Moving Out, Inc.

Rating: 4.9 stars   30 reviews

Issues: Homeless & Housing, Human Services

Location: 600 Williamson St Madison WI 53703 USA

Mission: Movin' Out, in partnership with people with disabilities and their allies, creates and sustains community-integrated, safe, affordable housing solutions.
Results: More than 1,000 Wisconsin households have been provided with housing counseling and gap financing to either purchase their first home or rehab their current one.
Target demographics: Children and adults with permanent disabilities including: physical, developmental/cognitive, medical, mental health,
Direct beneficiaries per year: 100
Geographic areas served: Wisconsin - all 72 counties
Programs: Down Payment Assistance; Rehab; Rental Housing; Housing Trust; Housing Information & Referral
2012 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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EIN 39-1833482
608 251 4446
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Rating: 5 stars  

3 people found this review helpful

Movin' Out is a fabulous place to work as well as being a meaningful, successful, one-of-a-kind organization in Wisconsin that works with people with disabilities to come up with housing solutions. With a dedicated housing counselor, a person with a disability (and their family in many cases) develop short and long term housing plans, some of which include receiving down payment assistance funds, rehab or housing accessibility funds, an affordable rental home or just financial planning to improve their housing situation in the future. Everybody wins: communities add new taxpayers, money is saved by the human services system, affordable housing stock increases and quality of life goes up.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

working with Movin' Out since 1997.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Secure additional funds for both housing subsidies and operations.

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