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Visit the Dignity Center

A Unique Relationship-focused Program!

We can help you get back on your feet.

You do the footwork!  We provide the structure, support, and resources.

Free and Open to All

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:00 – 11:30 AM

Located near Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church
423 Groveland Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403

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First, Visit & Intake

  • Learn about how our program works
  • Tell us a little about yourself
  • Enjoy our warm Hospitality



Meet your advocate

  • Engage in an accountable relationship
  • Identify what is keeping you from your goals
  • Create an action plan

Take Action Towards Your Goals

  • Connect with community resources
  • Learn how to prepare for success
  • Meet monthly with your advocate
  • Discuss and adjust your plan

Your Responsibilities

  • Make and Keep Appointments
  • Take part in programs to help you succeed
  • Follow action plan and document progress
  • Stay Clean and Sober

For more information on our program and stories from participants, click the video below!

The Dignity Center works with people to achieve and maintain stability. Participants engage with one advocate, make and keep appointments, set goals and report actions taken to achieve those goals. We work together on stability skills such as problem solving, decision making, organization and budgeting. Progress is measured as improved housing, increased financial situation, completed education and training, obtained employment, and supportive community.

Brief Legal Services

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In pursuit of its mission to support each person’s stabilization, the Dignity Center is a host site for the Volunteer Laywers Network (VLN) brief legal services clinic. The on-site legal clinic allows clients to address their legal issues side-by-side with other issues creating instability in their lives. The VLN clinic is generally open on the same schedule as the Dignity Center:  Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00-11:30.

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Volunteer Now






The Dignity Center is staffed by volunteers who are committed to helping participants make life changes to help develop a stable lifestyle. It takes many volunteers to provide service to participants and to support the program. If interested click below; there are always volunteer positions available to fit your skills, interests, and time constraints.

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Join Our Network

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Caring for the poor and homeless is a formidable task. But we believe that collaboration is crucial to realistically making a difference.  So the Dignity Center offers an opportunity for faith communities to become involved. Today there are fifteen faith based organizations collaborating with the Dignity Center – Congregational, Lutheran, Presbyterian, United Methodist and Unitarian. They are all concerned with the well-being of persons on the margins of society in the Twin Cities, and support the Dignity Center in a variety of ways.

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