About the MI Affordable, Healthy Homes Proposal

Rising housing costs and utility bills. Heat waves and cold snaps leaking into homes. Flooded basements. Lead paint and asbestos.

Michiganders have been staring down a shockingly expensive market, aging housing stock and climate change, and each threat is poised to become more severe. But billions of dollars in funds creates a critical opportunity for state decision makers to address these crises head on.

That’s why Resilient Homes Michigan—a broad coalition of influential organizations, associations and businesses—came together and developed a comprehensive solution called MI Affordable, Healthy Homes.

This proposal is a set of budget investments that will help ensure all Michiganders have access to affordable housing that is free of pollutants, protects us from the elements and combats climate change. It also largely aligns with the Michigan State Housing Development Authority's first-ever Statewide Housing Plan released in spring 2022.

We hope you can join us.


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Email [email protected] with the subject "Resilient Homes MI" for any questions or media inquiries related to this proposal.

The Coalition

Resilient Homes Michigan coalition is made up of businesses, associations, nonprofits, grassroots groups and concerned individuals across the state.

Business Housing & Human Rights
Cherry Republic Community Economic Development Association of Michigan
DFD Architecture Elevate
Green Skills Alliance Grand Rapids NAACP
Michigan Chemistry Council Great Lakes Business Network Executive Committee
Michigan Energy Efficiency Contractors Association Habitat for Humanity of Michigan
Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan, Inc.
Michigan Minority Contractors Association Michigan Catholic Conference
THRIVE Collaborative Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness
Walker-Miller Energy Services Michigan Community Action Agency
  Michigan League for Public Policy
Environmental Michigan Saves
American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy National Housing Trust
Ann Arbor Office of Sustainability  
Ecology Center  
Flint Rising  
Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association  
GreenHome Institute  
Mid Michigan Environmental Action Council  
Midwest Building Decarbonization Coalition  
Michigan Environmental Council  
Sierra Club Michigan Chapter  
Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition  
Washtenaw Climate Reality  
West Michigan Environmental Action Council