Horizon Housing Foundation provides safe, affordable housing for families and seniors and supports them through programs that promote economic self-sufficiency and improve their quality of life.
Horizon Housing Foundation has been providing social services to Low-Income Housing Tax Credit properties since its creation in 2000. In 2019, Horizon arranged services to over 90 properties. These services promote economic self-sufficiency, education, and health. Horizon recognizes that the residents and needs at each property are different, and so tailors services to the individual needs of each property. This ensures that we make the most meaningful impact for the residents we serve. Horizon has experience providing enrichment services to families, seniors, and veterans in both rural and urban areas of Missouri and Georgia, and we are currently expanding our reach to serve Colorado, Oklahoma, Hawaii, Nebraska, Wisconsin, South Carolina, and California.
Horizon holds a unique perspective and expertise within the affordable housing sector, able to navigate both the technical realm of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and the complex and ever-changing world of social services. We are passionate about achieving positive outcomes for low-income families and individuals, and we have a 15-year track record of providing excellent social services and programs for residents of affordable housing. In addition we understand that healthy, stable residents lead to a financially healthy and stable property, and that a high-functioning property is good for its residents.
Micki Biedscheid, Director of Scholarships and Office: Holding a Master’s Degree in Management, Micki brings a wealth of experience from both the private and nonprofit sectors, having most recently run youth development programming in St. Louis city and county.
Noel McKay, Director of Social Service: Noel has a Master of Social Work degree with a focus in social and economic development, and brings experience in social services and the St. Louis nonprofit sector.
2020 Board of Directors
|Beth Bartollota||St. Francis of Assisi School|
|Ailce Duarte-Fletcher||Delmar Gardens|
|Loura Gilbert||Commerce Bank|
|Linda Harris||Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis|
|Amy McDermott||St. Louis Equity Fund Inc.|
|Kevin McKinney||St. Louis Association of Community Organizations|
|Jerry Meyer||Rubicon Inc.|
|Juliet Simone||Oasis Institute|
|Ann Sutter *||Community Leader|
* Board President