For people with disabilities in Jewish Baltimore, it can be difficult to find affordable housing. Here are a few options:
Jewish Community Services (JCS) provides residential services in nine professionally-staffed homes – Alternative Living Units (ALUs) – in Northwest Baltimore City/Baltimore County communities. Each ALU is home to three adults with developmental disabilities. In addition, the Jewish Community Services Supported Living Program helps people with disabilities develop life skills to enable them to live independently.
Comprehensive Housing Assistance, Inc. (CHAI) develops housing for people with disabilities and receives referrals from Jewish Community Services (JCS) and Prologue. This partnership allows residents the flexibility to live independently and affordably. If you need affordable housing and you have a disability, contact JCS or Prologue.
The Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) has created a housing resources list to better assist individuals with developmental disabilities to locate housing and residential services.
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Government guide to housing
Department of Disabilities’ Housing
Maryland Home Ownership for People with Disabilities
Maryland Housing Search Database
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Fair Housing
Fair Housing Action Center of Maryland