Preserving, Improving, and Increasing
the affordable housing in Central Minnesota.
What We Do
Central Minnesota Housing Partnership, Inc. (CMHP) is a regional non-profit 501(c)(3) organization originally created and incorporated in May 1993. Soon after incorporation, the organization received its non-profit designation. In February 1994, CMHP was designated as a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) by the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency. Pauline Carlson, CMHP’s inaugural Executive Director, was instrumental in creating CMHP, as well as growing the organization to what it is today.
CMHP was created with the goal of preserving, improving, and increasing the affordable housing stock in Central Minnesota. These goals have been achieved over the years through a variety of innovative programs and services that have developed and provided affordable housing to low and moderate-income households. We continue to strive to achieve the same goals today that was set from the start.
Thirty Years of Providing Affordable Housing Opportunities to Central Minnesota Communities & Families.
Central Minnesota Housing Partnership manages and develops multi-family properties throughout 16 counties in MN. We offer full-service property management and maintenance services. We specialize in multifamily dwellings and take pride in our customer service.
Continuum of Care
Central Minnesota Continuum of Care (CoC) is a network of organizations, community residents and businesses that plan programs with the primary goal of alleviating homelessness in 13 counties in Central Minnesota.
Homeless Response System
Here you’ll find all the assessment and referral tools used by Coordinated Entry providers in Cass, Crow Wing, Todd, Morrison, Mille Lacs, Kanabec, Pine, Isanti, Chisago, Stearns, Benton, Sherburne, and Wright counties, as well as some “getting, started” information for those new to Coordinated Assessment.
Central Minnesota Housing Partnership, Inc. is an expert in creating affordable multifamily housing in communities across central Minnesota through smart planning and collaboration with cities and other partners.
Small Cities Development program
Central Minnesota Housing Partnership helps to maintain affordable housing through a rehabilitation program that provides assistance to homeowners, rental property owners, and commercial property owners.