2022 South Central Directory
S UBSIDI ED h OUSING
ederally subsidized senior rental apartment communities offer a quality lifestyle at afford- able rents to qualified lower income senior citizens and mobility impaired persons. Financial assistance is available through a number of federal programs. In most communities, residents pay approximately 30 of their adjusted income for rent and utilities (Adjustments are made for continuing medical bills). Included in this section are separate listings for private and publically-managed housing in south central Wisconsin. There are certain criteria which must be met to be eligible for subsidized housing, includ- ing income and age factors. The maximum allowable income is determined by federally-man- dated eligibility income limits. GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIZED HOUSING
Income limits are developed by hUD. Income limits vary from area to area and are updat- ed annually. You may be eligible in one geographic area but not in another. Contact facilities direct- ly to determine availability and current income limits or visit www.hud.gov to see specific county income limits.
These are determined and revised annually by the Department of housing and Urban Development (hUD). Most apartment communities are designated as having low income (LI) or very low income (VLI) limits. Most of the listed apart- ment communities require applicants to be at least 62 years old or a person with a mobility impairment, includ- ing sight and hearing impair- ments. Persons with these impairments do not have to reach the age of 62. There are some “senior citizen” apart- ment communities that allow a limited “near elderly” popu- lation of 50 years of age or older. Some listings presented in the publication allow a wide range of age groups, but are included in this section because of the large number of senior citizens or mobility impaired person living in the apartment community. Please check the specific community to determine entrance require- ments. Fortunately, many subsi- dized apartment communities do not have long waiting lists. Planning ahead is advisable and placing your name on sev- eral waiting lists is legal and certainly advisable. As an applicant you have the right to refuse any offer, so you should not be fearful to apply on several waiting lists. The following list of apart- ment communities have rent assistance assigned by the federal government.
Independent Living For Seniors • Rent based on income • One bedroom floor plan • On-site management • Over 62 or mobility impaired • 24 hour on-site resident managers • Located next to senior center • Meal program available • Coffee/Convenience Store • Beauty/Barber Shop
TomWoodman Villa Senior 62 or Older 1701 Woodland Circle Richland Center WI 53581 608-697-8951
HowardWynne Villa Senior 62 or Older 1300 9th Street Reedsburg,WI 53959 608-697-8951
• Spa with walk-in Jacuzzi tub • Fully equipped exercise room • Laundry/trash each floor • 2 elevators 608-837-3174 601 Thomas Drive Sun Prairie, WI 53590 www.colonialview.org
Elder Locke Manor Persons with Chronic Mental Illness 1250 9th Street • Reedsburg,WI 53959 608-697-8951 Portage Meadows Elderly or Disabled 2381 Schultz Street • Portage WI 53901 608-697-8951 Pat Smith Manor Persons with Chronic Mental Illness 142 Henry Drive • Portage,WI 53901 608-697-8951
Columbia..161 Dane ..........161 Dodge........163 Grant..........164 Green ........165 Iowa ..........165
Jefferson ....165 Juneau ......166 Lafayette ..167 Richland....167 Rock ..........168 Sauk ..........168
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