For 2013, the Homes for All alliance worked hard to ensure that communities throughout the state could benefit from quality, affordable housing options, and that Minnesota's children could grow and learn without facing the damaging effects of homelessness.
Congratulations to Homes for All for helping secure a $33 million boost for housing and homeless services in state budget! Many, many more Minnesotans will have a safe, affordable place to call home and the resources to stay housed successfully as a result.
Read more about the success of the 2013 session in blog posts and legislative wrap ups by Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless, Hearth Connection, Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, and Minnesota Housing Partnership.
Homes for All was recently featured by the National Low Income Housing Coalition for its success in 2013!
2013 Homes for All Materials
Homes for All Legislative Agenda (full version)
Homes for All Legislative Agenda (proposed budget table version)
Homes for All Bonding Proposal (fact sheet)
Homes for All bills
- H.F. 1194 (Isaacson) / S.F. 811 (Dibble): increases base funding for MHFA Challenge affordable housing development funding, Housing Trust Fund, Family Homeless Prevention and Assistance, and many more programs by $25 million;
- H.F. 937 (Laine) / S.F. 797 (Clausen): increases base funding for DHS homeless support services, transitional housing programs, emergency services grants and homeless youth housing programs by $25 million;
- H.F. 1070 (Hausman) / S.F. 960 (Sparks): authorizes debt service for $35 million under the housing infrastructure bond program; and $15 million public housing rehabilitation.
Thank you to our Bill Authors!
MHP is a proud partner of Homes for All. The Homes for All alliance advances shared policy initiatives that lead to housing stability for all Minnesotans.
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