Housing Department

Catholic Charities' housing department provides seniors who meet income guidelines with the opportunity for safe and affordable housing and access to a supportive network of services.  The program currently operates 16 housing facilities in Nassau and Suffolk counties, totaling more than 1,329 units.

 

Services Provided

 In addition to providing safe, affordable apartments, Catholic Charities' housing department works to ensure the physical, social, and spiritual well-being of residents. Dedicated staff arrange social and educational events at the sites, identifying seniors needs, and help them access services for which they are eligible.  Monthly access to Catholic Charities' Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is available at some locations.

Housing facilities are listed below:

 Eligibility and Fees

Seniors 62 years and older who meet income guidelines are eligible with the exception of St. Anne's Gardens, which accepts seniors who are 60 or older. Call the housing department for updated guidelines.

Thea Bowman Residence is an independent living facility for individuals and families with qualifying visual, hearing, or mobility impairments who are of low income.

Rents vary by site. For some sites, rent is calculated as a percentage of the resident's income. Other sites have fixed rent.