Housing advocates, for very low and extremely low income Marin County residents and the official voice of the residents living at Homestead Terrace, in Mill Valley, 28 studio units, owned by Marin Housing Authority. For income eligible elderly or disabled people, capable of independent living....
Phone: (415) 332-1913
Homeward Bound of Marin is committed to providing services to transition homeless individuals and families into stable housing. Facilities include: Family Emergency Center, Family Resource Center, Mill Street Center, New Beginnings Center, Voyager Carmel Center, Fourth Street Center, Meadow Park...
Phone: (415) 382-3363
56 units for low-income elderly/disabled. Rent is federally subsidized (HUD) so that tenants pay 30% of their monthly gross income, less a utility allowance. All complexes have waiting lists.
Phone: (415) 491-2525
These are individually owned homes. You must apply to live here. We do not rent. Must be 55 and older to live here (2nd occupant must be 45). No homeowner association dues. Active social club, many activities. Clubhouse, pool, spa, gym. Coming soon -- a bocce court.
Phone: (415) 883-6771
83 units for seniors/disabled. Residents must be 62 years or over. All have maximum and some have minimum income limits. Apartments charge rents under the Section 8 program. Residents are limited to a gross or adjusted yearly income of no more than 50% of median $35,650 for singles, and $49,700...
Phone: (415) 883-1601