These individuals will now begin working 20 hours a week in administrative positions for HACM for up to two years. They will also further their education by enrolling in Milwaukee Area Technical College's Administrative (MATC) Professional Associate Degree Program. To help with the cost of this prog
HACM’s long-running financial education partnership with WWBIC hit a milestone in December when 89 new graduates put the total at 2,001 since 2004.
More than 40 HACM families received gifts this holiday season, thanks to the generosity of employees of law firm Michael Best & Friedrich.
Public notice of significant amendment to the 2018 Agency Plan
HACM welcomes Joseph P. Galvan as the new HUD Regional Administrator for Region 5.
Thanks to the Riverview Resident Council, Riverview Aparments received new workout equipment and refurbished workout room
HACM honors the memory of Congressman Jerry Kleczka, who passed away October 8, 2017.
HACM will host a job information fair on October 5, 2017 for construction-related jobs during the construction of Westlawn Gardens.
The Milwaukee Bucks and Johnson Controls partnered to build a $150,000 multi-sport complex in the Westlawn Gardens neighborhood.
HACM will accept applications for its family public housing waiting list beginning September 11, 2017 through 4 pm, November 10, 2017.
Registrations will be accepted September 5 - 8, 2017 for project-based rent assistance at Cherry Court and Highland Gardens.
The Hillside TALK youth leadership group hosted a Day of Nonviolence on July 28, 2017
HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson spoke to the National Alliance On Ending Homelessness on July 18, 2017.
HACM held its annual meeting July 19, 2017 at James W. Beckum Park.
2017 WHEDA tax credit awards announced
Reporter TaTiana Cash of Today's TMJ4 introduces viewers to Creative Career Day at Central City Cyberschool.
Matthew Desmond writes in The New York Times Magazine about how an enormous entitlement in the tax code props up homes prices - and overwhelmingly benefits the wealthy and the upper middle class.
Community members embrace newborns and their parents
The Milwaukee Business Journal recognized the Milwaukee TechForce Training Center as Milwaukee's Best Public/Private Partnership of 2016.