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Supportive Housing

Supportive Housing

Affordable housing continues to be the greatest unmet need of the women leaving A Safe Place’s six-week shelter program. In addition, women and children are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population in America. A Safe Place’s Supportive Housing program helps survivors of domestic violence with safe, affordable housing that also offers on-site counseling and life skills programs.

Since opening in July 2011, A Safe Place’s Supportive Housing apartments have been home to 20 women and their children who have fled domestic abuse. Each family receives subsidized rental assistance so that the amount they pay for their apartment is never more than 30% of their income. A Safe Place also provides on-site supportive services and referrals to other community service providers so that families can heal from the violence they have experienced in the past and prepare for an independent future while having stable housing. The 20-unit apartment building can accommodate diverse families in our one-, two-, and three-bedroom units.

Supportive Housing is designed to:

  • Accommodate women with or without children with only one family per unit;
  • Offer each woman or family control over their living conditions;
  • Offer safety and security in a well-maintained building; and
  • Accommodate on-site counseling.

Waiting List

One, two and three bedroom apartments are currently available in our supportive housing facility.

For more information on A Safe Place’s Supportive Housing Program, please contact A Safe Place at info@asafeplaceforhelp.org

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