Autumn House Elderly
Apartments were built in 1974 as part of a joint effort between the
city and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. It was,
and still is, the intent of these two units of Government to develop
decent, safe and sanitary, housing for the Senior Citizens and disabled
residents of the City.
The Autumn House
Elderly Apartments are owned and operated by the Ferndale Housing Commission.
The Housing Commission has maintained a "High Performer" designation
from the U.S. Department of HUD since 1991. The Housing Commission manages
263 units if housing for the needy.
Than Just a Residence:
Meals on Wheels Delivery Available.
Scheduled Social Activities
Close to Shopping, Restaurants, and Churches.
Blood Pressure Screening from a Visiting Nurse
City Transportation Available.
Old Fashioned "Milk Man" Delivery Twice Weekly.
Monthy Resident Meetings
Much Will it Cost Me?
The cost of rent
at the Autumn House Elderly Apartments is different for every resident
that lives there. That's because your rent is customized to fit your
own personal budget. Each resident pays 30% of their "adjusted"
income as rent. "Adjust" income is the amount of income an
individual has after medical expenses have been deducted.
The Housing Commission will supply gas and water for each resident.
You will have a small electric bill each month; however, the Housing
Commission will deduct amount off your monthly rent to compensate for
ALSO, if your income
ever decreases so will the cost of your rent.