Preventing eviction, foreclosure, and homelessness in Detroit

Helping low-income residents stay in their homes and strengthen their communities, through representation, support, and ownership.

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UCHC Annual Christmas Party Project

December 9, 2019 | 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Temple Bar, 2906 Cass Ave, Detroit, MI 48201

This year marks 34th year that United Community Housing Coalition has been involved with the Annual Christmas Project Party, the 13th year we have sponsored the event, and the 41st year that Ted has played Santa! Simply put, we try to help particularly needy or recently homeless clients enjoy the holiday season by giving gifts to children and seniors and by sharing dinner with the families.

Helping homeowners avoid foreclosure, tax or mortgage related, and working with residents to stay in their homes, become owners and avoid eviction

Helping displaced residents find housing, helping tenants organize to defend their rights, and providing legal representation for landlord-tenant cases

Helping our clients understand their rights, navigate legal requirements, and access available community resources

Recent News

"'This is a problem that is going on across the city unfortunately,' said Claudia Sanford, with the UCHC. 'When we came here, the building was in horrible disrepair. The doors were not secured or locked. Having a fire when the building isn't secure is not surprising.'"

Click on Detroit / October 23, 2019

2-alarm fire damages apartment building on Detroit's east side, arson suspected

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We believe that having a place to live is a basic human right, and are passionate about preserving this right in our communities.

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