Turning Point can help if you need housing. We have more than ten years of experience providing stable, affordable and supportive housing in Minneapolis for homeless, low-income clients. We know that stable housing is a critical component to recovery. We offer three types of housing—board and lodge, supportive and low-income housing.


We provide the support and services that you may need to live a safe and sober life. Our client-centered facilities offer you the best of both worlds—your own place to call home and help from trained professionals who will walk with you to help you achieve your recovery goals. As a resident in our Board and Lodge or Supportive Housing, you’ll benefit from:

  • Case management services
  • One-on-one counseling
  • Support groups
  • Employment and educational assistance
  • Direct access to the human services provided in our Culturally Specific Support Center

Board and Lodge


Supportive Housing



Demo Housing is a 15-unit single bedroom complex in North Minneapolis for men who are ready for independent living with some support. Our apartments are available to men who have a history of chemical dependency and health conditions such as HIV/AIDS. Our on-site classes are designed to help tenants with their health, financial, personal and relationship challenges.

This is a Group Residential Housing facility. Tenants may be required to pay a portion of the rent depending on their income and situation.

Low-Income Housing


Our Low-income Housing is a 14-unit apartment building in North Minneapolis. The facility is for men and women. Residents must qualify Hennepin County low-income housing to be eligible for type of housing. Support services not provided.

For more information about our housing options, call 612-520-4004 or e-mail divine.mohammad@ourturningpoint.org.

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