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179 East Robie Street
St. Paul, MN 55107
Neighborhood House is a multicultural, multilingual community center for new immigrants and refugees as well as long-time residents. We stabilize and strengthen families and individuals and encourage people of all ages to participate fully in the life of the larger community. In addition, our culturally competent staff shares their expertise by consulting with cities and towns across Minnesota that are receiving new immigrant populations.
- Emergency assistance (food shelf, financial assistance, other resources)
- Family Centers (parent education, prenatal care and birth support, school and health care access, citizenship preparation)
- Youth Leadership (elementary school-age through young adult)
- School First/Escuela Sí (truancy prevention and academic improvement through family stabilization)
- English Language Learning
- Comadres (health education program)
- Plain Talk/Hablando Claro (health education for Latino teens and young adults)
- Case management (long- and short-term)
- Cultural empowerment groups (Mujeres Hispanas en Acción, Hmoob Ameskas Koom Siab, Reer East Africa, African Women’s Circle, Russian Club)
- Transitional services for newly arrived refugees, currently Hmong and East African
- Currie scholarships for graduating seniors and adult heads of household
- Senior adult programming
- Asian Meals on Wheels
Paul and Sheila Wellstone Center for Community Building
Highland Mac-Groveland Family Center
Neighborhood House was founded on St. Paul's West Side in 1897 by the women of Mount Zion Temple to serve newly arrived Eastern Europeans as part of the settlement house movement which focused on basic services to immigrant families.
Building doorways of opportunity for vibrant, diverse communities.