We believe that housing is a basic human right.

At Avalon, we help our community’s most vulnerable citizens find housing without preconditions. Then we provide them essential supports to help them stay in their homes. Permanently affordable housing. A community to belong to. Individual services grounded in compassion, dignity and a radical acceptance of all. With these supports, we can end homelessness in Washtenaw County.

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Voices of Avalon - 25 years of supportive housing

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Avalon Housing and 533 North Main In the News

Avalon Housing and Faith in Action are working together to provide supportive housing in Chelsea.

On Thursday, June 14 Avalon and Faith in Action hosted an Open House to celebrate the reopening of the newly renovated 533 North Main (former Sharon Ann Apartments).  Thank you to everyone who joined us!  You can read the Ann Arbor News story here.

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June 4th, 2018

New Parkridge: Interview with Avalon’s TaLasha Moore

Parkridge Homes, Ypsilanti’s first public housing project, was built in 1943 to house African Americans who worked at the Willow Run Bomber Plant.  Parkridge was designed by Hilyard Robinson, a prominent African American architect-engineer, who was involved in public housing projects throughout the country.  In 2018, the New…

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