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Naomi Family Residence

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77 E 9th Street
St. Paul, MN 55101
email: nfr@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 228-1800
fax: (651) 209-1693
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Our Naomi Family Residence provides a comfortable shelter for women and children who are homeless so they can start rebuilding a new life for themselves. We take a holistic approach to care by providing secure shelter; hot, nutritious meals; and courses and support services that assist women in becoming whole again in mind and spirit.

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Bethel Hotel

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: bethelhotel@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 789-7599
fax: (651) 292-9207
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The Bethel Hotel, provides beds for up to 194 men per day, including 52 emergency shelter cots.

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Christ Recovery Center

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: crc@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 292-1721
fax: (651) 789-3087
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The Mission’s Christ Recovery Center provides Christ centered 12-step programming to those facing late-stage alcoholism or drug addiction. Students take Bible and recovery classes, attend local recovery meetings, and connect with local churches to enhance their spiritual growth. Students also participate in the Mission’s education and training programs.

The program allows its students to go deeper into recovery and establish stronger sober networks than similar programs. The men form a brotherhood that lasts; 85% of CRC students remain connected to the program whether they graduate or not.

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Discipleship

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: discipleship@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 789-7642
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The Discipleship program teaches men how to rebuild their lives on biblical principles. Students attend classes to grow their faith and improve their academic skills while developing good habits in communication, conflict resolution, and problem solving. All students work at the Mission so they gain experience for re-entering the workforce.

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Transitional Housing

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: menshousing@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 789-7599
fax: (651) 292-9207
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Transitional Housing provides programming to assist residents in finding more permanent housing within 24 months of arrival. Students participate in Bible studies, go on retreats away from the city, and take part in classes to help them overcome barriers and build self-sufficiency.

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LifeNet Learning Center

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: lifenet@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 225-8019
fax: (651) 225-0882
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LifeNet is our learning center. All students are assessed in academic skills such as reading, math, and writing and a personalized program created based on individual needs. Twenty-seven computer work stations at two locations help provide a computer-enhanced curriculum. The LifeNet staff believes their most important role is workplace skill development. They use academics as a framework to help students learn timeliness, interpersonal communication, and other soft skills that will help them accomplish their personal goals when they graduate.

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Dental Clinic (Open M-Th 8am-5pm & 6-9pm)

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
phone: (651) 789-7605 (8am-4pm)
fax: (651) 789-5591
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The Mission runs the largest free dental clinic in Minnesota, meeting the oral health needs of people in the community. Without the clinic’s services, thousands of people each year would have pain, infections, difficulty eating or sleeping, or missed work or school days. The clinic is staffed by clinical and non-clinical volunteers including men and women from St. Paul District Dental Society, University of Minnesota School of Dentistry, Century College, and Argosy University. The clinic is run by a paid and volunteer staff consisting of many practicing and retired community dentists, dental assistants, hygienists, and Spanish interpreters.

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Child Development Center

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109 9th Street E
St. Paul, MN 55101
email: cdc@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 224-9970
fax: (651) 602-0705
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The Mission’s Child Development Center primarily serves children ages six weeks to five years who live at Naomi Family Residence. Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), our center provides a quality preschool curriculum.

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SuccessNet

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109 9th Street E
St. Paul, MN 55101
email: successnet@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 209-6244
fax: (651) 602-0934
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Implementing career plans developed in WorkNet, SuccessNet students call upon their dreams, transferable skills, network, and community resources to launch a new career. SuccessNet students also receive ongoing support through one-on-one coaching, help with workplace issues, and supplementary workshops.

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WorkNet

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109 9th Street E
St. Paul, MN 55101
email: worknet@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 222-2471
fax: (651) 602-0934
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After completing LifeNet, students move into WorkNet, which provides career development assistance including resume preparation, mock interviews, and training on effective job search techniques. Students are encouraged to review their work and life histories and determine the direction God has for them so they can reframe their futures.

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Vocational Training

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435 University Ave E
St. Paul, MN 55130
email: training@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 225-8019
fax: (651) 225-0882
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Vocational Training provides supervised practical training in a workplace environment. Students can try out a field and obtain the skills for entry-level work in that field. Options include the Mission’s six-month Chemical Dependency Technician program as well as 34 external vocational training opportunities at 10 nonprofits with whom we partner.

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Ober Community Center

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376 Western Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55101
email: ober@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 209-6512
fax: (651) 224-0933
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The Ober Community Center serves the St. Anthony, Rondo, and Frogtown neighborhoods of St. Paul. Programming centers around Christian discipleship embedded in top-notch sports programs—but it’s so much more. The Ober Community Center provides a safe haven after school for kids to get homework help, use the computer lab, and even learn to dance. Most important, it’s a place for kids to obtain strong Christian role models in their coaches, volunteers, and program staff.

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Eastside Ministry Center – Youth Educational Support

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800 Minnehaha Ave E, Suite 250
St. Paul, MN 55106
email: yes@ugmtc.org
phone: (651) 444-5806
fax: (651) 444-5813
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The Youth Educational Support program is the elementary program for Asian students. Children receive homework help after school and participate in activities on non-school days and in the summer that encourage positive relationships. Activities events include group activities, educational and fun field trips that provide an alternative for kids in the summer and on non-school days during the academic year.

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