Townhouses for Low Income Individuals. The Interfaith Housing Development Corporation of Bucks County developed a 20-unit townhouse development. Interfaith Housing Development Corporation of Bucks County is a partnership of 30 Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, and Quaker organizations created in 1987 to address the needs of the homeless and the lack of affordable housing within Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Their mission is to provide housing for sale or rent to low income families and the homeless, and to assist them in becoming self-sufficient.
Interfaith Housing created affordable housing by rehabilitating “blighted” homes or occasionally building new ones. These homes provided the right opportunity for low income and homeless families to secure permanent housing.