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Articles tagged Permanent supportive housing

SANTA ANA: North Harbor Village

PRE-DEVELOPMENT: Learn about the proposed Permanent Supportive Housing for formerly homeless veterans and those with special needs in Santa Ana, CA. Unlike a shelter, this community will be permanent housing with onsite supportive and resident services.

STANTON: Homekey Roomkey Motel Conversions

PRE-DEVELOPMENT: Read about the proposed project overview and other community considerations for this motel conversion of the Tahiti Motel and the Stanton Inn & Suites into permanent housing with services for vulnerable individuals, seniors, and veterans in Stanton, CA.

HUNTINGTON BEACH: 18431 Beach Blvd

PRE-DEVELOPMENT: Learn about the proposed affordable housing development for low-income and formerly homeless seniors at 18431 Beach Blvd in Huntington Beach, CA. Unlike a shelter, this community will be permanent housing with onsite supportive and resident services.

MILPITAS: Hillview Court

PRE-DEVELOPMENT: Learn more about this proposed 132-unit hotel conversion to permanent supportive housing with onsite services for formerly homeless residents with special needs in Milpitas, CA.

SACRAMENTO: River District Landing

CONSTRUCTION: Read a proposed project overview and other community considerations for this new 272-unit hotel conversion of Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham into affordable housing along the River District in Sacramento, CA.

ANAHEIM: Buena Esperanza

CONSTRUCTION: Slated for completion in spring 2021, construction of Buena Esperanza is now underway. Learn more about this new 69-unit affordable housing development in Anaheim for veterans, individuals living with a mental illness, and the formerly homeless. Read about the property, community considerations and outreach meeting notes. Check back to get the latest information.

What is Permanent Supportive Housing?

Who lives there? How is it different from a homeless shelter? Find out answers to these frequently asked questions and more about Permanent Supportive Housing.

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