RESOURCES AND SUPPORT
We recognize that you are coming to us out of a ‘need’, not necessarily a ‘want’. We hold that recognition with respect, compassion, and solidarity. We promise to do our very best to share this part of your journey with you in ways that are supportive, but also rooted in our commitment towards a more just world . Thanks for taking this leap of faith with us. We look forward to getting to know you.
Support at your finger tips. Visit ysnmn.org for our current shelter bed availability and for immediate resources.
Avenues operates two shelter and transitional living programs. Minneapolis Avenues, in North Minneapolis, provides emergency shelter and housing in a welcoming and youth-driven environment. We're here to help you navigate resources to get you where you want to be. If you're looking for a one-three night stay in an emergency bed, reserve a bed below. If you are looking to enter the program, our beds become available on a first come, first served basis. Minneapolis Avenues has 20 program beds. Check YSNMN for our availability.
Brooklyn Avenues, in Brooklyn Park, also provides emergency shelter and housing. Brooklyn Avenues has 11 program beds. Both houses are staffed 24/7 with supportive adults who are dedicated and focused on supporting you.
Brooklyn Avenues and Minneapolis Avenues support individual youth ages 16-20 of all gender identities. Minneapolis Avenues and Brooklyn Avenues do not accept families, couples, pets, or youth ages 21+ or younger than 16. If you are older than 20 or have a family, check our other programs below to see if you meet criteria, or visit the Adult Shelter Connect here.
Drop-In Hours at Camden Avenues
The health and safety of youth at Avenues is, as always, our top priority. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, Avenues is postponing our youth drop-in hours at Camden Avenues (Tuesdays from 2:30-5:00) until further notice. If you are a young person in need of resources, we are here for you. Rosie Benser can bring supplies to you and can connect you with resources. Call or text Rosie at 612-214-5964.