Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness

Empowering Communities, Ending Homelessness


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By advocating for homeless services, raising awareness about housing insecurity and providing critical services to more than 650 homeless service agencies, MCAH is working to prevent and end homelessness in Michigan. While great progress has been made in lowering the number of people experiencing homelessness, more than 8,200 Michigan residents were homeless in 2022. We are determined to end chronic homelessness.

Our Mission

We serve as an inclusive statewide voice to improve systems and support communities to prevent and end homelessness in a way that leaves no one behind.

Our Vision

We will advance housing justice and
make ending homelessness a shared priority.

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Meet MCAH: Lauren Conrad

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Meet MCAH: Jaymie Tibbits

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July Free Training: Domestic Violence and Children

Domestic Violence and Children Jul 15, 2024    1:00 PM  This webinar will cover how domestic violence dynamics within the home have an impact on children, how to understand indicators for violence as well as resiliency factors. Course Outcomes Participants will better...

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AmeriCorps Service Project | Fenner Nature Center

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Michigan Homelessness By The Numbers


Total Homeless Individuals (2021)


Black households are 3.6 times more likely to be represented in the 2021 PIT count when compared to broader Census demographics

overall increase to all housing requests


Michigan’s eviction rates in 2021 remained historically low

Of homeless mothers reported experiencing physical or sexual assault

Of the homeless Veteran population met the definition of chronic homelessness by living on the streets for more than 12 months in the last 3 years

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