Creating communities of support
People need open, shared spaces in communities that care
Sadly many of our residents have faced homelessness to no fault of their own doing. An unfortunate divorce or a prolonged family member illness has created an impossible financial situation. Suddenly being forced to downsize to an apartment or fighting your way to get out of a homeless or battered women’s shelter carries significant weight. Access to a very nice, affordable housing in a decent neighborhood provides people with a second chance, a new outlook and a new network of support. Our communities have plenty of shared spaces—playgrounds, pools, gazebos, libraries, exercise rooms and clubhouses—so people have a chance to connect. Our property managers work hard and are known to organize community pot-lucks, homework help times, garden clubs, financial assistance workshops, computer, and exercise classes. We believe these resident services play a big role in creating solid communities that care.