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Bringing supportive housing to Redwood City

Casa Esperanza

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PHASE
COMMUNITY OUTREACH

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LOCATION
REDWOOD CITY, CA

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Alta Housing is excited to bring a 51-unit 100% affordable housing community to Redwood City. 

In partnership with San Mateo County, Alta Housing plans on remodeling a former Comfort Inn motel to become permanently supportive housing for homeless and formerly homeless individuals in the area. As part of the development, Alta Housing and MHA will be providing case management, resident engagement, health and wellness programs, and job counseling to ensure that our residents lead vibrant lives in their new homes.

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What's happening next?

Alta Housing is kicking off the first phase of construction on Casa Esperanza in June 2022. This phase will include a remodel of current motel rooms into permanently affordable housing. 

Benefits for the community

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AFFORDABLE HOUSING

This development will add 51 units of high-quality housing in Redwood City for individuals and families with low incomes.

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Alta Housing and Mental Health Association of San Mateo (MHA) will be providing health and wellness programs to residents.

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SUPPORTIVE SERVICES

Mental Health Association of San Mateo (MHA) will provide case management, resident engagement and job counseling to ensure that our residents lead vibrant lives in their new homes.

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In Partnership with San Mateo County

Alta Housing is partnering with San Mateo County to renovate and operate Casa Esperanza. We are excited to work with San Mateo County to provide 51 new homes to homeless and formerly homeless individuals in the area through the state funded Homekey program. With San Mateo County, Alta Housing is committed to supporting our residents as they transition into their new homes

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