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Supportive Housing Services for the Formerly Homeless

Permanent Supportive Housing for the formerly homeless and disabled is an approach that assumes that people are much more likely to become stable, contributing members of society when they have a safe, affordable place to live.

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We Help People Get Their Lives Back on Track

Our Permanent Supportive Housing group and “Housing First” approach works by providing safe, affordable housing coupled with supportive services tailored to meet individual’s needs. We aim to promote and improve mental, emotional, physical and financial stability for our residents. Our approach also links residents to internal programs and external community resources that assist them in achieving their highest level of self-sufficiency.

Community Reengagement and Socialization

We offer social and recreational activities that help to engage and appeal to residents. They can also participate in workforce development programs that help them to finish their education, develop work skills and find a job or volunteer service.

Our Permanent Supportive Housing Communities

Permanent supportive housing communities are made possible through extensive collaborative partnerships with local and city government, area housing authorities, county commissioners, private foundations and corporate sponsors. We also partner with a variety of community organizations to ensure robust services, including computer and financial literacy programs.

The Permanent Supportive Housing buildings are designed with the special needs of our residents in mind. They include:

  • A 24-hour staffed front entrance
  • Interior and exterior security cameras
  • Extensive outdoor lighting
  • On-site computer resource center
  • Handicapped accessible units
  • On-site laundry facilities

Each apartment includes a bed, dresser, full-sized refrigerator, chairs and table, kitchen with oven and stove, bathroom, closet and built-in bookshelves.

Resident Activities Offered

Under our blended management model, property management and supportive services work together to ensure the best possible outcomes for all residents.  Activities include:

  • Collaborative team meetings
  • Assessment and referral
  • Case management
  • Life skills training
  • Education enrichment
  • Health care education
  • Crisis intervention
  • Employment services
  • Recovery support
  • Financial management assistance
  • Work readiness training
  • Joint property management and services apartment inspections
  • Housing retention/eviction prevention planning

Owned Properties

Commons at Grant
389 S. Grant Ave.
Columbus, OH 43215
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Commons at Buckingham
328 Buckingham St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
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Commons at Chantry
5500 Millersfield Dr.
Columbus, Ohio 43232
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Commons at Livingston (I & II)
3349 East Livingston Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43227
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Commons at Third
1280 Norton Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43212
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Commons at Garden Lake
1065 Garden Lake Pkwy.
Toledo, Ohio 43614
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Commons at Imperial Hotel
355 Peachtree St.
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
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Commons at South Cumminsville (Under development – slated to open in late 2020)
3775 Herron Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45223

Managed Properties

The Commons at Madaline Park (I & II)
1241 Brownstone Ave.
Akron, Ohio 44310
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Stoney Pointe Commons (I & II)
1791 Vernon Odom Blvd
Akron, OH 44320
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Service Contracted Properties

Van Buren Village (Volunteers of America)
650 Van Buren Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43223

Southpoint Place (Community Housing Network)
3940 Southpoint Blvd.
Columbus, OH 43207

Inglewood Court (Community Housing Network)
3720 Sullivant Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43228

N 22nd St. Apartments (Community Housing Network)
97 N. 22nd St.
Columbus, Ohio 43203

Cassady Ave. Apartments (Community Housing Network)
540 Cassady Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43209

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How do I find affordable housing for my parents?

National Church Residences offers affordable senior housing in 26 states and in Puerto Rico. We’re one of the leaders in senior affordable housing. In fact, most of our senior living communities provide housing for low income seniors who meet the criteria set by HUD. Our staff can even help you and your parents obtain this support at the National Church Communities they wish to apply to. Read More

How can I support the National Church Residences Foundation?

Your generous gift helps support members of the community in need, including children, senior, veterans and people with disabilities find the housing and dignity they deserve. If you have other questions regarding supporting our foundation, you can reach the Foundation team at 800-388-2151 or by email at philanthropy@NationalChurchResidences.org. Read More

What are some of the options for getting help for my aging parent?

The type of care that you and your parent chooses depends on several factors, including their health, level of mobility and activity, family caregivers and finances. But no matter what level of care your parent needs, it’s important to include them in the decision-making process and consult their general care doctor. Read More

How do I find affordable housing for my parents?

National Church Residences offers affordable senior housing in 26 states and in Puerto Rico. We’re one of the leaders in senior affordable housing. In fact, most of our senior living communities provide housing for low income seniors who meet the criteria set by HUD. Our staff can even help you and your parents obtain this support at the National Church Communities they wish to apply to.

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How can I support the National Church Residences Foundation?

Your generous gift helps support members of the community in need, including children, senior, veterans and people with disabilities find the housing and dignity they deserve. If you have other questions regarding supporting our foundation, you can reach the Foundation team at 800-388-2151 or by email at philanthropy@NationalChurchResidences.org.

Read More

What are some of the options for getting help for my aging parent?

The type of care that you and your parent chooses depends on several factors, including their health, level of mobility and activity, family caregivers and finances. But no matter what level of care your parent needs, it’s important to include them in the decision-making process and consult their general care doctor.

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