If you are currently experiencing homelessness or are at-risk of losing your housing, please call the Dakota County Housing Crisis Line at 651-554-5751.
Call the Dakota County Housing Crisis Line at 651-554-5751 and press 1. to be directed to the Dakota County Supportive Housing Unit.
For youth and single adults
Call the Dakota County Housing Crisis Line at 651-554-5751 and press 2. You will be directed to KCQ , a non-profit provider of housing services.
For domestic violence or sexual assault victims
Call the Dakota County Housing Crisis Line at 651-554-5751 and press 3. You will be directed to 360 Communities’ Lewis House , a shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
How the Housing Crisis Line works
Step 1: Resolve the crisis
Intake staff will work with you to best resolve your housing crisis.
• Prevent an eviction
• Access emergency shelter
• Explore alternative resources
Step 2: Assess the situation
If you are placed in an emergency shelter or are placed on a shelter waiting list, an assessment will be done completed to determine your ongoing needs.
Step 3: Find housing that meets your needs
Once assessed, your name will be placed on a central Housing Waitlist. You will be matched to a housing resource that best meets your needs. Housing opportunities are limited, and you may wait some time for an opening.
Dakota County residents can also contact the Dakota County Community Development Agency at 651-675-4400 or the South Saint Paul Housing and Redevelopment Authority at 651-554-3270. Both agencies offer a variety of housing and rental assistance programs for eligible residents.
HousingLink.org maintains a regularly updated and searchable inventory of affordable housing vacancies in Dakota County.
If you are interested in learning more or want to be involved in ending homelessness, please visit our Affordable Housing Coalition page.