In response to the news about the award, LMHA President and CEO Demetria Simpson said “LMHA is very pleased that we received these vouchers. We are now able to serve more people who have a great need for housing. They will give individuals with disabilities housing opportunities within stable communities.”
Coffee Cafes, located at the senior/disabled developments (Robert Dorrell Manor, Glendale Gardens, Vistula Manor, TenEyck Towers, Ashley Arms and Parqwood), allow residents to enjoy a cup of coffee and conversation.
Topics including health and wellness, current events and resident concerns are discussed. Starbuck® provides a monthly donation of various coffees to the cafés.
Well2Unity Bootcamp was sponsored by a grant from the Toledo Walleye Foundation. The Bootcamp was an 8-week fitness program focused on physical fitness and nutrition. Fabulously Fit conducted fitness instruction, while nutrition classes were conducted by Ohio State University Extension Program.
About Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority
Established in 1933, Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA) continues to provide affordable housing to adults, seniors and children in its Public Housing, Housing Choice Voucher, Mixed-Income and market rate housing units. LMHA also provides myriad programs and opportunities designed to improve the total quality of life for our residents, with the ultimate goal of achieving self-sufficiency. The programs and services are the result of successful collaborations with numerous community partners.
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