congregate housing


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congregate housing

Also called supported housing,with private living quarters and shared dining and social areas. Housing for the elderly and disabled is generally congregate housing, as are dorm rooms for students.

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In a study of elderly relocated to congregate housing (Carp 1985), the trait of congeniality was related to positive adaptation.
09, favors the service-enriched congregate housing setting for individuals in the very low IR category, who have lower expenditures for institutional care.
Description The Human Resources Administration (Hra) Is Seeking Appropriately Qualified Vendors To Operate And Maintain The Remaining Units Of Permanent Supportive Congregate Housing For Chronically Homeless Single Adults Who Are Living With Hiv/aids And Who Suffer From A Co-occurring Serious And Persistent Mental Illness, A Substance Abuse Disorder, Or A Mentally Ill Chemical Abuse (Micas ) Disorder.
Although their participation is limited - generally congregate housing and, to a lesser extent, assisted living - these institutions continue to be intrigued with senior housing.
The most striking thing about this book is the lack of comparisons with other countries, especially the UK where congregate housing has moved on both in terms of provisions and research.
His real estate financing and project management experience ranges from residential development projects through large congregate housing projects valued at over US$20 million.
Perry, 58, a resident of the congregate housing in Millbury, said he was pleased with the new Auburn site.
Others, such as "adult hotels" or "adult congregate housing," do not require any special licenses to operate.
The building has been used in the past for congregate housing, most recently as a group home for people with mental disabilities and, before that, a dorm for Becker College.
7 million series A bonds will be used to fund mortgage loans for projects under AHFC's multifamily, special needs and congregate housing loan program.
The plan is to eliminate homeless shelters in the city within three years, replacing them with Housing First programs that provide apartments, single-room occupancies, or congregate housing locations.