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AHF is Excited to Announce the Opening of Our Home for Individuals With Disabilities. This Home is Housing 4 Disabled Individuals and was built with a Partnership with Lee County Human & Veterans Services & Lee County SHIP Program.

Common Kitchen
Another View of common Kitchen
Shared Living Room Area
Each Bathroom has a roll in Shower
This is a Bedroom, that has a Kitchenette, Roll in Shower and closet area
Shared Washer/Dryer Area
Each Bedroom has it’s own Kitchenette
Closet area in each room
This is the Guest Bathroom for Friends & Guests

Each bedroom/living area is wired to have the lights turn on through voice command thru Amazon Alexia, there is also the ability to turn the AC & Heat on via Alexia. Music can be played through Alexia in each room and in the common area. The County required we have a “Common Kitchen with a Stove, so each SRO (Single Room Occupancy Dwelling) is equipped with it’s own kitchenette so if someone does no want to leave their room they don’t have to. Each room is big enough to have a table, couch & TV as wells as the bedroom furniture.

Call 239-689-4944 for any further information “Changing Lives One at A Time”

Race To End Homelessness

We are raising Funds to help the Lee County Homeless Coalition please participate it will be a “Fun” fund raiser to donate go here: https://beta.kindest.com/race-to-end-homelessness/fnd_vHYZ9T95r

Hope for those who have none

Individuals with disabilities, Seniors and Veterans have limited income and as rents rise and their income remains the same most of these individuals are at risk of becoming Homeless or will become in less than a month. The average rents starts at between $1200-$1500 and those prices are rising daily. We have established a fund raiser to help with this issue the link is as follows: https://www.youhelp.com/hope-givers-for-those-who-have-none/donate

This fund can help the elderly, disabled and Veterans whose income is only between $650 $1000 and their rent is now $1200 until we can find them alternative housing in their price range (which is next to impossible).

Without your assistance these individuals will be living on the streets. The average life span of a homeless person on the streets in our County especially a Senior, or an individual with a disability or a Veteran is 6-8 months. PLEASE HELP!