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 mediation between tenants and landlords.


Available to all of Ramsey County. In addition, participants can be referred from other Neighborhood House programs.

Getting Started

Step one:
 Tenants are responsible for getting the shelter form to their landlord and returning the completed copy to us.

Find the shelter form here.


Step two: Complete the contact form below.

Contact Form


    Your First Name (required)

    Your Last Name (required)

    Birth Date (required)

    Your Phone Number (required)

    Your Email (required)

    Your Zip Code (required)


    If you selected "other", please explain

    Did you have a loss of income/job because of the COVID 19 pandemic?

    Have you received help paying your rent or mortgage before the COVID 19 pandemic?

    How much money is needed (required)

    Next Steps 

    Step 1) Due to the high volume of housing assistance requests, it may take up to two weeks to hear back from us. You will receive a call to complete the membership packet.  After that, you will receive two emails within 24 hours with important information. The first is email is from Housing Stability and will include paperwork that you need to sign through an online application. The second email is from housingstability@neighb.org and includes the next steps in the process. If you do not receive two emails from us within 24 hours of your membership packet intake, please contact us again.

    Step 2) You’ll receive a phone call from our staff so they can gather more information.

    Step 3) You’ll need to send us proof of income and other documentation. Details will be included in the emails referenced in step one.

    Step 4) We will work to help resolve your housing needs.

    Life Skills Education

    Beyond our work in helping to resolve housing needs, we also offer educational programs where families get the tools they need to ensure long-term housing success. Topics vary depending on community interest. Past classes have included home weatherization, tenant training, and healthy homes for children.