Portland House provides a community-based correctional program offering an alternative to incarceration for adult male felons.
Since 1973, we have served thousands of men and helped them develop meaningful employment and community interaction, as well as social, money management, chemical health and positive goal-setting skills. This Minneapolis halfway house specializes in working with male offenders to help them establish a positive relationship among themselves and the community. This is achieved through processes of self-analysis and group dynamics that challenge residents to reverse criminal behavior and develop responsible behaviors, clear direction and goals. Portland House receives referrals from adult correctional departments, agencies or the courts, and is funded through the Department of Corrections and the seven metropolitan counties.
For more information contact 612-331-1087.