Preventing eviction, foreclosure, and homelessness in Detroit
Helping low-income residents stay in their homes and strengthen their communities, through representation, support, and ownership.
Who We Are
United Community Housing Coalition is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing housing assistance to Detroit’s low-income residents. Since 1973, we have worked to keep people in their homes and secure affordable housing for those in need.
We believe that having a place to live is a basic human right, and are passionate about preserving this right in our communities. Our services are provided to income-eligible families and individuals free of charge.
What We Do
Our services help families retain their homes permanently, preserving family assets and protecting neighborhoods from blight caused by vacant housing.
Housing Placement &
Helping displaced residents find housing, helping tenants organize to defend their rights, and providing legal representation for landlord-tenant cases
Clients received placement or relocation assistance
Helping displaced residents find housing, organize to defend their rights, and access available community resources.
Office Mainline: (313) 963-3310
Eviction Hotline: (313) 355-3352
Tax Foreclosure Hotline: (313) 405-7726
In the News
We will keep you up to date with the latest news about housing issues in Detroit.
In the News
We're keeping up to date with the latest news about housing issues in Detroit.
Duggan's tax reform plan would target speculators, parking lot owners
June 1, 2023
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan introduced a new proposal Wednesday that he says will cut taxes for nearly all city homeowners. Duggan is aiming for the proposal, which would first need approval from state legislators, to go before Detroit voters in 2024.