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My income is 2067, too much for qualifying for low income center and not enough for a high income center. Is there anything for people that are in between those income ranges?

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Hud section 8 is federal subsidize senior hsg with very low income
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Have also heard some people here mention Section 8. I think they are both Federal programs so info should be easy to find.
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My husband and I got into our place under Section 42 and we pay half of the full rental price. There was very little paperwork involved and it saved our behinds. The manager here told us about it when we came to look. Good luck
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If you cannot get into subsidized apartments in your area try Sectuion 42, affordable housing. They are not subsidized but more like Rent Controlled.
You must be under a certain income level to qualify. Check with your local agency on aging for more housing information and resources.
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Administration on Aging
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The Administration on Aging (AOA) is the principal agency of the U.S Department of Health and Human Services

and local information'
https://www.sanantonio.gov/humanservices

Texas Health and Human Services System
www.hhs.state.tx.us/
The home page for the Texas Health and Human Services System. This Agency provides leadership, direction and innovation to achieve an efficient ... Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) · Department of State Health ... We have compiled information from many government agencies here so you can find ...
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I am 83, have physical handicaps that I cannot do household jobs, as I cannot stand for a long time. Looking for independent living, as I do drive, go out for social, but have limited income so I cannot hire a housekeeper. Income is $1700 per month. zip code 78254.
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I assume that this is for independent living, but you did not specify what level of care or area you are looking for. Do you have any family who may help you out? If not, perhaps a social worker will help out.
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This question requires a lot more detail from you for me to answer. Most people would like your income. Either reduce your expenses so you can afford a nicer place, or keep checking with your agencies in your city about programs for your situation.
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Lets start with what you mean by a "center"
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What level of care are you talking about? What age are you? Are you independent or do you need Assisted Living or a Nursing home? give us a location and we can find information.
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