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Senior Housing Intiatives

Glenmore Manor Apartments HDFC A Mix of Permanent Supportive and Affordable Rental Housing for Special Needs Homeless and Low-Income Seniors, 62 years of age or older

Glenmore Manor Apartments seeks to provide up to 59 units of supportive housing for very low-income seniors, 62 years of age or older, who wish to live independently. Participants must meet the criteria set forth by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and/or have a source of income such as SSI, SSD, VA benefits which will allow them to pay their rents. 40% of the units will be set aside for homeless seniors with special needs. 60% of the units will be set aside for independent but very low-income seniors. The program will provide senior citizens with “light touch” supportive services such as: volunteer & intergenerational activities, peer support groups and services, assistance with Independent Living Skills, educational classes on issues such as nutrition, HIV/AIDS, diabetes, heart disease, and overall health, linkages with senior transportation services, and cultural activities, just to name a few.  Click here to learn more about Glenmore Manor Apartments.

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