The Anchorage, built in 1972, encompassing forty (40) one-bedroom units for senior citizens and disabled persons.
Captain Bearse Congregate House, opened in 1988, with nineteen (19) studio units for the elderly who require supportive living services.
Family on Site Housing, completed in 1988, which includes eight (8) three-bedroom and two (2) two-bedroom townhouses.
Barrier-Free Housing, Also part of the Family on Site program is one(1) three-bedroom barrier free unit and one (1) two-bedroom barrier free unit for the disabled.
Group Home for the Disabled/Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. - consists of a residence for six (6) disabled adults. The program was developed and is administered by the Department of Mental Health and operated under contract by the Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. For more information about the Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. please visit their website at http://www.fellowshiphr.org/
Massachusetts Rental Voucher Program, begun in 1991, is a program for a limited number of low income families to remain in scattered-site, privately-owned rental housing throughout the community. The family contributes what the Commonwealth determines to be a fair share of allowable rent with a voucher subsidy paid directly to the landlord to make up the difference.
Applications are available on line for several of these programs at www.mass.gov/dhcd
Housing Information – Harwich Housing Authority
Family Units – Scattered Sites; Total number of units is 12; be advised the waiting list for these units has been closed effective February 15, 2008.
Group Home for the Disabled/Fellowship Health Resources Inc.: For information about the Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. please visit their website at www.fellowshiphr.org