NAYA Generations is an intergenerational, cooperative community designed to support families of foster children by promoting permanency, community and caring relationships, while offering a safe and meaningful purpose in the daily lives of older adults. As a community member, you can contribute to this collaborative community in a variety of ways – such as a homework helper, computer lab tutor, mentor, respite/child care, gardening or teaching a wide variety of subjects – cooking, arts & crafts, sports and more.
A unique feature of the 3 bedroom is the kitchen island.
The island allows for additional counterspace as well as storage.
All homes feature durable wood laminate flooring.
The homes also feature air conditioning and lots of natural light.
Lots of closet and storage space throughout.
The ADA unit has a roll in shower with a fold down seat.
Large bathrooms with shower & tub.
The 4 bedroom homes are townhome style.
1 bedroom on the lower level & 3 on the upper level.
Some units offer a storage hutch and convenient hooks above to hang your coats & bags.
All kitchens have a large pantry and a locking cabinet.
Some units feature convenient double sinks.
3 and 4 bedroom units offer a washer and dryer.
All homes offer a good balance between bedroom & communal space.
Larger units also feature a bike rack.
Thank you for your interest in NAYA Generations Apartments! Please carefully review the application information below.
Applications must be completed in their entirety and will be placed on the waiting list in chronological order. Incomplete applications risk being returned.
Preference will be given to households who have:
First- Seniors age 55 or older who have children residing with them.
Second- to either:
Households who have completed the Department of Human Services (DHS) Children Adults and Families Division Foster and Adoption Home Study process, including the training program for prospective intergenerational community members and/or
Households who have a foster child in their care through the DHS Child Welfare that is in permanent placement, or
Parents of children in foster care who are reuniting with their families.
Third- Seniors age 55 and older willing to volunteer within the NAYA Generations Community