Affordable Housing


Since our founding in 1953, providing a healthy, fulfilling retirement to seniors of all income levels has been a central priority. That clear focus on affordable housing has not waivered over the years. Rather, our commitment has deepened and expanded.


If you are interested in a Wesley Woods community that offers affordable housing, and feel you might qualify, be assured we will do all we can to make the verification process as smooth and uncomplicated as possible.  We will be by your side – start to finish.


One: Contact the community – by phone, email, in writing or in person – to request an application packet.

Two: Once you receive and complete the application, return it to us. If you have questions about filling out the application and the information needed, designated staff will be available to provide answers. (Never hesitate to ask. That’s why we’re here.)

Three: Once we receive your completed application you will be placed on our waiting list.

Four: When your name reaches the top of the list, we will give you a list of items you need to gather prior to scheduling an interview appointment. Once all the necessary documents have been provided, we handle the details of processing the application to verify your qualification for HUD assistance. Be assured, we will do our best to make it as clear and simple as possible.

Five: Once we get an answer – hopefully a “yes” – we will happily welcome you into the Wesley Woods community.


Our communities are designed to provide housing to elderly families who meet the eligibility and screening requirements.  In order for a family/household to meet the “family type” eligibility requirements, the head-of-household, the co-head-of-household or a spouse must be 62 or older.

Wesley Woods does not discriminate on the basis of disability status in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its federally assisted programs and activities. The person named below has been designated to coordinate compliance with the nondiscrimination requirements contained in the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s regulations implementing Section 504 (24 CFR, part 8 dated June 2, 1988).

Lauri Ann Brooks | Vice President of Operations | 404.728.6210 | 1817 Clifton Road NE | Atlanta, Georgia 30329