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The Apartments of Owl Creek are 14 independent living apartments located on the On With Life campus in Ankeny. Each apartment offers safe, affordable, and accessible independent housing for persons who have experienced a traumatic or acquired brain injury or other neurological disorder or physical disability.
Amenities include a common room for social gatherings, free internet, laundry facilities and a large courtyard. The Apartments of OWL Creek also offers paid utilities and HUD subsidized rent for qualified tenants. The unique architectural design provides single story units located in a quiet setting.
The Apartments of OWL Creek is for low income persons living with a brain injury and is a cooperative effort of On With Life and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. We are an Equal Housing Opportunity program and comply with The Fair Housing Act. Individuals meeting admission criteria are considered regardless of race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation or national origin.
Inquiries for the Apartments of OWL Creek/Independent Living can be made by anyone with a need, including a physician, discharge planner, social worker, case manager, attorney, the patient themselves or a patient's family member. Please call us at 515-289-9677 or use our online Refer to Us Form and select "The Apartments of Owl Creek/Independent Living" as the program option. Once we receive your information, our clinical office assistant will be in contact to gather information and discuss next steps.
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