OUR CLIENTS & PARTNERS

  • Eden Housing

  • Abode Communites

  • Resources for Community Development

  • BRIDGE Housing

  • On Lok Senior Health Services

  • Santa Clara County Housing Authority California

  • California Department of Housing and Community Development

  • Los Angeles County Development Agency 

  • County of Santa Clara’s Office of Supportive Housing

  • Pacific Development Group

  • Oakland Housing Authority

  • East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation

  • Youth Uprising

  • Purpose Built Communities.  

  • California Housing Partnership Corporation

    • Mercy Housing

    • Michael Simmons Property Development

    • EAH Housing

    • Regional Housing Authority of Sutter and Nevada Counties

    • Community Housing Improvement Program 

    • Charities Housing

    • Christian Church Homes

    • Visionary Home Builders

    • PEP Housing

    • MidPen Housing

    • Burbank Housing Development Corporation

    • San Francisco Redevelopment Agency

  • City of Mountain View

  • Frederick Douglas Haynes Gardens

Resources for Community Development (RCD)


"Resources for Community Development creates and preserves affordable housing for people with the fewest options to building community and enrich lives." RCD began as a Berkeley based membership organization, focused on limited equity cooperatives, and has grown into a nonprofit developer that "now provides rental homes to 5,000 people in 24 cities in the region, one third of which are reserved for people with special needs." For more information about RCD, visit their website: https://rcdhousing.org





Resources for Community Development (RCD)


"Resources for Community Development creates and preserves affordable housing for people with the fewest options to building community and enrich lives." RCD began as a Berkeley based membership organization, focused on limited equity cooperatives, and has grown into a nonprofit developer that "now provides rental homes to 5,000 people in 24 cities in the region, one third of which are reserved for people with special needs." For more information about RCD, visit their website: https://rcdhousing.org





Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA)


SCCHA is a large Moving to Work housing authority which serves 17,000 households through the federal rental assistance program. "Since 1976, SCCHA has operated the federal rental assistance programs of the County of Santa Clara and the City of San José as one program." "In all their operations, SCCHA works toward being a model for the innovative use of federal funds in the Section 8 program and in leveraging funds and community partnerships to develop new affordable housing and to preserve existing affordable housing." For more information about SCCHA, visit their website at: https://www.scchousingauthority.org





California Department of Housing & Community Development (HCD)


The California Department of Housing and Community Development is the state housing agency. HCD's mission is to: "Promote safe, affordable homes and strong vibrant communities throughout California." "The California Department of Housing and Community Development awards loans and grants to public and private housing developers, nonprofit agencies, cities, counties, state and federal partners. This money supports the construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, and preservation of affordable rental and ownership homes, provides permanent supportive housing options as well as stable, safe shelter for those experiencing homelessness. HCD also develops housing policy, building codes, and regulates manufactured homes as well as mobilehome parks. " For more information about HCD, visit their website at: https://www.hcd.ca.gov





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California Department of Housing & Community Development (HCD)


The California Department of Housing and Community Development is the state housing agency. HCD's mission is to: "Promote safe, affordable homes and strong vibrant communities throughout California." "The California Department of Housing and Community Development awards loans and grants to public and private housing developers, nonprofit agencies, cities, counties, state and federal partners. This money supports the construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, and preservation of affordable rental and ownership homes, provides permanent supportive housing options as well as stable, safe shelter for those experiencing homelessness. HCD also develops housing policy, building codes, and regulates manufactured homes as well as mobilehome parks. " For more information about HCD, visit their website at: https://www.hcd.ca.gov