The wait list for Boley Centers’ HUD 811 project rental assistance closed as of Friday, October 7th. There is no scheduled date for the wait list to reopen at this time. All applications will be processed by order of date and time received and ALL applicants will be notified of their application status via USPS.
Boley Centers, Inc. will be opening its waiting list for HUD Section 811 Multifamily PRAC Housing rental assistance. In accordance with the Fair Housing Act, we are actively seeking applications from people in the St Petersburg/Clearwater/Pinellas community who are low income and have been diagnosed with a mental health disability. Applications will be available at Boley Centers Housing Office:
Monday September 19, 2016 through Friday September 30, 2016
445 31st St. N, St. Petersburg, FL 33713
For more information, call 727-821-4819 x 5740
Boley Centers, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Housing Provider.
Boley Centers, Inc., está aceptando solicitudes para la lista de asistencia del programa HUD Section 811 Multifamily PRAC Housing, que ayuda con sus rentas. Si usted ha sido diagnosticado con una discapacidad de salud mental, y es de bajos ingresos, puedes ser elegible. Solicitudes pueden ser obtenidas en Boley Centers Housing Office:
8:30am-4:30pm, el 19 de septiembre hasta el 30 de septiembre, 2016
445 31st St. N, St Petersburg, FL 33713
Para más información, llame al 727-821-4819 x 5740
Boley Centers, Inc. es un Proveedor de Igualdad y Oportunidades en Viviendas.
Please join us on March 31st, 2016 at 11:00 am
to celebrate the Grand Opening of Duval Park!
Duval Park is a Brand New, 88-unit, Affordable Permanent Supported Housing Community conveniently located near medical care, shopping and schools in a quiet corner of unincorporated Pinellas County. These attractive and spacious apartments are reserved primarily for Veterans with service connected disabilities. Residents have access to case management, job placement, education opportunities, temporary financial assistance, family support, transportation and links to other essential services within the community.
The community is located at 5025 Duval Circle, St. Petersburg FL 33714.
Funding for this community has been provided by:
Florida Housing Finance Corporation
Pinellas County Housing Authority
Home Depot Foundation
Pinellas County Community Development
Raymond James Bank
Raymond James Tax Credit Funds
This community is sponsored by:
A grand opening for the newly completed Duval Park Property will be announced later this month. These 88 units of housing are for Veterans who have service related disabilities and their families
For pictures of the property, please visit our Facebook page.
Boley Centers celebrated the grand opening of Broadwater Place on Friday, October 30. This multifamily development provides 44 units of permanent supportive housing for individuals who have mental disabilities or were formerly chronically homeless.
Working with the City of St. Petersburg, Boley Centers acquired the property in 2009. Over the course of the following six years, Broadwater Place was developed in four phases using eight different funding sources including the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development Section 811; Department of Children & Families’ Office on Homelessness; Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta through Synovus Bank; Florida Housing Finance Corporation; City of St. Petersburg HOME funds; Bessie Boley Foundation; Boley Centers, Inc. and Pinellas Affordable Living, Inc.
Today there are a total of three buildings and each one has been named in honor of three former Board Members – Connie Clendening, Warren Bowman and Cindy McCormick. Celebrating with us at the grand opening event were Vito Sheeley, aide to U.S. Representative Kathy Castor; U.S. Representative David Jolly; St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman; St. Petersburg City Councilman Wengay Newton and Florida Department of Children & Families, Regional Substance Abuse & Mental Health Director April May. Pictured above: Congressman David Jolly, Stephani Lavely, Scheduler and Outreach Coordinator for Congressman Jolly and Gary MacMath.
Pictured: Mayor Rick Kriseman.