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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Are you taking applications?
Do you have 3 bedroom apartments or houses?
What are the qualifications for your housing?
What are the income guidelines?
Where do I send my rent?
What is the phone number to call in work orders?



Are you taking applications?

  • AUTUMN WOOD VILLAGE I & II – These homes are managed by our development partner, Miller Valentine Group.  Please call their Toledo property management office at 419-868-8552 or visit their website, www.yournextplacetolive.com to check for current openings and any other further information. 

  • HUD SUBSIDIZED UNITS – Applications for the waiting list are taken periodically, on a specific date, which is advertised in local papers.  Please call the Property Management Office at 419-389-0361 for more information.

  • THE RESIDENZ AT SYLVANIA – These homes are managed by our development partner, Miller Valentine Group.  Please call their Sylvania property management office at 419-517-4328 or visit their website, www.yournextplacetolive.com to check for current openings and any other further information.

  • SCATTERED SITES HOMES – Referrals for these homes come from the Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities.  We work closely with the LCBDD to house their Consumers.

  • WAUSEON SENIOR VILLAGE – These homes are managed by our development partner, Miller Valentine Group.  Please call their Wauseon property management office at 1-419-335-2001 or visit their website, www.yournextplacetolive.com to check for current openings and any other further information.

  • WHITEHOUSE SQUARE SENIOR VILLAGE – These homes are managed by our development partner, Miller Valentine Group.  Please call their Toledo property management office at 419-868-8552 or visit their website, www.yournextplacetolive.com to check for current openings and any other further information.

  • WILLARD APARTMENTS – Applications are taken by appointment only from their waiting list.  Please call the Property Management Office at 419-389-0361 for more information.



Do you have 3 bedroom apartments or houses? No.

  • We have one-bedroom units. 
  • There are some two bedroom units that may be available to persons whose family composition, or live-in caretaker needs and/or qualifies for a second bedroom.
  • Willard Apartments has fourteen, 2-bedroom apartments and one, 1-bedroom apartment.
  • Scattered Site houses vary in size.

 

What are the qualifications for your housing?

  • HUD SUBSIDIZED UNITS – Applicant must 18 years or older, have a qualifying physical disability (requiring the use of a cane, walker, wheelchair or scooter; vision or hearing impairment) and/or a developmental disability and meet income guidelines.

  • JOHN H. McKISSICK SENIOR APARTMENTS (HUD subsidized) – Applicant must be 62 years or older and meet income guidelines.

  • SCATTERED SITES HOMES – Applicant must be a Consumer served through the Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities and referred by their caseworker.

  • WILLARD APARTMENTS – Applicant must meet income guidelines and cannot be a full-time student.

 

What are the income guidelines?

  • HUD SUBSIDIZED UNITS – Rent is based on 30% of income and includes electric, gas, water and trash.

  • SCATTERED SITES HOMES  – Rent depends on the number of Consumers living in the home.  Residents pay for electric and gas.
  • WILLARD APARTMENTS – The 2-bedroom units rent for $415.00 per month, and the 1-bedroom unit rents for $365.00 per month.  Section 8 vouchers issued through the Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA) are accepted.  Residents pay for their electricity and a portion of the gas bill.  Water and trash are included in the rent.



Where do I send my rent?

  • All rent payments are mailed to:  5555 Airport Hwy., Suite 220, Toledo, OH  43615.



What is the phone number to call in work orders?

  • The 24-Hour Answering Service phone number is:  419- 537-7655.
  • Emergency work orders receive first priority (i.e., no heat, sprinkler system, pipes bursting, etc.)
  • Non-emergency work orders placed today will be received by the maintenance staff tomorrow.
  • Work orders are completed in the order that they are received.  Most work orders are completed within a 24 hour time period.