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Movin' Out Awards at the Madison Club

Watertown's Globe Apartments increases supportive living options in SE Wisconsin

Milwaukee Movin’ Out Home Buyer Program

Home Buying with the Help of a Trust

If I Had My Own Home...

Timothy J. Radelet:
Movin' Out’s New Executive Director

Mallards Picnic and Game: Great Success

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A Guide to Housing Resources

2013 Movin' Out Annual Report

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Links to information on disability rights, fair housing, and universal design.

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In partnership with people with disabilities and their allies, we create and sustain community-integrated, safe, affordable housing solutions.

Movin' Out offers housing counseling to help household members with the development of a plan to reach their housing goals.

Housing counselors assist people with disabilities and their families throughout Wisconsin to match up what’s affordable and attainable given their specific situation and their desires.

Movin’ Out provides programs for people with disabilities that make housing choices more viable. These include

  1. Gap financing for down payment assistance toward home ownership
  2. Rehab funds for owner occupied housing
  3. Development and management of affordable rental housing.



The Board of Directors and the staff of Movin’ Out, Inc. are honored to have the opportunity to contribute to the creation of stronger communities by supporting individuals with disabilities and their families to live in safe, affordable housing.

If I had my own home…

86 Milwaukeeans with disabilities shared their insights with Movin' Out regarding how their housing could improve and the impact stable housing has on their lives.

The focus group findings are summarized in the report, If I had My Own Home: A Housing Preference Study, prepared by Howard Mandeville

Movin' Out helps develop Royster Corners housing project.

The $11.7 million housing project — part of the broader 27-acre redevelopment of the former Royster Clark fertilizer factory — is being co-developed by Stone House Development and Movin’ Out Madison, a non-profit housing provider.