- COVID-19 Response
- Programs & Services
COVID-19: Supporting Our Clients and Team
RS EDEN is committed to the safety and well-being of our employees and our clients. Our programs and services are critical to the most vulnerable members of our community. We continue to run our programs, adapting our services to align with social distancing protocols and other Minnesota Department of Health guidelines. Learn more here.
Supportive Housing, Recovery, and Reentry Services
Since 1971, RS EDEN has been a leader in delivering effective community human services in Minnesota. From early achievements in substance abuse treatment and correctional residential programs, RS EDEN has evolved into a multi-faceted agency whose mission is to provide a spectrum of care, recovery and support services to best facilitate individual, family, and community movement from homelessness to self-sufficiency. We believe that with structure, stability, and accountability, people can and do change.
RS EDEN seeks to rebuild communities, one person at a time.
RS EDEN's supportive housing communities include on-site services to assure tenants have the resources and support necessary to sustain their housing.
Programs include substance use, mental health, peer support, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), independent living skills, as well as vocational and educational services.
Services for individuals reentering and reconnecting with the community after incarceration.
Designed to establish a safe environment for clients making the necessary changes to promote their rehabilitation while ensuring public safety.
If a participant is struggling, the other Eden brothers help support him through words and hugs… We also see many of RS EDEN’s alumni continue to stay involved with Eden. Many of our Drug Court alumni come back to court month and even years after graduation and tell us that they still return to Eden as mentors.
RS EDEN is an equal opportunity employer whose mission is to provide recovery, accountability, and support services facilitating individual, family, and community movement from non-productive behavior to responsible, self-sufficient lifestyles.