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We Are an Organization Dedicated to Doing the Most Good in your community.

Who we Are

The Booth Brown House at 1471 Como Ave. W., St. Paul, is a safe place for youth to turn when they have nowhere else to go. Our Homeless Youth Overnight Shelter provides help for 18 to 21 year-olds, while our Foyer Housing program helps vulnerable or disadvantaged youth, ages 16 to 24, transition from dependence to independence.

Our Local Leadership

Located in St. Paul, The Salvation Army's  Booth Brown House is overseen by administrative staff. This location reports to The Salvation Army Northern Division, serving Minnesota and North Dakota.

Administrative Staff

Erin Foss - ext. 105
Program Director

Nicole Charles - ext. 118
Operations Manager

Dellenna Harper - ext. 114
Shelter Program Manager

Steven Godfrey - ext. 102
Foyer Program Manager

Open Position
Shelter Case Manager

Kayla Gottwalt - ext. 119
Foyer Case Manager

Open Position
Foyer Case Manager


Historic Booth Hospital

The Booth Brown House, which now serves as a safe place for youth to turn, began as a safe-haven for unwed mothers. Started in the early 1900s as The Salvation Army Women’s Home and Hospital, the facility moved to its current location – 1471 Como Ave. W. in St. Paul – and became The Salvation Army Booth Memorial Hospital in 1913.

Contact Us

Booth Brown House
1471 Como Ave. W.
St. Paul, MN 55108
651-646-1655 (fax)
Join Shelter Line: 651-444-5757


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