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Another Door Emergency Housing

Emergency Housing in Duluth

Youth walking down the street. If you are a young adult, ages 18-24, experiencing homelessness and need a place to stay while you figure out what’s next, contact us:


In addition to providing safe, short-term housing, Another Door offers supportive assistance to help you develop a plan to achieve your goals while you transition to stability. We will provide support and help you access community resources.

Participation in Another Door is voluntary and offers young adults an alternative to staying at an adult shelter.

If you choose to participate in Another Door, you will work with an LSS case manager to develop an Individualized Living Plan. Your individualized plan will be developed based on your specific needs and goals, such as finding a job, going to school, looking for housing and attending to medical needs. This plan serves as a 30-60 day road map to stable housing and living well.  While it may seem overwhelming, at first — you can do it.

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