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On September 7, Michigan took an exciting step forward in the implementation of our first ever Statewide Housing Plan. Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced the creation of a new Statewide Housing Partnership Executive Order. This new group of government leaders and soon-to-be-named individuals representing housing in various fields will work with regional groups and Michigan’s Campaign to End Homelessness (MCTEH) to meet the goals of the plan.

You can find the housing plan, a summary, fact sheet and more resources here: Statewide Housing Plan (

Live virtual events to engage attendees in an active dialogue on the impact recent stressors have had on mental health issues and risk for suicide, and how individuals and providers across a broad spectrum of disciplines can address these issues and foster hope, recovery and resilience in themselves and those they care for.

Join us in this series of virtual events as we explore the role of HOPE in Mental Health Recovery for Veterans, families & our community.
Register Here. 

How Two Funding Opportunities Can Address Rural and Unsheltered Homelessness 

Learn more about HUD’s  Special NOFO to address Rural Homelessness and New Stability Housing Voucher Program. 

 Register Here

Thursday, September 15, 2022
3:00 – 4:15 PM Join   

Webinar Library

 National Alliance to End Homelessness examines ways to use the 2022 Continuum of Care Program NOFO as a vehicle to build a more effective system

Building an Effective Homeless Response System: Getting Ready for the 2022 CoC NOFO


The Rapid Rehousing webinar presented by PCADV will be specifically tailored to the needs of survivors and will provide needed information to serve survivors with new CoC grant funds.

Survivor Driven, Trauma Informed Services and Rapid Rehousing

 Part one included: 
  • The CoC interim rule
  • Requirements of a CoC Board
  • Requirements of a CoC – Programs, Planning, Data Management, & Funding
  • CoC requirements for Consultation and Collaboration
Part two included:
  • CoC Governing Board
  • Collaborative Applicant
  • HMIS Lead
  • CoC Membership and Committees
  • Best Practices

Resources & Opportunities can assist family caregivers and seniors with resources to make better and more informed decisions, save time and money and feel less alone. 


First Step Presents – YOU ARE THE LIGHT – 2022 GALA

SEPTEMBER 30, 2022
6:30 PM – 11:30 PM

Your support will help shine a light on the problem of domestic violence and sexual assault in our community.

Come and join your First Step family at this fun awards gala, and share in a delicious dinner, drinks, dancing, and silent auction. 

Full invitation and sponsorship opportunities here
Register here