Programs at Neighborhood House

Neighborhood House offers services in the areas of basic needs and lifelong learning. We have six Family Centers to help people with food support and housing. Our lifelong learning programming takes place at our West Side location in the Paul & Sheila Wellstone Center for Community Building. All of our programs and services are offered free of charge to our participants.

Housing Stability

When a family faces a situation that puts them at risk for homelessness, Neighborhood House helps them find permanent, safe homes. Assistance may include emergency financial support, housing inspections, or…


Parent and Early Childhood Education

Through play, structured activities, and home visits that engage the entire family, our Parent and Early Childhood Education programs make sure that multi-cultural, multi-lingual preschool-aged children are headed for academic…


Literacy and Adult Education

Adult Education programs at Neighborhood House offer English, GED, civics, computer, and citizenship classes with the goal of helping learners gain the skills to pursue economic self-sufficiency.


Food Support Program

Neighborhood House‚Äôs food support efforts include two food market locations, SNAP outreach, NAPS distribution, and Mass Produce Distributions. Neighborhood House serves primarily immigrant, refugee, and low income individuals, and we…


Family Centers

When a family is in crisis, they can find help at one of our six Family Centers. Assistance may include emergency financial or food support, and help securing safe and…


Latino Leadership Program

Our Community Health programs work to decrease risk factors and unwanted pregnancy among high-risk immigrant, refugee, and low-income populations.


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