In 1980 through the group’s collective perseverance, the first AHEPA Apartments of 117 units was constructed. Today, St. Louis has four apartment buildings, totaling 256 units. The success of this dream allowed these friends the foresight to understand the need for affordable housing for our growing senior population, and their actions, based on the humanitarian ideals of their Hellenic ancestors made it possible.

AHEPA National Housing Corporation (ANHC) was later created, and since its inception, AHEPA’s national housing initiative has blossomed into one of the largest providers of affordable senior housing in the country. Thanks to an ethos­ based experience, knowledge, and an organization with a strong focus on resident needs. In 1996, ANHC formed the Grants Program, which has donated over $5 million to local charities across the count1y. One of a few notable foundations over the years is The Chicago Lighthouse, which is a world renowned social service organization that serves the blind, visually impaired, disabled and veteran communities with comprehensive vision care support. Another foundation, the Penelope House in Mobile, Alabama, provides safety protection and support to domestic violence victims and their children through the provision shelter, advocacy, and individual and community education.

In 1991, the AHEPA Management Company (AMC), a nonprofit organization, was created to oversee and manage the growing portfolio of properties for ANHC. What started in 1980 by the St. Louis Chapter has now grown to 91low-income elderly housing communities in a portfolio with 4,776 units between 39 AHEPA Chapters and 5 Daughters of Penelope Chapters.

Fast forward to 2018, and we find that ANHC and AMC started a new assisted living venture for those seniors who need assistance with the activities of daily living. Hellenic Senior Living Communities offer a wide variety of services and amenities to help seniors live independently and offer the assistance they require. Some of the services offered include ongoing healthcare & nursing assessments, assistance with normal daily needs, medication reminders, daily meals, housekeeping and transportation. They also offer beauty and barber shop services, therapy rooms, programs and activities to help people live life with purpose and to enhance socialization. Currently, there are four Hellenic communities in Indiana, totaling 522 units.

AHEPA National Housing Corporation, together with AHEPA Management Company and the Hellenic Senior Living communities, is inspired by a Hellenic spirit, and will always be a role model in affordable housing for seniors.


Our Team

Steve Beck, President and CEO, and his experienced management team optimizes communities with innovations, leading to smoothly run operations and resident satisfaction. AHEPA Management Company balances the structural and grounds maintenance with resident supportive services. We provide property management and resident supportive services to property owners around the country that maximize operational efficiency and asset management of affordable senior communities.

Leadership Team:
Steve Beck, President/CEO
Doug Shuck, Vice President of Operations


Todd Jensen, Director of Development
Kim Gregory, Director of Human Resources
Lucy Herring-Parsons, Director of Compliance and Training
Kay Quatroche, Director of Service Coordination
Tammy Parsons, Executive Assistant