The Atlanta Housing Board of Commissioners Approves More Housing Subsidies

The Atlanta Housing Board of Commissioners has announced that the company has approved 39 additional homeflex subsidies for permanent supportive housing units for all the citizens, who are facing difficulty to acquire new homes or are near homelessness.

The company has further added that the subsidy will mainly serve the Atlanta Housing’s Haven Population that would significantly help to reduce homeless with the help of United Way Regional Commission on Homelessness, HomeFirst and Invest Atlanta.

Managing Director of the Atlanta Housing Commission Chairman, Christopher Edwards said, “These HomeFlex subsidies will ensure that fewer families are homeless on the streets of Atlanta and get us closer to the goal of ending homelessness.”

“Atlanta Housing is delighted to partner with the City of Atlanta, Invest Atlanta and United Way to help ensure that we successfully tackle the crisis of homelessness in Atlanta. By working together, we will make this goal a reality,” Christopher Edwards further added.

Senior Develop for Penrose, Amon Martin said, “We are extremely excited to continue our work with Atlanta Housing on this much needed affordable housing in this neighborhood.”

“The transformative McAuley Park development will provide high-quality, mixed-income apartments and create access to health care for some of Atlanta’s most vulnerable families and seniors,” Amon Martin further added in the statement.

Chief Executive Officer of Saint Joseph’s Health System and Mercy Care, Tom Andrews said, “Each step forward in this project is a step closer to providing critical access to affordable housing within steps of one of our clinics providing everything from chronic disease management to dental, vision and mental health services on a sliding fee scale.”

“We are grateful for our partnership with Pennrose and all the City of Atlanta partners making this dream come true for Mercy Care and the surrounding community,” Tom Andrews concluded.

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