Special Needs

Linda Drive – A six-unit building owned by Synod Community Services for tenants with special needs. These apartments provide both a safe haven and affordable housing for tenants with special needs in Monroe, Michigan.

The building was purchased in 1991 by Synod with the help of HUD funding (which ended in 2001). It was renovated into six one- and two- bedroom apartments. These units offer low income, permanent housing and are located in a residential area on the outskirts of a housing subdivision. The tenants are very low income individuals referred by the Monroe Community Mental Health Center. Tenants are not required to participate in treatment, programs or activities, but are required to abide by basic rules of citizenship and apartment living and to fulfill their responsibilities as tenants.