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Program: Front Door

Agency: Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department


Resource Number: 36898856
Alternate name: Homeless Access Unit; Adolescent Parent; Mental Health; Adult Mental Health; Social Services; Behavioral Emergency Outreach Program; S & A Mobile Crisis Team; Stabilization & Assessment Mobile Crisis Team; Childcare Assistance; Hennepin County Mobile Crisis Team; FHPAP; Developmental Disabilities; Front Door Access and Service Planning; Hennepin Children's Mental Health Collaborative; Family Homeless Prevention and Assistance Progr...

Description
Front Door consolidates intake for most programs and connects clients to the level of service that best meets their needs. Front Door Screeners connect clients to community resources or other providers, provides education and consultation or provides intake into county-operated programs. For clients identified as needing county intervention, a Front Door Service Planner will conduct a thorough evaluation of needs and provide short-term case management as well as assess client eligibility for possible ongoing services from the county or a contracted provider.

Provides Coordinated Entry System (CES) assessments for families based on eligibility criteria.

Clients needing assistance connecting to services, resource information, etc., can request the assistance of a Human Services Navigator.


Program Phones:
(612)348-4111Intake
(612)543-5500Intake
Human Services Navigator
(612)317-3129Fax

Website: www.hennepin.us
Email: socialservices@hennepin.us

Location information
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Front Door Site  
Location: 300 South 6th Street, A-1400 Government Center

Minneapolis 55487

Site Phones:
(612)348-4111Intake
Site Hours:
Refer to individual program hours
Mailing Address: 300 South 6th Street, A-1400 Government Center, Minneapolis, MN 55487

Program Delivery
Eligibility: - Hennepin County residents needing assistance with and assessment for community and county services and/or case management

- If needs are identified for ongoing services, specific program eligibility criteria will apply

- Coordinated Entry Assessments:
- Families must be in a place not meant for human habitation (living outside, on the train, car, etc.)
- Families must have County of Financial Responsibility of Hennepin County
- Families with custody of children 51% of the time or pregnant
- Families currently housed in a shelter (People Serving People, St. Anne's) will be identified by shelter staff for an assessment
Languages: Interpreters available
Application Process: Call
Program Fees: None


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Last Verified On: 3/10/2020
 





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