When HACA's doors opened in 1937, the agency was a pioneer in public housing – the first in the nation. In our 80th year, our core values remain constant as we serve the neediest in our community while continuing to develop innovative housing solutions to help meet Austin's poverty challenges.
Chalmers Courts Resident Council President Mary Apostolou was recently sworn in as the newest resident commissioner for HACA's Board of Commissioners. Mary succeeds former Resident Commissioner Isaac Robinson of Lakeside Apartments, who has served on the HACA board since 2013. Mary grew up on Rainey Street in Austin, and worked
Well before it was time for New Year’s resolutions, Booker T. Washington Terraces (BTW) resident Rachell Hammond decided to make a change in employment so she could better provide for her children. However, she needed help paying for childcare. About six months ago, Rachell’s property manager referred her to Jobs
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