Chapter 6: Housing
Section 2: Housing Information Sources
Assisted Living Directory lists numerous facilities and, at times, other senior care options, organized by state, and then by city.
Assisted living has emerged as a popular senior living option for those elderly people seeking a place to reside that offers medical monitoring and minor medical care while still offering personal privacy and freedom. Assisted living is licensed and regulated at the state level, which makes for a wide range of differences among assisted living communities.
An assisted living facility is a senior living option for those with minimal needs for assistance with daily living and care. It's purpose is to help adults live independently in a safe environment.
OHFA provides rental assistance, homebuyer assistance and other programs for low to moderate income families statewide, as well as tax credits and financial help for developers of affordable and low income housing.
They are a free resource for finding local senior homes. They have comprehensive information on all nursing homes, assisted living, memory care and retirement communities, as well as articles on important senior housing topics to help you through your search.
Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity webpage is designed to answer frequently asked questions on the housing rights of people with disabilities and the responsibilities of housing providers and building and design professionals under federal law. Direct link: http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/program_offices/fair_housing_eq....
HUD Homes - 800-225-5342
How to Find and Purchase a HUD Home.
Fair Housing Information Clearinghouse - 800-767-7468 Voice
Disseminates information and materials about Federal fair housing laws and HUD fair housing programs and initiatives. Serves private fair housing organizations, the housing and lending industry, State and local fair housing organizations, HUD staff, and individual housing consumers. Provides technical assistance on accessibility questions. In English and Spanish. Housing Discrimination Hotline.
Multifamily Housing Clearinghouse - 800-685-8470 Voice
Assists local residents, resident councils, nonprofit groups, housing authorities and HUD offices on issues such as resident rights and programs for the elderly and disabled. Provides application packets for these programs.
Manufactured Housing System - 800-927-2891 Voice
Manufactured housing information. Single Family Housing Headquarters staff answer calls.
Title I Note Servicing - Asset Recovery - 800-669-5152 Voice
The Asset Recovery Division of the Albany Financial Operations Center provides callers with information about Title I Property Improvement or Manufactured Home Loans transferred to HUD for collection; includes inquiry for payoff balance, lien release, or regarding income tax refund or other administrative offset.
Housing Counseling Clearing House - 800-569-4287 Voice
Information for counseling participants.
Housing Discrimination Hotline - 800-669-9777 Voice, 800-927-9275 TDD Provides information for callers about Fair Housing Rights. Records consumer complaints of unfair treatment or discrimination. In English and Spanish.
Note: Where TTY numbers are not shown, deaf and hard of hearing individuals can call via the Federal Relay Service at 800-877-8339 (8 AM - 8 PM EST.).