Tenant stability leads to community stability

| Who We Are |

Community members and organizations working to improve the present and future well-being of our infants, youth, adults, and families in our neighborhoods.






| What We Do |

Provide tools to help residents empower themselves to create healthier choices, livelihood and provide opportunities for individuals to become proactive on their issues and policies that are impacting their health and community.





| History |

The Community Stabilization Project (CSP) was established in 1989 as a collaborative project of the St. Paul Tenant’s Union, District Councils 7 and 8, the St. Paul Urban League and Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS). The goal of the collaboration was to organize tenants and educate them in the use of the Tenant Remedies Act to address seriously substandard rental properties which landlords refused to improve.






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