Church Housing Corp owns and manages several small facilities that cater to people experiencing homelessness, individuals with mental health issues, and people with modest means.
Jefferson Place, a 25 unit building, opened in December 1998. Jefferson Place provides housing for people experiencing homelessness. This housing program offers supportive services, advocacy assistance and transportation. Jefferson Place helps individuals transition from homelessness to permanent housing.
Old Swedes Housing
Old Swedes Housing provides residency for people with mental health issues. There are two buildings that opened its doors in 1993 and provides ten furnished units. This program offers resource coordination to assist residents with managing their individual treatment plans. Stable housing offers the residents of Old Swedes the ability to put their full attention on their individual needs.
Individuals with Modest Means
In July of 2003, Naamans House opened its doors to provide five apartments to individuals living with HIV/AIDs. Currently, Naamans serves individuals with modest means. Our residents have access to supportive services which allows them to focus on meeting their unique needs.