Supportive Housing

Two Locations in Twin Cities Metro

Lodge Living

LivingWorks Ventures, in partnership with Vinland National Center, provides permanent supportive housing for individuals who are living with cognitive impairments and who are in recovery from substance abuse.

Lodge living is designed for people on a fixed income who can benefit from the extended support network the lodges provide.

Under minimal staff supervision, residents are responsible for creating a safe, stable, and healthy living environment.

On-site staff are professionals who serve as advisors to the lodge and its members and are always available in emergencies. Because the lodges are designed for people who need minimal amounts of support to remain independent, on-site staff is limited. Contact Gina Chamberlin - 763.210.6708/ or Paula Provost-Greene - 763.210.6709/ with any Lodge questions.

Twin Cities Metro

LivingWorks’ lodges are up-to-date and well-maintained homes in established residential communities.

Each lodge is conveniently located near shopping and public transportation.

A Place to Call Home

Lodges are unique among similar supportive housing options because each resident has a private bedroom. The lodges feature shared common areas to ensure a community atmosphere, providing residents with the opportunity to establish friendships and reinforce the network of support that is so important for lodge residents. Residents share in running the household, including chores like purchasing groceries and preparing meals. Residents participate, with lodge advisers, in establishing the house rules, while managing their own activities and finances.

Supportive Housing Info

Successful lodge residents are individuals who need minimal amounts of support to remain independent, sober, and healthy. Qualified residents must meet the definition for chronically homeless. Funding is through GRH/Housing Support Services, Self-Pay or Social Security. A few requirements for applicants to be aware of:

Client must be committed to sober living and have at least 90 days of continuous sobriety prior to application.

Client must be considered a vulnerable adult and homeless under state/county guidelines.

Application Forms

Must have a fixed income such as SSI, SSDI, employed, or able to be GRH/Housing Support Services qualified.

Able to follow community living guidelines such as the ability to be compatible/respectful of lodge-mates, and participate in household chores.

Able to do all activities of daily living including hygiene care and medication management.

Willing to work with the Lodge Coordinator toward meeting personal goals.

Click on the following, highlighted links for a more comprehensive listing of qualifying criteria and a Supportive Housing Application.

Questions & Answers

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Whether you are looking for yourself, a loved one, or a client, we are here to answer your questions and determine if lodge living is the right option for you.

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