FAMILY HOMELESSNESS PREVENTION AND ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (FHPAP)
Family Homelessness Prevention and Assistance Program (FHPAP) funds is an on-going grant that Ramsey County receives through Minnesota Housing Finance Agency (MHFA) to fund four different service models within Ramsey County: street outreach, prevention assistance, homeless assistance, and rapid rehousing. FHPAP funds target single adults, youth ages 24 and younger, and/or families with minor children that are at risk of homelessness or already experiencing homelessness.
Prevention assistance can assist households with late rent and/or utility payments. Homeless Assistance is to assist households with a one-time deposit and/or 1st month's rent payment to move into new housing if the household is already homeless. Households seeking rapid rehousing (RRH) programs must have a housing assessment via coordinated entry (CE) and be placed on the priority list for Coordinated Entry (CE).
Please click on the link below to obtain a contact list of the currently funded FHPAP providers in Ramsey County:
EMERGENCY SOLUTIONS GRANT (ESG)
Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) is available through the City of St. Paul. ESG funds can be used for street outreach, operational costs of emergency shelters, rapidly rehouse homeless individuals and families, and prevent individuals/families from becoming homeless. For more information on ESG funds or to receive a list of funded agencies, please contact: Joe Collins at 651-266-6020.