The CAC of Fayette County operates a 17 unit SRO facility, Fayette Inn. Fayette Inn provides permanent supportive housing for homeless individuals.
Fayette Landing also has a separate location, with 18 units of housing for single, homeless individuals. These units are prioritized for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. To be chronically homeless, an individual must have a disability and have resided in a place not made for human habitation or emergency shelter for a cumulative of 12 months over the past three years.
- Rental Assistance
- Housing Stability Planning
Eligibility: Individuals must be homeless per the Department of Housing and Urban Development and under 35% AMI.
Definition of Homelessness: person living in emergency shelter, hotel/motel paid for an agency or organization, and/or place not meant for human habitation.
Examples of places not meant for human habitation: woods, car, abandoned building, tent, chicken coop, park, etc.
For more information contact Melinda Hellard at 740-463-2829 or stop in at 2825 US RT 22 SW, Washington Court House, OH 43160