Ending Homelessness

Churches United in Ministry Leads Hotel to Housing Conversion

The Duluth Inn was a Class-C motel in downtown Duluth. Churches United in Ministry (CHUM) was previously leasing half of the rooms to provide a safe isolated environment for homeless senior citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, CHUM is acquiring the property to convert it to permanent supportive housing for people formerly experiencing homelessness. Plans… Read more

Health and Housing

A prominent and growing body of research shows that health outcomes improve for people who have access to housing and that better management of chronic diseases leads to a reduction in the net cost of medical care. Homeless persons are better able to manage chronic diseases like diabetes and AIDS when properly housed. Hospitals and… Read more

Rebuilding Better Neighborhoods

Greater Minnesota Housing Fund is delighted to present Rebuilding Better Neighborhoods: Strategies for Reimagining Affordable Housing in Greater Minnesota. The book showcases outstanding developments across Minnesota by some of the most innovators developers of affordable housing in the state. Download the Book (PDF) Each of the 19 case studies recounts how a Minnesota community came… Read more

Minnesota Housing Announces $87.5M for Affordable Housing

Minnesota Housing Commissioner Mary Tingerthal joined community leaders today to announce funding to create and preserve more than 1,700 affordable homes throughout the state, including rental units and single family houses. The announcement outlined funding for 55 developments that support more than 3,600 jobs and will leverage additional private and local resources for more than… Read more

Rick Klun

GMHF partner Rick Klun talks about combatting homelessness

The Star Tribune featured Rick Klun as one of their “Problem Solvers” for his work to prevent and end homelessness in Duluth and across the state in an article by Gail Rosenblum. Rick Klun wants us to stop focusing on homelessness. It’s not that he lacks the heart, or stomach, to address this seemingly intractable… Read more

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