Join by filling out the 2023 Membership Form, or join us online through our digital member portal!
It takes different sectors working together to create a movement to end homelessness. We support the entire continuum of housing solutions including preventing homelessness, shelter, transitional housing, housing with supportive services, affordable housing development, and homeownership opportunities.
For almost 40 years, the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless (MCH) has generated public policies, community support, and local resources to end homelessness in Minnesota.
We bring communities together to advance solutions at the State Capitol. Together, with 70+ member organizations throughout the state, we create a better future for our community and State.
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. MCH does not receive any of the funds for which we advocate. 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. Since the pandemic emerged in March 2020, MCH and our members have secured record-breaking wins.
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 hundreds of advocates each year, including people experiencing homelessness, community members, direct service providers, executives, housing developers, funders, and policy makers.
Stand by your values.
Shelter saves lives. Housing ends homelessness. MCH member organizations care about Minnesotans experiencing homelessness. You are joining a community of advocates working to create stable, dignified, and affordable homes—which results in stronger neighborhoods, classrooms, and communities. Our members stand with hundreds of other organizations for a cause they believe in and a coalition that is strong and effective.
- Discounted annual conference registration
- Visibility on MCH’s website and annual report
- Opportunity to submit speaking proposals
- Discounted Trainings:
- Legislative Advocacy
- Social Media Training
For more information, please contact Rhonda Otteson – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hearth Connection, St. Paul
Oasis Central Minnesota, Little Falls
Stepping Stone Emergency Housing, Anoka
Alliance Housing Inc, Minneapolis
Churches United for the Homeless, Moorhead
Nameless Coalition for the Homeless, Bemidji
Accord, St. Paul
Agate Housing and Services, Minneapolis
Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, St. Paul
Alexandra House, Blaine
Anna Marie’s Alliance, St. Cloud
Anoka County CAP, Blaine
Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency, Virginia
Avenues for Youth, Minneapolis
Beacon Interfaith Housing, St. Paul
The Bridge for Youth, Minneapolis
Center City Housing Corp, Duluth
Churches United in Ministry, Duluth
Clare Housing, Minneapolis
CommonBond Communities, St. Paul
Corporation for Supportive Housing, New York
East Metro Civic Alliance, St. Paul
Fargo-Moorhead Coalition for Homeless Persons, Fargo, ND
Grace House, Grand Rapids
Haven Housing, Minneapolis
Housing Link, Minneapolis
Inter-County Community Council, Oklee
Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners, Plymouth
KOOTASCA Community Action, Grand Rapids
Lakes and Pines Community Action, Mora
Lakes and Prairies Community Action, Moorhead
Life House, Duluth
Mahube-OTWA Community Action, Park Rapids
Metropolitan Interfaith Council on Affordable Housing, St. Paul
Minneapolis Public Housing Authority, Minneapolis
Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge, Minneapolis
Minnesota Catholic Conference, St. Paul
Minnesota Community Action Partnership, St. Paul
Minnesota Engagement on Shelter and Housing, Edina
Minnesota Tribal Collaborative, Statewide
Missions, Inc. Programs, Plymouth
National Association of Social Workers – Minnesota, Eden Prairie
Northwest Minnesota Foundation, Bemidji
Open Doors for Youth, Elk River
Our Saviour’s Community Services, Minneapolis
Peace House Community, Minneapolis
People Serving People, Minneapolis
Range Transitional Housing, Virginia
Safe Haven Shelter and Resource Center, Duluth
Simpson Housing Services, Minneapolis
The Bridge for Youth, Minneapolis
The House of Hope Presbyterian Church, St. Paul
The Salvation Army Northern Division, Roseville
The Salvation Army Rochester, Rochester
Threshold to New Life, Maple Grove
Twin Cities Housing Development Corporation, St. Paul
Two Rivers Community Land Trust, Woodbury
United Community Action Partnership, Statewide
WeCare Group, Waite Park
White Bear Unitarian Universalist Church, Mahtomedi
Women’s Advocates, St. Paul