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Anoka County Housing Resource Line


Option 1: Economic Assistance - may be able to help with past due rent if not used in the past 12 months

Option 2: Singles and Families - The Salvation Army

Option 3: Youth age 24 and under - YMCA, Youth Resource Line

For those who are at-rise of losing their housing or who are homeless.  It is meant to support you in matching your housing needs with appropriate resources.  This is NOT an immediate housing resource. Visit Basic Needs for shelter information and resources.

a Renter

Housing Options - view housing options in the area you want to live.

Subsidized Housing Information - discover how to apply for Section 8 or where you may be on the waiting list.

State of Minnesota - Public Housing Authorities (PHA) and Housing and Redevelopment Authorities (HRA)

Legal Help


Judicare of Anoka County 

Landlords and Tenants: Rights and Responsibilities Handbook

a Senior - 55 and older

Senior Resources - Resource Guide (PDF) and Addendum (PDF) -  Resource Guide*

Senior Housing owned by Anoka County Housing and Redevelopment Authority

a Veteran

Anoka County Veterans Services Office

MN Assistance Council for Veterans (MAC-V)

Disabled Veterans of Minnesota (DAV MN)

a Youth - 24 years of age and under

YMCA - Youth Intervention Services 

Youth Resources - Resource Guide* (PDF)

a Landlord

Landlords and Tenants: Rights and Responsibilities Handbook

Minnesota Multi-Housing Association


*The Anoka County Community Resource Guide was compiled by volunteers and staff of Anoka County Community Action Program, Inc. (ACCAP). This directory is only current as of date of publication version 13,  2016-2017. Criteria for selecting the agencies listed in the directory was based on recommendations from an advisory committee. Information regarding services was provided by the agencies themselves. Inclusion of the agencies and services listed in the Resource Guide is not a recommendation. No verification or evaluation of the services offered by the listed agencies was conducted by ACCAP.