Member Agencies

SWC has many diverse members. Membership consists of working collaboratively to develop best practices, participating in various training opportunities, attending monthly informational meetings, and coordination of geographic outreach areas and schedules to ensure the most consistent services for youth. Membership is open to all youth-serving agencies throughout the metro (and beyond). Please contact us for more information.

StreetWorks collaborative members include:

Lutheran Social Service of MN

501 Asbury Street
St. Paul, MN 55104
651-644-7739

A continuum of services that provide housing, case management and independent living skills for youth ages 16-21 in Ramsey County. Programs include on-site transitional housing (Rezek), a scattered-site program (Transitional Living Project), and housing for 16 and 17 year-old moms and their babies (LifeHaven). Safe House is a short-term emergency shelter for youth ages 16-20. Call the Ramsey County Youth Shelter Line to reserve a bed: 651-444-5757

Pillsbury House – Full Cycle Program

3515 Chicago Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55407
612.824.7581

Full Cycle provides street–based outreach, a free bike program, paid internship, and a hassle–free, youth run food shelf for homeless and street engaged youth 23 years and under.

Ain Dah Yung Center

1089 Portland Ave,
Saint Paul, MN 55104
651.227.4184

A culturally based social service provider for strengthening American Indian youth and families. Services include: shelter for youth 5–17 years old, Transitional Housing for youth 16–21, after-care and family programs for program participants.

Face to Face – SafeZone

308 Prince Street
St. Paul, MN 55101
651.224.9644

A resource drop-in center that provides food, clothing, medical care, GED, counseling, case management and outreach services to homeless and at-risk youth, ages 12–24. Drop-in Hours: Mon–Fri: 1–8 pm, Sat: 1–5pm

Oasis for Youth

2200 W. Old Shakopee Road
Bloomington, MN 55431
952-512-2061

Drop-in Center for youth ages 16-24. Resources and outreach are targeted toward youth who live, work or attend school in Bloomington, Richfield and Edina. Services include individualized case management, connections to resources, improved access to services and supports, and assistance with basic needs.

Booth Brown House – Salvation Army

1471 Como Ave. W.
St. Paul, MN 55108
651-646-2601

Short-term emergency shelter for youth 16-21. Case management and youth advocacy available. Call Ramsey County Youth Shelter Line to reserve a bed: 651-444-5757

The Link

1210 Glenwood Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55405
612-227-4902

The Link’s Street Outreach program connects with youth being sexually-exploited, youth living on the streets, in shelters, and couch hopping in the Metro area. Programs also include the C.O.R.E. Drop-in center, which provides support and housing assistance to youth up to age 24 in Dakota County.

Move Fwd

1001 MN-7 #237
Hopkins, MN 55305
952- 988-8336

MoveFwd works to bring families together. Formerly Teens Alone, MoveFwd counselors have worked with more than 7,000 young people and their families since 1990. Services include counseling, a drop-in center, and transitional housing for youth over 18.

The Bridge for Youth

1111 West 22nd Street
Minneapolis, MN 55405
612.337.8800

Emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth, providing outreach services, family reunification counseling services, telephone and walk-in counseling and referral, and transitional living skills.

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