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Our Neighbors' Place

Our Neighbors' Place

Non-Profit OrganizationServices

About Us

Our Neighbors' Place is a leading social service provider in St Croix and Pierce counties, delivering positive outcomes for clients needing shelter, food security, housing, and a variety of other services.

Day Center - 122 West Johnson Street, River Falls. Our Day Center features: shower, laundry, kitchen, public lockers, phone/fax/internet, mailing address, haircuts, and Salvation Army appointments. We have a case manager who will assist anyone needing help finding housing and a wonderful team of welcoming volunteers to assist with any other needs.

Transitional Housing - We run a transitional housing building in River Falls with 4 apartment units providing local families with affordable housing and professional case management for up to 24 months.

The Closet - Our volunteer-run secondhand store that is open to the public and supports our clothing voucher program. We accept donations of new and gently used men's and women's clothing, shoes, and accessories. Providing over 400 clothing vouchers a year to our guests, this program is entirely self-supported by shoppers and donations.

Backpack Program - This program provides backpacks full of nutritious groceries to kids (K-12) whose families are experiencing financial hardship in the River Falls School District. Distributing over 20,000 pounds of food annually, this program serves an average of 60 kids weekly.

Ways to help:
Monetary donations
NEW personal care items (toothpaste, shampoo, etc)
NEW men's/women's socks and underwear
Gently used adult clothing/shoes/accessories



Filled backpacks from the backpack program - ready to be delivered to the schools!
Shelves stocked!


Operations and Events Coordinator
Category: Event Planning
Are you looking for a way to make a living while also making a difference? Our Neighbors’ Place is hiring for an Operations and Events Coordinator. When you join the ONP team, you will be part of a small but mighty nonprofit organization that provides help and hope to anyone struggling to meet their basic needs (shelter, housing, food, clothing, advocacy, etc.).    Follow the link for more more
Contact: Shelly Smith
Phone:(715) 426-9000
Fax:(715) 426-9015

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