Move in by 9/30 for $1,000 off 1st month's rent
then UP TO $350 per month for remainder of 2023
*on select 2, 3, and 4 BD homes*
Open to General Public, DoD, Retirees, and Active Duty
July 31st, 2019
Hunt Military Communities, the military housing division of Hunt Companies Inc., is proud to announce the launch of its newly created, Hunt HEART Program. This new initiative is designed to support residents and military members who live in a Hunt Military Community, with a focus on deployed spouses, military members who just returned from deployment, new residents, and those experiencing a family crisis. The HEART Program, which stands for Hunt Embraces: Activities, Resources & Training, provides services and educational training in the areas of navigating military life, how to access base resources, and activities for children and families.
"This program focuses on the unique needs military members and their families face day-in and day-out," stated Karen Plesh, Hunt Military Communities Vice-President. "Being able to support our families and help them during what are some of their most challenging times is another way we can truly show our commitment to 5-Star Service."
Some examples of services residents can receive include:
The Hunt HEART Program extends all services to returning deployed military members for an additional 30 days, giving families time to acclimate and adjust to the return of their recently returned military member.
A newly created "Community Advisory Board", comprised of resident volunteers, works in conjunction with the Hunt Heart program and acts as a liaison to Hunt management to understand the challenges our residents may be facing on a personal level and helps to provide assistance. Often families may be experiencing illness or a family crisis that may be helped with local support. The Hunt Heart program looks to offer assistance and be a part of the community's efforts to support families in need.
About Hunt Military Communities
Hunt's Military Communities division is a 50-year partnership created between the Department of Defense and Hunt through the Military Housing Privatization Act. As part of the partnership, Hunt owns approximately 52,000 units spread across more than 40 military installations on Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Army installations and is the largest privatized military housing developer in the nation. For more information, visit www.huntmilitarycommunities.com.