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Housing: Accessible Communities
Allied Jewish Apartments providing affordable and subsidized apartment homes and services in the beautiful Cherry Creek neighborhood—convenient to the mall, restaurants, movies, shops, and directly on public bus routes. Available to all adults 62 years of age and older, AJA provides both senior housing for those who are self-sufficient and an Assisted Living Program for those who need more care and attention. When you live at AJA, you become part of a community where neighbors become friends
Breakers Resort All first floor apartments are wheelchair accessible.
Denver, Colorado 80247

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Greeley Center for Independence

A multi-faceted agency focused on services for people from more than 40 Colorado communities, as well as most of the contiguous 48 States. These people are living with neuro-muscular disease, Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), and/or Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Serves approximately 1,200 individuals with temporary or permanent disabilities annually and now offers a full continuum of services. 

Mercy Housing Most of our housing is rental, although we have homeownership opportunities in many parts of the country. We offer homes for families, seniors and people with special needs, including those with mental disabilities, HIV/AIDS and formerly homeless individuals. 
Sakura Square / Tamai Towers Building with 199 buffets, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units for seniors and persons with disabilities. Some units are subsidized. Five units accommodate wheelchairs. A meal option is available Monday through Thursday. Small pets are allowed with deposit and proof of shots.  Denver, CO.
US Department of Housing and Communities – HUD Learn about renting, buying and making your home accessible, and about your Fair Housing rights. 

Last Updated: August 1, 2013