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Bridge of Hope
Shelterhouse in Midland started a Bridge of Hope Program, which matches homeless single mothers and their children with churches for financial assistance ...
MSHDA’s Road Map to Ending Chronic Homelessness
Last month MSHDA presented the session “The Implementation of Housing First: Michigan State Housing Development Authority’s Roadmap to End Chronic Homele...
2014 Housing First Partners Conference
Following the enormous success of the first Housing First Partners Conference, our second conference will be held in Chicago Illinois, March 12-14th, 2014....
Local designer enters contest to help homeless
A local woman is using her artistic talents to help prevent homelessness in West Michigan.
2014 Veteran Expos
Three expos offering jobs, education, health care, and benefits for Michigan veterans will be held in the following cities: Marquette: August 8 &...
Registration is open for the 2014 Homeless Summit
Registration for the 2014 Annul Summit on Ending Homelessness is now open. Additional information including the agenda is available.
From Homelessness to Stanford: How This Hardworking Student Overcame All Odds
Tiara Gaillard is only 17-years-old, but the young woman from Kalamazoo, Michigan has been through her fair share of struggles.
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