Tri-CAP is no longer providing eviction prevention financial assistance unless there is a veteran in the household.
If you have questions about our programs or your housing issues, please call a Tri-CAP self-sufficiency counselor at 320-251-1612 or 888-765-5597 option #3.
Housing Services provided by Tri-CAP, Inc. include:
Rental Education/Renting 101 class
- Provides information on how to find an apartment
- Provides information about the common barriers to housing and how to overcome them
- Teaches you how to pull your credit, criminal, and civil court records
- Provides information on eviction and expungement
- click to go to Renting 101 page
Tri-CAP is a Coordinated Entry List Access Point
If you are homeless and need access to Central Minnesota Coordinated Entry Referral List and VI-SPDAT assessment, please contact a Tri-CAP self-sufficiency counselor at 320-251-1612 for more information.
Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program
Provides rental assistance and case management services for qualified veterans facing eviction or homelessness.
When an opening in the following programs occur, we are given a referral from the Central Minnesota Coordinated Entry List:
Provides 1 to 2 years of rental assistance and case management for persons experiencing homelessness.
Long-term Rental Assistance and Permanent Supportive Housing
Provides on-going rental support and case management for persons experiencing long term homelessness
The following resources may be useful to you:
For information and legal representation contact: