Supportive housing for individuals in downtown Minneapolis
“Let’s walk together!”
Bimosedaa will be about 50 apartment homes in downtown Minneapolis. Culturally relevant and responsive on-site support will be tailored to members of the Native community who have moved out of homelessness.
- About 50 high-quality, well-managed apartment homes for individuals.
- Services tailored toward members of the Native community who have experienced homelessness.
- Created through a partnership with the Red Lake Nation.
- Individualized, culturally-relevant on-site support services.
- Bimosedaa is an Ojibwe word that translates into English as ‘Let’s walk together’.
Why Downtown Minneapolis?
- Easy access to multiple bus routes and both the Green and Blue light rail lines.
- Excellent shopping, recreation, entertainment, and civic engagement options.
- Enriches the vision of a vibrant, diverse, forward-looking downtown that welcomes everyone.
- Support services through Avivo.
- Intensive services focused on jobs, education, health, and community connection offer residents space to consider what the next step might look like for them.
- Supportive Housing works for residents, and it works for communities.
Connected Stories:“Walking Together” – Reflections on Bimosedaa Launch Event
“Beacon Announces Bimosedaa in Downtown Minneapolis” – Project Announcement
“Where Are God’s People?” – Reflections from the Wall of Forgotten Natives
You can help create the apartment homes at Bimosedaa through your gift and action. It will take:
About $750,000 in private gifts allows Beacon to do all the work needed before construction begins: the planning, organizing, design and financing. Contact Clara to discuss making a personally-significant gift.
Congregations demonstrating public support at critical times in zoning, land use, and planning decisions. Contact Emily to discuss how your congregation can be organizing to take action.