The state coalition project seeks to improve and expand the capacity of state housing and homeless coalitions to educate, to be more actively engaged in educating, and to be more skillful in holding federal, state and local policymakers accountable for solving the housing problems of low-income people.

NLIHC's state coalition partners are housing and homelessness advocacy organizations that serve whole states or regions and are the organizations with which we work most closely in their respective states. We provide these state partners with support above and beyond that provided to regular members, like special meetings with HUD and Administration officials, support for federal advocacy work, and forums for networking and knowledge-sharing between partners.

To learn more about the state partner program, contact outreach@nlihc.org.