All Together in One Place, a Comprehensive Campaign for NLC, also includes sustenance and expansion of outreach ministries, including Normandale Housing Ministry. Normandale Housing Ministry serves families in the Phillips neighborhood of South Minneapolis and over the years, Normandale House has been home to more than 40 families transitioning from homelessness to independent living.
Through NLC’s on-going support, Normandale Housing Ministry (NHM) is able to continue and expand its mission and ministry. Recently, NHM hired a new case manager, Rashida Jackson, to work with families at Normandale House. Her position as case manager will enable NHM to serve more individuals and families as a result of program expansion.
Rashida has worked in areas of social service, community corrections, and mental health for over 20 years. Most recently, she has worked in the supportive affordable housing arena as a Property Manager, providing housing opportunities to families, youth, and single adults, who were homeless and facing multiple barriers, either with chemical dependency, mental health, or criminality.
Rashida holds a BA degree in Africana History from the University of Minnesota. She is also a part of the Hennepin County Penn Implementation Committee, whose focus is looking at the Penn Corridor from Cedar Lake Road all the way to 49th and Penn Avenue North and providing input on implementing design and infrastructural changes to strengthen social and economic opportunities for the citizens who live, work, and play on Penn Avenue.