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CEDAC Announces New Partners in Western Massachusetts to Expand Access to the Home Modification Loan Program

BOSTON (January 13, 2023) – In INSITES this week, CEDAC announced today that the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Home Modification Loan Program (HMLP) has reconfigured its “Western Massachusetts” area into four sub-regions in an effort to better reach and serve homeowners in these communities. HMLP is a state-funded loan program that provides no-interest loans to those in need of accessibility improvements to their homes. The Western Massachusetts regional HMLP Provider Agencies are:


Featured image: An array of HMLP borrowers and their featured home modification projects.



CEDAC is a public-private community development financial institution that provides project financing and technical expertise for community-based and other non-profit organizations engaged in effective community development in Massachusetts. CEDAC’s work supports two key building blocks of community development: affordable housing and early care and education. CEDAC is also active in state and national housing preservation policy research and development and is widely recognized as a leader in the non-profit community development industry. For additional information on CEDAC and its current projects, please visit

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