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Bay Area Housing Corporation

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  • EIN 55-0830072
  • (408) 438-7392
  • 101 Church St Ste 4 Los Gatos CA 95030 USA

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Homeless & Housing, Housing Development, Construction & Management

Mission: The primary purpose of this corporation is to provide and maintain housing opportunities for people with developmental disabilities and low income populations.

Programs: Property management - in 2007, bahc formed a limited liability company, casa milagro, llc, to own and manage 32 single-family residences developed under the bay area housing plan to house 128 persons with developmental disabilities in santa clara county. In 2010, bahc formed a second limited liability company, mas milagros, llc. Mas milagros owns 4 single family residences, which were granted, with the covenant to continue to provide housing for residents with developmental disabilities. In 2014, bahc expanded its mission to include providing housing maintenance and opportunities to the low income population, as well as those with development disabilities. In 2015, bahc continued to work with san andreas regional center (sarc) and has been awarded new contracts for housing services, including environmental accessibility projects and contracts to acquire and rehabilitate 3 homes with funding from the community placement program. In 2016, the organization was awarded contracts to acquire and rehabilitate 3 additional homes in santa clara county to serve individuals coming out of sonoma developmental center. In addition, bahc has expanded to offer services to golden gate regional center, and has been awarded contracts to develop 4 more homes in 2016-17 with funding from the community placement program. In 2017, the organization acquired 7 homes fulfilling the contracts outlined above. The department of developmental services provided bahc with acquisition and renovation funds in the form of grants and forgivable loans tied to restricted covenants. The organization's primary sources of revenue are rental income from the 44 homes and associated property management fees. A long-term lease agreement has been entered into with tenants (service providers) sponsored by sarc and paid with state appropriated funds. These funds are obligated under state law to provide services to persons with developmental disabilities. The organization also offers property management services for low income properties, and special projects such as construction management and providing consultation for creating and managing customized housing for persons with developmental disabilities.

project development - bahc is active in seeking new properties to add to its portfolio to expand its mission in providing special needs housing for those with developmental disabilities. Bahc is active in securing contracts to utilize its expertise in project development and management.

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