saviour’s Housing Emergency Shelter: 2219 Chicago Ave S 55404 – 612-872-4193 ext 0
Our Saviour’s Transitional Housing: 2301 Chicago Ave S – 612-872-4021 ext 1
House of Charity treatment program and transitional housing: 510 S. 8th St. 55404 – 612-594-2002
Higher Ground Shelter: 165 Glenwood Ave N 55405 – 612-204-8552, ccspm.org
HOPE Harbor Salvation Army: 53 Glenwood Ave 55403 – 612-659-0705, savationarmynorth.org
Homeline: Tenant Advocacy and Free Legal Assistance
BDC Management Company: Respectful treatment to all people: Elderly, Disabled, Sec. 8, Sober, Families, Homeless
InquilinXs UnidXs Por Jusitica: Renter’s right’s organization
Housing Link: Long list of housing resources
Maynikoowahdak Odena housing for tribal community living for folks with disabilities and/or HIV/AIDS: 1335 East 23rd St. 55404 – 612-722-6248
Section 8 Housing: Find out the guidelines and eligibility of the program
MN Housing: Loan and emergency help with rehabbing your home
MN Housing: Home fix it program
Looking to buy a home
Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation: Helping individuals and families secure an affordable home
PPL: Project for Pride in Living – a resource to overcoming all the hurdles of home ownership
Minneapolis Buy.Build.Rehab Program: A range of opportunities to own a home in Minneapolis
Community Land Trust: A home buying option for those without options
Hearts and Hammers: Free exterior home repair for seniors
Senior Linkage Line: A variety of livability resource for seniors
HOME Program: The HOME program is to help seniors remain independent in a clean, safe environment by providing accessible, reliable and affordable chore services. 952-746-4046
Veterans in Crisis: Call 1-800-273-8255 for immediate help and assistance.
Housing for Veterans: A collaboration of HUD and VA resources to house homeless Veterans
The Housing team conducted a full neighborhood survey in the summer of 2018 around housing issues and needs. The results of this survey are listed here. housingsurvey
If you would like a copy emailed to you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about the survey and Neighborhood Connectors, read about it on the blog.
OTHER HELPFUL INFO
- The Housing team meets at Neighborhood Night the third Monday of every month. Save these dates in 2018 and come join the planning and organizing:
July 16 August 20 September 17 October 15 November 12* December 17
* For the month of Nov, Neighborhood Night will be combined with the FNA Annual Board meeting hosted on Nov. 12. This co created event is called the “Annual Neighborhood Gathering and Election”and will have a more formal program than the open space agenda it normally hosts.
- If you are unable to join us on Mondays but have questions, or would like to be apart of the Housing team, please contact Danielle Tietjen.