Our housing program functions as a 60-day Emergency Homeless Shelter for women and children and Permanent Supportive Housing for homeless single women. By accepting housing, residents are agreeing to work with a case manager who will help coordinate services toward stable housing outside of the facility. They develop goals with their case manager, which are attainable. Services provided at the center include crisis intervention, budgeting and money management, life skills training, clothing, food, job search assistance and health services.
The YWCA staff would be happy to provide a tour of our Center of Hope Homeless Shelter for you. This is an informative tour for groups of all ages such as: Confirmation classes, Church youth groups, Women’s organizations, Service organizations, or Social work classes. Please call the YWCA office 701-838-1812 to schedule.
Sana Keller, president of the YWCA Board of Directors explains why the YWCA Minot is so vital in the greater Minot community: