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Howard Apartments – Veteran’s Supportive Housing

Howard Apartments is the historic renovation and adaptive re-use of the former Howard Home located on the Brockton VA Medical Center in Brockton, Massachusetts, into a permanent supportive housing community for formerly homeless veterans. The residence features fourteen, furnished efficiency apartments along with community space.

Supportive services are available to residents to increase their economic self-sufficiency and well-being. Developers: Affordable Housing and Services Collaborative, Inc., Peabody Properties, Inc., and Windover Construction, LLC.

Visit our website, for additional information. Initial application intake is coordinated by the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs.

Apartment Size # of Bath(s) Sq. Ft.** Rent*
Studio 1 244 - 474 +/- Please Call

* Income Guidelines May Apply. Pricing and availability are subject to change.
** Square footages are approximate and may vary slightly. Photos and images may vary from actual apartments. Information contained herein subject to change without notice.

Note: Please inquire in advance for reasonable accommodation. Assistance animals welcome.

Interior Amenities

  • Furnished studio apartments
  • All utilities included – heat, hot water, electric
  • Individually controlled heating and cooling
  • Modern appliances including refrigerator and stove
  • Well-planned living spaces with abundant natural light
  • Window treatments
  • Vinyl plank flooring
  • Tile bath
  • Spacious closets
  • Energy efficient LED lighting
  • Pre-wired for cable & phone
  • Controlled access
  • Handicap accessible

Community Features

  • Community room
  • Laundry care area
  • Computer center
  • Access to counseling & medical/mental health services
  • Socialization opportunities
  • On-site case managers
  • On-site professional management and maintenance staff
  • Assistance animals welcome

Note: Please inquire in advance for reasonable accommodation. Assistance animals welcome.

Property Photos

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