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I’m Michael Hilleary, AmeriCorps Self-Sufficiency Member for the 2014-15 Service Year. I joined The Resident Service Office (RSO), in August and I’m here to help you get into the job you want and deserve. I love sports and the outdoors, as well as unicycling and playing music, mostly jazz and experimental, but I also love to paint and I am an Eagle Scout. As a recent KU graduate with a degree in English; I am perfectly suited to help you create that winning resume or cover letter, as well as offer advice on where to look for your next job and how to prepare for the requirements of employment. I am happy to be working alongside Heather Odell and Steven Mutz at RSO and together The Employment Team is always ready to help and are sure to get you to the next phase of your career. Come by and see me Mondays and Wednesdays 9 am to 6 pm and Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 am to 6 pm. I am available at (785) 842-1533 ext. 2214 or



The Resident Services Office is a resource center for all residents of the Lawrence-Douglas County Housing Authority.  For over a decade, Resident Services has been providing a wide range of programs and services.

Our services address Welfare Reform and Moving To Work Initiatives by establishing personalized support services to promote economic self-sufficiency and support healthy aging in place.

Programs and services are primarily funded through grants from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.  Special projects have been funded through grants from the Kansas Health Foundations, Kansas Self-Help Network, Lawrence Arts Commission, Southwestern Bell Foundation, Target Community Foundation, and the Kansas Department of Health and Human Resources.  Resident Services has two main offices located at Edgewood Homes family housing complex and Babcock Place senior housing complex, and a Neighborhood Networks computer center for resident use at Edgewood Homes.

Click the links on the left to see what Resident Services can do for you.