News Archive

October 21, 2009

SLAP Lottery Held

MHPI, Inc. is proud to announce that on Wednesday, October 21, 2009 it conducted the lottery for the initial “rent-up” for Senior Living at Prouty, located in Spencer, Massachusetts. MHPI President Sheldon Bycoff was delighted to announce that all applicants that submitted completed applications before the October 15th postmark date have been randomly assigned a unit. [read more...]

August 25, 2009

Senior Living on Bellingham Hill Wall Gets a Makeover from Community Youth

On August 25, Senior Living on Bellingham Hill welcomed its newest and most permanent resident, a mural located at the back of its property. The mural, done by teens from Arts Build Community (ABC) in collaboration with the Chelsea Neighborhood Developers and the Summer Youth Employment of the Chelsea Collaborative, features bright colors and large figures, outlining historical and important parts of both the surrounding neighborhood and the housing complex for Senior Living. [read more...]

June 2, 2009

Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein meets with Residents at Senior Living on Bellingham Hill

Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein of the 16th Suffolk District met with the residents and staff of Senior Living on Bellingham Hill this morning, June 2, 2009. During the hour long meeting, the Representative had an opportunity to get to know the residents, share thoughts with them concerning the state of the Commonwealth and talk about the ongoing economic crisis and how it affects elder care issues. [read more...]

March 5, 2009

“Senior Living at Prouty” Addresses Spencer’s Aging Population

Construction continues on the former David Prouty Intermediate School in Spencer, Massachusetts. Set to open in late fall of this year, the 36-unit “Senior Living at Prouty” will help address the town of Spencer’s need for senior living. [read more...]

February 12, 2009

Sheldon D. Bycoff named to Long-Term Care Advisory Committee

Sheldon D. Bycoff, President and Founder of MHPI, Inc. has been named to a Long-Term Care Financing Advisory Committee created by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The committee is designed to identify strategic options for the future financing of care for elders and individuals with disabilities. [read more...]



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