Kinship House is a nine-unit apartment building designated especially for kinship families (older adult relatives, usually grandparents, raising children) and older adult volunteers. It is part of Kinship Village, a planned community which promotes successful aging for all and offers a supportive environment for kinship caregivers. In addition to the apartments, Kinship Village includes several townhouses, which were doctors’ and officers’ quarters when the campus was a Marine hospital. A few apartments and townhomes are still available. Learn more about living on campus.
Kinship House is LEED Gold Level Certified.
See the Kinship Village Healthy Home Guide to learn more about Kinship House’s healthy home maintenance and operations, and maybe pick up some tips for your own home.
More about LEED:
Specific information pertaining to LEED for homes
General information on green home living
Information and tips for energy efficiency