Providing Supportive Housing

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

Jeremiah Program completes 40 new affordable homes for single mothers with children in Rochester

Jeremiah Program came to Rochester in 2016 at the invitation of a cross-section of community leaders, and in the fall of 2020, they opened the  doors to the Rochester/Southeast MN Jeremiah campus, which includes 40 affordable homes for single mothers and their children. The campus includes on-site childcare provided by Families First of Minnesota, as well as… 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

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Prosperity’s Front Door carries Task Force work forward

Prosperity’s Front Door seeks to educate Minnesotans about opportunities to create and preserve the homes Minnesota communities need to thrive. Prosperity’s Front Door is a network of business, government, and nonprofit leaders from across Minnesota. The network sees affordable and workforce housing as the front door to greater and shared economic prosperity—for Minnesota’s families, businesses, and… Read more

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The Future Starts at Home

Looking for the short story on what GMHF does and why? This booklet is for you. GMHF set out to create a short piece that describes its work and its impact. This small brochure is the result. Learn about GMHF’s strategic priorities and how GMHF works as a community development lending partner across Minnesota. Hear… Read more

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