Catholic Charities’ St. Paul Opportunity Center (2017),¬†Saint Paul, MN


The Project consists of the construction of a new 60,900 SF service center targeted to very low income and homeless individuals co-located with housing designed to transition people from homelessness to stability. The first two floors of the newly constructed six-story building will consist of: a 29,000 SF dining hall and community meeting space to be operated by Catholic Charities; a 22,400 SF computer lab and supportive service center to be operated by Catholic Charities, Ramsey County and a number of other service providers; a 5,700 SF health center and dental clinic to be operated by Westside; and 2,250 SF for another social service use to be determined after closing or operated as a social enterprise café. An addition 1,500 SF of storage space will be located in the basement of the building. The NMTC Project will provide comprehensive support services for very low income and homeless individuals, including primary healthcare; dental care; mental and behavioral health services; adult education and workforce development programs; financial counseling; public benefits/entitlement services; community integration; housing placement services; meal service; and laundry and other personal care services/facilities. By integrating housing and services at the same site, it is expected that the NMTC Project will provide the support necessary to achieve self-sufficiency and create true pathways out of poverty and homelessness. This Project will allow Catholic Charities to better serve its clients by allowing it to consolidate its services in St. Paul to a single location and to expand services offered on-site by partnering with other service providers. РOpportunity Center

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