Michigan's Campaign to End Homelessness
MSHDA and its many partners across Michigan have already trained and provided technical assistance, implemented remarkable programs, garnered funding from a great many resources, and made a great leap forward in ending homelessness in Michigan by 2016. Across Michigan, there are more affordable housing units, more support for homeless individuals and families, more programs to connect the homeless with housing, and more grants and programs to assist regional efforts. Yet there is much to be done to reduce homelessness. We are deeply appreciative of our partners and funders for their compassion and generosity, and eager to find others willing to help with this critically important work.
A spreadsheet of funds made available in 2009 by the State of Michigan to address housing and/or services to people living in homelessness.
Non-Profit agencies are eligible to receive training from organizations experienced in supporting and delivering services to the homeless.
This chart provides information on programs, processes, service areas, eligibility requirements and program contacts.