Hope House is a six-bed emergency shelter for youth ages 14 to 19 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the Southwest Twin Cities metro area. Hope House turns young people’s lives around by nurturing self-sufficiency and independence, with a goal of family reconciliation and reunification.
Hope House also hosts weekly peer support groups for youth with questions about gender identity, sexuality and sexual orientation. For information on Hope House Emergency Shelter or Drop-in Groups contact Dr. Robert Ward, Hope House Program Manager. 612-900-2077