Providing help and hope to our neighbors in need
We seek to transform lives through Christ’s love by equipping families and individuals with resources that lead to housing stability.
NEW!! Clothesline Clothing Distribution – A free clothing resource for families and individuals in school districts 832, 624 and 622. No appointment necessary. Shopping hours Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m..
Emergency shelter is provided to families in Washington County and suburban Ramsey County residents. We provide off-site shelter with direct and ongoing case management services until stable housing is achieved. Call our help line to schedule an intake appointment: 651.762.9124
Rental assistance is provided to prevent an episode of homelessness for qualified families living in zip codes 55001, 55003, 55016, 55042, 55128, 55047, 55043, 55055, 55071, 55082, 55083, 55090, 55115, 55125, 55129, 55038, 55106, 55109, 55110, 55117, 55119, 55127, 55130. Call to verify qualifications and to schedule an appointment.
Employment mentoring is a three-stage mentoring service for those who are either unemployed or under-employed. Identify your skill sets, receive help writing a resume, getting interviews, and practice interview skills. Call
Food Kits. If you have visited your food shelf in the past 30 days and need additional help putting meals on the table, you are welcome to come into the Community Resource Center anytime during business hours. No appointment necessary.
Basic needs items are available to people who are struggling to purchase cleaning supplies, diapers, shampoo, razors, deodorant, and other personal hygiene items. No appointment necessary.
Counseling referrals. Heidi Lender joined St. Andrew’s in January 2017 as a half-time Resource Counselor. The resource counselor is an outgrowth of the strategic initiative that the Church Council set forth last spring that states: “We will provide resources for those broken by life’s circumstances.” This half-time position that will help members of St. Andrew’s and the community find appropriate counseling resources. Heidi will also be providing periodic educational opportunities about mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and coping with stress. Contact Heidi at firstname.lastname@example.org
Computer access is available for job/housing searches during our business hours. All are welcome.
Connection to other resources is our highest priority if there is a need that we cannot accommodate. Please call for information: 651.762.9124
Spiritual guidance is available for those wanting to meet with a pastor. Either call or come in to arrange a meeting.
Where to find us:
Community Resource Center
Inside St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church
900 Stillwater Road
Corner of Hilton Trail and Stillwater Road
Mahtomedi, MN 55115
Located in the Great Hall Building, Door #6
Fax: 651.332.8881 Driving directions
Hours of operation:
Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Debbie Larson, Volunteer Coordinator
Jen Thompson, Help Line
Please join us for free Community Meal every Thursday at 6 p.m. (except holidays)
The community is invited to enjoy food and fellowship together every Thursday night in our Great Hall. Your faith or financial situation doesn’t matter – just join us. Bring friends and family.
Tour the Community Resource Center and Shelter!
Sunday, April 30, 2017
11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Join us for a tour of the Community Resource Center and take a bus ride (or drive yourself) to the shelter at Hope for the Journey Home in Oakdale. Learn how our program works and see firsthand where our families are staying and what a typical day looks like. Snacks provided. No RSVP required. We hope you can join us!
We are a United Way partner.