Find an independent living community that offers a carefree lifestyle for active seniors
Income Restricted Apartments
Find a senior apartment that will fit your budget and give you the lifestyle you want
Find safe, comfortable communities that offer assistance with everyday senior activities
With personal assistance and home-making services you can live at home safer and with more time to enjoy
Home Health Care
Keep control of your health by having a community nurse bring services to your home
Benefits Enrollment Centers (BECs)
A free program to help low-income Medicare beneficiaries enroll in all of the benefits they may be missing
Every senior should have a place they call home. Unfortunately, some seniors need more immediate assistance than senior housing providers like National Church Residences can provide. Fortunately, there are still resources available for seniors in need in emergency housing.
If you or a loved one need housing, shelter, and other key resources in the next three months, senior communities with waitlists won’t be available in time for what you need. The following resources can help you find emergency shelter, local housing resources, and other necessary information you may need.
If you’re looking for emergency housing in the next few months, use the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Find Shelter tool to gather information about housing and other emergency needs across the country.
If you or a loved one are currently experiencing or at risk of homelessness, use HUD Exchange to find and contact someone in your local community who can assist with your needs.
If you are trying to avoid the need for emergency housing or need immediate help with temporary housing, healthcare, food, or help paying rent, utilities, or bills, visit the National Coalition for the Homeless’ site for a variety of critical resources.