Programs and Services
When hard times hit, make us your first call. No matter what the need – physical, emotional or spiritual – we’re here to help. From meeting your most basic needs to outlining the path to long-term solutions, we can help you overcome the obstacles you face today and provide hope for tomorrow.
Click below to reveal details about each program and service we offer. Then, call 612-767-3100 to learn more or request help.
Overnight shelter for homeless men and women
Emergency housing funded by Hennepin County
Other shelter options
Front Porch meetings are Thursday morning (register by 8 a.m.) at the VA Medical Center, One Veterans Drive in Minneapolis, and Monday through Friday mornings (register by 8 a.m.) at the VA Community Resource and Referral Center, 1201 Harmon Place in downtown Minneapolis.
Basics of Life Training (BOLT)
Men and women can receive spiritual-based education on health issues: specifically mental and physical health. The program is focused on providing the life skills that are lacking in participants’ lives (learn more).
Public nutrition/free daily meal
Beacon is a state-licensed program that stresses relapse prevention, finding and keeping a job, obtaining housing and developing a strong support system. Beacon also offers on-site chemical use assessments to Harbor Light shelter guests and the community.
To learn more or for enrollment information, call 612-767-3100 ext. 3131.