Bay Aging’s mission includes helping people of all ages live independently in their own homes and communities for as long as possible.
Bay Aging’s Bay Housing Division provides senior apartments and complimentary services, as well as support to perform emergency home repairs, weatherization services, indoor plumbing rehabilitation, reconstruction, Housing Choice Vouchers, Legal Aid and Nationwide Aging Sources Referral Network.
Each year, Bay Aging provides safe, energy efficient housing for over 900 people and maintains the following programs.
Attractive, well designed and energy efficient to bring aging adults 62 years and older an alternative in housing and maintaining independence. Preference given to veterans and the homeless. Residents have access to many support services that encourage a healthy lifestyle. HUD 202 subsidized housing.
Assists low-income families who lack resources to invest in energy efficiency. Funds are used for energy testing, insulation, weather stripping, replacement windows and doors, replacement heating and ventilation systems.
Provides 0% interest, forgivable loans for the installation of indoor plumbing to owners of substandard housing where indoor plumbing does not exist or where the existing water delivery or waste disposal systems have failed. Loan repayments are determined by the homeowner’s ability to make payments.
A HUD program also known as Section 8 housing that assists very low-income families, the elderly and disabled to afford decent and safe housing in the private market. With vouchers, participants have the freedom and flexibility to find their own single family or multifamily housing meeting appropriate housing quality standards and owned by a participating landlord.
Coordinated Entry is provided for people experiencing a housing crisis to speak with a housing professional directly to assess the situation and make a referral to the most appropriate community partner.
One of HUDs longest continuously run programs that provides grant funding for communities to substantially rehabilitate homes, giving low-income families a much safer and energy efficient home in which to live.
For years, Mary Carter lived in a mobile home deteriorating so badly that one morning she woke up to find snakes on her bed. That’s when she turned to Bay Aging. “Once I got in touch with Bay Aging,” she said, “my life got so much better. It’s changed everything.”
Bay Aging’s mission is to help people of all ages live independently in their own homes and communities for as long as possible. And you can become part of that mission.
Enhanced user experience aims to help community more easily access services and programs offered by Bay Aging. (Urbanna, VA) – Bay Aging is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, bayaging.org, which includes an enhanced user experience to help the community more easily learn about and access services, as well as short video […]