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Housing for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities
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Public Housing for Seniors and persons with disabilities: Venetia Oaks, Homestead Terrace, Golden Hinde, Kruger Pines and Casa Nova: located in Mill Valley, San Rafael and Novato.
These five rental-housing complexes for low-income seniors and persons with disabilities are funded by the federal government and financed under the public housing program. Residents pay 30% of their income for rent. Click here for eligibility and information on how to apply.

Bradley House: Tiburon
A converted school houses this complex of 15 apartments for seniors and persons with disabilities. Residents pay 30% of their income for rent. Click here for eligibility and information on how to apply.
Shelter Plus Care: scattered throughout Marin County
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Provides rental assistance and supportive services to homeless individuals and families where the head of household has a serious mental illness (and may also have other disabilities). Shelter Plus Care participants lease privately owned apartments and pay 30% of their income towards rent. Marin Housing pays the remainder of the rent up to the maximum allowed by federal guidelines. Participants also receive intensive support from MHA caseworkers and from a coalition of community-based service providers to assist them in remaining successfully housed. This program is made possible through close collaboration with Marin County Community Mental Health Services. To apply, call the program coordinator at (415) 491-2586.
Housing Opportunities for People With AIDS (HOPWA)
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HOPWA, provides rental assistance to individuals and families where a family member is HIV+ or has AIDS. HOPWA program participants lease privately owned apartments and receive a rental subsidy based on their income level and family composition. Marin Housing has designed this program to be flexible and highly client-friendly, with particular attention given to preserving the confidentiality of the participants. For more information please call the program coordinator at (415) 491-2350.

Updated: 02/06/2014
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