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Martin Lott Conversion
Our Martin Lott Group home has recently reopened as a Level IV Residential Treatment Facility, licensed by the Agency for Health Care Administration. The facility provides housing for male and female Veterans who are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Veterans who are enrolled in an intensive outpatient treatment program at Bay Pines Hospital reside at Martin Lott while completing their program. This program is funded through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
88-Unit Permanent Supportive Housing Project Announced
Funding has been awarded for a new 88-unit Permanent Supportive Housing Community in St. Petersburg for Veterans with Special Needs. Called Duval Park, Low Income Housing Tax Credits and State Apartment Incentive Loan Funds will be used to build these units which are designed to help those Veterans who are transitioning out of a Veterans Administration Hospital or medical center. Boley Centers is managing the construction and will provide services to the residents once complete. To read more about this project, please click here to link to a recent article in Florida Housing's "What's Developing" Newsletter.
Sunset Point Apartments
Boley Centers is pleased to announce that Sunset Point Apartments have opened and residents are moving in. These 14 units of affordable housing in North Pinellas County provide a home for individuals who have a mental illness and low income. Save the date, 10/10/14, for a grand opening celebration! To view the completed project and see the various phases of construction, click here.
New Playground at Salt Creek Apartments
Thanks to the Pinellas County Foundation, Salt Creek Apartments received $10,000 for the installation of a new playground to better serve the families who have been experiencing chronic homelessness who are now living there. To see pictures, click here.
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