Heading Home Anoka Housing Collaborative (HHAHC) is the community’s local planning group working to end homelessness which is a network of County staff, non-profit organizations, community residents, and businesses that plan programs with the primary goal of alleviating homelessness in all areas of Anoka County.
Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 12:30-2:30pm at St. Timothy's Catholic Church Parish Center in Blaine. Subscribe to the Heading Home Anoka Housing Collaborative in the Agenda Center for meeting information.
To develop a long-term strategic plan and manage a year-round planning effort that addresses the identified needs of homeless individuals and households; the availability and accessibility of existing housing and services; and the opportunities for linkages with mainstream housing and services resources.
To prepare an application for McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (McKinney-Vento) competitive grants.
These resources provide housing and supportive services for people who are homeless. The funds are made available through a national competition announced each year in HUD’s Notice of Funding Availability (known as the NOFA). Project Applicants demonstrate broad community participation and identify resources and gaps in the community’s approach to providing outreach, emergency shelter, and transitional and permanent housing, as well as related services for addressing homelessness. Projects also include action steps to end homelessness, prevent a return to homelessness, and establish local funding priorities.