Washington County rent assistance.

The rent and housing programs available in Washington County range from financial aid from non-profits to government resources. For those families that are living on a very low income, they may also apply for section 8 vouchers or be placed into low income apartments. Below is more information on the primary rent, security deposit, and housing resources in the Stillwater area.

Most of the programs will focus on homeless prevention. This means that a resident facing an emergency and that has an eviction notice may be first in line for rent help. The next priority will be on assisting the disabled, senior citizens, or families with children. In most cases, the Washington County agencies want the applicant to have a source of income.

Any funds for rental assistance are combined with case management as well. This is done as the goal is to help break a cycle of homelessness or evictions in the community.

Hastings Family Service
Address - 301 2nd St E
Hastings, Minnesota, 55033
Call (651) 437-7134
The non-profit may offer emergency financial assistance for rent, heating bills, deposits, and more. Some of the aid is available from no interest loans.

Washington County intake of Bridges Rental Assistance Program can be reached at (651) 602-1880. This is a government resource that is only for the disabled or people with a serious mental illness. A grant may be paid out while the applicant is waiting on section 8.

Stillwater Housing Finance Agency
Phone:(651) 296-7608
They use state funds to offer rent help from the Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) as well as other housing programs.

 

 

 

Solid Ground - Home Again Program
7752 Hemingway Ave S
Cottage Grove, Minnesota, 55016
Security deposits as well as emergency rent help to stop an eviction is part of the FHPAP - Family Homeless Prevention and Assistance Program. There is help for single parents, youth, and others.

The Salvation Army Centers
7380 Afton Rd
Woodbury, MN, 55125
Call (651) 739-6288 for homeless prevention or placement into shelter.

Minnesota Regional Legal Services
(651) 222-4731 or call toll free 1-888-575-2954
Low income families can get help in applying for benefits such as section 8 or grants for rent. They also support seniors with housing issues and other concerns.

Family Resource Center
Address - 215 4th St N
Stillwater, MN
(651) 439-2641
Transitional housing and shelter is available.

Valley Outreach
1911 Curve Crest Blvd W
Stillwater, Minnesota, 55082
Phone:(651) 351-3169
Assistance is only for struggling families in the Stillwater Area School District #834.

 

 

 

Washington County Community Services
19955 Forest Rd N, Forest Lake, Minnesota, 55025, dial (651) 275-7260
Another site is at 13000 Ravine Pkwy, Cottage Grove, MN, 55016. Telephone - (651) 430-4159.
Or try 14949 62nd St N, Stillwater, Minnesota, 55082. Phone (651) 430-6459.
The Emergency General Assistance (EGA) programs is for a one-time crisis that could lead to a safety issue. So money may be offered for rent, a mortgage payments, and there are also grants for utilities. Case management is offered too.

 

 

 

 

 

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