Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Notice Of Housing Availability

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The Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center announces the following housing shares
available for temporary or long term residency. These are in two apartments in
Santa Ana, California. Apartments are privately owned and do not belong to
Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center. Location is close to bus routes, stores,
supermarkets, and food bank.

We have a 10' by 12' private partition available starting June 1, 2011. Rent is
$400 a month and that includes all utilities. Minimum income is $700 a month.
Has room for some furniture and possessions. Must use storage facility for
extra furniture, extra clothing, and extra possessions. This one is in the
apartment designed for independent individuals.

We might have a 7' by 11' semi private partition available in August or
September for people that may need assistance in living. Rent for this
partition is based on person's abilities and starts at $350.00 per month and
that includes all utilities. Must use storage facility for extra furniture,
extra clothing, and extra possessions. This is in a different apartment in the
same complex as the partition listed above.

We accept people on SSI and SSDI. No deposit needed. Must have, or have proof
of possession of, first month's rent on interview appointment. We wont accept
drinkers, druggies, and drama-mongers. Recovering addicts accepted. This is a
very quiet peaceful household inside a quiet complex. Service animals ok. If
bringing a car, tough luck because of nighttime parking restrictions. We
provide transportation assistance. Total move in amount must be paid in before
allowed to move in.

All of our residents are exposed to our award winning Enableworks program that
gives learning and a hands on experience on opportunities to acquire employable
skills. Our agency has plenty of volunteering opportunities for our residents
and adds to the positive experience of living in our housing program.

We take anyone regardless who can afford the rates, however, the majority of our
residents are those with hearing and speech disabilities and we take into
serious consideration the prospective resident's ability to communicate with the
rest of the people in the two households.

Please contact Richard Roehm or Beth Koenig by reply mail.