Ending Homelessness Services
Avivo believes that housing is a human right. Housing First is Avivo’s primary approach. Our Ending Homelessness team of more than 100 diverse and talented staff have a “do what it takes” commitment to ending homelessness. We help thousands of people experiencing homelessness find housing, shelter and support in order to take their next best steps to stability and healthier well-being. Avivo uniquely pairs its housing and shelter services with medical care, treatment, employment services and training depending on the individual’s needs.
Our team connects individuals experiencing unsheltered homelessness in Hennepin County to shelter, permanent housing, healthcare and community resources.
This non-traditional, COVID-19 aware shelter for people experiencing unsheltered homelessness is the first of its kind. Avivo Village is a pilot, transitional housing shelter – an indoor village of 100 tiny homes for adults – complete with medical services, security services, housing case management and connection to other community supports.
Transitional Recovery Housing
While individuals or families (mothers with children) are in Avivo treatment programming, Avivo provides transitional recovery housing so they may focus on recovery and stabilizing their lives. Learn more about Avivo’s treatment programming.
Housing Case Management Services
Avivo’s housing case managers help individuals secure and keep their housing. We work with private, nonprofit, and tribal housing property owners to provide onsite housing services to residents. Case managers support individuals living independently in their own housing.
Individuals seeking shelter should contact the County office in their county of residence. In Hennepin County, single adults would contact Adult Shelter Connect at 612.248.2350 or reach out to a Street Outreach worker they may be working with; families seeking shelter should contact Hennepin County at 612.348.9410. After hours, please call United Way 211 (mobile: 651.291.0211).
Individuals should reach out to the County office in the county they are living in, to talk with someone about their Coordinated Entry process and obtain an assessment.