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Section 13: Congregate Housing – North Shore & Cape Ann

Congregate Housing

Eligibility for the congregate housing program requires a person to apply to the local housing authority, be at least 60 years of age or disabled, and meet the financial eligibility guidelines of the state public housing program. Individuals may or may not have a physical and/or cognitive disability, but can participate in a shared living environment. Residents are referred to congregate housing by family, hospitals, and community agencies. The Multi-disciplinary Assessment Team reviews the assessment of the potential resident as presented by the congregate housing services coordinator. The team then makes recommendations to the housing authority/housing agency regarding the capacity of the facility to support the applicant in the congregate housing unit.

For specific details and applications instructions for local Congregate Housing sites, contact the North Shore/Cape Ann Congregate Housing Sites below.

North Shore/Cape Ann Congregate Housing Sites

Beverly -Upton Place

Coordinator: Arlette Medina
137 Bridge St.
Beverly, MA 01915
978-921-2408

Hamilton -Robert Brooks

Coordinator: Crystal Galiski
121 Railroad St.
Hamilton, MA 01982
978-468-5201

Lynn -Olive Street

Coordinator: Kate Eppers
6 Olive St.
Lynn, MA 01902
781-598-9440

Peabody -Farnsworth

Coordinator: Maryanne Pierce
103 Central St.
Peabody, MA 01960
978-532-8847

Salem -Michael Ruane

Coordinator: Shirley Salloway
3 Broad St.
Salem, MA. 01970
978-741-4462

Wakefield -Lincoln School House

Coordinator: Beth Greenberg
26 Crescent St.
Wakefield, MA 01880
781-245-7328 ext. 6

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