This document represents one of our clear directions. We also remain deeply committed to the issue of youth homelessness as can be seen in the 2100 homeless youth in the St. Paul Public School system, and supporting and growing the services for those kids and their parents.Read More
On Tuesday, September 17, MICAH’s Housing for All chapter gathered at Hopebridge Community Center for a light supper and then boarded the bus for our annual Affordable Housing Tour.Read More
MICAH’s specific Comments and Concerns on the 2021 Qualified Allocation Plan and repeating some of our comments made on the 2020 plan.Read More
For reasons listed, the Metropolitan Interfaith Council of Affordable Housing (MICAH) opposes the elimination of broad-based categorical eligibility in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program(SNAP).Read More
On August 13, the Senate Select Committee on Home Ownership Affordability and Availability held their first hearing in St. Paul.
Congratulations to Junail Freeman Anderson and Rome Darring, both MICAH Board Members.
Our legislative coalition work began in February 2013, when David McGee of Build Wealth MN, and leader of the African-American Leadership Forum’s Economic Development Workgroup, began a conversation with La Shella Sims, MICAH Organizer, and Sue Watlov Phillips of MICAH and Integrated Community Solutions.
On May 1, 2014, National Day of Prayer, Governor Mark Dayton signed the HOME Bill into Law!Read More