A: High-functioning individuals with intellectual disabilities, chronic persistent mental illness, brain injury, and people who may or may not have substance abuse/misuse barriers.
A: Rent ranges from $595 for an efficiency apartment and $625-$675 for a one-bedroom apartment to $630-$700 for a two-bedroom apartment. Individuals are responsible for paying first month's rent (which can be prorated), and a damage deposit equivalent to the monthly rent prior to moving in. Grandma's Place will work with individuals and case managers regarding housing assistance programs if needed.
A: All apartment units are unfurnished. If individuals are without essential furniture and housing items, Grandma's Place will do our best to provide limited and temporary housing items. Items are often donated.
A: We accept CADI and BI waivers as well as private pay.
A: We have the following staff:
A: No, we do not treat substance abuse. However, we will work with you and your team to support you on your journey to stay sober.
A:Grandma's Place has a housing with services registration and a comprehensive home care license.
A: Grandma's Place is a limited housing support provider.
A: A caring staff who will provide solutions including but not limited to the following:
A: Yes, you will have an efficient, one- or two-bedroom apartment. However, you can reduce rent by sharing a two-bedroom apartment with another client.
A: Yes, we have a client financial and benefits manager on site who can assist you with your finances.