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The Metropolitan Housing Coalition has worked tirelessly for over 20 years on behalf of fair, decent and affordable housing in the Louisville metropolitan region. MHC is a private, non-profit organization supported by over 300 individuals and  organizations as coalition members that believe safe, decent housing is a basic human right. We advocate for sound housing policies–in our region and nationally–via research, community education and collaboration-building. We invite you to learn more about who we are, the work we do, current issues in housing, and how you can get involved.

Metropolitan Housing News & Events

Media coverage of the 2014 State of Metropolitan Housing Report release

A sampling of local media coverage of the release of MHC’s 2014 State of Metropolitan Housing: The Louisville Courier-Journal: Affordable Housing Needs Remain in Louisville Findings from the 2014 SMHR Insider Louisville: Metropolitan Housing Coalition report highlights affordable housing barriers, recommends action WFPL: Takeaways From the 2014 Louisville Metro Housing Report...

MHC’s 2014 State of Metropolitan Housing Report to be released December 4

On Thursday, December 4, 2014, at 12:00PM, METROPOLITAN HOUSING COALITION (MHC) will host a public event at the LOUISVILLE URBAN LEAGUE (1535 W. Broadway) to mark the release of the MHC’s annual State of Metropolitan Housing Report for 2014. This year’s report is made possible by the generous support of Louisville Metro Government, PNC Bank, […]...

Join MHC for Coalition Night!

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014 5:30 – 7:00 pm at MHC 3587 Dutchmans (inside the JFCS building on the corner of Cannons) Learn about the issues MHC is currently focusing on and the tools we’re helping create to ensure everyone in Louisville and Southern Indiana have a safe, affordable, and fair place to call home. Find […]...

MHC included in HUD publication: “Expanding Opportunity Through Fair Housing Choice”

MHC’s work on Louisville Metro’s 20-year plan for fair housing mentioned in great article from HUD’s Evidence Matters: “Localities such as Louisville, Kentucky have taken the initiative in assessing how municipal planning can further fair housing and reduce segregation. Building off of a thorough 2010 AI, the Louisville Metro Human Relations Commission developed “Making Louisville […]...