Episcopal Diocesan Housing, Inc. (dba) Canterbury House initial occupancy occurred August 15, 1971 and is officially recognized as the oldest Section 202 elderly property in South Carolina. The Charleston, SC property contains 250 unassisted units and likewise, offers supportive health and social services necessary to assist elderly residents remain independent.
Canterbury House is unique in that it combines affordable housing with additional support systems to positively impact the quality of life of each resident.
Special services: award winning wellness program staffed by registered nurse, licensed social worker and volunteer physicians.
Programs providing case management and medial assessments for residents needing better coordination with their personal physicians.
Extensive preventive health education program.
Physical, occupational and speech therapy avai
Canterbury House is a
nonprofit senior living community located in the heart of historic
Charleston, South Carolina. The Canterbury House campus is comprised
of two buildings and available to anyone 62 or older who meets annual
income guidelines. Canterbury House West is a thirteen-story
high-rise with 204 apartments.
A single, annual income of not more than $ or a family annual income of not more than $39,600 is required. Income guidelines are set and subject to revision by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Canterbury East is a
four-story building with 46 apartments; five units are designed for
the physically disabled.
A single annual income cannot exceed $21,700 or a family income of $25,200. Income guidelines are set and subject to revision by HUD.
Elderly Housing Inc.
(HUD Section 8)
165 Market Streeet
Charleston, South Carolina 29401