Programs for the whole family
At Neighborhood House we work to address the needs of over 16,000 people every year. Our programs support the entire family, but also individuals as well. We have a focus on serving and supporting immigrants, refugees, and low-income community members.
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Classes for adults include English, GED and the U.S. citizenship process. Additional classes on skills improvement, and how to further one’s education.
We provide fresh, healthy and culturally appropriate food to anyone who visits us. Program includes our two food markets, monthly fresh produce events and further assistance with referrals.
Helping both renters and homeowners to avoid eviction and/or homelessness by providing helpful resources. Team members support and work with participants one-on-one to find a solution suited to their needs.
Designed for Latinx adults to explore their personal leadership styles. Participants explore transformative ways to grow as leaders in their community and/or their
The PECE program includes a preschool with a kindergarten readiness curriculum in tandem with parents who also work with their child’s intellectual and emotional education.
Our Youth Literacy team members are engaged with St. Paul public schools and work with students one-on-one daily to help them improve their literacy skills in fun and creative ways.
A safe space for youth 6-18 to be themselves, be creative and learn while having fun. Programming includes summer camps, after school homework assistance and much more.