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Mercy Housing Gives a Home to Low-Income Families, Seniors, Individuals, and People with Special Needs.
Mercy Housing has served more than 152,000 people. We have participated in the development, preservation and/or financing of more than 48,200 affordable homes. We are one of only a few national organizations that provide affordable housing for all low- and moderate-income populations. We serve families, seniors, and people with special needs with the full spectrum of affordable housing, including supportive housing for the formerly homeless, transitional housing, permanent rental, and affordable homeownership opportunities. You can help by making a charitable donation.
We Help Low-Income Families, Seniors, and Individuals Nationwide:
- 70% of our residents are families
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- 21% of our residents are seniors
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- 9% of our residents are people with special needs (people with HIV/AIDS, formerly homeless individuals, veterans, and people with physical and mental impairments)
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Mercy Housing not only helps provide quality, affordable housing programs to those in need, but also offers Resident Services that help improve the community one resident at a time. We help individuals and families learn skills and gain perspectives that make dreams of stability and hope a reality. Learn about Mercy Housing Resident Services.
Make a charitable donation to Mercy Housing and you can help alleviate the issue of homelessness and poverty across the nation. Help those in need live in hope.