Learn About Low Income Senior Housing in Lebanon, PA

This blog post highlights where to get a very helpful, free list (in .pdf format) of the numerous low-income senior/family housing units in Lebanon County, PA.

Some of the very best sources of information for seniors seem to be tucked in the most obscure places.  I take it as part of our ‘job’ here at Assisted Living Directory to move this information “up front’ where our users can easily find it.

(Visit or return to our Lebanon assisted living page).

One such great example of information that I think is extremely important, and should be showcased – is in regards to Low Income Senior Housing in Lebanon, Pennsylvania.

I really happened on this site quite accidentally, but if you visit Lebanon County’s Area Agency on Aging, they have a number of excellent .pdf documents – free for the taking, that can be saved, printed or downloaded.

They offer a very comprehensive guide on the county’s Low-Income Senior Housing Units. Here’s a sample of the type of information  you’ll find.

Low Income Senior Housing example

Rents are often set at a percentage of total annual income, such as 30% of.   Or, other units may charge a flat-fee.   There may be individual income limits, or family limits as well.

Just scanning the list, I noticed that many of these units have a waiting list, so if you think it is something you’ll be considering, I would start making calls now.

The .pdf document also includes each property’s address, contact number, a website address, if available and also the property’s capacity.  Many of the properties are managed by Lebanon County Housing.

To get a copy of this very helpful document highlighting Lebanon County’s income-limited senior housing units please visit:


For additional information we encourage you to contact Lebanon’s Area Agency on Aging at:  (717) 273-9262

One thought on “Learn About Low Income Senior Housing in Lebanon, PA

  1. Julia Carlson

    My grandparents are looking into an apartment. They heard about a group of senior apartments from a friend, and they figured it would be a lot better than where they are living now. I wanted to make sure it is the best option for them so I’ve been researching it. So far it seems great.