Senior Housing Available: Madison Square apartments in Cape Coral is currently accepting rental applications. Contact Tina (813) 521-6355 for an appt and screening. Expected to be ready between July & August 2022.
Please see the eligibility criteria provided to us below:
• 55+, non-smoking units , $55.00 app. fee per person, money order or cashier’s check (ONLY).
• No-eviction in the past 5yrs.
• Sewer/waste water , washer and dryer included.
• Criminal background on a case by case basis.
• Income Limits: 1bd Max: $30, 000. 2bds, Max $34,000 (No income limits for HCV).
• Earned income recipients: 5 paystubs for b-wk pay and 7 paystubs for wk-pay.
• Assets over $5,000: 6 months of bank statements for checking account and 1 month bank statement for savings.
Career Source Update:
• “registration ticket” URL for your convenience
• Career Fair Tip Sheet (URL) that instructs individuals how to prepare for a successful Career Fair adventure
Lee Commissioners accept $2 million HUD grant to assist people exeriencing homelessness
Fort Myers, FL, April 19, 2022 – The Lee Board of County Commissioners voted Tuesday to accept more
than $2 million in Continuum of Care grant funds from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development to provide housing and services to persons who are experiencing homelessness.
Funds are administered by Human and Veteran Services and local nonprofit agencies. About 2,970
individuals will be provided information, referrals, housing and supportive services. The allocation will be
spent during fiscal years 2022 and 2023.
County Commissioners have prioritized assisting people who are at risk of or experiencing homelessness.
Lee County Human & Veterans Services serves as a collaborative hub for resources ‒ federal, state,
local, private and nonprofit ‒ designated to aid Lee County residents through supportive programs and
For more information on Lee County Human & Veterans Services programs, log on to
www.leegov.com/dhs. If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness, call the department’s
coordinated entry help line at 239-533-7996.
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The Lee Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday accepted HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) grant funds totaling more than $2 million to be administered by the Lee County Department of Human & Veteran Services. This funding will provide information, referrals, housing and supportive services to nearly 3,000 persons who are experiencing homelessness.
Thank You for all you do! Therese