PPL Supportive Housing Programs

What is Supportive Housing?

Supportive housing combines rental subsidy with supportive services to help people who face complex challenges live with stability, autonomy, and dignity. PPL provides supportive housing opportunities throughout the Metro Area for individuals and families from specific populations, including those who have experienced homelessness, are living with a disability, have experienced chemical dependency, or who have a criminal background. Eligibility requirements vary depending on the program. Call PPL at 612.455.5100 for more information on our programs.

Hennepin County

Cabrini Supportive Housing

Program for single adults located in 170 apartments across Hennepin County. Participants must have experienced long-term homelessness, meet GRH eligibility, and have a disability. Referrals are taken from Hennepin County Shelter Team.

Minneapolis (North)

Lowry

A four-unit building serving families who participate in  PPL programs and would benefit from supportive housing services. Program accepts internal PPL program referrals.

PPL Re-Start

A 14-unit building for individuals with criminal histories in partnership with Better Futures MN. Re-Start provides a structured environment for individuals who are interested in gaining stability and moving forward. Referrals are taken from Hennepin County Shelter Team.

Prosperity Village

Program serves 12 units within a 25-unit site for homeless families who have experienced homelessness and face barriers to stable housing. One member of the family must have a diagnosed disability. Referrals are taken from Hennepin County Shelter Team.

Minneapolis (South)

Collaborative Village

A 20-unit building for homeless families who have experienced homelessness and face barriers to stable housing. One member of the family must have a diagnosed disability. Referrals are taken from Hennepin County Shelter Team.

Elliot Park Commons

A 25-unit building for individuals who have a diagnosed disability. The program has many long-term residents. Program maintains a small wait list for internal PPL program referrals.

Heading Home PPL

Program serves 15 families who have experienced long-term homelessness. Families are placed in housing across south Minneapolis. Referrals are taken from Hennepin County Shelter Team.  

Robbinsdale

Adair Campus

A 31-unit property for individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities. The project is comprised of both rental and ownership housing.  Program maintains a small waiting list for program partners.  

St. Paul 

New Foundations

Program of 44-units of housing on the east side of St. Paul serving families who have experienced homelessness. Head of household must be homeless and have both mental and chemical health diagnoses. Referrals are taken from Ramsey County Coordinated Access to Housing & Shelter.

Fort Road Flats

Program serves 16 units within a 44-unit building for families who have experienced homelessness. Some units require one member of family must have a diagnosed disability.  Referrals are taken from Ramsey County Coordinated Access to Housing & Shelter.

For Access to Shelter and Supportive Housing

Ramsey County Coordinated Access to Housing & Shelter: 651.215.2262

Hennepin County Shelter Team: 612.348.9410

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