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Types of Housing



Senior Housing
It is our philosophy that housing for the elderly should reflect the needs and wants of the persons who reside in the homes. The facility should be capable from both design and operational perspectives to accommodate the changing needs of residents.  



Family Housing
Family housing in Volunteers of America communities provides much more than just shelter. In addition to larger units with two, three and four bedrooms, we provide special facilities and services that help to address the needs of both children and their parents.
Our family housing communities provide services and activities that reflect the particular characteristics, culture, and needs of the residents who live there. 


Housing for Persons with Disabilities 
It is our philosophy that housing for persons with disabilities should reflect the needs and wants of the persons who reside in the homes. The facility should be capable from both design and operational perspectives to accommodate the changing needs of residents. Our housing is specifically designed for people with physical or mental disabilities. 



Transitional Housing
Transitional housing is part of a holistic approach to treat underlying social problems that have led to homelessness for individuals and families.  The path to self sufficiency, independence and permanent housing begins as caring professionals address obstacles faced by those served in the transitional housing program.