Healthy Transitions Development Group, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded to revitalize communites, remove blighted properties, and help the underserved achieve the American Dream of home ownership.

"Core American values of Individuality,responsibility, and self-reliance are embodied in home ownership."

Healthy Transitions Development Group, Inc.  is committed to revitalizing communities and assisting individuals and families purchase safe and energy-efficient housing of their own.  Our program helps clients overcome a variety of barriers to homeownership, including bad credit, lack of down payment, exisiting debt, and money management issues.  

Specific Services Include:
Building & Contractor Services
     * Property Rehabilitation
     * Blight Removal
     * Demolition Services
     * Site Improvement
     * Property Development
Services for Future Home Owners
     * Credit Counseling
      *Credit Evaluation
     * Budget Development
     * Loan Process Management
     * Student Loan Consolidation Assistance
     * New Home Buyer Training
If you pay rent, you can afford to buy a home
Healthy Transitions helps you through the process of buying a newly constructed or remodeled, energy-efficient and Energy Star Plus rated home.  100% financing, closing cost assistance, and grants up to $30,000 are available for those who qualify.  Some individuals and families may also qualify for mortgage payment assistance.
​​Special Programs For:
      * School Teachers
      * Police Officers
      * Disabled/Families with a disabled member
      * Low & Moderate income 

Collaborative Partners:
Healthy Transitions Development Group, Inc. works with regional businesses and local, state and federal agencies to help people and families achieve homeownership. 
     * USDA -Rural Development
     * Mississippi Home Corporation
     * United Way Of The Mid-South
     * Mississippi Home Of Your Own Institute for Disability Studies
     * Tennessee Housing Development Authority
     * Coahoma Opportunities
     * Oxford Housing Authority
     * University Of Southern Mississippi
     * City Of Memphis
     * City Of Aberdeen
     * City Of Batesville
     * City Of Vicksburg
     * Abram Construction