Upcoming events

    • February 15, 2017
    • December 14, 2017
    • 11 sessions


    Clare Housing’s mission is to provide affordable housing, supportive services and compassionate care to people living with HIV/AIDS. Our goal is simple . . . to provide a continuum of housing and services designed to empower people of low-income and to maximize their health, independence, dignity and quality of life.

    Join us at our next Journey Home Program! This one-hour program demonstrates how affordable housing and supportive services improve the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS in the Twin Cities.

    Register at: www.clarehousing.org/get-involved/journey-home-tour

    Upcoming 2017 Program Dates

    Clare Apartments: 929 Central Avenue NE, Minneapolis (unless *)

    January 11th  Noon – 1:00pm (lunch provided)              

    February 15th  5:00 – 6:00pm                                           

    March 14th  8:00 – 9:00am                                                

    April 14th  Noon – 1:00pm (lunch provided)                   

    May 16th  5:00 – 6:00pm   

    June 15th  8:00 – 9:00am     

    July 12th  5:00 – 6:00pm  

    August 15TH  8:00 – 9:00am

    September 13th  5:00 – 6:00pm

    *October 18th  Noon 1:00pm (lunch provided)

    *November 14th  5:00 – 6:00pm

    December 14th  Noon – 1:00pm (lunch provided)

    *Program at new building Marshall Flats

    A Place to Call Home Fundraising Lunch

    Thursday, September 21st | 11:30am

    Minneapolis Convention Center

    For more information, contact a Clare Housing Development staff person:

    Jim Seas, Director- jim.seas@clarehousing.org                       

    Debbie Wyman, Coordinator-debbie.wyman@clarehousing.org               

    Chris Briggs, Coordinator-chris.briggs@clarehousing.org

    • October 26, 2017
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Capella University-225 South 6th Street, Minneapolis, MN


    http://avenuesforyouth.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/GLBT-HHP-Logo.jpg GLBT and ConneQT Host Home Programs and “The Infamous T” documentary film

    Thursday, October 2612:00-1:30pm

    A Lunch and Learn collaboration of Capella Pride Alliance, Capella Diversity Inclusion Network Group, Twin Cities Quorum, and UPS


    Featuring special guests Jonathon Douglas from The Infamous T - a documentary film about queer family, Rocki Simões, Program Manager of the GLBT Host Home Program, and Ryan Berg, Program Manager of the ConneQT Host Home Programfrom Avenues for Homeless Youth.


    A sandwich lunch will be provided! (Please confirm your attendance by 10/25 so we have an accurate count for food.)


    Join us in viewing the 30-minute documentary The Infamous T followed by a discussion and Q and A with Jonathon, star of the film, as well as Rocki and Ryan, Program Managers of the GLBT and ConneQT Host Home Programs from Avenues for Homeless Youth. We’ll talk about LGBTQ youth homelessness in the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota and about the Host Home program approach, and we’ll learn about the various ways to support the program, from becoming hosts to donating money, supplies, or time.


    We invite you to bring an item or two to donate to Avenues for Homeless Youth from their current wish list.


    Located at Capella University in Capella Tower, 225 South 6th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402. All are welcome. If you’re joining us from outside Capella, come to the 9th floor to check in (or you can join us remotely-email for details). RSVP required by Oct 25: email CENG-PrideAlliance@capella.edu


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    • November 10, 2017
    • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
    • Wilde Cafe and Spirits-65 SE Main St, Minneapolis

    Join your fellow early risers for our monthly Quorum Networking Coffee. Get some quality networking in before you even begin your work day! Our September Networking Breakfast will be hosted at Wilde Cafe and Spirits at 65 SE Main St in the beautiful St. Anthony Main area of Minneapolis.

    This month, our speaker will be Anthony Streiff! Anthony is a leadership development coach and organizational consultant that works with a focus on applying Nonviolent Communication and Intentional Emergence models to help people understand and develop creative solutions to vexing problems in their lives. Anthony graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in International Leadership for Social Change, and is pursuing a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. Anthony's educational work is centered on providing leadership education as a practice for liberation, self-responsibility, compassion, and solidarity, making it especially well-suited for people and organizations looking to examine challenging issues they might otherwise avoid.

    Nonviolent Communication:
    Nonviolent Communication, also called "NVC", is a process that utilizes a four-part structure to help people to focus their intention and attention in the goal of cultivating a quality of connection in relationships that enables creative collaboration. Through observing without evaluating, noticing and naming feelings, identifying underlying needs, values, and interests, and providing specific, positive requests, NVC can support people in working through complex, emotional challenges including internalized shame, structural violence, cultural change, and giving and receiving criticism. NVC can be a useful tool for people in every field and role to better understand themselves, others, and the barriers to effective communication.

    Start the day off right with the most important meal of the day, make great new connections, and talk about what you are up to! You will also be able to introduce your business and share news with everyone at the coffee. 

    New to Quorum Coffees? These networking events are a casual fun way to increase your networks, build your business and meet other community business leaders. Food and coffee will be available for purchase. Be sure to bring business cards!

    This is a free event but we ask folks to register in advance to ensure that we have enough space!

    • November 16, 2017
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Ginger Hop- 201 E Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN


    Join us for a fun event that highlights LGBT and Allied Women at Ginger Hop! A great opportunity to network, it also is a great place to forge connections with other women business leaders, have some tasty food and have the opportunity to highlight your work. Ginger Hop (201 East Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN) is a fun casual restaurant located in the beautiful Northeast area. 

    Quorum Women meets on the third Thursday of each month at noon. Open to all LGBT and allied women, this is more than a networking group. It’s an opportunity to highlight your business, share best practices, discuss successes and challenges, and get to know other women business owners in our community. Don't forget to bring your business cards!

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