Shelter Plus Care


The Shelter Plus Care program provides rental assistance  in connection with supportive services to homeless persons with disabilities in North Dakota.  The primary target populations are homeless people who have serious mental illness; and/or HIV/AIDS.  

The goals of the program are to assist homeless individuals and their families to increase their housing stability; increase their skills and/or income; and obtain greater self sufficiency.  Funds pay for the difference between the actual rent for a unit and 30% of the participants income.

For more information see the Shelter Plus Care brochure.


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