Greenbridge Commons is a 70-unit Permanent Supportive Housing Project that serves disabled, homeless individuals. The building is located in Midtown Cleveland and opened in September 2011.
To qualify, applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
Applicants must meet HUD’s definition of chronic homelessness. This means the applicant is currently living in an emergency shelter, or in a place not meant for human habitation and have been continuously homeless for one year or more or had at least 4 episodes of homelessness in the past 3 years.
Applications must have a documented disability. Priority is given to applicants with mental illness, drug/alcohol dependencies, or HIV/AIDS.
Households must meet Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit Income Guidelines. Full-time students are not eligible for this program.
Disability and homelessness will be verified. The maximum occupancy for each efficiency unit is one person.
Applications will be reviewed for eligibility and applicants will be asked to participate in at least two interviews. At no time during the application process will clients be guaranteed apartments until they sign a lease.