Contact Us

Mailing Address

Stepping Stone Emergency Housing
PO Box 996
Anoka, MN 55303

How to Find Us:

3300 4th Avenue North
Cronin Building #14
Anoka, MN 55303

Phone: 763-323-7006
Directions

From Hwy 10 West
Follow Hwy 10 to Ferry Street exit. Take a right onto Ferry Street. Turn right onto Pleasant. Turn Left at the stop sign onto 4th Avenue, and continue to the stop sign/dead end on the Anoka County campus. Continue halfway around the circle to Lot 4, which is located just south of Stepping Stone’s Cronin Building.  Walk on the sidewalk to the front of the Cronin Building, ring the bell, and a staff person will let you into the building.

From Hwy 10 East
Follow Hwy 10 to 7th Street exit and turn right. Turn left onto Grant Street and right onto 4th Avenue, and continue to the stop sign/dead end on the Anoka County campus. Continue halfway around the circle to Lot 4, which is located just south of Stepping Stone’s Cronin Building. Walk on the sidewalk to the front of the Cronin Building, ring the bell, and a staff person will let you into the building.

From 169
Follow 169 north and it will turn into Ferry Street. Turn right onto Pleasant Street. Turn Left onto 4th Avenue, and continue to the stop sign/dead end on the Anoka County campus. Continue halfway around the circle to Lot 4, which is located just south of Stepping Stone’s Cronin Building. Walk on the sidewalk to the front of the Cronin Building, ring the bell, and a staff person will let you into the building.

From Hwy 47
Go north on Round Lake Boulevard. Turn right onto 7th Street. Turn left onto Grant Street and right onto 4th Avenue, and continue to the stop sign/dead end on the Anoka County campus. Continue halfway around the circle to Lot 4, which is located just south of Stepping Stone’s Cronin Building. Walk on the sidewalk to the front of the Cronin Building, ring the bell, and a staff person will let you into the building.

“The campus where we’re located is absolutely beautiful. The Rum River is right behind us providing a safe and well-maintained walking path, and there’s an abundance of green space providing privacy, peace, and quiet.”

Our Mission

To provide emergency shelter and critical support services to individuals 18 and older experiencing homelessness while striving toward self-sufficiency.

Our Vision

Everyone has a place to call home.

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Our Guiding Principles & Values

-Empower individuals to change their lives

-Treat each resident with dignity and respect

-Collaborate with partners in providing services

-Ensure strong stewardship in managing resources