BRINGING SOLUTIONS TO MICHIGAN
The Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness advocates at the local, state, and federal level for proven policies and additional resources to make sure everyone in Michigan has a home. There are many ways for you to join us in our advocacy work – please select one (or more) of the many options available to you. #ThePowerOfOne
Learn About Advocacy Day
Wednesday, March 15. Join MCAH in meeting your legislature and advocating for sound housing policy. Register here.
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MCAH’s Legislative Action Committee is a vehicle for volunteers to help shape policy on issues of homelessness in Michigan. Together, we:
- Identify and work toward policy that better represents the needs of the homeless population throughout our state;
- Discuss and strategize with viewpoints from the field, urban and rural communities, and the state capitol;
- Train and educate ourselves and decision makers about the impact of policy on individuals and families experiencing homelessness;
- Engage and advocate with policy makers to enact change and improve the lives of our clients, friends, family, and fellow Michiganders.
Meeting recordings available at MCAH’s YouTube Channel.
JOIN US ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15 FOR OUR 7TH ANNUAL
HOMELESSNESS ADVOCACY DAY!
Our 2023 event will be IN PERSON THIS YEAR! We hope you’ll join us for a chance to advocate for affordable housing and better homelessness policy in Michigan. Registration includes access to our educational sessions, materials, and assistance with scheduling legislative meetings with your state Representative and Senator. For more information on how you can get involved, contact Lisa Chapman at email@example.com
We are honored to host as our keynote speaker State Senator Sam Singh, representing the 28th District, which includes parts of Grand Ledge, Lansing, Lansing Township and more. Mr. Singh has served three terms as State Representative, from 2013-2018, where he was a passionate champion for issues facing working families, K-12 education, veterans and climate change. In his last term, his colleagues selected him to serve as the Democratic Leader.