AHEPA Senior Living (ASL) provides affordable housing for older adults, 62 and older, who meet federal income qualifications. Service coordination connects residents to the supportive services they need to continue living independently and age in the community.
Our residents are our priority.
ASL affordable independent living communities typically include:
Smoke detectors and sprinklers
Fire alert features designed into the structure
Carbon monoxide detectors
Well-lighted parking area and exterior motion lighting
Emergency electric apartment door releases
Apartment to entrance intercom
Entrance system, including camera monitor
Emergency Call Systems
Tub and/or shower with grab bars in accessible units
Generally, ASL affordable independent living communities include:
On-site management and maintenance (M-F)
Community room with TV/Cable
Internet connectivity in common areas
Central trash collection
Supportive services coordination
Close proximity to public transportation
Residency is based on acceptance of a submitted application.
AHEPA Senior Living Apartments are subsidized by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Rent is generally based on 30 percent of the resident’s adjusted gross monthly income.
With communities in 19 states, find peace of mind with safe and dignified affordable supportive housing by AHEPA Senior Living.
As a mission-driven organization with roots in giving back to the community, our focus is on our residents, their families, and the communities in which we live and serve. Since 1996, AHEPA Senior Living has awarded $6.4 million in grant funding. We have contributed to nonprofits that provide service dogs for veterans, services to survivors of domestic violence, and comprehensive vision care support for the blind, visually impaired, disabled, and veteran communities. Help us to continue to make a difference.