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What We Do

Mission and Vision

The North Carolina Housing Coalition is a private, non-profit membership organization. Our mission is to lead a movement to ensure that every North Carolinian has a home in which to live with dignity and opportunity. We envision that all North Carolina communities include an ample supply of quality affordable homes.

Our purpose is to educate the public about housing issues facing low and moderate-income households and to lead an advocacy effort that empowers residents and advocates to impact the housing needs and issues that affect North Carolinians.

  • Inclusive
    We work with all people and organizations interested in housing, listen to a variety of viewpoints and seek common goals.
  • Respectful
    We recognize that there are competing viewpoints on many issues but work to listen respectfully and build bridges to support our mission.
  • Informed
    Our positions are evidence-based.
  • Relevant
    We work on the forefront of all issues related to our mission.
  • Collaborative
    We seek meaningful partnerships on every initiative we undertake.

Our Work

Resource and Referral – We respond to numerous calls and emails from people across the state who need affordable housing. We provide them with information on how to find housing in their community.

Technical Assistance/Outreach – We provide guidance and instruction to groups across the state to help build local housing coalitions. We also organize Foreclosure Prevention Workshops, Fair Housing Workshops and are developing a Housing Communications Workshop.

Advocacy – We champion affordable housing at the state and federal legislatures. We also encourage and empower local citizens to advocate to their city and county governments.

Clearinghouse for Data, Statistics, Best Practices and Research – We collect, analyze and disseminate the most up-to-date information on affordable housing. We include this in our twice-monthly e-newsletter and archive it on our website.

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