About Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless

It takes different sectors working together to end homelessness. We support the entire continuum of housing solutions, from homelessness prevention and housing with supportive services to affordable housing development and homeownership.

For over 30 years, the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless (MCH) has generated public policies, community support, and local resources to end homelessness in Minnesota.

Why join the coalition?

Return on your investment. For member organizations, annual dues at MCH are a modest investment with a huge return for nonprofits and communities. In recent years, our coalition has secured nearly $200 million in state funds for affordable housing development and services for Minnesotans experiencing homelessness. MCH does not receive any of the funds we advocate for. Instead, these funds go directly to service providers, housing developers, and other organizations who create and maintain a full continuum of affordable housing options across Minnesota.

Expand your statewide professional network. MCH convenes the full spectrum of people, organizations, and companies who care about housing stability. Our annual two-day conference and Homeless Day on the Hill bring together over 1,000 people each year, including direct service providers, executives, housing developers, funders, policy makers, and people experiencing homelessness.

Stand by your values. MCH member organizations care about Minnesotans experiencing homelessness. They know that stable housing creates stronger neighborhoods, classrooms, and communities. Our members stand with hundreds of other organizations for a cause they believe in.

We bring communities together to advance solutions at the State Capitol. Together, with over 100 member organizations throughout the state, we create a better future for our community.

Membership Benefits

  • Discounted annual conference registration
  • Visibility on MCH’s website and annual report
  • Opportunity to submit speaking proposals
  • Discounted Trainings
    • Legislative Advocacy
    • Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI)
    • Social Media Training
Join the Coalition!

 

For more information, please contact Katie Wagoner: katie@mnhomelesscoalition.org.

 

Member Organizations

Membership Form

 

Northeast:

AEOA

American Indian Community Housing Organization

CHUM

Grace House of Itasca County

Housing & Redevelopment Authority Duluth

KOOTASCA Community Action

Life House

North Shore Horizons 

Range Mental Health Center

Range Transitional Housing

Virginia HRA

Northwest:

Bi-CAP

Care and Share Forever

Churches United for the Homeless

Evergreen Youth and Family Services

FM Coalition for Homeless Persons

Inter-County Community Council, Inc.

Lakes & Prairies CAP

Mahube-OTWA*

Northwestern Mental Health Center

Southeast:

HOPE Coalition

Salvation Army Rochester

SEMCAC 

Three Rivers Community Action

Women’s Shelter of SE MN

Southwest:

Heartland Community Action Agency

Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership

Southwest Minnesota Opportunity Council, Inc

Western Community Action

Central:

Anna Marie’s Alliance

Catholic Charities Domus Transitional Housing

Lakes & Pines CAC

Tri-CAP

West Central:

Mahube-OTWA*

Prairie Five Community Action Council

Minneapolis/St. Paul:

Ain Dah Yung Center

Alliance Housing, Inc.

Avenues for Youth

Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative*

The Bridge for Youth

CAP of Ramsey and Washington Counties*

Catholic Charities Office of Social Justice

Catholic Charities of St Paul and Minneapolis

Clare Housing

Downtown Congregations to End Homelessness

Emerge Community Development

Emma Norton Services

Face to Face

Hope Community

House of Charity

The Link*

Listening House

Mental Health Resources, Inc.*

Our Saviour’s Community Services

Peace House

People Incorporated*

People Serving People, Inc.

Project for Pride in Living*

Rise, Inc*

Simpson Housing Services

St Paul Public Housing Agency

St. Stephen’s Human Services

Start Today Hennepin*

Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity

Twin Cities Housing Development Corp

Two Rivers Community Land Trust

Vail Place*

Women’s Advocates, Inc.

YouthLink

YWCA of St. Paul

Suburbs:

Alexandra House

Anoka County CAP

Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative*

Canvas Health

CAP of Suburban Hennepin

CAP of Ramsey and Washington Counties*

Cornerstone Advocacy Services

Dakota Woodlands

Hope 4 Youth

Hope for the Journey Home 

Interfaith Outreach

The Link*

Mental Health Resources*

MICAH

Missions, Inc

People Incorporated*

Perspectives Family Center

Project for Pride in Living*

Rise, Inc*

Solid Ground

Start Today Hennepin*

Vail Place*

White Bear Unitarian Universalist Church

Statewide:

Center City Housing

Community Involvement Programs

Habitat for Humanity of MN

Hearth Connection

HousingLink

Joint Religious Legislative Coalition

Lutheran Social Service

MESH

Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans

Minnesota Catholic Conference

Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women

Minnesota Community Action Partnership

Minnesota Host Home Network

Minnesota NAHRO

Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge

NASW-MN

Resource, Inc

RS Eden

Salvation Army Northern HQ

Wilder Foundation

Allied Members:

Boom Boom’s Beds

Central Minnesota Housing Partnership

CommonBond Communities

Flannery Construction

Sand Companies

YMCA of Greater Twin Cities

*Organization provides services in multiple regions