Eagle Flats

In partnership with Metroplains Management, Eagle Flats provides pre-tenancy and tenancy support services to individuals who have experienced long-term homelessness. Tenants pay rent based on their income using a Project Based Voucher through the Great Plains Housing Authority. Our team works with clients to access additional resources and referrals for economic assistance and other support programs. We offer flexible, individually tailored services that involve collaboration between service providers, property managers, and tenants to promote housing stability, preserve tenancy, and resolve any crises that may arise. Our housing support services include both pre-tenancy and tenancy support.

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  • Income limits of 30% AMI
  • Have a physical, mental, or emotional impairment that is expected to be of long-continued and indefinite duration, substantially impedes his or her ability to live independently, as is of a nature that such ability could be improved by more suitable housing conditions.


  • Is a person with a developmental disability, as defined in Section 102(7) of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act (42 U.S.C. 6001(8)), i.e., a person with a severe chronic disability that:
  • Is attributable to a mental or physical impairment or combination of mental and physical impairments;
  • Is manifested before the person attains age 22;
  • Is likely to continue indefinitely;
  • Results in substantial functional limitation in three or more of the following areas of major life activity; self-care, receptive and expressive language, learning, mobility AND
  • Meets one of the following homelessness criteria:
  • Is without housing and lives on the streets, in a car, non-residential building, etc.
  • Is without housing and spends nights in a shelter, institution, or temporary housing.
  • Is staying with another family (for less than 30 days) and there are not enough beds for everyone.
  • Is at risk of losing housing due to: eviction, sale of housing, loss of income, or other crisis.
  • Lives in substandard housing as determined by a licensed housing inspector.

Cooper House

Cooper House is a secure housing project consisting of 42 units. It is a collaborative effort between Beyond Shelter Inc. and the North Dakota Department of Health and Human Services. The project provides 24-hour supportive services to tenants. Every tenant receives personal assistance in developing a Housing Support Plan with their Tenant Coordinator based on their individual goals and focusing on housing stability. On-site staff can provide coordination and support to help tenants achieve their goals. In addition, tenants have access to the services of a part-time nurse.

The Supportive Services are funded through the PSH Grant in partnership with the North Dakota Department of Health and Human Services - Behavioral Health Division. Tenants pay income-based rent with a Project Based Voucher through Fargo Housing Authority.


  • Services provided to all tenants at Cooper House
  • Tenants must be assessed at any Continuum of Care Assessment Site using the Housing Prioritization Tool and placed on the CARES List. Fargo Housing issues project-based vouchers to eligible individuals who reside at Cooper House

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