Discover Charlene Mason's journey from Sparrow Ridge to Haven Crossing, two affordable housing options for seniors. Learn about her passion for jewelry-making and why she loves her new community in Walton, Kentucky.
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Terri Randol and her husband have been residents of Mt. Lebanon Senior Apartments for about two years. They moved in just before the renovation began.
The four-story, 24-unit Polo Club Park apartment building was officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday, January 18.
Lifelong Lewis County residents Shirley and Les Moore owned a farm with about two acres just a few miles outside of Vanceburg in northeast Kentucky. When they could no longer tend such a large plot of land, they decided to downsize, finding Central Crossings apartments through a friend at their church who works for People’s Self-Help Housing, Inc., the nonprofit that built and manages the property. “It’s really handy,” said Shirley. “It’s close to the store. It’s close to our kids.” Les agreed. “It couldn’t have worked out any better than it is right here for us.”
Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) takes great pride in partnering with organizations throughout the Commonwealth to address the diverse housing needs of our citizens.
"Ain't nothing like it, oh just ain't nothing like it!" 75-year-old Geneva Lewis repeatedly proclaimed when asked about her new home at Central Crossings in Vanceburg, Kentucky.
Affordable housing for Kentucky’s growing senior population is an area in which we can make great strides towards tackling barriers for a specific part of our population.