Waldorf Permanent Supportive Housing: Waldorf provides 9 units of permanent supportive housing with case management services to formerly homeless male Veterans.
Waldorf House is a permanent supportive housing project owned and operated by ABRI, Inc. and funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Waldorf House is located in Bridgeport, CT. Residents at Waldorf pay 27% of their gross income for rent, which includes all utilities. Residents are independent and are offered supportive services from a case manager. These services include money management, assistance with daily living skills, transportation assistance, monitoring of their mental health and medical needs, support around recovery from substance use, help with entitlements, and vocational services.
Many residents at Waldorf House are active in activities at Homes for the Brave, and their participation in these activities serves as inspiration to their peers at Homes for the Brave. Some residents come back to speak about how they have been able to move forward during their time at Homes for the Brave and at Waldorf House and to provide encouragement for current residents in our transitional housing program.
Waldorf House consists of three three-bedroom apartments. Each resident at Waldorf has their own bedroom and shares a kitchen, bathroom, and common living space with two other men. The residents have on-site access to a laundry room and several porches and a backyard space with a gas grill and picnic area.