Advantage Services

For those experiencing poverty, access to affordable housing is the most fundamental indicator of long-term success. And more importantly, for each of these people, it can be overwhelming, and potentially isolating. This is why we’ve built a comprehensive approach to affordable housing, creating proactive partnerships with our residents to help them navigate complex systems that attempt to disrupt positive outcomes. This array of life-changing programs and services demonstrates time and time again that, given the right opportunities, every person can flourish.

Avoiding and Preventing Evictions

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Last year alone, 767 households are on the path to long-lasting stability and a better life through our holistic support.

Better
Graduation Rates

100%
Kids that participate in our Teen Programming not only have a stable home, they also have a better shot at breaking the poverty cycle.

Creating
Community Leaders

833
Without having to worry about an affordable home, 833 of our residents are now actively participating in their communities as leaders.

Advancing Lives, One Household at a Time.

Supporting our residents is so much more than building stronger economic outcomes for the neighborhoods we work with; it’s the right thing to do. Programming is available to all CommonBond residents and is tied to four strategic priorities:

  • Stability & Independence
  • Health and Wellness
  • Education & Advancement
  • Community Building & Engagement

We know that through these focus areas, we’re able to support residents in finding solutions that matter. Our Advantage Services and Property Management teams work together to pro-actively support residents in a multitude of areas, such as subsidized housing, Section 8 vouchers, mentor programs for students, job training, career development, veterans programs, and much, much more.

Download our Advantage Services overview here.

Register for an Exercise & Wellness Program

CommonBond Communities offers a variety of wellness and exercise programs for older adults. Click here to learn more (and get movin’).

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