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Adult Education and Training—LifeNet and Career Services

Contact
109 9th Street E
Saint Paul, MN 55101
email: NeedHelp@ugmtc.org
phone: 651-789-7608
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Our Adult Education and Training Program includes LifeNet and Career Services. LifeNet uses assessments and interviews to create a personalized education and job-skills training plan for each individual. Residents of the Mission can further their education in many ways, including obtaining their GED.

Our Career Services team prepares residents for work throughout their educational journey with classes, workshops and individual appointments. They help residents get a job that will lead to financial stability for their eventual transition away from the Mission’s services.

  • Men's Services
  • Education
  • Women's Services
  • Education
  • Children's Services
  • None
Bethel Hotel—Men’s Emergency Shelter

Contact
435 University Ave E
Saint Paul, MN 55130
email: NeedHelp@ugmtc.org
phone: 651-292-1721
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The Bethel Hotel provides emergency shelter for men experiencing homelessness. We provide a safe place to sleep, enjoy a nutritious meal, a hot shower and a change of clothing. All are welcome, and intake is available 24 hours a day. Those interested in longer options or programming can consider one of our residential programs: Christ Recovery Center, Discipleship Program, Housing Plus, Veterans’ Housing Program (Pilot)

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  • Addiction
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  • Health
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  • None
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Child Development Center—Early Childhood Education

Contact
109 9th Street E
Saint Paul, MN 55101
email: NeedHelp@ugmtc.org
phone: 651-224-9970
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The Child Development Center at UGMTC serves children ages six weeks to kindergarten. Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and rated 4-Star by Parent Aware, our Center provides a safe and loving environment with quality preschool curriculum. Mothers in the Naomi Family Program, as well as members of the local community, may enroll their children.

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  • None
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  • Education
Christ Recovery Center—Addiction Recovery

Contact
435 University Ave E
Saint Paul, MN 55130
email: NeedHelp@ugmtc.org
phone: 651-292-1721
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The Christ Recovery Center (CRC) is a long-term, residential program designed for men struggling with substance abuse and/or addiction. The program uses Christ-centered 12-Step (Alcoholics Anonymous) programming to help men get and stay sober.

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  • Addiction
  • Education
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  • Health
  • Shelter
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ACTS Training Program—Residential Transition Program for Men

Contact
435 University Ave E
Saint Paul, MN 55130
email: NeedHelp@ugmtc.org
phone: 651-292-1721
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ACTS Training Program is a residential program that teaches men who have experienced homelessness how to rebuild their lives on biblical principles. Men in the program move through personalized life-skills courses, job-skills training, adult education, financial-skills instruction, faith-based curriculum and more. Our program offers wraparound support for the body, mind and soul, setting men up for a successful transition to stable housing and independent living.

  • Men's Services
  • Addiction
  • Education
  • Food
  • Health
  • Shelter
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Housing Plus—Transitional Housing for Those with an Income

Contact
email: NeedHelp@ugmtc.org
phone: 651-292-1721 (men) phone: 651-444-5880 (women)

Transitional Housing provides programming to assist residents in finding more permanent housing within up to 24 months of arrival. Residents live on site, and participate in Bible studies, go on retreats away from the cities, and take part in classes to help them maneuver daily responsibilities and overcome barriers to help build self-sufficiency.

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  • Education
  • Food
  • Health
  • Shelter
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  • Education
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  • Health
  • Shelter
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Mental Health Services

Contact
435 University Ave E
Saint Paul, MN 55130
email: NeedHelp@ugmtc.org
phone: 651-292-1721
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Licensed clinical psychologists, drug counselors and therapists provide on-site, one-on-one testing, assessments, counseling and referrals for our emergency shelter guests and program residents. Our Mental Health Services team provides all residents easy access to integrated services, including individual and group therapy, coordinated through interdisciplinary case management.

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Naomi Family Program—Women and Children

Contact
email: NeedHelp@ugmtc.org
phone: 651-444-5880

Our Naomi Family Program (NFP) provides safe shelter and wraparound care for women and mothers with children experiencing homelessness, chemical dependency or abuse. An integrated team of therapists, counselors, case managers and chaplains help women and children make progress toward healing from trauma and interrupting the cycle of generational poverty, addiction and abuse. Women in NFP move through personalized life-skills courses, job-skills training, adult education, financial-skills instruction, faith-based curriculum and more. Children are supported through case management and chaplain services. Children ages six weeks to kindergarten may be enrolled in our Child Development Center.

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  • Addiction
  • Education
  • Food
  • Health
  • Shelter
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  • Health
  • Shelter