R.E. Management, Inc. (REMI) manages three (3) affordable apartment complexes in the city of Green Bay that serve low-income elderly (62+) and/or disabled households. Badger Terrace (BTA), located on the west side of Green Bay, has 120 one-bedroom apartments. Badger Terrace Apartments, built in 1981, was fully rehabbed in 2012. Trail Creek (TCA) and Woodland Park (WPA) Apartments, located on Green Bay’s east side, were built in 2011. Trail Creek has 65 one-bedroom and 5 two-bedroom apartments. Woodland Park has 76 one-bedroom and 4 two-bedroom apartments. In addition to submitting a REMI application (which can be found on our website: www.remanagementwi.com), applicants that are interested in either/both east side locations (TCA & WPA) must also be on Integrated Community Solutions’ (ICS) Project-Based Waitlist.
Options for Independent Living is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization committed to empowering people with disabilities to lead independent and productive lives in their community through advocacy, the provision of information, education, technology and related services. Rooted in the Independent Living Philosophy, Options offers various programs and services to assist people with disabilities and older adults maintain or increase their independence while achieving equal access and full-inclusion in their communities.
Our HOME Loan Program provides a deferred payment, no interest loan for the purpose of making accessibility modifications and repairs in owner-occupied homes. Loan recipients must be at 80% of the County Median Income or less.
Options Accessibility Assessment Program assists individuals with identifying accessibility modification recommendations in their residence. This program helps to promote independence and safety in order for people to remain living in their homes. Options staff will attempt to connect people with funding sources to help pay for this fee-for-service assessment.
Also, Options’ Independent Living Coordinator staff are available to provide landlord-tenant advocacy as well as assistance in advocacy related to other disability concerns. IL Coordinators can also provide independent living skills training, peer support, transition assistance for individuals moving from institutional settings to the community, as well as information and referral to other appropriate services and programs.
The ADRC is here through all of life’s triumphs and challenges. From maintaining a healthy lifestyle and opportunities to socialize or volunteer to dealing with recovery from surgery or illness, a chronic condition or just trying to meet the challenges of aging or disability. We are here to help you and the caregivers in your life. It is the first call to make for unbiased information and connection to a wide range of services and their costs, including; in-home care, chore services, caregiver respite, and home-delivered meals, transportation, assisted living, nursing homes, Medicare, Medicaid, and so many more programs. ADRCs provide eligibility determination and enrollment counseling for the state’s (publicly funded) managed long-term care services. ADRC advocates for consumers if they are denied services.