Need Help?

How we can help – Open to youth ages 14-24

Monday-Friday
10am – 5pm

  • Finding a job
  • Counseling and Wellness
  • Education Support
  • Finding or keeping housing (deposits, utilities, evictions, etc.)
  • Getting benefits & health insurance
  • Getting IDs & birth certificates
  • Connecting to community resources and assistance programs

Lunch – Open to youth ages 18-24

Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday
11am – 1:30pm
Wednesday
12pm – 1pm

Dinner – Open to youth ages 14-20

Monday – Friday
3pm – 6pm

  • Hot meals served every day
  • Access to emergency needs (food, hygiene items, clothes, parenting supplies, etc.)
  • Shower & laundry facilities
  • Telephone, computer, and Wi-Fi access
  • Mailing address
  • Lockers
  • Life Hacks Groups

Duluth 2-1-1

Dial 2-1-1 on your phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When you call, you’ll talk to a trained specialist who will assist you in finding the right information for you.

  • Education
  • Housing
  • Counseling
  • Health Services
  • Child Care
  • Employment Assistance
  • Food
  • Youth Services

National Youth Crisis Safeline

Call 800-786-2929 or Text 66008

Other Community Resources

CHUM: Food Shelf, Shelter, Meals
120 N 1st Ave W
(218) 720-6521

Damiano Center: Meals Clothing
206 W 4th Street
(218) 726-0500

The Salvation Army: Meals, Food Shelf
215 S 27th Ave W
(218) 722-7934

Union Gospel Mission: Meals
219 E 1st Street
(218) 722-1196

AICHO: Native American Specific Shelter, Housing
202 W 2nd St
(218) 722-7225

LSS Another Door Emergency Housing
(218) 391-5145

Safe Haven: Domestic Violence Shelter and Resources
(218) 728-6481

PAVSA Sexual Assault Crisis Line
(218) 726-1931