Main Street Housing, Inc. was recently awarded generous grant funding from the United Way of Frederick County toward their property development initiative underway in Frederick, MD.
MSH is developing two properties in the City of Frederick as quality, affordable, independent rental housing opportunities that will serve Fredrick County individuals and families living with psychiatric disabilities and extremely low income. The generous Live United grant ($1,125) from the United Way of Frederick County will help support planned rehab and improvement projects at both properties.
“This grant helps us make improvements to our new properties that ensure their long-term quality and affordability,” said MSH Executive Director Kenneth Wireman. “The individuals and families who become MSH tenants of these homes will pay rents that are truly affordable on disability income, while living in communities with access to the supports and opportunities you need to achieve greater independence and self-sufficiency.”