Who "owns" the Jack Satter House Community?

HRCA Senior Housing, Inc. is a Massachusetts based non-profit corporation. It owns the Jack Satter House, a HUD subsidized senior supportive housing facility consisting of 266 units in Revere, Massachusetts. Hebrew SeniorLife is the managing agent for this property.

What is the eligibility criterion for a move to Jack Satter House?

The Jack Satter House provides housing for extremely low, very low, and low income elderly individuals and families through the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The local "Section 8" Income Limits apply to this property and applicants must meet specific income restrictions to be eligible for housing. Please refer to the application for current limits. Applicants and admission are limited to those applicants whose income meets the Section 8 income limits for this area.

Is there a minimum age requirement?

Jack Satter House is a community designed entirely for the elderly that requires the household head must be age 62 or older. In projects built to accommodate the elderly and mobility impaired such as ours, apartments may be restricted to households in which the head or spouse is age 62 or older. For more information reference the Jack Satter House Tenant Selection Plan.

How do I apply?

Applicants will be considered on a first-received, first-reviewed basis, based upon the date that the completed and signed application is received by the management of the Jack Satter House. Applications can be mailed, faxed, emailed or dropped off at the Jack Satter House.

How long is the wait list?

Any applicant who appears to qualify after Jack Satter House reviews the application, but before any information is formally verified, and for whom a unit is not currently available, will be placed on the Waiting List. The applicant is informed of the approximate wait for a unit and/or placement position on the waiting list.

Is participating in the Jack Satter House Meals Program required?

Participation in the Jack Satter House weeknight meals program is a mandatory condition of occupancy. The program provides residents with a full course kosher dinner each weekday evening. There is a $210 additional monthly charge for the program. The Jack Satter House operates a kosher “meat” kitchen, meaning that no dairy products are used in the preparation of meals and the kitchen is under rabbinical supervision. Traditional meals are served on Jewish holidays and Friday evenings for Sabbath. ?The menu offers a new variety of meal choices daily.

Is Jack Satter House a smoke-free community?

Yes, Jack Satter House is 100% smoke-free in all indoor areas, as well as apartments.