About Us

Our Mission

The Detroit Housing Network's (DHN) mission is to create healthy neighborhoods and advance racial equity in our communities by increasing housing stability and affordable homeownership for Detroit residents.

Achieving Your Housing Goals Together

Learn about our services or call us at (866) 313-2520 and press #3 to speak to a housing specialist today!

Detroit's Trusted Housing Leaders

The Detroit Housing Network is made up of the city's most trusted housing leaders, advocates and service providers. The core of our Network is made up of our Network Members who bring decades of experience serving Detroit neighborhoods with essential housing services.

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Network Partners and Funders

The Detroit Housing Network is made up of Network Members, Partners and Funders working behind the scenes to simplify the way Detroiters access housing services.

DHN In the News

Detroiters face countless housing emergencies each day. One hotline wants to solve them all

The HelpLine also directs homeowners or people on the cusp of homeownership to the Detroit Housing Network, a collection of six nonprofit organizations offering homeownership resources. These nonprofits are set up to provide financial counseling and connect people to resources that may be available, like the Downpayment Assistance program.

City, Gilbert Family Foundation and CHN Housing Partners team up to expand housing support for Detroiters, simplifying access to critical resources

The City of Detroit, Gilbert Family Foundation, and CHN Housing Partners have teamed up to transform how Detroiters access housing resources and services, anchored by a new centralized City hotline and a $10 million investment from the Gilbert Family Foundation. 

City, Gilbert Foundation, others partner to expand, simplify housing support for Detroiters

“The City and its partners offer a lot of great services to help Detroiters with their housing needs, but they don’t mean much if people don’t know how to access them,” said Mayor Mike Duggan. “Thanks to the efforts of our partners and the generous support of the Gilbert Family Foundation, we now have a simple process to guide residents to the right housing resource and a growing number of programs to help them.”