Helpful community resources

NA Locator

Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.

AA Minnesota

This web site is provided as a resource to find Alcoholics Anonymous meetings throughout the state of Minnesota. It is maintained by the two service entities of Alcoholics Anonymous, Area 35 and Area 36, to which all AA groups registered with Alcoholics Anonymous belong to in MN.

Bridge to Benefits

Bridge to Benefits is a project by Children’s Defense Fund-Minnesota to improve the well-being of families and individuals by linking them to public work support programs and tax credits. 

County assistance

These programs help individuals and families who meet program guidelines and whose income is not enough to meet basic needs.

Free hot meals

To provide healthy meals to Minnesotans in areas where need is greatest.

Resources provided by Change Place


What is a recovery residence?

A recovery residence is a sober living environment. It is still a program and the requirements are still to remain sober and go to meetings, but you have the freedom to work, live, and move to the next step in your journey!

What communities do you serve?

At our sober living house, we are committed to serving a diverse range of individuals seeking support on their recovery journey. We welcome men, women, and members of the LGBTQ+ community with open arms, regardless of race, creed, or any other defining characteristic. Our inclusive environment fosters a sense of belonging and acceptance, ensuring that everyone feels valued and supported as they work towards sobriety and personal growth. Whether you identify as male, female, non-binary, transgender, or anywhere along the spectrum, you are welcome here. We believe in the inherent worth and dignity of every individual, and we strive to provide a safe and supportive space for all who seek it.


What is included with Change Place housing?

We offer all utilities, internet, furniture, and beds! We include bedding if you need it, or you can bring your own!

How long can I stay?

We offer housing as a program, and in our program you can stay far as long as you like! We don’t like to put time limits on things, and as long as the program is working for everyone you are welcome to stay as long as you like!


Do I have to share a room?

If you are early in recovery, we think its best to share a room, but that is not a permanent thing. We offer single rooms, next step housing, and our “change your path” positive outcome program!


How are you different from other programs?

What sets us apart from any other program is that we make it our job to help you succeed! We have partnered with different places to help guide your path to get to the next step! We have treatment, food, housing, jobs, and technology!


What are the rules?

Our requirements are simple! Don’t use, be respectful, and get involved in service! We are not the typical program, as we want you to learn to change, and move to the next step in your life!