Reporting on Agency Work
Minnesota Housing regularly conducts and publishes evaluations of our programs. We do so to report to the community, assess our work and make improvements for efficiency and effectiveness. We strive for continuous improvement.
Annual Program Assessment
Every year, Minnesota Housing issues an Annual Program Assessment. The report details the housing assistance provided during the previous year and summarizes characteristics of households assisted by each program. Read the 2023 Annual Program Assessment.
Every other year, Minnesota Housing reports on the distribution of its assistance by county. Read the 2021-2022 Biennial Report on Housing Assistance.
Annual Cost Containment Report
Housing Disparities Report
Special Topic Reports
Evaluation of the Rental Assistance Pilot for Homeless or Highly Mobile Families with School-Age Children
The Minnesota Legislature appropriated $2 million through the Housing Trust Fund for an initial rental assistance pilot project for families with school-age children who have changed schools or homes at least once in a school year. The goal of the pilot was to improve school attendance by stabilizing their housing. This evaluation assesses housing stability and school attendance, but not academic performance, which generally takes several years to measure an impact and is beyond the timeline of this evaluation. Read the February 2017 Report.
Homeownership Capacity Evaluation
Supportive Housing Evaluation, Best Practices and Action Plan
Minnesota Housing worked with the Technical Assistance Collaborative and Human Services Research Institute to conduct an extensive evaluation of our supportive housing portfolio and examine best practices for supportive housing at several housing finance agencies around the country.