Independence and Community Living

For many residents, the Community Living Center is their first experience with Independent Living and Brickways, but there are many other dynamic living solutions available to those with special needs. Our residences are designed so that the people that live there enjoy privacy and community interaction as they make new friends, gain confidence and receive support from family, friends or care team members.

 

We have 2 properties that are Section 8, HUD assisted, tenants must meet income qualifications. CLC is not a licensed AFC and tenants must be able to live independently with supports, but without 24 hour supervision. Support services may be provided by family members, TRAIL, other agencies or through Community Mental Health.

Community living center (clc)

This first home, built in 1978, was designed as a 16 bed adult foster care home for adults with developmental disabilities. It now features 8 fully remodeled efficiency apartments.

Community living apartments

In 1983 the Community Living Apartments were constructed at the end of Grant Street. There are 9 apartments, each shared by two people. 

college park

Six ladies share this beautiful home on Rennie Hill just off of Veterans Drive. Fully accessible, the open floor plan and natural lighting accent the shared living areas

Kelley street

Six ladies share this beautiful home on Rennie Hill just off of Veterans Drive. Fully accessible, the open floor plan and natural lighting accent the shared living areas.

Fern Street

Just one block off Garfield and close to the area bike trail system, Fern Street homes sit on a large treed property. Two small detached homes and a duplex provide housing for 8 individuals in this independent living setting.

NEW! Sandys Fairway

Sandy’s Fairway is a unique property (Near the end of Rennie Hill Road in Traverse City) currently in planning and development that will include adults with special needs, and low to moderate income applicants in the same community.