Welcome to Innovative Housing Development Corporation

Innovative Housing Development is a corporation committed to providing a variety of quality service and supports to individuals with special needs. We continue to expand our efforts in providing affordable housing to a variety of individuals including handicapped, elderly and limited income persons.

Quality service and support to individuals with special needs.

Innovative Housing Development Corporation, a non-profit housing corporation, began its operations in 1980 managing St. Clair County’s first home for mentally ill adults. We currently manage eleven homes for mentally ill and developmentally disabled adults. All homes are located in St. Clair County. As an organization we have a strong belief in self-determination and self-sufficiency, as a result of this belief we have created and currently manage over 150 independent living apartment units. These sites are for seniors (55+), developmentally disabled and mentally ill individuals. In managing these programs we maintain a positive, ongoing relationship with various community agencies including St. Clair County Community Mental Health and Blue Water Area Transit.

Housing Options

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Subsidized Housing
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Senior Housing
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Homefront Nonprofit Housing Corporation

Homefront Nonprofit Housing Corporation is currently accepting applications for low-income group home units for two group home locations in Port Huron.

Applicants must be diagnosed with either a chronic mental illness or developmental disability. For more information or an application please contact:

Innovative Housing Development Corporation
3051 Commerce Drive, Suite 5
Fort Gratiot, MI 48059
810-385-4463 | Fax: 810-385-8875

Join Our Team

Innovative Housing Development Corporation has a highly qualified and experienced level of staff. All staff undergo a background check which includes FBI fingerprinting and driving records. All staff are trained under the guidelines of Community Mental Health. Staff are trained in CPR/First aide, recipient rights, transportation and person centered planning. Additional training is provided specific to diagnosis.

Employee Resources

Visit our Employee Resource Center for access to online training modules, employee calendar, and administrative forms.

Employee Calendar