Housing solutions for people and families with disabilities

 
 
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Our mission

Movin’ Out, Inc. partners with people with disabilities, their families, and their allies, to create and sustain community-integrated, safe, affordable homes.

Access to safe, quality, affordable housing, and the support needed to stay there for many years, are among the most important economic and social conditions that affect health outcomes.

Since 1995, Movin’ Out has worked to improve housing access and support, helping to build healthier, more resilient communities.

We work with people across the state of Wisconsin who meet income, disability, or veteran eligibility criteria to find homes that meet their preferences and needs—safe, affordable homes that are part of ordinary neighborhoods.

With assistance and resources from Movin’ Out, people with disabilities, veterans, and others can purchase or rent affordable, accessible homes of all types that form the foundation for success in other areas of life.

 
 

What we do

When housing works well, other aspects of life are better too. Movin’ Out works with individuals and families to achieve long-term housing success. We bring people and housing solutions together in ways that help create inclusive communities. And we approach all of our work with attention to the ecological, social, and economic impacts of what we do.

We offer information, advice, referrals, and resources for home ownership, home repair for safety and accessibility, or rental housing for households with low to moderate incomes. We primarily serve income-qualified households that include a person who has a permanent disability of any kind, whether intellectual, physical, or mental health. Movin’ Out also develops new multi-family housing with most units affordable for low to moderate income households.

Click the links below to learn more about ways we help provide community-integrated, independent living opportunities:

 
 

Please note that Movin’ Out does not provide emergency or transitional housing, nor do we manage home care services.

 
 

How can we
help you?

 
 
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