Access to education can help break the cycle of poverty, so HACP provided books for its kids.
The Oakwood Senior Apartments expanded the community’s supply of assisted housing for seniors.
A mobile grocery store provided residents with access to fresh and healthy food.
The Health Navigators program provides mental health education, resources, and doctor referrals.
CMHA partnered with stakeholders to give small businesses a chance to compete.
RHA installed energy-saving solar panels and educated youth about energy conservation.
NEOHA built a distinctive affordable apartment complex on a uniquely shaped lot of land.
MWHS created a mixed-income senior community.
HACSB built a new affordable housing community for multigenerational families and seniors.
HACSB built an affordable mixed-use community – and provided job training while they did it.