Cleveland Helps the Elderly and Disabled Find Housing Comforts

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Cleveland Helps the Elderly and Disabled Find Housing Comforts

The City of Cleveland's Department of Aging is offering a short-term program directed to elderly individuals who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless or live in condemned properties. Individuals must be over the age of 60 to be eligible for the Homeless Prevention Program; however, if the individual has a disability, he or she can be eligible at age 50. Cleveland's elderly or individuals with disabilities may also be eligible if their income meets certain guidelines defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Homeless Prevention Programwill initially assess an individuals' current situation to determine his or her level of need. After an individual is determined to be eligible for the program, he or she can receive limited financial assistance, case management to help coordinate needed services and help to achieve a sustainable living arrangement. If you or a loved one has a disability and would like for one of our case specialist to help you, visit our website so that we can start helping you today!


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