San Diego Housing Commission Grand Opening Celebrates 73 New Affordable Studio Apartments for Seniors Who Experienced Homelessness


From the San Diego Housing Commission's press release:

Nestor Senior Village, a development in collaboration with the San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) that celebrated its grand opening today, is a source of hope for seniors who experienced homelessness, such as Teretha, one of the first residents at the newly constructed apartments.

Columbus MHA Opens $14 Million Affordable Housing Community for Seniors


From Fox 28 Columbus:

 Providing a safe, affordable place for Columbus senior citizens to call home. The Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority came together Tuesday with state and county leaders to celebrate the opening of McKinley Manor in Franklinton.

The $14 million project is a 44-unit affordable housing community that will serve low- and fixed-income renters over the age of 55.

Housing Authority of Kansas City Healthy Living Community Featured by HUD Choice Neighborhoods Initiative Newsletter


This month, HUD's Choice Neighborhoods Initiative (CNI) newsletter focused their spotlight on the Housing Authority of Kansas City's Sam Rodgers Place and discussed how HAKC and Kansas City successfully developed and implemented a comprehensive Choice Neighborhoods housing plan that responded to resident needs and culminated in a healthy living community that combined health and wellness with mixed-income housing.


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SAGE’s National LGBTQ+ Elder Housing Initiative Offers Partnership, Resources for Housing Providers


SAGE is one of the country’s largest and oldest organizations dedicated to improving the lives of LGBTQ+ elders. SAGE works to achieve a high quality of life for LGBTQ+ elders, supports and advocates for their rights, fosters a greater understanding of aging in all communities, and promotes positive images of LGBTQ+ life in later years. One of the most significant concerns for LGBTQ+ elders that SAGE works to address is access to safe, affordable housing. Housing concerns impact many older adults, but for LGBTQ+ elders there are added challenges that have built up over a lifetime.

Fort Worth Housing Solutions' Cowan Place welcomes home Stop Six seniors, brings hope for future of neighborhood


From the Fort Worth Report:

Eula Halliburton has been waiting three years for Cowan Place to open, allowing her to return home to her Stop Six neighborhood.

Every day, she would come by the lot that would one day be the location of affordable senior housing. She wondered when she would be able to move in. On Friday, Nov. 10, she was finally able to do just that.

8 senior citizens get new apartments in Jersey City's effort to provide more benefits (Jersey City HA)


From CBS New York:

Some senior citizens in New Jersey who were once homeless will be sleeping in new homes tonight.

It's part of an effort to get more benefits to people.

There is no place like home. That's especially true for someone who knows what it's like to be without one.

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