The Crisis Housing Fund is a flexible pool of money that provides short-term housing assistance to persons with a serious and persistent mental illness whose income is being used to pay for an inpatient psychiatric treatment of 90 days or less. The Minnesota Housing Partnership (MHP) administers this program under contract of the Minnesota Department of Human Services and is funded through a grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services Mental Health Division. For additional information on the program, please read an overview of the program provided by the Department of Human Services and/or read an explanation of the program written by David Schultz, a retired Mental Health program consultant at the Department of Human Service.
For more information, please contact:
Crisis Housing Coordinator