Resources for income-based housing for seniors are available by searching online databases and websites that focus on housing needs of senior citizens, including the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, NYC Department for the Aging, SeniorResourcesOnline.com and ResourcesForSeniors.com. The HUD website also contains links to valuable resources such as AARP.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, or HUD, lists a variety of resources to help seniors find income-based housing. Its website offers a search engine for finding subsidized apartment listings and links to housing counseling agencies that can assist seniors with buying or renting a home and with credit issues, foreclosures, various types of mortgages and legal matters pertaining to elderly citizens.
Local government resources such as the New York City Department for the Aging provide a variety of services and programs to assist seniors with housing needs. Programs include home-sharing services, assisted living referrals, emergency housing and special tax credits or reductions, according to the organization's website. The American Association of Retired Persons may be of help to seniors in finding specialized personal care such as home health aides, explains AARP.
SeniorResourcesOnline.com and ResourcesForSeniors.com both have large databases of information about housing programs for seniors and resources that include lists of subsidized housing programs, retirement communities, companion care, adult day care, hospice facilities and senior support groups.