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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

2016 State of Metropolitan Housing Report is available online!

The 2016 State of Metropolitan Housing Report (SMHR) is now available online, here on MHC’s website.  The report examines nine housing indicators that MHC tracks to assess annual progress on fair housing and affordable housing opportunities in the 13-county Louisville metropolitan area, which includes five counties in southern Indiana. The focus topic of the 2016 […]...

2016 SMHR Release Date Announced: Tuesday, December 13th at 12pm at New Directions

It’s that time of year again. Please join MHC for the release of the 2016 State of Metropolitan Housing Report (SMHR), on Tuesday, December 13th at 12pm at New Directions Housing Corporation, 1000 East Liberty Street. Louisville, KY 40204. Tuesday, December 13th at 12pm at New Directions Housing Corporation, 1000 East Liberty Street. Louisville, KY […]...

MHC working with Mercy Academy students

MHC has been working with students from Mercy Academy for their senior project: “Helping Others Live Mercy.” They will be having a special event “Help Others Live Mercy Night” on Tuesday, November 29th at 7 p.m. at Mercy Academy, 5801 Fegenbush Lane. You can learn more about their work by visiting: Instagram: H.O.L.M.2017 Twitter: Holm2017 […]...

2016 Annual Meeting a Success!

The Annual Meeting was an amazing success! First off, thank you to our keynote speaker, Emily Allen, Vice President of the AARP Foundation. Ms. Allen’s speech was titled “Housing – the Linchpin of Well-Being,” and there is a link to the full speech below (in PDF format). Also, a big thanks to Kentucky Attorney General Andy […]...