Resident Services

Bath Housing has a long history of assisting residents in obtaining the services they need to maintain independence, self-sufficiency, and well-being.  Our staff includes two Resident Service Coordinators (RSCs) who help residents of Bath Housing’s subsidized properties (Anchorage, Dikes Landing, Moorings, Seacliff and Seacliff Family) navigate their communities and connect with a variety of supports. 

Examples include:

  • community health programs
  • food resources
  • mental health treatment
  • transportation
  • parenting support
  • low cost Internet services
  • Reasonable Accommodation requests
  • benefits programs
  • bus passes (In 2020 and 2021, thanks to a grant from the Davenport Foundation, Bath Housing offers free bus passes.)

Resident Service Coordinators typically hold office hours onsite at Anchorage, Dikes Landing, Moorings and Seacliff. Residents can stop by with any questions or concerns or to explore resource options. 

The RSCs partner with community resources to offer onsite resident programs, such as Blood Pressure clinics, flu shot clinics, Scam Prevention programs or Cooking workshops.  Residents organize social events, which have included activities such as meals, Bingo games, coffee hours, coloring groups and karaoke sessions.  The RSCs create and distribute a monthly resident newsletter, the Scuttlebutt, and this is often an excellent source of information on news, resources and upcoming programs and events.