Nao Bee Yang, who was our former Executive Director, is no longer at HAP effective December 31, 2017. If you are in need of any assistance; please contact this number: 920-931-2684.
This project is a collaboration between the Hmong American Partnership Fox Valley, Inc , WUCMAA and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to collect data on the use of alcohol and other substances by the Hmong community here in the Fox Valley area. This is the first step in determining what assistance the Hmong community needs with regard to alcohol and substance use. We have data from the DOT on Hmong operating under the influence in the state of Wisconsin as well as data on alcohol and substance use related domestic incidents. This data suggests that we have nearly double the alcohol related incidents as that of the average person in the community as a whole. This suggests that, if we have professional services available to the Hmong community here in the Fox Valley area, we may be able to mitigate some of the alcohol and substance use related incidents. Hence, the first step in this project is to collect data on the use of alcohol and other controlled substances within the Hmong community here in the Fox Cities. Please help us in this important project by filling out this survey. It is completely anonymous.
The Appleton Housing Authority’s Homebuyer Program provides down payment and closing cost assistance to qualifying households (those that earn 80% or less of the county median income) in Outagamie and Calumet Counties.
Two homes available for sale, 1 in Appleton (3 bedroom, 2 bath) and 1 in Hilbert (4 bedroom, 1 ½ bath) reserved for families who are 80% or below of the county median income based on their household size. Homebuyers will also be eligible for down payment assistance. These homes have all been recently rehabbed prior to their sale. See attached data sheets on two of the homes.
Down payment & repair assistance for homes throughout Outagamie and Calumet Counties that the homeowner finds themselves on the market. Besides income-qualifying, we also require homebuyer education. There is a class coming up in November (flyer attached)
This is a great opportunity for first-time homebuyers !