Community is vital, and people want to be connected with friends, family and the places where they work, socialize, worship, shop and receive health care. Being connected means having attractive, affordable, accessible housing as well as essential support for overcoming obstacles. Breaking down barriers is why Pioneer Resources exists.
Our mission is to provide support services to people who want to be connected with their community while residing in their own home. Our staff is trained to help individuals meet goals they choose in areas such as personal care, budgeting, transportation and socialization. Below is a list of options offered by Pioneer Resources for supported housing.
Gretchen’s Place, with its unique accessible setting and a focus on Supported Independent Living (SIL), tenants will be excited to learn how to make personal choices and what it’s like to manage and control their own expenses. Staff provide training and support in Community Living Skills.
Marcoux Home offers an Supported Independent Living (SIL) option to tenants where they can learn how to make personal choices and what it’s like to manage and control their own expenses. Staff provide training and support in Community Living Skills.
Pioneer Arbour Apartment Complex
This sixteen-unit, barrier-free apartment building is designed to allow individuals who are low-income and disabled to live independently. At Pioneer Arbour, rent is subsidized by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.
Pioneer House General AFC Home
Pioneer House is a unique and licensed adult foster care home for persons with Intellectual and developmental disabilities. Residents have private rooms, yet a wonderful family atmosphere exists. This residence is subsidized in part through the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Pioneer House encourages active involvement in the home and supports involvement of residents in the community.