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Housing Policy and Advocacy

Homes for All is a statewide alliance of over 40 united housing and homeless organizations working to make sure every Minnesotan has a place to call home. Homes for All is led by the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless, Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers, Minnesota Housing Partnership and many more allies. 

Homes for All just released their legislative agenda calling for $100 million in investment and bonds for affordable housing preservation and construction. The 2013 Homes for All Legislative Agenda calls for the state to invest $25 million for Minnesota Housing Finance Agency Programs, $25 million for Department of Human Services programs for people experiencing homelessness, and $50 million in housing infrastructure and general obligation bonds to preserve and construct affordable housing. Read the overview. Watch the slideshow. See more details.

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Minnesota Foreclosure Partners Council

The Minnesota Foreclosure Partners Council facilitates a rapid, coordinated response to the mortgage foreclosure crisis affecting the Twin Cities metropolitan area. The council collaborates with numerous private and public partners.

MN National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials

The Minnesota Chapter of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) serves the state’s housing and community development needs. NAHRO's mission is to be the leading housing and community development organization in Minnesota by promoting strong, viable communities for all Minnesotans, particularly those with low and moderate incomes. Their goal is to enhance the knowledge and effectiveness of our members through professional development, education and advocacy.