Steele County Transitional Housing
Julie Anderson-Executive Director
560 Dunnel Drive Ste 212
Clients enter the Steele County Transitional Housing program for up to two years. During this time, they work with a case manager to set goals that promote responsiblity and encourage a positive working relationship with their landlord. The case manager follows up with the client six months after he/she leaves the program.
To be eligible for the program,a potential client must:
-Reside in Steele County
-Be willing to work with a case manager
-Be willing to pay a portion of the rent, up to 1/3 of their income
-Be determined to work in order to stabilize him/herself
For clients who meet the above criteria, Steele County Transitional Housing offers the following support services:
*Homeless is defined as someone who is currently living on the street, in a shelter/hotel or treatment center/halfway house/jail. It also includes someone who is living with an abusive partner, someone living temporarily with friends or relatives, or someone who has an eviction notice.