Heading Home Hennepin
In 2006, the City of Minneapolis and Hennepin County adopted a 10-year plan to end homelessness, entitled Heading Home Hennepin. This plan was developed by a commission of business and civic leaders, human service support agencies, advocates, and individuals who have experienced homelessness. It has since garnered community-wide support. Part of a burgeoning national initiative, Heading Home Hennepin was created to address the continued cycle of homelessness and change the cultural paradigm from managing it to ending it.
Homelessness Assistance Tools
- Emergency Solutions Grant Program (formerly Emergency Shelter Grant) funds are used to renovate, rehabilitate and convert buildings for use as emergency shelters or transitional housing for homeless people.
Last updated Jun 16, 2014