Simpson provides comprehensive supportive housing to transitioned-aged youth in two programs:
Youth Parent Program: Simpson provides permanent supportive housing to parenting youth, ages 18-24, who have experienced homelessness through the Young Parent Program. Participants have young children, ages 0-5, and live in both site-based and scattered-site housing in Hennepin County. Support services focus on goal setting around education and employment, as well as early childhood home visiting with an emphasis on child development and positive parenting skills.
66 West: Simpson provides support services to 39 youth transitioning out of homelessness, ages 16-24, at 66 West. Services focus on setting and working toward personal goals in education, employment, and wellness. This site is a housing development in Edina owned by Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative.
Read more about the services we provide at 66 West here.