Changes Made to Home Modification Loan Program to Better Serve Disabled and Elderly
CEDAC and the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) have announced changes to the Home Modification Loan Program (HMLP) to ensure increased benefits to the populations it serves.
Support for Homeownership and Financial Education
$25,000 Grant from Santander Bank to Support Homeownership and Financial Education Classes
Live 155 Leasing up Market Rate Apartments
23 new studio and one-bedroom apartments in downtown Northampton will be ready for occupancy in May 2018. Interested applicants should get their applications to Way Finders soon.
Teamwork transformed housing opportunities for Western Mass
Since 1972, Way Finders has witnessed firsthand the transformative change that can be achieved when nonprofits, businesses, and government agencies join together to provide support to individuals and families in our communities.
Way Finders to present at 15th annual Commonwealth Workforce Coalition Conference
The Commonwealth Workforce Coalition (CWC) provides learning and development opportunities for the professional workforce development staff supporting individuals and families in pursuit of careers that provide good jobs.
Secretary Jay Ashe Announces Way Finders First-Time Homeowner, Foreclosure Ed Grants
Grant to provide first-time homeownership counseling and foreclosure education and prevention services
Homeownership and Financial Education Department Receives Exceptional Team Award
On Wednesday, May 16, the Homeownership and Financial Education team received the Exception Team award at this year's Human Service Forum Award Banquet.
Nancy Rivera Receives Judy Kelliher Award
On Tuesday, May 15, Nancy Rivera was surprised to learn she was selected to receive this year's Judy Kelliher award at the Regional Housings Network of Massachusetts Annual Conference.
The Secure Jobs Initiative
Way Finders has been participating in the Secure Jobs Initiative (SJI) over the last four years.
Karon & Karolyn
A spunky woman well into her 70s, Karon Tyler has an energy level that surpasses many, despite health challenges and a recent motor vehicle accident. Karon is one of the Healthy Hill Initiative’s Resident Health Advocates and takes great joy in connecting Old Hill residents to numerous health-related activities, community events and advocacy work happening in the neighborhood.