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Twin Cities Housing Development CorporationTwin Cities Housing Development Corporation
Twin Cities Housing Development Corporation (TCHDC) provides high quality afforable rental housing to families, respectful of the neighborhoods in which the housing is located. TCHDC Resource Centers are well-maintained, safe, cultural responsive and... Read more
Twin Cities Housing Development Corporation (TCHDC) provides high quality afforable rental housing to families, respectful of the neighborhoods in which the housing is located.
TCHDC Resource Centers are well-maintained, safe, cultural responsive and welcoming environments that supports the academic, economic, and social advancement of residents.
Twin Cities Housing Development Corporation (TCHDC) is a not-for-profit developer (with 501c3 status) and owner of affordable rental housing for families in the eleven-county metro area of the Twin Cities - Minnesota.
Since the early 2000's TCHDC has provided year round out-of-school time programming for children in grades K-12 at it's two Resource Centers, Liberty Plaza in St. Paul and Calibre Ridge in Roseville. The Programs at Liberty Plaza are PLUS-TIme (Playful Learning with University Students) for children in K-4th grade and Youth VOICE for youth in grades 5-12th. The programs at Calibre Ridge are the Camp Fire Youth (k-5th) and Camp Fire Teen (6-12th) Programs. Over the years these programs have served over 2,000 children and youth who are members of families that live in TCHDC affordable housing communities.
The goals of our Resource Center programs and services are to:
1. Strengthen the economic self-sufficiency of resident families by supporting growth in employment and training services for adults
2. Improve academic achievement and self-confidence among children and youth
3. Help residents enhance the life skills necessary to be thriving member of society