Children don't start out dreaming of being homeless, but over 800 children in Guilford County are homeless today.

Homelessness is preventable.

We can help. You can, too. Get involved with your coalition!

Need help in Greensboro? Call the Housing Hotline at 336-691-9521

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Read the Winter2011 edition of the GHC Advocate!    

Which organization or individual is making an extraordinary contribution to our community?  Click on AwardCriteria for nominations to celebrate these accomplishments at Housing Summit 2011 on February 16. Nominations due by January 31.    


Carol Naughton Purpose Built Communities


Registration is now open for Housing Summit 2011 "Energy efficient healthy homes in safe neighborhoods: Learning Walking Working Thriving" 8:30-2:30 on February 16.    HousingSummit2011Brochure gives details about this exciting opportunity to transform Greensboro.  To register online, click on Events.



The 7th Annual Healthy Homes Bus Tour video documentary is now online! Read the HealthyHomesHandout.  Click HERE for the video.   

Click on Fall2010 for the fall newsletter.   


ALERT! ALERT! ALERT! Planning to repair or paint a home built before 1978? Because many older homes have lead paint under the newer layers of paint, North Carolina has a new Renovation, Remodeling, and Painting Rule (RRP) that went into effect January 1, 2010.  The basic requirements are 1) Warn occupants by giving the booklet “Renovate Right”  (which you can download renovaterightbrochure) and posting signs to keep people out of the work area. 2) Contain the work area to keep dust from spreading in the home and surrounding neighborhood. 3) Don’t use machine sanders, heat guns, or torches.  4) Safely store and transport waste from the work area. 5) Clean the work area until no dust or residue remains. Workers must be certified to do this work in pre-1978 homes and child-occupied facilities. To get certification training, visit for a list of approved training providers.    


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Everyone deserves a safe place to live.

Our Mission is to advocate for decent, affordable housing for low and moderate income people and those with special needs.     

The Greensboro Housing Coalition is a referral, informational, and educational organization, assisting clients with a variety of housing problems, including:     

  • Finding emergency shelter, rental housing, or housing with support services.
  • Avoiding eviction or foreclosure.
  • Connecting those who have lost housing due to eviction or foreclosure to agencies who offer services and support.
  • Finding legal help in cases of housing discrimination.
  • Working with tenants to request and receive repairs from landlords.
  • Finding sources for housing expenses in a crisis.  



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