Our Senior Transitional Housing Program serves low-income or homeless seniors and disabled adults looking to move toward improved health and quality of life, connection to resources, and long-term housing stability.
We provide transitional housing and supportive case management to help seniors connect with healthcare resources, qualify for benefits, and pursue permanent housing options that will meet their needs in the future. Ithaka has a 14-unit apartment building and a 3-unit home in Colorado Springs that provide transitional housing for low-income seniors. Residents pay 30% of their income in rent and we serve approximately 17 people at a time.
Our Senior Program provides housing to people who are:
- Over the age of 60 or a disabled adult
- Experiencing homelessness or unstably housed
- Limited in options or access to permanent housing
- Willing to participate in supportive case management
Ithaka does not take direct applications for our Senior Program. Instead, we fill openings through referrals from community partners. If you are in need of housing assistance please reach out to the resources listed here: Find Housing