Robinson House is a non-treatment facility designed to provide subsidized single-room occupancy apartments for homeless men over 18 who are in need of a safe and supportive living environment. It consists of 24 rehabilitated Section 8 rent-assisted apartments for homeless males who have successfully completed substance abuse treatment programs.
Rents at Robinson House are subsidized by HUD and by the Manchester Housing and Redevelopment Authority (MHRA). Men interested in living there must qualify through an application process. Robinson House rent is based in 30% of a resident’s gross income.
AGES: 18 and over/males only
INCOME GUIDELINES: Same as HUD income guidelines
GEOGRAPHIC AREA: No specific area
PROGRAM COST: Up to 30% of monthly income
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must have successfully completed a program at a substance abuse treatment facility
Contact Robinson House for more information
To apply and find out more:
Phone: (603) 627-9188