With a commitment to sobriety, Wayside’s Supportive Housing provides safe, affordable and permanent housing for women and their families. We provide a bridge between residential treatment to integration back into the community. Our Supportive Housing has 20 units in two buildings and is located in St. Louis Park.
These units are reserved for women with minor children. However, in some instances, we can also provide shared housing for single women. Women may live at Supportive Housing for as long as needed if they are pursuing recovery, education, career, parenting and personal growth goals.
Supportive Housing FAQs
How do I apply?
Call Supportive Housing at 952-224-8294 to request an application or download the Supportive Housing Application
What is the selection criteria?
- Successful completion of treatment for chemical dependency
- Three months of documented sobriety
- Preference is given for successful transitional housing or residential treatment participants and women at-risk of homelessness
- Must qualify for Section 8.
Is there a wait list?
Yes, we maintain a wait list.
Can I have a car?
Yes, residents can have a car at Supportive Housing.