COMMUNITY ALLIANCE HOUSING
Community Alliance Housing Management Services manages the rental application and lease processes as well as the physical property management for all Community Alliance owned and operated housing. The nonprofit Community Alliance system currently owns and/or operates over 200 housing units in the metropolitan Omaha area. All housing is for adult men and women who have a mental illness as is linked with mental health rehabilitation and support services.
A written lease and supportive services agreement is required of all tenants residing within Community Alliance housing, as is a security deposit. Rents and fees are determined based upon individual income and the availability of federal rental subsidies. In many of the apartment units which are not federally subsidized, Community Alliance program staff can offer help qualifying eligible individuals for rental assistance under the state or public housing authority rent subsidy programs.
The types of housing currently operated by the Community Alliance system include supervised group living residences, a cooperative living, peer supported residence, and small apartment complexes with one bedroom units. A waiting list is often maintained for the housing operated through Community Alliance Housing Management Services.
Persons interested in housing owned and/or operated by the Community Alliance system are urged to learn more about the application and admission process by going to the main Community Alliance website at www.community-alliance.org and clicking on the ‘Community Housing’ page under Our Services.
Community Alliance Housing Management Services and affiliated Community Alliance corporations administer and operate its programs, and all admissions. activities. and services related to these programs without regard to race, color. creed, national origin, religion. gender. age, disabilities, political affiliation. or familial status.