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What is Life Like for Residents of Providence Housing?

 

Providence provide homes and our Residents create community. Providence Residents can be found celebrating a 100th birthday, joining a Girl Scout Troop, attending an exercise class or planting a garden.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can I apply for affordable housing?  

Each Providence property has it’s own rental application.  A fully completed application should be returned directly to the property you are interested in moving to.

Q: What different types of housing are available?  

Providence Housing provides a variety of affordable housing options for families, seniors (age 55+ and age 65+) and special needs housing (for persons with physical and mental impairments, homeless, or both).

Q: How do I know if I am eligible for affordable housing?

Each Providence property has it’s own unique qualification criteria.
Please contact the property you are interested in for specific information.

Q: Are there any other requirements besides income level? 

Some Providence properties have age or special needs criteria.
Please contact the property you are interested in for specific information.

Q: How can I find out which locations are available? 

You can contact the Providence property you are interested in moving into to obtain availability information.

Q: How long will I have to wait to be accepted? 

Due to the overwhelming need for affordable housing, most Providence properties have a wait list for an apartment. Please contact the property you are interested in for specific information.

Q: What if my income changes after I obtain a low-income apartment? 

Each Providence property have specific regulations regarding tenant income changes.
Please contact the property you are interested in for specific information.

Q: How much will I have to pay in rent each month? 

Rental rates vary at each Providence property.
Please contact the property you are interested in for specific information.

Q: Are utilities included? 

Please contact the property you are interested in for specific information.

Q: Do you accept pets? 

Each Providence property has a pet policy.
Assistance animals are accepted at all Providence properties.
Please contact the property you are interested in for specific information.

Q: What other services are available in your facilities?

Services and/or activities vary at each Providence property.
Please contact the property you are interested in for specific information.

 

UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
In re Diocese of Rochester Case No. 19-20905


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