Show Me the Money Day is part of a statewide financial empowerment initiative and offers free financial workshops, affordable banking products and connection to helpful resources in your community, like financial education, homebuyer education and much more. This year, in collaboration with the Oakland County CRA Association and Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency (OLHSA), the event will be held at OLHSA’s Pontiac office.
We provide a variety of services to connect people to housing opportunities. Click on each service to learn more.
Renter Readiness is a free monthly workshop series designed to provide valuable information and insight for current and future renters. These workshops give practical and useful guidance around being a successful tenant, protecting your rights, housing affordability and how to recognize and report rental discrimination. Fair housing is your right – use it!
Our Housing Resource Center is a free service and the best first step for anyone in a housing crisis. With hundreds of options, our trained specialists can help develop a housing plan to specifically address a household's needs.
We help homeowners learn more about buying and maintaining a home. Choose between two options: low-cost in-person workshops, or a self-paced online course.
We offer our free workshops for individuals and families seeking to gain the knowledge and expertise to reach their financial goals.
Our homeownership program helps low- and moderate-income households purchase a quality, affordable home.
CHN has made the difficult decision that we can no longer provide the Getting My Own Address (GMOA) resources we have over the last several years.
We actively seek out opportunities to work with local, state and federal entities to create high-quality, rental residential homes built and maintained to be appealing and affordable for hard-working families and individuals.
We manage all areas of property and asset management services, providing the highest level of service for both the property owner and the tenants.
Individuals with disabilities can use this financial tool to protect their assets while maintaining eligibility for public benefits.
We help people with disabilities who are homeless and their family members find affordable rental housing.
PATH provides outreach to people experiencing homelessness, or at the risk of becoming homeless, helping them to locate housing and connect with resources and supports.