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Community Housing Sonoma County

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

Mission: Community housing for sonoma county creates homes for those in need. Originally formed to address rising homelessness within sonoma county. Chsc is known for helping social service agencies to become ready to own and operate the supportive properties chsc develops.

Programs: Community housing sonoma county (chsc) creates homes for those in need. For over twenty years, chsc has been a leader in the development of service enriched housing communities. Originally formed to address rising homelessness within sonoma county, chsc is known for helping social service agencies to become ready to own and operate the supportive housing properties chsc develops. Since 1994, chsc has helped to develop 285 units of affordable rental housing, with 168 set aside for supportive housing. We have helped to leverage over $65. 5 million in financing from local, state and federal sources. Chsc works collaboratively to indentify and respond to the changing needs of the community. Each project is unique, creating different types of rental housing environments, serving a variety of people with special needs using a wide array of financing tools. Chscs work impacts individual lives, families and community infrastructure, health and safety. In-progress projectsbenton veterans village, santa rosa: 6-unit new construction and rehabilitation of existing fore house for veterans. Occupancy scheduled for spring 2015. Robinson road transitional housing, sebastopo: 14-bed sober living home for adults exiting the criminal justice system and/or alcohol and drug treatement. Preference for veterans. Occupancy scheduled for summer 2016. West hearn phase two, santa rosa: 32 units permanent shared housing for veterans. Occupancy scheduled for 2018. Completed developmentshearn avenue veterans housing, santa rosa: 15-bed transitional housing for homeless veterans. Opened in january 2013. Henry house, santa rosa: 4 bedroom hud 811 shared housing for people with mental health challenges. Opened in april 2013. Mcminn avenue shared housing, santa rosa: 4-plex property with 2 bedrooms each as shared housing for people with mental health challenges. Opened in july 2013. Mill street supportive housing, guerneville: duplex property with 4 beds each providing shared housing for chronically homeless individuals with disabilities. Opened in february 2013. Consulting developer projectsappletree drive, santa rosa: 4 bedroom shared housing for people with developmental disabilities. Freedom lane, petaluma: 3 bedroom shared housing for people with mental health challenges. Kearny court, petaluma: 4 bedroom shared housing for people with mental health challenges. Lombard way, rohnert park: 3 bedroom shared housing for people with developmental disabilities. North house phases 1 & 2, cotati: 8-person transitional housing for people with mental health challenges. Quimby drive: 3 bedroom shared housing for people with developmental disabilities. Brown street, santa rosa: 15-bed licensed facility for women with serious mental illness. Partnerships with burbank housing development corporationfife creek commons, guerneville: 48-unit multifamily housing development, with 24 units set aside as special needs units serving people living with disabilities. Larkfield oaks, santa rosa: 54-unit affordable multifamily apartment community with 10 special needs set aside units. Stony point commons: 16-unit sro development for people with mental health challenges. Carrillo place, santa rosa: 68- unit affordable multifamily apartment community with 10 special needs set aside units. Vida nueva, rohnert park: 24-unit affordable apartment community for special needs families. Partnerships with hugh futrell corporationhumboldt apartments, santa rosa: 54 units of low-income multi-family housing. Opened in december 2013. North village duplexes, santa rosa: 14 duet homes for low-income families.

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