Older Adult Housing

EAH Housing operates older adult properties in California and Hawaii, utilizing aging in place practices tailored to individual needs and choices.

EAH Housing Residents at Kukui Tower, HonoluluAffordable housing allows older adults to be independent and remain close to family and the community. EAH Housing offers a culturally sensitive system of social and healthy lifestyle activities tailored to the individual, empowering older adults with the opportunity for independence, integrity and dignity.

Below is an example of an EAH Housing property with on-site services. This property illustrates our experience and success in partnering with government and community providers to integrate on-site support into the lives of our residents.


Mackey Terrace, EAH Housing Senior CommunityIn 2004, Mackey Terrace, an older adult community with 50 apartments, was selected to host a pilot program, Healthy Housing. The program was created to respond to the needs of very low-income, frail or disabled elders, helping them regain and maintain their independence and quality of life. Marin Community Foundation and the County of Marin, in collaboration with the Division of Aging Chronic Care Initiative, Project Independence and the Division of Public Health provided funding for the development.

Healthy Housing aims to prevent hospitalization and increase the ability to age in place with affordable living. Student and public health nurses identify risk areas, address dietary issues and recommend exercise programs. In addition, there is a buddy system designed to match active older adults with those who are not as active, ensuring that all seniors stay in shape to the
best of their ability.

In relation to housing, local volunteers conduct careful interviews with residents, then serve as advocates and case managers. The volunteers also help arrange for community services, such as: home-health care, home-delivered meals, social and financial resources, public benefit programs and transportation.