Housing Stabilization Services

Housing Stabilization Services is a new Minnesota Medical Assistance benefit to help people with disabilities, including mental illness and substance use disorder, and seniors find and keep housing.


Housing Stabilization Services

Housing Stabilization Services represents Minnesota Medical Assistance benefits strategically designed to support individuals with disabilities, including those grappling with mental illness and substance use disorder, as well as seniors, in their pursuit of secure housing. Tailored to address the distinct needs of
these populations, this program provides comprehensive assistance from housing search to retention. By leveraging this initiative, individuals gain access to professional guidance and resources essential for navigating housing challenges effectively, ultimately fostering greater stability and well-being.

Welcome to Housing Consultation Services.

We specialize in personalized housing solutions for
individuals without Medical Assistance case management. Our services include:

Personalized Plans

Tailored housing-focused plans based on your needs, wants, and goals

Informed Choices

Guiding you through housing transitions or sustaining services with confidence

Resource Support

Providing resources for both housing and non-housing goals

Seamless Coordination

Working hand-in-hand with your existing service providers.

Unlock the door to your ideal housing situation. Contact us today.


Need to verify eligibility for housing stabilization services for a referral?

We will begin the process of verifying their eligibility once they press the button below.

Housing Transition Services helps a person plan for, find, and move into housing and may include:

  • Helping the person think about preferred housing
  • Helping with the housing search and application process
  • Developing a budget
  • Understanding a lease

Housing Sustaining Services helps a person keep their housing after they have moved in and may

  • Education on tenant-landlord rights and responsibilities
  • Coaching to develop relationships with property managers and neighbors
  • Training on how to be a good tenant; lease compliance
  • Problem-solving to maintain housing stability
  • Be on Medical Assistance (MA)
  • Be 18 years or older
  • Have a disability or disabling condition
  • Requires assistance with at least one of the following areas due to a disability or disabling condition: - Communication - Mobility - Decision making - Managing challenging behaviors
  • Have housing instability, such as: - Homeless - Transition from an institution or licensed registered setting - At-risk for homelessness - At-risk of institutionalization
  • Not receiving similar services from other programs like Moving Home MN, Assertive Community Treatment, Housing Access Coordination, or Relocation Service Coordination