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Kitchen Cabinet

It's the simple things in life that matter....

It's as simple as getting a dish from a cupboard. When you are homeless, you don't experience the simple things many of us take for granted.  A dish, a table, a bed....

Hospitality House of Owatonna, Inc. offers temporary accommodations for men who are transitioning through homelessness.  Our purpose is to provide a place of hospitality that is safe, clean and comfortable. 

We strive to be a home free of judgment where men can find respite and a base from which to organize themselves for the next phase of their lives.  Hospitality House works with guests to locate and access the resources they need to progress towards self-sufficiency and independent living.

The House relies on the philanthropy of compassionate people and organizations who see the value in what we do.

Hospitality House of Owatonna, Inc. is overseen through a Board of Directors and an Executive Director who provides overall management, operational planning, and leadership of the organization, supervision of staff and volunteers, financial management, as well as public relations.  Hospitality House of Owatonna is staffed by a full-time Program Manager who provides management of the facility and daily operations as well as a part-time Program Coordinator who supports the Executive Director and Program Manager with administrative tasks, assisting with case management, managing data, and fundraising efforts.


The House is staffed every night with supportive personnel who ensure that house rules are followed and that the men are accountable to themselves, their fellow guests, their neighborhood, and the community-at-large. In addition, volunteers donate their time, skills, and energy to assist the operation and are most important to our success.

We envision a community where everyone has a safe place to live.

Hospitality House partners with our community to ensure that those experiencing homelessness in the Owatonna area have a safe and hospitable place to stay. Employees
and volunteers provide compassionate support to guests as they design their own pathway to independence.

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