Supported Housing
(Dorothy Eck House and HOMEstead House)

Dorothy Eck House

The Dorothy Eck House, consisting of four one-bedroom apartments located on the GMHC campus, provides affordable permanent housing. GMHC owns and acts as landlord for these independent living options that were developed on behalf of adult clients in housing markets where housing options are expensive, inaccessible or of unsuitable quality. This model maximizes case management and community-based rehabilitation services as supports, thereby enabling clients to remain independent while intensively engaged with GMHC and community resources.

HOMEstead House

The HOMEstead House contains six one-bedroom apartments also located on the GMHC campus.  Much like the Dorothy Eck House, the HOMEstead House provides affordable housing for those who may not be able to find affordable or accessible housing otherwise. Occupants enjoy spacious living areas with views of the Bridger Mountain Range. Hopeful residents do not have to be clients at GMHC to qualify for an apartment, but are encouraged to utilize GMHC services if needed.

Both the Dorothy Eck House and the HOMEstead house are non-smoking residences that allow certain pets. Applications are always accepted; however, there may be a waiting list for those found eligible for housing. If you would like to apply for one of these apartments, the application can be found here.

Property Manager: Sunny Rae Yocom