Supportive Living, Inc. provides supportive housing options to survivors of brain injury in the communities surrounding Boston. An innovator in the field, Supportive Living’s Warren, McLaughlin, Douglas, Norwood and Murphy Houses offer residents a chance to maintain their dignity while living independently, regardless of their ability to pay.
Supportive Living residential facilities feature spacious single and double apartments with accessible bathrooms. Some apartments include full kitchens while others provide community meals. All facilities include common areas with entertainment and socialization opportunities.
A cornerstone of SLI facilities is resident access to SLI Neuro-Wellness programs.
We offer eligible residents rental assistance through the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department (HUD), under the Section 811 Project Rental Assistance Contract (PRAC). Under PRAC, residents pay 30 percent of their adjusted income toward rent and the balance is subsidized by HUD.
We partner with Advocates to provide the highest quality of services and programs to benefit residents.
Services at Supportive Living’s homes include:
- 24-hour, seven days a week staffing
- Tailored support systems to meet individual’s needs and wishes
- Nursing support
- Case management
- Managed/supervised personal care services
- Staff-assisted meal planning and preparation
- Independent living skills training
- Accessible transportation
- Social and recreational activities
- Cooperative agreements with local medical facilities, human service agencies, and community service organizations to offer residents access to additional services based on their needs.
Please fill out the web form below to book a consultation with our expert on low-income housing for brain injury. Please indicate in the comments field your specific interest. You can also download and fill out the residency application.