Collaborative Partnerships
Collaboration and coordination are the basis for all of the work undertaken by FPR.  By building relationships and providing opportunities to share common concerns and discuss strategies, FPR has been able to identify venues for coordinated research needs, resource deployment, and strategy development. 

Here are a few of our partners who have worked together to help families stay in their homes from a variety of perspectives.

City of Detroit

Community Development Advocates of Detroit

CDAD's mission is to enhance the capacity and effectiveness of Detroit Community Development Corporations (CDCs) through training opportunities, technical assistance, information sharing, advocacy, etc.

Community Economic Development Association of Michigan (CEDAM)

CEDAM is a voluntary association of community development corporations (CDCs), individuals, and other organizations interested in promoting and expanding community-based housing and economic development across the state of Michigan.

CEDAM’s efforts as it relates to the foreclosure crisis include neighborhood stabilization efforts and education. In addition, CEDAM provides training, technical assistance and policy advocacy by tracking legislation at the state, federal, and in certain cases, local levels on behalf of the state's nonprofit affordable housing and community development organizations.
CEDAM also staffs the Michigan Foreclosure Task Force.

Michigan Community Resources

Michigan Community Resources (formerly Community Legal Resources), with the assistance of private attorneys, provides pro bono legal representation to Michigan nonprofit organizations that are working with disadvantaged communities and individuals and are unable to pay for traditional legal services. In addition, they provide community planning resources and community education and outreach resources.

Data Driven Detroit

Data Driven Detroit is a comprehensive regional data collection, analysis and delivery system that will address a broad variety of issues and conditions facing Detroit and the region. 

Detroit Local Investment Support Corporation

The Detroit Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) develops strategic relationships that serve as the catalyst to empower neighborhood developers, using financial and technological resources to build economically viable neighborhoods.

Detroit Vacant Property Campaign

The Detroit Vacant Property Campaign (DVPC) is an initiative of Michigan Community Resources.

DVPC works to provide policy development and analysis, technical assistance, and legal resources to reduce the negative effects of vacant property and enhance the future of Detroit’s neighborhoods.

HOPE NOW is an alliance between HUD certified non-profit counselors, mortgage companies, investors and other mortgage market participants to maximize outreach efforts to at-risk homeowners and help them stay in their homes.

Michigan Foreclosure Task Force

The Michigan Foreclosure Task Force is a statewide clearinghouse and unified voice to keep families in their homes. The Task Force is also focused on addressing the impacts of concentrated foreclosures on neighborhoods across the state.

Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA)
Housing Counseling Programs and Resources

United Way for Southeastern Michigan
The mission of United Way for Southeastern Michigan is to mobilize the caring power of Detroit and Southeastern Michigan to improve communities and individual lives in measurable and lasting ways.

Wayne County Treasurers Office
400 Monroe Street, 5th Floor
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 224-5990


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