Ohio Living Breckenridge Village proudly serves individuals of all income levels. The Shafer/Schweitzer house apartments overlooking scenic Ridge Road provide government-subsidized housing.
Under the regulations of the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, rent subsidy is available for individuals with income of less than $36,300 per year, or a couple whose income does not exceed $41,500 annually. (2003 guidelines)
Annual income is determined by income from assets and basic gross income or imputed income (total net family assets multiplied by 2 percent) plus basic income. Monthly rent is generally 30 percent of total monthly income. For example, if an individual's monthly income is $500, the monthly rent would be $150.
Residents also are required to purchase evening meals at a fee of $244 per month per person.
Shafer/Schweitzer House features village services such as bus transportation, housekeeping, home health care and laundry facilities are available to Shafer/Schweitzer residents at a nominal fee. Other services are available at an additional charge. Residents enjoy the many social and recreational activities available throughout the campus.