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Mercy Housing Colorado
Mercy Housing Colorado began operating in 1993, and provides affordable homes to nearly 3,000 low-income individuals and families living at 17 communities located in Commerce City, Denver, Durango, Westminster, and Fort Collins. More than a third of the people Mercy Housing Colorado serves are children. Mercy Housing also operates one family property in Kaysville, Utah, which is managed by the Mercy Housing Colorado team. Resident Services are offered at no cost to residents at many Mercy Housing communities. See the impact of Mercy Housing Colorado >Donate to Mercy Housing Colorado
Mercy Housing Southwest
Mercy Housing Southwest provides safe, affordable homes for low-income seniors and people with special needs living at 13 communities in Arizona. Four communities in the Phoenix area serve people with disabilities, those living with HIV/AIDS, and/or those living with severe mental illness. The remaining nine properties are senior housing communities focused on helping residents age in place with dignity and respect. Resident Services are offered at no cost to residents at many Mercy Housing communities.Donate to Mercy Housing Southwest
Mercy Housing Midwest
Mercy Housing Midwest was incorporated as a nonprofit in 1993, and now provides quality affordable homes for over 1,700 residents, primarily low-income families living at nine communities in Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, and South Dakota. Resident Services are offered at no cost to residents at many Mercy Housing communities.Donate to Mercy Housing Midwest
Seeta was just six years old when she arrived in the United States on September 15, 2005, with her mother, brother, and two sisters. The details leading up to their arrival are a little blurry for her. They left the Ivory Coast amidst a civil war, and things happened very fast. Seeta’s father fled theirRead More
Mercy Housing set a goal to register “2,020 in 2020” — a campaign aimed to register 2,020 Mercy Housing residents across the country to vote. With the November elections right around the corner, we’ve already surpassed our goal! Voting is essential to our democracy, and voter registration is the first step. As with so manyRead More
“I’ve taken COVID and made some lemonade!” This has been Sylvia’s motto at Page Commons senior community in Gilbert, Arizona, as of late. This lively senior has not let COVID slow her pace or dampen her spirits. Instead, she looks for the good in everything and finds ways to stay active and healthy through theseRead More
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