MACV has different types of housing: Permanent Supportive, Transitional, and Master Leasing
Permanent Supportive Housing
Long term housing options providing onsite services to meet the unique needs of Veterans requiring long term support
-Paul and Dorothy Radichel Veteran Town Homes (Mankato)
-Duluth Veterans Place (Duluth)
-Linden Grove (St. Cloud)
Transitional programs are designed to assist Veterans to rapidly move into housing of their own. MACV offers several transitional housing options to include Structured Independent Living (SIL) and VA Grant & Per Diem. Through this support, Veterans gain the time and confidence to focus on work, school, and housing to allow for successful transition into independent housing.
Subletting apartments for Veterans and their families so they can build positive rental history and prepare for long-term independent housing success.
Housing Program Overview
- Serving male and female Veterans and Veteran families
- Employment Assistance
- Legal Services
- Assistance to obtain and sustain permanent housing
- Connection to healthcare, recovery/social supports, & VA Benefits
Our Case Managers work with each Veteran to create and follow a plan to address their unique needs
NUMBER OF HOUSING UNITS STATEWIDE
NORTH METRO SOUTH
21 79 11
A 13 bed residential facility run by MACV Metro that provides safe, clean and structured
housing for homeless single male veterans in the Twin Cities Metro Area
Permanent Supportive Housing (Radichel Townhomes)
In 2006, 11 units of permanent supportive housing were opened in Mankato. The Permanent Supportive Housing program provides long-term community-based housing and supportive services for homeless veterans with disabilities. The intent of this program is to enable support disabled veterans to live as independently as possible in a permanent setting. Supportive services may be provided by the agency managing the housing or another public or private service agency.
MACV Duluth and Duluth Veterans’ Place
Our Duluth office has moved into its new location as of December 2010. The renovation project, which was a partnership between MACV and the Northern Communities Land Trust (NCLT), was completed in March 2011. Duluth Veterans’ Place has eleven permanent housing units, four transitional housing units, and one transitional handicap accessible unit. Supportive services for veterans will be provided onsite and MACV Duluth’s administrative offices will be housed in one of the buildings. All of MACV Duluth’s services will now be available in one convenient location.
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE:
Once a case file has been opened, income verified and eligibility determined, payments are made directly to the service provider (i.e. utility company, landlord, mortgage company) on the client’s behalf. Generally, emergency assistance is provided on behalf of clients on a one-time basis in which the payment is considered to resolve the current crisis. All services are confidential, and release of information for any purpose requires formal written consent by the client.