ABOUT BRADENTON VILLAGE...
Bradenton Village now stands where the Rogers Garden Apartments housing complex once was home in the Singletary neighborhood of Bradenton, Florida. After several attempts to secure public funding to revitalize the property, the Bradenton Housing Authority secured a $21 million HOPE VI grant in 1999 with the help of the development firm that specializes in affordable, resident-driven housing communities, Telesis Corporation.
From 2003 to 2010 the Robert Gardens Apartments was transformed into Bradenton Village, a vibrant mixed-income community with a total of 388 apartments for rent and 100 for homeownership. The $87 million renovation was designed in the style of Caribbean, Mediterranean, and North Carolina homes. The new neighborhood layout was planned around a village green and community center, which encouraged the re-establishment of the close neighborly interactions it had before. Its porches and balconies enable residents to talk across, watch over, and enjoy the view of the beautified streets.
LOCAL COVID-19 RESOURCES
STAY INFORMED. STAY CONNECTED. STAY HEALTHY.
Sharing your experience can help us locate resources, especially where they are most needed.
COVID-19 has challenged all of us. Our resident’s health and safety are vital for ensuring we all thrive during these tough times. Neighborhood Partners is conducting an online survey to learn how families are coping through the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click the link to begin this survey or call your Resident Coordinator, they can fill it out over the phone.
Contact your Resident Services Team.
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*TIP: Bradenton Village is a tight-knit community. Don't forget to call your neighbors, ask questions, and share resources and information from official sources. We're all in it together!
STAY CONNECTED, STAY INFORMED
Stay connected. Follow your housing community, city, state, and federal on their official websites and social media.
Manatee County Covid-19 Updates & Resources
Florida Covid-19 Response
FL COVID-19 Call Center is available 24/7
Phone: (866) 779-6121
SCHOOLS & DISTANCE LEARNING
*TIP: First, contact the school the student is enrolled in.
For information on students’ individual needs and academics, find all available supports in one place.
(941) 708 - 8770
MEALS & GROCERIES
Local services and support for families and individuals.
Meals on Wheels Plus Manatee
Secure food locally. They also have a listing of all the food banks and pantries, including smaller sources for food in the neighborhood.
(941) 746 - 7040
Contact Resident Services for emergency food if needed.
HEALTH & SAFETY
Resources for health and mental health during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Manatee County Rural Health Services. Local health center for individuals with lower incomes.
(941) 776 - 4000
Manatee County Health Services
Local health center serving the low income
(941) 748 - 1372
Centerstone is the largest mental and behavioral health provider in Manatee County. They will have the latest on our current situation as it relates to treatment, counseling, and referrals to appropriate mental health supports in the area.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT, JOB LOSS & EMPLOYMENT
United Way 211
Local rental and utility assistance.
Will have the latest on employment and state / federal programs
(941) 358 - 4200
For the latest information and resources about national and state benefits including SNAP, WIC, CHIP, Unemployment Benefits, Taxes, and Healthcare.