Mission: Cabrini Partnership provides housing and services to support homeless adults with mental illness and chemical dependency to strengthen their lives, families and community.
Results: In FY 2010:
*212 individuals had a safe place to live and the supportive services they needed
*75% remained housed throughout the year
*3 out of 4 of our clients who experienced mental illness and chemical dependency, learned how to manage their mental and chemical health
*89% sustained sobriety or reduced substance abuse
Target demographics: Homeless adults who are mentally ill and/or chemically dependent
Direct beneficiaries per year: In FY 2010 - 212 adults
Geographic areas served: Twin Cities Metro Area of Minnesota
Programs: Cabrini Partnership has two programs. A transitional housing program houses and stabilizes dually diagnosed adults in a community setting. The program can accomodate 23 adults at a time. Annually we serve 55-60 in this program. The second program offers permanent supportive housing that makes available affordable, one-bedroom apartments to people with a history of severe & persistent mental illness/ chemical dependency and who are long term homeless. Currently, we are providing a home for 80 individuals. The majority are long-term homeless who previously were living on the streets or in shelters. Our two programs share three primary components: stable housing; a strengths-based model of case management; the availability of assistance when it's needed.
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If anyone living in the Minneapolis area whom is considered to be long term homeless, should definetely contact this nonprofit. Not only will they help you to get into an apartment, but will also give you a monthly stipend for living expenses. All this will give you mental stability and help with any addictions you may have.