HFI’s Permanent Properties consist of 70 apartments for extremely low-income families, nearly 30% of which are owned by Housing Families. Residents are supported by ongoing case management services. Most families occupying these units pay no more than 30% of their income for rent. Nearly half of these families are served through our Helping Homes program, as they have a disabled head of household, and virtually all have experienced significant instability over multiple years.
In addition to Housing Families’ 70 Permanent Properties, HFI also manages 100 emergency shelter apartments for homeless families, bringing our total number of units to 170.