TENANTS' DEVELOPMENTCORPORATION'SSenior FlomeownersServices ProgramThe Mission of TDC is to Preserve andMaintain Safe and Affordable Housingfor Low- to Moderate-Income Peopleof Diverse BackgroundsWe Achieve this Throughperty ManagementeConstruction. Rehabilitation. Delivery of services to TDC residentsand neighbors in Greater Boston. Community Activism and AdvocacyThe Senior Homeowners ServicesThe Senior Home Repair and Seniors Save Program, inpartnership with the City of Boston's Department of Neighborhood Development (DND), assists low-moderate-incomesenior homeowners to affordably manage minor and majorirs and home improvements that address an immediatethreat to health and safety and addresses some aging in placeissues for seniors.Minor & Major Repairs.Aging in Place Solutions. SafetyAffordable Housing Preservation. AdvocacyFor more information, contactMaria DePina at 857-362-0287

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TENANTS' DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION'S Senior Flomeowners Services Program The Mission of TDC is to Preserve and Maintain Safe and Affordable Housing for Low- to Moderate-Income People of Diverse Backgrounds We Achieve this Through perty Management eConstruction . Rehabilitation . Delivery of services to TDC residents and neighbors in Greater Boston . Community Activism and Advocacy The Senior Homeowners Services The Senior Home Repair and Seniors Save Program, in partnership with the City of Boston's Department of Neigh borhood Development (DND), assists low-moderate-income senior homeowners to affordably manage minor and major irs and home improvements that address an immediate threat to health and safety and addresses some aging in place issues for seniors. Minor & Major Repairs .Aging in Place Solutions . Safety Affordable Housing Preservation . Advocacy For more information, contact Maria DePina at 857-362-0287