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- Zach Bosey, Detroit Marketing and Communications Manager, at 313-4840910 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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About the Detroit Housing Network
The Detroit Housing Network is an alliance of housing nonprofits that have come together to provide clear and equitable access to housing services. We are united by the idea that this access will empower our neighbors to be financially mobile, increase their access to homeownership and strengthen Detroit’s neighborhoods.
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 our Members, who bring decades of experience serving Detroit neighborhoods by providing access to essential housing services. Those Members include Bridging Communities Inc., Central Detroit Christian, Jefferson East Inc., Matrix Human Services, U-SNAP-BAC and Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency.
With the leadership of the City of Detroit and CHN Housing Partners, along with the support of Detroit's larger housing eco-system, the Detroit Housing Network is creating healthy neighborhoods and advancing racial equity through increased housing stability and affordable homeownership.
About CHN Housing Partners
CHN Housing Partners was founded in 1981 and began working in Detroit in 2018. It is a large-scale affordable housing developer, residential lender and housing service provider that works with its partners to solve major housing challenges for low-income people and underserved communities. CHN also partners with people—low-income individuals, families, seniors, the disabled and those experiencing homelessness — to improve their housing stability and economic mobility.
CHN’s impact in Cleveland includes 2,700 new homeowners, the housing stability services it provides annually to 50,000 individuals, and the development of 7,000 new homes. In Michigan, CHN continues to focus on the power of a permanent address by working with public and private partners to increase Detroit’s stock of affordable housing through development, preservation and property management. CHN also leverages its expertise in nonprofit coalition building by acting as the Network Manager for the Detroit Housing Network – an alliance of housing nonprofits that have come together to provide clear and equitable access to housing services in Detroit. Learn more at www.chnhousingpartners.org