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Sunset Point Apartments Open House
Please join us on 10/10/14 at 11:30 AM for the opening celebration of our newest HUD 811 project, Sunset Point Apartments. These fourteen units of permanent supported housing for individuals who have mental disabilities and very low income were funded through the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development and the City of Clearwater. For more information call (727 821-4819. To view pictures of Sunset Point Apartments and the various stages of construction, please click here .
Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program Expansion
Boley Centers' Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program has expanded in Pasco County with a grant through the Department of Labor. This program is designed to assist Veterans who are homeless or at risk for homelessness, to find employment and sustainable housing as well as a meaningful role in the community.
New Smoking Cessation Clinic
Boley Centers is pleased to announce the addition of a Smoking Cessation clinic for the men and women we serve. The clinic will run for six weeks and is provided by the Disability Achievement Center.
Staff Awards Dinner
In honor of our wonderful and dedicated staff, we will be hosting our annual Staff Recognition Dinner on Saturday, October 10 at the historic Manhattan Casino! Stay tuned for this year's award winners...
Martin Lott Conversion
Our Martin Lott Group home has recently reopened as a Level IV Residential Treatment Facility, licensed by the Agency for Health Care Administration. The facility provides housing for male and female Veterans who are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Veterans who are enrolled in an intensive outpatient treatment program at Bay Pines Hospital reside at Martin Lott while completing their program. This program is funded through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
88-Unit Permanent Supportive Housing Project Announced
Funding has been awarded for a new 88-unit Permanent Supportive Housing Community in St. Petersburg for Veterans with Special Needs. Called Duval Park, Low Income Housing Tax Credits and State Apartment Incentive Loan Funds will be used to build these units which are designed to help those Veterans who are transitioning out of a Veterans Administration Hospital or medical center. Boley Centers is managing the construction and will provide services to the residents once complete. To read more about this project, please click here to link to a recent article in Florida Housing's "What's Developing" Newsletter.