In 1994, a team of Montgomery County parents set a goal: independent housing for their adult children in mental health recovery. They believed their children would grow happier and healthier when empowered to live safely on their own. Today, Housing Unlimited owns 90 homes, providing 247 individuals with housing — as well as the responsibilities it entails and the great privileges it brings. Rents are based on each tenant's income and are capped both to provide security and encourage employment. Residents remain free to make their own decisions about private support services. A Tenants' Council strengthens leadership and organizational skills and ensures that tenants have a voice in their day-to-day lives. The current waitlist for this effective program is six to twelve months: your contribution will help even more individuals in mental health recovery become proudly independent.