Monthly Archives: April 2014

  • Melissa Brandt
    The New Face of Homelessness The New Face of Homelessness

    The New Face of Homelessness

The New Face of Homelessness

Rochester Schools homeless liaison Melissa Brandt wrote an illuminating piece about homeless students and the role of government and individuals in meeting their needs. Did you know public schools had a homeless liaison? As the homeless liaison, Melissa Brandt helps assist those kids and their families experiencing homelessness. Brandt […]

By |April 18, 2014|Advocacy, Affordable Housing, Child Homelessness, Education, Homes for All, News & Blog, Prosperity for All, Rochester|Comments Off on The New Face of Homelessness
  • 02Lindsley
    Walk a Mile Walk a Mile

    Walk a Mile

Walk a Mile

Policymaking 101 requires you to put yourself in the shoes the people affected. Let’s jump into the shoes of one of the 10,000 adults without a high school diploma or GED who participate in Minnesota’s welfare program (Minnesota Family Investment Program, or MFIP). MFIP is the […]

By |April 4, 2014|Advocacy, MFIP, Prosperity for All, State Capitol, State policy, Wages|Comments Off on Walk a Mile

Annual Conference Call for Presenters

Would you, or someone you know, like to facilitate a breakout session at the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless Annual Conference? We’re looking for people to present topics that work well with our theme, Connections: Housing, Income Stability, and Mental HealthClick here to learn more and to submit a proposal. […]

By |April 1, 2014|Conference, News|Comments Off on Annual Conference Call for Presenters