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    Taxonomy Code: BH-7000.4600-150

    Retirement hotels, inns, boarding homes and other similar residential facilities where low-income older adults and/or people with disabilities can live independently on their own, usually in one building, share common areas, social activities and amenities and have most meals in a communal dining area. Most of the residences feature a mix of studio, one and two-bedroom apartment style accommodations, rented on a monthly basis, with interior corridors, elevators, small kitchenettes and emergency intercoms or pull cord systems as a safety feature. There may also be special wheelchair access rooms or other amenities designed to make it easier for elderly residents to reside comfortably and safely in their apartments. Housekeeping, social activities, and transportation services may be included and laundry services may be available for an additional fee. Residents pay no entry fees, make no long term financial commitments (other than the usual cleaning and security deposits) and may leave whenever they choose.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Housing ServicesProvides single, 1-bedroom units (625 square feet), including reduced cable rates for seniors and adults with disabilities.ClintonHOUSING PROGRAMSAPPLE VALLEY SENIOR HOUSING
    Housing ServicesProvides a couple of housing options for seniors, depending on their needs and financial situation. Offers congregate residential facility where seniors on a budget or need some extra help, can live independently, a dorm-like building, where residents share common areas for social activities, amenities and meals in a communal dining area. Also available is duplex living which offers safety and support, but gives seniors the independence without the concerns of a homeowner. Other amenities for both living services are 24 hour emergency response, transportation services, and cultural, social and educational programs.ClintonHOUSING SERVICESLAKE FOREST SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY
    Housing ServicesProvides a housing facility with access and accommodations for seniors and those with physical disabilities. Also offers residents care management to keep track of their needs, along with medical and errands transportation and benefits assistance when needed.ClintonKEESEVILLE COUNTRY GARDENSKEESEVILLE COUNTRY GARDENS

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