Housing is more than just a roof over our heads. It’s a place where we build our lives, raise our families, and create memories. But for many families in Waukesha, finding affordable, stable housing is a challenge.
453 Waukesha County residents used Safe & Stable Homes programs last year to improve their housing stability.
Additional programs have been added this year to serve even more families. Programs at Habitat for Humanity Waukesha, Hebron Housing Services, My Way Out, Meta House, MATC, and Community Action Coalition were added to our established Safe & Stable Homes programs serving Waukesha residents: Lutheran Social Services, Family Promise of Waukesha, Salvation Army Waukesha, and WI Veterans Network.
United Way was proud to partner with the Waukesha County Business Alliance, AARP Wisconsin, Waukesha County Center for Growth, Waukesha Community Foundation, Bader Philanthropies, and Waukesha County Technical College to commission this study from the Wisconsin Policy Forum on Housing Affordability in Waukesha County.