Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid
Landlord and Tenant Assistance
Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid - Minneapolis Office
111 N 5th St, Ste 100, Minneapolis, MN, 55403
Distance: 1532 Miles
Landlord and tenant assistance that offers help, information, and support during rental housing disputes
Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid provides free civil legal services to people with low incomes in central Minnesota.
Assessment, investigation, advice and representation in negotiation, lawsuits, administrative enforcement proceedings in the following housing and homeownership issues:
* Housing Discrimination
* Accommodations for disabled Minnesotans
* Section 8 housing matters
Area Served by County
- Hennepin County
- Free / no cost to eligible clients
- Private pay
- Older adults
- People with low income
Low income individuals; special emphasis on legal problems of tenants, government benefit recipients, juveniles and elderly persons.
8:30am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
For Social Security Disability help: Anoka, Chisago, Hennepin and Wright counties
Other Services or resources
Taxonomy Terms Used: Clicking a taxonomy term from the list below launches a new search.
FT-4500.1800Eviction Prevention Assistance Definition
Programs that provide assistance for people who are being evicted from their apartments or other rental property either wrongfully or with reason, e.g. nonpayment of rent. Included are programs that provide legal support in the form of information on tenants' rights, help to navigate the eviction process, and/or mediation services to negotiate a compromise between the individual and the landlord. Eviction prevention programs can also provide a Housing First approach and include various strategies designed to maintain individuals and families in their current housing, such as rent payment assistance, financial assistance with the cost of utilities, assistance securing other types of income support, third-party money management programs, and referrals to other types of community support.
FT-4500.8550Tenant Rights Information/Counseling Definition
Programs that provide information and guidance for tenants who need to know their rights and responsibilities regarding leases and rental agreements, deposits, legal eviction procedures, measures to protect themselves from unlawful or retaliatory evictions, rent withholding rights, rent control requirements, privacy rights and other issues that may be of particular interest to tenants. Tenant rights counseling may also include assistance in completing forms, advice regarding a particular dispute and contact with the offending landlord to provide notification that she or he is not in compliance with landlord/tenant laws.
YB-9000Young Adults Definition
Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.
People who have purchased the home or condominium in which they live.
YM-8250.6500Public Housing Residents Definition
Individuals who live in rental housing that is owned and operated by a government housing program.
YM-8250.8000Section 8 Housing Residents Definition
Individuals who have received a Section 8 certificate and are looking for or living in Section 8 rental housing.