Lakeshore CAP Joins Door County Affordable Workforce Housing Initiative
Across this country affordable housing is an issue for many. Lakeshore CAP is honored to be part of a group working towards solutions in Door County. Colleen Homb*, Executive Director at Lakeshore CAP, join others on a design team that will work together during a three-phase, six-month process to develop innovative solutions for affordable housing.
From the Door Co Pulse:
“Door County has been selected as one of three pilot communities in the state to take part in the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority’s (WHEDA) new Rural Affordable Workforce Housing Initiative. The initiative attempts to address the state’s shortage of rural affordable workforce housing through the pilot communities, coupled with new financing tools for home buyers and developers in rural areas.”
“WHEDA’s $10 million rural affordable workforce housing initiative, including the community pilot program and supplemental financing tools, are funded by WHEDA operations, and no state tax dollars are involved.”
Read the full article at: https://doorcountypulse.com/door-county-chosen-as-pilot-community-for-affordable-workforce-housing-initiative/
*Colleen Homb has worked at Lakeshore CAP since 2005 — as the youth mentoring program coordinator, community services team leader, family development director, interim director and has been it’s executive director since Feb 2019.
See Lakeshore CAP’s Supportive Housing/Rent Assistance Programs in Door, Manitowoc, Sheboygan and Kewaunee counties at: https://lakeshorecap.org/supportive-housing/. Apply by downloading or printing applications in English, Spanish and Hmong.