Housing Opportunities, Inc. and the Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake are partners in Grace Mary Manor, a project located at 19 West Gregson Avenue, (3050 South) in South Salt Lake City. Grace Mary Manor provides permanent supportive housing for 84 chronically homeless individuals with a disabling condition. Residents are offered a rich array of services, including 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on-site staffing.
Residents of Grace Mary Manor are very low-income, and rent is determined at 30 percent of their income. Grace Mary Manor has received much community support and many of the most accomplished service providers in the valley are partnering to assure participants are successful.
Grace Mary Manor helps to bridge the gap in affordable housing for formerly chronically homeless individuals in Salt Lake County. By providing housing, rental subsidies, and services, we help to ensure successful tenancy. In addition to being effective for the community, Grace Mary Manor prolongs and improves the quality of life for homeless men and women.
Our goal is to help tenants achieve stability by providing wrap-around services. Supportive services are provided by Housing Authority staff as well as partnership agreements with The Road Home and Volunteers of America. Services are designed to offer voluntary, flexible case management to residents aimed at maintaining their housing.
Grace Mary Manor has 50 Project Based Section 8 vouchers, 30 Project Based Shelter Plus Care vouchers, and 4 units without a rental subsidy. Individuals must be placed on the Grace Mary Manor waiting list at the Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake to obtain any voucher. To qualify for a Shelter Plus Care unit, individuals must be referred by one of our partner agencies; The Road Home, Volunteers of America, Valley Mental Health or Fourth Street Clinic.
Grace Mary Manor is part of the State’s Ten Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness and is supported by the state and the county. Ten Year Plan